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Chui lung II is a movie starring Jiang Du, Louis Koo, and Ka Tung Lam. Serial billionaire kidnapper Logan has been savaging Hong Kong. Now, his gang is aiming the dart beyond Hong Kong, at an affluent Macau regal.

Other Titles
Zhui long II: Zei wang, Zhui long 2: zhui ji da fu hao, Chui lung II: Chak wong, Chasing the Dragon 2: Wild Wild Bunch, Chasing the Dragon II: Wild Wild Bunch, Zhui long 2
Running Time
1 hours 41 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Thriller, Action, Biography, Crime
Director
Jing Wong, Jason Kwan
Writer
Jing Wong, Koon-Nam Lui
Actors
Ka Tung Lam, Jiang Du, Tony Ka Fai Leung, Louis Koo
Country
Hong Kong, China
Year
2019
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Serial billionaire kidnapper Logan has been savaging Hong Kong. Now, his gang is aiming the dart beyond Hong Kong, at an affluent Macau regal.

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Kenneth

There are some movies that make you feel like you've seen a better movie. "The Big One" is one of those movies. The story is simple. A man is a hit-man and he gets a call from his wife who wants to know if he's coming home. He goes and meets his wife's new boyfriend and they start a relationship. It's a simple story but the way the story is told is just brilliant. It's like a classic romance movie with some action thrown in. The action is really good. It's the kind of movie you can watch over and over again and still not get bored of it. The acting is great. You can really feel how good they are acting. The only problem I had with the movie was the ending. It was a little too sudden. I mean it's just a movie and they had to end it. It was a little bit too sudden. But I still think this is a really good movie. I would definitely recommend it.

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Kevin

As a Hong Kong action film fan, I'd say the fights are great, the violence is great, and the storyline is cool. I like the ending too. Also, you don't really need to know who Robert Chow plays, because I don't think it really matters. I think it's cool that some characters are on the left side of the face, and others are on the right, because it gives the film a more artistic feel. The voice-over by Paul LeMat also helped, as did the use of subtitles. I also loved the scene where he runs through the roof of a building, and he comes out onto the street, and the crowd reacts like a bad man running up to a great lady, and he yells "I'm a bad man!". If you like martial arts movies, and the Hong Kong action genre, then I'd say go for it.

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Julie Lane

Ever since the previous movie, I've been waiting for the movie to come out so I could review it. However, after I heard that this was a remake, I was very disappointed. Not only was the original movie better, it was actually more entertaining than the remake. That's why I wasn't too excited about the movie. I was very disappointed to hear that this movie wasn't exactly as good as the original. However, after seeing it, I am happy to say that this movie was much better than expected. This movie has a great cast, a great storyline, and a great story. The plot is fairly simple but there is a lot of substance to this film. Not only is this the best Kung Fu movie of all time, it's also the best movie ever made. My rating: A+

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Sara

The so called Chow Yuk Gong Guys in A Better Tomorrow have been disbanded after taking a large portion of the Chinese population hostage in a closed restaurant in 1994, and remaining in solitary confinement for 8 years. To our relief, the Chinese government recently released all of their hostages and welcomed Chow Yuk Gong back into the fold. They soon plan to release another group of hostages in a different location, and to test the new members in an actual shoot out. It's a big step to have a certain character from your favorite cult hits return. The story for this film was inspired by a book, and was very loosely based off of that novel. The film itself was surprisingly effective in it's depiction of the "family" of Chow Yuk Gong. They basically were left with no other choice than to take their hostages hostage. There were several changes from the book, so it's hard to compare. The actors really seem to have been put into this project with a whole lot of enthusiasm. You could tell they really had put a lot of work into this film. You also really couldn't help but to be amazed by the excellence of acting. Some of the moments were extremely well-done and dramatic. They truly seemed like true family members at times. The performances were so good, it made you wonder how real their experiences were. You really want them to succeed. The director, and actors, really did a great job here. The story has a strong core of good, solid performances. The acting is fantastic, so you really can't help but to be moved by the performances. But the script, while also solid, is a bit on the weak side. It's a little too easy to predict what's going to happen next, but it's still not horrible. The characters are just written too well, and really let you in on the emotions, which is a huge part of the plot. There are just a few minor problems with the film, but they really weren't that bad. It's still very well done. But the screenplay, despite it's flaws, is still very well written. What I liked about the film was the emotional depth of the performances, which was very very well done. Some of the moments in the film will really hit you hard. I was really touched by the storyline, which was really emotionally well written. It wasn't the greatest of screenplays, but it did have a decent, heartfelt story. There are very few films that you can say I was touched by, and A Better Tomorrow was one of them. There are certain movies that will never leave my heart, but I was touched by this one. I was very impressed.

