Synopsis: A detective from Hong Kong teams up with an American gambler to battle against a notorious Chinese criminal.
Director(s): Renny Harlin
Production: Saban Films
Rotten Tomatoes:
107 min

than what

I'm used to, but--

ah, you know, just let me

cash in my chips

and I'll be all yours.

- Sure.

- Okay.


didn't I tell you

backlight's the key

to these photos?

You gotta use a flash.

Oh, hey, will you

take a photo

of me and my gal?


- Samantha.

- Boss.


If you're taking

a discreet photo,

it helps to

be discreet.

Thanks for that.

Why were you

so nervous?

Come on,

he's my boss.

I gotta be cool.

Dealing with obnoxious

gamblers like me

night and day must get

pretty exhausting.

Occupational hazards.

And you're not

that obnoxious.

Well, the night's

still young.

You eaten yet?

Wanna grab

some breakfast?

I'll think about it.

Okay, you think

about it.

Oh, back so soon.

Sergei, ha!

Man, you look different.

Did you shave your back?

Start walking upright?

Heh! Good times.

You think you can

hide from us?

Why did I have asparagus?

Wait, I have money.

I can pay now.

Dima wants

a word with you.

So we take you back

to Russia.

Can't we just talk

via Skype?

You ladies didn't forget

anything in the room,

did you?

Like say this.



Help me!

- - Ah!


Hey, guys!

What did I say?

Let's go to Russia.

I love Russia.

Connor watts should

never have set foot

onto the vip floor

using your key card.

I just met the man

last night.

Whatever you think

of these video shows,

you're wrong.

You should have

recognized him.

He cheated this casino

out of a million dollars.


Find him and you

can fix it.

I'll be keeping

my eye on you, hmm?

Send out everyone.

I want him dead or alive.



This is Leslie.

Leslie, it's bennie.

I need to locate someone.

Can you run the apb for me?

- His name is Connor watts.

- Okay, got it.

Bennie, I found him.

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