House of Flying Daggers
China, Hong Kong (HK), 2004, 119 minutes
House of Flying Daggers Synopsis

In 9th century China, a corrupt government wages war against a rebel army called the Flying Daggers. A romantic warrior breaks a beautiful rebel out of prison to help her rejoin her fellows, but things are not what they seem.

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Reviewed by Awilkes
Tremendous movie! So beautiful! So powerful! So dramatic! So moving! So entertaining! The nature shots are utterly stunning. Music is really beautiful. The plot is so rich and full of unexpected... more
Tremendous movie! So beautiful! So powerful! So dramatic! So moving! So entertaining! The nature shots are utterly stunning. Music is really beautiful. The plot is so rich and full of unexpected turns. I could ask for a better movie tonight. promise! I like the fact that there's no happy ending for this. Lost friendship, betrayal, lost love; welcome to reality in war.
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  • Watching The House of Flying Daggers, I am reminded of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and Hero because these three movies share the same “wire-fu” style of fighting. I love the cool weapons, knife throwing, swordfights and fistfights. Daggers, however, to me is more emotional because first, it was a love story and that was a pleasant surprise. What I love about Daggers is that the fighting took back seat even if was a great ride watching that brought us from one breathtaking scene to the next. Great cinematic effects, great audio and visuals and great actors…

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  • Watching The House of Flying Daggers, I am reminded of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and Hero because these three movies share the same “wire-fu” style of fighting. I love the cool weapons, knife throwing, swordfights and fistfights. Daggers, however, to me is more emotional because first, it was a love story and that was a pleasant surprise. What I love about Daggers is that the fighting took back seat even if was a great ride watching that brought us from one breathtaking scene to the next. Great cinematic effects, great audio and visuals and great actors…
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