A Chinese Ghost Story III (1998) China
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Director:Hark Tsui, Siu-Tung Ching
Studio:Tai Seng
Producer:Ging-man Cho
Writer:Roy Szeto
Rating:4.0 (34 votes)
Rated:Unrated
Date Added:2010-02-25
ASIN:6305020892
UPC:9786305020899
Price:$29.95
Genre:Action & Adventure
Release:1998-05-26
Duration:104
Picture Format:Widescreen
Sound:Dolby
Languages:Cantonese, Mandarin Chinese
Subtitles:English, Japanese, Georgian, Thai
Hark Tsui, Siu-Tung Ching  ...  (Director)
Roy Szeto  ...  (Writer)
 
Jacky Cheung  ...  
Shun Lau  ...  
Siu-Ming Lau  ...  
Yuk-Ting Lau  ...  
Tony Leung Chiu Wai  ...  
Moon-Tong Lau  ...  Cinematographer
Marco Mak  ...  Editor
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Summary: Wonderful film. I first watched this when it came out in theaters and remains one of my favorites. This integrates the right amount of magical fighting and romance, even humor into a movie. Joey Wong has improved on her acting since the first, Jackie Cheung and Tony Leung make quite the comical pair. Tony's naivete as a monk and Joey's advances are well played out. Lo Lo (demon woman/man) is even more evil although less tongue lashing.
If you can enjoy a movie that does NOT depend on martial arts this is definitely for you. And just because there were no martial arts there are other visuals to entertain you (more scenes of the evil Chinese ghost girls doing their thing), the beautiful use of the costumes and colors, the images of Lo Lo in the ending. Some aspects will bring back similar scenes from Ghost Story 1--but it doesn't do anything negative to the movie.