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An undercover cop struggling to provide for his son and ailing wife, must infiltrate a ruthless gang. But things turn sour when another cop blows his cover and he quickly finds himself battling for his life and the lives of his family.
The story is set in both Hong Kong and the U.S. So goes to the U.S. to open a martial arts school. Around this time, many Chinese people were sold off to U.S. railroad companies, and were ... See full summary »
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Micheal, a former test subject of a project to create supersoldiers, is forced to escape with his comrades after the project was cancelled. Months later, he is trying to have a quiet life as a librarian with a tough cop as his best friend. However, a string of vicious gangland murders begins that has all the markings of his former compatriots who seem to have turned to violent crime. Realizing that the police are helpless to fight these soldiers, Micheal decides to take them on himself. Donning a mask to protect his identity, Micheal must fight these powerful villians as the mysterious superhero known only as Black Mask. Written by
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The games Tracy plays on the Sega Saturn while locked inside Black Mask's apartment are "Virtua Fighter 2" and "X-men: Children of the Atom." See more »
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I knew you'd find me if I let myself be caught. I'm so glad you've come back to join us.
Come back? No Cailyn.
It's your fate. No matter what, you're still one of us.
[watching the children play at the park]
If I told you there was a place for us outside of death, without all the killing... that you and I could leave it all behind, just by walking away... would you do it?
Look Michael, let's not pretend we're like these people. We're killers.
But not machines. Even a killer ...
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Black Mask (We're Taking It All)
Performed by 701 Squad (featuring Diamonds in Da Ruff, Strick, Cover, Royce Da 59 (as Royce the 5'9") & Fabbiden)
Written by M. Humphrey, C. Fossett and C. Parker
Produced by Just Blaze F.O.B. Entertainment
Published by Blackhaven Music, T-Boy Music L.L.C. Gold Lease Publishing, Sixth of July, F.O.B. Music Publishing (ASCAP) See more »
Once a part of 701 squad, an elite group of super-soldiers/assassins surgically altered to feel no pain, Tsui Chik (Jet Li) now works as a librarian; but when the remaining members of 701 squad (whose number include the rather gorgeous Francoise Yip) turn to crime, bumping off drug lords to corner the narcotics market and stealing police files to sell to other criminals, Tsui Chik takes on the guise of superhero 'Black Mask' to fight his former comrades.
Black Mask is a frenetic comic-book martial-arts actioner from director Tsui Hark, a rather chaotic film with a plot that makes very little sense but which still succeeds in being highly entertaining thanks to a huge helping of silliness, loads of insane wire-enhanced fighting (choreographed by Yuen Woo Ping), and a fair amount of gore.
Amongst the craziness on offer: characters are blown to pieces, crushed under vehicles, killed by razor edged CDs, and hack off their own limbs to escape capture; Jet Li has a brief but very impressive battle in a graveyard and also performs an jaw-dropping kung fu routine using a high voltage cable as a weapon; and crime-lord King Kau (the brilliant Anthony Wong) is sent his daughter's severed legs in the post!!!
One more thing... if possible, try to find a subtitled version of the filmthe dubbing is atrocious.
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