I don't think it could have been intended to be all that serious, but Jet Li's The One has several moments that had me laughing from the sheer absurdity of what I was watching. The movie does seem to try to have a heart that it doesn't earn and to be overly serious.
Early in the movie Jet Li's arrested and fights the cops, hiding in some air vents in a garage. He points a gun out from the vent without even looking and shoots a cop in the head, showing how powerful he's become (because he's been traveling between parallel universes killing other versions of himself to gain their strength). He picks up a cop and uses his body to shield himself from all the bullets being shot at him. I laughed. The whole scene is ridiculously scored with "Let the Bodies Hit the Floor" and he's fighting cops in real time while they're in slow motion (is it in his contract that every American movie he's done has to be scored with rock/rap that is totally overbearing)?
Afterward he runs from the cops, taking a superhuman jump over a huge wall. The cops are chasing him in their cars and Li gets a really silly sped up running effect and a cop says, "He's doing 50!" The chase ends with Li literally picking up two motorcycles and smashing a cop with them. I wish I could find a clip online, so I have to go by what I remember from seeing it in theaters over ten years ago.
The trailer itself is pretty funny.