This action movie unfolds with the story of Bei, a salesman at a workout equipment store, who harbors dreams of adventures. It all starts when on one normal dull day, Bei follows his ... See full summary »
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"Exploration of Space"
Written by Stefan Bossems, Claus Terhoeven & Andre Wevers
Performed by Cosmic Gate
Courtesy of Radikal Records, Inc.
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Jackie Chan has reached a new low, and it is this film. While some of his more recent films can be forgiven, this one tends to be one of his duller and less satisfying moments. While rush Hour and Rush Hour 2 offered some charm from the dynamic master of bodily contortions, this film just didn't reach that same aura of incredulity. Maybe this is a warning to Jackie: stop making films where CGI and wires are needed. If you can't do it, then don't. While it did have some potential, the antagonist just didn't seem bad enough, kind of like Jonathan Price in Tomorrow Never Dies. Sad, and I thought that whole Jennifer Love Hewitt dynamic might aid the film.
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