Han cheng gong le (Tokyo Raiders 2) (Seoul Raiders)
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Han cheng gong le (Tokyo Raiders 2) (Seoul Raiders)
Hero and Infernal Affairs star Tony Leung takes the led in cinematographer-turned-director Jingle Ma's action thriller about a Japanese National Security agent and a thief who find their plans for splitting a lucrative reward complicated by the appearance of an unanticipated adversary. Japanese National Security agent Lam (Tony Leung) and skilled thief JJ (Qi Shu) may operate on opposing sides of the law, though their mutual love is all the excuse they need to enter into a tenuous, and dangerous, alliance. It seems that counterfeiters are making a mint by forging U.S. currency. The powers… More
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"Ma's screenplay is a muddle, but the attitude is fun, and watching Leung and Shu Qi try to out-charm each other is worth more than a convoluted plot any day."
‑ David Cornelius, DVDTalk.com
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