After "Z Storm", "S Storm" and "L Storm", comes "P Storm". Louis Koo returns as William Luk, this time going undercover as a prisoner to investigate correctional officers who are receiving bribes. In prison, he meets Yuan and finds out that the prisoner has conspired with the governor. Meanwhile, Ming, an officer from ICAC, is working with Liang, an officer from the Bureau of Anti-corruption, to go after Yun, a corrupt Mainland officer also known as White Glove. William then decides to work with Ming to target a group of criminals across Hong Kong and Mainland China.
It is tedious to see Koo in every of the HK film. Not that he has default in his acting, but we need some new faces to refresh our interest. Having said that I do appreciate what Koo has done to our society and in entertainment circle. He is the chairman of actors' union. He helps a lot of actors in need and in sickness. His contribution to society is beyond doubt.
Come back to the movie, its plot is ok. Acting of supporting lead is satisfactory. Not a bad time killer.
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