Language: Chinese (Mandarin)

Average Rating:       (out of 4 ratings)

Director: Ji Zhong Zhang


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Reviewed by: Rebecca H February 03, 2008

Rating: 4.5 out of 5

Does the World Need a Hero? The title of Zhang Yi Mou's latest film Hero purposely emphasizes the singularity of its title. Yet perhaps it can be said that if the movie is indeed centered solely on just ONE concept, notion and example of the divine Hero that could be deduced, then its scope may be a bit too narrow-minded. One can say that the movie depicts various heroic virtues, but exactly whom one...

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Reviewed by: Long Dang February 05, 2005

Rating: 4.0 out of 5

Cast Jet Li as Nameless Donnie Yen as Sky Tony Leung as Broken Sword Maggie Cheung as Snow Zhang Ziyi as Moon Chen Dao Ming as Qin Emperor Summary (Spoilers) The film opens with a cavalry of armed men on horseback escorting a lone man in a carriage to the palace. We discover that this man is an orphan from Qin. Being an orphan meant he had no name so people called him ‘Nameless’...

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Reviewed by: Dagger Lee August 31, 2004

Rating: 5.0 out of 5

Chinese Title: Ying Xiong Cast Jet Li as Nameless Donnie Yen as Sky Tony Leung as Broken Sword Maggie Cheung as Flying Snow Zhang Ziyi as Moon Chen Dao Ming as Qin King The most expensive movie made in China turns out to be the best movie from there. It is indeed one of the best films to come from Asia recently. Three assassins, Sky, Broken Sword and Flying Snow, try to kill the king of the Qin kingdom. Valuable goods...

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Reviewed by: Jenny Tran October 31, 2003

Rating: 5.0 out of 5

Cast Donnie Yen Chi Dan - Chang Kong/ Sky Tony Leung Chiu Wai - Can Jian/ Broken Sword Maggie Cheung Man Yuk - Fei Xue/ Flying Snow Jet Li Lian Jie - Wu Ming/ Nameless Zhang Ziyi - Ru Yue/ Moon 2001 saw Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon (CTHD) presented to the Art world. China's 2003 Art film highlight is definitely 'Hero'. Don't get me wrong, I'm a huge fan of CTHD, but Hero is so much better. This is...

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11-21-2007 01:57 AM


To Fragem.
This movie is a wuxia genre so therefore it would DEFINITELY involved flying martia art scenes. No one goes and watch a supernatural film an d criticized the characters superhuman abilities.

This movie is asolutely fantastic and beautiful.


08-31-2006 12:00 AM


Many people I know didnt like this film. However the meaning entrenched in it was the factor that really got to me. It was one of those films that leave you satisfied after watching it and feel like it has given you something beyond entertainment.


03-22-2005 12:00 AM


Yeah the cinematography's great. I like their use of colors.
To sashayln: Hi! The movie version that was released here in the Phil. translated the word 'tian xia' into 'All under heaven' :)


10-02-2004 12:00 AM


This movie was ok but I just have on beef about this movie. The fight scenes. All of them were unbelievable. I don't care how skilled you are in martial arts, you dont move and fly around like birds.

How can I identify with the characters if all of them have superhuman capabilites. Like the ablity to take on 100's people at one time. Or jump 50 to 70 feet in the air and fly around like a bird


08-31-2004 12:00 AM


Question - did Sky (Donnie Yen) die in the film? I didn't think so, because he staged his death with Wu Ming in front of the royal guards.. and when asked how he is doing later on in the film, Wu Ming said he is "recovering." So that tells me he wasn't quite dead.

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