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  • Watching a Jet Li movie is an experience all in itself, I don't know anyone who would pass up the opportunity to go see a Let Li movie whether cast in modern day format of that of the older days back in China

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      Cradle 2 the Grave, directed by Andrzej Barthowiak is rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America for violence, language and some sexual content. The original release date was February 28, 2003 for United States audience. This movie falls in the genre of Action/Crime/Drama/Thriller and stars Jet Li as Su, DMX as Anthony Fait, Kelly hu as Sona, Anthony Anderson as Tommy, Tom Arnold as Archie, Mark Dacascos as Yao Ling, Gabrielle Union as Daria and

      Michael Jace as Odion.

      Anthony Fair and his team of robbers must change their game plan after his daughter is kidnapped. Anthony has stolen a collection of rare black diamonds and the bad guys want them back. They will stop at nothing to retrieve their most valuable investment from the hands of this common theif.

      The black diamonds are not as they appear, in actuality, they are of greater and more destructive value than the naked eye could behold.

      Mixing ...


      • Jet Li and DMX together in an action flick was just pure genius. I never knew that DMX had that kind of marketable skill to be set aside the great of not legendary master of Kung Fu as jet Li. Then again, as I have proven countles times is that great actors and do anything in from of the camera and what they cannot do, they hire stunt doubles.

        Be that as it may, it does not take

        away the fact that this simple jewel thief movie made such an impact, not a great one, but an impact none-the-less.

        Watching a Jet Li movie is an experience all in itself, I don’t know anyone who would pass up the opportunity to go see a Let Li movie whether cast in modern day format of that of the older days back in China. A great film is a great film no matter how you disect it. Enjoy!




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