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There are few cinematic crimes more heinous than making a boring action movie. Sadly, that's what the first hour of Triads-versus-Yakuza thriller War is. Read full review
War is like Statham's other actioners "The Transporter" and "Crash" -- fun, but not big or dumb enough to be glorious. Read full review
It's a complicated plot, but one that leaves plenty of room for everything a fan could want: gunplay, swordfights, brutal mano a mano fisticuffs, motorcycle races, car chases, Japanese gangsters eating sushi off of topless women, and that old standby, a decapitated head in a box. Read full review
Quickly devolves into a standard-issue crime drama laced with routine martial artistry. Read full review
The action sequences are shot in close-ups and with such rapid editing, it’s nearly impossible to find a sense of rhythm let alone follow what’s happening. Read full review
Perhaps this movie would have been better off if it starred Steven Seagal and Tom Arnold. Read full review
Lacking even the galvanizing action sequences that would have compensated for suffering through its formulaic plot, this is a thoroughly forgettable exploitationer that will not enhance its stars' resumes. Read full review
Fun here is fleeting. Read full review
If you want to see Li and Statham in an underwhelming martial arts film, rent "The One" instead. Li talks considerably more in that movie, but at least he punches a lot of people out. Read full review
A kind of dumbed-down, souped-up action thriller in a quasi-"Lethal Weapon" mode. Read full review
"You'll be disappointed in the film but satisfied by the sheer volume of bloodshed."
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