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Chinese Box Office: "Skyfall" Up to Astounding $51M; "The Grandmaster" at $45M

11:56 AM 2/6/2013 by Senh Duong
Skyfall
Sam Mendes’ “Skyfall” starring Daniel Craig opened a couple weeks ago in China and riveted audiences to the tune of $35M in the first week and $16M in the second, for a total of $51M so far. It’s a huge hit in China, unless, like this writer, your views got distorted by the recent records broken by “Lost in Thailand” and “Chinese Zodiac.”

"Flying Swords" on the Big Screen: Awesome 3D, Atrocious Dubbing

3:56 PM 9/17/2012 by Senh Duong
Flying Swords of Dragon Gate
I’ve seen “The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate” on Bluray and loved it. I read about how awesome the 3D was, so I wanted to see for myself. There was a screening at Cannes in May, but I couldn’t catch it.

"The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate" Sliced Up 78% on Rotten Tomatoes

10:06 PM 9/1/2012 by Senh Duong
"The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate"
“The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate” opened yesterday in select IMAX 3D theaters across the U.S. for a limited two week engagement. Because of that, it’s getting some reviews from the U.S. press on Rotten Tomatoes.

"The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate" and How the Hong Kong/Chinese Film Industry Has Changed

10:59 PM 2/2/2012 by Senh Duong
I look forward to every Jet Li movie. When I read that he's reuniting with Tsui Hark for "The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate," this turned into must-see status. You see, Hark directed Li in the first three "Once Upon a Time in China" movies that turned him into a superstar in Asia.

"Flowers of War" Failed to Take All-Time Record from "Let the Bullets Fly"

12:58 AM 1/31/2012 by Senh Duong
Zhang Yimou’s $100M “Flowers of War” looked like it might have a chance to break China’s all-time record for a Chinese film. The film it had to beat was Chow Yun Fat’s “Let the Bullets Fly,” which grossed $103M in 2010. It was the first Chinese film to break through the $100M barrier.

Flying Swords of Dragon Gate

Posted January 24th, 2012 by Binh Ngo

As one of the defining stories of the wuxia genre, the saga of the dragon gate inn has already been the source material for two classic martial arts films. Now legendary writer/director/producer tsui hark revisits these legends in the flying swords of dragon gate bringing new characters and ancient conflicts to life through the vivid depth of 3d and the epic scale of the imax image.

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Tsui Hark's 'Flying Swords of Dragon Gate' Sets Imax Chinese Exhibition Record

feedproxy.google.com – Jet Li's action-packed ride in 3D has passed the $10 million box office milestone in China on 61 giant digital screens. 7 years 45 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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Tsui Hark's 'Flying Swords of Dragon Gate' Leads Asian Film Awards Nominations

feedproxy.google.com – Director Tsui Hark’s 3D extravaganza "The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate" leads the Sixth Asian Film Awards nominations with seven nods, closely followed by "Warriors of the Rainbow: Seediq Bale" by Taiwan’s Wei Te-sheng, and "The Flowers of War" by China’s Zhang Yimou, with six nominations each. 7 years 46 weeks ago via jackiechan

Powered by "Flowers of War" and "Flying Swords of Dragon Gate," China Passes India to Become 3rd Largest Film Industry

3:07 PM 1/10/2012 by Senh Duong
I skipped a week analysing “The Flowers of War” and “The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate” box office figures. In that past week, China has became the third largest film market in the world, and “War” has passed “If You Are The One 2” to become the third highest grossing Chinese film of all time in China.
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Flying Swords of Dragon Gate

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As one of the defining stories of the wuxia genre, the saga of the dragon gate inn has already been the source material for two classic martial arts films. Now legendary writer/director/producer tsui hark revisits these legends in the flying swords of dragon gate bringing new characters and ancient...
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