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Flash Gordon English style (and less money).
The usual quality we can expect from a Derek Yee effort. Great cast.
Beginning is a bit confused but things improve with time. The final part in the castle is pretty good.
A great conclusion to the best Hammer franchise.
A few nice landscapes but the movie is very talky and too predictable for its own good.
Good epic film with a great production value and direction. And yet, John Woo could have probably done something better a few years back...
A small scale Wu Xia. The motives of the bad guy and the manipulations between the characters make it watchable but all the rest (cast, choreography, rhythm) is quite sub par.
It had potentiel but it's really too much American Disney like to my taste.
Interesting but not really pleasant to watch.
A classic which desserve its status despite being slightly too long.
A bit the same feeling than in a Chambara like Shogun's Shadow. Well made and with a good rhythm. Recommended.
Prefer the original over this annoying remake.
A very slow pace but the visual is magnificent and the themes very intriguing. Not far from being a masterpiece.
A strange mix between space opera and campy parody. All in all, a pretty fun vehicle.
Nausicae + Spriggan + Akira = Origin. Not bad visually but too predictable.
Bud Spencer + Terence Hill + Sergio Corbucci = Win