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Two Thumbs Up - 衝鋒車 [2015]

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Genre: Comedy/Crime

Director: Lau Ho Leung

Cast: Leo Ku, Francis Ng, Simon Yam, Patrick Tam, Mark Cheng, Philip Keung, Christie Chen, Susan Shaw, Jack Kao

Runtime: 1 hr 43 mins

Opening Day: 2 April 2015

 

Synopsis: Big F and his gangsters dress their minibus to resemble a police vehicle, and pose as policemen for a robbery. Police Officer Chui has sensed “criminal intent”. Without police orders, he investigates these gangsters. At the robbery the gangsters engage in a gunfight against the real criminals, who kill randomly. Big F and his men are infuriated. They may wear police costumes and use toy guns, but their passion is real. Sensing their righteous passion, Chui decides to side with the imposters and their 16-passenger EU vehicle. Big F and his men re-discover the bond they felt when they used to battle together. Finally, Chui, Big F and the gang defeat the criminals, showing Chui that anyone can be a hero, and righteousness resides within us all.

 

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Very interesting story, good actors, can't wait to watch it...

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Thanks for sharing. It looks like a very interesting movie.

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looks cool and interesting...maybe i'll give a try

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this show seems really good on screenplay, can tie different spots into one...

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probably one of the most interesting movies of the year

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Very good indeed. It has been a while for a good HK movie

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don know got this movie...is it nice??

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The quality of Hong Kong movies of late leaves a lot to be desired and I think is in a state of decline. There is like no more originality and the comedy movies are ridiculous.. Somehow I feel that Korean movies are better in terms of plot and storytelling. The quality is there. I haven't actually watch two thumbs up but I sure hope that the story is engaging and rightfully deserves a two thumbs up.

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