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Badges of Fury (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A

Jet Li (Actor) | Wen Zhang (Actor) | Wu Jing (Actor) | Michelle Chen (Actor)
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Wen Zhang, Jet Li and Michelle Chen team up to become an unlikely trio of crime fighters in Badges of Fury, the hilarious feature film debut by director Wang Zi Ming. In their third pairing, Li and Zhang play a pair of less-than-competent detectives out to solve a series of confounding murder cases, with Chen playing their frustrated boss. A retro love letter to Hong Kong action comedies from the 1980s and 1990s, Badges of Fury is packed with over-the-top action (including a bicycle chase through the streets of Hong Kong) and silly humor that often defies the laws of physics.

In the tradition of a Hong Kong commercial blockbuster, Badges of Fury is also filled with special cameos by big stars. See if you can catch appearances by Raymond Lam, Michael Tse, Huang Xiaoming, Tong Dawei, Wen Zhang's wife Ma Yili, Leung Ka Yan, Kevin Cheng, Alex Fong, Stephy Tang, Tian Liang, Lo Hoi Pang and many more. Action fans will also get to see Jet stretch his fighting muscles against fellow action stars Wu Jing, Bruce Leung and Colin Chou!

The Hong Kong police are baffled by a series of bizarre murders that leaves its victim dead with a smiling face. Angela (Michelle Chen) is charged with solving the case, but her subordinates are overzealous, troublemaking detective Wang Buer (Wen Zhang) and lazy veteran Huang Feihong (Jet Li). Together, they stumble from various clues and multiple suspects, including up-and-coming actress Jinshui and her seductress half-sister Yiyi. Are the two sisters the culprits behind the murders, or will Buer and Feihong discover more sinister villains lurking in the shadows?

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Product Title: Badges of Fury (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) 不二神探 (2013) (Blu-ray) (香港版) 不二神探 (2013) (Blu-ray) (香港版) 不二神探 (2013) (Blu-ray) (香港版) Badges of Fury (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
Artist Name(s): Jet Li (Actor) | Wen Zhang (Actor) | Wu Jing (Actor) | Michelle Chen (Actor) | Cecilia Liu (Actor) | Josie Ho (Actor) | Kevin Cheng (Actor) | Michael Tse (Actor) | Leung Ka Yan (Actor) | Lo Hoi Pang (Actor) | Collin Chou (Actor) | Conroy Chan (Actor) | Alex Fong Lik Sun (Actor) | Raymond Lam (Actor) | Cheung Tong Cho (Actor) | Bruce Liang (Actor) | Huang Xiao Ming (Actor) | Tong Da Wei (Actor) | Stephy Tang (Actor) | Lam Suet (Actor) | Liu Yan (Actor) | Tian Liang (Actor) | Tenky Tin (Actor) | Michelle Lo (Actor) 李 連杰 (Actor) | 文 章 (Actor) | 吳京 (Actor) | 陳妍希 (Actor) | 劉詩詩 (Actor) | 何超儀 (Actor) | 鄭 嘉穎 (Actor) | 謝天華 (Actor) | 梁家仁 (Actor) | 盧海鵬 (Actor) | 鄒 兆龍 (Actor) | 陳子聰 (Actor) | 方 力申 (Actor) | 林峯 (Actor) | 張同祖 (Actor) | 梁小龍 (Actor) | 黃曉明 (Actor) | 佟 大為 (Actor) | 鄧麗欣 (Actor) | 林雪 (Actor) | 柳岩 (Actor) | 田亮 (Actor) | 田啟文 (Actor) | 盧覓雪 (Actor) 李 连杰 (Actor) | 文 章 (Actor) | 吴京 (Actor) | 陈妍希 (Actor) | 刘诗诗 (Actor) | 何超仪 (Actor) | 郑 嘉颖 (Actor) | 谢天华 (Actor) | 梁家仁 (Actor) | 卢海鹏 (Actor) | 邹 兆龙 (Actor) | 陈子聪 (Actor) | 方力申 (Actor) | 林峯 (Actor) | 张同祖 (Actor) | 梁小龙 (Actor) | 黄 晓明 (Actor) | 佟 大为 (Actor) | 邓丽欣 (Actor) | 林雪 (Actor) | 柳岩 (Actor) | 田亮 (Actor) | 田启文 (Actor) | 卢觅雪 (Actor) 李連杰(ジェット・リー) (Actor) | 文章(ウェン・チャン) (Actor) | 呉京(ウー・ジン) (Actor) | 陳妍希(ミシェル・チェン) (Actor) | 劉詩詩(リウ・シーシー) (Actor) | 何超儀(ジョシー・ホー) (Actor) | 鄭嘉頴(ケビン・チェン) (Actor) | 謝天華(マイケル・ツェ) (Actor) | 梁家仁(レオン・カーヤン) (Actor) | 廬海鵬(ロー・ホイパン) (Actor) | 鄒兆龍(コリン・チョウ) (Actor) | 陳子聰 (コンロイ・チャン) (Actor) | 方力申 (アレックス・フォン) (Actor) | 林峯(レイモンド・ラム) (Actor) | 張同祖 (チョン・トンチョー) (Actor) | 梁小龍(ブルース・リャン) (Actor) | 黄暁明 (ホァン・シァオミン) (Actor) | 佟大為 (トン・ダーウェイ) (Actor) | 鄧麗欣 (ステフィ・タン) (Actor) | 林雪 (ラム・シュー) (Actor) | 柳岩 (リュウ・イエン) (Actor) | 田亮(ティエン・リャン) (Actor) | 田啓文 (ティン・カイマン) (Actor) | 盧覓雪(ミシェル・ロー) (Actor) 이연걸 (Actor) | Wen Zhang (Actor) | Wu Jing (Actor) | Michelle Chen (Actor) | 류시시 (Actor) | Josie Ho (Actor) | Kevin Cheng (Actor) | Michael Tse (Actor) | Leung Ka Yan (Actor) | Lo Hoi Pang (Actor) | Collin Chou (Actor) | Conroy Chan (Actor) | Alex Fong Lik Sun (Actor) | Raymond Lam (Actor) | Cheung Tong Cho (Actor) | Bruce Liang (Actor) | Huang Xiao Ming (Actor) | Tong Da Wei (Actor) | Stephy Tang (Actor) | Lam Suet (Actor) | Liu Yan (Actor) | Tian Liang (Actor) | Tenky Tin (Actor) | Michelle Lo (Actor)
Director: Wang Zi Ming 王子鳴 王子鸣 Wang Zi Ming Wang Zi Ming
Blu-ray Region Code: A - Americas (North, Central and South except French Guiana), Korea, Japan, South East Asia (including Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan) What is it?
Release Date: 2013-08-29
Language: Cantonese, Mandarin
Subtitles: English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese
Place of Origin: China
Picture Format: [HD] High Definition What is it?
Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
Sound Information: Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby TrueHD
Disc Format(s): Blu-ray
Screen Resolution: 1080p (1920 x 1080 progressive scan)
Duration: 99 (mins)
Publisher: Kam & Ronson Enterprises Co Ltd
Package Weight: 120 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1033897861

