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(599) 5.8 96 min 2019

'P' fung bou is a movie starring Louis Koo, Kevin Cheng, and Raymond Lam. William Luk, goes undercover as a prisoner to investigate correctional officers who are receiving bribes.

Starring
Kevin Cheng, Raymond Lam, Louis Koo, Ka Tung Lam
Genres
Crime, Action
Director
David Lam

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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
Director David Lam
Writer Ho-Wah Wong, Man-Lung Ho
Stars Kevin Cheng, Raymond Lam, Louis Koo, Ka Tung Lam
Country China, Hong Kong
Also Known As P Storm, Fan tan feng bao 4, P風暴, Đội Chống Tham Nhũng
Runtime 1H 36M
Description After "Z Storm", "S Storm" and "L Storm", comes "P Storm". Louis Koo returns as William Luk, this time going undercover as a prisoner to investigate correctional officers who are receiving bribes. In prison, he meets Yuan and finds out that the prisoner has conspired with the governor. Meanwhile, Ming, an officer from ICAC, is working with Liang, an officer from the Bureau of Anti-corruption, to go after Yun, a corrupt Mainland officer also known as White Glove. William then decides to work with Ming to target a group of criminals across Hong Kong and Mainland China.

Top reviews

Thursday, 24 Sep 2020 19:52

Unlike other action movies in the same genre, "My Name is Killer" is much more serious than its comic-book-styled predecessor "Armed and Dangerous", with a more complex plot, and the climax involves the character's killing his father. The film is based on the novel by Rob Guillory, and the plot is far from what the title suggests. The title was inspired by a famous cartoon character, Killer Croc, who steals the people's life and property. An assassin, after a disastrous mission, feels he has failed. He sees his father's corpse lying on the road. He calls his ex-wife to comfort her, and with the help of a bartender, they hire a maid and the maid's family, to help him bury the body. He goes on the job, but his boss doesn't like his ideas. The ex-wife convinces him to save his father's life, but when he fails, she calls her ex-husband and says she knows where he lives, so he will meet her. As he begins to walk the street, the assassin spots her and tells her to run. The ex-wife runs and the assassin follows her. There is a final chase in the woods, with the assassin and the ex-wife finally meeting, in which the assassin kills her. The ex-wife is not happy and goes to the police. The police try to find out what happened, but they can't find the killer. After watching this film, I can't help thinking that, if it had been a better action movie, or a better character-development story, this would have been one of the most exciting films ever made. It has all the qualities of a good film, and that is why I think it is not only very enjoyable, but also very important. I give it a 7 out of 10.
Monday, 15 Jun 2020 15:42

I had heard so much about "Blind Cliff", the film that sparked my interest in the martial arts movies, that I was so excited to watch it. First of all, the fighting scenes were pretty good. The fight choreography was excellent, and there were several good scenes in the movie. On the other hand, I could not help but think that the action was not as consistent as I expected. There were some good fight scenes, but in the end I couldn't really get a grip on what was happening, and the fight scenes were definitely not as fun as I had hoped. I kept waiting for a crazy action sequence to come along, and the movie didn't give me that. I think that maybe the director had the feeling that if he was going to give us action sequences, then he needed to be able to let us know what was going to happen in these sequences. I also felt that some of the choreography was way out of place. I am not saying that these moves were bad, but I felt like the fighting sequences were done too much to make us forget the choreography. This was a big problem because I really had a great time watching the fights. They were intense, and you had to really think about the meaning of the moves, and the plot was still compelling enough to keep you interested in the film. I definitely recommend "Blind Cliff". If you are a fan of martial arts movies, you should definitely watch it. You will have a great time, and you will be looking forward to the next action sequence. You will not be disappointed.


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