Operation Condor - Armour Of God 2 [DVD]
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Jackie Chan co-writes, directs and stars in this 1990 Hong Kong action adventure. When the wealthy Baron Bannon (Bozidar Smiljanic) decides that he'd like to get his hands on Nazi gold that was apparently buried in the Sahara Desert during the war, he decides that the Asian Hawk (Chan) is the best man to retrieve it for him. The Hawk duly sets off to embark on an adventure in the company of Ada (Carol Cheng), with many foes and unforeseen obstacles blocking their way to the vast riches.
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In the past, Jackie Chan's plots have had enough holes to drive a Mack truck through: this one could take their entire production line. This spectacular example of the just-one-damn-thing-after-another school of filmmaking insults your intelligence almost as much as a Michael Winner film. Characterisation is elementary at best, stereotyping runs rampant and logic frequently flies out the window, but who cares? This is still one of the best audience pictures of the 90s, with incredible stunts no western star in the world (or his stuntman) would attempt.
Whereas Schwarzenegger or Stallone are pure brute force, Chan is the Buster Keaton or Donald O'Connor of action movies, with a slapstick acrobatic versatility that is astonishingly fluid. When did you last see them knock down a baddie then catch his gun in mid-air while doing a somersault over him, all in a single take? Like great dancing, it is not a series of choreographed moves in succession but appears to be one constant movement, and Chan knows how to place the camera to a stunt's best advantage.
The most expensive movie ever made in Hong Kong up until that time ($100m Hong Kong), his take on the Raiders movies is pure knockabout stuff.Read more ›
no language option and no extras,
only the moive and nothing else.
still though the windtunnel scene had me laughing out loud...
if you are a jackie fan buy it
if not buy it!
only 3 stars you say?
i am an avid jacky fan and am buying all his dvds slowly, but this had no extras whatsoever and the dubbing was not great, pity
definite 4 stars if that wasnt the case
He is not only a great actor as he is very versatile as he can do the normal films but he is also a very good comedic actor as well as a great choreographer and director.
I look forward to watching more of his films.
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Great Jackie Chan movie as they all are serious but with humour.Published 21 months ago by Keith Goldsmith