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Aqua Web over 1 year ago
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Franco Metz over 6 years ago
this movie is so well made even the story is good. Wow!!!!
elliott williams over 6 years ago
one of the best
Don Lathrop 19 days ago
Daniel Santos 2 years ago
seakun 3 years ago
Pieter Peach almost 4 years ago
Nile Calhoun over 5 years ago
James Reid over 6 years ago
Jonathan Turner over 6 years ago
Dushan Hanuska over 6 years ago
Swordsmen or Wu Xia is a 2011 martial arts film directed by Peter Chan and stars Donnie Yen and Takeshi Kaneshiro. Yen also served as the film's action director. It premiered on 13 May 2011 at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival in the Midnight Screenings category. Donnie Yen and Peter Chan presided over the lighting of a billboard for Wu Xia that broke the Guinness Book of World Records for its size, 3591 square meters, previously held by a poster for a Michael Jackson album. Justin Chang of Variety describes the film as "a satisfyingly sinewy fusion of martial-arts actioner and brain-tickling noir from busy producer-director Peter Ho-sun Chan. Channeling David Cronenberg's A History of Violence by way of 1917 China, this clever if over-amped thriller tackles themes of identity, honor and the latent killer instinct with a playful spirit that's never at odds with its underlying seriousness." Maggie Lee of The Hollywood Reporter describes it as "an exhilarating martial arts entertainment...
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