Written June 01, 2016
it was okay. the script was elementary. to much sex and blood. really did not capture all the essence of the old kung fu movies. kind of added twist of comic book style. to many scenes that really did not capture the martial art movements you could not really see the moves. i would wait for the dvd. i started yawning half way into the movie and some people left out of the theater. It was an okay movie could have been better. I give mad props to Rza though. Practice makes perfect.
Written May 25, 2015
This is, by far, among the worst movies commercially released to the domestic market this year, and I've seen hundreds. Do not be fooled by the talent billing. A good bet would be if it were even a remote possibility, they'd one or all buy this movie and destroy it, rather than have anyone see such a bad example of their work. This dismal waste of millions of dollars masquerading as a commercial entertainment product can only be blamed on its producers, since there are no other notable personal contributions elsewhere, including set decoration. Save your money. This one's so awful, it makes last year’s “Conan” re-release look Oscar worthy.
Written September 24, 2016
If you have been a Wu Tang fan you will love it, if you watched the old martial arts movies you will get it, if you want to see Russel Crowe having a lot of fun in a role he would'nt normally do, you will enjoy it. A lot of humor, a lot of blood, hot chicks and great fight scenes. Dope.
Written May 28, 2016
Vary graphic with visual effects but they were good! The short scenes that protrayed each clan could of been more elaborate. They could of gotten rid of all the hip-hop music for the movie. This movie is not for children! The movie was to short. Overall, I would rate this movie as a GO.
Written December 06, 2016
The movie plays things relatively straight, acknowledging clichés without the winking irony in which modern homages usually indulge. As such, it’s giddy fun — a well-made genre picture that sends up its influences even as it clearly reveres them.
Cory Yuen’s wirework choreography is consistently creative, the swift pacing—propelled by RZA’s score—masks an underdeveloped plot, and even Russel Crowe seems to be enjoying himself for the first time in years.
You’ll be disappointed if you’re expecting something other than a gonzo, ultra-violent throwback spectacle. But anyone who’s sat through enough of those knows that it’s no small accomplishment to make exploitation that’s actually entertaining.
Like I said, if you enjoy Saturday Afternoon Kung Foo Theater then this movie is a must-go!!