Now this is more like it. Still the occasional nonsense you expect from Ho, but this time he delivers with a lot more action of a higher quality. Some great fights and stunts here courtesy of Moon Lee and Sharon Yeung.
Wasn't really expecting much, and that's pretty much what I got. Way too much downtime here. Action is okay. Still, earns an extra star for its fresh approach to shaking martinis and its liberal use of John Carpenter's HALLOWEEN theme during action scenes.
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