Groundbreaking, visually stunning and totally unforgettable, Zu Warriors is credited by famed director John Carpenter as the original inspiration for his flamboyant box-office smash-hit "Big Trouble In Little China", and director Ang Lee borrowed heavily to re-create the stylish visuals of his multi-oscar-winning epic, "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" Featuring an all-star cast led by acrobatic genius Yuen Biao, 'Zu Warriors' depicts the adventures of a young soldier (Dik Mingkei) caught in a war between two rival carmies. To escape certain death he takes sanctuary in a cave within the ominous Zu Mountain, where he becomes entangled in a battle with all-powerful supernatural forces threatening to destroy the World. Guided by a mysterious swordsman (Adam Cheng), Dik Mingkei must harness the power of two mystical swords; the only weapons on Earth capable of defeating his omnipotent enemy.
Never-ending story/willlow with martial arts
- Zu Warriors from Magic Mountain review by Jaz Moghul
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You rated this film: 2
It's ok, nice story, nice martial arts, maybe a classic a tale in their, moemnts of comedy and ascention of student to teacher, minor love story etc. I wouldn't watch it again, but certainly would appeal to some people out there, almost like a fairy tale story, magic and demons and flying through the air.