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Xie bu ya zheng (2018)

Xie bu ya zheng (2018)

Eddie PengFan LiaoYun ZhouQing Xu
Wen Jiang


Xie bu ya zheng (2018) is a Mandarin,English,Japanese,French movie. Wen Jiang has directed this movie. Eddie Peng,Fan Liao,Yun Zhou,Qing Xu are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2018. Xie bu ya zheng (2018) is considered one of the best Action,Crime,Drama,History movie in India and around the world.

A young swordsman in 1930's China returns home to try and solve a five-year-old murder case. Described as the third installment of the gangster trilogy that includes "Let The Bullets Fly" and "Gone With The Bullets."

Xie bu ya zheng (2018) Reviews

  • Lose Focus


    As usual, Jiang Wen served as the director, screenwriter, and actor of the film, but this time he seems to have lost focus. Occasionally, the aura is reminding the audience from time to time that the movie is relatively safe and relatively interesting. The lantern-style character rushed to show the world view to the audience, so Jiang Wen's quick editing with full tension turned into a rush in the film. Seeing the end, I feel that it is a sloppy ending in the sense of reason, and the sensibility feels "finally over."

  • Total garbage


    Movie is complete mess. Incoherent scenes, tempo, editing, and dialogues. But I guess the director couldn't be criticized due to his presence in China. Such a waste of all the talents in the movie.

  • movie is sooo jiangwen


    Social satire.perspective one.revenge of Litianran perspective two game between qinfeng and qianlong.maybe there are negative comments. but it is jiangwen 's style describe an normal history story in an unnormal way.

  • disappointing


    I am not familiar with Jaing Wen's work and went in with no expectations. A Taiwanese friend passed me her ticket telling me that it's Chinese with Japanese historical and cultural references, and while that is not untrue, it's not what I would describe it. An indulgent description would call it a parody or self-parody, but I don't have the background and familiarity with his work to justify it. I felt the first jolt to run out about 10 minutes in, and it's been a struggle to watch until the end. The story is convoluted and hard to follow, dialogue is fast and furious, and while I get it that the director may be going for parody, the net effect is cringe. The hero is nonetheless played by an actor who is supposedly some kind of sex symbol, and he appears bare chested, which may be redemptive for some audiences; it might also spark a parkour renaissance in China (or at least boost the sales of Assassin's Creed).

  • The director want to say too much, but he don't want the audience to understand.


    The director want to say too much, but he don't want the audience to understand. There's too much drama on the roof and it doesn't make any sense. Some of the first passages are quite good, but the latter is pure self-liberation. Audience? It does not exist.

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