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Sammo Hung (Actor) | Simon Yam (Actor) | Wu Jing (Actor) | Tanny Tien
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Fatal Move (DVD) (Korea Version)
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Brotherhood is broken and blood is spilt in Fatal Move, an intense triad-cop actioner that recalls the glory days of Hong Kong Cinema. Director Dennis Law (Fatal Contact) assembles an unbeatable cast of genre movie stars, starting with Sammo Hung, Simon Yam, and Wu Jing, reteaming after the wildly popular SPL. Joining them are Danny Lee (The Killer), essaying his familiar role as a policeman, with veteran actress Tien Niu and genre regulars Lam Suet, Maggie Siu, Eddie Cheung, and Pinky Cheung also along for the ride. Fatal Move is a gripping underworld saga rich with themes of brotherhood and betrayal, but director Law makes sure to give the core audience what they're really looking for. Fatal Move delivers visceral, eye-opening action choreographed by Li Chung Chi (Invisible Target), and handily earns its Category III rating due to harrowing, exceptional violence. Those who enjoy their gangster sagas with a generous helping of blood should be quite happy with what Law has cooked up here.

Big Brother Lung (Sammo Hung) is the head of a strong, multi-level triad organization involved in multiple illicit activities. The anti-triad cops, led by Inspector Liu (Danny Lee) are watching their every move, but business has never been better, as Lung's brothers, including trusted lieutenant Tung (Simon Yam) and deadly enforcer Tin Hung (Wu Jing), are there to back Lung whenever necessary. But empires are sometimes built on the bodies of its people, and among Lung's organization are the unsatisfied, the power-hungry, and even those with private, deadly vendettas. The internal strife starts low in the organization, with lower bosses and their wives angling for power, but the corruption permeates every level of the triad - even Lung's inner circle. Though Lung and his loyal followers seemingly have all the angles covered, there may be some betrayers and some battles that they don't expect. Meanwhile, Inspector Liu waits and watches, knowing that he soon may have an all-out gang war on his hands.

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Product Title: Fatal Move (DVD) (Korea Version) 奪帥 (DVD) (韓國版) 夺帅 (DVD) (韩国版) 奪帥 (韓国版) 탈수 (DVD) (한국판)
Artist Name(s): Sammo Hung (Actor) | Simon Yam (Actor) | Wu Jing (Actor) | Tanny Tien | Danny Lee (Actor) | Pinky Cheung | Hui Siu Hung | Lau Kam Ling | Tam Bing Man | Maggie Shiu | Ken Lo | Eddie Cheung | Lam Suet | Johnny Chen 洪金寶 (Actor) | 任達華 (Actor) | 吳京 (Actor) | 恬 妞 | 李修賢 (Actor) | 張文慈 | 許紹雄 | 劉錦玲 | 譚炳文 | 邵美琪 | 盧惠光 | 張兆輝 | 林雪 | 路斯明 洪金宝 (Actor) | 任达华 (Actor) | 吴京 (Actor) | 恬 妞 | 李修贤 (Actor) | 张文慈 | 许绍雄 | 刘锦玲 | 谭炳文 | 邵美琪 | 卢惠光 | 张兆辉 | 林雪 | 路斯明 洪金寶(サモ・ハン・キンポー) (Actor) | 任達華 (サイモン・ヤム) (Actor) | 呉京(ウー・ジン) (Actor) | 恬[女丑](ティアン・ニウ) | 李修賢(ダニー・リー) (Actor) | 張文慈(ピンキー・チョン) | 許紹雄(ホイ・シウホン) | 劉錦玲(ラウ・カムリン) | 譚[火丙]文(タム・ビンマン) | 邵美琪 (マギー・シウ) | 慮恵光(ロー・ワイコン) | 張兆輝(チョン・シウファイ) | 林雪 (ラム・シュー) | Johnny Chen Sammo Hung (Actor) | 임 달화 (Actor) | Wu Jing (Actor) | Tanny Tien | Danny Lee (Actor) | Pinky Cheung | Hui Siu Hung | Lau Kam Ling | Tam Bing Man | Maggie Shiu | Ken Lo | Eddie Cheung | Lam Suet | Johnny Chen
Director: Dennis Law 羅 守耀 罗 守耀 羅守耀(デニス・ロー) Dennis Law
Release Date: 2009-11-19
Language: Cantonese
Subtitles: English, Korean, Spanish
Country of Origin: Hong Kong
Picture Format: NTSC What is it?
Disc Format(s): DVD
Region Code: All Region What is it?
Rating: III
Publisher: Daekyung DVD
Other Information: 1Disc
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1021577184

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탈수 (DVD) (한국판)

* Screen format: 2.35 : 1 (Anamorphic Widescreen)
* Sound mix: Cantonese Dolby Digital 5.1

* Director: 나수요

- 파란만장한 홍콩의 밤의 역사가 펼쳐진다!
- 중국 흑사회의 흥망성쇠를 해부한 폭력연대기!
- 홍콩 느와르를 대표하는 최고의 배우진과 제작진 총출동!
- 3년간의 실사를 통해 완성시킨 홍콩 흑사회의 리얼 히스토리 공개!

