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A stupid movie that won't even work for the kids.
Ridiculous and terrible movie, but at least it made me laugh out loud.
this would have been an ok movie if not for Lee Evans performance. He is just way too over the top and makes all those scenes he is in ridiculous.
Well, nothing but Jackie Chan fight scenes.
And Arthur Watson is a really unlaughable character in this movie.
By Far Jackie's worst American movie. The super powers
And special effects made the whole movie terrible. I rarely
Recommend to pass on a movie but this is one of them.
It's good movie to watch
Okay Jackie Chan vehicle. Based on the cast, which includes Claire Forlani, Julian Sands, John Rhys-Davies and Lee Evans, you'd think this was an English language production, but it's really a Hong Kong production that happens to be suing a largely English speaking cast. This time Jackie plays a HK police dectictive who is killed in an accident involving an ancient medallion which brings him back to life with new super powers. Sands plays the bad guy after the medallion, and Evans plays the annoying comic relief in the film as Chan's parter, and Forlani plays the love interests (which was kind of cool since you almost never see any mixed race couples in film or television). The action sequences are good, as you would expect in a Jackie Chan film, though they're are not his best or patricianly memorable. The main thing I took away from this film is that I miss seeing Forlani in more films ("Mallrats" made me get a crush on her). Overall, this film is probably only for hardcore Jackie Chan fans.
Another useless film that stars, Jackie Chan.
Dumb movie. Not worth watching.
Terrible film, couldn't finish it, Lee Evans was just too annoying.