Extended TV Spot for Jackie Chan's LITTLE BIG SOLDIER

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Extended TV Spot for Jackie Chan's LITTLE BIG SOLDIER
Mtime is hosting three TV spots for the period film Little Big Soldier.  There is the 15, 30 and 90 second version but I'll just upload only the longest video to our ScreenAnarchy player and not bother with the rest since its pretty much redundant. Lately, I been on Jackie Chan's case for soiling his good name.  However, if it meant taking a fat paycheck to help finance his personal projects in China such as this then I'm all for it.
It was the darkest of times in China, when ruthless warlords waged battles to satiate their endless aggression.  Millions of lives perished, and those who survived had only two choices - kill or be killed.

The battalions of warring states Liang and Wei collided in a bloodbath that lasted from dawn until dusk.  Only two men were left standing - a FOOT SOLDIER from Liang (Jackie Chan) and the rival GENERAL from Wei (Wang Leehom). The Soldier survived because he is an expert in playing dead, with a device strapped on his body which protruded like an arrowhead for added realism.

The Soldier captured the wounded General, hoping to use the enemy as his ticket to freedom - by handing the General to the Liang warlord, the Soldier could be honorably discharged and return home to his peaceful life.  The young General, though taken captive, was condescending towards the Soldier.  The two men were often at loggerheads during the long and winding journey.
It opens on February 14th for the Chinese New Year. You'll find the extended TV spot embedded below. 
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Ding ShengJackie ChanLeehom WangSung-jun YooPeng LinActionAdventureComedy

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Agent WaxJanuary 21, 2010 12:45 AM

This certainly looks SO much better than that spy next door crap. Obviously, not many things could be worse than that film. Still, I might watch this.