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    Reign of Assassins

    Drizzle/Zeng Jing tries to start a new life after being counseled by a monk. But sheĀ must, again, take up the sword of the assassin when her former partners-in-crime come to demand that she hand over the remains of a famous monk. Ā  Ā 
    Duration: 117 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2010
    IMDb: 6.8
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  • Actors of "Reign of Assassins"

  • Directors of "Reign of Assassins"

    Chao-Bin Su. Director of Reign of Assassins
    Chao-Bin Su
  • Creators of "Reign of Assassins"

    Chao-Bin Su. Director of Reign of Assassins
    Chao-Bin Su
  • Critic Reviews of "Reign of Assassins"

    Philip French Observer (UK)
    February 17, 2013

    After a decent enough opening it becomes a fairly ordinary affair, the principal attraction residing in the heroine's weirdly flexible sword.

    Jamie Healy Radio Times
    February 15, 2013

    A female warrior attempts to leave her killing days behind in this polished but overblown Chinese period swordplay adventure.

    Allan Hunter Daily Express (UK)
    February 15, 2013

    The flashing blades and swirling choreography of the endless fight scenes and the charisma of Yeoh keep you engaged but the end result falls far short of her Crouching Tiger triumph a decade ago.

    Anton Bitel Eye for Film
    February 15, 2013

    the film uses its wire-fu trappings to allegorise Buddhist notions of self-transformation in a world of illusions. Throw in some inventive chopsocky tempered by romance, and you have a fatalistic wuxia about the martial pursuit of a "normal life".

    Peter Bradshaw Guardian
    February 14, 2013

    A John Woo-chaperoned, Michelle Yeoh-starring martial arts adventure is a bit run-of-the-mill.

    Jennifer Tate ViewLondon
    February 14, 2013

    Although it drags on a little too long, this Chinese martial arts flick is thoroughly entertaining, thanks to its even pace, strong performances and impressive choreography.

    Owen Williams Empire Magazine
    February 11, 2013

    Come for the crunching fight sequences and balletic wire-fu, stay for some surprisingly affecting character moments.

    Eddie Harrison The List
    February 11, 2013

    There's little about Chao-Bin's other work to suggest the splendidly choreographed ballets of swordplay that feature here, with Woo's dexterous hand obvious in the fight scenes.

    Stephen Kelly Total Film
    February 04, 2013

    This is fun and well-paced with fight sequences that, while not exactly screaming "Woo", still manage to dance off the screen.

    Thomas Caldwell Cinema Autopsy
    July 09, 2011

    Reign of Assassins offers plenty of exciting sequences, but it frustratingly never fully delivers what it promises to.

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