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  47. In 208 A.D., in the Han Dinasty of China, the tyrannic and greedy Prime Minster Cao Cao forces the reluctant Emperor Han to declare war against the kingdoms of Liu Bei and Sun Quan in the South of China. Cao Cao heads with a mighty army of one million soldiers and attacks Liu Bei. His advisor and war strategist Zhuge Liang heads to South in a diplomatic mission trying to convince Sun Quan to join force with Liu Bei against the powerful warlord. When Zhuge Liang meets the viceroy Zhou Yu, he succeeds in his assignment with the alliance of the two kingdoms against Cao Cao. The armies fight against each other in many battles until the final one in Red Cliff where guile, knowledge and strategy prevail.
  48. In 208 A.D., in the final days of the Han Dynasty, shrewd Prime Minster Cao Cao convinced the fickle Emperor Han the only way to unite all of China was to declare war on the kingdoms of Xu in the west and East Wu in the south. Thus began a military campaign of unprecedented scale, led by the Prime Minister, himself. Left with no other hope for survival, the kingdoms of Xu and East Wu formed an unlikely alliance. Numerous battles of strength and wit ensued, both on land and on water, eventually culminating in the battle of Red Cliff. During the battle, two thousand ships were burned, and the course of Chinese history was changed forever.
  49. I&#39;ve waited for this movie to come out ever since I found out that it was in production, and after watching it yesterday, it was definitely worth waiting for.<br/><br/>To start off--the movie was paced rather nicely, where the battle sequences are intense but the dramatic parts of the movie are handled well so there&#39;s never a moment of boredom when you watch this movie and your eyes will not wander off the screen. My favorite parts though, are of course, Zhou Yu and Zhu Ge Liang&#39;s &quot;battle of wits&quot;! The plot line of the movie follows closely to that of the Romance of the Three Kingdoms, the historical novel that the movie is based on. The dialogue between characters is extremely well written (as some of it are based on historical books documenting the sayings of some of these characters). The characterization for its vast number of characters are done through subtle hints and gestures which is excellent -- for those who don&#39;t know the story and the characters, it gives them insight but does not irritate those who are familiar with the characters due to excessive spoonfeeding.<br/><br/>The acting of the cast is absolutely fantastic! Leung Chao Wei as Zhou Yu, Takeshi Kaneshiro as Zhu Ge Liang, Zhang Zhen as Sun Quan, and all the rest of the characters are well-casted. Despite audiences&#39; initial doubts that the casted actors could aptly perform as their respective characters, those doubts will undoubtedly be blown away after watching this movie. However, despite the stellar cast and acting, the downfall of this movie is also in its casting choice and acting (which is why it only garnered a 9 rather than a 10 in my book). Lin Zhi Ling as Xiao Qiao was okay, considering that this is her first movie, but there were parts when I felt that the dialogue was really forced and unnatural...fake, even. I&#39;m referring to the part when her character is first introduced to the audience, but besides from that she was okay and wasn&#39;t detrimental. However, Zhao Wei&#39;s character Sun Shang Xiang was the biggest failure of the movie. It wasn&#39;t Zhao Wei&#39;s fault, as it is actually the scriptwriters&#39; fault for adding such forced and unnatural screwball comedy to the movie in hopes of lightening it up. They could&#39;ve dealt with humor through subtle measures like in Zhu Ge Liang&#39;s character rather than blatant stunts of trying to appease the audience.<br/><br/>All in all, it was a fantastic movie and I&#39;d suggest EVERYONE watch it. For once, the brilliance of ancient Chinese weaponry and military tactics is being publicized and could be appreciated.
  50. To me, this movie is a big over-hype disappointment! Romance of Three Kingdoms is such great story based on history, and the Battle of Red Cliff is THE MAJOR EVENT! I was very much looking forward for this movie, but I guess John Woo is just not Peter Jackson! I would have thought he should have learned a lot from his Hollywood experience. Turn out that my opinion of him as an over-hype average Hong Kong director is right on, just like Tsui Hak! <br/><br/>First major problem is the script! Instead of follow the original story, which is already full of detail, they added in many unnecessary elements, such as Zhou Yu help his wife deliver a horse! According to John Woo over a TV interview in Singapore, it supposed to make Zhou appear more human, but the whole scene is just so pretentious!<br/><br/>The part of Zhou Yu and Zhu-Ge Liang playing musical instrument and the final battle scene was also overly long (OK, this part is just like Peter Jackson: King Kong dinosaur stampede scene!)! It just go on and on, and I was really bored! There were just too many pacing problems in this movie. It could easily trim by 30 minutes, instead of 150 minutes of boredom! The kind of problem commonly happened to Hong Kong movie. The script obviously written by some Hong Kong scriptwriter!<br/><br/>Some reviewers said there was element of brotherhood, just like many other John Woo movies. To me, the brotherhood element in Red Cliff is paper-thin!<br/><br/>As for the music score, it just sounded too Japanese! HELLO! It supposed to be Chinese Classical Story! And the beating drum just sounded too much like Crouching Tiger score by Tan Dun.<br/><br/>Special CGI effect of Red Cliff is passable, but the concept is certainly very wrong! Red Cliff is part of the Yangtze River, and it&#39;s so broad, you can&#39;t really see the other shore! Red Cliff production designer decided instead to make it look more like scenic Guilin in Guangxi, which is totally wrong! It certainly looks quite narrow for big naval battle!<br/><br/>Action choreography was boring, and stupid sometime! Action choreographer Corey Yuen seem not sure whether to design it as fantasy martial art form or realistic martial art form, and some scene is just ridiculous! Maybe they think audience taste is still stuck in the 70&#39;s Shaw Bros era! Most generals should be fighting while riding horses, but instead they walk and fight most of the time! Maybe they should be equipping their actors with better riding scale or use a stunt doubles!<br/><br/>Actor wise, mainland actor Zhang Feng-Yi (as Cao Cao) was the only outstanding one. Tony Leung Chiu Wai appeared tired. Takeshi Kaneshiro looked full of confident to the point of almost clueless! Lin Chi-Ling was more like a flower vase! The rest of the casts were just passable. Maybe there weren&#39;t much chances for them to shine as characterization were poor overall.<br/><br/>Red Cliff is an overall disappointment, either as drama or action movie! If one really interested in Romance of Three Kingdom, go read the book, or maybe rent or buy the China made series! Even the Japan made anime Yokoyama Mitsuteru Sangokushi is much better!<br/><br/>And I certainly won&#39;t waste my money for the Red Cliff part II!
  51. Any war picture in which the heroine stalls the villain with a quiet, painstaking tea ceremony until the wind shifts direction and the good guys can firebomb the bad guys into oblivion is too ineffably Zen not to love.
  52. The original Hong Kong Version of the first movie runs approx. 145 minutes, the complete International Version 143 minutes. One can do the math. Approx. 50 percent of each movie were cut out.  a5c7b9f00b
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