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Arthur

This was one of the few movies of 2004 that I felt I could rewatch. I thought it was excellent. However, there is one thing I'm still trying to figure out. Is this a TV show or a movie? This is the first movie I've seen with the title "A.I.M." in it, and it immediately reminded me of the show that has been running since 1989. If the movie is supposed to be about the reality of an organization, then I would think the organization could be easily adapted from the show. However, if the movie is supposed to be about the way of the organization, it really isn't that much of an improvement. All in all, I enjoyed the movie, but I think the title "A.I.M." is more appropriate. Also, I think the show is supposed to be a TV show.

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Joyce B.

A trip down the rabbit hole. An intelligent character with an astonishing look, Chui Lung - is a young female heroin addict with a good heart. No smoking, drinking, sex or profanity.This is a well-made film with good performances by all actors. We have many different threads to follow and only a little for the eye-candy. Good direction and a fine cast. After the success of the first film we have the sequel, but not the same quality of the original. Some scenes are not as touching as the first film. Mainly because the substance of the movie is too abstract for the eyes. We have a poor screenplay. We have a similar conflict with the son and the older brother. We have a serious crime scene in the middle of nowhere. Very simple plot and character development. But nevertheless the film is good with well placed camera work. The acting by all is excellent. There is a hint of emotion in the film. You can see the good character develop and change. The mother is deeply hurt. She tries to cope with her daughter. We have a few scenes where the heroine gets a serious car crash. But there is a strong emotional resonance between all characters. We have the protagonist with her mixed emotions. We also have the brother who needs to use the alcohol to get through the tension. And finally, we have the mother who has suffered a loss in her life and needs to deal with the experience. So we can safely conclude that this film is very expressive and that the story has strong emotional resonance. So the cast, the screenplay and the directing all contributed to a very effective film.

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Denise

Hong Kong Crime Thriller-Watched my third time on Netflix and it was actually even more enjoyable than the last one. I watched this movie at the request of a friend (Krystle Lynn) and she loved it. This movie was really well-made. The screenplay was actually written by the same director who directed "Buddhist Assassins" (2014). It was actually fun to watch the plot unfold. The performance of John Woo and Jacky Cheung were really good and even the action scenes were quite well-made. But, I must say, this movie could have been even better. The ending was a bit disappointing but I had to guess the twist at the end. I thought the ending was a little unrealistic but I guess that was because they couldn't give more character development to these characters. The only real problem I have with the movie is the ending. But, the end did lead up to the action scenes and the movie was still very entertaining. My only complaint is that the movie was a bit too long for my tastes. I still think that the end was a bit unrealistic. Overall, this was definitely a movie I would recommend to someone.

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Theresa

Almost forgotten now. And most likely not to come back to fame. Pretty standard tale of revenge. The story goes on with the main antagonist having an unrequited crush on the hero and plot twists. The heroine is the typical teen in the movie. Love is the biggest obstacle in the movie. Plot is complex and the main character has a lot of problems. Final fight scene is pretty neat. I am not a big Lee's fan but he does a good job here. The movie starts out slow and is nice to see Lee's return. Overall a watchable movie that is worth a watch.

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Joyce Little

If you have not seen this movie, and are looking for a good movie to watch, then I suggest you watch it. If you haven't seen it yet, you may feel slightly disappointed. It's a movie that has a story that is very interesting and hard to sum up. It is a mixture of gangster film, western film, and thriller. There's no clear villain here. There is no overarching story, and the emphasis is on the individual's story. At the same time, there are layers of drama and drama-esque situations. If you like my style, then you should enjoy this movie.

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Patrick A.

This was a tough one. I think the original "Dai mong" with Lau Ching-Wah was a great film, but the remake wasn't as good. This is my first review. I had very high expectations for this film, but I'm not sure what to make of it. On the one hand, I think it is a great and original film, and this remake is very similar to the original. On the other hand, I really liked the original film. It had a sense of humor, suspense, and it had a great message about the evils of the system. This film has all of the elements, but it is not as good as the original. This is very hard to criticize. What I was really surprised by was that this film was actually made for the Chinese market. It was an inexpensive project, and I think it was a mistake to make it for the American market. I understand the need for them to get more American viewers, but American audiences are not interested in these kind of films, and they're not interested in the visual aspect of film. In fact, in many ways, these films can be a distraction from the plot. I don't really understand why they did this. It's not just a waste of money, but it's really bad for the production. I would have preferred that they kept the "Witchcraft" from the original film, which is a cool idea. I think that this film is a good action film, but I think that the original "Dai mong" is much better. I know that in the US, they are tired of these things, but I still think that this film is better. I give it a 6/10. It's not perfect, but I really liked it. I think that this is a must-see for fans of Asian cinema.

