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Asian Cop: High Voltage (1994)
"Ah sau ging gat: Si gou aat sin" (original title)

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Chiang (Donnie Yen) is a very efficient policeman to which his wife was murdered by a drug kingpin on which was investigating. In despair, Chiang decided to accept the assignment to travel ... See full summary »

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Chiang Ho-Wa
Roy Cheung ...
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Edu Manzano ...
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Lily Lee ...
Jenny
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Gabriel Romulo
Subas Herrero
Rando Almanzor
Johnny Vicar
Al Nanca
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Benjie Tuazon
Joe Lapid
Raymond Ga-Jun Chan ...
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K.T. Wong
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Chiang (Donnie Yen) is a very efficient policeman to which his wife was murdered by a drug kingpin on which was investigating. In despair, Chiang decided to accept the assignment to travel to the Philippines to return to Hong Kong the witness of an important process. He is killed, but when Chiang understands that the murderess is involved in the murder of his wife decides to stay in the Philippines to fight it. Written by IvanWong

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Terrible
26 April 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is one of the worst ripoffs of Hard Boiled I have ever seen. Donnie Yen plays the reckless cop and he is after the man who killed his wife. The story is horrible. The cops travel to the Phillipines to find the killer of one of their informants. When they get there Donnie finds the guy who killed his wife and looks to take revenge. Roy Cheung is always good as a villain and he does a fine job here. The musclebound Frankie Chin plays a henchman, and for some reason Frankie Chin's character just disappears at the end of the movie with no explanation.

The action was a big disappointment. The gunplay is some of the worst I have ever seen and there is only one good fight scene. The fight in the bar is the only one I liked and it is also the hardest fight to see because of the terrible lighting. Or maybe that's just because I have the crappy Videoasia DVD. The final fight is trash. Everything is visible and it is a horrible fight. Some people like the final fight, but I can't figure out why. This movie is highly not recommended.


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