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This is my second Chinese animation 3D feature after "Throne of Elves". Both of them show a necessity for some Western or Japanese experts to guide the animators especially when it comes to action sequences and fast movements. At those moments the animation is just not believable anymore. In "Throne of Elves" it was catastrophic. Fast movements were stuttering to an extend that it ruined the whole scene. In this movie; though the action sequences were improved and I didn't experienced the same stuttering as in Throne of Elves, the action was so bland and uninspired which also resulted in reduced believability. Maybe it's the lack of proper story-boarding as found in Hollywood counterparts.
As to the plot; there is nothing special to wonder about. Characters are underdeveloped. The love story has no excuse to exist. There are some good intentions and morals delivered throughout the story related to friendship, teamwork and modesty which I hope may be able to resonate with children. They didn't work for me however. Other than that, there may be some good laughs scattered here and there but also not so frequent.
I wouldn't say that you would regret the family time spent at this movie but there are a lot better ways and movies to spend one and a half hours with.
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