Dragon Chronicles – The Maidens of Heavenly Mountains

Legend has it that in a faraway place beyond the edge of the earth there lives a broken-hearted man with infinite power. Abandoned by his loved ones the inheritance of the old mans powers become a battleground for evil outsiders. Subtitles in english and chinese chapters trailers and filmographies. Studio: Tai Seng Entertainment Release Date: 03/16/2004 Starring: Brigitte Lin Cheung Man Run time: 108 minutes Rating: Nr Director: Chin Wing Keung

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I fell in love with dragons when I read Tea With the Black Dragon, and never looked back. Not the clunky winged Medieval dragons that ate cows, the graceful Asian dragons that could fly without wings. Later I discovered the elegant Welsh dragons, red and white, as described by R.J. Stewart in his books on the historical Merlin.
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3 Responses to Dragon Chronicles – The Maidens of Heavenly Mountains

  1. Cedric Malecot says:

    What the hell is going on in this movie? Visually appealing but lacks meaningful and moving content. The story is hard to follow and confusing mostly because of the poor english subtitle translation and partly because there is no involving plot at all. There is no central character to focus on. You dont get to know the characters enough so you dont care what happens to them. The title attracted me to this movie. I was expecting a visually exciting fantasy film. Disappointed. Although the special effects are wonderful, it is not stunning, imaginative nor creative. Projection of energy bolts,teleportion, flight — I’ve seen them before so give me alternative creative expressions of these powers. I didn’t get that in this film. Even the sound effects and music seemed lacking — failing to stimulate any energy or emotion. For a more stimulating story try ” The Bride with White Hair” and “Moon Warriors”. For visually exciting energetic action and special effects try “Zu: Warriors from the Magic Mountain”, “Duel to the Death” and “Dragon Inn”.

  2. Arian Drake-Raue says:

    Typical HK movie but not very good DVD transcription… This typical HK movie is not the best Wing Keung Chien did. The story by itself is very simple (like many HK movies) but characters are well portrayed. The bad point is that visual FX are below the average and the DVD transcription is really poor (maybe it’s my DVD Player and/or my TV ;-) . Sound quality is not incredible, just ok but I think it’s because the movie is a bit old (1994). Anyway, if you’re a HK MadMan, buy it else rent it first…Ooops, about bonus materials : nothing…

  3. Anonymous says:

    Wuxia paradise When I first watched this movie I was amazed. Wonderful story and So truely amazing actresses. I loved this movie and If you enjoy Old school kung-fu movies then you will love this one as well. It was like Star Wars on wicked crazy kung-fu crack!! I loved it

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