Blade of Kings Bluray/DVD Combo
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24th Hong Kong Film Awards
Nomination - Best New Artist (Jaycee Chan)
Nomination - Best Costume Design and Make-up (Lei Bik-Kwan)
Nomination - Best Action Design (Corey Yuen Kwai)
Nomination - Best Visual Effects (Wong Won-Tak, Wong Won-Hin, Yu Kwok-Leung)
English Subtitle & English Dub
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Yeah, I've seen some bad low budget asian films, but this film looked like that it mighta had a decent budget, but just had bad story writers, bad directors, and a terrible special effects crew. Nothing really improved after watching about another 25 minutes so I had to remove this vomit-inducing, brain-hemorrhaging, eyesore of a film before I just get mad and accidentally break something.
I'd rather watch "Glee."
NOT! Just kidding....
The movie opens with "In the ancient land of the Amazons near China... where men where sold as slaves, with rings and bells around their necks. They were insultingly called `Dumbbells'." And right we go to this colorful town ruled by Amazons, in which men are treated like money, and where a powerful evil empress (Yin Qu) is in charge. It is around this time, and in a confusing way, that we learn that Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon Rebels stole a powerful stone plaque that keeps the evil queen in power. We then learn that "if the stone plaque falls into the hands of the Star of Rex, and he solves the riddle and finds the Excalibur, there will be trouble." The Star of Rex, who we don't know at this point, is the "only person left on the family tree from the previous dynasty," before the evil queen took power. The evil queen sends the 13th Young Master or The Enforcer (Charlene Choi) to rescue the plaque before it falls in the hands of the Star of Rex. As destiny has it, she has to team up with Blue Bird (Gillian Chung), a slave trader, as well as two acrobats from a travelling show, Blockhead (Bo-lin Chen) and Charcoal Head (Jaycee Chan), in order that they can find the Star of Rex. Trouble is, one of the two men - Charcoal Head or Blockhead - is the Star of Rex.Read more ›
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Jaycee Chan, Jackie Chan, and Donnie Yen star in this Kung Fu movie. I liked thestory a lot and the pace keeps you interested.Published on December 19, 2012 by Kindle Customer
This is another well made product in the kung fu genre. Chinese filmmakers have improved their product and this is a good example. Read morePublished on July 9, 2012 by Salvatore Moscarda
To start with I LOVE Chinese/Korean/Japanese/Thai cinema. I have more than 300 titles and I made the BIG mistake of buying Blade of Kings. Read morePublished on June 28, 2012 by Archangel
This movie was so ridiculous, the story, costume design, sets, special effects, I couldn't finish it, and I ended up paying close to twenty dollars for it. Read morePublished on June 8, 2012 by eleepc