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Durante el reinado de la dinastía Yuen, algunas sectas se enfrentan por la posesión de las dos espadas de oro que contienen el secreto para dominar el mundo de las artes marciales.


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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Twisted over the top insanity! A very entertaining film. 25 de mayo de 2002
Por Un cliente - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This flick has got to be one of the most bizzare entries in the kung fu genre if not THE most bizzare ever! The story goes off in twenty different directions until you're wondering who's fighting who and why. Jet Li looks a lot like an elf and this movie really reminds me of a fantasy role playing game. Super powers and crazy fight sequences that are more off the wall that anything you've ever seen. I guarantee it! An assortment of really hot fighting chicks and innovative choreography make this one of my all time favorites. Be warned however, if the idea of Jet Li flying through the air and shooting massive blue fireballs at an army of foes below seems too extreme for you to handle trust me, it is. For everyone else, rejoice in one of the greatest wirework masterpieces of all time!
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Never slows down 26 de enero de 2007
Por E. A Solinas - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
Of all the movies I've heard, "Lord of Wutang" is undoubtedly the one... with the fastest pace.

Really. This movie never even pauses for breath, hurtling from one plot development to the next, and barely allowing the viewer to catch up. But if you can keep up with the rapid-fire pace, it's a rewardingly bizarre and comic adventure story with a fantastical little twist.

As a child, Mo-Kei (Jet Li) was hit with the deadly Jinx Palm, just before the terrible deaths of his parents. Mo-Kei grows up under the tutelage of a great master, but the Jinx Palm leaves him unable to fight or have sex -- until he and the sprightly marial artist Siu Chiu (Chingmy Yau) fall off a cliff.

There, Mo-Kei encounters a wacky old hermit embedded in a boulder, who teaches him the great "Solar Stance" kung-fu and cures him of the Jinx Palm. Now Mo-Kei can seek revenge for his parents' deaths, but he and Siu Chiu find themselves in the middle of a massive power struggle between the martial-arts schools, Shaolin monks, and the Evil Sect (which doesn't seem that evil).

"Lord of WuTang" is really kind of confusing -- revenge vendettas spring out of nowhere, battles start without warning, and the plot is so fast-moving that the whole thing seems to be about a day and a half's worth of action -- as soon as one subplot ends, another instantly starts. And yet, somehow despite all this craziness, it's still pretty entertaining.

Perhaps that's because this isn't intended to be a serious revenge epic. It has lots of verbal and physical comedy ("Get my head off of my a**!") and bizarre characters who are thrown in just to be bizarre, like the Red Cross sex freaks and the old hermit who rolls around inside a boulder.

But they don't neglect the kung-fu aspect, with lots of energy blasting, flying shields, and a great fast-paced duel between Li and a roaring Shaolin monk. It strikes a pretty good balance between the fantastical violence (flying killer shields?) and the realistic stuff that looks pretty bloody.

It's hard to keep the dozens of characters straight, especially since some of the girls are almost identical in dress and body language. But Li is appealing as the naive, peace-loving guy, and Yau is just as fun as his sprightly, spunky love interest. She even gets the kung-fu equivalent of a catfight.

"Lord of Wutang" is almost too fast paced to follow, but it still has a bizarre charm. Definitely worth watching.... so long as you don't leave the room.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Fantasy Kung-Fu Parody 9 de enero de 2002
Por Mark Savary - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
This disc is not the best in the world, but it was interesting. Obviously transferred from a video source, the disc is extras-free and not brimming over with quality processing. The overall appearance is rather muddy, and the subtitles are both duplicated in English and Chinese, and very hard to read most of the time. No chapter access, either.
On the other hand, the DVD is Widescreen, so I give credit for that. Also, this is a very different style of kung-fu film. I refer to it as a parody because that's what it reminded me of more than anything else; a parody of fantasy martial arts films. Characters not only fly and leap like superheroes, they can also blast opponents with energy bolts, lightning, magical swords, and fantasy kung-fu strikes.
The story is a bit hard to follow. Basically, bad guys looking for a magic sword cause the death of Jet Li's parents, and attack their child with with a slow-killing strike. The result is that Jet Li cannot learn kung-fu -- if he tries, he'll die! Eventually, he is cured and becomes the Master of all kung-fu by learning the secret of the "Solar Stance" technique from a powerful kung-fu teacher. Then, Jet can take revenge on the people who killed his parents.
Along the way, he meets up with a kung-fu mistress who helps him learn even better kung-fu, another evil kung-fu mistress who wants the handsome young Jet Li for herself, an a bad kung-fu mistress who now controls the magic sword. He also runs into a confusing array of kung-fu masters, enemies, and armies. I admit that I got a bit lost trying to follow who was fighting who, and why. The ending was also left kind of up in the air, as if the film was meant to be the first chapter in a series.
Still, the fights are spectacular. Not quite up to the "Once Upon a Time in China" standards, but spectacular nevertheless. In one scene, Jet is attacked with harp strings by the evil mistress, and in another, an army is devestated by an underground assault!
Overall, the film is a lot of fun, mostly because it takes itself seriously (albeit with tongue firmly planted in cheek). Despite the shoddy processing, the disc is definitely worth the low price for Jet Li fans, or for "Crouching Tiger" fans with a sense of humor.
1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Lord of the "Salsa Kings 2"? 22 de julio de 2010
Por Paul - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
I don't know how it happened, but I opened up my DVD case to find a pretty DVD labeled "Lord of the Wu Tang" in color, started up the DVD and it played "Salsa Kings 2" instead of Jet Li's Lord of the Wu Tang. I've seen Lord of the Wu Tang by the way and it is a top notch cheesey sci fi Sunday morning karate flick with pull wires galore. The story line is classic as well and well worth any amount of sub title reading and convinced me the best chinese karate flicks are sub-titled. I've gotta contact Amazon about the switch that happened, hopefully it works out.
1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas One Star 7 de febrero de 2017
Por wildfrcat - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
One of the worst DVDs I have ever seen, not one I am recommending


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