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Naked Weapon (2002)

Chek law dak gung (original title)
Details the workings of a mysterious assassination organization, (codenamed: Naked Weapon), led by its globally feared and master assassin, Fiona Birch. It essays the modus operandi of ... See full summary »


(as Tony Ching Siu Tung)



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Complete credited cast:
Marit Thoresen ... Fiona Birch
Almen Pui-Ha Wong ... Madam M (as Almen Wong)
... Jack Chen
Natalie Kyoko Waters ... Little Katherine (as Kai Yan Kwok)
Renee Nichole Rommeswinkel ... Little Charlene Ching
Chia-Li Mo ... Little Jing (as Mo Ka Lai)
Agustin Aguerreberry ... Drillmaster
... Charlene Ching
Anya ... Katherine
Jewel Lee ... Jing
... Student murdered in Cage
Chun Lai ... Tattooed Yakuza Boss (as Benny Lai)
... Faye Ching
Dennis Chan ... Mr. Chan
... Ryuichi


Details the workings of a mysterious assassination organization, (codenamed: Naked Weapon), led by its globally feared and master assassin, Fiona Birch. It essays the modus operandi of Fiona where she assassinates a crime mob boss and his mooks. A trained assassin, she violently breaks the spine of a fat mob boss using the infamous Deadly Spine Rip technique.

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They will seduce you - just before they kill you!

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Rated R for violence, some sexuality and drug use | See all certifications »

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15 November 2002 (Hong Kong)  »

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1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?


Mark Aldred, who played the Russian crime boss (uncredited) was fired from his job as an English teacher in a Hong Kong primary school because the principal had discovered his role in this film. After a lengthy hearing, an industrial tribunal awarded Aldred HK$11,600 as a contract gratuity. However, it threw out his claim for around $79,000 in damages and dismissed Aldred's claims that his sacking was unlawful. See more »


When the briefcase containing money is opened on a boat in Hong Kong harbor, all the US$100 banknotes have the same serial number. See more »


References Léon: The Professional (1994) See more »

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Stylish and sexy, spine-ripping assassin action.
5 January 2008 | by See all my reviews

Naked Weapon, from prolific writer/producer Wong Jing and director Siu-Tung Ching, is one of the most preposterous films that I have seen in a long time. It is also one of the most consistently entertaining.

Madame M (Almen Wong) is the head of an organisation that provides sexy assassins for hire. When an operative is killed, she abducts a large number of pretty teenage girls (all of whom are adept at fighting) and takes them to a remote island where they are trained for six years to become ruthless killers (special move: sever the spine with finger tips and remove several vertebrae!).

At the end of their gruelling training, the girls are pitted against each other in duels to the death. The last three alive are then given the opportunity to work for Madame M in exchange for their eventual freedom.

Hong Kong hotties Maggie Q, Anya, and Jewel Lee play the film's ridiculously attractive final trio of killers, and fans of slick, sexy action should not be disappointed: director Siu-Tung Ching delivers loads of high-kicking martial arts action scenes (thoughtfully shot in slow motion so as to give male viewers even longer to ogle the stars' bodies as they perform all manner of acrobatic moves); there are gratuitous bloody gun fights in which the gals sport teensy outfits; and we even get a couple of steamy sex scenes (Maggie Q kindly gets 'em out for the lads!).

It is true that this is a dumb, trashy, sexist, and brutally violent movie—an exercise in style over content which lacks convincing acting and a decent plot. But who cares, when you've got stunning visuals, a touch of gore, crazy Matrix-style fight scenes, and, towards the end, quite a bit of audacious wire-work (at one point, Charlene ends up balanced on one leg atop a bad guy's head)? Certainly not me!

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