Ballistic Kiss (1998)





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Martial arts star Donnie Yen serves as producer, director and leading man of this stylish Hong Kong crime drama. Cat (played by Yen) is a killer for hire who is eager to leave the business, but agrees to one last hit to get even with a former friend who turned on him when they were both police officers, forcing Cat into a life of crime. Meanwhile, Cat discovers Carrie (Annie We), a female cop, has been put on his trail, and he kidnaps her -- only to find himself falling in love with her. Satsat Yan, Tiutiu Mo was Donnie Yen's second directorial assignment, following the period drama Legend of the Wolf. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
Action & Adventure , Art House & International , Drama
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Annie Wu
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Donnie Yen injects some artistic flair into the proceedings, but often he takes it too far, employing too many tricks and gimmicks (Color to Black & White, Sped Up Motion, Slow Motion, Jazzy Editing, Etc.) that it becomes too distracting and disorienting... However, the mere fact that he tried to infuse some artistry within his film already places it above all those conventional and derivative examples of the "Bullet Ballet" genre (aka "Gun-Fu" or "Heroic Bloodshed"). Still, nothing all that special... an interesting failure is probably the best description for it.

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