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The Butcher the Chef and the Swordsman
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The Butcher the Chef and the Swordsman

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'The Butcher, the Chef and the Swordman' is a tale of revenge, honor and greed follows three men that gets involved with a kitchen cleaver made from five of the greatest swords of the martial arts world. 
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Film Journal International
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March 18, 2011

This coarse, complicated period comedy is unlikely to catch on with mainstream U.S. audiences, while fans of contemporary Chinese movies will compare it-mostly unfavorably-to Stephen Chow's equally broad but more graceful action comedies.
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March 12, 2011

Likeable crazy, combined with visual stylistics and driven by a sense of humour, this madcap Chinese martial arts frolic has everything
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March 23, 2011

It is hard to say how much influence (Doug) Liman had over the finished product, but the already jittery directorial eye of Wuershan may have been better served by a collaborator who favours a less-is-more approach.
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Brand X
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March 17, 2011

If [it] sounds juvenile, well, okay, maybe it is. But who cares, when it's all so damn much fun?
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Los Angeles Times
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March 17, 2011

Wuershan's heavy hand, never letting up for a moment to allow any air or life to enter the film, cuts off the film's energy even as it rattles relentlessly on.
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March 20, 2011

Wuershang is too busy mixing up a slurry of postmodern techniques, abortive fight scenes, and noisy set pieces to spend any time on fundamentals.
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March 18, 2011

About the only thing this cinematic whirligig skimps on is coherence, both narrative and aesthetic.
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Toronto Star
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March 17, 2011

If it's diminished by the director's feverish urge to over-achieve, this movie is clearly the kind of irreverent, multi-platform, cross-genre, otherworldly stuff Hollywood wants from China: fast, furious, big, bold and brassy.
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March 15, 2011

Only in the centerpiece sequence does first-time director Wuershan successfully maintain his balance of the grotesque and the fanciful, a tricky feat elsewhere upset by his obnoxious style.
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New York Post
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March 18, 2011

And the prize for the most incomprehensible movie of the millennium goes to the Chinese martial-arts comedy "The Butcher, the Chef and the Swordsman."
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New York Times
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March 18, 2011

In his embrace of American sensibilities, Wuershan seems to have mastered a Hollywood specialty: empty calories served loud, flashy and fast.
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