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Cheuk is a mainland security officer who's thrown into a race against the clock when he discovers a man is holding an entire school hostage in exchange for his adopted son, so it's up to Cheuk to use his formidable martial arts skills to retrieve the boy and bring him back before the man decides to kill everyone. Written by
Chiu Man Cheuk is sent out to rescue Anthony Wong's son from an illegitimate father before Wong himself,who is holding a school hostage,kills a bunch of people.Plenty of humour and crazy fight scenes,but the movie is relatively non-violent.This is not a perfect film,but it still manages to be entertaining.It's simply one long chase sequence with fighting interspersed.The bad guys manage to show up at every turn without any explanation.However I enjoyed it and you should too,if you're a fan of Hong Kong cinema!
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