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Ballistic Kiss (1998)
"Sat Sat Yan, Tiu Tiu Mo" (original title)

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Cat Lee
Annie Wu ...
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Jimmy Ga Lok Wong ...
Wesley (as Jimmy Wong)
Simon Lui
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Lui Chow
Karen Tong
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Aan Chi-Lam
John Hau
Choi-Chow Hoh
Bang Ippongi
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Due to the problematic shooting process, Donnie Yen had to turn down 10 film roles in order to complete post-production of the movie. See more »

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Cat Lee: No one is innocent.
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I wanted it, I needed it, and when it came down to it...
11 January 2002 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Wow, this film is utterly UNFORGIVABLE.

Donnie Yen is an incredible martial-arts talent who should utterly claim this film as his alan smithee masterpiece. God knows he couldn't be bothered to remove hisself as the film's lead. Usually, when watching an HK actioner you should suspend your disbelief to an unbearable degree. John Woo's HK films made this easy and fun to watch. But here the viewer is utterly dragged kicking and screaming into utter garbage. The acting was top notch, for most HK flicks, and thought he story was essentially striving to free itself there was no resurrection. Instead what we have here is a failure to entertain as we are subjected to uninspired fights, mingled with shameful gunplay, and some bad guys/heavies that are so happy go lucky that I'd probably play "Yut, Yee, Sum!" drinking games with 'til dawn. THESE BAD GUYS WERE SO UNTHREATENING THAT TRIX BUNNY ON MY TV RIGHT NOW LOOKS LIKE CHARLIE MANSON, IN COMPARISON.

Did I come into this flick wanting to hate it? HELL NO! Donnie Yen is cool, he's cooler than cool. This guy is action nitro glycerine times a thousand plus infinity. But here, in a film he directed no less, it's a heartbreaking waste. I encourage those who get caught up with the flashy title to instead search for something meaningful, like John Woo's earlier films. Hell, even Mission Impossible 2 was better than this. Yowza!

Donnie, let other people direct. I have only so much respect for you, buddy. Don't make me lose any more.


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