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Bulletproof Monk [DVD]  [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
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Congratulations on the film.
I love the story, character choices and the action in this film.
It is both serious yet funny and I can't help but laugh at Seann William scott at times although it was nice to see him in a more serious role.
I love the action scenes in this and I think that Yun-Fat Chow played a wonderful Monk.
Fun for all the family!
The path to enlightenment to not easy, and I personally have settled for mild stupidity. But for something to be worthwhile then it is never easy, unlike watching this. Starring Crouching Tiger's Chow Yun Fat (yes I know he's done more films than that) and American Pie's Seann William Scott, Bulletproof Monk has been described as "Matrix light" but I would have said it doesn't take itself quite so seriously. And I prefer the lovely Jamie King to Carrie Ann Moss (sorry love). Very feisty.
The standard Kung Fu-ish fight affair, with some good characters and a few laughs.
Jaime King plays Jade, a mafia princess, who is one of the good guys. Seann William Scott stars as Kar, a pick-pocket who has learned fighting from watching marshal art films. Yun-Fat Chow plays a monk with a secret he must protect from the evil doers who want to dominate the world.
It is a film that would have that 13-16 year old appeal.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
to sum up this film...meh. It feels like a summer blockbuster, in that it's worth a watch, isn't too bad, but unlike the godfather for instance is far from atimeless classic.Published 4 months ago by Greg N.
An amusing martial arts film - not the greatest but definitely worth watchingPublished 5 months ago by Pete in UK
Turned up in good condition plays well and no hick ups so that is a plus good product good value good film thanksPublished 6 months ago by denise scott