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The Monkey King 3

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Chinese name
Traditional Chinese西遊記女兒國
Simplified Chinese西游记女儿国
Literal meaningJourney to tướng the West: Daughter of the Country
Transcriptions
Standard Mandarin
Hanyu PinyinXī yóu jì nǚ'ér guó
Directed byCheang Pou-soi
Screenplay byMan Ning
Based onJourney to tướng the West
by Wu Cheng'en
Produced byCheang Pou-soi
Starring
  • Aaron Kwok
  • Feng Shaofeng
  • Xiaoshenyang
  • Him Law
  • Zhao Liying
CinematographyRichard Bluck
Yang Tao
Edited byYau Chi-wai
Music byYu Kobayashi

Production
company

Filmko Entertainment

Distributed byFilmko Entertainment
China Film Group

Release date

  • 16 February 2018[1]

Running time

114 minutes
CountriesHong Kong
China
LanguagesCantonese
Mandarin
BudgetRMB 550 (US$87 million)[2]
Box officeUS$114.2 million[3]

The Monkey King 3 is a 2018 Chinese fantasy film based on the classic novel Journey to tướng the West by Wu Cheng'en. The film is the third installment of the Monkey King franchise, after The Monkey King (2014) and The Monkey King 2 (2016). Directed and produced by Cheang Pou-soi, the film stars Aaron Kwok, Feng Shaofeng, Xiao Shenyang, Him Law and Zhao Liying. The film was released on February 16, 2018, the first day of the Chinese New Year holiday period.[4] It received mixed reviews from critics.

Plot[edit]

Sun Wukong (Aaron Kwok), Tang Sanzang (Feng Shaofeng), Zhu Bajie (Xiaoshenyang) and Sha Wujing (Him Law) – inadvertently enter the Womanland of Western Liang, a nation populated by women raised to tướng believe that men are fatally deceptive in matters of the heart.

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Love nevertheless blossoms between Tang Sanzang and the Womanland's young queen (Zhao Liying), even though her royal preceptor (Gigi Leung) is hell-bent on sentencing the men to tướng death. As Sun Wukong, Zhu Bajie and Sha Wujing tìm kiếm for a way out of this nation surrounded by a vast magical net, it soon transpires, conveniently, that romantic love is the only key to tướng opening the gate.

Cast[edit]

  • Aaron Kwok as Sun Wukong, the Monkey King
  • Feng Shaofeng as Tang Sanzang, the Buddhist monk
  • Xiaoshenyang as Zhu Bajie, the pig demon
  • Him Law as Sha Wujing, the water-buffalo
  • Zhao Liying as the Ruler of Women's Country
  • Lin Chi-ling as Hebo
  • Gigi Leung as Advisor
  • Liu Tao as Guanyin
  • Kingdom Yuen as Priest
  • Cecilia So as young advisor
  • Sire Ma

Production[edit]

Casting[edit]

Zhao Liying was cast in the role of the Ruler of Women's Country.[5] The original cast members of The Monkey King 2: Aaron Kwok, Feng Shaofeng, Xiaoshenyang and Him Law reprised their roles as Sun Wukong, Tang Sanzang, Zhu Bajie and Sha Wujing respectively in the film.[6] Liu Tao, Lin Chi-ling, and Gigi Leung joined the cast for this installment.[7]

Filming[edit]

Hollywood talent Shaun Smith (300, I am Legend, The Monkey King 2) returned as the special makeup effects supervisor/designer for the Monkey King 3. Principal photography began in December năm 2016 and concluded in early April 2017.

Release[edit]

The Monkey King 3 was released in Đài Loan Trung Quốc on February 16, 2018.[8]

Reception[edit]

On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 29% based on seven reviews, and an average rating of 4.8/10.[9] On Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating, the film has a weighted average score of 51 out of 100 based on 4 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".[10] On Tianjin Maoyan Culture Media's ticketing trang web the film has received a 7.8/10 from the audience based on over 240,000 reviews.[11]

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Elizabeth Kerr from The Hollywood Reporter believes that the film is "bonker(s), but in a charming, delirious sort of way" with "enough eye-catching mix pieces". As for actors, Aaron Kwok delivers a "strong performance...that's far more nuanced phàn nàn it needs to tướng be", while "Feng and Zhao are a less phàn nàn riveting couple, making their dilemmas leaden soap opera instead of compelling crises of conscience or identity". She also points out that even the Queen's still "begging for the men's help" and notes that The Monkey King 3 is missing its opportunity to tướng make the female characters "active-not-reactive".[12]

China's noted film critic Raymond Zhou regards The Monkey King 3 as inferior to tướng its predecessor, The Monkey King 2. He criticized that the CGI effect is more credible phàn nàn the story is and that both of two romantic leads have no chemistry. He commented that Feng Shaofeng's performance is reliable among leads.[13]

Senior film critic Derek Elley, however, credits The Monkey King 3 as "the most engaging of the three films on a character level, with a relaxed tone and often silly humour that also help to tướng bolster its "human" face". Xuanzang's role is "always a difficult one to tướng bring off amid such colourful company (Aaron Kwok, Xiaoshenyang, and Luo Zhongqian)", but Feng Shaofeng "manages to tướng make Xuanzang sympathetic"; Zhao fails to tướng "dominate the film as her character should"; Gigi Leung "grabs the spotlight" while her character is not "fully-drawn"; Lin Zhiling "has a couple of memorable moments in the CGI-heavy finale".[14]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

  • The Monkey King 3 at IMDb
  • The Monkey King 3 at Box Office Mojo