Posts Tagged ‘Legend of Zu’

Cast from the Past: Podcast On Fire 19 – Guilty Pleasures Revealed

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The next Cast From The Past (a series of shows lost from our iTunes feed and website) from 2008 features Stoo, Kenny B and Adam Torel. Talking last movies watched (including Mad Detective), Thailand’s Chocolate where disabilities are fight concepts, listener questions and the big theme: Guilty pleasures.

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Legend of Zu (2001)

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A big budget Fantasy Martial Arts flick with a reasonable younger cast compared to 1983’s Zu Warriors from the Magic Mountain.

Dawn (Cecilia Cheung), the head of the Kun Lun Sect. Although she has been naughty and has fallen in love with her disciple, King Sky (Ekin Cheng). The young couple are soon parted when the evil demon, Insomnia destroys the Kun Lun sector and kills Dawn. King easily gets out numbered, retreats and goes into hiding…

200 years later, King Sky is brought out from his hiding when he meets Red (Louis Koo). Both King & Red come across Insomnia, whom has grown even more powerful and has revealed the plan of him wanting to destroy the mountains of Zu, including the Omei Clan.

King & Red meet the Omei Clan leader, Whitebrows (played by Sammo Hung, reprising his role from the first Zu Warriors Movie). King is suddenly struck when he meets, Enigma. Enigma is one of Whitebrows students and she is the reincarnation of Dawn, although King hasn’t faced the fact that Dawn is gone.

King & Red agree to help Whitebrows to contain Insomnia, whilst he looks for a new weapon to conquer Insomnia… Read the rest of this entry »

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