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Centers on 5 sophisticated bank robbers soughting to retrieve their money with Wu jing leading the pack.
Un très bon effort du cinéma HongKongais. Beaucoup d'action et de scène de combats. Un scénario correct sans être extravagant et des acteurs pour la pluspart convaincant. A voir si on aime les films d'action sans trops se casser la tête
Additional 0.5 star for the action stunts of Tse and Yu. While Wu Jing still fighting in SPL & SPL2, strong martial base.
All three main characters made a great impression. How ever the deepest was made by Jaycee, and that when he still was new in the game - such a great preformance. This is by the far most enthralling actionmovie I ever seen. When you think it's over... forget it!
I have found this film in the "gun fu" category on the Wikipedia, but there's next to no "gun fu" there, it's just a usual action film with fights, not at all related to a skillfull use of "gun fu". The fights are good. What is really amasing about that film is the way the "evil" characters gloat, how they do dramatic silence, acting "cool". They discuss morals. It is a very sentimental film. The cops are equally blessed with integrity and raw emotions. The characters are (arche)typical and in retrospect seem very naive but I was moved.
Fast-paced, action-packed and entertaining. Explosions and gunfire are the excuse for the lack of story and character depth.
Lightning struck hard on my side of town while I was watching this insane cops vs. bad guy flick. It's insane when the bad guys are brutal but when the cops have to team up to take on the bad guys...the fight scenes becomes...elemental. Three police officers with nothing to lose goes all out to try to stop a team of robbers that are on a murdering spree for anyone who gets in there way to reclaim the money taken from a job they once have done. Worth your while seeing Jaycee Chan (Jackie Chan's biological son) being bullied on by the bad guys AND his fellow police officers. A really nice flick of revenge and redemption.
This film is a crime against Hong Kong film and bad CGI fire.
A generic Hong Kong action flick that feels similar to the old school actioners John Woo produced in the late 80s and early 90s. Plenty of spectacular action sequences and great stunt work. It's ludicrously over the top but that's part and parcel with these type of films. Sadly the pace is uneven, it's by-the-numbers storyline is far too cliched and predictable and it's characters are bland stereotypes. It's solid visually with plenty of flair but happily abandons character development and story in favour of large explosions and special effects. Invisible Target delivers plenty of action and some humourous moments but it's overlong and ultimately gets bogged down. I can think of much better examples of Hong Kong action movies such as the John Woo and Ringo Lam films starring Chow Yun-fat and Johnnie To's excellent Running Out of Time.
Cliche & Predictable, and suffers from logical flaws in the story and also unrealisticness