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Well Go USA brings us a film written and produced by Tsui Hark, and directed by Yuen Woo Ping. A group of misfit fighters with supernatural abilities battles an ancient evil bent on destroying mankind. They are the only ones who can protect us. Yuen Woo (Wo) Ping is best known for being the action director/choreographer of such films as Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, The Matrix trilogy, and Tarantino's Kill Bill. This Wuxia film, a genre of Chinese fiction brimming with martial arts action and spellbinding visuals, was released December 15.
I refuse to believe that a movie direct by Woo-Ping Yuen and written by Hark Tsui a two legendary of a filmmaker can comes up with a hot mess like The Thousand Faces of Dunjia.I really want to enjoyed this movie just like I did with "The Four Heavenly Kings" the latest installment of the Detective Dee franchise that pretty much what this movie dream to be:"A dumb fantasy movie that heavy with CGI while weak in the plot and characters but never boring".There not a single decent fight scene in this movie although it direct by the man who gives us classic kung-fu flick like:The Drunken Master and Iron Monkey so there another reason for to avoid The Thousand Faces of Dunjia like the plague as it should be
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