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Chin gei bin 2: Fa tou tai kam (2004)

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In the mythical land of Huadu, Charcoal Head, a humble boy born to rule an empire must undertake his journey to claim his throne. It is an epic action adventure combining romance, fantasy, comedy and cutting edge Hong Kong style martial artistry.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
... 13th Master
... Blue Bird
Ying Qu ... Empress Ya Ge
... Charcoal Head
... Blockhead
... Master Blackwood
... Peachy
Yueyun Liang ... Slave buyer
... General Lone
... Lord of Armour Wei Cheng
Mou Kit ... Slave
... Red Vulture
... High Priest Wei Liao
Sam Yu-Sum Chan ... Slave
Xie Jing-Jing ... Marshall Edo Bowman
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A cruel empress, a place where men are subservient to women. The empress' reign is disturbed by a prophecy saying a boy will rise to become king, and restore the male regime. Char, a humble boy, is born to be emperor. He and his adopted brother, Leaf, perform in a traveling show run by their adopted father, Blackwood. Thanks to their friend, Lao, the pair receive a stone with a map engraved on it. They set out on a quest for the treasure that the map is supposed to reveal. Two lovely yet lethal female warriors, Blue and Spring, join the boys on their journey. The youngsters encounter various challenges before they meet General Lone, a master swordsman who seeks to overthrow the empire. To do so he must first duel the Lord Of Armour. Written by darylc@tpg.com.au

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Twins effect 2 [Hong Kong]

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12 August 2004 (Hong Kong)  »

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Blade of Kings  »

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$1,001,044 (Hong Kong), 13 August 2004, Limited Release
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This film marks the acting debut of Jaycee Chan, 'Jackie Chan''s son. See more »

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Follows Vampire Effect (2003) See more »

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Love Invincible
Performed by TWINS
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Only fight scene worth seeing
10 April 2007 | by See all my reviews

I'm a pure martial arts movie (and Donnie Yen) fan and certainly have to admit I too, long anticipated the fight between Donnie and Jackie (since Shanghai Noon sequel Shanghai Knights). As my heading goes, that is the only reason i bought the DVD to collect. Jackie's opening appearance was kinda makes you say "What the xxxx…??!" However, once again under Donnie's coaching, Twins did an excellent performance in their martial arts action sequences (and they surely grew prettier as well), while Jaychee looked real wimpy in the movie that seriously made me wanna swear and yell "did somebody mentioned that this kid is Jackie's son?" Real disappointment for a debut. Perhaps that's supposed to be deliberate cos he wanted to prove to the world that he does not wish to follow his father's footsteps as an action star? Another character worth mentioning is Chan Pak Lum in his role as Blockhead, appeared funny and entertaining.


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