Fung wan II (2009)

PG-13   |    |  Action, Adventure, Fantasy


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Wind and Cloud find themselves up against a ruthless Japanese warlord intent on invading China.


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18 December 2009 | wayfeel
6
| Entertaining, good try but lacks the fun elements the first one had.
Such a long wait since the first one. Storm Rider 1 was really good by the way - better story line, better flow, better pace, better romance, better music, more varied scenes(inside castle, forest where two groups of people meet, dragon cave, village, etc), much more character development (ie every characters seem to have decent screen time), adequate CGI - given that was some 11 yrs ago, and better acting - Yes, better acting! ie. Sonny Chiba was unparalleled as Lord Conquer. Even Wind and Cloud had deeper emotions, more expressive then, really.

I would prefer the first one if not for the redeeming factors of Storm Riders 2 - more boastful, refined CGIs, much impressive and intense fighting choreograph which I enjoyed immensely. one battle too long, one ended prematurely if only it balances up a bit.

Some scenes unnecessary, some over dramatized to a point of dragging which make you just wanna scream "just get on with it!". I suppose the script just could have been much better and more varied scenes than just those few bleak boring ones which at times, looked a bit fake. The ladies also don't have much scene impact, a little shallow.

Overall, I don't mind watching it again purely for its fighting CGIs which was sheer indulgence. Everything else, I rather re-watch Storm Riders 1.

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Release Date:

17 December 2009

Language

Cantonese, English


Country of Origin

Hong Kong

Filming Locations

Thailand

Box Office

Budget:

$22,000,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$5,668,356

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