Fong juk (Exiled)
Fong juk (Exiled) (2006)

Acclaimed Hong Kong filmmaker Johnny To returns to the characters of his international success The Mission (aka Chueng Fo) with this action-packed thriller. It's 1998, and the Portuguese colony of Macau, a city along the Southern coast… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: September 6, 2006
DVD Release Date: December 4, 2007
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Critic Score: 79% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews

Consensus: Exiled has non-stop action, tension and style -- making it an excellent summer action movie. Johnnie To brings beautiful scenery and camerawork to the film, enhancing the action even more.

Wesley Morris
Boston Globe

A simmering pot of blood and yucks, accented with guitar and harmonica on the soundtrack.

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Kevin Crust
Los Angeles Times

To packs the moments of contemplation with as much suspense as the action sequences and is a master of ratcheting up tension through small details.

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Craig Phillips

Exiled veers on the pretentious ...but the whole thing has such a humor about itself that it's hard to carp about it.

Ted Fry
Seattle Times

The finale is a slow-motion tour de force that blends style, elegance and nuance of character in showers of blood.

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Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times

Johnnie To, the director, is highly respected in this genre, and I suppose he does it about as well as you'd want it to be done, unless you wanted acting and more coherence.

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Nick Schager
Lessons of Darkness

An electric, inventive amalgam of gonzo violence and lyrical sentimentality.

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G. Allen Johnson
San Francisco Chronicle

Exiled is creative and bizarre, maybe too bizarre, but since most action films adhere to a cookie-cutter formula, its quirkiness is most welcome.

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Fred Camper
Chicago Reader

This 2006 Hong Kong-produced gangster film by director Johnnie To, set in Macao, is an entertaining product that presents a powerful artistic vision.

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Amber Wilkinson
Eye for Film

Johnny To's direction is as smooth as a well-cut suit and the violence has a balletic intensity.

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Flixster Audience Score: 80% Flixster User Reviews
Stella Dallas
the sequel to johnnie to's 'the mission' is like the bastard child of john woo and sergio leone, complete with it's own… More
JY Skacto
<i>Exiled</i> is a crime thriller follow up film to Johnnie To's own <i>The Mission</i>. This is long overdue.<p>This film… More
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Super-cool Hong Kong actioner about four hit-men who have a crisis of conscience aftre they are ordered by their ruthless boss to kill an ex-member of their… More
Tsubaki Sanjuro
This is a lesson for Steven Sodenberg and his lazy "Ocean's..." flicks. When you are doing a movie that has zero plot, make the characters… More
Gordon Anderson
Nostalgia trip to early 80's Hong Kong John Woo stylised shootouts. Mimics the pacing with long sections of thoughtful pondering interspersed with frenetic… More
Dean McKenna
Awesome Hong Kong gangland movie about a friendship is formed between an ex-gangster, and two groups of hitmen. The film is quite 80-ish in presentation and… More