Frank Scheck The Hollywood Reporter
A stylish period thriller set in 1930's Shanghai, The Bullet Vanishes is one of the more striking Chinese imports. show more
Chuck Bowen Slant Magazine
It's a prevailing sense of decency that explains why The Bullet Vanishes is such an effective tonic for summer-movie fatigue. show more
When two charming detectives are sent in to detect stuff, the movie comes to life with their antsy, noose-escaping, quasi-vaudevillian kinetics. show more
Robert Abele Los Angeles Times
Any caseworking suspense is drowned out by an over-abundance of visual pizazz: disjointed shootouts, arbitrary camera angles and cinematography that draws the eye to lighting patterns, not people. show more
September 17, 2012 jpewther
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The plot is a bit complex. If you don\'t mind reading rapid-fire subtitles, you might like this movie.
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