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Good cast is wasted on mediocre script. Nothing original here, nothing even stylish to recommend. However, if you have nothing better to do and borrow it from someone, it will fill your time.
Epic storytelling if a bit cliched and corny. All acting is fine, but the ending seems a bit too godfather-ish in look for my taste and comes across as cheesy. Overall a tale told many times before but still enjoyable to watch.
An ok attempt at trying to revive the heroic bloodshed wave. It's pretty much a Bullet in the Head remake, but while "Bullet" dedicated time to develope it's characters here everything feels rushed and by-the-numbers. Not bad, but it just feel like a very long deja vu of stuff that has been done before, and better. Honglei Sun once more steals the whole thing, and Shu Qi is Shu Qi.
It is about time they came on out with a Asian gangster flick that shows the power of a dream...and the price for defiance in straying from the path of the fulfilling that dream...John Woo as a Producer enhanced the magic or a beautifully crafted story that captures the imagination and never lets go until the very soul crushing end. The Starlet Qi Shu was in one of the movies :"The Transporter"...with Jason Stathan...remember her??? LOL! See this for the joy of watching an authentic Asian crime drama.
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