Nezha Conquers the Dragon King

Nezha Conquers the Dragon King

The film is an adaptation of a story in Chinese mythology (in particular, the epic fantasy novel Fengshen Bang) about the warrior deity Nezha, who became a student of the immortal Taiyi Zhenren. The main part of the story revolves around Nezha's feud with Ao Guang, the Dragon King of the Eastern Sea, whom he angers through the killing of Ao Bing, Ao Guang's third son. Through bravery and wit, Nezha finally breaks into the Dragon King's underwater palace and successfully defeats him.

The film is an adaptation of a story in Chinese mythology (in particular, the epic fantasy novel Fengshen Bang) about the warrior deity Nezha, who became a student of the immortal Taiyi Zhenren. The main part of the story revolves around Nezha's feud with Ao Guang, the Dragon King of the Eastern Sea, whom he angers through the killing of Ao Bing, Ao Guang's third son. Through bravery and wit, Nezha finally breaks into the Dragon King's underwater palace and successfully defeats him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Scott P (mx) wrote: Not bad, but the series is way better.

(es) wrote: The most interesting thing about this movie is its photography. It is mostly good, often exceptional, but at times it goes over the edge and fails. The plot was so slowly paced it was tiring.

Daniel A (ca) wrote: Kitano s'gotrip en peintre rat et incompris. Trs ingal comme peut l'tre un post-Hanabi dont il se remettra jamais. Mais c'est une fable la Kitano, avec beaucoup de morts et de mandales aux gamins. "Peintre ?! Tu seras yakuza et puis c'est tout. File dans ta chambre !"

Mike P (ag) wrote: I might as well review this Makoto Shinkai movie too since I already did the others. This film is separated in 3 episodes of stories. I might have to spoil a little bit but I won't give away a lot.Episode 1: Takaki and Akari were childhood friends, then Akari had to transfer school because of her family. Takaki and Akari exchange letters later in life and try to meet later in the episode. What is special about this episode is the prolonged love the two characters have for each other. The cherry blossom is the symbol of their connection (other than the letters). Makoto Shinkai would not give us all the answers but the clue is the cherry blossom in this episode.Episode 2: Takaki moved to a new town outside of the city. He is a high school senior at this stage of the story. But audience's attention is focused on the view of another student name Kanae who has affections for him. What is represented as the object for Kanae's affection is the rocket because the rocket travels 5 kilometers per hour. The rocket is probably the metaphor of the affection from Kanae flying away since she is unable to tell Takaki her feelings.Episode 3: Takaki lives in the city as an adult. He has trouble keeping up with his work. Someone would try to call him because she probably cares about him but of course, Takaki only keep thinking about Akari. Akari already has her life set in her own path though. But they would still have the same memory of their childhood past they could not let go.The object of this episode is of course...the train. The train separates Takaki and Akari from seeing each other. But Takaki makes the choice to move on.This is a different Shinkai film than any others, this is the one that defines his other works.

Walter M (kr) wrote: In "Steak," Blaise(Eric Judor) is released from a mental hospital after seven years due to three murders he did not commit. Those were in fact committed by his pal Georges(Ramzy Bedia) who picks him up but otherwise wants nothing to do with him now. That has less to do Georges' plastic surgery than with his current social status with a gang he has just joined. If nothing else, "Steak" captures the passage of time to somebody outside of society better than most other movies I can think of, albeit in a totally absurd, unpredictable and Canadian way, including a couple of great bits. Even with no flying cars, the movie makes some neat points about conformity and people feeling the need to fit in at all costs. On the other hand, it is not all negative, as smoking is severely frowned upon and everybody drinks a ton of milk, perhaps as a tip of the cap to "A Clockwork Orange."

Jessie R (ag) wrote: Something must have gone horribly wrong in the making of this film. Half of the time Seagal's voice is dubbed over with some dude that doesn't sound anything like him. There are several scenes where you can tell the two people having a conversation were never in the same room together. It's also hilarious how Photoshopped Seagal is on the cover of the movie. Besides those embarrassments, the film itself is terrible as well. The writing is atrocious. Definitely one of the worst Seagal movies.

Mary D (fr) wrote: After the first 5 minutes, I was kind of iffy about this film but then I really enjoyed it. Don't be scared away at the beginning...

Hannah K (de) wrote: One of my absolute favorite Halloween movies.

Trent G (us) wrote: It had promise but didn't deliver.

Michael M (us) wrote: Christopher Walken makes this movie watchable but beyond that it's pretty ridiculous and far-fetched. Not sure what Johnny Depp was doing in this movie back in the mid '90s but my guess is earning a paycheck as he was not yet "Johnny Depp" yet in 1995. And why is his character not named "Nick?"

Damien K (it) wrote: This is where it all went wrong for Van Sant. I loved this Tom Robbins underground classic. In fact, I read the director's script, which was better than acceptable. So what went wrong? Maybe it was too many stars on too small of a budget; like he had to say "I can't really afford you, so please do the best you can the first time, because whatever comes out HAS to go into the movie". Roseanne couldn't even say "Jesus f**kin' Christ" right. Keanu Reeves is always a mistake, especially with his horrible orange tan (he's suppose to be Native American) and Rain Phoenix was even worse. It seemed too good to be true and thus, it was.

Robert D (it) wrote: Entertaining vigilante movie.

Alysia H (us) wrote: LOL! It sounds like theater!

Dave I (nl) wrote: Hot chicks fighting? Okay. I won;t go out of my way to see it or anything, but I'll watch it if it's on.

Sandy K (de) wrote: Taut thriller, and Michael Shannon is menacingly creepy as the corrupt police officer.

John M (it) wrote: Always loved? this movie!

Haydn W (ca) wrote: "How do you kill mud?"