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After a lethal American attack robot, RS1, is unleashed onto the mean streets of Hong Kong, Asia's funkiest crime-fighting team, the Gen-Y Cops, find themselves on the wrong side of the law. Their latest member, Edison, is accused of stealing RS1, and forced to go on the run. Gen-Y cops Match and Alien must find him before maverick FBI agent Ian Curtis does. Another member of the FBI unit, Jane (Maggie Q), becomes convinced of Edison's innocence. They discover that the real villain of the piece is Edison's old friend, Kurt, the warped genius who created RS1, and now follows his own deadly agenda...Written by
Jackie Chan had no involvement with the sequel. His name was used in the American title as an attempt to attract a western audience. See more »
Aren't you guys in enough trouble already?
Us? You guys broke laws that we don't even have yet!
Yeah keep flapping dickhead! You're the one going to the Bamboo Alcatraz!
For what? Illegal diving? Refusing to bleed? Thank God you Americans can't shoot for shit!
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The American version cut mostly dialogue, taking out Match's involvement with an Internet company. Match's name is different, from Match Fung to Match Yeung. Some of the Chinese dialogue is wrongly translated or not translated at all. See more »
A Complete Mess, With Confused Screenplay and Not-Well Developed Characters
I saw this movie on VHS some time ago (27 Jan 2003), just because of the name of Paul Rudd on the cover. I liked his performance in `The Object of My Affection' very much and I really expected a good work. However, I found this film a complete mess. The story has a very confused screenplay and the characters are not well developed. Further, the low-budget special effects do not help much. I do not know the previous generation of Gen-Y Cops, but this next generation is not good. I do not recall exactly why I gave this grade (and I do not intent to see this movie again), but my vote is four.
Title (Brazil) : `Gen-Y Cops A Nova Geração' (`Gen-Y Cops The Next Generation')
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