Flying swords of dragon gate

Flying swords of dragon gate

DVD - 2011 | Chinese
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A new gang has taken over the Dragon Inn three years after it was left in ruins, using it as their base for uncovering a nearby treasure. But secrets lie within its walls, as a pregnant palace concubine and a swordswoman take refuge from a determined royal eunuch tracking their every move. As an explosive mix of warriors, fugitives, and assassins converge in the desert for a deadly showdown, only one man can protect the women--the mysterious Zhao.
Publisher: Universal City, CA : distributed by Vivendi Entertainment, ©2011.
Edition: Widescreen edition.
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (122 min.) :,sound, colour ;,12 cm


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Mar 10, 2019

An enjoyable light movie with big name actors, special effects and your typical myth storyline.

Mar 02, 2014

Horrible and unwatchable!

Vilka Sep 27, 2013

More of a special effects than martial arts extravaganza. Multiple simultaneous storylines: a Robin Hood figure fighting corrupt officials, a runaway pregnant concubine being hunted by the jealous head concubine's henchmen, a treasure-hunt, plus the obligatory long-lost-love story. Not bad if you're after a sensory experience but don't much care about character development.

Braxxarb Mar 26, 2013

Not bad.

Feb 07, 2013

OK, the plot is unnecessarily complex and the sword fights are way over the top - imagine two guys fighting 'inside' a tornado? However, if you accept this as an action 'fantasy' film there are elements in the film that are worth watching. Visually it is pretty good - the constume, the desert setting. Some fighting sequences are well staged too. So despite many drawbacks it is an enjoyable film, if you don't take it too seriously.

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