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House of Flying Daggers

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    LOVE THIS MOVIE!!

    I'm not particularly fond of martial arts films. However since I saw this in theaters i was taken. The beautiful cinamatography is just breath takingly beautiful!! The story is excellent and both my husband and I have watched it several times. I would recomend this to anyone without hesitation! The love story moves me to tears everytime and the fight sceens keep me on the edge of my seat. The wire work is simply amazing!! I would recomend anything John Woo directs! This is a must have for any home movie collection!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    beautiful, breathtaking film by a great director zhang yimou

    I have watched this movie 3 times and each time is leaves me breathless and sad at the same instant. The martial arts scenes are nothing short of spectacular but the main theme of love and the chemistry between Takeshi Kaneshiro and Ziyi Zhang is something you see between Bogart and Bergman in Casablanca. Finally Yimou has outdone himself. I would recommend this film to anyone who loves ancient china movies but always found them lacking in beauty and sensuality. The sad part is that this film was recommended for a Golden Globe both for Ziyi and Yimou and the picture itself but won nothing. I also recommend the CD which has such haunting and beautiful music that i find myself humming the score all the time.

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