The Thousand Faces of Dunjia (Qi men dun jia) [Sub: Eng]
With THE THOUSAND FACES OF DUNJIA, legendary director Yuen Wo Ping and writer/producer Tsui Hark breathe new life into the wuxia genre, weaving together fantasy, humor, and breathtaking martial arts action. Dao, a naïve young constable, discovers a secret society with supernatural abilities that has protected mankind for centuries. As he's drawn into a power struggle within their ranks, they learn that an ancient creature with the power to destroy the world is rising - and it will take all of their powers combined to stop it.
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Critics Of "The Thousand Faces of Dunjia (Qi men dun jia) [Sub: Eng]"
Film Journal International
December 14, 2017 If you like [Tsui Hark's] style of dense plotting, mysterioso set-pieces and weird sex, Dunjia is a blast-but with a lot of holes in it.Read in Source
December 18, 2017 As with so many of Tsui's works, subplots and characters multiply out of control after the first act.Read in Source
South China Morning Post
January 03, 2018 For all the shape-shifting antics and giant fantasy creatures that it throws at the audience, Dunjia is only ever as fun as its characters get.Read in Source
December 14, 2017 The story is motley and not very involving, and the anything-goes CGI undermines the battle sequences.Read in Source
The Straits Times (Singapore)
December 13, 2017 It is heartening to see director Yuen, who is known for his action movies, attempt something new, but it will be a while before he masters the art of making a CGI-heavy film.Read in Source
December 15, 2017 A lot of things transpire in any given scene, but none of them will make you care what happens next.Read in Source
December 18, 2017 Viewers with a high tolerance for computer-generated fantasy are the target this time, and may well enjoy the ride.Read in Source
Los Angeles Times
December 14, 2017 Over the course of almost two hours, all the amped-up visual effects and slapstick silliness can become awfully exhausting, making a hinted-at sequel ultimately feel like a threat.Read in Source
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