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Martin L. Washington Jr.,
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I attended the premiere at the Cathay cinema, it was a complete full house 8 cinemas completely sold out. From the opening frame this is eye candy for everyone. Cinematography is gorgeous, music is moving with a full orchestra, sounded very Hollywood. I love films like this, concentrating on the performances rather then just being a martial arts film. It really moved me in many scenes. Fann Wong is stunning, I have not seen her pull off a role like this in her past films, very challenging. Jason scott Lee proves he can act again and the Korean guy really impressed me. It felt very much like an Asian Magnolia, I especially was impressed with the scene inter-cut with the fight and the Korean Guy dancing.. very well done.
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