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Dragon Blade

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Set in China during the Han dynasty (206-220 AD), Dragon Blade follows Huo An, an official framed and enslaved for a crime he didn';t commit. Soon thereafter, however, he meets Roman soldier in Cusack';s Lucius and the pair begin to form an unlikely alliance.
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IMDb:
6
Quality:
HD
Duration:
127 min
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Stephen Whitty
Just about everyone seems to get slashed, carved up or skewered, and vengeance rains down upon all. Except, of course, the one villain who truly deserved it. The filmmaker.
September 04, 2015
Mike McCahill
Dragon Blade feels like a dispiriting way for even seasoned bargain-bin trawlers to be seeing in the New Year.
December 13, 2016
John Anderson
People are burned alive, crushed like insects, hurled from rooftops. They may not deserve all this. But neither do we.
September 03, 2015
Kevin Harley
Botched promise abounds, starting with the wasted potential of John Cusack's Roman and Jackie Chan's Chinese guard uniting against Brody's evil Tiberius.
December 12, 2016
Peter Bradshaw
There are nice moments, but this is pure bombast, and Chan's natural action flair is not given free rein.
January 14, 2016
David Aldridge
Chan brings martial artistry to the fight, Cusack his siege skills, and the the film overall is a mishmash of languages, styles and tones.
January 15, 2016
Mark Dujsik
For those who ever wondered what it would be like to see John Cusack and Jackie Chan engage in a swordfight (both of you), here is "Dragon Blade."
September 04, 2015
Nathan Rabin
In Dragon Blade, East meets West in a murky, mediocre muddle.
September 04, 2015
Gary Goldstein
It's kind of a mess. That more than 20 minutes have been trimmed for the stateside release may have hurt the film's coherence, but viewers will be thankful for the shorter sit.
September 03, 2015