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Fans of Jet Li know him for his excellent martial arts ability He is making his third debut this year with his new movie Romeo Must Die He made his first appearance as the bad guy in Lethal Weapon 4 and then starred in Black Mask He is a seventh degree black belt and his fans hold him to it when they watch him on the big screen His audiences are looking for some excellent fights however they get just the opposite to the ordinary kung fu flick with Romeo Must Die Basically every kung fu movie out there has a half-baked story and is based purely on fancy martial arts Romeo Must Die is just the opposite It has a relatively good story but some horrible and choppy fight scenes The story takes place on a waterfront filled with small businesses that has two groups fighting to control the area When Jet Lis character Han hears that his brother has been killed in the process he escapes from a Tokyo prison to kick butt with a vengeance The story is filled with intricate plot twists on the way adding wonder of its audience The fight scenes suffer miserably from poor camera work In all great martial arts fighting scenes people like to see all the fancy moves but their view will be hampered in Romeo Must Die The camera never stands still so you can never get a grasp on the action Thoughts like Whos getting beat up and Is that the guy he just kicked race through your mind when viewing these pitiful scenes Thats not to say that Jet Li himself isnt delivering a great performance He is truly a master of field He puts a lot of effort into doing his own stunts but it is the directors in this case who are at fault Something new has also been added Whenever Li delivers a critical hit the camera zooms
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