Plot: A dZi bead from Tibet was on its way to Hong Kong for an exhibition, but was stolen by a mysterious gang with a possible link to a long-lost cult, the Gemini Clan. The guardian of the dZi bead Lucky and his adopted son Hey tried to solicit the help of the head of the Clan, the Principal, to track down the bead. Unwilling to come out of retirement, the Principal refused to get involved, but when Lucky was seriously wounded after another attack by the mysterious gang, the Principal reluctantly summoned the help of the Clan’s former members – twins.
«Twins Mission is a shining example of manufactured, quality-deficient, big budget Hong Kong Cinema. The action can sometimes amuse, but the illogical narrative, crappy special effects, and general sloppiness make this one to forget. At least the kids will like it.»
«Indeed, for those of a less than cynical bent, the film arguably delivers the goods, offering a slight and insubstantial, though energetic and charmingly wacky caper packed with plenty of low impact martial arts tomfoolery. Aside from the aforementioned redundant computer trickery, the frequent fight scenes are handled well enough, and though obviously not very violent, they are reasonably acrobatic and help to keep things moving along at a brisk pace.»
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