Leave Johnny Election To’s moody bam-bam! crime thriller after 10 minutes and you’d class it as a masterpiece. A cagey opening reminiscent of the start of Once Upon A Time In The West is followed by some ice-cold gunplay. From there, To only shoots himself in the foot. His muddled plot about two pairs of Macau-based assassins reluctantly teaming up to save a mutual ex-buddy offers no decent characters, crawls along and often doesn’t make sense – it’s simply a mechanism to deliver a gun battle every 20 minutes. Those shootouts are good, just not good enough to stop you looking at your watch.