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Michael Wong stars in this gritty action film as Ming, a Hong Kong cop investigating a series of unsolved murders that seemed to be linked to triad gang members. After determining that the perpetrator of these murders was a professional assassin, Ming must find the killer before someone else does. Written by IvanWong

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9 August 2001 (Hong Kong)  »

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Rather boring actually...
9 January 2016 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

As much as I enjoy Hong Kong cinema, then it was really difficult to find any actual enjoyment in this 2001 movie. In fact, "Ultimatum" (aka "Chui hau tung dip") is a rather boring movie.

The Hong Kong police is working with a mainland Chinese police officer in order to solve triad related murders. But as the case comes closer to being solved, secrets are revealed and a game of assassins is unraveled.

Right, well, the storyline was a bit too much of a jungle of seemingly random incidents that didn't have much continuity or appeal to the audience. And the story wasn't helped along in any way by the questionable acting portrayed in the movie.

The action sequences were adequate, but not noteworthy or impressive by any means. And these alone managed to keep the movie somewhat afloat and prevented it from being an ultimate stinker.

If you enjoy Hong Kong cinema, do yourself a favor and actually skip on this 2001 movie. You are much better off with almost anything else. For a Hong Kong action movie, "Ultimatum" was well below the standards.


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