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2.8 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews

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In the mythical land of Huadu, Charcoal Head, a humble boy born to rule an empire must undertake his journey to claim his throne. It is an epic action adventure combining romance, fantasy, comedy and cutting edge Hong Kong style martial artistry.

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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  • Actors: Jackie Chan, Donnie Yen, Bingbing Fan, Edison Chen, Jaycee Chan
  • Directors: Patrick Leung, Corey Yuen
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: Chinese
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Well Go USA Inc
  • DVD Release Date: March 6, 2012
  • Run Time: 106 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B006P0FIGA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #62,496 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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This is a movie that is having an identity crisis and just can't decide what it wants to be....a movie about Amazonian women, silly romantic teenagers, martial arts or some kind of weird fantasy. They threw everything in this but the kitchen sink and it shows, what a mess. I could barely watch it until the end. The plot is silly and the acting definitely sub par. The only good part in it was the fight scene between Jackie Chan and Donnie Yen but it's not worth watching just for that. I hope that having Daniel Wu play a eunuch in this strange movie will not cloud my love for his acting ability and sex appeal in every other movie I see him in from now on...that was just WRONG. What were you thinking accepting this role Daniel? Just an all around waste of a movie. Save your time and money and watch something else.
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By Gmanl1 on April 3, 2012
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I never write reviews, but its my duty to warn everyone. Don't make the same mistake, this movie is goofy and stupid.jackie n donnie used to sell this trash, they r in movie about 5 minutes.I don't see how anyone can give this more than two stars.You've been warned
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OMG this movie was horrible!!! I bought it based on the two great reviews and because I was a Donnie Yen fan. The plot was stupid and the characters were worst. I gladly gave away the movie. Don't waste your money, this is not an action flick.
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Within the first 10 minutes, I heard unfunny comedy, and I saw men that looked like proud doofuses and idiots, lots of bad acting, and then really atrocious special effects (especially with fighting and flying around).

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....
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Well Go USA Entertainment has been releasing exciting and entertaining Chinese dramas that I always enjoy, not only because of their great stories, but also due to their marvelous production qualities and historical significance. So, it was quite a surprise to watch "Blade of Kings," a delightful film in the realm of fantasy or fiction, which is quite a fascinating departure of everything else that I have seen from Well Go USA.

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.
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I still have the original Hong Kong all region, 2 disc special edition of this film originally titled "The Twins Effect II". I never thought it would see the light of day in the United States. The film came out in 2004. It is not a sequel at all to the action packed "The Twins Effect"; which was butchered when it was released here as "The Vampire Effect". They (not Well Go USA by the way) changed the opening, changed the music, and cut a lot of the film out; ridiculous. Hopefully, Well Go USA leaves this film intact and doesn't butcher it. The Hong Kong dvd looks great upconverted to 1080p so I expect the blu-ray to look incredible. There is a nice fight scene with Donnie Yen fighting Jackie Chan in a temple. The gorgeous Twins are always fun to watch. They have some decent fighting scenes too. Daniel Wu is in the film as well. This is a day one purchase for me. If you enjoy quirky, fun and exciting Hong Kong action films with big Hong Kong stars then definitely purchase this blu-ray. Jackie Chan's son Jaycee Chan is in this film before his tremendous work in the film "Invisible Target" with Nicholas Tse, Wu Jing and Shawn Yue. Jaycee does a good job in this film too. I still watch this film today and will enjoy the blu-ray as well. Thank you Well Go USA. Maybe they will pick up "Twins Mission" next starring Sammo Hung, Twins, Wah Yuen and Wu Jing.
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