The story tells the story of Sun Wukong (Eddie Peng) and Erlang Shen (Shawn Yue), who come to the Immortal Mountain to cultivate their skills. They gain friendship, experience love and ...
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The story tells the story of Sun Wukong (Eddie Peng) and Erlang Shen (Shawn Yue), who come to the Immortal Mountain to cultivate their skills. They gain friendship, experience love and ultimately betrayal, growing throughout their life journey.Written by
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This is the kind you watch and don't want to see the end
We all know Chinese movies with martial arts improved a lot. You have to like this kind of movies with a lot fantasy, but I really enjoyed watching Wu Kong.
The mix between martial arts, special effects and some great "emotional" scenes: i definitely rate this one very high.
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