Jumat, 03 Desember 2010

Detective Dee : Sherlock Holmes From China

One more movie is lifted from the history of imperial China. Taking the background of 690 years BC, when Emperor Wu Zetian (Carina Lau) in power. Before the official coronation ceremony, the only female emperor who ever ruled in China were ordered Detective Dee (Andi Lau) to investigate the mysterious death of a Chinese high court officials.

At the same time, the emperor also ordered Shatuo (Tony Leung Ka Fai) to make 75 meters tall Buddha statue as a symbol of power of the emperor. At the site of the Buddha statue is the beginning of mysterious deaths began. Assisted by Wan'er (Li Bingbing) and Donglai (Deng Chao), Detective Dee began investigating the case that shook the palace.

Conflict and intrigue coloring during fact-finding investigation. Mutual suspicion between the investigators also occur when certain facts and assumptions begin to open. One by one instructions from the results collected by a clear and managed to catch the perpetrators.

Detective Dee dibesut by Tsui Hark Jet Li's successful drive in the Wong Fei Hung (1991) and Once Upon a Time in China II (1992). By the end of the film that is difficult to guess, the director managed to make a movie that was appointed on the basis of Chinese folk hero named In this Renjie be an interesting spectacle.

Dee Detective ways and methods to reveal the data in the field, reminiscent of Sherlock Holmes. Both have a similarity in exposing cases of crime. Thorough, have a strong instinct and using unusual methods.

For movie lovers mandarin, this film is very worthy to be compulsory viewing. In addition to historical background, such as the director takes you into the film's atmosphere. Depictions of the bustling Chinese port and detail kedigdayaan imperial China was clearly illustrated in this film. As I dive into a focused mind to analyze the end of the movie like anything, you'll also find some funny scenes that can be seen from 3 November 2010.

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