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Bulletproof Monk

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Based on a secret comic book, a street child comes across to meet a Tibetan monk who keeps an underground scroll. He guides to become the next scroll - keeper.
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Mark Halverson

August 07, 2008

The constantly beaming monk is as good-natured as the script is mindless.
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Nell Minow

December 22, 2010

Violent but cool martial arts movie.
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Richard Roeper

April 21, 2003

[T]he thing about the martial arts sequences -- you've got the great Chow Yun-Fat, but this thing is directed MTV style: cut here, cut there, close-up. So we can't really tell if he's doing stunts or if it's all tricks of camerawork.
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Mark Jenkins

April 18, 2003

One of those motley movies that borrows from just about everywhere.
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David N. Butterworth
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September 07, 2015

Not to put too fine a point on it, but "Bulletproof Monk" is a rather large piece of garbage.
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Bill Stamets
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May 03, 2007

The fight scenes are routine, the humor juvenile, and the Toronto locales rendered drab through muddy cinematography.
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Felix Vasquez Jr.
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April 29, 2009

This is one piece of derivative, hokey, and really stupid action drivel.
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Stephen Whitty

April 18, 2003

Everything here is borrowed from other movies ...
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Urban Cinefile Critics
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October 18, 2008

An enticing title that perfectly sets up our anticipation for a rollicking martial-arts comic-book fable adventure.
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David Edelstein
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April 22, 2003

They made a ton of junky movies in Hong Kong, but those were dazzlingly fluid and high-flying junky movies. This American retread has the same sort of hack plot but none of the bravura.
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Kevin Carr
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January 12, 2016

basically Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon comes to New York
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