Wushu Warrior Reviews
July 27, 2010
It sure took a looooong time to finally put this children to adult story of young folks being trained and posted into Wushu Martial arts competition...as this is going on a corrupt exiled former student is abducting children from the streets of China, and poaching them into slavery. It was okay to watch...depending on your love for martial arts stories...
October 15, 2013
Never give an oriental person a cigar as they have no idea how to act with one. Photography is scenic with the added beauty of the sets and costumes. The script is tight and gives credence to the story. Music is lovely adding a quaint oriental charm that resounds around the action. The film is formulated so is aimed at Children. Nibbles: Boiled rice and vegetables.
March 15, 2012
The movie was a little under okay. The movie goes too fast, there are tons of great moments with potential, but the movie won't let us breathe in the moment, instead they jump to another scene, where they could include maybe a flashback ,or a pause, etc. The movie is a little embarrassing to watch, as the four heroes are too overdone and are melodramatic. The plot line is too predictable and the effects are too overdone and unnecessary.
September 16, 2011
Another Messiah complex movie. Apparently all cultures of the world great and small need constant saving from tyranny and injustice by the Benevolent intervention of a Caucasian man.