The more things change, the more they stay the same: Even as a middle-age hot shot getting wrung through the legal system of the People's Republic of China, Richard Gere can still be counted upon to bare his behind. A petty observation, to be sure, but
there's so little to say about this utterly predictable thriller that such trivialities loom large. Jack Moore (Gere) is a corporate lawyer, in China to peddle American TV to the world's single-biggest untapped market. But Moore makes the mistake of scoring some exotic bootie in the form of Hong
Ling (Jessey Meng); the next morning she's dead, he's covered with blood and the obvious conclusions are drawn. Moore's cou...