Qinglong (Donnie Yen) is a member of the Jinyiwei. This organization is responsible for the safety of the Emperor He is framed by Jia (Law Kar-Ying) who has taken over the Imperial Court. In doing so Qinglong has become a fugitive and must clear his name as well as restore his Emperorer to the throne. The journey takes him to the hills and mountains and is treacherous at almost every turn. Qinglong eventually will team up with a group called the Justice Escort Agency.
As Qinglong tries to clear everything up of course he has to fight off former friends and allies if the Jinyiwei. Qinglong will make his way eventually to clearing his name but it's the chore of restoring his Emperor back to his position. The sequence where Qinglong fights Tuo Tuo (Kate Tsui) in what has to be the fight of the movie. The action is very choreographed and is right on. The sequences with Donnie Yen are superb. The man has what it takes. The movie itself has trouble with the story line but is well worth the watch. Director Daniel Lee keeps the movie rolling along and the action clean. The movie is one of those imports that you want to have in that personal library.
Anchor Bay Entertainment and RADiUS-TWC is responsible for bringing this movie to us on September 2, 2014. The DVD is of the finest quality and the sights and sounds are exquisite. As I stated before, the fight action scenes are the best.
'14 Blades' is one of those movies that you have to see and when you have you want to see it again and and again. The acting is good and the action scenes make this pure entertainment. This is going to be one of those items that you will want in that library. So take in all the action with Donnie Yen and watch the master work his stuff in this film