Kill zone

Kill zone

DVD - 2006 | Chinese
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Detectives battle organized crime in this martial arts action film.
Publisher: [Santa Monica, CA] : Genius Products, c2006
Edition: Widescreen format, two-disc ultimate ed
ISBN: 9781594442247
159444224X
Call Number: CHINESE DVD F SHA
Characteristics: 2 videodiscs (93 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in

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JackamoJames
Mar 14, 2017

This is Hong Kong Action at its best....sure it takes awhile to get to the 3o minute ending fights but there are some very cool battles before ( the fight scene in the narrow alleyway is amazing). Probably the first time people became aware of Wu Jing who has become yet another magnificent action figure..forget about the "Oh the story sucks"...first of all, its translated to TRY to help us understand the story. Im sure not all of our movies translate perfect. Do not watch a dubbed version as poor voice acting does not compare to the actual vocals and screams and intensity of the original actors...who, if you follow asian cinema, you can even tell when it is dubbed in one Chinese language or the other.
American movies should BE so good !!!...the stunts in asian films have no equal, be it Ong Bak, Chocolate, or any number of Donnie Yen movies....pop the popcorn, and enjoy these films as an escape and entertainment...and dont forget the best horror movies ( which again the western world tries pitifully to copy) come from South Korea.....Host,Tale of Two Sisters, I see the Devil....trust me, you will not be disappointed.

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Quetzlzacatenango
Oct 29, 2013

An odd "fatherhood" storyline with terrible acting (except for Sammo Hung), annoying score, and melodrama galore even for a Chinese film. Still, it's about the action and there's not even much of that except at the end. It's nice to see Sammo Hung in action again even if they did use a body double for some of it he can still move pretty well. The end fight scenes are worth it and a bit surprising with a nice degree of realism (in that it's not entirely scripted) but I think you can just skip to them without missing too much.

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