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Bleeding Steel

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China / Hong Kong  •    •  109m  •    •  Directed by: Leo Zhang.  •  Starring: Jackie Chan, Callan Mulvey, Tess Haubrich, Na-Na OuYang, Damien Garvey, Kaitlyn Boyé, Michael McHugh, Show Lo, Olga Miller, Brendan Byrne, Kim Gyngell, Diana Hübel, Erica Xia-Hou.  •  Music by: Fei Peng.
        A special-force agent/police officer is assigned to protect a young woman involved in a science experiment of longevity, from a gangster with an army of advanced technology who desires to obtain her power, while also having connections with him.

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Review:

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What a lousy screenplay, man. If you watch carefully from the very beginning, Jackie Chan is actually the Executive Producer, his son is another producer, one of the female actors is also one of the screenplay writers. The scenario is ridiculous, about a invention of the artificial heart that can make half dead people resurrect from the dead. Lot of gun fights, explosions, demonic-like villains and globe trekkers. Since Jacki Chan has an Australian Passport and his wife a permanent resident there, he just like to use Australia as one the movie's shooting location other than Hong Kong.

This is a very childish and shallow action movie for the majority of video gaming generation, guys still live with their parents, eating instant ra-mien soaking in boiled hot water while still playing the video games. But if you really like Jackie Chan's movie, watch "The Foreigner" instead.


Review by BasicLogic from the Internet Movie Database.