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Release Date:
18 November 2001 (USA) See more »
The Shadowmen are coming...
The Shadow Men are immortal beings of darkness and destruction. One such Shadow Man, Os (Zane), is confronted by the White Warrior... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Billy Zane ... Os

Byron Mann ... Michael Fu
Stacy Oversier ... Serena Blue

Tory Kittles ... Ray Jackson

Dominic Purcell ... Keith Grady

David Field ... Slate
Michelle Comerford ... White Warrior

David No ... Shadowman #1

Bren Foster ... Shadowman #2 (as Bren Ismail)

Kyle Rowling ... Shadowman #3 (as Kyle Rowlings)

Ray Anthony ... Shadowman #4

Simone McAullay ... Mrs. Harrison

Linal Haft ... Howard Lancaster
Mark Baker ... Rapper #1
Aki Holloway ... Rapper #2
Casey Holloway ... DJ #1
Chris Dodd ... DJ

Myles Pollard ... Paul Beck

Matt Boesenberg ... MP #1

Barry Otto ... Professor

George Cheung ... Tojo Sakamura

Carly Movizio ... Grady's Girlfriend
Iain McGuire ... Driller

Nandy McClean ... Geisha #1
Maya McClean ... Geisha #2
Rodney Power ... Lancaster Security Guard (as Rod Power)
Craig McLachlan ... Lieutenant
Karen Pang ... Anna Chan
Anne Grigg ... Serena's Mother
Steve Tan ... Man #1
Kate Mullan ... Girl at Rave
Fiona Stewart ... Girl at Rave #2
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Amber Moelter ... Rave Dancer (uncredited)

Directed by
Jefery Levy 
Writing credits
Carey Hayes (story) (as Carey W. Hayes) &
Chad Hayes (story)

Michael Brandt (teleplay) &
Derek Haas (teleplay) and
Jefery Levy (teleplay)

Produced by
Eveleen Bandy .... associate producer
Steve Chasman .... producer
Janine Coughlin .... producer
Bruce Davey .... executive producer
Mel Gibson .... executive producer
Lynda House .... line producer
Jim Lemley .... producer
Jet Li .... executive producer
John Morayniss .... executive producer
Judy Ranan .... supervising producer
Philip von Alvensleben .... supervising producer
Original Music by
John McCarthy 
Rupert Parkes 
Cinematography by
John Stokes 
Film Editing by
Keith Salmon 
Casting by
Penny Ellers 
Faith Martin 
Production Design by
Michelle McGahey 
Art Direction by
Chris Batson  (as Christopher Batson)
Set Decoration by
Marta McElroy 
Costume Design by
Noreen Landry 
Terry Ryan 
Makeup Department
Angela Conte .... makeup supervisor
Troy Follington .... hair stylist
Mary Georgiou .... makeup artist
Christine Miller .... assistant makeup artist
Christine Miller .... key hair stylist
Simone Wajon .... makeup artist
Production Management
Dick Beckett .... unit manager
Anne Bruning .... unit production manager
John Nabereznyj .... post-production supervisor
Ramona Ng .... executive in charge of production
Libby Sharpe .... production manager
Lynda Wilkinson .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Guy Campbell .... second assistant director
Joanne Pearce .... second second assistant director
Liz Tan .... first assistant director
Art Department
Shane Aumont .... lead set dresser
Brett Bartlett .... construction manager
Zach Becroft .... assistant art director (as Zachary Beecroft)
Will Colhoun .... model making supervisor
Ben Collins .... set designer
John Jenkinson .... construction foreman
Thomas Kelso .... lead model maker
Lon Lucini .... property master
Eamon O'Kane .... head scenic artist
Denie Pentecost .... stand-by props
David Russell .... storyboard artist
Johnny Sella .... head scenic
Mark Sexton .... storyboard artist
Glenn Sheridan .... graphic designer
Kerrie Van Lambaart .... set dresser
Ben Walker .... standby props
Sound Department
Steph Carrier .... sound re-recording mixer
Michele Cook .... dialogue editor
Eliot Crackower .... re-recording assistant
Andy Duncan .... boom operator
Allan Fung .... adr editor
Peter Gleaves .... adr mixer
Jack Heeren .... sound re-recording mixer
Pete Kneser .... sound designer
Goro Koyama .... foley artist
Martin Pashley .... sound mixer
Mark Shnuriwsky .... supervising sound editor
Special Effects by
Dave Roberts .... special effects supervisor
Visual Effects by
Larry Adlon .... digital compositor
Larry Adlon .... digital effects artist
Ian Britton .... lead digital compositor
Mark Chong .... digital artist
Graham Cunningham .... animator
Graham Cunningham .... digital artist: Calibre Digital Pictures
Peter Denomme .... visual effects producer: Calibre Digital Pictures
David Hedley .... digital artist
Ariel Joson .... digital artist
Brian Lui .... digital compositor
Anthony Paterson .... visual effects supervisor
Che Spencer .... vfx: line producer
Rainy Venne .... lead compositor
Chris Anderson .... stunt coordinator
Roger Anthony .... stunts
Keir Beck .... stunts
Mark Campbell .... stunts
Nan Cao .... stunts
George Cheung .... assistant stunt coordinator
Nicole Downs .... stunts
Mark Duncan .... stunts
Mike Duncan .... stunts (as Michael Duncan)
Nigel Harbach .... stunts
Alex Kuzelicki .... stunt double
Alex Kuzelicki .... stunts
Dennis Lundin .... stunts
Nick McKinless .... stunts
Chris Mitchell .... stunts
Ray Morgan .... stunts
Leroy Page .... stunts
Puven Pather .... stunts
Tove Petterson .... stunts
Cathie Small .... stunts
Brit Sooby .... stunts
Darko Tuscan .... stunts (as Darko Tuskan)
Camera and Electrical Department
Jason Binnie .... assistant camera
Paul Booth .... gaffer
Ben Dugard .... lighting technician
Stephen Gray .... best boy
Warren Grieef .... key grip
Paul Heidke .... grip
Benn Hyde .... key grip
Pim Kulk .... camera "b" second assistant
Luis Olivares .... video assist operator
John Radel .... assistant camera
Matt Slattery .... gaffer
Marc Spicer .... Steadicam operator
Marc Spicer .... camera operator
Jan Thijs .... still photographer
Luke Thomas .... focus puller: "a" camera
Mark Wareham .... cinematographer: action sequences
Alan Willis .... electrician
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Adam Dalli .... costume buyer
Ivana Daniele .... stand-by costume
Editorial Department
Jennifer Macleod .... post-production coordinator
Alex Marquez .... first assistant editor
Anna McClelland .... first assistant editor
Eric Whipp .... telecine colorist
Music Department
Michael Lustig .... music consultant
Other crew
Deborah Alleck .... production secretary
Amy Barclay .... script supervisor
Bob Barr .... post-production accountant
Russell Boyd .... location manager
Brandee Brooks .... unit publicist
Siu-Tung Ching .... martial arts choreographer (as Tony Ching)
Gavin Evans .... unit
Kerry Fetzer .... caterer
Martin Flower .... location manager
Paula Jensen .... production coordinator
Dina Kolokotas .... set assistant
Christine Moran .... production accountant
Annalisa Pascoe .... production coordinator
Bruce Shapiro .... dialogue coach
Judy Whitehead .... script supervisor
Ming Beaver Kwei .... personal assistant (uncredited)

