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Seven Swords ( Chat gim ) (2005) Movie Information

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Overall Rank:

12256

Avg. Rating:

2.50/4

# of Ratings:

5

Genres:

Action, Drama

Rating:

NR

Language:

Mandarin

Theater Date:

07/29/2005

Director:

Hark Tsui

Actors:

Donnie Yen
Leon Lai
Charlie Yeung
Liwu Dai
Chia-Liang Liu
Duncan Lai

 

 

 

 

Plot Outline:

In the 1600s, the Manchurians have taken control and established the Ching Dynasty in China. Seeking to control the population, the impose the Martial Arts Ban - and the greedy, cruel and immoral Wind Fire is all too happy to enforce this measure. He manages to subdue almost the whole of Northwestern China, with only Martial Village standing in the way. But seven swordsman, trained by Master Shadow-Glow, aren't about to let the village fall without a fight. -- Chris Kavan

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"Seven Swords" by Yojimbo

A horde of bounty hunters are ravaging the land, murdering everyone in their path until one village enlists the help of 5 swordsmen from a mystical mountain top. Tsui Hark is desperate to ape the success of Crouching Tiger and Hero and although he has some success in copying the visual style, the substance leaves more than a little to be desired. The meandering script is aimless and just seemed like a series of contrived situations with little thought to logical narrative progression. It tells you next to nothing about any of the characters, with the swordsmen themselves introduced in a frankly bizarre scene that as far as I could tell made no sense at all. The relationships between characters are also hackneyed and cliched and the action sequences clumsy and loaded with unnecessary visua...

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