I saw a part of this while channel-surfing around a few months ago on Comet TV, and it's been bugging me ever since that I couldn't place it. Today, I snap and present the challenge to SFSE. Here is everything that I can remember:
The movie appeared to be entirely cast by Asian actors and presumably was originally made in an Asian language, as the English version I was watching was dubbed, and rather comically so.
One of the first scenes that I saw (partway through the film, I'm sure) took place on a small cruise boat. One character had some sort of small statue/relic in his possession (in a small red metal box) and someone who was evidently an evil henchman attempted to sneak in and steal it. The henchman was shot by the relic's keeper, but the area around the wound (the face) regenerated and appeared ape-like. I believe he successfully took the relic. I recall that the bad dub job was particularly noticeable in the fight scene.
In another scene (one which I believe happened after the first) - two characters (I think one male and one female) were trapped in an orange-ish room on the bad guy's ship? headquarters? underground retreat? Some property of the room (I believe it was heat) would increase over time, eventually killing the two trapped in the room. Two of the good guys (I think both male) disguised themselves as the bad guy's soldiers (basically aluminum foil astronaut suits) and rescued them. Meanwhile, the big baddie had rigged their getaway car with an explosive. The good guys (suspecting a trap), arriving at their car, attached a string to the car key and used this set-up to start the car from far away, leading to the big bad believing that the good guys had died. I believe that at point, the good guys consisted of six people - two rescuers, two rescuees, and two other people.
This final scene that I can recall is particularly foggy to me. It was some sort of interaction between a good guy, a bad guy, and older guy, and the older guy's daughter. The good guy expected the old guy to take his side in some matter, but the old guy refused, blaming the good guy for something that the bad guy did to his daughter. Again, very fuzzy details.
The movie was in color; the general visual quality was about standard for what you would see on this channel.
I should note that I would doubt that the first and second scenes were even from the same film if it had not been for the very consistently bad dubbed audio.