The House Of Flying Daggers

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  1. Juan MacLean

    Juan MacLean New Member

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    House Of Flying Daggers > Croucing Tiger Hidden Dragon > Hero > .*

    It was so beautiful. And fucking :cool:

    See it when it hits your town!
     
  2. mugenprelude

    mugenprelude Guest

    I can't wait! I know it's out on vcd, but I'll wait for the dvd.
     
  3. Jaycee0521

    Jaycee0521 New Member

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    It was, at most ok... unless youre into the... "Oh she died... oh wait! she's alive!!!! Oh no... she's dead... holy crap! she's alive...!" at this point the whole theater was laughing...

    Hero and CTHD were way better.
     
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    I am waiting for it to come out on DVD...
     
  5. GoodKnight

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    Huh, what, who, where??
     
  6. speaking of laughing, when i watched the movie there was this one guy at the theater who read out loud every single line that appeared, and in a slow annoying manner, as if he just learned to read. when that dying not dying then finally really dying scene came on, he laughed so hard he choked on his food and had to be taken to the hospital.

    not a lie.
     
  7. Shinto

    Shinto Guest

    It was okay.. not the best. Visually it's beautiful. EXCEPT............ Andy Lau wore the same Constable uniform throughout the entire film while the rest of the cast changed outfits.

    **MINOR SPOILER**





    Whil Takeshi Kaneshiro was shooting the arrows to save Mei from the four play-a-long Constables, I was like, "WTF Legolas?!"
     
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