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The Great Wall

This film is directed by Zhang Yimou (Hero, House of Flying Daggers) having world known actor Matt Damon starring, is the first film by this Yimou producted in English, though it was entirely shot in China. He involved Pedro Pascal, Jing Tian, Andy Lou and Willem Dafoe in starring in it.
Duration: 104 min
Quality: HD
Release: 2016
IMDb: 5.9
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Armond White
March 01, 2017 In these days when so-called resistance, from D.C. to the streets, uses dishonorable methods, The Great Wall offers a conscientious reminder of artistic principle, the respite of an aesthetically powerful comic book.
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John Serba
March 09, 2017 As ambitious as it is flat.
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Alex Doenau
February 23, 2017 It's too late to call The Great Wall an expensive failure, but it's not likely to leave many satisfied viewers in its wake.
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Sean Burns
March 01, 2017 A splashy, old-fashioned monster movie stupid enough to amuse audiences from any culture that enjoys watching folks fight giant lizards.
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James Berardinelli
February 19, 2017 If this is the future for motion pictures, god help us all.
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J. R. Jones Chicago Reader
February 23, 2017 Its epic imagery - the rows of soldiers, the rain of spears, the surging forces - is undercut by the Saturday-matinee cheesiness of the concept.
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Craig Mathieson
February 24, 2017 Zhang is more interested in ceremonies than combat sequences. Ranks of soldiers in exotic uniforms march into position atop battlements, while both feast and funeral are played out as spectacles.
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Bilge Ebiri
February 17, 2017 As pure spectacle, The Great Wall is absolutely dazzling.
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Kaori Shoji Japan Times
April 12, 2017 The battle scenes are spectacularly choreographed, and the narrative hinges on a Westerner who shifts his own perspective from being self-centred to self-sacrificing.
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David Keyes Cinemaphile.org
March 13, 2017 Special effects gurus are tasked with the rescue of a plot that is set adrift with moronic simplicity.
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Peter Travers
February 17, 2017 What a bummer that all Chinese master Zhang Yimou and Hollywood star Matt Damon come up with is a B-level creature feature with delusions of grandeur.
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Matthew Toomey
March 04, 2017 The real stars of this film are the Chinese actors. 28-year-old Jing Tian is wonderful as a female leader within the Order who commands a strong presence.
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Amy Glynn
February 23, 2017 In other words, it's another tedious special-effects-fest that has flimsy wisps of completely pat and predictable story blowing around interminable swaths of stuff that would 100% kill people but doesn't, and none of the characters are that interesting.
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Jon Espino
February 27, 2017 The film feels so far removed from the Zhang I have grown up respecting that it feels like it is less his film and more the product of heavy Hollywood studio influencing.
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Eric D. Snider
February 23, 2017 Zhang is all about the spectacle.... He delivers this with gusto, unconcerned with whether the finer points of the narrative make sense.
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David Nusair Reel Film Reviews
April 07, 2017 The Great Wall's unevenness is never more apparent than in its proliferation of less-than-engrossing subplots...
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John Beifuss
February 28, 2017 Zhang's enviable eye for color and composition is somewhat occluded by the gargantuan scale; still, he finds beauty in the chaos (a climactic interior action sequence is splashed with rainbow beams from stained-glass windows).
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Peter Travers Rolling Stone
February 17, 2017 What a bummer that all Chinese master Zhang Yimou and Hollywood star Matt Damon come up with is a B-level creature feature with delusions of grandeur.
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Walter Chaw Film Freak Central
March 28, 2017 Gloriously, fantastically stupid from beginning to end, Fifth Generation legend Zhang Yimou's The Great Wall is also, you know, not terrible on the grand scale of terrible things.
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Damien Straker
February 27, 2017 This should have been a much richer or at least exciting adventure.
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Rain Jokinen SFist
March 23, 2017 The Great Wall is not a groundbreaking film by any means, but at least it's fun
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Alison Willmore
February 17, 2017 To watch it is to be aware of how little movies this size have to do with art and how much they are product, the result of a calculation involving actorly appeal and spectacle, because spectacle, not story, has the... most universal draw.
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J. R. Jones
February 23, 2017 Its epic imagery - the rows of soldiers, the rain of spears, the surging forces - is undercut by the Saturday-matinee cheesiness of the concept.
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Christopher Orr The Atlantic
March 27, 2017 Zhang's moments of visual splendor-a battalion of hot-air balloonists, the queen-monster and her royal guard of fan-frilled monstrosities-are weighed down by a script and performances almost dutiful in their dullness.
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Alistair Harkness
February 23, 2017 A fairly goofy monster movie that manages to seem bloated even with a running time of less than 90 minutes.
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Alex Lines
March 01, 2017 With such a big canvas to lay such cliched material upon, The Great Wall really does feel like placing a Big Mac upon gold plated silverware.
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John Serba MLive.com
March 09, 2017 As ambitious as it is flat.
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Rick Kisonak
February 23, 2017 Ultimately, a handful of eye-popping Yimou flourishes can't compensate for filmmaking so line-toeing and occasionally cartoonish that it makes the idea of a wall between Hollywood and Chinese interests actually sound kinda great.
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Amy Nicholson MTV
February 17, 2017 Damon's wild-haired gringo claims to have soldiered under "many flags," which would explain his shape-shifting accent that's Irish except for when it sounds beamed from Mars.
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Amy Nicholson
February 17, 2017 Damon's wild-haired gringo claims to have soldiered under "many flags," which would explain his shape-shifting accent that's Irish except for when it sounds beamed from Mars.
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Jim Lane
March 02, 2017 Director Zhang Yimou, the darling of art-house cinemas the world over, tries his hand at a fantasy adventure epic and achieves only low camp, albeit with his customary eye for brilliant color and striking tableaux.
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James Berardinelli ReelViews
February 19, 2017 If this is the future for motion pictures, god help us all.
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Alison Willmore BuzzFeed News
February 17, 2017 To watch it is to be aware of how little movies this size have to do with art and how much they are product, the result of a calculation involving actorly appeal and spectacle, because spectacle, not story, has the... most universal draw.
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David Keyes
March 13, 2017 Special effects gurus are tasked with the rescue of a plot that is set adrift with moronic simplicity.
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Anthony Morris
February 23, 2017 Everything is competent, but rarely impressive.
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Jay Horton
February 23, 2017 [At first,] we learn the Great Wall of China was originally erected to protect the Chinese from marauding forces embodying the depths of human greed. Shortly afterward, we realize The Great Wall was made for precisely opposite reasons.
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