The battle scenes here are apparently Yen’s best up until this point, and the best in over 10 years. Individuals are getting beaten, hand to hand fighting duels are occurring, and blood is spilled. This isn’t an activity film, it’s a kung fu motion picture. Also, it appears. Amazing kung fu star Sammo Hung splendidly arranges the battle scenes to flawlessness, and it would appear that he won’t hinder at any point in the near future. The heading by Wilson Yip is smooth and grasping as usual, and he likewise gives the film a decent sepia tone to offer inclination to the film.
Yen grabbed my eye subsequent to seeing him in “SPL”. At that point in “Flashpoint”, I was dazed by his moves, and thought he was the following Jet Li. All things considered, after this I figure he might just be the following Bruce Lee. I would not joke about this! Not just infusing humankind and great portrayal, Yen likewise exhibits his mercilessness with regards to battling. What’s more, kid, it doesn’t get more fierce than this! Truly, Yen’s clench hands move like automatic rifle projectiles. What’s more, he ensures that his rivals are out like a light… to their detriment, and our pleasure. Unquestionably Yen taking care of business.