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Heat Team (2004)

Chung on chi ma gun (original title)
(Cantonese with English subtitles) Hotshot police officers Aaron Kwok and Eason Chan are both full of talent and ego. So when their boss decides to put them both together on a "special" ... See full summary »

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Officer Lee Yiu Ting (as Arron Kwok)
Goo-Bi GC ...
Amy (as Vincci Cheuk)
Viann Liang ...
Susan (as Viann Leung)
Eason Chan ...
Officer Wong Kai Chun
Hei-Yi Cheng ...
Bobo Fung (as Yumiko Cheng)
Jeff Kam ...
Luk On Tung (as Kam Chun Man)
Wai Ho Yuen ...
Shun Chai (as Yuen Wai Ho)
Danny Lee ...
Officer Cheung Ti Chu
Chi-Po Lam ...
Siu Ko (as Lam Chi Pao)
Tin-Lung Lau ...
Siu Di (as Lau Tin Lung)
Alex To ...
Ka Kit (as Kong To)
Shiu-Ka Tam ...
Ah Ming (as Tam Shiu Ka)
Shiu Hung Hui ...
Triad Boss (as Hui Siu Hung)
Yujun Wu ...
To Yu Fung (as Victoria Wu)
Carl Ng ...
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(Cantonese with English subtitles) Hotshot police officers Aaron Kwok and Eason Chan are both full of talent and ego. So when their boss decides to put them both together on a "special" project, all they do is bicker. Before long, they're put to the test as a duo when a dangerous jewelry thief manages to disappear with plenty of loot. Will the two keep their egos in check to catch the crook? Written by Anonymous

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$111,382 (Hong Kong) (25 June 2004)
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Fun movie with twists you don't expect in the genre
18 September 2004 | by (Portland, Oregon) – See all my reviews

I sat down to this movie with friends as I ritualistically do with Hong Kong action films, expecting not much originality, plenty of shooting, and little character development. I was totally wrong.

This movie is full of action, and yet has interesting and humorous characters along the way. I forgot that it was an action movie entirely while watching some parts, as I was amused and intrigued by the way the characters were dealing with each other.

Aaron Kwok, Eason Chan and Yumiko Cheng give good performances in this film. Perhaps best is the relationship between Kwok and Chan, and the original changes that occur throughout the film. From an office paintball match to a plunge off a three story roof, the two endure many hardships while engaging each other in even more.

Overall, a movie I would recommend to anyone seeking action or comedy.


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