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Jackie Chan has always entertained us with his action comedy films. Now let’s see whether Railroad Tigers, the recently released flick of Chan, lives up to the expectations. Plot Ma Yuang is working in the railways and this story is fictional. Yuang along with the other Chinese railway men, though are in the risk of their lives, are against the Japanese, to help the needy. This is during the World War II. Now watch the movie Railroad Tigers to know how it proceeds.
Jackie Chan essays his role with a maturity that is appealing.
The movie, directed by Ding Sheng, though has the great presence of Jackie Chan, however, work only in bits and pieces. The brave violence of the flick is something that is unusual for a film which is expected to be high in action comedy. To be precise, the action sequences are overtly exaggerated.
There are some moments in the flick which will attract you though Chan, who is at his 62, doesn’t do any great stunts.
What’s not there? • The film doesn’t have any of the signature things that Jackie Chan used to entertain the audiences.
• The narrative is not in a commendable manner.
• Certain characters seemed to have been added just for the sake of it.
• The movie gives a look of silliness sometimes.
Railroad Tigers can be watched atleast once for the onscreen charisma of Jackie Chan.
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