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Green Snake on Netflix, the Far-Too-Action-Packed Second Part of a Chinese Animated Fantasy Saga

Now available on Netflix, Viper – aka White Snake 2: The Great Tribulation of Vipers – is the sequel to the Chinese box office success of 2019 White Snake. The movies take a page or three from the Disney formula, adapting a popular story from folklore into an action-packed animated feature film complete with princesses, monsters, and the like. the same, similar. The movies tell the story of two demon snake sisters who take on human form; The sequel focuses on Green Snake’s solo adventures, separate from White Snake, leading one to say, here she is again on her own, walking the only path she’s ever known. . But I’ve decided – I don’t waste any more time, so let’s start the review (with many apologies).

GREEN SOLID: LEARN IT OR FORGET IT?

Gist: In ancient China, White Snake Blanca (voiced by Zhang Zhe) and her sister Verta, the viper (Tang Xiaoxi) attempt to flatten an island temple by manipulating large ocean waves. But their enemy Fahai (Song Xuchen), a golden monk, summoned a golden dome to protect it, then appeared a golden dragon made of light I think, and the severity continued. Following caused the two sisters to go missing, and I do not mean that they are like now living in different suburbs. There is a whole level between them now. Verta descends into a strange land that looks like a post-apocalyptic movie, complete with rows of burned-out cars and abandoned skyscrapers, but instead of crammed zombies, there are ghosts. and monsters, and yes, there is a difference between the two, but for the life of me I can’t explain it to you without sounding like an idiot, so accept another apology.

This terrifying site is called Asuraville, and Verta gets a guided tour thanks to a woman named Sister Sun (Qiu Qiu) as they tear the city apart, avoiding villains known as the Heads. cow and Horseface, which I wish it was. created, but I don’t. The Ox and Horsefaces ride smart motorbikes and dress like in 1983 heavy metal videos, and they’re a rival gang of Sun’s friends, led by Sima (Wei Chao), all They’re all pretty sexy and healthy and look like refugees from Tank girl, except for the giant octopus, which looks like a giant octopus, and the human I am sure looks sexy and muscular compared to other octopuses. Sun gets Verta some pants and teaches her lessons on rifles and motorcycles so they can survive in this setting, which I understand is the confluence of the multiverse realms, though I have walkable, but that doesn’t matter. It’s a dangerous place right now, especially since all the heroes were almost wiped out by a tornado full of deer, one more thing I promise I won’t make up.

Several teammates and villains make their way through Verta’s adventures, some of whom don’t last too long, so don’t get caught up in: a masked man (Wai Wai), a some frog people, some crocodile people, some wolf bat creatures. looks like a ghost but isn’t a ghost, and Master Foxy of the Jade Factory (Zheng Xiaopu), an agent of chaos who is literally two-faced, a human on the other and a fox on the other, and who is familiar with survivors of sitting through White Snake. All Verta wants to do is reunite with her sister, but she has to make her way through the hordes of bad guys who are rejected by TMNT, a flashback that appears to have been cut out. frozen, several dozen apocalypse and many other tornadoes, whirlpools, portals and other miscellaneous vortexes. Difficult times.

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What movies will remind you of?: I’m pretty sure I stuffed too much Viper is inspired by every movie that has ever existed, but more specifically, I see content from I’m a legend, Raya and the last dragon, Paul Bettany Movie That Time Forgot Soldiers, Magnolia Flower, Henchman, Dawn of the Dead (2004 remake), China’s hyperactive blockbuster Wandering Earth and Every in any way but loose. Can’t keep an eye on an attractive biker gang without being reminded of Every way but loose.

Performances worth watching: I guess that Zheng Xiaopu’s voice in Precious Jade Workshop Foxy Boss almost penetrates the film’s overwhelming dominance of near-stop action and too much plot.

Memorable dialogue: A brief line through Precious Jade Workshop Foxy Boss illustrates how the film was able to correct some unnecessary details: “Asuraville was created by the powerful resentment that came from the unmet luck of the entire human population. type.”

Gender and Skin: Not available. TBHPRBFAOHULTBSP: Too busy harboring the latent resentment that comes from all of humanity’s unmet luck to have sexual potential.

Our Take: Viper looks great: crazy character designs, gorgeously detailed settings, creative action choreography, etc. But it can’t tell a coherent and fast-paced story, if you fall behind even for a brief moment, you’ll never catch up. It has too many characters, subplots on top of subplots, and frequent extreme action sequences that don’t have much of an impact on the drama. It’s full of things like karmic-testing wind tunnels leading to the Bridge of Wishes or a giant bean tree reaching for a cloud of gas bolts in the sky, fantasy scenario after scenario and all that. for 20 movies.

People tend to get annoyed when everything is staged like a climactic battle, with the sound effects crashing, the scores hitting peaks – but it doesn’t climax at all, and people realized that there are still 80, 40, 25 minutes in this movie, which is 131 minutes. Somewhere along the way, this is a story of sibling love, which eventually reaches an emotional stone. We didn’t care at all at the time, considering we’d been thrown in the leg by this movie, electrocuted, and mentally and physically bewildered and our quest for constant forward motion. it.

Our call: IGNORE IT. Viper simply too much. I want to mine after only half an hour.

John Serba is a freelance writer and film critic based in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Read more of his work at johnserbaatlarge.com.

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