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Thursday, 28 July 2011

Watch Wu Xia (2011) Movie Online Free Trailer Cast Crew and Preview

Watch Wu Xia (2011) Movie Online Free Trailer Cast Crew and Preview
Wu Xia Mandarin Movie
Action Movie
Director :Peter Chan
Cast :Donn ieYen, Takeshi Kaneshiro, Tang Wei, Jimmy Wang, Kara Hui
 Language:Mandarin with English & Chinese Subtitles
Genre: Action / Drama / Martial Arts
General Release Date: 21 July 2011
Duration :116 mins

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The Story
In the late Qing Dynasty, LIU Jin-xi (played by Donnie YEN) is a papermaker and father of two sons who lives a seemingly normal life with his family in a remote village. However, the arrival of a detective soon threatens to tear them apart.

Detective XU Bai-jiu (played by Takeshi KANESHIRO) arrives in town to investigate the recent death of two bandits during a robbery. It appears that they are accidentally killed by LIU out of self-defense. But upon autopsy, XU discovers that they are in fact two of the most wanted outlaws with martial arts skills! How could an average family man kill two fierce desperados single-handedly? As a kung fu fanatic, XU figures out that this is no pure accident; LIU must conceal extraordinary martial arts skill necessary to make such a deadly defense. XU’s investigation further leads him to the involvement of the 72 Demons – the most hostile and vicious clan in the martial arts world whose members are trained to kill without mercy. The MASTER (played by Jimmy WANG Yu), the ruthless head of the clan, possesses skills so powerful beyond anyone’s imagination.


Wu Xia, also known as Dragon in certain regions, premiered at Cannes recently but was not an official selection. It is directed by Peter Chan, who has made films such as Comrades: Almost a Love Story (1996) and The Warlords (2007), and stars a strong cast including Donnie Yen, Takeshi Kaneshiro, and Tang Wei. Thankfully, it is not "one of those films" from that worn-out Asian martial arts genre that gained worldwide popularity eleven years ago with Lee Ang's Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, but has fallen short of the high standards as seen from some of the mediocre output in recent years. 

The story follows Liu Jin Xi (Yen), a down-to-earth villager who has two young sons and a beautiful wife, Ayu (Tang). After an attempted robbery by two vicious bandits ended in their deaths at the hands of Liu, a smart but nosy detective Xu Bai Jiu (Kaneshiro), who comes to investigate, suspects that Liu may not be what he seems to be. Evidence points that he could be one of the most feared and cruel killers who had escaped justice ten years ago. As the plot thickens, a new subplot emerges that would pave the way for a tense, exciting climax. . ....

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