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The Storm Riders (Fung wan: Hung ba tin ha) (2000)

The Storm Riders (Fung wan: Hung ba tin ha) (2000)





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Cinematographer Andrew Lau directed this Hong Kong martial arts fantasy from a Manfred Wong screenplay. Wong based his script on a Chau Ting screenplay adapted from the long-running manga by Ma Wing-shing. Martial arts ruler Lord Conqueror (Sonny Chiba) adopts two youngsters as disciples, and a decade later, the two -- Wind (Ekin Cheng) and Cloud (Aaron Kwok) -- are rivals for the affections of the Lord Conqueror's daughter Charity (Kristy Yang). When they duel, Charity is accidentally killed, and Cloud loses an arm. Muse (Shu Qi) takes care of Cloud, and her father gives Cloud his own arm for future fights. Wind seeks some magical stones, needed to help him in his duel with the Sword Saint (Anthony Wong). Filming began May 1997 in China's Sichuan province with CGI effects added by Hong Kong's post-production house Centro, co-producers of the film. This manga has been serialized since 1989, but only the first third has been adapted here.
PG-13 (for intense martial arts violence and a scene of sensuality)
Action & Adventure , Art House & International , Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Aaron Kwok
as Striding Cloud
Ekin Cheng
as Whispering Wind
Sonny Chiba
as Conquer
Kristy Yang
as Charity
Michael Tse
as Frost
Qi Shu
as Muse
Anthony Wong
as Sword Saint
Roy Cheung
as Shaolin Monk
Lai Yiu-hung
as Mud Buddha
Alex Fong Chung-sun
as Wind's Father
Rongguang Yu
as Cloud's Father
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This is a pretty wild film and at times it just stalls and goes no where, early asian special effects throughout. The fierce clan leader Lord Conquer determines to defeat the land?s most skilled fighter Sword Saint. The Mud Buddha prophesies that the fight will not take place for ten years. Lord Conquer sets about obtaining the ten swords of great power. According to the prophecy, adopts the sons Cloud and Wind of two of the slain sword-holders and raises them as his heirs. Cloud falls in love with Conquer?s daughter Charity but when Conquer announces her betrothal to Wind, Cloud steals her away. And when she is accidentally killed by Conquer as Cloud and Wind fight over her, Cloud swears vengeance on his adopted father. Its a long one. I can only give it 3 stars

Bruce Bruce
Bruce Bruce

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Bad, the type of movies that killed the HK industry in the late 90s. And now they're making a sequel, damn. This is in many ways the bastard child of many of those shaw bros wuxia/fantasy combos. As dated as some of those movies are, you could always count on seeing someone liek Ti Lung or Lo Lieh bring something to the whole thing. Aaron Kwok and Ekin Cheng on the other hand? Just pretty boys with zero charisma or any acting skill whatsoever.

Tsubaki Sanjuro
Tsubaki Sanjuro

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YEAH!!!! Way better than Dragonball Evolution!!! ^_^

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