A Chinese Odyssey: Part Three (2016) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
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Using the Pandora's Box, fairy Zixia (Tiffany Tang) saw into the future and learned of the destiny that awaits her. To prevent the tragedy from happening, she decides to go back in time and not let Joker (Han Geng) fall in love with her. However, fate keeps bringing them back together again, so she tries to escape Joker by marrying King Bull, which triggers a domestic dispute of celestial levels. Zixia's attempts to stem her love with Joker eventually uncover another hidden love story and a heavenly secret about the identity of the Monkey King.
|Product Title:||A Chinese Odyssey: Part Three (2016) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) 大話西遊 叁 (2016) (Blu-ray) (香港版) 大话西游 叁 (2016) (Blu-ray) (香港版) 大話西遊 叁 (2016) (Blu-ray) (香港版) A Chinese Odyssey: Part Three (2016) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)|
|Also known as:||大話西遊3 大话西游3|
|Artist Name(s):||Wu Jing (Actor) | Tiffany Tang (Actor) | Han Geng (Actor) | Gillian Chung (Actor) | Karen Mok (Actor) | Corey Yuen (Actor) | Hu Jing (Actor) | Juck Zhang (Actor) | He Jiong (Actor) | Huang Zheng (Actor) | Zhang Yao (Actor) | Wang Yi Bo (Actor) | Cho Seung Youn (Actor) | Zhou Yi Xuan (Actor) | Fei Er (Actor) | Xie Nan (Actor) | Chai Ge (Actor) 吳京 (Actor) | 唐嫣 (Actor) | 韓庚 (Actor) | 鍾欣潼 (Actor) | 莫文蔚 (Actor) | 元奎 (Actor) | 胡靜 (Actor) | 張超 (Actor) | 何炅 (Actor) | 黃征 (Actor) | 張瑤 (Actor) | 王 一博 (Actor) | 曹 承衍 (Actor) | 周 藝軒 (Actor) | 飛兒 (Actor) | 謝楠 (Actor) | 柴格 (Actor) 吴京 (Actor) | 唐嫣 (Actor) | 韩庚 (Actor) | 鍾欣潼 (Actor) | 莫文蔚 (Actor) | 元奎 (Actor) | 胡静 (Actor) | 张超 (Actor) | 何炅 (Actor) | 黄征 (Actor) | 张瑶 (Actor) | 王 一博 (Actor) | 曹 承衍 (Actor) | 周 艺轩 (Actor) | 飞儿 (Actor) | 谢楠 (Actor) | 柴格 (Actor) 呉京（ウー・ジン） (Actor) | 唐嫣（タン・ヤン／ティファニー・タン） (Actor) | 韓庚 （ハンギョン） (Actor) | 鍾欣桐 （ジリアン・チョン） (Actor) | 莫文蔚（カレン・モク） (Actor) | 元奎（コリー・ユン） (Actor) | Hu Jing (Actor) | 張超（チャン・チャオ） (Actor) | 何炅 （ホー・ジォン） (Actor) | Huang Zheng (Actor) | Zhang Yao (Actor) | Wang Yi Bo (Actor) | Cho Seung Youn (Actor) | Zhou Yi Xuan (Actor) | Fei Er (Actor) | Xie Nan (Actor) | Chai Ge (Actor) Wu Jing (Actor) | Tiffany Tang (Actor) | 한경 (Actor) | Gillian Chung (Actor) | Karen Mok (Actor) | Corey Yuen (Actor) | Hu Jing (Actor) | Juck Zhang (Actor) | He Jiong (Actor) | Huang Zheng (Actor) | Zhang Yao (Actor) | 왕 일박 (Actor) | 조 승연 (Actor) | 조 이쉔 (Actor) | Fei Er (Actor) | Xie Nan (Actor) | Chai Ge (Actor)|
|Director:||Jeff Lau 劉鎮偉 刘镇伟 劉鎮偉（ジェフ・ラウ） Jeff Lau|
|Producer:||Chen Liang | Lyu Jian Min | Marco Mak | Yang Zi Wei 陳亮 | 呂建民 | 麥子善 | 楊 子葦 陈亮 | 吕建民 | 麦子善 | 杨 子苇 Ｃｈｅｎ Ｌｉａｎｇ | Lyu Jian Min | 麥子善 （マルコ・マック） | Yang Zi Wei Chen Liang | Lyu Jian Min | Marco Mak | Yang Zi Wei|
|Blu-ray Region Code:||A - Americas (North, Central and South except French Guiana), Korea, Japan, South East Asia (including Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan) What is it?|
|Language:||Cantonese, Mandarin, Thai|
|Subtitles:||English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese|
|Country of Origin:||China|
|Picture Format:||NTSC, [HD] High Definition What is it?|
|Sound Information:||Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital 5.1|
|Disc Format(s):||Blu-ray, 25 GB - Single Layer|
|Screen Resolution:||1080p (1920 x 1080 progressive scan)|
|Video Codecs:||AVC (MPEG-4 Part 10)|
|Publisher:||Kam & Ronson Enterprises Co Ltd|
|Package Weight:||100 (g)|
|Shipment Unit:||1 What is it?|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1054685310|
- Making Of
In “A Chinese Odyssey Part Two: Cinderella,” to save the Monkey King, Daisy died in the Bull King’s Trident. She floated around the boundless universe. When Monkey King is falling in love, he will be severely tightened by the golden headband. He has to relinquish all his human desires including love and lonely pilgrimages for the Buddhist scriptures with his master Longevity Monk…
Daisy makes use of the Pandora’s Box to travel through time and space to foresee the future. Then, she returns to the past to stop Joker (Monkey King) loving her… 500 years ago, Daisy tried with great effort to let Joker fall in love with Bak Jing-jing, and not herself. However, she failed every time. So, she married with Bull King in order to escape Joker. When Princess Iron Fan knows that Bull King has to postpone the wedding ceremony so as to avoid her conflict with Daisy.
