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The slapstick fight scenes and action set-pieces - particularly a car chase in Dubai punctuated by a languid lion's presence - elevate the film somewhat, but Kung Fu Yoga's broadness is not so much engaging as merely ticking the many boxes.
The fast-paced plotting, and typically silly action-comedy sight gags ensure that the 103-minute running time breezes by, but there is little here that hasn't been seen before, or that Chan hasn't done better.
By the time it all culminates in a Chan-led classic Bollywood production number, the cuteness factor may have been pushed to its limit, but good luck trying to stop that goofy smile from spreading across your face.
Kung-Fu Yoga scratches fans' itch for no-nonsense, no-pretense Chan fare - in which he isn't second-banana to a Western star, or married to a director who thinks VFX are required to make Chan's stunts more impressive.