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* Speaicl Features:
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- Making of

Director: Wang Zi Ming

In just 3 days, three cases of Smiling Murder shock Hong Kong. As he looks into the homicide, the young detective Wang Bu Er (Wen Zhang), the police station’s reckless buffoon, makes a shocking statement that this is a serial murder. He and his buddy Huang Fei Hong (Jet Li) embarks on an investigation full of excitement and unexpected events. Huang may appear to be no less muddle-headed than Wang, but in reality, he is the real master of kung fu, and would, without fail, at the most crucial moments, help Wang get out of sticky situations. Wang initially believes that budding actress Liu Jin Shui (Liu Shishi) is the prime suspect, but later, she is found to be innocent. Next, he shifts his focus on her sister Dai Yiyi (Ada Liu), among others. Eventually, Wang decides to pose as Liui’s boyfriend to lure out the murderer. The closer he gets to the truth, the greater the danger he is in….
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Professional Review of "Badges of Fury (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)"

August 29, 2013

Judging by his top-billed role in Badges of Fury, Jet Li must be in the "doing favors" portion of his career. The aging action star has gone on record stating that he holds Badges of Fury producer and longtime collaborator Chui Bo-Chu in high regard, and since Badges is directed by Chui's son Wong Tsz-Ming – well, now it all makes sense. Chui pulled in even more favors: Corey Yuen serves as action director and the film features appearances from the likes of Raymond Lam, Huang Xiaoming, Tong Dawei, Alex Fong Lik-Sun, Stephy Tang, Josie Ho and more. This being a 2013 Hong Kong-China co-production, you need some mainland connection, and it's there in co-star Wen Zhang, who plays the other "badge" in the title. Taiwan's Michelle Chen is the lead actress and mainland names Liu Shi-Shi and Liu Yan round out the top-billed five. This large cast seems unwieldy, but most actors only appear in single-scene cameos, and some of the appearances are funny and surprising. Despite – or maybe because of – its status as an insubstantial lark, Badges of Fury proves to be tolerable fun.

