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Not one of Jackie Chan's best, but a lot of fun. The story concerns Jackie out to catch a mad bomber who's planting bombs all over Hong Kong. Like most of Jackie Chan's movies, this one doesn't take itself too seriously, so there's lots of slapstick comedy, but there's also some truly astonishing stunts, and the climax is excellent. 7.5/10.
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