Plot: The rise of Ronin Gang, a band of notorious robbers affected the lives of three policemen drastically. Each of the three policemen: Fang (starring Shawn Yue), Jing Hau (starring Jaycee Chan) and Chen (starring Nicholas Tse) have their own stories but are motivated to achieve a common goal: to bring Jiang (starring Wu Jing), the leader of the Ronin Gang to justice. Time is running out as Jiang's influence grew and the gang's ruthless acts are getting out hand. With Fang's wit, Jing Hau's courage and Chen's dexterity, the three vowed to capture Jiang. However, it was also during the intense period of tracking the Ronin Gang that the three learnt about the presence of a prominent figure in the police force who is in cahoots with Jiang. With all these against them, they are even more determined to rid the evil doings of Jiang and his accomplice...
«Ultimately, Invisible Target isn't a very good film, but it delivers enough action and even humor to satisfy the masses. What it doesn't deliver is an interesting story, truly developed characters, or a conclusion that feels like anything other than obligatory. »
«If anything, Invisible Target is a Wu Jing movie, and one in which I’m not surprised if many actually throw their weight of support behind his character. It’s a movie that the villain outshines the heroes easily. »
«Invisible Target may not be strikingly original in either its plot or action choreography, but there's definitely something entirely positive to be said for a film that intends to be nothing more than a delivery system for adrenaline and keeps its promise in a very satisfying fashion.»
« INVISIBLE TARGET mixes a weaving narrative, with just the right amount of twists and turns (unlike DIVERGENCE, which went over-egged its pudding), and some full-on action that delivers more than NEW POLICE STORY did.»
«“Invisible Target” is more of the old school, the kind that would fit in nicely with the John Woo actioners of the late ’80s and ’90s, with ludicrous action sequences designed to be cool first and foremost, and filled with cartoonish violence on a grand scale.»
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