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Low-budget and rather sloppy Asian actioner, about a gorgeous woman cop on the run with the gorgeous hooker she has made into an informant, evading both the crooks and the corrupt cops who have betrayed them. The numerous Jackie Chan-styled action scenes are great, benefiting from Corey Yuen's experience as action director for Jet Li and others, and the two girls who kick ass throughout the film and wonderful to watch. It's a worthwhile entertainment for this sort of film, but doesn't try to add anything new to the formula, and the direction (by Corey Yuen, co-directing for the first time, with David Lai) doesn't really lend itself to coherency either.
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