Jackie Chan's Project A2
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While there are no lengthy 1 on 1 matches, the action is all very good and also has a big emphasis on comedy. There are a couple of very long drawn out comic sequences, but it always ends in a big payoff. Thanks to the comedy, the movie moves along at a good pace. Make sure not to blink early on because there is a 5 second exchange between Jackie Chan and Chan Wei Man that is amazing. The stuntwork is superb. Just don't go into this expecting anything that comes close to matching the 3 on 1 final fight or the clocktower stunt from the first Project A. There is a nice 10 minute sequence towards the end that is filled with crazy stunts and also a few fights. Not his best, but definitely one of Jackie Chan's better movies.
On top of the names already given, the cast also includes Mars, Bill Tung, Fan Mei-Sheng, Ken Lo, Ben Lam, John Chiang, Lee Hoi San and Tiet Wo Chu. Ken Lo and Ben Lam unfortunately don't get in on the action.
The DVD from Dimension Video is not cut very much and the original music is intact, but the British dubbing gets extremely annoying. Picture quality is very good and perfectly widescreened.
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This movie is definitely better than Project A. It's well written, the plot is not silly, and there are plenty of subplots to make it interesting. Read morePublished on June 27, 2013 by Remo Williams
One of the best movies of Jackie Chan. He is the only who combined Action with comedy and presented among us and was most successful in his career. Read morePublished on October 15, 2012 by Nik
This dvd started out a little stupid with the pirates, but it got a lot better as the movie progessed. Usually anything with Jackie Chan in it is memorable because of his Kung Fu.Published on August 22, 2011 by B. J.
Las películas de Jakie Chan, aunque no son muy biuenas, valen la pena, nada más por ver todo lo que hace. Los años no le afectan.Published on September 12, 2010 by R. VILLEGAS
This 1987 sequel to PROJECT A does away with Sammo Hung and Yuan Biao - both of whom at the time were filming EASTERN CONDORS - but Jackie Chan is back and, really, that's the... Read morePublished on August 4, 2010 by H. Bala
This movie is okay, it has some cool fight scenes and funny moments but Jackie Chan keeps getting hurt too much, some of the fight scenes are kinda flawed and there's too much... Read morePublished on May 27, 2010 by M. L. Robbins
Sequels are a capricious lot with most nowhere near the stature of the original. Sometimes you find a sequel that is considered better than the original, some critics (such as John... Read morePublished on December 15, 2009 by Shawn McKenna
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