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Very poorly paced film and many plot holes even in the director's cut.
I'm a great fan of Tsui Hark. His movies are stylish ripping yarns. A mystical Chinese Seven Samurai.
Its all right for what it was. Could have used some more editing to take off about 30 mins more
another winner from tsui
seven swords is a brilliant film the bad thing is its subtitled which is not kl
I don't like his way of directing. I don't like the script. I don't like the plot. Everything seems terribly hectic and overtly dramatic. It was very much difficult to differentiate between two village girls that were a bit of a main cast. The martial art choreographer definitely was far from awesomeness.
have brought this film twice now 1 on DVD and 1 on itunes
This was an epic movie with flourishes of originality. Absolute mesmerising weaponary and fighting, like a chinese lord of the rings kind of! :P
Excellent, nuff said.
ok if you don't like blood, gore and watching body parts being hacked off..you won't handle this film...you will also need to either read English subtitles or have your DvD set to translate to English...this is a Japanese film. It is a wonderful film of Seven Warriors who want to stop armies from killing the villagers who choose to practice the martial arts. You have to really be into this kind of film.