Let The Bullets Fly is a whole new action adventure film that will come to theaters on March 2nd 2012. Let The Bullets Fly is written and directed by Jiang Wen who wrote the screenplay with so much intent. It was said that Wen went over 30 drafts before he was actually satisfied with it. This film will give fans of action films a new movie to enjoy. Here are some things to look forward to with “Let The Bullets Fly”
This new movie is a story that is set in China during the Warring Era. In 1920 Zhang Mazi, also known as the bandit “Pocky” works with other bandits to ambush a conman named, Tang. This conman has taken the identity of the Governor Ma Bangde. Pocky then commits to the job by taking the conman’s place and become the local governor. The conman then becomes Pocky’s counselor while his wife poses as Zhang’s wife. Zhang then arrives in a difficult situation since the local mobster Master Huang tries his best to oppose him. This mobster has his very own citadel where he receives and overlooks the town’s movements. Master Huang has financial dealings with the previous governor but he is not in the business of sharing his wealth with a conman. The rise to fame and riches brings together a deadly mind game between Pocky and Huang. Who will win and at what cost is truly the question to be answered in this new film: Let The Bullets Fly.
Let The Bullets Fly consist of noted actors who worked together to create a wonderful and mysterious story. They are namely: Chow Yun-Fat as Master Huang, Jiang Wen as Pocky or Zhang and Ge You as Tang. These actors are also joined by Ge You, Jiang Wu, Liao Fan, Zhou Yun and Zhang Mo. Let The Bullets Fly is produced by Beijing Bu Yi Le Hu Film Company, China Film Group and Emperor Motion Pictures. Let The Bullets Fly was originally released in China on December 16th 2010. On March 2nd 2012 it can be experienced by movie fans in the country and get a whole new sense of action film with Let The Bullets Fly.
Let The Bullets Fly earned great reviews since it came out in China on 2010. Here are some of the quotes from critics all over the world:
“ With a title like Let the Bullets Fly and a star like iconic Killer assassin Chow Yun-fat, it’s not unreasonable to expect more than a few scattered, semi-memorable shoot-outs fromJiang Wen’s zany period piece. Fortunately, comedy and shifting-allegiances intrigue more than compensate for the dearth of rousing action in this 1920s-set film—the highest-grossing Chinese movie of all time” – Nick Schager
“A rollicking, violent, Western-cum-comedy that serves many masters, but adds up to an entertaining hot pot of wry political commentary and general mischief.” – John Anderson
Get ready for a whole new adventure with a touch of comedy with the movie “Let The Bullets Fly”.
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