2002 is a special police force that fights against supernatural phenomena. The team is formed by one human, Chiu, and a spirit, Sam. When Sam reincarnates, a human rookie policeman Fung applies for the position.
Tien-You has recently taken on a job as a security guard in an old mansion, and on the first night he takes his friends Nam and Priscilla along to keep him company. While exploring, they ... See full summary »
Tax collector Ning, a clumsy and easily frightened man, doesn't have any money and decides to stay overnight in an abandoned temple. Little does he know that the temple is haunted. He meets... See full summary »
Young man Jordan owes a gambling debt and runs away. Judy leaves her husband at the same time. The two encounter when Jordan goes to save his friend and Judy goes to hospital to visit her grandpa, and then they fall in love.
Mastering the magical elements of Wind, Fire, Water and Earth, a down-on-her-luck college student finds herself caught up in a battle among wizards holding the key to prevent the destruction of the universe.
Policemen Brian and Mike use an elderly woman's apartment for surveillance, hoping to catch a fugitive gangster. They develop a warm relationship with their hostess. Meanwhile, each man develops a romantic relationship.
Prior to seeing this, I'd already seen the Wilson Yip movies 2002 and Bio-Zombie, so I kind of knew what to expect. Skyline Cruisers delivered, and did not disappoint me. It is a bit confusing at times, but it's never anything to put you off watching the rest of the film. All of the cast were good aseptically Jordan Chan who played Bird, and if you watch the film, I'm sure most of you will say the same thing.
All in all this is one of the better Hong Kong movies on the market and has everything an action and Hong Kong fan could possibly want.
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