Twenty years after a set of events, the TEC (Time Enforcement Commission), the agency that makes sure that no one travels into the past without permission and changes history, is still ...
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Jason Scott Lee (Dragon - The Bruce Lee Story), Korean heartthrob Jang Hyuk (Windstruck, Volcano High), and Singapore's A-list artiste Fann Wong (Shanghai Knights, Just Follow Law) star in ... See full synopsis »
On the eve of a big US-Japan trade summit, a reporter gets a hot tip that the Japanese-American head of a big aerospace firm will be selling trade secrets to a Japanese contact. Intent on ... See full summary »
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Twenty years after a set of events, the TEC (Time Enforcement Commission), the agency that makes sure that no one travels into the past without permission and changes history, is still going strong. Now Brandon Miller a TEC operative, believes that they have a responsibility to change history hoping that the world will be better but Ryan Chan another Tec operative stops him but kills the woman he loves in the process. Two years later Miller escapes from prison and sets out to eliminate all TEC operatives by killing their ancestors. Eventually Ryan's the only one left and has to stop Miller before he gets him. Written by
When the Chinese restaurant window breaks in 1929, it is clearly tempered glass. Although tempered glass had been invented, it was not in widespread production or use in 1929, and no restaurant window would be made of it. See more »
I loved Jason Scott Lee in this picture. The passion that he puts into his role is commendable. I loved the story and the moral conflicts that the main characters go through in being Time Cops. It was a pretty good role for the antagonist in this movie, too. The movie contained one of the longest epilogues I have ever seen, but they kept it entertaining so I didn't mind. Another really cool thing I personally loved is his use of Jeet Kun Do (Bruce Lee's fighting style). He used it in the movie Dragon and did so well with it. For those that know a little about his fighting style, and even for those who don't, it is pretty awesome to watch. In a future movie, I would love to see the characters spend more time with a particular historical event (They were in Berlin for a total of maybe 7 minutes in the beginning of the film). I would love to see another Time Cop movie, but only if Jason Scott Lee plays in it again! It's a Tivo keeper ;)
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