Double Trouble (2012)
Average Rating: 3.8/10
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A 400-year old national treasure painting will be exhibited for the first time in Taipei! Jay, the hot-shot security guard in charge of the security of this painting is busy in preparing for the event. His life is turned upside down by a bumbling tourist from Beijing - Ocean. Ocean, who works as a security guard in his own neighborhood, wins a raffle prize of a vacation in Taiwan. While visiting the museum, he becomes the only witness to the theft of the painting by international crime boss Z.
Jun 8, 2012 Limited
China Lion - Official Site
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Jaycee Chan isn't notably bad at any of this - it's just that we've seen it done before, and done better.
Unfortunately the director, David Hsun-Wei Chang, shows an indifference to elevating the by-the-numbers script.
Young Chan does his father proud with his fighting prowess, but also on a much more superficial level, he fits right in with all the eye candy, male and female, that fills the screen.
A slickly packaged action comedy that, for both better and worse, gets much of its inspiration from Western sources. A lithe genre effort with a shrugging surface engagement that melts like a pat of butter.
David Chang's inept martial arts comedy confirms the genius of Jackie Chan.
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