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Debra

This is quite a good movie to watch on a lazy afternoon. From the beginning it is clear that Chow Yun Fat will be in action. However, this movie is not his best work yet. Though he plays a good guy, with good intentions, in a very tricky situation. Also, the "love interest" is not entirely convincing. Yet, I think it is her acting which is the best part of this movie. The fight scenes are quite good also. It is well worth watching.

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Judy

There is no doubt that the Filipino Cinema is in a phase of sorts. It is alive and kicking and shooting every movie that it can. This is the birth of an adult film industry. That said, there is a deeper meaning to this film, and that is the recognition that films can be artistic. That was what Jodi Garcia said during the opening of the film, and this is what the film is about. It's art-less, as that is its whole purpose. The audience gets a first hand look of the dirty police police investigation and the things that went into the killing of the Charlie. The first half is the most interesting part, and it's where the film truly excels. This is when the film begins to grab its audience, and it will also be where the film gets its meaning. The film is a crime drama, as it involves the killings of a case that was dropped. It's a slice of the dirty past, as the police and the cases are completely overlooked in favor of the current police forces and their brutality. There is something to be said about the way it's done, as it's not shown through a view point, as it's done through a raw truth. It is quite incredible how they use the footage of the movie to show the murders, and then throw the footage in a case. It's a neat tactic to say the least. The second half of the film really does tell a story, but it's not really what I would call a story, as it's more of a look into the people of the police. There are some excellent moments, as the way they tell the story are some of the best I've seen. The music in the movie does a great job, as it really sets the mood for the entire movie. The acting is fine, as it's a mostly single lead. It's good, but it doesn't rise above the mediocrity that it was up to. This movie is worth a watch, as it will be a well deserved treat for those who love to see Filipino Cinema at its best.

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John

The third movie in the popular "X-Men" movie franchise, "Blade Runner 2049" (or "Blade Runner 2049" in English) is the third installment in the "Blade Runner" series. The previous installments of the series had been entertaining, but this third film is much more focused on being an action-packed movie than the previous ones. I found this second part very enjoyable. I found the movie a lot more realistic, and a lot more interesting than the previous installments of the series. This film follows the story of a post-apocalyptic world where the world's resources have been polluted and turns into desert. Replicants, a product of this polluted world, are now the only living beings and they live in isolation. The only human beings are replicants who are trained and fought for by the other replicants. There are two main characters in this movie, one a Blade Runner who is trained in the ways of the blade runner and the other a human being who is trained by the other replicants to be a killer. The main character in this movie is a Replicant named Deckard (Harrison Ford), who is a detective who is ordered to find the most important person in this world, the person who is responsible for killing all replicants. He starts investigating a replicant named Roy Batty (Ryan Gosling), but also becomes involved in a story that he does not understand. This film is filled with action scenes and really makes the action scenes exciting. My favorite fight scene in the movie was in the diner and the follow-up fight in the diner. The action in this film is exciting and keeps you on the edge of your seat. The special effects in this film are great and very realistic. I think this is one of the better movies of the "Blade Runner" series. The other good thing about this film is that I really like the cinematography of this movie. The cinematography of this movie is great and the scenes are beautiful to look at. The movie is divided in two parts and I found the second part a lot more interesting. I found the story in this second part to be much more interesting and much more interesting than the other parts of the film. I think the second part of this movie is a better film because the second part had a lot more interesting characters and a lot more interesting storyline. Overall, "Blade Runner 2049" is a good action-packed movie. It is a little more realistic than the previous films in the series and is a little more interesting. This film is the best film in the series and the most underrated film in the series

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Anna Morrison

Now the biggest complaint I heard from people was that this was a very poor copy of the original film. Unfortunately, a copy of a copy of a copy is still a copy and the same things were copied in this film, but all in a much more entertaining way. The first film was made with a very low budget, so this was obviously no budget film, but it still worked very well and was a ton of fun to watch. The opening of the film is just a great scene of violence and action, it is not at all boring or sloppy. The fights in this film are much better, the way they are done and how they move on screen is much better and are both fun to watch. Also, there is more blood in this film, most of it more realistic and it is far better to watch than the previous film, but the original film had a much worse amount of blood, even though it is very realistic and not too gory. This film is not without its flaws however, the first act is pretty boring and it is a very long film. I have to say that the fight scenes are pretty much amazing, they are amazingly fluid and it is very fun to watch. I give it an 8/10 because it is still very entertaining and I have to say I have to give it to the original film, but this movie is definitely better.