Here's the trailer for Dragon Blade, the film that gives John Cusack and Adrien Brody a reprieve from their low-budget, straight-to-video sentence to do something unexpectedly described as "expensive." Not necessarily good, but at least sort of pricey. Previously described as "the most expensive Chinese-language film to ever go into production," the movie sees Jackie Chan as a Han Dynasty soldier who teams up with Cusack's Roman general. This drives fellow Roman Adrien Brody into a jealous rage, as Jackie Chan apparently took "the place in your hearts" that Brody thought belonged to him. Please, John Cusack, give Adrien Brody back his rightful place in our hearts. Tell him again how you liked him in The Piano or something.