Awesome Fight Scene for the Martial Arts Film DETECTIVE DEE

MovieVideos by Joey Paur

Indomina Releasing has given us an awesome new fight scene clip from their upcoming martial arts film Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame. I recently watched the movie at Los Angeles Film Festival and I loved it. We don't see many films like this hit the U.S. market these days, but Detective Dee is hitting theaters next week, and if it's released in a theater near you I suggest you check it out because I think it will blow you away. There were some amazing innovative fight sequences, and the setting of the film was awesomely epic! This film plays out like a martial arts asian version of Sherlock Holmes, only I enjoyed this more that Guy Ritichie's re-imagining

Here's what I had to say in my review, "Director Hark Tsui has created one hell of a visually stunning movie with massive settings. In terms of the films tone, it actually reminded me a little bit of The Lord of the Rings. The film also has a good amount of humor to help lighten up the mood. The fight choreography was simply amazing, most of the stuff in the film really blew me away. I love when martial arts films get inventive with kicking ass, and this movie excels at that. The fight sequences are beautifully breathtaking." Click here to read my full review of the film

Here's the synopsis for the film:

A period epic from genre master Tsui Hark (Seven Swords), DETECTIVE DEE is an action-packed, visually breathtaking Sherlock Holmes-style mystery starring some of China's top acting talent: Andy LauBingbing LiCarina Lau, and Tony Leung Ka-fai. Nominated for Best Special Effects at the 2011 Asian Film Awards and stunningly choreographed by master Sammo Hung, this intricately plotted whodunit is set in an exquisitely realized steampunk version of ancient China. On the eve of her coronation as Empress (Carina Lau, 2046), China's most powerful woman is haunted by a chilling murder mystery: seven men under her command have burst into flames, leaving behind only black ash and skeletal bones. Recognizing this threat to her power, she turns to the infamous Dee Renjie (Andy Lau,Infernal AffairsHouse Of Flying Daggers): a man whose unparalleled wisdom is matched only by his martial arts skills. As he battles a series of bizarre dangers, he unveils a chilling truth that places his life, and the future of an entire dynasty, in peril.

The film is set to be released on September 2nd 2011. Check out the new film clip for the film below, and I've also included the trailer. Check it out and tell us what you think!

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