Audio/Video. The film is presented in a ratio of 1.78:1 and looks pretty good. This is a brightly colored and lit movie with only a few scenes in darkness. The jump to high definition has been good for the film. The colors are all highly saturated and finely detailed. The movie benefits from elaborate costume and set design. There is no one scene to point you towards as this a uniformly strong looking transfer, whether in close up or not it looks really good.
The audio is presented in its original Cantonese and English dub by DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 and 2.0 tracks. The dub is fine for what it is, but the Cantonese is really the way to go to get the full effect of the film. The dialogue is nice and clear and there is some nice use of surrounds with the myriad sound effects employed throughout, particularly during the Yen/Chan fight.
Extras. There is not a lot to speak of here. There is a 12-minute behind the scenes piece hosted by The Twins talking about the film with some behind the scenes clips. Next is a music video of film clips set to music by The Twins. Rounding out the extra material is a pair of trailers used to promote the film.
Bottomline. Not great, not terrible, just a fluffy little fun movie that serves as a decent cinematic diversion. If you can get by some of the bad performances (Jaycee Chan in particular), it proves to be rather innocuous fun.