Following in the footsteps of blockbuster MOJIN: THE LOST LEGEND and based on the bestselling novel series, MOJIN: THE WORM VALLEY once again finds legendary tomb explorer Hu Bayi on a ...
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Following in the footsteps of blockbuster MOJIN: THE LOST LEGEND and based on the bestselling novel series, MOJIN: THE WORM VALLEY once again finds legendary tomb explorer Hu Bayi on a dangerous mission as he seeks out the Tomb of Emperor Xian, located on an island of monstrous creatures in this mystical action-adventure.Written by
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Mojin: The Worm Valley is great for those viewing audiences whom loved Hollywood 's 80s Raiders of the Lost Ark to 1990s Jurassic Park/ Tomb Raider films. Yes, there is a lot of CGI effects, but it's to be expected with this genre and quality of entertainment.
This film is a follow-up sequel to the successful 2015 Mojin: The Lost Legend. Yes, this follow-up doesn't top the first film, but it still delivers a great adventure. This film like the first one is based on Zhang Muye's best-selling book series, Ghost Blows Out the Light.
Its director Fei Xing uses CGI action sequences with inventive creatures that reveled Ray Harryhausen's Jason and Agronauts films. The CGI works rather well, with a good musical score.
The cast includes Xai Heng as Hu Bayi, Gu Xuan as Shirley Yang and Cheng Taishen as Professor Sun as they chased to Tomb of Emperor Xian. It was probably better to see this film in 3D and to view the first Mojin film prior to seeing this follow-up.
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