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The Great Wall is a movie starring Matt Damon, Tian Jing, and Willem Dafoe. In ancient China, a group of European mercenaries encounters a secret army that maintains and defends the Great Wall of China against a horde of monstrous...

Action, Adventure, Thriller, Fantasy
Yimou Zhang
Tian Jing, Willem Dafoe, Andy Lau, Matt Damon

All Systems Operational

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Genres Action, Adventure, Thriller, Fantasy
Director Yimou Zhang
Writer Edward Zwick, Tony Gilroy, Doug Miro, Max Brooks, Carlo Bernard, Marshall Herskovitz
Stars Tian Jing, Willem Dafoe, Andy Lau, Matt Damon
Country Hong Kong, USA, Australia, China, Canada
Also Known As Veliki kineski zid, Didžioji siena, Kineski zid, La grande muraille, Ha'khoma ha'gdola, La Grande Muraille, Veľký čínsky múr, Çin Seddi, La gran muralla, Tử Chiến Tường Thành, Το Σινικό τείχος, 長城, Velká čínská zeď, Suur Hiina müür, A Nagy Fal, The great wall, A Grande Muralha, Lielais Ķīnas mūris, Wielki Mur, Kitajski zid, グレートウォール, Marele Zid
Runtime 1 h 43 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Two days ride north of the Great Wall, sometime during the Song Dynasty, William Garin and Pero Tovar--survivors of a small mercenary group searching for gunpowder--narrowly escape an attack by a team of nomadic bandits. Without delay, the two friends seek refuge inside a seemingly safe cave; however, the following day will find them in shackles, standing before Commander Lin Mei and Strategist Wang who prepare for an all-out monster invasion within the following hours. Sooner or later, William and Pero will get caught in the middle of a war against a surprisingly intelligent Beast-Queen and her invincible army--a final confrontation for freedom and the fate of the entire human race. Can Commander Lin Mei and William stop the assault before it's too late?

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Thursday, 02 Jul 2020 21:16

The Great Wall, set in China, is the story of two brothers, the central character is portrayed by the Welsh actor Richard Armitage. Their mother, played by the American actress Kelly Macdonald, is pregnant and needs to deliver a baby. The two brothers are known for being loud and rowdy, but they are equally passionate about art and music, and when the baby is born they leave to a more promising career in the western world. But their parents don't think so, and so they must journey to the west to complete their mother's task. Along the way they encounter trouble, with the villainous Duke of Wu wanting to destroy the Great Wall, and the brothers having to go into hiding. The story is well written and well shot, and the film is visually impressive, but this isn't what I was expecting, in fact I wasn't expecting anything. The Great Wall is a film that can be seen as a musical, with the stories of two brothers, and their mother, intertwined with the music of a classical Chinese opera. The music is very powerful, but I am not sure if it was originally intended as music, and it has been taken to extremes. The music is the perfect compliment to the film, with it being a mix of traditional Chinese melodies and Western pop. The films the cinematography is stunning, with some stunning landscapes, and some beautiful cinematography. The Great Wall is a beautiful film, that has many different styles, but if you are looking for an entertaining movie, I think you will like this film, but if you are looking for a film to grow with your children, I think you will be disappointed. I was not expecting it to be as good as it was, and the only complaint I have with this film is that it isn't perfect, but I would give it a 9/10.
Thursday, 11 Jun 2020 10:53

In the Middle Ages, a group of powerful warlords formed a cartel, and used it to invade China and eventually take over all of Asia. Since they couldn't afford to pay off all the warlords, they decided to make a show of invading Europe. In order to create the illusion of a wall, they cast a web of deception around it, and then proceeded to slowly encroach upon its borders. The drama of the film, based on the classic novel by James Lee Burke, has been re-edited to avoid the repeated "horror" of the Chinese army's advance. The film instead focuses on the brothers and their attempts to survive their foreign adventure. The brothers are brothers, in the sense that they grew up together, and their relationship is very much like that of brothers. They are different, in the sense that they are never quite alike. They share the same dreams and aspirations, and their different personalities are reflected in their relationships with one another. At first glance, the brothers' relationship seems more a matter of how much they know each other. They may be children of the same woman, but they are young enough to have separate personalities. However, as the brothers grow older, their differences begin to become more apparent, and more powerful. The film follows the brothers through their travels and the consequences of their actions. They may have lived in their own world, but when confronted with another world, they become less aware of the things they once knew. When facing their first encounter with an enemy, they still have an instinct to defend themselves, but their new knowledge of the world gives them the means to use that instinct to their advantage. The brothers may be in awe of the culture they live in, but the film makes the point that their fear of another world gives them the means to overcome their fear of death. In their new world, they do not know the danger they may face, and so they cannot fight back. The film's director, Ron Howard, was able to maintain the sense of suspense that was present in the novel. It is not so much the action that is moving, but the tension of the brothers' predicament. In order to tell the story, the film often pauses for long periods of time to allow for the brothers' actions to have their effect. One can't help but feel a sense of foreboding during these periods, and the film does a very good job of holding the viewer's attention. The brothers' quest to conquer the world does not provide any clear ending, but the film provides enough story to provide a sufficient conclusion. The movie's most powerful scene, however, comes during the brothers' final confrontation with the Chinese army. Their goal has been accomplished, but the story does not end there. Instead of surrendering to their enemies, they begin to mock their enemy's triumph. The brothers' actions are what ultimately define their character. While the brothers may have lived in a world where the rules did not apply, they are still human. They are human, just like any other human being. There is nothing heroic

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