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Attractively mounted, lavishly costumed Hong Kong kung-fu adventure follows the difficulties of Lu Chan – aka “The Freak” because of the “horn of flesh” growing out of his head, which gives him power – when he returns to his native village to learn Chen-style Tai Chi. Complicating matters are such newfangled Western imports as coffee and electricity, as well as a monstrous railroad threatening the community. HK director Stephen Fung Tak-Lun lavishes much care on the scenario (screenplay by Cheng Hsiao-Tse and Zhang Jialu, from Chen Kuo-Fu’s original story), but the nonstop CGI could be a drawback for purists. Starring Jayden Yuan as Lu Chan and Angelababy as Chen Yuniang, with veterans Tony Leung Ka Fai, Bruce Leung Siu-Lung, and Shu Qi in diligent support. (94 min.)

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