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And the CGI wasn't even that great. It might have looked okay in theaters but in 1080p, it looked like your average video game.
The film retells the tale of the Communist ascendancy and triumph, and has a star-studded cast including Andy Lau, Ge You, Hu Jun, Leon Lai, Zhang Ziyi, Jackie Chan, Jet Li, Zhao Wei, and directors Jiang Wen, Chen Kaige and John Woo, many of whom make cameo appearances so brief they could be easily missed; the leading roles are played by actors equally renowned in China, such as Tang Guoqiang and Zhang Guoli, but they are less well-known internationally.
Originally posted by Gazrok
reply to post by Bluebelle
I'm surprised you didn't like it, if you liked the first. The second one was pretty much the same formula. It wasn't that they thought cameras would deter a burglar, but once you've been victimized, you just feel you have to do SOMETHING, and for him, that something was putting up a bunch of cameras.
And even I jumped at the kitchen cabinets scene...and I can pretty much sit through most any horror movie without a twitch.... Still though, you know what you like, just sorry you didn't get as much from the sequel, I actually liked it better, especially the non-cheesy ending.
Why is Blade Runner considered a top sci-fi movie? It's decent...but I never thought it was all that. Parts of it are quite boring really. I hope Tron was in the list somewhere. That movie got a bad rap...and I'm glad to see it being re-imagined...