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  • Movie: L.O.R.D
  • Country: China
  • Duration: 1 hr. 58 min.
  • Rating: Not Yet Rated


  • Score: 8.0 (scored by 223 users)
  • Ranked: #99999
  • Popularity: #2165
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Ratings: 8.0/10 from 223 users
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The story takes place in a sacred mainland of Odin (or Wotan), separated into four counties based on the four elements - water, fire, wind and earth. The published book(s) in the series mainly focuses on the water county, also known as Atlantis/Aslan Empire, with references to the other counties. There are 7 lords and one disciple for each lord.

  • Country: China
  • Type: Movie
  • Release Date: Sep 30, 2016
  • Duration: 1 hr. 58 min.
  • Score: 8.0 (scored by 223 users)
  • Ranked: #99999
  • Popularity: #2165
  • Rating: Not Yet Rated

Cast & Credits

  • L.O.R.D - Fan Bing Bing
    Guishan Lian Quan [Disciple to the Fifth Degree - FIfth Disciple]
    Main Role
  • L.O.R.D - Wu Kris
    Yin Chen [Lord to the Seventh Degree - Seventh Lord]
    Main Role
  • L.O.R.D - Kuo Amber
    Thalia [Lord to the Fourth Degree - Fourth Lord]
    Main Role
  • L.O.R.D - Yan Kevin
    Guishan Feng Hun [ Lord to the Fifth Degree - Fifth Lord]
    Main Role
  • L.O.R.D - Aarif Rahman
    Ni Hong [Disciple to the Fourth Degree - Fourth Disciple]
    Main Role
  • L.O.R.D - Chan William
    Nether "You Ming" [Lord to the Second Degree - Second Lord]
    Main Role


5 people found this review helpful
Jan 15, 2017
Overall 9.0
Story 8.0
Acting/Cast 9.0
Music 8.0
Rewatch Value 7.0
There's so much going on in this movie that, after the ending, I had to go back to certain parts to confirm what I just learned. That's a good thing, because aside from the great battle scenes and the beatifully crafted world (the little details are just amazing) there's a really deep story being told by this CGI characters.

I liked the motion capture, the faces and gestures are just great. And the characters are presented and developed without over explaining, anything BUT the classic Hollywood style.

There are several plot twist and, depending on the translation project you're watching, you'll understand more or less so I would recommend you to pay attention to the subtitles.

The ending comes with several revelations, and a closing that suggests a second movie. I hope it comes soon because I had a great time with the characters and I'd love to know what happens next.

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2 people found this review helpful
Nov 24, 2016
Overall 8.0
Story 7.5
Acting/Cast 8.5
Music 8.0
Rewatch Value 9.0
This is the updated review after I've given L.O.R.D. some thoughts:


~ It takes Hollywood at least 3 movies to fully develop 7 characters. Asians only need 1 movie to do it. By the end of L.O.R.D., you knew something about every single character in the characters roster poster above.
~ Top notch CGI environments. The fireworks and flying scenes were really well done.
~ The funny parts were actually funny and neither slapstick nor corny.
~ I'm a sucker for any J.R.R. Tolkien LotR-inspired Asian fantasy work, and this movie is one of them.
~ The story is actually pretty good bordering on ingenious. But it was executed rather poorly b/c the screenplay/script felt like something between a first draft and polished version, probably b/c the writer and director (both the same person) had to meet deadlines.


~ Weirdest parts were the eyes and facial expressions. Look in the motion capture clips, they hired a bunch of White guys to create this part of the movie. China should learn to develop their own facial and eyes motion capture tech. Put 'em Whities to shame... Like how they did with their own 5th gen stealth fighter, which is in many ways superior to the American one.
~ Music was unmemorable. I didn't remember a single tune from the movie. Oh well, music score was done by a Japanese guy actually so that might explain why it sounded so generic and uninspiring like every other fantasy anime themes out there. They should have recruited a Chinese composer instead. Just look at DragonNest: Warrior's Dawn, all composed by/with Chinese talent and probably the best LotR-inspired Fantasy movie soundtrack I had heard in years.
~ Male nudity (CGI William Chan, I'm looking at you), and attempted female nude in-bed scene at the end. Please can we just have a good fantasy movie to enjoy w/o too much CGI sexy?


This is the review I wrote earlier:

I didn't like the male nudity and attempted sex scene. But other than that it's pretty alright. (There's a better Chinese produced CGI movie out there called Dragon Nest: Warrior's Dawn.)

STORY: The script felt rushed like something between a first draft and polished version. As a result the plot seemed very confusing until almost fully explained towards the end. Thus this movie warrants another rewatch to fully get the story.

ACTING: Motion captured acting was pretty alright. But there were moments that felt flat or boring, probably b/c the director was concentrating on the 3D environments or effects rather than the motion acting. But this only probably b/c I watched the 2D version.

MUSIC: Pretty standard fantasy chorus music. I didn't remember any particular piece b/c none of it was memorable.

REWATCH: Of course b/c of all the wuxia action sequences. BTW, I think this movie probably looks better in 3D. Gonna find the 3D version to rewatch later...

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