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When corrupt Roman leader Tiberius arrives with a giant army to claim the Silk Road, Huo An teams up his army with an elite Legion of defected Roman soldiers led by General Lucius to protect his country and his new friends.
At the beginning of the film, when the red building breaks, it falls and crashes to the right. However, in the next shot, the building is standing upright, unbroken. In the shot after this, as Jackie Chan's character jumps off the ledge, the building can be seen falling and crashing to the right again. See more »
Okay, the plot is a little bit all over the place at times but it still
had some pretty neat fights (Jackie Chan always delivers some good
stunts for his films) and some fun humor (often within said fight
There was some dubbed scenes in the first 20 minutes where they clearly
weren't speaking English as they would have had no reason to being just
Chinese present but luckily that didn't last too long.
I'm guessing the studio thought that Johnny Knoxville fans couldn't
handle reading too many subtitles so they dubbed every other scene that
was Mandarin sometimes more obvious than others (in the first dubbed
scene they avoid the obviousness by simply picking shots that avoid the
lips of the cast when they speak).
But I guess that makes it feel a bit like the classic early 90's Jackie
Chan movies where they did similar things for the international
Anyway all in all I was mostly entertained and that's why we watch
these kind of movies after all and it's worth watching it to see Jackie
Chan sing Adelé alone.
6.5/10 for me.
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