After his mob leader's son is killed by a police officer in a shootout, the leader sends Chow Yun-Fat on a mission to kill the cop's 7 year-old son in retaliation, eye-for-an-eye. But as the boy appears in the hands of his father seen by Fat through the crosshairs of a sniper rifle, Fat bulks at killing the boy. His bosses are none too pleased at his change of heart and send in "replacement" assassins, (one of whom is played by none other than Danny Trejo) to kill Fat as well as his family over in China. With the help of master forger Mira Sorvino who is convincing in her strong female role, quite capable of taking care of herself but forced by circumstances to ally with Lee, he must get back into China to face his nemesis.
Chow Yun-Fat is as excellent as ever in this movie, playing his 'killer with a conscience' role once again with his usual style and talent so if you love the sound of machine guns, and Chow Yun-Fat then this, is the movie for you. I also loved the music in the background and the scenes in the temple.