SURTALCHILGAAN DEER DARAHAD ARILJ KINO GARNA.
This non-sensical, distancing rendition of the prominent Japanese manga/anime City Hunter additionally happens to be a standout amongst the most attempting Hong Kong Cinema encounters around. Some cool tricks and battle groupings proliferate, yet nothing in the method for character or even plot. What’s more, besides, the mindless, in-your-face comic drama makes fingernails scratching a chalkboard appear like a charming approach to spend the night.
Jackie Chan plays Ryu Saeba (or Mang-Boh, in Cantonese), a private detective with a desire for darlings and burgers. He’s allocated to locate a runaway young lady (Kumiko Goto), who simply happens to hitch a ride on an extravagance liner that goes under Siege by terrorists (drove by Richard Norton). Joey Wong is Kaori, Jackie’s accomplice and affection interest and Chingmy Yau is Saeko, who’s very attractive as a unidentified law authority or something to that affect. Sky King Leon Lai plays a smooth player with an ability for tossing cards. To finish it all off, there’s a cameo by Michael Wong (as Jackie’s dead accomplice) and the Soft/Hard twosome of Eric Kot and Jan Lam show up.