I am a big fan of martial arts films. I watch them constantly and although I prefer the more gritty realistic ones like The Raid Redemption, I do enjoy a good wirework fantasy swordplay extravaganza too. So when I heard that Tsui Hark‘s new film, Flying Sword of Dragon Gate 3D, starred Jet Li and was in IMAX 3D, I was 100% sold. I went excited to a matinee with maybe 20 other people. Having already read some reviews that said the plot is a bit muddled, but that the fight scenes were worth sticking around for, I felt the bar was set in a good middle ground place. Oh, and did I mention I took a Dramamine beforehand? Just in case. Any kids reading this, just wait till you hit 30, 3D movies are more like an assault to your senses, then they are a movie. So, drugged up on anti-nausea medicine and stoked for some flying swords, I settle into my seat as the credits start to roll and it’s clear from the start 3D is the only way to see this film. Hit the jump for my review of the Blu-ray.