Right off the bat, director Xiao Song's latest affair, Super Express, is outright silly looking and completely for the comedy crowd. Needless to say this one also dares to tap into the action niche some with the presence of none other than actor and parkour extraordinare David Belle to accomodate the antics of Michael Chan and actress Song Ji-Hyo who lead the story of a courier whose chance meeting with a beautiful woman embroil him in a world of crime and danger. Obviously.
The film is coming out on December 2 and so for those of you, whether you're eager to get your comedy or screenfighting fix, this might pass as an okay night out at the movies. Best of all, Belle is in it which guarantees something for your RMB. Check it out below!
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