Jet Li stars as Huang Fei-Hong (Get it?), an aging cop who's more concerned with his stock portfolio than arresting bad guys – and yet he always shows up when someone needs their ass kicked. His partner is Wang Bu-Er (Wen Zhang), a daffy cop whose zeal for justice is matched by his knack for embarrassing himself. Along with their completely overmatched team leader Angela (Michelle Chen), the men fight crime and exchange superfluous banter. Between smaller crimes, the trio investigates the "Smile Murders", where the victims (played by Kevin Cheng, Michael Tse and Tian Liang in cameos) suddenly died while grinning. The link between the three is actress and flower vase extraordinaire Liu Jin-Shui (Liu Shi-Shi), who dated them all before they died. Muddying matters is the fact that the men also dated Jin Shui's sister Dai Yi-Yi (Liu Yan), a voluptuous vamp who practices voodoo and seems pretty damn guilty at first and second glance. The current man between the two sisters is the intense Gao Min (Raymond Lam), which means a smiling death is likely in his future.

Solving a serial murder case takes wits and intelligence – or, that's what it would take in a more credible cop movie. But this is Badges of Fury, which seems to take as its inspiration nineties Hong Kong cop comedies that combined lame shtick, paper-thin romance and solid action. Audiences should understand what they're in for simply from the opening credits, where the actors fly across the screen like bullets shot from a gun. Banter is sometimes clever (the meta-references to the stars are especially fun) but also tiring, with the Wen Zhang and Michelle Chen verbal sparring proving uninteresting rather than spirited. Badges of Fury possesses a slight misogynist streak – Michelle Chen's character is far too often the butt of verbal and physical gags – though in some ways that political incorrectness is also a callback to older Hong Kong commercial cinema. Entertaining action is served up often; Jet Li and Wen Zhang get into a number of decent, if sometimes over-the-top fights. Their fighting skills are assisted by obvious wirework and unconvincing CGI, but the film's B-movie qualities largely excuse its cheapness.

Badges of Fury is hit-or-miss largely depending on its audience. Those who expect a Jet Li-dominated affair will be unimpressed; Li is really a supporting player here, turning up for climactic fights and little else. On the other hand, those with knowledge and affection for past Hong Kong Cinema should find much to like. Besides the numerous cameos, there's the simple fact that the filmmakers made sure that Jet Li would square off against all the name martial arts actors in the film, including Wu Jing and Collin Chou. Also, Badges is delightfully unpretentious, never attempting any meaning or seriousness beyond occasional scenes of Liu Shi-Shi crying or Raymond Lam acting intense. Among the actors, Wen Zhang is the highlight, and handles both the action and comedy with equal competence. Make no mistake, Badges of Fury is not special or even "good", and possesses so much sloppy silliness that even calling it a film is a bit of a stretch. However, considering the dearth of similar productions and its amiable self-awareness, Badges of Fury gets an easy pass.

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Customer Review of "Badges of Fury (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)"

Average Customer Rating for All Editions of this Product: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10 (1)

Kevin Kennedy
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August 11, 2014

This customer review refers to Badges of Fury (2013) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Entertaining cop comedy Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
I'm embarrassed to admit that, when I began watching "Badges of Fury", I was expecting it to be a serious police drama. It didn't take long before I realized that director Wang Zi Ming had something entirely different in mind. The film begins with a series of mysterious murders, known as the 'Smiling Victim' murders because each victim dies with a silly grin on his face.

Police supervisor Angela notices the same female face showing up in photos taken of the victims' funerals. She and her team, the reckless up-and-comer Wang Bu-Er (Wen Zhang) and the curmudgeonly veteran Huang Fei-Hong (Jet Li), identify the woman as film starlet Liu Jin-Shui (Cecilia Liu). When the cops learn that the victims all are Jin-Shui's former boyfriends, Jin-Shui becomes their leading suspect. Also on the radar screen is Jin-Shui's voluptuous sister Yiyi (Ada Liu), who makes it her business to steal all of her sister's boyfriends ... who soon thereafter wind up dead.

This description of the film's premise gives no hint of the zaniness that fills this cop comedy. The comic banter among Angela and her two subordinates often is hilarious, as Wang Bu-Er continually pushes the boundaries of good sense, while Huang Fei-Hong bestirs himself from his job disinterest to snatch his mates out of trouble. The film is filled with over-the-top martial arts action and features one of the wildest chase sequences I've seen in years, with Wen Zhang attempting to catch up to a fleeing taxi while riding a bike.

The center of the action in "Badges of Fury" is Wen Zhang, not Jet Li, and Wen brings a real high-energy zest to the comedy. Michelle Chen is a revelation as the boss trying to keep a lid on the chaos created by her underlings. Jet Li succeeds in playing against type as the lazy, surly cop counting the hours until he can go home and counting the days until he can retire. "Badges of Fury" made me laugh out loud multiple times with its non-stop silliness.
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