In all honesty, China doesn't need an airline. If you think this is a ridiculous statement, then all you have to do is watch this movie. Almost everyone in the movie flies and floats at the drop of a hat. The actual title of the movie is Once Upon A Time In China - 3, changed to The Warrior to make it simple and catchy.
This is a story that revolves around the famous dragon festival, and its importance
and significance in the Chinese culture and history. To participate in this
festival is a matter of great honor and pride. In ancient China, special cultural
groups were formed for this purpose. These groups spent their time preparing
for the festival. The rewards for winning were high, and this led to it turning
from an entertaining game to a violent battle for supremacy.
Our hero Jet Li belongs to one of these cultural clubs that participates in
the annual dragon festival. And he is the one who decides to put an end to
this dangerous game. As he goes about doing this, he finds time to fall in love
and also save the emperor's life.
Hardcore Jet Li fans will love this movie. It has all usual ingredients - loads
of action and stunts. The only thing that baffle you are the gravity-defying
martial arts. Each and every fight is fought in mid-air. An impassioned plea
to the Chinese: Please, please share this secret of flying with the rest of
the world. It can help reduce air traffic and crashes.
In a nutshell, this is a tolerable movie that you can sit through without much strain on your grey