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Review of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny

I loved the first Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. It's one of my favorite martial arts movies from back in the day. So when I heard this was coming I had to see it. Oh the nostalgia of being able to witness this sequel. I didn't know this was based off of a book though. John Fusco does average to below average movies which is kind of sad, but then again the director makes up for it with the movies I've seen of his. It seems that Michelle Yeoh is the only actor to return for the sequel sadly. Oh there are some very beautiful shots here already. Nice let's get this party started! A mask isn't going to hide that face from me lol. If it continues like this it will prove to be quite action packed. Ah well that was an interesting fight. Haha oh man that was pretty cheesy, but hey let's see how cool they end up being. Why does anyone think they can beat Donnie Yen? Okay yeah these characters are all pretty badass. OMG I was joking when I thought it, but the cook actually is a fighter too! With a stick huh?! I don't think that was very realistic and even less than usual. Interesting decision there. Oh yeah that's never wise. I don't think I have the patience to learn martial arts from instructors like these. I like how fluid these fight scenes are. Another interesting choice there. Hell no! Damn. Okay I didn't see that coming. Hey what do you know a little booty lol. Martial arts on ice badass! Well damn that was intense. Hell yeah epic battle scene! No! NO! NOO! Nice one! That was quite a wild fight. It's a great follow up to the 2000 epic. The action is awesome. The visuals are remarkable. I do wish Chow Yun-Fat or Ziyi Zhang would have made appearances, but it's really a minor gripe. I think it's definitely worth the watch.
Added by BAMF
2 years ago on 29 February 2016 03:19