Dynasty Warriors (真・三國無双) (“True・Three Kingdoms Unrivaled“) is a series of action games which draws inspiration from the historical novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms, and details the epic struggles of power between three kingdoms in ancient China. It stars Wang Kai, Han Geng, Louis Koo, and Tony Yang as some of the biggest historical figures.
War movie, The Founding of An Army (建军大业), is the third part of the trilogy called Founding of New China, followed by The Founding of a Republic (2009), The Founding of a Party (2011), intended to be released this summer to mark the anniversary of the Chinese army (90th anniversary). The movie gathers 40+ stars in main roles and guest appearances, including both veteran actors and fresh meat, led by Zhu Ya Wen (as Zhou En Lai), Liu Ye (as Mao Zedong), Oho Ou (as Ye Ting), Ma Tian Yu, Liu Hao Ran and Ma Yi Li. The story begins in 1927 at the beginning of the Nanchang uprising, known as the first major Kuomintang–Communist engagement.
The endless scrolling of pretty begins…. hehehe. (It took me an hour to get all the names. Lol!)
Thanks for everyone for participating last time! I think this post will just be my random spazzing of everything under the sun, so feel free to rave and rant about anything and everything, and who knows you might find that one person who shares the same opinion. =D
After two decades, the third chapter to the cult Fantasy/Comedy A Chinese Odyssey I & II is finally here. A Chinese Odyssey Part Three is the continuation no one asked for, but director Jeffrey Lau figure if audiences dig it in the 90s, why not bring it back. With all new cast playing characters of old, how is the results? Let’s find out!
Oh, I’m WuxiaRocks! This is my first post here on AVV. Now onto the review.