The Pink Squad is comprised of four strong, tough women (Sandra Ng, Ann Bridgewater, Suki Kwan in her film debut, and Elsie Chan) who do their police work efficiently and successfully. As a...
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The Pink Squad is comprised of four strong, tough women (Sandra Ng, Ann Bridgewater, Suki Kwan in her film debut, and Elsie Chan) who do their police work efficiently and successfully. As a result, their chauvinistic superiors in the police department are always scheming to try and get them fired. One of their ideas is to arrange for the Pink Squad to maintain surveillance on a blind musician...
"Operation Pink Squad" is a strange HK mix of action, drama and lowbrow comedy. The cover features four girls, and the Pink Squad IS made of four girls, but two of them aren't really important and are soon forgotten. The main leads are Anne Bridgewater and Sandra Ng. Anne has the lion's share of the action - the film begins with an incredible fight scene (her vs. Jeffrey Falcon), but sadly she has only two more fights after that: the one has no proper ending and the other is too silly (she is disguised as a clown). Sandra is in charge of the comic and dramatic elements, and she handles them well, in fact she is the main reason they work at all. Overall, the film is a mixed bag, and probably works better if you know that you should not expect a lot of action. (**1/2)
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