Knights is bound and determined to entertain, and in the end, plays it ridiculously safe.
Chan flips kicks the piece to success, towering over the hackneyed familiarity of the cliche-riddled script with wildly kooky fight scenes.
Aficionados of Chan's earlier works may find Dragon Lord more tolerable than those brought up on the likes of Rush Hour
Protector loves America, or at least raw American cinema.
Despite a tonal shift away from antics, Crime Story's remarkable action is no less a signature.
Twin Dragons more intent on pushing forward with gags and comedic blunders than rapid-fire fisticuffs.
While A 2 doesn't bite too hard with its brawls -despite some outstanding choreography and falls- it's saving for a wide arching finale with more locations than this small suburb seems to offer.
This is an '80s martial arts dream project, Jackie Chan teamed with Sammo Hung and Biao Yuen for a bit of seafaring escapism.
It's a masterwork of pristine editing, careful planning, and casting, because there are only a handful of people willing to take these bumps.
Operation Condor has a drive for perfectionism, no doubt fueled by Chan's infectious energy and total lack of fear when the cameras roll.
It's time for the first even themed month on DoBlu, and what better way to kick off this concept than with Jackie Chan! Get it? "Kick" off? Yep, it's brilliant.
There's no loss of eccentric charm for Dreamworks' latest offering, the writing team remaining on cue and the snappy dialogue timing itself.