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    Flying Swords of Dragon Gate

    The movie follows a Ming Dynasty freedom fighter, a female warrior and a corrupt eunuch as theyĀ unearth the fabled lost city buried in the desert in whichĀ a treasure that spans dynasties hidden deep.
    Duration: 122 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2011
    IMDb: 6.0
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  • Actors of "Flying Swords of Dragon Gate"

  • Directors of "Flying Swords of Dragon Gate"

    Hark Tsui. Director of Flying Swords of Dragon Gate
    Hark Tsui
    Birthdate: 15 February 1950, Saigon, Vietnam [now Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam]
  • Creators of "Flying Swords of Dragon Gate"

    Hark Tsui. Director of Flying Swords of Dragon Gate
    Hark Tsui
    Birthdate: 15 February 1950, Saigon, Vietnam [now Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam]
  • Critic Reviews of "Flying Swords of Dragon Gate"

    Guy Lodge Time Out
    October 16, 2012

    Amounts to a lavishly mounted series of airborne sword fights - each one more spectacular (and silly) than the last ...

    Cary Darling Fort Worth Star-Telegram/
    September 03, 2012

    For followers of wuxia films, the epic Flying Swords of Dragon Gate is a godsend...But the convoluted storyline...blunts the appeal for anyone who's not a fan.

    V.A. Musetto New York Post
    August 31, 2012

    The plot is secondary. "Flying Swords" is to be seen for its eye-popping action.

    Robert Abele Los Angeles Times
    August 30, 2012

    "Flying Swords" is a chunky spectacle, to be sure - overstuffed with plot and characters - but at times, it's an insanely entertaining one.

    Mike Hale New York Times
    August 30, 2012

    While the attractive performers and the action set pieces, including fights inside a sand tornado and around a spider's web of razor wire, are enough to carry you through the film, "Flying Swords" is a bit of a letdown ...

    Jeff Shannon Seattle Times
    August 30, 2012

    IMAX 3D turns a slightly above-average "wuxia" ("martial hero" action thriller) into an epic extravaganza.

    Edmund Lee Screen International
    March 30, 2016

    Visually inventive yet dramatically lacking.

    David Jenkins Little White Lies
    October 24, 2012

    It's fun in the moment, but hardly one for the ages.

    Philip French Observer (UK)
    October 21, 2012

    The movie is beautifully designed and the action sequences are violent and truly spectacular in a hallucinatory way.

    Steve Rose Guardian
    October 18, 2012

    It's nonsense, but somehow irresistible.

    Jeffrey M. Anderson Combustible Celluloid
    October 10, 2012

    Despite the movie's excessive length and incomprehensible plot, Tsui is still one of the world's absolute best at action and fight sequences; they move fast, but they're dazzlingly fluid and smooth.

    Chris Sawin
    October 07, 2012

    Although there is some enjoyment to be found in Flying Swords of Dragon Gate, it's a wuxia film that is mostly very messy in every sense of the word.

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