Five years since his last movie CJ7, the Hong Kong comic genius is finally back. While Chow doesn’t make an appearance in the movie himself, his signature style is all over it. Think over-the-top slapstick humor that breaks the ice in some high-tension scenes.
Played by Wen Zhang, the character doesn’t have the larger-than-life personality that typically defines Chow’s leading roles. As a demon-hunter with almost no kung fu skills, Xuanzang is guided only by a firm belief in the inherent goodness of every evil. He strives to awaken the demons’ sense of innocence by singing from his treasured book of 300 Nursery Rhymes.
Of course, the solid plot, the talented actors and the immediate laughs are enough to ask from a trip to the cinema. But if you can appreciate the movie’s higher meaning, you get an extra bonus.
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