In an attempt to find out the identity of a French drug dealer, who works with a Chinese one, Liu Jian, a Chinese police officer, who does his best to reveal the identity of those dealers, so he travels to France, where he finds himself involved in a crime he did not commit, so he struggles against proving his innocence and receive help from a young woman.
Practical, resourceful and unfussy. That's Jet Li, the Martha Stewart of martial arts mayhem.
September 19, 2010
Jet Li's true masterpiece of the 2000s is a blitzkrieg of crazy, hard-R martial arts. Forget the need to always know who's beating whom or why in a narrative that's basically negligible. "Dragon's" gritty, giddy grindhouse thrills trump logic.