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Fantasy adventure about the arrival of Buddhism in China. When the Goddess of Happiness tosses the Longevity Monk and his disciples out of heaven (because the Monkey King tried to attain immortality), the Monkey King is reincarnated as the Joker. He now spends his time chasing two jealous women. When one of them is dying, the Joker goes back in time in an attempt to save her.Written by
Not sure if Odyssey is the right word, but then again which word would describe the movie better? It actually starts quite out there and gets even weirder later on. So if you are confused at the beginning, it will not get "better". Then again if you are into silly comedies combining Martial Arts and violence, then you are at the right place.
Some may have issues with that of course, laughing one second being shocked by blood and carnage in the next. Not to mention a plot and characters in abundance. Even if I tried to explain everything what was going on here ... and I'm not into spoilers - I wouldn't really be able to. Complex would be a nice way to put it. But what you think of the comedy and if it works for you, is something I can't decide for you. Monsters, Kings, Humans and love stories for the ages ... and an open ending that does not only suggest a sequel, but points to it ...
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