Gaaf. Gewoon gaaf. Dat 3D blijft een gimmick, maar ik heb nooit zoveel moeite gehad met de eerste drie films.
Chinese: 大笑江湖 (Da Xiao Jiang Hu)
Genre: Adventure | Martial Arts | Comedy
Director: Chu Yen-Ping
Writer: Ning Cai-Shen
Release Date: April 22, 2011
Runtime: 98 min.
Zhao Ben-Shan ... Pirate Dugu
Xiao Shenyang ... Wu Di
Eric Tsang Chi-Wai ... Yang Guo
Kelly Lin Hsi-Lei ... Yuelou
Ng Chung-Hin ... Buddhist monk
Ng Man-Tat (1)
Norman Chu Siu-Keung ... Eunuch Cheng
Banny Chen Zhi-Pen ... Emperor
Little Bin ... Young Wu Di
Tien Niu ... Rouge Red Phoenix
Bi Chang ... Rouge Phoenix
Cheng Ye ... Ma Chou-tzu
Leung Kar-Yan ... Wu Di's father/General Li
Mark Lee Kwok-Wong ... Fu Dongfang
The main character, acted by Xiao Shen Yang, is a shoemaker who goes from a martial-arts newbie to the number one expert. Zhao Benshan is a bandit, superior in martial arts but who is defeated by Xiao Shen Yang. Cheng Ye plays one of Zhao Benshan's subordinates, whose successes are lacking and whose failures are abundant and who is often burdening Zhao Benshan. The other roles all revolve around Xiao Shen Yang. Kelly Lin plays an ordinary martial who thinks she's a princess and likes Xiao Shen Yang. Eric Tsang is a blind, but an expert fencer who is in charge of protecting the princess. Chen Zhipeng is the rightful emperor, as well as Kelly Lin's character's fiancee and Xiao Shen Yang's character's rival-in-love. Xiao Xiao Bin acts out little Xiao Shen Yang, and Jacky Wu is an exceptional expert who lives at the bottom of a valley.