Bleeding Steel

Bleeding Steel


Jackie Chan is a hardened special forces agent who fights to protect a young woman from a sinister criminal gang in this China-HK actioner. At the same time he feels a special connection to the young woman, like they met in a different life...

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  • Bleeding Steel is all about old-school thrills, and Zhang has delivered a wide range of them, from cafeteria catfights to expansive pyrotechnics - with not just one but two crotch-kicking gags thrown in for good measure. Full Review

  • The quality of Chan's recent films has varied wildly, and with this one he hits a new low in terms of the nonsensical garbage he is willing to put his name to. Full Review

  • It is not just the premise of the story that fails to convince. The design of the film, from the costumes to the set, is so nonsensical that it becomes unintentionally funny. Full Review

  • Features all the zesty fights, slick effects and goofy slapstick one expects from a Jackie Chan family movie ... though the film's corny cyberpunk pastiche appeals exclusively to kids. Full Review

  • In theory, this is some kind of tongue-in-cheek science fiction action caper, but Zhang proceeds as if his goal were to keep us in the dark for as long as possible as to what the story is about. Full Review

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