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Picture - Johnnie To, Mahamat-Saleh Haroun, Nansun... Cannes, France, Sunday 22nd May 2011

Nansun Shi, Jude Law, Olivier Assayas, Robert De Niro and Uma Thurman - Johnnie To, Mahamat-Saleh Haroun, Nansun Shi, Martina Gusman, Robert De Niro, Linn Ullmann, Jude Law, Uma Thurman and Olivier Assayas Cannes, France - 2011 Cannes International Film Festival - Red Carpet for 'Les Beins-Aimes' and Closing Ceremony - Arrivals Sunday 22nd May 2011

Picture - Nansun Shi Cannes, France, Wednesday 11th May 2011

Nansun Shi Wednesday 11th May 2011 2011 Cannes International Film Festival - Day 1 -The Jury Photocall - Arrivals Cannes, France

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Flash Point Review


OK
If you're a fan of Hong Kong police flicks, then you know that at any given moment, it seems like 50 percent of the force is deep undercover in the triads. You'd think by now that when some new guy shows up and wants to join the gang, the triad bosses would simply say no thanks, but then we wouldn't have any screenplays.

In Flash Point, the undercover cop in question is Wilson (Louis Koo), whose partner, the volcanic Jun Ma (Donnie Yen), keeps in touch via cell phone. Wilson is working for a drug gang led by three psychotic Vietnamese brothers (including Collin Chou as Tony) who, when they aren't torturing and killing people, are worrying about their sweet old mother, who is slipping into dementia. That's a unique touch.

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Knock Off Review


Grim
Believe it or not, worse Van Damme movies have been made. But this one's no gem -- the story of a Hong Kong fashion designer who gets caught up in a counterfeiting ring -- not to mention a plot to blow up the world, pretty much. Far too hard to follow for a beat-up movie.
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