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Neil Cooke over 2 years ago
Beautiful & absorbing.
Innes Maas 5 years ago
Very epic and beautifully filmed
Zach Sly over 5 years ago
Stunning and beautiful in every sense. Truly an epic with the scope to prove it.
Michael Cole over 5 years ago
Visually stimulating, decent story with plenty of twists
Robyn Hamilton almost 6 years ago
Just too silly for me.
Alexandra Sundarsingh almost 6 years ago
Everyone occasionally needs an epic adventure like this one.
Daniel Jones over 6 years ago
One of the most beautiful films I have ever seen.
Rebecca Bateman over 6 years ago
Artistic
James Roth over 6 years ago
An action film with soul. Beautiful cinematography, and just plain epic in every sense!
Daniel Kirsch almost 7 years ago
Schöne Farben. Und 23 mal dieselbe langweilige Geschichte.
Lucas Silva-Myles almost 7 years ago
Beautiful & simple.
John Barton almost 7 years ago
I watched this without subtitles so I have NO IDEA what happened in it. But it was rad.
Liam Price 10 months ago
Daniel Rouco 11 months ago
Zichao Yang over 1 year ago
Damian Haener over 1 year ago
Iulia M over 1 year ago
Annalisa Schettino over 1 year ago
Shana Beale almost 2 years ago
Hero is a 2002 wuxia film directed by Zhang Yimou. Starring Jet Li as the nameless protagonist, the film is based on the story of Jing Ke's assassination attempt on the King of Qin in 227 BC. Hero was first released in China on October 24, 2002. At that time, it was the most expensive project and the highest-grossing motion picture in Chinese film history. Miramax Films owned the American market distribution rights, but delayed the release of the film for nearly two years. It was finally presented by Quentin Tarantino to American theaters on August 27, 2004. In ancient China during the Warring States Period, a nameless prefect of a small jurisdiction arrives at the Qin state's capital city to meet the king of Qin, who has survived an attempt on his life by the assassins Long Sky, Flying Snow, and Broken Sword, and therefore forbidden visitors closer than 100 paces to his throne. 'Nameless' claims that he had slain the three assassins and he displays their weapons before the king, who...
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