The Accidental Spy (Te wu mi cheng) (2001)
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My name if Jackie Chan. Jackie Chan is an exercise equipment sales man that has always dreamed of being in law enforcement. He is caught on TV saving a woman's life from a robber and, of course, a spy agency recruits him to really save lives. He is sent on a mission where he chases a man who stole a secret virus through Korea and Turkey. "You can either work for us or take your chances." Teddy Chan, director of Purple Storm, Bodyguards and Assassins, Kung Fu Killer, Downtown Torpedoes, and Wait till You're Older, delivers The Accidental Spy. The storyline for this is way below par and definitely disappointing. The action scenes are classic cheesy Jackie Chan and the action is mediocre. "Is it true you know kung fu?" "Yes. That's right." I came across this Jackie Chan on Netflix and decided to give it a shot. I really should not have. Chan makes a lot of cheesy flicks and this was one of those. The humor wasn't funny and I didn't enjoy the action sequences much either. I'd skip this. "Americans can be very useful." Grade: C-
i kind of enjoyed it, up to the most part!
Hilarious action scenes and great stunts. The plot was a little bit rushed and shoddily done. The characters do not add to the story or have chemistry with one another, poor acting from everyone.
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