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Young and Dangerous IV - 97古惑仔戰無不勝 [1997]

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Title: Young and Dangerous IV

Director: Andrew Lau

Producer: Manfred Wong

 

Cast:

Ekin Cheng, Jordan Chan, Michelle Reis, Karen Mok, Alex Man, Ng Chi Hung, Roy Cheung, Michael Tse, Jerry Lamb, Jason Chu, Anthony Wong, Sandra Ng, Pinky Cheung, Wan Yeung Ming, Spencer Lam, Ken Lo, Lee Siu Kei, Samuel Leung, Nam Yin, Chan Chui Fung, Michael Lam

 

Synopsis:

Older, wiser, but still young and dangerous. The Hung Hing boys of Causeway Bay return for further adventures, but the stakes – and the cast of actors – have grown considerably. Now branch leader of Causeway Bay, Chan Ho-Nam (Ekin Cheng) reflects on the triad life and the tragedies he's encountered. He doesn't have long to reflect though, because unexpected turmoil threatens Hung Hing from the inside! Chicken (Jordan Chan) is offered the branch leadership of Tuen Mun, but to his surprise does not receive support from longtime pal Ho-Nam. As the two find their friendship threatened, Hung Hing looks for a new leader in Mr. Chiang's brother (Alex Man), and the Tung Sing triad secretly backs Chicken's rival for the Tuen Mun territory.

 

Young and Dangerous 4 ups the ante with a deeper exploration of the realities of triad leadership, and the continuing maturation of fledgling leader Chan Ho-Nam. In addition, series creators Andrew Lau and Manfred Wong pack the film with even more cast members. Roy Cheung returns as a character different from the one he played in Young and Dangerous 3, Karen Mok and Anthony Wong both return, and Sandra Ng makes her first appearance in the award-winning role of Sister Thirteen, the famed lesbian Hung Hing branch leader she also played in Portland Street Blues. Gorgeous Michelle Reis rounds out the stellar cast as a possible new love interest for Chan Ho-Nam.

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this movie is great. definitely should be recommended to you guys and watch.

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I love this movie and the whole series. Ekin did a really good job acting in this triad film.

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haha~ very old one, but wanna watch it over again

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Enjoyed this movie, just like all the other Young and Dangerous movies.

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One of the best in the Young and Dangerous Series. Ekin is very "ying" as usual.

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the whole series was crazy good and will always be an original classic.

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Love the whole series of young and dangerous. Brings back old childhood memories.

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love this one, love all the series. starts to get boring after the 5th one though

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good show of the past, now become history already. not the in thing now.

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yeah classic never dies, still the best gangster series I have seem

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such a classic movie. ekin and jordan at their best. cant wait to rewatch this.

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I once loved Ekin :)

coz he is so great that he loves Gigi Lai so much in the movie!

OMGGGG!

but I prefers the first and the third one.

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classic series! this is a must watch movie. the whole series is amazing!

 

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i miss these movies they shouldve made a better endin

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What a great film. Might start watching them all again.

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they should really make and sequle to this movie i relly hope there is more about chan ho nam when he became the boss in hung hing

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classic, Y&D depicted the 90s generation HK really well.

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