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Journey to the West: The Demons Strike BackAfter killing Miss Duan in the last story, Monkey King is now tamed by Tang Sanzang and has become one of his disciples. The movie follows Tang Sanzang and his three disciples as they begin their journey west, battling demons along the way.Keywords:
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Directors of "Journey to the West: The Demons Strike Back"Hark TsuiBirthdate: 15 February 1950, Saigon, Vietnam [now Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam]
Creators of "Journey to the West: The Demons Strike Back"Stephen ChowBirthdate: 22 June 1962, Hong KongSi-Cheun Lee
Critic Reviews of "Journey to the West: The Demons Strike Back"Jesse Hassenger AV ClubFebruary 03, 2017
If anything, Demons Strike Back is an even zanier and more kid-friendly affair than the Chow original. Yet without Chow's unique strain of silliness, it also feels louder and more antic while covering less ground.Scout Tafoya RogerEbert.comFebruary 03, 2017
A madcap success on its own bizarre terms and an informative distillation of each auteur's sensibility.Simon Abrams Village VoiceFebruary 02, 2017
A rare character-driven big-budget action-adventure - the kind of thing Americans might love if they knew it existed.Clarence Tsui Hollywood ReporterFebruary 02, 2017
All spectacle and little substance, a stop-gap title produced perhaps to keep the brand going while the producers search for a way to bring the series forward.Avi Offer NYC Movie GuruApril 04, 2017
Mildly entertaining with dazzling visual spectacle, but more silly, exhausting and outrageous rather than fun or funny.Roger Moore Movie NationMarch 02, 2017
impressive effects, feeble laughs, incoherent storyJake Wilson The Age (Australia)February 08, 2017
This time round, though, there's more high-spirited whimsy than laugh-out-loud humour.Daniel Eagan Film Journal InternationalFebruary 06, 2017
Blockbuster sequel to Stephen Chow's Conquering the Demons has more action than comedy.Boon Chan The Straits Times (Singapore)February 01, 2017
There is a wild and joyous abandon to the film-making that calls to mind Tsui's early work, Zu Warriors From The Magic Mountain.Edmund Lee South China Morning PostJanuary 29, 2017
While [the film] is never less than watchable, it's hard to shake the impression that Tsui [Hark] has partly ditched - or maybe failed to replicate - [Stephen] Chow's irreverent sense of humour.
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