Posted on: January 18, 2014 Posted by: James McQuiston Comments: 0


Young Detective Dee Rise of the Sea Dragon is a 2013 film that works as a predecessor to Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame, and provides fans of the initial film with ample backstory and a plot that is at least as alluring as the first film. Mark Chao (Dee Renjie) and Carina Lau (Wu Zetian) step into their previous role, while the cast is further bolstered through the inclusion of Feng Shaofeng, Lin Gengxin, and Kim Bum into the mix. Rise of the Sea Dragon sets up Renjie’s assumption of the titular role. On eir initial job, Renjie has to examine an odd occurrence – a sea monster is causing havoc throughout the Imperial Capital. As the film continues, Renjie is locked up in prison. It takes all of Renjie’s ability, but ey is able to receive eir freedom and solve the case. The tension and action that is present in Rise of the Sea Dragon will have viewers on the edges of their seats, while the film’s pacing ensures that the story is properly fleshed out.

The visual quality of this Blu-Ray rip is stunning, and the audio ensures that one (should they know Chinese) will be able to discern precisely what is going on at all points during the film. Visit the Well GO USA website for more information about the company’s projects, releases, and other news. The title will be released on February 11th, and can be purchased from a variety of online and brick and mortar distributors. Look to spend about $26-30 for a Blu-Ray copy and $20-25 for a DVD copy.

Rating: 8.8/10

Young Detective Dee Rise of the Sea Dragon Blu-Ray Review / 2014 Well Go USA / 133 Minutes /

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