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Bulletproof Monk
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Reviewed on 2003-04-29
RatedPG-13
Received[3]  out of 4 stars
GenreAction / Adventure / Sci-Fi
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The story involves a Tibetan monk (Chow Yun-Fat) who has been guarding a sacred scroll that holds the key to ultimate power. He is in constant danger from modern day thugs. His quest for a new guardian brings him to America. Now, to fulfill an ancient prophecy, he has found the one who's supposed to take his place (Seann William Scott). As the Monk instructs Kar in the ways of a protector, the unlikely duo become partners in shielding the scroll from a relentless power-monger who has been chasing it for 60 years. Jamie King appears as the love interest. Originally published as a three-comic series in the 1990's, it was a departure from the traditional superhero format. It not only combined cutting edge Hong Kong-style action with classic comic book storytelling, heroism, and comedy. it also featured a hero with a philosophical side. Paul Hunter directs this MGM film and John Woo helps out with the production.






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