Chow Yun-Fat, Tony Leung Chiu-Wai, Anthony Wong, Teresa Mo
John Woo (Director), Barry Wong (Screenplay), Gordon Chan (Screenplay)
Release: Apr. 16th, 1992
Runtime: 2 hours, 6 minutes
A cop who loses his partner in a shoot-out with gun smugglers goes on a mission to catch them. In order to get closer to the leaders of the ring he joins forces with an undercover cop who's working as a gangster hitman. They use all means of excessive force to find them.
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Tarantino's action style was BASED on John Woo, and it still doesn't hold a candle to a John Woo original thriller.
Beyond the action though I'm very satisfied with the straightforward plot which, because it's a Hong Kong action movie, OBVIOUSLY involves triads (as per Rule #1 of The Official Rules of Hong Kong Action Movies), however it manages to keep it simple, straightforward, and grounded towards our hero.