Lionsgate To Release JACKIE CHAN PRESENTS: AMNESIA In The U.S. This January


Producer and debut director Xong Zi-Yin's 2015 effort, the Jackie Chan-produced Who Am I? 2015, now hails its remake roots at Lionsgate. Jackie Chan Presents: Amnesia is the new title for its U.S. DVD/VoD release set for January 3, 2017...and no less with a title so typically generic that it might as well have been Jackie Chan Presents: Forgetting...or Memory Loss.

Whatever. It could've been a number of things - this from the same company that titled Luxia Jiang's Coweb as the ninja-less Ninja Masters. They might as well hire me as I can do this almost all day. Heaven forbid they acquire Jackie Chan's Kung Fu Yoga and retitle it as something that actually compels me to keep a straight face... Oh well. Not holding my breath.

Here's the artwork, the skinny, and the official North American trailer. Enjoy!

From the awe-inspiring martial arts legend comes another pulse-pounding feature, Jackie Chan Presents: Amnesia, arriving on DVD and Digital HD on January 3, 2017 from Lionsgate. In a race against time and memory, Chan delivers an action-packed remake to his 1998 thriller Who Am I?. Starring Ken Lo, Xingtong Yao, and Rongguang Yu, the Jackie Chan Presents: Amnesia DVD will be available for the suggested retail price of $19.98.
OFFICIAL SYNOPSIS:Martial-arts legend Jackie Chan presents this pulse-pounding update to his own classic thriller. Finding himself at a murder scene, bike courier Li Ziwei tries to escape, but the culprits force him off a bridge. The amnesia from his head injuries means he can’t recognize the faces of his enemies, who have framed him for the crime. Now, carrying the parcel that’s his only clue, and with the help of sassy hitchhiker Tong Xin, Li Ziwei must outrun killers and cops while racing to clear his name of the mysterious murder. 

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