Musa The Warrior

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Original Name  武士
Starring  Jung Woo-Sung, Joo Jin-Mo, Ahn Sung-Gi, Zhang Zi Yi, Park Jung-Hak, Park Yong-Woo
Director  Kim, Sung Su
Screen Format  Wide Screen
Video Format  NTSC - DVD
Audio  Dolby Digital 5.1 / DTS
Language  Cantonese, Korean
Subtitles  English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese
Year  2003
Running Time  133 Minutes
Genre  Action
Version  Hong Kong
  Category III
For persons aged 18 or above only.
PAX-Code PAX0000056865
Catalog No.  VED19104
Item Code  4893524191042


In 1375, China was in a state of chaos because of fighting between the Yuan and Ming Dynasties. The Koryo dynasty sent a delegation to make peace with Ming. However, the delegation were accused of spying and sent in exile to a desert. General CHOI Jung decides to return to Korea. Out of expectation, they meet Ming’s princess Furong who has been kidnapped and fall in love with CHOI Jung. He decides to rescue her, but his warriors disagree his decision. Now they must choose. Give up Furong or fight to the death together


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Aljalawi (4) on 30, Oct. 2005 11:19 (HKT)

Musa the Warrior, This Korean epic it\'s about an brave tale in era of the strongest ... All the elements of this film should be an great entrance\'s creativeness from the biggest & the greatest gate of the seventh art\'s , also that gate must be opens & specially for Korean-Cinema only! to given another arts a dose of dramatic realism through this film! actually , the historical exquisite cinematography characteristic has been found in Korea after this film \"of course\"!!

(( MUSA )) is a great film that combined the same appealing attributes of war and bravery in historical films.


HOT & GREAT congratulations of us to Korean-Cinema :-)

(( must see and must own ))

NOTE: The running Time for this version is (130) mins , where the original version is (155) mins.

(c)-Abu Jarrah.
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backstepprogram (15) on 14, Aug. 2004 21:18 (HKT)
As Good As It Gets!
Apparently, from several of the internet and media reviews associated to this Korean film, much has been already said regarding the amount of time (5 years) and money (over $60 million) spent on completing this epic, and I find that a tremendous disservice. Instead, reviewers should be concentrating on discussing the story: it is epic in scope (Koreans \"trapped\" behind enemy lines trying to return home with their dignity restored find an unlikely ally in their inadvertant rescue of an already kidnapped princess); the cinematography is breathtaking (it appears as if every single shot was composed specifically to contain all possibly relevant elements); and the acting is absolutely superb. MUSA is not the squeamish; be forewarned that the several action pieces are relatively bloody -- similar to a SAVING PRIVATE RYAN pre-industrial civilization time period -- but they are astonishing to behold. This film is a stunner, through and through. While the climax arguably goes on a tad too long, the layers of complexity wrought throughout several interwoven plotlines are all resolved.

In short, MUSA is the film dreams are born from.
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Anonymous on 26, Apr. 2004 04:22 (HKT)
MUSA is the best!!!
i really love this movie! it\'s soo cool..! everything single detail is paid attention to.. from the armors to the weapons to the fight scenes..! the story is very interesting as well. cinematography is great! the fight scenes especially caught my attention. their styles are all very good.. there aren\'t any stupid stances or movements that are too fake.. the only thing that bothers me is the title.. \"musa: the warrior\" i think that musa IS warrior already.. so it\'s kind of redundant.
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Steven K on 23, Jan. 2004 06:34 (HKT)
I watched this yesterday!
Its really good film, great camera angles, Very impressive martial arts. I liked it very much. I brought it at Best Buy.
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Anonymous on 21, Aug. 2003 23:09 (HKT)
As good as Hero?
Musa the Warrior is one of the better movies I have seen this year. The plot is interesting and a lot of (violent) action scenes are shown. Unfortunately Zhang Zi does not play her role very well as I think. So my favourite remains Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon followed by HERO and then Musa.
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