The general feeling in Bollywood is, films made in the West [Hollywood] and East [China, Korea, Thailand, Hong Kong] are far superior than those churned out by Bollywood. The dream merchants in L.A., Shanghai, Bangkok and Korea have dared to think out of the box and come up with stories that leave you awe-struck. But there're always exceptions to the rule!
Jackie Chan has an impressive repertoire. But his new outing, The Myth, ranks amongst his weakest films. In fact, The Myth shatters the myth that all foreign products are embellished with great stories and spellbinding execution. The film actually tests the patience of the viewer and barring two sequences [the chase at the start and the one inside a glue factory], the film is an exercise in boredom.