Sammo Hung plays a cop on the trail of drug dealers. Customs officer Yuen Biao is investigating the same gang. Sammo's new partner is eager-beaver Takeshi Kaneshiro. Despite each having ...
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Sammo Kam-Bo Hung
Sammo Kam-Bo Hung,
Sammo Hung plays a cop on the trail of drug dealers. Customs officer Yuen Biao is investigating the same gang. Sammo's new partner is eager-beaver Takeshi Kaneshiro. Despite each having their own ideas on how best to proceed, they are teamed together and must put aside their differences in order to crack the case. Romance, plot twists, comedic asides, and, of course, plenty of fights bring the film to a climatic and bruising conclusion.Written by
A big inspiration for the movie was Stephen Bocho's NYPD BLUE, which can be witnessed in the camerawork, and the extensive unlicensed use of the theme from the show at various times in the movie. See more »
After a period of 6 years. Sammo Hung teamed up with Yuen Biao to produce this movie which can only be described as a supremely fun movie.
Don't Give a Damn deliberately focuses on trying to make the viewer enjoy the movie rather than try to add to the masterpieces which already exist on both Yuen Biao's and Sammo Hung's filmographies.
If you can accept that fact. Then this is a brilliant movie. Sammo Hung puts in a likeable performance while the whole cast backs up wonderfully (although it does help that there is a beautiful actress in the cast!). While Yuen Biao gives a wonderful comedic performance which will make you laugh.
The fight scenes are fantastically choreographed by Sammo himself. Especially the fight between him and Yuen Biao are a highlight.
The direction, by Sammo as well, is well accomplished. Including a blink and you'll miss a Chin Siu Ho cameo, just expect fun and you'll love this movie.
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