WARNING: The following review contains spoilers, I’m telling you now so you don’t pretend to be outraged later.
My personal rule of thumb is to avoid children’s movies at all costs. 787 more words
Four years after their debut feature Cold War became the most successful local release of 2012, writer-directors Longman Leung and Sunny Luk deliver a second round of tense confrontations and explosive altercations within the upper echelons of the Hong Kong Police Force.
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Picking up right where their 2012 hit film, which featured an all-star cast and swept the Hong Kong Film Awards, left off, Longman Leung and Sunny Luk present another suspenseful tale of corruption and double-dealing in the highest echelons of the Hong Kong police department, its two institutional halves at (cold) war with each other. 916 more words
Four years after their directing debut Cold War became the top film of the year at the Hong Kong box-office as well as an awards magnet (8 HK Film Awards and 3 additional nominations), Sunny Luk and Longman Leung finally deliver on its final cliffhanger: after implementing operation ‘Cold War’ to rescue five police officers that had been hijacked with their armored van, and arresting Joe Lee (Eddie Peng), the main suspect and the son of Deputy Police Commissioner M.B. 804 more words
The Hong Kong police blockbuster COLD WAR 2 寒战 2 stars will in Singapore from July 5 to 6. Fans of Chow Yun Fat 周润发, Aaron Kwok 郭富城, and Eddie Peng 彭于晏 can catch a glimpse of them on July 5 at the Marina Bay Sands’ Skating Rink for the red carpet event at 8 pm before they make their way to the Gala Premiere. 116 more words