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(3389) 6.8 128 min 2017

Chui lung is a movie starring Donnie Yen, Andy Lau, and Philip Keung. An illegal immigrant from Mainland China sneaks into corrupt British-colonized Hong Kong in 1963, transforming himself into a ruthless and emerging drug lord.

Donnie Yen, Andy Lau, Philip Keung, Wilfred Lau
Crime, Action, Biography, History
Jing Wong, Aman Chang, Jason Kwan

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Crime, Action, Biography, History
Director Jing Wong, Aman Chang, Jason Kwan
Writer Jing Wong, Koon-Nam Lui, Ming-Ho Yip
Stars Donnie Yen, Andy Lau, Philip Keung, Wilfred Lau
Country Hong Kong, China
Also Known As 追龍, 追龙, Chasing the Dragon, Trùm Hương Cảng, Chasing Dragons, King of Drug Dealers
Runtime 2H 8M
Description The year is 1963, an illegal immigrant named Ho (Donnie Yen) sneaks into British-ruled Hong Kong. Equipped with guts and combat skills, he plunges into the underground world getting into constant conflict with rivals. After many adversaries, the once good-natured man is physically crippled and turns into a monster more atrocious than all the most corrupted cops and ruthless drug dealers. Ho eventually emerges as the most powerful drug lord under the control of Chief Detective Sergeant, Lee Rock (Andy Lau). However, with the establishment of Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) by the law enforcement in 1974, Rock is forced into premature retirement. But Ho still insists he would not be stopped as he determines to become the sole dictator of the drug empire.

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Monday, 13 Apr 2020 12:06

In the early 1960s, Mao Zedong (Chow Yun-Fat) creates the Red Guards, a loosely-knit group of revolutionaries who pursue a Maoist ideology and have a strict code of discipline. As a result, the Red Guards are considered a terrorist organization and they are frequently hunted down. As a result, Mao enlists the help of a retired veteran of the Red Guards, Yeh Ming (Chow Yun-Fat), to teach them how to be disciplined and in the process, they become friends. The movie is based on the memoirs of Yeh Ming, who was part of a group of Red Guards that became involved in a number of violent incidents that led to the deaths of several Red Guards and the imprisonment of many others. When the Red Guards are finally released and Mao becomes a party member, they begin to terrorize the country by using deadly weapons and killing political opponents. The movie is not a particularly well-made film, and it has an uninteresting story that doesn't really develop. The movie is not particularly well-acted either, and there are some scenes that are simply too long, such as the scene where Mao is meeting with his wife. The acting in this movie is not particularly good, but it isn't particularly bad either. Chow Yun-Fat is a pretty good actor, and he does a good job as the lead character, Yeh Ming. He does not have the best of the supporting cast, but he does a good job. The movie is also not very well-made. The cinematography is decent, but the production design is also not particularly good. The movie is set in the early 1960s, and there are a number of red-painted buildings and structures, but the special effects are not very good. The movie is not particularly well-made, but it is not particularly bad.

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