In 1969 PRChina, two men survive a supernatural tomb. They later become tomb raiders with Shirley/Shu Qi. 20 years later in NYC, one is hired to find that tomb again and the 2 friends follow later.

Director:

Wuershan

Writers:

Chia-Lu Chang (screenplay) (as Chia-lu Chang), Muye Zhang (novel)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Kun Chen ... Hu Bayi
Angelababy ... Ding Sitian
Shu Qi ... Shirley Yang
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Keith Collea ... Bar Owner
Alex Eckstorm Alex Eckstorm ... Police Officer A
Marianna German Marianna German ... Pedestrian C
Sandra Gumuzzio ... Street Performer
Bo Huang ... Wang Kaixuan
Xi Huang Xi Huang ... Translator (as Joe Wong)
Lorie Kellogg Lorie Kellogg ... Pedestrian A
Jonathan Kos-Read Jonathan Kos-Read ... Mark
Omar Krystion Omar Krystion ... Breakdancer C
Kevin Lee Kevin Lee ... Body Guard
Ivan Leon Ivan Leon ... Breakdancer A
Xiaoqing Liu ... Madam Ying
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Storyline

In 1988, the three Mojin(tomb raider), Hu Bayi, Wang Kaixuan, and Shirley Yang, retires and relocates to New York. While Bayi and Shirley have become romantically involved and Kaixuan feels that the great Mojin deserve more than the financial despair they've faced in the States, the trio are pulled back into a grave-robbing game in Inner Mongolia, China, to explore the reason behind the death of Ding Sitian, who was Bayi and Kaixuan's first love died back in 1969. Written by Tellingya

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This film marked the second time Shu Qi and Huang Bo worked together. See more »

Quotes

Hu Bayi: No matter how dangerous, I'm going to get you out.
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A terrible mess
3 December 2019 | by dircpittSee all my reviews

An attempt to imitate Indiana Jones unfortunately failed. Also in this case (as in Jiu ceng yao ta), the cues are many but instead of enriching the plot they end up complicating the development. On the other hand in some moments the thread of the narration is lost, everything becomes possible but without any connection or logic, the flashbacks sometimes seem put a little at random, more for narrative needs than for concrete reasons of development. It's a pity because it is a product that for the West really introduces so many new narrative inventions and possible paths never crossed but it all translates into a terrible mess.


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Country:

China

Language:

Mandarin | Hindi | English

Release Date:

18 December 2015 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Mojin: The Lost Legend See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$37,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$279,974, 20 December 2015

Gross USA:

$1,243,810

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$259,368,448
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Sound Mix:

Auro 11.1 | Dolby Atmos

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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