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"Mojin: The Lost Legend" barrels forth with enough robust action and technical moxie to make audiences overlook its formulaic plotting and rote characterizations.
Come for the murky action, and stay for the shudder-inducing feeling of nostalgia for Mao's Cultural Revolution. It's a very odd movie, indeed.
"Mojin" wastes some fine actors ... on predictable, one-dimensional characters, and once the tomb is entered, the underground sets become all but interchangeable. What starts eerie becomes strictly cartoonish.
This Chinese blockbuster heavily recycles elements from every Western adventure movie under the sun to create a cheap imitation of superior products ...
Think of this as Tomb Raider, Chinese style.
The tone can be uneven at times and the plot gets a little too busy, but Mojin does deliver some escapist fun.
A tomb-raiding adventure film that entertains sporadically with supernatural elements, but bores you to sleep whenever anyone starts talking.
Mojin: The Lost Legend is this promising yet unfulfilling fusion of Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Operation Condor, and Pirates of the Caribbean. Visually underwhelming and preposterous for all of the worst reasons.
Wuershan's style has an energy and exuberance that pulls together all the disparate elements.
Grab a big bag of popcorn and a soda and sink yourself into this rambling but skillfully done and surprisingly deep Chinese action romp.
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