God of War (2017) 720p

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Genres:
Action | History
Resolution:
1280*534
Size:
1.08G
Quality:
720p
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Language:
Chinese 2.0  
Run Time:
130 min
IMDB Rating:
6.4 / 10 
MPR:
Normal
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Downloaded:
766
Seeds:
17
Peers:
5
Directors: Gordon Chan [Director] ,


Movie Description:
During the 16th century, Japanese pirates proliferate along the Chinese coastline. In 1557, the pirates take over Cengang in Zhejiang. After months of futile advances, Commander Yu (Sammo Hung) finally defeats them under the leadership of newly promoted General Qi (Vincent Zhao). The Pirates, however, manage to escape.

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Reviews

Too long and boring.

For a historical movie I have to admit I'm not too impressed by the result. Not that I had a very high opinion of Chinese movies before starting to watch God Of War, as most of the time you have alot of actors or extras overacting. For example it all feels unnatural when you see them running around, never saw anybody run this way (there is absolutely no way any Chinese will win a race if they all run like that). The only good thing about this movie are some fighting scenes but even those could have been much better. The movie is just too long, too repetitive, and to be honest their strategies are just becoming boring after awhile. It didn't do it to me and I'm pretty sure I won't be the only one that will be disappointed.

The trash made this last century

The trash made this last century .The trash made this last century. The trash made this last century .The trash made this last century .The trash made this last century .

Historical accurate and entertaining movie

It is a great movie, accurately telling the history between Japan and China in Ming dynasty. I especially love the 1-1 fight scene of General Qi and Commander Kumasawa and the languages were spoken in both Mandarin and Japanese. It also showed the characters of Chinese and Japanese. If you know nothing about the history, you might get bored, but you will enjoy this movie very much if you know a little bit of the story.
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