The Lost BladesmanBy kidnapping their women, a tyrant forces the greatest warrior in the world to fight his closest friend. The civil war then leads to the collapse of Han Dynasty & the establishment of Shu Han of the 3 Kingdoms.
Actors of "The Lost Bladesman"
Characters of "The Lost Bladesman"
Directors of "The Lost Bladesman"Felix ChongBirthdate: 1 January 1968, Hong Kong, British Crown ColonyAlan MakBirthdate: 1 January 1965, Hong Kong
Creators of "The Lost Bladesman"Felix ChongBirthdate: 1 January 1968, Hong Kong, British Crown ColonyAlan MakBirthdate: 1 January 1965, Hong Kong
Critic Reviews of "The Lost Bladesman"Simon Weaving ScreenwizeMay 05, 2011
An epic historical martial arts film with thin characters, a tepid love story and some excellent fight sequences with the long-handled crescent-moon blade.Margaret Pomeranz At the Movies (Australia)April 28, 2011
There's something really robust about actually seeing a fight rather than the cutaways and the illusion of a fight rather than a real fight.Peter Galvin sbs.com.auApril 28, 2011
The Lost Bladesman starts off big and rather cool and ends up an intimate epic hot and heavy with spent passions and an aura of sadness that's unexpectedly moving.David Stratton At the Movies (Australia)April 27, 2011
After a while it all becomes a bit predictable, especially as the political motivations are, to the uninitiated, more than slightly opaque.Paul Byrnes Sydney Morning HeraldApril 27, 2011
Problems of scale limit the film's clarity and its emotional power.Jarrod Walker FILMINK (Australia)April 27, 2011
While the action is impressive, the human drama and characterisation of the potentially fascinating warrior General Guan Yu is sadly one-dimensional.Andrew L. Urban Urban CinefileApril 23, 2011
I found the storytelling a little confusing, mostly due to the plethora of characters who are mentioned in the context of the wars that are taking place or about to. But aside from that, the film works as a well made genre piece
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