| An excellent martial-arts film with fast-paced action and a little hint of comedy
I personally blame The Forbidden Kingdom and Kung Fu Panda for loving martial arts films. But in a good way, and after watching the BBC documentary "Wild China," I am starting love China (despite all that is going on there) and Japan. Whenever I am at Wal-Mart, I would start buying martial arts films on DVD from Fusian Films; I had bought 4.
In this classic martial arts film (featuring plenty of swordplay and fast-paced fighting), An Chi a young clumsy,skiddish scholar was taking money to bail out his falsely accused father. He was also rescued from bandits by a swordswoman in red named Yu Feng, who is looking to avenge her parents' death and save her 12 sisters from an evil lord and using them to create his own personal harem. So the two team up and An wants be Yu Feng's student in martial arts. Also he was also starting to fall for the deadly " 13th Sister," though she thinks of him a nerd, and even trying setting him up with the daughter of a small family they had rescued along the way.
So, after watching this film a few times, I thought this is an excellent film with fast-paced action and a hint of comedy. And I don't have a favorite scene (as I said many times), because I love the WHOLE film from beginning to end.