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||IMDB Rating: 5.3/10 from PG-13 votes
||Release: 17 December 2009 (Hong Kong) /
||Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy
||Director: Wing-Shing Ma,
||Stars: Aaron Kwok, Anson Leung, Byron Pang, Charlene Choi, Danny Arroyo, Ekin Cheng, Kenny Ho, Nicholas Tse, Patrick Tam, Simon Yam, Suet Lam, Tak-Bun Wong, Todd Eric Valcourt, Yan Tang
||Synopsis: Based on the comic book series "Fung Wan" and directed by The Pang Brothers comes the incredible story of two friends, Wind and Cloud, who find themselves up against a very powerful warlord intending to invade their country. In order to protect their land these two friends seek the help of the all-powerful master. Through extensive training Wind and Cloud expose themselves to the "evil" ways to increase their powers of element. When the intensive battle begins their friendship will be tested when one finds it hard to be righteous and easy to be evil. Written by Elizabeth, Marketing Manager
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I'm not Chinese. I'm not a Wind and Cloud comic fan-boy. Perhaps these
are the reasons that I can offer an objective opinion of this film?
The first Storm Warriors (released as The Storm Riders) excited
visually, taking wuxia film to an all-new level of excellence; however,
it suffered from a weak, rushed plot, with references being made to
characters and events non-followers just found bemusing, proving that
there really is no right way to please everybody.
This sequel suffered from the same flaws, only it wasn't so much as the
plot being rushed this time around as it was the characters. The
problem here is that for those who aren't already fans, nothing is
known - and precious little revealed - about each individual, so when
it comes time that we SHOULD be caring, it's not possible. But
thankfully, the Pang Brothers' beautiful direction makes it something
of an over-sight. I'll come back to this in a moment.
The pacing is good for an action film, with no time wasted in getting
down to the root of the story, which is basically an average episode of
Dragonball Z anyway. True, action/kung fu freaks would likely pine for
some more traditional choreography, but the Pang Brothers lift this
film out of the chop-socky genre and into that of fine art, defeating
art-house kung fu classics, The Blade, and Ashes of Time on style
points by unanimous decision.
Watching the film, it's interesting to know just how big a fan of the
comic the Brothers are, for each shot is so lovingly captured, at
points it almost looks like paintings in motion, and with their
panel-by-panel method of storytelling, comics - if well done - could
almost be deemed as such. And where CGI and after-effects are indeed
the sine qua non for getting their vision of the tale across on-screen,
where I may have argued in the past that such techniques "kill the art
of film-making", here, they AMPLIFY it, breathing enchantment into
every scene, every shot, every second, leaving something of wonder to
the memory come the final credits.
I could now go on about all of the awesome techniques the fighters use,
and how the cinematography fully captures them - and indeed, they're
well worthy of a mentioning - but instead I'll simply point out the
obvious issues to address before one decides to give this a view:
- if you're uninterested by "style over substance", you won't enjoy
- if you want an involving story, this film is not for you
- if you want Fist of Legend-style kick arse kung fu, watch something
- if, however, you want to give this film a real chance, you may just
come away a little bit richer for having done so... I know I did.
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, Anson Leung
, Byron Pang
, Charlene Choi
, Danny Arroyo
, Ekin Cheng
, Kenny Ho
, Nicholas Tse
, Patrick Tam
, Simon Yam
, Suet Lam
, Tak-Bun Wong
, Todd Eric Valcourt
, Yan Tang
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