One rainy night in an arms factory near Shanghai, a young female worker accused of stealing a box of bullets from the ruthless Boss Ding (Liu Kai Chi) is violently killed in a game of Russian roulette. Half a month later, a series of inexplicable deaths takes place in the factory, where the victims are shot but no bullets are found. Rumors of a deadly curse begin to spread in the factory, terrorizing the workers there. So, eccentric police inspector Song Donglu (Lau Ching Wan) and his hot-blooded, gunslinging partner Guo Zhui (Nicholas Tse) are sent in to investigate the mystery of the phantom bullets...
Writer:Chi-Leung Law, Sin Ling Yeung (original story), Sin Ling Yeung
Son Donglu, a newly promoted detective teams up with Guo Zhui, fastest gunman in Tiancheng and Xiaowu, a novice policeman to investigate the mystery deaths in a bullet factory. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Mesha B (mx) wrote: Another spinoff? All these American spinoffs all seem to be half assed with half assed storyline/jokes hopefully another doesn't happen. =
Jason D (br) wrote: One sentence to describe my opinion of this film is: this film is frigging awesome!!! It is a must have film for your collection because ths film has delicious shootout espically the finale that will leave you smiling because it is actually the truest meaning of what "Charlie Valentine" is all about but I cannot tell you; it will ruin your surprise of understanding so... This film has great dialogue: simple and brutal and heartless but fun and rootful for 'em! The acting is there but it is not enough but it is entertaining to see how it stretch with enough strength of evidence that these actors can prove that they can act with ease at will of their own is a cool treat! The action sequences is the real 80's style king that will have you drooling to attempt to go rent some 80's fun action flicks! I really enjoy this simple but complex hitman film because it comes with heart but fill it with bullets.
David Ray G (de) wrote: What an eye-opener this movie is. So illimitable, concussive and shaking. And Al Pacino is simply magical. In a few words, what I received from this movie was the conceptualism that no matter how many people you know, no matter who your friends are, no matter how many people look up to you, no matter how many people wave at you on the street, no matter how many phone numbers there are in your agenda, you still die alone and lonely. And for that reason only, this movie is a tremendous blow to the human nature and the life standards we set too low.
Jesse L (it) wrote: As tightly wound as its insomniac protagonist, it's easily one of Cage's best performances, and a bleak, unrelenting funeral dirge for New York City.
Vinay K (it) wrote: Very well written and Good acting by all. Reminds me of Calvin's dad from "C&H" who is obsessed with 'building Calvin's character' :-)
John H (nl) wrote: It's not even so-bad-it's-good, it's just a dull hour punctuated by four or five amusing moments.