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(1133) 5.4 113 min 2017

Qimen Dunjia is a movie starring Chengpeng Dong, Ni Ni, and Aarif Rahman. A group of warriors protect the world from a monster invasion.

Starring
Chengpeng Dong, Ni Ni, Dongyu Zhou, Aarif Rahman
Genres
Fantasy, Adventure, Action
Director
Woo-Ping Yuen

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Fantasy, Adventure, Action
Director Woo-Ping Yuen
Writer Hark Tsui
Stars Chengpeng Dong, Ni Ni, Dongyu Zhou, Aarif Rahman
Country Hong Kong, China
Also Known As Ngũ Hiệp Trừ Yêu, 奇門遁甲, Qi Men Dun Jia, The Miracle Warriors, The Thousand Faces of Dunjia, 奇门遁甲
Runtime 1H 53M
Description A group of warriors protect the world from a monster invasion.

Top reviews

Thursday, 20 Aug 2020 01:31

I recently watched The Raid 2 and although I had already seen this movie I still was very impressed. This movie is not for those that don't like martial arts movies and others that are looking for an action flick. This movie is based on a legend. This legend is the revenge of a group of assassins who were held prisoner during the Japanese invasion of China. The only way they could get out was to kill the leader of the Chinese faction that held them prisoner. The reason why they are revenge of their family is because their father was taken from them when they were small. So, they take revenge for him and their mother and sister are killed in the process. After they have finished killing everyone, they are captured and the leader of the group goes to find them. They are caught by the head of the faction and they are not given any choice but to continue to kill everyone. After killing so many people, the leader makes a very tragic decision and orders the assassins to kill their family. They do so and kill everyone but then realize they cannot die until their loved ones are killed. They live a long time and now they finally have peace in their lives. The final battle is the most realistic battle I have ever seen in a movie. This battle and the movie itself is what made the first movie so great. It was a great movie with great action and good storyline. This movie isn't for everyone and I don't recommend it for those that are looking for an action movie but if you like martial arts movies, this movie is for you.
Wednesday, 29 Jul 2020 08:11

I just got back from a preview screening of Eunhyuk's film and I have to say I was pleasantly surprised. Like many of the Korean movies I've seen in the past few years, the storyline was good and the characters had their own personalities and style. The visuals were nice as well, the costuming was a bit out of place, but that's really only because the movie took place in Seoul. Eunhyuk, who was an 18-year-old student when this movie was shot, played a 19-year-old student who comes to Korea for a job. He gets transferred to a military school and by the end of the movie is an instructor at the military academy. His students are mostly the same age as he is and he is often annoyed with his teachers, but they all eventually help him get to the top of the military academy. At the end of the movie, Eunhyuk helps a student who's about to be kicked out and I thought that was the most touching scene in the movie. The military academy is part of the South Korean military, so I guess there are lots of stories in this movie, and they all are about how soldiers in the military are forced to become "socialized" and how people outside the military have a hard time adapting to what they do for a living. I also thought the army made for an interesting setting, especially for a film about the Korean military. All in all, the film is definitely worth seeing and I look forward to seeing what Eunhyuk does next. Like I said, the storyline was good and the characters were interesting. I just thought the best part of the movie was Eunhyuk and the ending. I'll have to see it again and review it just to get that feeling. I give this movie a 9/10.
Monday, 20 Jul 2020 04:20

Another great movie from China, released in 1995. It's great to see the Chinese become the world's leading film-maker and it's nice to see another movie that shows us the Chinese way of life. It's really a little slice of China's life in a fantasy world, in which nobody goes hungry, nobody needs to buy shoes. There are only foodstuffs and very little clothing in this world, but everybody has an enormous heart and he or she never feels cold or sick. They feel good and safe in this world and it's not like in the big city, where people and material things are very expensive and not very useful. We all live on the farm, not in cities, where food is hard to come by. The hero's father is an engineer in the world of the future and he says that the hero has all the elements of a man. The hero is very skilled in the fields, using the tractor to the limit and he works with his wife and his young son. I've watched it twice and I am a bit confused, but I always start it from the beginning and I think that it's OK to start from the beginning of the story. The story is not that big, just a good fairy tale and also, the hero is so strong and brave, that even the bad guys would not dare to attack him. It's very good to see the Chinese culture and how strong they are. I think that the Chinese are the world's most successful film-makers and they're doing a great job with the art of film-making, and also, I think that the Chinese are the world's most talented people in the field of the future.
Saturday, 11 Jul 2020 19:31

Anime is the most underrated genre of movies. It's a perfect mix of action, romance and horror with loads of fantasy elements. It's not one of those genre that you can easily categorize. Sure it is a mix of the two, but there are so many different stories in this genre, it can be difficult to categorize them. One of my favorite things about an anime is the fact that it can do so many different things. You can have the most original story in the world, and still be able to keep the same feel throughout. The amazing thing is that it isn't a simple story. It takes a lot of different situations that can have different meanings to the plot, and turns them into one big idea. While most anime are just one story, Dragon Ball is more than that. It also takes this idea and makes it more complex. You can't simply show one character fight another character, because you have to show them develop these relationships. But, this isn't just a simple story. It takes that idea and uses it to draw many different plots. What starts out as a simple story about the race of creatures called Z fighters, that fight the human race, gradually turns into a complex story about the two main characters, Bulma and Goku. While this is going on, a lot of the plot is shown as well, in fact, almost every part of the story is shown. I found the plot to be extremely interesting and intriguing, and I really enjoyed it. Another thing that I really liked about the plot was the way it was turned into the movie. The script was turned into a movie instead of just being a normal TV show, which adds a lot to the movie. It is not just showing the characters do something, but instead showing the characters thinking about doing something. This means that the movie really does have a lot of plot development going on. Because of this, I found the movie very entertaining. Overall, I think that this movie is really entertaining. It has really good story development, as well as a lot of different plots that are really interesting. It's also really well done in every aspect of animation, with great character designs and all kinds of great animation. I would recommend it to anyone, especially fans of Dragon Ball.
Monday, 25 May 2020 23:01

Why is it that so many critics seem to dismiss this film simply because it is Chinese? They even seem to have missed the point of the film: it's not an action film but a fantasy adventure film. Of course, it's not the same in the US but it should be seen as it is in China. Of course, the US seems to dismiss Chinese films as fantasy but the studios and the distributors are not as stingy. I've seen plenty of Chinese films and I never found any with that many editing flaws that kept the film from being a total win but I will admit that they are not all the best. One of the worst would have to be IN MY MIND. I'm not sure if the film was put together by a crew that was composed of Chinese but I can guarantee that if they were the crew, they didn't have much of a budget. I have only seen the first half of the film and I'm still excited to see the second half. A lot of other reviewers have mentioned that the story was unbelievable. Well, there are many different levels of stories in China and it would have been hard for me to believe that all of them were so similar. For example, the mother was obviously evil but I'm not sure if the son was going to be as evil or if the mother was just trying to get revenge on him for killing her husband. A film like this should be believable because there are so many different levels of stories that can occur in China. The plot would have to be a little more detailed but then the film wouldn't be Chinese. In any case, I don't think that the film was too realistic. The film could have taken place in any country in the world, I don't think the film was about communism and I don't think that the film was about politics. I think the film was about a romance between a man and a woman and about the dreams of a young man who wants to find his dream to the fullest. It was not very believable but I think that it was well done and interesting.


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