Sanzang frees himself and, along with the survivors, manages to beach the creature, which turns into a man. A riverside village is terrorized by a mysterious underwater creature. Sanzang tells to Duan that his master taught him a more humane approach and to use nursery rhymes to coax goodness out of demons, a tactic Duan scoffs at. I enjoyed the original but not enough to be a fan so I don't mind that the cast does not return and I quite like the new cast of eye candies featuring Kris Wu Europe Raiders as Tang San Zang and Lin Gengxin Sword Master as Monkey King. Before Mermaid became the highest grossing film in China, there was Monster Hunt and before that, there was Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons. Disillusioned, Sanzang meets his master and bemoans his lack of capabilities compared to more aggressive demon-hunters. Annoyed, the demon attacks Sanzang.
Another demon hunter, Duan, captures and turns the demon into a puppet. Hence, their faces of resignation. Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons In a world plagued by demons who cause great human suffering, young demon hunter Xuan Zang risks his all to conquer a water demon, a pig demon and the demon of all demons, Sun Wukong. Chow questions Hark regarding the non-existent special effects, and Hark argues that Chow never asked for special effects. .
The demon reemerges and kills many of villagers. Hopefully, this will happen in time as China's movie industry matures. Sanzang, a self-proclaimed demon hunter, appears to warn the villagers that the animal is not the true demon. If you have seen the original, then you'd know that the story is anything unconventional in many ways and the sequel promises to be no different. To be honest, I'm extremely curious to see the brainchild of these two great minds that have such disparate styles.
Sanzang then opens a book of nursery rhymes and begins singing to the demon. A Taoist priest kills a giant manta ray and insists that it is the demon. To be honest I think what everyone wants is to see Stephen Chow in front of the camera rather than behind it, just once more please. Two of the three are Stephen Chow productions and all three are part of the highly lucrative fantasy action comedy genre. It begins when the monkey, pig and sand demon embark on a spiritual journey along with their master Tang San Zang but the catch is.
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