Although a little disjointed between scenes, this movie will keep you on the edge of your seat right from the very beginning. If you are looking for a great martial arts choreographed movie this is one of them. Michael Chuah, the director and male lead, can give a good punch where it hurts.
One of my favorite fight sequences is towards the end with the ropes as the backdrop. It was pretty cool and well orchestrated. For comic relief Henry Thia provides quite a handful of them which makes the movie a little lighthearted against some bloody and brutal action.
I would have liked some of the emotional scenes to last a little bit longer but hey this is an action flick. And after such a great and tense finale I thought it wrapped up a little too quick, too soon for me to have something to savor.
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