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Produced by Jackie Chan, this action-packed war epic of the real-life story of the Yang family s women generals stars Cecilia Chung as Mu Guiying, the celebrated woman warrior and Yang family daughter-in-law, as well as veteran wuxia actress Cheng Pei Pei as the 100-year-old Yang matriarch. '90s action sweetheart She Taijun, Yukari Oshima and Taiwanese actor/singer Richie Ren also star in this epic and legendary martial arts spectacular.
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A Genre Breakthrough --Movie-Exclusive.com
An entertaining throwback to the Shaw Brothers in their glory days --flash-bang-movie-reviews.com
Top Customer Reviews
This film focused less on the story and gave the original movie what it lacked,which was the action.About 70% of the movie is out in the field and Frankie Chan gives you your money's worth.The female soldiers have never looked so smooth handling swords, spears,wearing armor.No Donnie Yen,Jet Li,Wu Jing,Tony Jaa.That's okay they weren't needed in this one.
Most of the women are pretty and there is good action. If you watch the behind the scenes one can see many of the actresses get injured while filming and the fact they filmed in the desert during winter is amazing they didn't freeze to death. The crew are wearing down clothing while the actors only get their period clothing.
Based upon the above I give it a three out of five stars and I would buy it again for the $10.00 price I paid for it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Horrible! Bad action choreography. Terrible theme song! Wire work for the martial arts scenes are a joke!Published 1 month ago by Alan
Excellent movie. Great fighting scenes. I really enjoyed this movie.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Terrific movie. Loved the themes of loyalty, family and devotion.Published 9 months ago by Tammy Evrard
Worse film ever. So disappointed with Jackie chan. Jackie used to be a quality guarantee. With all the star power, this could be a great film. Read morePublished 10 months ago by James Chan