Paul Scott | CENTRAL COAST,, N.S.W. Australia | 05/02/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
Very good film of its type.
Some great fighting sequences and a terrific last 30min.
Starring Yeung Pan Pan
Who care's about a story when you have action like this!
morgoth | omaha, NE | 03/10/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)
"The story isn't horrible, but it's not anything special. Sharon Yeung Pan Pan and her fellow cops are trying to stop a gangster who deals drugs and stuff. What else is new? Luckily the gangster has a lot of henchmen, so there are plenty of good fights. It's nice to see white actors like Mark Houghton, Bruce Fontaine and Steve Tartalia have roles, and even better than that, Alan Hsu has a good role. He gets a pretty good fight with Yeung Pan Pan. Alan Hsu was the white haired villain in 7 Grandmasters, and he also had good roles in Rebellious Reign and Daggers 8, and many other older movies. So seeng him in a movie from 1992 is a real treat. Kara Hui has a small role as a cop and does fine in her fights, but Yeung Pan Pan is the real star. She did a few modern day movies, but she is better know for her oldschool work like Lion vs Lion, Duel of the 7 Tigers and Choi Lee Fat Kung Fu.
The final fight in this movie is only about 2 minutes long, but it is really good. I don't want to give it away, but a well known villain shows up and puts some serious heat on Yeung Pan Pan and Kara Hui.
The Tai Seng DVD is unfortunately full screen, but it's still pretty good quality."