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Credited cast:
Chi Fai Chan
Hung-Yip Chan
Yuk Wah Cheung
David Chow
Yiu-Cheung Lai
Chi-Sing Lam
Koon-Lan Law
Sam Lee
Simon Lui
Frankie Chi-Hung Ng
Edmond So
Ronald Wong


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Release Date:

10 September 1999 (Hong Kong)  »

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Sun ga fat  »

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Ko: [in the car on the way to the gangster negotiation] Have you two done anything before?
Becknam: What?
Ko: Have you ever been in jail?
Becknam: ...
[shakes his head]
Ko: Have you killed anybody?
BecknamDavid Chow: ...
Ko: Ever fired a gun?
Becknam: [enthusiastically] Yes! In Shenzhen Dream Park.
Ko: Wow!
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Louis Koo- WOW
26 April 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is another review where I am not going to go into the plot. It is way too complicated. I'd probably mess it up somewhere, so I'll just go over everything else. And don't worry, the plot isn't hard to follow, it would just take too long (for me) to describe. Alex Fong plays a bigtime gangster, and after some crazy events, Louis Koo joins his gang. Louis Koo is really the only thing I want to talk about. Seeing him in a role like this is something special. The guy is a total badazz. I don't see how he isn't a star in American movies yet. Seeing him in movies like Flash Point, Bullets Over Summer, and now this, it just seems like he has unlimited potential. And I still have a lot of his movies to see, like Throwdown and Election. I have a feeling that I haven't even seen the best of him.

Alex Fong does a good acting job, about as good as he is capable of, and Simon Loui, Frankie Ng and Sam Lee give great performances.

The action is OK. Loius Koo does good, but it's too obvious that he doesn't have the real life skill level of the killing machine that he's made out to be. But dang those big knives are sweet. No complaints there. There is one fight I liked a lot, MIGHT BE A SMALL SPOILER HERE- Loius Koo vs Simon Loui. It's not choreographed very well, but I can't explain it, it's just a great fight with a great ending to the fight. I don't know if Koo won an award for his performance, but he should have. There are few that can show the pain that he shows.

So don't go into this movie thinking it will be great, and you will have to take a chance on it, but you may just like it.

The ending of this movie is really amazing. I love when Alex Fong tells Koo that he didn't have to cause all this bloodshed, he would have just fought Koo, man to man. And then the very end of the movie is incredible. I shouldn't even be saying this. Because if you are expecting something really incredible like a big action scene, you will be very disappointed. So I guess the best way to describe it is to say that I absolutely loved the end of the movie. You just gotta love gangster movies! One more thing, this movie has an AWESOME soundtrack.

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