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5 February 1983 (Hong Kong) See more »
Black Gloves (Joe Dimmick), a European Assassin, is seeking to avenge his brother White Gloves' death... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Samuel Hui ... King Kong
Karl Maka ... Albert Au (as Carl Mak)
Sylvia Chang ... Supt. Nancy Ho
Yasuaki Kurata ... Bull
Joe Dimmick ... Black Gloves
Ting-Huan Wang ... Juju (as Sue Wang)
Tat-wah Cho ... Hua

Hark Tsui ... FBI
Kwok Choi Hon ... Squealie

Eric Tsang ... Fattie
Leung-Fat Lau ... Mental Patient Doctor
Billy Lau ... Bull's Thug
San Tai ... Bull's Thug
Lo Gin ... Bull's Thug
Ka Ting Lee ... Gang Leader in Club
Ha-Lei Yip ... Old Man Eating Dinner
Lap Ban Chan ... Old Lady Eating Dinner
Ngai-Dik Man ... Man Painting Boat
Kwok-Kin Ng ... Policeman
Wellington Fung ... Doctor
Charlie Cho ... Wong
Bak-Ming Wong ... Priest
Glenn Thompson ... White Gloves
Carroll Gordon ... Ding Dong
Sung-Hao Hsu ... Man Chasing Juju
Te-wei Chu ... Man Chasing Juju
Fei-Hung Mak ... Man Chasing Juju
Shirley Kwan ... Gangster in Club (as Gwan Shirley)
King Chu Lee ... Gangster in Club
Wai Cheung Mak ... Gangster in Club
Hao-ming Liu ... Gangster in Club
Hou Hsiao ... Gangster in Club
Hsi-Chun Yang ... Gangster in Club
Ming-Wai Chan ... Gangster in Club
Wing-Hon Cheung ... Gangster in Club
Hector Britt
Suzanna Valentino
Hao-Ming Liao

Directed by
Eric Tsang 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Bak-Ming Wong 

Produced by
Karl Maka .... producer (as Carl Mak)
Dean Shek .... producer
Original Music by
Teddy Robin Kwan 
Cinematography by
Kevan Lind 
Arthur Wong 
Film Editing by
Kuo-Chung Chou  (as Tony Chow)
Production Design by
Nansun Shi 
Oliver Wong 
Production Management
Kin-Nam Cho .... production manager (as Dick Cho)
Raymond Fung .... production manager
Yung-kuang Lai .... production manager (as James Lai)
Wai-lung Lau .... production manager
Special Effects by
Yiu-Tong Chan .... special effects: Hong Kong
Kevin Chisnall .... special effects supervisor
Gene Grigg .... car explosives
Roger Hansen .... car explosives
Kei-Hung Wong .... special effects: Hong Kong
Wai-Ming Yu .... special effects: Hong Kong
Douglas Airth .... stunt driver
Phil Argent .... motorcycle stunts
Max Aspin .... car stunt coordinator: second unit
Kin-Chung Chan .... motorcycle stunts
Jamie Hales .... stunts: bicycle chase scene
Blackie Shou Liang Ko .... motorcycle stunts
Jeanot Lagarrigue .... stunt driver (as Jeannot Lagarrigu)
Denver Mattson .... car stunt coordinator: first unit
Allan Oberholzer .... car stunt coordinator: second unit (as Alan Oberholzer)
Cylon Or .... motorcycle stunts
Robert Simper .... motorcycle stunts
Yan-Chung Wong .... motorcycle stunts
Editorial Department
Simon Broderick .... colorist
Other crew
Kwok-leung Lee .... production assistant
Chi-Nin Leung .... production assistant
Kwok Chi Tsang .... script supervisor

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Zui jia pai dang 2: Da xian shen tong" - Hong Kong (original title)
"Aces Strike to Win" - Philippines (English title)
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Norway:100 min
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Norway:16 (theatrical rating) | Norway:15 (video premiere) | Portugal:M/12 | Singapore:PG | UK:PG | West Germany:16

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Continuity: The embroidered name in script letters on the jet pack flyer's coveralls "Kinnie Gibson" is usually covered by a circular patch for the "Stuntmens Association", but the patch is missing in an early flying scene, revealing the name of a movie stuntman who uses a compressed air jet pack.See more »
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2 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
Better than the first film... but only just., 5 September 2007
Author: BA_Harrison from Hampshire, England

Mad Mission 2: Aces Go Places is another slice of silly action/comedy from director Eric Tsang, which sees Sam Hui reprising his role as a high-tech thief who uses James Bond style gadgets to outwit his enemies. Also returning for this second outing of zany 'fun' are Karl Maka and Sylvia Chang as police officers who once again get involved in the action.

Following directly on from Mad Mission, this sequel sees our heroes in all sorts of bother as a US gang attempts to take revenge for the death of villain White Glove. A local gang offers to protect them, but only for a hefty cut of the diamonds which were stolen in the original film.

I found the first Mad Mission to be fairly disappointing, due to its poor slapstick comedy, rather mundane stunt-work and slapdash script (the best parts of which were lifted from the British film 'Ooh... You Are Awful' starring comedian Dick Emery); however, Part 2 works marginally better thanks to more outrageous action, better (and more dangerous looking) stunt-work, and some truly daft moments that have to be seen to be believed.

Take, for example, the early scene in which Sam Hui does battle with a huge robot, which is so ludicrous (the machine is extremely clunky and poorly designed) that it's almost impossible not to enjoy. Another similar moment towards the end of the film, in which our heroes unleash their own army of tiny robots, is even more ridiculous.

And then there is Filthy Harry, the assassin hired by the US to retrieve the diamonds: a cigar chewing, stetson wearing Clint Eastwood lookalike whose entrance is accompanied by the theme from The Good, The Bad and The Ugly! As you can probably tell, this isn't high art and it certainly won't be to everyone's taste (I struggle with the films at times—especially when Karl Maka goes into OTT slapstick mode, complete with comedy mugging and silly walks), but if you like your films chaotic and as dumb as hell, then there just might be something in Mad Mission 2 to take your fancy.

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