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  • Sep 23, 2010
Cecilia Cheung makes good for the film's many flaws. Still a fun flick.
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September 23, 2010
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review by . September 09, 2010
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      THE WHITE DRAGON   Despite what others may think this is not the 1968 version at all, in fact that one had a male White Dragon. In the case of this film the Dragon title goes to the lovely Cecilia Cheung, so as you can see this is a different film. Now with that said I can tell you that this is a very fun film and you should know that going in. I have been around some people expecting this to be some epic because of the cover art. Needless to say they were surprised …
Quick Tip by . September 22, 2010
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   “The White Dragon” or "Fei hap siu baak lung" is an enjoyable movie that non fans should find the humor in. of course it could just be I like silly flicks like this, I don’t know.
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Hong Kong director Wilson Yip had made his first foray into costume movies with kung-fu action romance The White Dragon, starring Cecilia Cheung, Francis Ng and Andy On.

A remake of Wong Fung' s 1968 classic of the same name, the film tells the story of Phoenix Black (Cheung) a talented student singer who falls in love with a prince (Andy On). One day, a legendary swordswoman, the White Dragon, comes crashing into Phoenix' s life and, believing that she' s about to die, transfers all her powers to the young student. These new skills soon come in handy when blind assassin Chicken Feathers (Francis Ng) threatens the prince' s life.

The story eventually develops into a love triangle when Phoenix is forced to spend time with Chicken Feathers and the two adversaries start to understand each other a little better.

Yip has given the film a more comedic twist than the original and also attempted to bring the classic story up to date for modern-day audiences. Despite its Ming Dynasty setting, the film is peppered with pop culture references. However, the action sequences, overseen by Ma Yuk-sing (Enter The Phoenix, Big Bullet), recall the old school martial arts of the 1980s rather than the special effects-heavy style of today.
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Genre: Action, Adventure
Release Date: January 1, 2003
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Runtime: 1hr 33min
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