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UK:90 min

Did You Know?

The large Chinese character used in the film's logo does not mean "Invincible" at all; it actually just means "water".See more »
Slate:The white warrior? You saw the white warrior!
Os:Yes! Look Slate, look!
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4 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
Uh, yeah., 3 September 2004
Author: Conagher-7 from Houston, Texas

This movie wasn't as good as it could have been. The potential was there, with a decent plot and a few good actors, but it was just not done well.

The idea of a group of different individuals putting their differences aside and coming together to achieve a common goal is not new, but it can be done well. Here it was not. I didn't watch the movie for the story, which was good as it was not real good. The whole "love will overcome all" is a good idea, but Os runs it into the ground to the point that he comes across as one of those fake happy lovely-dovey Mormon missionary types that makes most people nauseous.

Judging from the commercials and the packaging, I expected this to be more of a martial arts movie. Sadly, where most martial arts movies use the story to connect the fight scenes, this movie apparently forgot that it was a martial arts flick and concentrated on a really weak story at the expense of the fighting. One could count the number of fight scenes in this movie on the fingers of one hand and still have plenty of fingers left. The fights that it did have weren't all that great, either. The fighting relied a lot on wires, which is okay for a fairy-tale or a wuxia movie, but it just looked silly here. Also, it wasn't hard to tell that the actors trained just long enough to pull this movie's few fight scenes off. The actions weren't crisp or particularly fast, and they tried to hide all of this via flickering lighting, jerky camera shots and slow-motion. It was just not good from a martial arts perspective.

Unfortunately, most of this 90 minute snoozer is only worth fast-forwarding through, which I did for most of the last thirty minutes, and I'm kicking myself for not fast-forwarding earlier through the totally inane temptation scene. Fast-forwarding through a movie is something I almost never do, but I couldn't take it after an hour of drivel. This movie may have worked as a children's cartoon or some sort of kids live-action movie, but not as a movie aimed at a post-adolescent audience. Mel Gibson I can forgive for being involved in this silly movie, but Jet Li ought to know better. Hopefully he did it as a favor or lost a bet or something.

Bottom line - avoid this one.

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