Director: Phillip Atwell Cast: Jet Li, Jason Statham, John Lone

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An FBI agent whose partner and family were killed by a notorious assassin sets out for revenge as the elusive triggerman sparks a sprawling gang war between the triads and the yakuza in the feature debut from prolific music video director Phillip Atwell. FBI sgent Jack Crawford (Jason Statham) is a man driven by vengeance. After his partner, Tom Lone (Terry Chen), and his family fell to bullets fired by infamous hitman Rogue (Jet Li), Crawford makes it his life mission to ferret out the slippery killer. Complications arise when it begins to appear as if Rogue has a mission of his own to carry out, and as triad boss Chang (John Lone) prepares for all-out war against yakuza boss Shiro (Ryo Ishibashi), Crawford and Rogue also come face to face as the secrets of the past emerge in a hail of gunfire.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/01/2008
UPC: 0031398221807
Original Release: 2007
Rating: R
Source: Lions Gate
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:43:00
Sales rank: 4,890

Special Features

"The Action of War" - 9 behind-the-scenes vignettes; Audio commentary with director Philip G. Atwell; Audio commentary with writers Lee Anthony Smith and Gregory J. Bradley; "Scoring War" - featurette; Audio trivia track; Gag reel; Deleted/extended scenes; 16x9 widescreen edition; 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround EX Audio; 2.0 Dolby Digital Audio; English and Spanish subtitles

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jet Li Rogue/Victor Shaw
Jason Statham Jack Crawford
John Lone Chang
Devon Aoki Kira
Luis Guzman Benny
Saul Rubinek Dr. Sherman
Ryo Ishibashi Shiro
Sung Kang Goi
Mathew St. Patrick Wick
Nadine Velazquez Maria
Andrea Roth Jenny Crawford
Mark Cheng Wu Ti
Kane Kosugi Temple Garden Warrior
Kennedy Lauren Montano Ana
Terry Chen Tom Lone
Steph Song Diane Lone
Annika Foo Amy Lone
Nicholas Elia Daniel Crawford
Kenneth Choi Takada
Eric Keenleyside Leevie
Paul Jarrett Gleason
Johnson Phan Joey Ti
Jung Yul Kim Yuzo
Hiro Kanagawa Yoshido
Wilken Yam Wong
Aaron Au Eddie
Mark Louie Lau
Jennifer Chung Zero Teenage Girl
Lucy Lu Zero Hooker
Randy Lee Zero Yakuza Making Love
Derek Lowe Zero Surviving Yanagawa Mobster
John Novak Captain Andrews
Don Lew Yakuza Warrior
Warren Takahachi Harbor Yanagawa Lt.
Nels Lennarson Harbor Wu Police Officer
Peter Shinkoda Harbor Yanagawa Shatei
Meghan Flather Chinese Call Girl
Thi Tran Benny's Girl
Mitchell Lee Yuen Freelancer #1
Brian Ho Freelancer #2
Larry "Warlock" Lam Yanagawa Assassin
Nadia Farès Jade Agent Kinler
Aaron Pearl Jade Agent Clark
Timothy Paul Perez Mexican Interpol Agent
Allan Lysell Cabin Policeman
Shawn Stewart Mahjong Bouncer #1
Dario De Luca Mahjong Bouncer #2
Brett Chan Wu Ti Buddy

