The Monkey King 3 2018
- 114 minutes
On the conflict-packed journey to the West for the scriptures, escorted by Sun Wukong (Aaron Kwok), Bajie (Xiao Shenyang) and Sha (Him Law), Xuanzang (Feng Shaofeng), the Tang Priest, accidentally enters the Womanland of Western Liang, a mysterious nation where no men has ever been existed. The Queen (Zhao Liying) falls for Xuanzang at first sight, without knowing what love is, thinking she could be terminally ill with incurable lovesickness. The Preceptor (Gigi Leung) warns her that men are all poisonous creatures and orders to kill Xuanzang and his disciples. With the help of the Queen, the four flee the execution site, but later Xuanzang, Bajie and Sha carelessly drink the water from the Motherhood River that makes them pregnant rapidly.
Wukong tries to save the three with his almighty transforming sorcery, when Xuanzang gradually loses his stand to falls in love with the Queen. The trespass of the four outsiders also agitates the God of River Oblivion (Lin Chi-Ling), who completely breaks the peace of the Womanland. The River God floods the whole nation in a fury and puts it at risk of total destruction. How could the Monkey King fight to subdue the River God and rescue his master and brothers out of trouble of love and destined calamity? What decision would Xuanzang make between loving an individual or all sentient beings? What could the Queen and the Preceptor do to save their people from this crisis?