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Chung ngon sat luk ji geng tin haai gip ngon (1994)

Video Action | Crime
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A nutty gang member is released from prison and he goes on a one man rampage destroying his old gang, didles his old lady and single handedly takes on Danny Lee's usually bad ass gang of ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Danny Lee
Parkman Wong
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Ti-Ko Chen
Hoi-sing Cheung
Si Man Hui
Chi-Shing Hung
Eric Kei
King-Kong Lam
Kwok-king Ng
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A nutty gang member is released from prison and he goes on a one man rampage destroying his old gang, didles his old lady and single handedly takes on Danny Lee's usually bad ass gang of detectives. Written by Joseph P. Ulibas <mculibas@cwnet.com>

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Chong an shi lu zhi jing tian xie jie an  »

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Danny Lee and company try to stop a crazed gang member.

Shoot to Kill (1994) was a Danny Lee film that his film-making co-hort Park Man Wong shot on video for Lee's film company Magnum. Danny Lee stars as the cop who's squad is assigned to take out a crazy gang member who just got out of jail. When he hit the streets, he wages a one man war against any one who gets in his way. He's also interesting in getting some payback! The usual crew of cops (check out The Untold Story and Twist) help Danny Lee and Park Man Wong try to either put the punk back in the slam or take him out like a mad dog.

I saw this movie on video tape without english sub-titles. The "movie" was shot on video. Film-makers used on location sound instead of doing the soundtrack in a studio. The production values were low (even for a Hong Kong film) and the actors looked bored. Danny Lee was very bored and didn't give his usual performance. If you ever wanted to hear his real voice, this is the chance because he rarely uses it.

For die-hard Danny Lee fans. Other need not apply.

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