Summary: Jason Statham safe's the best to last. Jason Statham safe. the story is about A former elite agent must take on two tough assignments: rescue a girl from the dangerous Triads while using a coveted safe combination to outwit the Russian Mafia, corrupt cops and the Triads themselves. this movie was like taken but with Jason Statham kicking ass.the camera is very shaker in some place and I can't tell what is going on.
Excerpt: A young Chinese girl who can memorize series of numbers becomes a vital piece between conflicting groups trying to outwit each other just to get a big cash in a safe which combination stocks in her mind. *** First few minutes of the film and I already appreciate the good visual and audio transitions from scene to scene. I also like the parallelism shown on the first half. The cinematography is great, the use of mirror and reflections.
Summary: If you've seen one Jason Statham film, you've seen them all - the man does one thing but he does it well: kick all kinds of ass. But unlike Crank or The Transporter - he's protecting an young girl (as opposed to a woman closer to his own age - so you get loads of violence but none of the sexual overtones). It's a slight change of pace, but let's face it - it's guns, punching, kicking, car chases - mindless entertainment.
Summary: If you want to download the digital copy to your computer, forget it. Lionsgate will not help you, they just e-mail you and tell you it has expired. It doesn't say that anywhere on the product I bought. It is a good movie with good action. Watch out for Lionsgate and Wal-Mart disc that clam to provide digital copies.
Summary: Luke Wright (Jason Statham) is an MMA fighter who refused to blow a fight and encounters Mei (Catherine Chan), a Chinese girl who knows a long number vital for business. It's screenplay, lackluster acting and lack of better development for the antagonists were its flaws. The action so authentic, fast and hard hitting. Car chases, loaded guns and hand to hand fights were well choreographed.
Summary: Ever since 06's 'Crank' I have been a huge fan of Statham's. This movie reminded me somewhat of watching old Steven Segal films in the '80's. Cool however terrible acting and editing to boot. However if loads of gratuitous violence and non stop gun fights are your thing then this will definatly get you through. I swear actor James Hong never ages, he's looked the same since the 80's. A worthwhile watch in my opinion.