Action • PG-13 • 2001 • 1 hr 27 min
Not a bad Jet Li film but not the best either.
Mind-blowing when i watched it 20 years ago… now I can’t even get through the YouTube clips. Dated & forgettable.
Great concept for an sf martial arts movie.
Ok action movie. Jet Li great as always at the fights. Jason Statham is here and very young. Something I could probably watch again.
A fun Jet Lee movie with an interesting premise.
Great, fun premise, gets a lot of mileage out of the idea. Pretty disappointing action sequences, and lackluster effects
At first I thought it was gonna be lame but it was actually pretty good. Some of the Fx was dated but overall entertaining.
Great multiverse movie. Wonderful action. Jet LI is always a win.
Decent sci-fi action movie, watchable action film
Goofy film with solid action and a hilarious soundtrack. Ending scene alone is worth price of admission.
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