Bryant’s review published on Letterboxd:
It's maybe just a tad too disjointed to be truly great, plus it doesn't quite live up to the innovation and precision of Yes, Madam, but holy crap those action sequences. Let's just say that they bury the competition. And unsurprisingly, Hiroyuki Sanada is every bit as good a partner as Rothrock.
I know Michelle Yeoh isn't playing the same character, except insofar as she obviously is. Nonetheless, this is clearly the second movie in the series because by the end of this one she's a stone cold killer who could not possibly be as bubbly as she was in Yes, Madam. Easy call.