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  Railroad Tigers on Blu-ray, DVD and digital
  Jackie does the locomotion
  Here Jackie Chan, starring in an action comedy that ranks alongside Rush Hour and Shanghai Knights, puts men half his age to shame as he leads a band of outlaws on a suicide mission. Police Story: Lockdown director Ding Sheng, making his third film with Chan, knows how to get the best out of the veteran star, who performs death-defying stunts aboard a moving train, fends of a tank and dodges a flying motorbike (not to mention hundreds of bullets) - not bad for a man in his 60s!

RAILROAD TIGERS also sees Chan passing the baton onto the next generation of onscreen action heroes, in the form of his son Jaycee, who stars alongside him and proves the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, and showcasing the talents of rising martial arts star Zitao Huang.

Joining the likes of Runaway Train and Train To Busan as a classic loco-locomotive nailbiter (surpassing even those with a spectacular train derailing set-piece), and featuring a superb surprise cameo, RAILROAD TIGERS is laughs, lunacy and nonstop thrills as soon as it pulls out of the station. Released on DVD, Blu-Ray and VOD 8th May.
  Graeme Clark [31 Mar 2017 at 22:01]
     

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