Technical Credits
Phillip Atwell Director
Fraser Aitcheson Stunts
Christopher Ang Stunts
Aaron Au Stunts
Chris August Production Designer
James Bamford Stunts
Erez Barzilay Associate Producer
Loyd Bateman Stunts
Shawn Beaton Stunts
Peter Block Executive Producer
Gregory J. Bradley Original Story,Screenwriter
Clarence Casillan Stunts
Raymond Chan Stunts
Brett Chan Stunts
Phil Chang Stunts
Doug Chapman Stunts
Lauro Chartrand Stunts
Steven Chasman Producer
Paul Chih-Ping Cheng Stunts
Kimberly Chiang Stunts
Alexander Chiang Stunts
Leo Chiang Stunts
Andrew Chin Stunts
Marcus Chin Stunts
Mike Ching Stunts
Phil Chiu Stunts
Dean Choe Stunts
Ed Chow Stunts
Christopher Wong Stunts
Cotton Mather Stunts
Vince Crestejo Stunts
Mike Crestejo Stunts
Jason Otis Dale Asst. Director
David Lee Stunts
Stephanie Denton Co-producer
Ryan Diaz Stunts
Duane Dickinson Stunts
Glenn Ennis Stunts
Ernest Jackson Stunts
Jay Faires Musical Direction/Supervision
Rui Gang Gao Stunts
Joseph P. Genier Co-producer
Joseph P. Gerner Co-producer
Lance Gibson Stunts
Corry Glass Stunts
Lars Grant Stunts
Jian Yong Guo Stunts
Brian Ho Stunts
Cliff W. Hokanson Camera Operator
John Holbrook Camera Operator
Dave Hospes Stunts
Flesh and Fantasy Make-up Effects Incorporated Makeup Special Effects
Catherine Ircha Art Director
Huang Ming Jian Stunts
Trevor Jones Stunts
Alan Keng Stunts
Ken Kirzinger Stunts
Jon Kralt Stunts
Chi Lam Stunts
Mike Langois Stunts
Paul Lazenby Stunts
Eugene Liang Stunts
Nigel Liang Stunts
Sang Lin Stunts
Fang Liu Stunts
Kevin Lum Stunts
Phoenix Ly Stunts
Brian Lydiatt Stunts
Johnny Mah Stunts
James Mark Stunts
Ryan McMaster Camera Operator
John Meany Stunts
James Michalopoulos Stunts
Mike Elliott Executive Producer
Giorgio Miyashita Stunts
Steven N. Moore Camera Operator
Jose Morales Stunts
Pierre Morel Cinematographer
Tony Morelli Stunts
Gaston Morrison Stunts
David Mylrea Stunts
Ronald Ng Stunts
Scott Nicholson Stunts
Philip Nishikihama Stunts
Jeffery Ong Stunts
Gerald Paetz Stunts
Stephen Park Consultant/advisor
Michael Paseornek Executive Producer
Paul Pat Stunts
Rick Pearce Stunts
Christopher Petzel Producer
Nicholas Powell Stunts
Darryl Quan Stunts
J. C. Resus Stunts
Scott Richter Editor
Colleen Rogers Casting
Chris Rollinson Stunts
John Sacchi Executive Producer
Jeff Sanca Stunts
Darren E. "Choo" Scott Stunts
Neil Seale Camera Operator
Danny Shea Stunts
Peter Shinkoda Stunts
Lee Anthony Smith Original Story,Screenwriter
David Soo Stunts
Heath Stevenson Stunts
John Stoneham Stunts
Melissa R. Stubbs Stunts
Cynthia Summers Costumes/Costume Designer
Chris Tammaro Camera Operator
Jim Thompson Producer
Raymond Toy Stunts
Brian Tyler Score Composer
Angela Uyeda Stunts
Gordon Verheul Camera Operator
Gary Viola Camera Operator
Danny Virtue Stunts
Geoff Wallace Set Decoration/Design
Owen Walstrom Stunts
Maureen Webb Casting
Yu Hai Wei Stunts
Michael Williamson Sound/Sound Designer
Gerald Wong Stunts
Emmerson Wong Stunts
Geoff Wong Stunts
Theon Wong Stunts
Paul Wu Stunts
Raugi Yu Stunts
Peng Zhang Stunts

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- War
1. Just a Look
2. Game Day
3. Taken Off Guard
4. VIP Access
5. Making Promises
6. Rogue's Back
7. Chinatown Visit
8. Special Arrangement
9. Settling the Score
10. Power Trip
11. Warehouse Tip
12. Keeping an Eye
13. Triad Territory
14. Spilling Blood
15. Go Time
16. Road Chase
17. Shiro's Orders
18. Seeing the Doctor
19. Changing Sides
20. Welcoming Committee
21. Golden Reward
22. Paying Debts
23. Face to Face
24. Getaway Ride

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War 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was expecting a great showdown of martial art mayhem between Jet Li and Jason Statham. What you get is a somewhat compelling story that has a great twist at the end that you never see coming. War contains some great action scenes and moments of "I can't believe they just did that!". The extras on the DVD are okay. Deleted scenes don't include anything outstanding and are probably only a little over a minute long all together.
Guest More than 1 year ago
WAR sets up the viewer with promises (Jason Statham, Jet Li in his first movie as a straight actor i.e. post-martial arts), but for the most part those promises are not delivered. What is put on the screen for what seems like an endless evening is more killing with guns, knives, fire, explosions, and every other kind of death device imaginable delivered by minimal story and substandard acting. It is loud, gory, and boring - until the final few minutes when the story actually gains a plot. Lee Anthony Smith and Gregory J. Bradley came up with a minimal tale taking place in San Francisco, a rivalry between a Chinese gang and a Japanese gang, peppered by revenge, contraband goods, and a hefty dose of non-balletic fighting. Jason Statham sleepwalks his way through his role as FBI agent Jack Crawford with an attitude and a grudge, assisted by his partner Special Agent Wick (given a nice turn by Mathew St. Patrick of 'Six Feet Under') and Benny (the always fine character actor Luis Guzmán, even here!). The head of the wealthy Chang gang (John Lone of 'The Last Emperor') is obtaining a prize antiquity from Japan's Shiro Yanagawa (Ryo Ishibashi) and gang and Rogue (Jet Li) is the agent. After what seems like hours of car chases, motorcycle chases, constant killing, beheadings, sleazy tearoom scenes, etc the identity of the Rogue (apparently much changed by multiple plastic surgeons who likewise loose their lives...) is made clear - a fact that provides some answers to Agent Jack's grumpy personality. This is a film without a core and one that is easy to understand its box office failure. And unless the viewer is in need of a 103 minutes of steady violence, this film is a must miss - even for fans of Statham and Li. Grady Harp
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