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Blood Money (2012)

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A Colombian drugs cartel joins forces with a group of Hong Kong Triads and the hottest Hitman on the planet, to ship two tonnes of cocaine into Australia and China.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Toby Barron Toby Barron ... Barman
Byron J. Brochmann Byron J. Brochmann ... Toscani Mafia #1
Alex Castro ... Esteban Cabrera
Pauline Egan Pauline Egan ... Kylie Mitchell
Jeronimo Garcia Jeronimo Garcia ... Raul
Masson Ge Masson Ge ... Angie Ho
Nancy Ibarra Grande Nancy Ibarra Grande ... Podium Dancer
Nelson Grande ... Kako
Shiga Lin ... Ping Ho
Chia-Hui Liu ... Shaolin Monk
Zheng Liu Zheng Liu ... Zhou
Alana Lowes Alana Lowes ... Sam
Brad McMurray ... Mario Toscani
Jason Neibling Jason Neibling ... Wolf
Pitbull ... Himself
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Zheng Zhou is the most feared warrior from the Shaolin Dynasty in China. His fighting and weapons skills are legendary. But when his parents are killed and sister kidnapped, he turns to a life of drugs and crime that will almost kill him. With the help of Hong Kong's notorious Dragon Triad syndicate, Colombia's biggest drugs cartel hatches an elaborate plan to traffic two tonnes of crack cocaine through the Port of Miami in America and ultimately into Australia and China. But when the partnership turns sour after the Cartel holds a Triad family member hostage, the Triads recruit Zhou to rescue the girl and kill the Colombians. What ensues is a bloodied street war across three countries. Zhou turns international Hitman with an arsenal of hi-tech surveillance devices, explosives, high powered weaponry and an array of fighting skills dating back fifteen hundred years. But just as Zhou rescues the hostage and takes control of the entire drugs shipment, the Triads and Colombians re-ignite ... Written by Gregory McQualter

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Taglines:

Zheng Liu - the next Bruce Lee!

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Action | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for bloody violence, language, drug content and some sexuality/nudity | See all certifications »

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 August 2012 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Bérgyilkos a világ ellen See more »

Filming Locations:

Hong Kong, China See more »

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Budget:

$2,300,000 (estimated)
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Ambrosia Pictures See more »
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16:9 widescreen
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Trained since a young age at the famed Shaolin Academy in Henan Province China, star Zheng Liu has the magical ability to break solid steel bars over his head and throw steel pins at extreme speed through solid sheets of glass. See more »

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Bloody disaster, more like
2 June 2013 | by TheLittleSongbirdSee all my reviews

When you see a tag-line like the star is the next Bruce Lee that does make you want to watch Blood Money. Now I know that tag-lines can be wildly exaggerated. Zheng Liu really does have very impressive martial arts skills, but I couldn't properly enjoy them with such lifeless choreography and choppy editing. And really Blood Money is really a disaster that has only Liu's martial arts skills as its saving grace. Visually, it was very confused and tried to do way too much. With the different colour schemes, the constant rapidly-shifting location changes, choppy editing and fast camera work, it never came together and it had a very dizzying effect when watching. The soundtrack is monotonous and forgettable and the dialogue, further disadvantaged by some very stilted line delivery, is just dreadful with clumsy attempts to be cool and iconic. With the story, even with the IMDb summary(interestingly written by the director), I still don't have a bloody clue what was going on in the movie, it was not just formulaic and dull but had a stopping-and-restarting effect and had the feel of the beginning of the movie actually being the middle. The characters are undeveloped and just as incoherent, these characters just come and go with no explanation and when you sometimes don't entirely know who the heroes and villains are you know there's something wrong. In regard to the acting, Liu's martial arts skill are fine but his lead performance on the acting front is a total blank. Pitbull is out of place, Gordon Liu brings some dignity but his character seemed to come out suddenly from another movie so it jarred and in general there was a lot of painful overacting going on. Overall, a disaster. And the comparison to Bruce Lee is exaggerated and most likely a marketing ploy(apologies for the possible cynicism to whoever reads this), Liu is good and promising in his strengths but nowhere near as charismatic, and in regard to Lee's movies while they were somewhat silly at least I could tell what was happening and who was who, an effect I didn't get at all with Blood Money. 2/10 Bethany Cox


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