Jiang Ziya

Movie review by Jennifer Green, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 12+

Violence, language in Chinese myth-based animation.

NR 2020 110 minutes

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I'm Questioning my Life

Jiang Ziya is both A phenomenal film with it's art style and it's storytelling And how it presents A powerful message that at the end will leave you Questioning your Life & who to really follow and believe.Jiang Ziya was amazing I believe that tianzun was pulling the strings behind it and that Jiang Ziya and the Nine tailed fox demon were just puppets to the games of the gods and really had no choice of free will if there was any to some degree.Even the Nine tailed fox through her harsh ends justify the means she was just a pawn of the gods, who had to just play along.Great Film.

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