After his partner Tom Lone and family are killed apparently by the infamous and elusive assassin Rogue, FBI agent John Crawford becomes obsessed with revenge as his world unravels into a vortex of guilt and betrayal. Rogue eventually resurfaces to settle a score of his own, setting off a bloody crime war between Asian mob rivals Chang of the Triad's and Yakuza boss Shiro. When Jack and Rogue finally come face to face, the ultimate truth of their pasts will be revealed.Written by
Originally titled "Rogue", Lionsgate changed the title to avoid confusion with The Weinstein Company crocodile thriller "Rogue", which was originally set to come to theaters around the same time as "War". See more »
At the Sayu Tea House after Crawford smashes his Chevelle into the fleeing Impala of the triads and the ensuing shoot-out he leaves his driver's door open. When Crawford returns to his Chevelle to start the chase scene with Rogue his driver's door is closed. See more »
Contains a sample of "Do You Ever" written by Gayle Moran
Written by Dr. Dre (as Andre Young) and Gayle Moran
Produced by Dr. Dre
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For the fan boys
This is a man's film. They really should be selling brats and beer in the theaters for attendees. Anyone going to a film with jet Li or Jason Statham should know what to expect. Going to a film with the two of them and you know there is going to be blood, violence, killing, action, noise, and an eventual winner. If this is not your cup of tea, go see The Nanny Diaries and leave this to the fan boys.
This is not their first film together. They both appeared in The One six years ago. This time they are the leads and on opposing sides - Statham an FBI agent and Li a contract killer. The action takes place in the middle of a Yakuza war in San Francisco.
Fans of Jet Li will not be disappointed. he still has all the moves even if he is 47; however, he does rely more on swords and guns, and other weapons in this film. Statham is Li's equal and gives as good as he gets. The story has an interesting twist which i will not give a clue on as it is a major plot point.
Interesting entertainment by girls in cages at the Yakuza club. I thought that went out in the 60s, but it was a nice diversion.
This film is red meat. It has no pretensions of quality and dialog is minimal, which goes along with the story. If you are a fan, you will be entertained. If you are not, why are you there?
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