Perpetrators Mike (Michael Wong), Jean (Suki Kwan Sau), Q (Jackie Lui Chung-yin), and Shoot (Lam Suet) make off with a briefcase full of diamonds, which they turn over to their boss, Uncle ... See full summary »

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Tian-Lin Wang ...
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Perpetrators Mike (Michael Wong), Jean (Suki Kwan Sau), Q (Jackie Lui Chung-yin), and Shoot (Lam Suet) make off with a briefcase full of diamonds, which they turn over to their boss, Uncle Lam (played by Wong Jing's father, Wong Tin-lam). He assures them that their next assignment will be a piece of cake: steal a valuable pearl Buddha bracelet from Taiwanese triad Chicken Sam (Yang Hsiang), who owes millions in gambling debts and is wanted by both his fellow gangsters and the law. Desperate to impress his girlfriend (Crystal Tin), who only cares about money, Q's spendthrift ways are endangering everyone's safety and Jean is falling deeply in love with Michael (who has a wife and son and seeks to maintain the facade of a happy marriage). Shoot, meanwhile, is in love with Jean, further compromising the team's ability to function as professionals. The Chicken Sam job goes awry, prompting a beleaguered Uncle Lam to sell Michael and company out, resulting in a bloodbath. The surviving ... Written by IvanWong

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Ultra violent heist movie...
7 September 2002 | by (Evansville, Indiana USA) – See all my reviews

1st watched 9/7/2002 - 4 out of 10 (Dir-Marco Mak): Ultra violent heist movie with heist gang doing jobs for a mafia-like leader. Lots of similarities to the Godfather-type of family doing dirty deeds for the big guy so he can make money. This movie is an example of a style over substance movie that does a lot of things visually, but the story doesn't lead us down too many directions and doesn't make us interested enough. Very similar to many of the recent action movies that the US has put out that carry the same `action' over `dialogue' mentality. This one didn't keep me on-the-edge of my seat enough to be considered a good action movie.


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