중국 흑사회의 흥망성쇠를 해부한 폭력 연대기

탈수(奪帥)
Fatal Move

파란만장한 홍콩의 밤의 역사가 펼쳐진다!

하늘의 명을 따르는 자는 슬프고
하늘의 명을 거역하는 자는 죽음이다!

홍콩의 밤을 장악한 흑사회의 외로운 보스 린은 항상 조직을 위해 긴장된 생활을 하면서도 부하들에게는 항상 보스로서의 위엄을 잃지 않고 조직을 잘 통솔해 나간다. 하지만, 이들 조직을 항상 예의 주시하며 감시해 온 홍콩 경찰청 류반장은 그에게 눈의 가시와 같은 존재다. 급기야 자신의 아들 돌잔치에 난입하여 파티를 망치고 폭언을 가하는 류반장의 태도에 뭔가 불길한 기운을 감지한 린에게 마침내 조직의 존립을 위협하는 일대 사건들이 연달아 발생한다. 마약밀매 현장이 급습 당하여 조직의 자금 줄이 막히고, 믿었던 남동생은 막대한 도박 빚에 조직의 계율을 어겼으며, 경찰에 체포된 심복의 아내는 조직의 비밀을 침묵하는 대가로 이천만 불을 요구한다. 오랜 경찰의 치밀한 작업으로 발생한 조직와해 공작이라 믿은 린은 홍콩 경찰과의 무차별 적인 전쟁을 준비하는데…..

1. 홍콩 느와르를 대표하는 최고의 배우진과 제작진 총 출동!
2. 3년간의 실사를 통해 완성시킨 홍콩 흑사회의 리얼 히스토리 공개!
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Professional Review of "Fatal Move (DVD) (Korea Version)"

May 13, 2008

This professional review refers to Fatal Move (2008) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)
With the awesome SPL still fresh in the memory, it's hard to imagine any Hong Kong action fan not getting excited at the prospect of Fatal Move. Boasting a cast reunion of Simon Yam, Wu Jing and the legendary Sammo Hung, and bringing in familiar faces such as Danny Lee, Tien Niu, Lam Suet and others, the film promises old school triad thrills, beefed up with plenty of bloody violence. Also in its favour is the fact that the film marks director Dennis Law's follow up to his excellent martial arts Wu Jing vehicle, the similarly titled Fatal Contact which certainly showed him to be more than capable of giving the modern genre a much needed shot of adrenaline.

The plot follows time-honoured tradition to the letter, focusing on a troubled triad gang led by Big Brother Lung (Sammo Hung). Poor Lung has all manner of problems, fighting to retain his turf against fierce enemies and having to out-think the scheming plotters who seem to riddle his organisation. Even his trusted right hand man and boyhood friend Tung (Simon Yam) adds to his worries by running up massive gambling debts, while his young enforcer Tin Hung (Wu Jing) starts to show a threatening taste for overkill. At the same time, Lung is stalked by Inspector Liu (Danny Lee), a dogged cop who is determined to bring him down while trying to prevent the city from being engulfed by chaotic gang war.

Obviously, a film like Fatal Move should be judged on its action and thrills rather than plot or characters, and on that level it certainly scores high, with a pleasing number of entertaining and explosive set pieces. Most of the action comes in the form of gun battles and swordplay, with only one real martial arts duel thrown in - a stunningly gratuitous, though by no means unwelcome sparring match blatantly inserted to give Sammo a chance to show that he still has his considerable skills. The choreography, by Li Chung Chi (recently responsible for Invisible Target, is tight, if not particularly innovative, and he serves up a handful of breathtaking shots amongst the usual brawls and police shoot-outs, thankfully not relying too much on slow motion or wire-work.

