Goofy comedy and martial arts action collide when a young renegade cop and his seasoned partner seek a serial killer who's stalking the streets of Hong Kong. Brazen cop Wang (Zhang Wen) is always getting into trouble. Fortunately his more experienced partner Huang (Jet Li) is always there to set things right. The contentious cops are forced to put their differences aside, however, when they learn that the madman who's terrorizing their city all have ties to a rising young starlet named Liu. Now, in order to draw out the killer, one of the cops will pose as her lover while the other awaits the perfect moment to strike.~Jason Buchanan
This movie is not what you would expect it to be even from the trailers. From the cover synopsis and trailers you would think this to be an action movie with Jet Li as a co-star and undercover police investigations. But this movie cannot be taken seriously if you want to enjoy it, it is more of a parody along the lines of Kung Fu Hustle and Stephen Chow movies than an actual serious action movie. The few action scenes that do exist are pretty good thought and choreographed well. But there seems too few of them and some scenes are just so random that they don't make much sense. Again not a completely horrible movie, as long as you don't take it serious or go in expecting the wrong thing.
Being a huge fan of the Asian cinema and of jet li I expected to be amazed. However, Li wasn't in the movie often and it had a bit too much humor mixed into the action. It's watchable to see it once, but I doubt a repeat watching is in the future