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505Re: Sun Bin on the big screen

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  • kueikutzu
    May 5, 2011
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      BTW, the story line is so confusing that even the Variety reviewer thought that the woman warrior was a princess, rather than going to be married to the King.

      --- In Sun_Tzu@yahoogroups.com, "kueikutzu" <kueikutzu@...> wrote:
      > Briefly
      > The story, plot holes, random ridiculousness (the famous horse race becomes a chariot race with Sun Bin driving one of the chariots)
      > Pang Juan's sister has the hots for Sun Bin
      > The whole point of the death of Pang Juan is lost.
      > Sun Bin's death is utter rubbish
      > By making the character of Sun Bin such a fool, his descent into madness seems merely a little more rather than a descent (he is played like "Rain Man" BEFORE his betrayal)
      > The woman warrior was quite fetching and acted descently. The only plus in the whole thing.
      > Feh.
      > --- In Sun_Tzu@yahoogroups.com, "cispro888" <cispro888@> wrote:
      > >
      > > > I saw it Briefly
      > > >
      > > > Ma Ma Fu Fu
      > >
      > > Why was it "Ma Ma Fu Fu"?
      > >
      > > fwiw, there is an older version of this storyline. The English name was "Battle of the Minds" I think!? It was produced in Taiwan about 1969. I thought it was ok. I gave it a strong C+. You might find it on KYLIN channel.
      > >
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