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Purists will hate every minute of it and spend much of the film KISS OF THE DRAGON (1970) Sunday, Five, 10pm What's It About?
KISS OF THE DRAGON A jubliant Ki shows what Celtic means to him as he embraces the badge, top, after celebrating his stunning left-foot daisy-cutter with team-mates Kayal, Izaguirre and new boy Wilson, above KOREA BLIMEY Ki finds the net then shares a smile, inset, with boss Lennon
She has also given well-received performances in A Simple Plan, Kiss Of The Dragon and Lake Placid.
When Ron Howard's much anticipated The DaVinci Code was released in the spring of 2006, it became the fourteenth English-language film to have used Paris or France as a setting since the beginning of the twenty-first century, having been preceded by Lasse Hallstrom's Chocolat (2000), Paul Demeyer's Rugrats in Paris: The Movie (2000), Jesse Peretz's The Chateau, Roman Coppola's CQ (2001), Chris Nahon's Kiss of the Dragon (2001), Baz Luhrmann's Moulin rouge (2001), Doug Liman's The Bourne Identity (2002), Brian De Palma's Femme Fatale (2002), Neil Jordan's The Good Thief (2002), Jonathon Demme's The Truth About Charlie (2002), James lvory's Le Divorce (2003), Norman Jewison's The Statement (2003), and Richard Linklater's Before Sunset (2004).
Two losers for me as I get carried away with the oriental flavour, backing Speedy Dragon and Kiss of the Dragon for pounds 10 a pop.
98 each, includes Behind Enemy Lines, Fantastic Four, Kingdom of Heaven (director's cut), Kiss of the Dragon, The Omen (2006), The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Speed, and The Transporter.
1 (1) Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone 2 (2) The Others 3 (3) The 51st State 4 (4) Spy Game 5 (-) Bandits 6 (6) Enigma 7 (7) Kiss Of The Dragon 8 (8) America's Sweethearts 9 (5) Jeepers Creepers 10 (-) D-Tox
KISS OF THE DRAGON (18) MAKING Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan seem like wimps, martial arts wizard Jet Li lays waste to an entire Paris police department in this improbable thriller - and he's the goodie.
Kiss Of The Dragon would make a terrific video game: cliche-riddled plot, outrageous stunts, minimal dialogue between action set-pieces and gratuitous violence.
Kiss of the Dragon (18) ** Jet Li stars as a Chinese supercop sent to Paris to help police sort out a drugs operation.
China's global Triad gangsters head for Paris and incompetent cops Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan follow, some way behind Jet Li's nimble Kiss Of The Dragon.