History YMMV / Hero

27th Oct '17 4:14:46 PM Kalaong
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-->"[[spoiler: He was executed as a traitor. And buried as a hero]]"

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-->"[[spoiler: He -->[[spoiler:"He was executed as a traitor. And buried as a hero]]"hero."]]
10th Sep '17 1:09:49 AM DrPsyche
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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: Fading Moon's relationship to Broken Sword. In Nameless's version of events, he explicitly describes them as lovers and how she and Flying Snow hated each other. The king cannot imagine such a relationship and in his version her relationship with Broken Sword is platonic. The third, ostensibly true scenario, does have her devote herself to Broken Sword (noting she looked up to him since she was eight); but there is no overtly romantic overtone to their relationship. Similarly there is no enmity between her and Snow over Broken Sword's affections. Moon's devotion can be seen as she being in love with Broken Sword or it could be that she looks up to him like a parent or teacher.
20th Aug '17 1:50:57 PM nombretomado
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* JustForFun/XMeetsY: One reviewer, whose website unfortunately no longer exists, described HERO as "''Literature/TheLittlePrince'' if it had been written by Creator/NeilGaiman, set in the world of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVIII'' and illustrated by Creator/YoshitakaAmano."

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* JustForFun/XMeetsY: One reviewer, whose website unfortunately no longer exists, described HERO as "''Literature/TheLittlePrince'' if it had been written by Creator/NeilGaiman, set in the world of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVIII'' and illustrated by Creator/YoshitakaAmano."
29th Jul '17 6:05:54 PM nombretomado
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* JustForFun/XMeetsY: One reviewer, whose website unfortunately no longer exists, described HERO as "''Literature/TheLittlePrince'' if it had been written by Creator/NeilGaiman, set in the world of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVIII'' and illustrated by Creator/YoshitakaAmano."
18th Apr '17 4:51:08 PM maximsk
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* CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming: the entire [[TearJerker Blue]] flashback. It's interesting that the ''King'' is the one telling this flashback, describing his two mortal enemies as tender, selfless lovers.

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* CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming: the The entire [[TearJerker Blue]] flashback. It's interesting that the ''King'' is the one telling this flashback, describing his two mortal enemies as tender, selfless lovers.
20th Dec '16 6:23:46 AM Morgenthaler
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* JustHereForGodzilla: It's not as prominent to Western viewers, but the promise of a JetLi / DonnieYen rematch was a ''huge'' deal to {{wuxia}} aficionados.

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* JustHereForGodzilla: It's not as prominent to Western viewers, but the promise of a JetLi Creator/JetLi / DonnieYen Creator/DonnieYen rematch was a ''huge'' deal to {{wuxia}} aficionados.
11th Jan '16 8:39:49 PM alphateam7911
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* RootingForTheEmpire- When you have the most prominent antagonist played by the lead singer of Music/{{Skillet}}, and turn his VillainSong at the end into an epic metal number, this is bound to happen for some Christian metal fans.
22nd Dec '15 1:01:42 AM Hadjorim
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* SpecialEffectFailure: Being the Wuxia genre, WireFu is to be expected, and most of the movie is absolutely stunning. However two examples stand out, and both involve the separate instances when Nameless proves himself to Broken Sword and Flying Sword. In the first instance he throws a cup into the air before catching it on the flat of his sword. The effect looks almost 2D as Jet Li stands there, completely motionless, while an equally motionless cup doesn't so much "land" as descend onto his sword. The second instance involves Nameless flinging a hundred black arrows into the air, and piercing the single white arrow amongst them. The effect is well done, until the camera pulls out. Instead of seeing a fairly uniform cloud of black arrows falling, someone has obviously just taken two buckets of arrows and dumped them in front of Jet Li.

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* SpecialEffectFailure: Being the Wuxia genre, WireFu is to be expected, and most of the movie is absolutely stunning. However two examples stand out, and both involve the separate instances when Nameless proves himself to Broken Sword and Flying Sword. In the first instance he throws a cup into the air before catching it on the flat of his sword. The effect looks almost 2D as Jet Li stands there, completely motionless, while an equally motionless cup doesn't so much "land" as descend descends onto his sword. The second instance involves Nameless flinging a hundred black arrows into the air, and piercing the single white arrow amongst them. The effect is well done, until the camera pulls out. Instead of seeing a fairly uniform cloud of black arrows falling, someone has obviously just taken two buckets of arrows and dumped them in front of Jet Li.
22nd Dec '15 12:59:28 AM Hadjorim
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* SpecialEffectFailure: Being the Wuxia genre, WireFu is to be expected, and most of the movie is absolutely stunning. However two examples stand out, and both involve the separate instances when Nameless proves himself to Broken Sword and Flying Sword. In the first instance he flings a cup into the air before catching it on the flat of his sword. The effect looks almost 2D as Jet Li stands there, completely motionless, while an equally motionless cup doesn't so much "land" as descend onto his sword. The second instance involves Nameless flinging a hundred black arrows into the air, and piercing the single white arrow amongst them. The effect is well done, until the camera pulls out. Instead of seeing a fairly uniform cloud of black arrows falling, someone has obviously just taken two buckets of arrows and dumped them in front of Jet Li.

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* SpecialEffectFailure: Being the Wuxia genre, WireFu is to be expected, and most of the movie is absolutely stunning. However two examples stand out, and both involve the separate instances when Nameless proves himself to Broken Sword and Flying Sword. In the first instance he flings throws a cup into the air before catching it on the flat of his sword. The effect looks almost 2D as Jet Li stands there, completely motionless, while an equally motionless cup doesn't so much "land" as descend onto his sword. The second instance involves Nameless flinging a hundred black arrows into the air, and piercing the single white arrow amongst them. The effect is well done, until the camera pulls out. Instead of seeing a fairly uniform cloud of black arrows falling, someone has obviously just taken two buckets of arrows and dumped them in front of Jet Li.
22nd Dec '15 12:58:49 AM Hadjorim
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* SpecialEffectFailure: Being the Wuxia genre, WireFu is to be expected. However two examples stand out, and both involve the separate instances when Nameless proves himself to Broken Sword and Flying Sword. In the first instance he flings a cup into the air before catching it on the flat of his sword. The effect looks almost 2D as Jet Li stands there, completely motionless, while an equally motionless cup doesn't so much "land" as descend onto his sword. The second instance involves Nameless flinging a hundred black arrows into the air, and piercing the single white arrow amongst them. The effect is well done, until the camera pulls out. Instead of seeing a fairly uniform cloud of black arrows falling, someone has obviously just taken two buckets of arrows and dumped them in front of Jet Li.

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* SpecialEffectFailure: Being the Wuxia genre, WireFu is to be expected.expected, and most of the movie is absolutely stunning. However two examples stand out, and both involve the separate instances when Nameless proves himself to Broken Sword and Flying Sword. In the first instance he flings a cup into the air before catching it on the flat of his sword. The effect looks almost 2D as Jet Li stands there, completely motionless, while an equally motionless cup doesn't so much "land" as descend onto his sword. The second instance involves Nameless flinging a hundred black arrows into the air, and piercing the single white arrow amongst them. The effect is well done, until the camera pulls out. Instead of seeing a fairly uniform cloud of black arrows falling, someone has obviously just taken two buckets of arrows and dumped them in front of Jet Li.
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