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  While working as a store assistant, teen gamer Jack Bronson stumbles across a curious antique casket, which turns out to be a time portal - and out of which comes Princess Su Lin, on the run from sword wielding warriors. Jack becomes friends with the princess and helps her adapt to modern life, until she is transported back to ancient China.

With the help of a time-travelling wizard, Jack goes through the portal in a bid to rescue Su Lin, who is about to be married against her will to the tyrannical barbarian King Arun.

Is there no end to prolific film maker Luc Besson's imagination? Not content with redefining sci-fi with the likes of The Fifth Element, Lucy and Valerian, directing classics including The Professional and Subway, and starting the hit Transporter and Taken franchises, he also co-wrote this breathtaking fantasy adventure, teaming up with Karate Kid writer Robert Kamen for this mix of Tron and Time Bandits and The Last Dragon; and legendary WWE star-turned-blockbuster actor Dave Bautista (Guardians of the Galaxy, Kickboxer: Vengeance) adds to his roster of memorable big screen parts. Out on DVD and DHD 2nd October.
  Graeme Clark [18 Sep 2017 at 23:12]
     

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