Reference BD in a Jackie Chan/Jet Li Kung Fu film with gorgeous vista
19 October 2010
Excerpt: I blind bought this when it was $7.99 on Amazon, and I don't regret it at all. The fights with Jackie are some of the best I have seen from him in a long time, and Jackie's and Jet's fight is superb, as are all the fights in this film.
Excerpt: Nice martial arts film even though it was geared more towards teenagers. Lots of good fight scenes with Jet li and Jackie Chan. The Blu-Ray transfer looks wonderful in high-def. The beautiful colors of China really stand out. The 7.1 audio is also great.
Excerpt: Well, this movie isn't anything particuarly exceptional, but it makes for some brainless fun. The action, fighting, and special effects are top-notch. The story is rather hoaky, the characters are underdeveloped.
Excerpt: Having the two greatest living movie martial artist in the world was a sign of movie history. This was a longtime coming and would be nice to see them in a couple more. I have to agree with many about the token white guy was cliche, but I'm guessing that is the only way for them to appeal to people...
How sad!!! Listen to the public Give us plenty of subs.
20 March 2009
Excerpt: I can only compare my huge overwhelmed excitement to my helpless and desperate disappointment to the fact that they DIDN'T PROVIDE SUBTITLES FOR SPANISH AUDIENCES. I can't see why not to add an additional subtitle option.
Excerpt: The visuals were great in this movie and the audio was fine. The PQ was awesome and is some of the best I have seen so far. The landscapes and scenery were wonderful and the fight scenes were excellent.
Excerpt: The Forbidden Kingdom interested me since I saw the preview in theatres. Chan and Li were awesome in this film although more fight sequences between them would have been nice. It is an ok movie, would've been alot better with a different "hero kid" actor.
Excerpt: This is your typical Kung-Fu flick where people display loads of martial arts and quick choreography but this one also has Jet Li AND Jackie Chan. Parts of it are humorous, parts are stupid, but all of the fighting is well done. There is some Crouching Tiger type stuff in there too.