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Hong Kong police negotiator Lee Chung-Chi has learned that his 16 year old daughter Wing-Chi has disappeared while in Thailand. He travels to Thailand and teams up with Chinese officer Tsui Kit and his partner, Tak, as they face off against American gangster Sacha, who is operating a black market organ smuggling ring. A series of clues lead Chung-Chi to not only learn the fate of his daughter, but overcome the odds to stop the ring once and forWritten by
Sadly not a patch on Spl 1 or 2. They usually great cast are not given much character development or emotion in this weak bleak "Taken" remake.
Do you hope that the action might make up for it. Unfortunately this isn't the case as the action is so badly edited with fast cuts, moves that don't flow from one to the next and some clear wire work that jars.
Tony Jaa is utterly wasted and only the end fight scene has any real feel to it again poor in comparison to other movies.
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