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I Better Write This "Wu Xia" Review Before The Writing Arm Gets Chopped Off

11:55 AM 10/13/2011 by Senh Duong
Peter Chan’s “Wu Xia” is Donnie Yen’s best film since “Ip Man.” It might not be the fight-fest that fans expect from Yen, but it’s a visually striking film that engrosses with its unique take on the martial arts genre and entertains with Yen’s wuxia-style choreography.
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'Wu Xia' Director Down on Regional Cinema

feedproxy.google.com – Wu Xia director Peter Chan Ho-sun painted a bleak picture for the future of regional cinema on Sunday, stating that there are few opportunities available for films to export to other language markets and that only blockbusters were viable for cinema markets like China. 8 years 6 weeks ago via jetli
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One last trailer for Peter Chan's WU XIA

feedproxy.google.com – Personally I'm looking forward to this one quite a bit. Perhaps there are some concerns that Donnie Yen is slowing down and not quite the fighting force he once was, but I'd much rather have that bolstered by impressive visuals from someone like Peter Chan than padded with excessive nationalistic breast-beating. 8 years 21 weeks ago via jackiechan
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Watch: First Teaser Trailer for Peter Chan's 'Swordsmen' Film 'Wu Xia'

feedproxy.google.com – "Liu Jinxi - What kind of man are you?" There's a film that's premiering at the Cannes Film Fest this month from Chinese director Peter Chan that's called Wu Xia, or just Swordsmen translated to English. The martial arts action-drama stars Takeshi Kaneshiro, Wei Tang and Donnie Yen (who recently appeared in Legend of the Fist as Chen Zhen) as a sinful martial arts expert wants to start a new tranquil life, only to be hunted by a determined detective and his former master. 8 years 27 weeks ago via jetli
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