Fans will no doubt be pleased to hear that the film certainly earns its category III rating, being exceptionally bloody and violent throughout, with limbs flying all over the place and a body count which quickly spirals out of control in fine fashion. Also included for good measure is a pretty rough torture scene, which comes complete with teeth and fingernail pulling in a real hark back to the older and nastier days of the genre. Although the use of CGI blood is a bit distracting, all of this gives the film a tough and visceral feel, as does the fact that Law shows a pleasing ruthlessness in bumping off the film's precious few sympathetic characters. This helps to underline its depiction of triad life as being dog eat dog, characterised by backstabbings and betrayals rather than the usual melodramatic glamour.

The film isn't quite action cinema nirvana, and it does sag somewhat in the middle when Law allows things to slow down. Indeed, away from the scenes of blood and fury his direction is quite indifferent, as if the dramatic aspects of the film were of considerably less interest to him, and this unfortunately rubs off on the viewer. To be fair, he does manage to pull things together at the end for a reasonably emotional climax, though the sentimental flashbacks and sudden delving into the characters?past relationships comes a little too late, and it's hard to shake the feeling that the film could have been trimmed by half an hour or so to make it a lean, mean, fighting machine.

Still, this isn't too much of a criticism, and the slower stretches do at least give viewers a chance to catch their breath. As it stands, Fatal Move though not as good as SPL or Flash Point is nonetheless an excellent piece of Hong Kong action that is far superior to the vast majority of other recent genre efforts. An absolute must-see for fans of the cast or indeed anyone looking for intense thrills, it confirms Law as one of the prime purveyors of the form and gives renewed hope for the future of triad action films.

by James Mudge - BeyondHollywood.com

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Customer Review of "Fatal Move (DVD) (Korea Version)"

Average Customer Rating for All Editions of this Product: Customer Review Rated Bad 4 - 4.2 out of 10 (11)

jasmine
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July 13, 2009

This customer review refers to Fatal Move (2008) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)
Gory, gory..... Customer Review Rated Bad 6 - 6 out of 10
I'm not much for blood, gore & violence (although a little that need be included for storylines are ok) but when Wu Jin 's character as one of Sammo's trusted right-hand man was on the job, nothing's left 'unchopped'. The cgi for this was quite well done & look realistic but it chilled me out. Top marks for Sammo & Wu Jing's finale scene.

I disagree with some reviewers that there's nothing going on here but if you watch closely, it shows that even a well-oiled organization can come unstuck if there's the slightest hint of discontent (jealousy, greed & suspicions are the biggest culprits). Sad ending though. Overall, not one for the faint hearted and I still enjoyed it.
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June 23, 2009

This customer review refers to Fatal Move (2008) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
fatal move Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
cant understand why not many people like this .i think its has good has spl its a good story and its fast. slick nicely choreographed .and sammo hungs has good .has he his in spl
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August 20, 2008

This customer review refers to Fatal Move (2008) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
Another SPL this is not.... Customer Review Rated Bad 4 - 4 out of 10
With most of the notable cast returning from SPL (minus Donnie Yen) you think this will be in the same league as the fore mentioned film but unfortunately it does not quite match Wilson Yip's martial arts thriller.

For a 2 hour long film there does not seem to be much happening during the course of its running time. Much of the scenes are spent developing the characters via dialogue and this is its failing. For a thriller to truly shine there needs to be suspense and it this is what Dennis Law's direction fails to deliver.

There is few action scenes and those that do occur are sub par focusing more on gore than skills, with the aid of horrible CGI blood. Wu jing is as skilled as always when he is given the chance to let loose and his fight with Sammo (The only decent fight in the entire film) is definitely the highlight of this picture. The Sammo Vs. Wu Jing is not actually connected to any part of the story and seems to be thrown in for the sake of having two martial artists throwdown.
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August 16, 2008

This customer review refers to Fatal Move (2008) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)
personal view Customer Review Rated Bad 4 - 4 out of 10
Story line is not really that boring... fighting scenes are OK... over all I will say is better than Flashpoint... but not as good as SPL...
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July 1, 2008

This customer review refers to Fatal Move (2008) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)
one of the worse Customer Review Rated Bad 1 - 1 out of 10
Fatal Move is one of the worse movies of 2008 and perhaps one of the worse movies ever to come out of Hong Kong. To add insult to injury, the cast features some of the actors I consider to be top notch. Either they were tricked into starring in this movie or that they were really hurting for money. Either way it's no reason to torture the audience with story that doesn't make sense and way over the top CG blood/gore. Just about every fight scene has someone's limp being chopped off and it got to the point where I would just laugh as the blood and gore were done pretty cheaply and looked really fake. The only upshot to this movie would be the fight scene between Wu Jing (Jacky Wu) and Sammo would probably early this movie half a star. But then again owning/renting this movie would have you fast forward to that fight scene and skip everything else.

Bottom line: Avoid at all cost.
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