House of Flying Daggers

House of Flying Daggers: To quote a truly apropos user comment, “It’s An Action Flick! It’s A Love Story! It’s A Date Movie!” I can’t really explain the story very well without giving away most of the plot twists, so suffice it to say that this movie contains amazingly choreographed martial arts against a backdrop of absolutely gorgeous scenery, with a Romeo & Juliet style romance interlaced throughout. As long as you can accept that this film is more a feast for the eyes than anything else – and that Chinese people are impervious to stab wounds – this movie is worth seeing. Just don’t come looking for an original, actor-driven plot; you’ve seen all these characters before.

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