If Dimension Films wants to turn a quick profit cashing in on re-dubs ofJackie Chan's extensive Hong Kong filmography, I don't have a problem withthat. But they can do a lot better than "Twin Dragons," a 1993assembly line flick in which Chan plays twins separated at birth.
Short on Chan's trademark comedy-fu and his dazzling, riskystunts, and long -- very long -- on gimmick, the sloppy and unnecessarilycomplex story casts our hero as both a world-famous concert pianist andas a street-raised mechanic who meet for the first time just as one ofthem has run into trouble with the mob (guess which one).
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