This movie is in Mandarin and has closed caption if you turn it on. As of June 2017, this movie title showed a different movie on Amazon than the one prior to June 2017 (which you will find reviews for a different movie). So, here is a review of the revised version. The revised version is one of three part series, so locate the Brave Archer 2 and 3. I think they made a mistake with the title as there is no archer in this movie. As for this first movie, the story is about two sworn brothers who each has a wife and child. The children were born at around the same time. A Taoist monk who is a family friend names the two kids and offers them each a sword. The mothers exchanges to swords, so that they have the names of the other kid. However, the two sworn brothers were attacked by a prince's army. One wife and her child is saved by seven kung-fu masters while the other wife and child is taken by the prince. The kid who is raised by the seven masters has a moral compass and seems to be a good guy who attracts more kung-fu masters along the way. The other kid raised by the prince is going around being playful and lies to his mother, and just doesn't seem to concern himself with morals. One of the fathers was killed in the attack while the other father raised an adopted daughter. Somehow one day, the three kids meet and the father is taken back to the prince's home as a prisoner and finds his ex-wife there. In the end, the two brothers go their separate ways without knowing there fathers' past. The kid with the moral compass becomes attracted to a girl of a great kung-fu master, and must pass an exam to marry the girl. Be aware this movie doesn't have too many fight scenes, but has a decent story that continues to part 2 and 3.
This movie on Amazon was a different movie prior to June 2017:
Villain Has a Son Who is Adopted by Good Parents Who Wants Him to Be Good, But the Son Strays:
Good story about a young man who is the son of a major villain. His father was killed by another villain, but he mistakenly believes that his adopted/god parents are the ones who killed his father after hearing this from that villain even though this villain is the actual killer of his father. The parents who adopted him are actually the good people and their goal was to make sure that this kid grows up to be good knowing that his father turned out to be a bad guy even though he grew up along side with his god father at a monastery. The problem with this film is the ending is very abrupt as if there is a part II to this film. We don't know what happens to this son after the god father takes him to the same monastery that his father learned his kung-fu. The fight scenes were well choreographed and story is good, but the ending needed work.