Jian is a counter terrorism agent who blends his skills as a martial artist and clairvoyant to bring the world's most nefarious individuals to justice. This lone wolf is is forced to make an unexpected detour to Los Angeles upon receipt of the devastating news of a cover up surrounding his brother's alleged suicide. With the reluctant help of LAPD detectives, Abby, Carl, and Captain Duke, the unlikely group become involved in the investigation. Jian and Abby fight against a high-tech criminal looking to exploit the brothers' gifts in his own quest to power.
My quick rating - 4,7/10. This movie could have been better but I think the director just was really lazy. Or the screenwriter, either way, it was just problem, then resolution, just that quick. Example. "My brother and I could see things", other cops answer "So you are clairvoyant". First response to that, no other guess, not even a "what do you mean" just that as an explanation to his ability, no more questions and she follows him blindly after that. And that is how the whole movie plays out. But it does have Tony Todd in it, and it isn't a horror movie so that is good. And unless you are a huge fan of his, like me, you most likely won't get much out of this slight kung fu action vehicle. It shows the brother of someone murdered come to investigate in LA to find his killer and uncovers a software company that is a front for a global terrorist network. And with how this movie solves conflicts, you can see the stupidity coming from a mile away.