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Monster Hunt 2 Story: Wuba’s parents search for him as he sets off on his adventures in this follow-up to 2015’s massive Chinese hit.
Director: Raman Hui
Writers: Wai Lun Ng Sunny Chan
Stars: Tony Chiu-Wai Leung, Baihe Bai, Boran Jing
Monster Hunt 2 Review: In 2015, ‘Monster Hunt’ became the highest grossing film in China. Good business sense demanded a sequel – so here we are. Once again, Wuba is being chased down by monsters and humans alike.
His human parents, played by Baihe Bai & Boran Jing are also in search of him, and they encounter some odd characters along the way, leading to potentially comedic scenarios. 2018 super hit movies are
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In this second outing, director Raman Hui has adopted a breakneck pace of storytelling, constantly putting the protagonists into precarious situations. While this works in theory, it’s a whole different ballgame in execution, as Raman and the rest of the cast keep throwing sequence after sequence in quick succession, with minimal plot and character development.
In fact, besides Wuba and his human parents, a lot of time is spent with Tony Leung Chiu-wai’s character Tu Sigu – an understandable choice going by Tony’s popularity in China. But these scenes are stretched out to a drag, serving little purpose other than cheaps laughs. The movie goes through a whole bunch of shenanigans in the same way. Worsened by choppy editing, it jumps from one set piece to the next with minimal storytelling along the way.
This is a pity because ‘Monster Hunt 2’ is visually gorgeous, with scenic natural landscapes, stunning set design and colourful costumes. But as far as the story goes, there’s nothing memorable. 2018 super hit movies are If you’re not familiar with ‘Monster Hunt’ – Wuba – the radish-like monster baby with four hands is undoubtedly the reason for the first film’s success. This sequel constantly hints at a far more significant story about this baby’s heritage.
There is recurrent talk about humans and monsters being able to co-exist with each other, and Wuba playing a role in that, but we never get to see any of it. We’re left with a colourful, yet mostly bland kid’s film that might have you chuckling now and then, but is quite underwhelming.