Stephen Chow A Chinese Odyssey Series

Stephen Chow A Chinese Odyssey Series

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Original Name  周星馳西遊記系列套裝
Official Release Date Sep 11, 2008
Starring Stephen Chow, Athena Chu, Law Kar Ying, Ng Man Tat
Director Jeff Lau
Screen Format 1.85:1
Video Format AVC
Audio Dolby Digital 5.1
Language Mandarin, Cantonese
Subtitles Chinese, English, Japanese, Korean
Running Time 188 Mins
Genre Action
Version  Hong Kong
  Category IIB
Not suitable for young persons and children.
PAX-Code PAX0002377552
Catalog No.  IVL160158
Item Code  4891670160158


  • 1080p / Interactive menu
  • Capacity: 25GB Dual Layer

track listing

A Chinese Odyssey I Pandora Box / 西遊記1之月光寶盒A Chinese Odyssey II Cinderella / 西遊記2之仙履奇緣


A Chinese Odyssey I Pandora Box (Run. Time 88 Min.):The adventures of the Longevity Monk & his disciple, the playful Monkey King is portrayed in this fascinating Chinese epic. Punished by the gods, they are sent down to earth reincarnated as mortals. An ambitious, highly-produced costume fable based upon the folk legend "Journey to the West," which finds the playful, once-divine Monkey King (now reborn in a human form) employing a mysterious time-travel device (the titular box) in his quest to shed his human feet of clay. A showcase for the comic gifts of the rubber-faced and nimble Chow, with plenty of dramatic interest, special effects, and martial arts action. A Chinese Odyssey II Cinderella (Run. Time 100 Min.):Continuation of the adventures of the time-traveling, now-human Monkey King, who attempts to fulfill his divine destiny.The Joker travels back in time to save his beloved, the reformed devil Boney M. But instead of going back to the right place and right time, he finds himself stranded in a chasm five hundred years back. There, the Joker is destined to meet Cinderella, a woman who will change his life forever. He is to fall madly in love with her and yet deny it. He is also to witness and relive the scene of the Monkey King being subdued by the Goddess Of Happiness. The Joker is to become the Monkey King again but he is unwilling to follow Monkey King's footsteps. But can he really take over his own destiny and resist Divine Providence?

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Total votes:5

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gundamalpha (181) on 12, Dec. 2011 16:08 (HKT)
Best Stephen Chow movie.
I just started into BD and this is on top of my list. It's so good that I can even memorized the dialogues after watching so many times, and still not tired of it. The BD incarnation definitely improves the watching experience, whether you have watched it or not.
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akhim24 (106) on 17, Feb. 2011 23:33 (HKT)

very funny movie, like it so much
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sweetiecat13 (110) on 05, Jan. 2011 18:55 (HKT)
The Best ever by Stephen....
The best movie from Stephen chow till date,A must have boxset for his crazy Fans.Story & acting is fantastic...2nd to Bluray quality..
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MrDH (1) on 08, Jun. 2010 17:17 (HKT)
the Korean subtitles are totally CRAP!!
I'm biggest fan of Stephen Chow, and "A Chinese Odyssey" is one of my favorite movie. But the Korean subtitles are totally CRAP!! you can 'never' understand the movie with this subtitles. strange grammar, strange spelling. What was worse, 'wife' is translated into 'sister'. OMG! I really really disappointed..
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shinogu (6) on 17, Mar. 2010 09:28 (HKT)
Pretty.... good...
Having "A Chinese Odyssey" on Blu-ray was a nice novelty for me, if anything. The english subtitles have serious grammatical errors, which is probably to be expected. I grew up watching this movie many times so I know the story, but it'd be a problem for people without any chinese know-how. The picture quality is pretty good, at any rate.
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