The Myth
China, Hong Kong (HK), 2005, 118 minutes, SD
The Myth Synopsis

When a fellow scientist asks for Jack's help in locating the mausoleum of China's first emperor, the past collides violently with the present as Jack discovers his amazing visions are based in fact.

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Reviewed by nikkareyes
Who doesn't love Jackie Chan movies! I've seen countless films of this very funny actor and skillful martial artist and I'd say he gets better over the years!  This film... more
Who doesn't love Jackie Chan movies! I've seen countless films of this very funny actor and skillful martial artist and I'd say he gets better over the years!  This film is no exception and he's portraying two characters as well; one as a Qin Dynasty general tasked to protect the princess and the other is as an archeologist much like in the tradition of Indian Jones.  The fight scenes are impressive and I presume this film has a huge budget judging from the impressive costumes and legions of soldiers and other extras plus it spans countries for its location shoots like India.  Commendable performances by the rest of the cast notably Bollywood superstar Malika Sherawat.  Engaging to watch, do check this out. 
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Reviewed by josephcalingasa
As a long-time fan of martial arts and Jackie Chan, I'd say this film shows great promise!  Chan is at his best element here and offers something new from his... more
As a long-time fan of martial arts and Jackie Chan, I'd say this film shows great promise!  Chan is at his best element here and offers something new from his usual cop roles as he also portrays a Qin dynasty general here.  It's a great respite to see him fighting off enemies with a real weapon, a sword, as compared to his usual stunts and improvised weapons like a chair or a bamboo pole.  This is inflicted with the usual Jackie Chan stamp of humor, that makes itself felt on scenes and sometimes at unexpected sequences. Check this out especially if you're a huge Jackie Chan fan like me! 
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