Our heroes sing and dance their way to the West in the first of Ho Meng-hua’s Journey series.
Excellent animation clashes with a ludicrous localisation to make an unforgettable Journey to the West-ish adaptation.
Wang Baoqiang’s modern day reimagining of the Journey to the West is a manic, bizarre but still entertaining adaptation.
Needlessly serious, this reimagining of Sun Wukong's origin isn't what I would call good, but it's a blast to watch nonetheless.
Once thought lost, the first Journey to the West adaptation has survived – though not entirely intact.
Sha Wujing isn’t even the main villain of his own chapter in the first of a new Journey to the West film series.
Are you tired of competently-made Journey to the West films? Don’t worry. Two Princesses has you covered.
In the third film, The Monkey King takes a back seat to the Tang Monk’s matters of the heart.
OK, now this is better.
There’s plenty to like in the Shaw Brothers’ simple retelling of a classic.
The odyssey continues in part two of Jeffrey Lau’s Journey to the West adaptation.
The Monkey King must rediscover who he is in the first part of Jeffrey Lau’s iconic action-comedy.