On the off chance that there’s one compensating thing about numerous Hong Kong activity executives, it’s that they once in a while dillydally in getting to what battle fans have desired: supporting shootouts and high-affect fisticuffs and footwork. Soi Cheang, a previous associate to any semblance of the Hong Kong auteurs Ringo Lam and Johnnie To, distinctions this custom with the blandly titled policier “Kill Zone 2,” a semi continuation of a 2005 Donnie Yen vehicle and a generous, layered, huge spending plan aiding of arranged pandemonium.
Oh dear, there is some nettlesome work, including a principled jail protect (the hand to hand fighting divinity Tony Jaa) in Thailand, whose youthful little girl has leukemia. Her lone trust is the blood marrow of a covert cop (Wu Jing), who, deceived, is kept in the jail. (The Hong Kong veteran Simon Yam plays a thoughtful police specialist.)