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I'm not a movie critic. Just a standard movie watcher lackey, and I found this movie a lot of fun. It's story line intertwines between a classical action film with Jackie Chan in it and a good war/history film. But most of the reviews are true. The classical Jackie Chan moves, and the classical Chan comedy - there is all of that in the action scenes, but not at the quantity one will expect. You must note one thing here - this is part a history, part an action, part a war movie, and for me every aspect of it was just the amount that I've needed to find it hilarious and to be on the edge throughout the whole movie!
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