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Curse of the Golden Flower

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In an attempt to put his control over the whole empire of China Tang Dynasty, the emperor, who driven by his deep lust for power, has married the daughter of the next county, but incidents come to climax when he puts his control over the whole empire, as he plans for getting rid of his wife, as he falls in love with another woman.
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September 17, 2007

Mucho brillo y color y poca sustancia dramática en esta tragedia épica que emula tanto a Shakespeare como a Kurosawa. Vale la pena sólo por su aspecto visual y, sobre todo, por la siempre intensa Gong Li.
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January 21, 2012

Zhang Yimou serves up a sumptuous sensory feast with spectacular set pieces and--crucially--the story, characters, and connection to back it up.
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Denver Rocky Mountain News

January 12, 2007

This spectacularly decorated movie offers the enjoyment of watching Zhang chronicle the lives of one very nutty family. It also allows Zhang to load every inch of the screen with images so full that you half expect them to collapse under their own weight.
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August 02, 2007

Spectacular production designs and giant CGI battles can't really disguise a soap opera plot and often hammy acting.
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Detroit Free Press

January 12, 2007

Curse is straightforward and solemn, lacking not for spectacle but for humor and a humanizing touch.
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Empire Magazine Australasia

November 16, 2012

Lavish, grim, magnificent; a robust successor to Zhang's recent martial arts epics, characterised by similarly baroque spectacle and tragedy.
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New York Observer

January 17, 2007

To put a point to it, the lavish period costumes, operatic mise-en-scène and ceremonial grandeur of Curse of the Golden Flower clashes fatally with the nuanced nastiness of modern marital discord.
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August 28, 2009

Zhang's beauty is one of furious defiance
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Detroit News
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January 12, 2007

Make no mistake, all is epic, violent, bloody madness once the director hits his stride, and fans of Zhang's work will not want to miss Curse of the Golden Flower. But brush strokes are amiss here.
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January 16, 2008

Um épico que não apenas se encaixa no clima mítico e fantástico do gênero wuxia pian como ainda traz toques claramente shakespeareanos em sua trama repleta de traições e lutas sangrentas por um trono real (ou, neste caso, imperial).
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Denver Post

January 12, 2007

For all the swordplay and martial-arts fisticuffs, Curse is its most delirious as a lavish argument for the soap opera's roots in Greek tragedy.
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Miami Herald
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January 12, 2007

The melodrama here is of a sort seldom taken seriously outside Shakespeare's tragedies, and the final body count rivals Hamlet in its royal bloodletting.
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