Wu Dang (2012)

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In early Republican China, rumors were going around about the treasure in Wudang Mountain. An American conspirator took his well-trained kung fu daughter to Wudang by sponsoring a Taoist martial arts competition, to steal the treasure.


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Director:

Patrick Leung

Writer:

Khan Chan (screenplay)

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4 October 2012 | rightwingisevil
Moronic screenplay, scenario, plot and.....more
The problems of most Chinese martial arts movies are always avoidably many: 1) the time frame or the historical background is always stupidly ridiculous; 2) the scenario, the plot and the storyline are nothing but nonsense; the 3) the costumes, the hairdos, the way of talking are always weird; 4) the actors, male or female, are always looked too modern; 5) the dialog is always stupid and awkward, making the actors become even worse when delivering the stupid dialog. With these fatal shortcomings pointed out as aforementioned, this movie is no exception. Guy met his wife in a Chinese Restaurant? Yeah, right. "Supermarket" in 1912? The mysterious female Kung-fu fighter wearing what? Her hair style? The tablet hung on the facade looked like just out of from a wooden artifact production line. Guy with his daughter came from America almost killed mother duck on the mountain trail, yet a Chinese guy knew to protect the duck? Once the father and his daughter arrived at Wu Dang Mountain, the screenplay and the storyline just turned into absurd and stupid status, it damaged viewers intelligence and common sense.

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