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Yun nan chong gu is a movie starring Hang Cai, Xuan Gu, and Heng Yu. Following in the footsteps of blockbuster MOJIN: THE LOST LEGEND and based on the bestselling novel series, MOJIN: THE WORM VALLEY once again finds legendary tomb...

Genres
Fantasy, Adventure, Action
Director
Xing Fei
Starring
Heng Yu, Xuan Gu, Hang Cai, Taishen Cheng

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Product details

Genres Fantasy, Adventure, Action
Director Xing Fei
Stars Heng Yu, Xuan Gu, Hang Cai, Taishen Cheng
Country China
Also Known As トレジャー・オブ・ムージン 天空城の秘宝, I cacciatori di tesori - L'isola maledetta, Mojin: The Worm Valley
Runtime 1 h 50 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 Following in the footsteps of blockbuster MOJIN: THE LOST LEGEND and based on the bestselling novel series, MOJIN: THE WORM VALLEY once again finds legendary tomb explorer Hu Bayi on a dangerous mission as he seeks out the Tomb of Emperor Xian, located on an island of monstrous creatures in this mystical action-adventure.

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Friday, 26 Jun 2020 02:18

The first impression I had was that this film was going to be a kind of Neeyung, the Forbidden Kingdom meets King of Thorns meets Lord of the Rings meets Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull meets Knights of the Round Table. The first scene showed Hong Kong in a very pretty way, and I was expecting the romance of the three film to be similar. However, this is not the case. I had a great time watching this film. There is nothing in the film that is not likable, and I enjoyed every moment of it. I also liked that it was much more romantic than the others, in that it didn't follow the series of Neeyung. I was very impressed by this film, and I would recommend this film to anyone who likes fairy tale/fantasy films, or just anybody who likes great action films. There is a scene in this film where they put a girl in a box in front of a wall. You have to keep track of the color, and sometimes, it was difficult to keep track of it. It's funny, because the guy who filmed that scene was kind of an old-fashioned American movie maker, and he is probably better than a lot of American movie makers. His Chinese dialect is wonderful, and he keeps it together. I also liked that the English subtitles were very well done. I didn't know what to expect from the movie, but I had high expectations. I loved every second of this film. I think this film is very very different from the others. It's a love story, but it's also a different kind of love story. It doesn't follow the Japanese/Chinese girl can't understand English version of the film. There are a few scenes in this film that I had to double-check with my partner. The plot is so original, and it's so well done, it's a really good movie. I would definitely recommend this movie, and I would definitely recommend everyone else to see this film. This film is very different, and it is a really good film. I loved every second of it.
Thursday, 25 Jun 2020 00:47

Wow. How can a film so deliriously nonsensical, yet so gorgeously filmed, be so deeply rewarding? For the duration of the movie, I was saying to myself "I can't wait until this becomes a permanent feature on my DVD player". It is truly a visual feast. Some might argue that this is nothing but cheap gimmicks. They'd be right, however. The entire film has a low-budget, almost-pseudo-futuristic feel. The camera seems to be out of focus and in some cases, shots are inconsistent with each other. The movie seems like it's been carefully cut, rather than shot on a regular day. The entire film takes place in a warehouse. There are certain rooms that have long dark corridors with many spots of light to try and give it a real "noir" look. There are hidden room with well-hidden clues to the mysteries of the plot. The final scenes are just as alluring as the first, except now, they are completely unexpected and totally deliriously entertaining. There are no happy endings in this movie, however. We never learn the purpose of the plot, and no one is shown to be happy. This is certainly a film that has a definite artistic theme to it, and I am certain that a lot of viewers would agree. This film would be great for a first date, but it would be a gross, and possibly inappropriate, idea for a night in bed with someone. I highly recommend this film for those who like action-thrillers with great action sequences, but without being so bizarre that it becomes a noir-look. If you can get over the low-budget, generic-look of this film, it is a movie you won't soon forget.
Wednesday, 03 Jun 2020 14:33

The first time I watched this film, I was not prepared for the experience that I was about to endure. The martial arts techniques and fighting scenes in this movie are absolutely unmatched and are just plain great. If you are into martial arts, you will definitely enjoy this film. This movie is also very entertaining. The movie takes place in the year 2003, which is quite appropriate because it is the year when Hong Kong culture is at its best. This film has many references to other films in the "Black Belt/Karate Kid" series, so the movies can be watched as a whole. There are several fighting scenes that are just as intense as the ones in the other films. Although some people may feel the acting in the movie is lacking, this is not the case because the acting is just outstanding. It may seem like I'm talking about the acting, but in truth, the acting is just amazing. The performances in the movie are just amazing. There is not one bad actor in the movie. The only actors that I am bothered by is Justin Chon who seems to be the only person who isn't doing his job. The only problem is that this movie is not for everyone. There are some people that do not like martial arts or would like it more if it was less choreographed. I can understand why, because martial arts movies can be quite demanding to watch. The fights in this movie are so intense and have such a visceral feeling to them. I can't describe how much I enjoyed this movie, but it is definitely a masterpiece. This is my favorite martial arts movie of all time.
Thursday, 28 May 2020 07:23

A total war is about to commence between the other kingdoms of China and the men of the Wuhan Star Empire. The women of the nation are left to their own devices and have no way to prevent their country from being invaded by the empire. The two biggest threats to the country are the Shanghian brothers and the vicious swordsman Zuo Jing and his four legged weapon of destruction. The only force that can stop Zuo is a single swordswoman named Xuan, whose eyes have the power to see into the past. As the army of the other kingdoms arrive in the area, they discover that the two are in fact sisters and must work together to defeat the brother and sister. The story is a classic battle of good vs evil. It starts out with a fairly good action sequence as the warrior, Zuo Jing, goes on a rampage against the people of the kingdom of Tianchong. He picks up his brother from prison and takes him to the kingdom of Zhen to help him in his quest for the sword. Meanwhile, the Shanghian and Wuhan soldiers, led by the villain, Zuo Jing, are trying to kill the women of the country and they have been left alone and powerless to stop him. I actually have a bit of history in the state that I am, so I was not as confused by the story as some of the other reviewers. Also, when the government and the people of the kingdom of Tianchong get angry at the execution of one of the brothers, they set out to kill Zuo Jing, who was the person who was responsible for the death of the brother. This is done through several scenes of sword fights, with the Shanghian brothers using a myriad of weapons, including the very deadly and highly destructive swordsman. It's a very good movie. I thought the plot was great, the action scenes were great, the acting was good, and the action was top notch. A total war film! It is a must see.


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