How can we save the prince if we don't know who is who?
On her happy hike Cheung Ching-Ching stumbles upon the scene of a slaughter. She flies down to investigate. She finds a belt buckle with a symbol on it. Cut to a bunch of people concerned that the prince has gone missing. They send out people to look. Cut to a hot chick in a palanquin caravan is observed by strangers and seems about to be robbed or worse. Cheung Ching-Ching stops at a tea house and meets four guys out looking for the prince and they bear the same belt buckle. Though they seem to be telling the truth she kills three out of four of them. Confused? I am. The story continues to be about determining the good guy from the bad guy and piles of false accusations. The action is below average. There is an attempt to mix up the fights with empty hands and various weapons but they all end up looking alike, are shot too close, lack power, or lack focus. Yet it did hold my attention and I abstained from the fast forward button. Still I rate it below average for the year and genre.
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