It’s being touted as his 100th starring role, but Jackie Chan’s heroics take a backseat to Winston Chao’s endless speech-making in this commemorative retelling of the birth of the Republic of China. Unless you have more than a working knowledge of the subject, this could conceivably be the longest two hours you’ll spend in a movie theater all year. Chan staged the battles, leaving co-director Zhang Li in charge of the babble. (2011) — Scott Marks
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