When Emperor Jode scheduling the route for pilgrim’s journey to the West to fetch the Buddhist scriptures, he writes Monkey King’s time of birth being late. So, the pilgrim’s team starts before Monkey King’s birth. Ignoring the wrong, Emperor Jade just lets it be and transmits the six-eared macaque to the earth being transformed into Monkey King. During Bull King’s wedding ceremony with Daisy, the six-eared macaque arrives on earth to conquer Bull King and the other demons. Then, Monkey King starts the mission to protect Longevity Monk for the pilgrim’s journey.
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More than twenty years after the release of the two-part A Chinese Odyssey back in 1995, director Jeff Lau makes a belated return to the series with A Chinese Odyssey: Part 3. With the first two instalments considered classics and being much beloved by Hong Kong film fans, continuing their legacy was always going to be a tall order, not least given the absence of original star Stephen Chow, whose comedy stylings were arguably crucial to their success. Given the unenviable task of taking his place is Han Geng (The Taking of Tiger Mountain), backed by Tiffany Tang (Bounty Hunters) and Wu Jing (Call of Heroes), who managed to propel the film to a solid box office performance during its Mid-Autumn Festival release.
The film's chaotic plot revolves around Pandora's Box, which Tiffany Tang's Zixia uses to look into the future, seeing a dire war coming between mankind and the gods. Desperate to prevent this from happening, she travels back in time, also hoping to try and stop Joker, the current human form of the Monkey King (Han Geng) from falling for her and to push him towards his supposed true love Bai Jingjing (Karen Mok). Needless to say, things don’t work out according to plan, with the Longevity Monk (Wu Jing) needing protection and various secrets and complicated relationships coming to light.
Coming so long after its predecessors, A Chinese Odyssey 3 is a bit of an odd one in many ways, especially given the absence of the original cast and the recent glut of other films making use of the Journey to the West and Monkey King source material. While to his credit Jeff Lau has managed to assemble a pretty impressive cast, Stephen Chow, Ng Man-Tat, Law Kar-Ying, Anthea Chu and others are sorely missed, and box office-friendly replacements like Han Geng and company give the film the feel of a Mainland reboot. To be fair, the newcomers all do their best, Han Geng basically turning in a passable Stephen Chow impression, Tiffany Tang being likeable enough, and it being fun to see Wu Jing in a rare comedy role. There's sufficient chemistry between them and the others to give the film an amiable air, and its many romantic twists and shenanigans are engaging, if not exactly moving.
Judged on its own merits, A Chinese Odyssey 3 is reasonably entertaining, at least for fans of Jeff Lau's scattershot style. Here, he goes for full-on mo lei tau, throwing in lots of pop culture references and nonsensical jokes, some of which work, some of which don’t – a couple of very odd stabs at Avatar in particular fall flat. Overall, the film’s gag hit ratio isn't too bad, and it is funny in places, at least a few of its wacky set pieces hitting their target, and this keeps it moving along at a jaunty pace. Although its CGI effects are strangely shabby, paling in comparison to other recent Monkey King-themed offerings, the film also benefits from some imaginative large-scale fantasy sequences, Lau doing a decent job of depicting its celestial locations. A fair amount of action similarly helps, and though there's nothing too spectacular, Lau works in a handful of creative battle scenes and magical duels, which again ensure that the film is never boring.
It was never likely that A Chinese Odyssey 3 was ever going to reach the heights of the first two in the series, and given these lowered expectations, Jeff Lau hasn't done too badly with this tardy third instalment. Though its necessity is debatable, the film manages enough laughs and fantasy foolishness to justify its existence, and the new cast members make for a respectably cheerful tribute act.
by James Mudge - EasternKicks.com