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Switch (2013) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version) DVD Region 3

Andy Lau (Actor) | Zhang Jing Chu (Actor) | Lin Chi Ling (Actor) | Tong Da Wei (Actor)
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Superstar Andy Lau becomes a super spy in Switch, the hit film from longtime producer/first-time director Jay Sun. In this heist thriller, Andy dons his James Bond suit in an exciting global adventure to complete an ancient Chinese painting. Costing over US$20 million, Switch takes the superstar from China to Taiwan, Japan and even Dubai as he glides, flies and drives his way through the dangerous world of espionage. Adding an extra degree of danger to Andy's mission are Taiwan starlet Lin Chiling as a sexy femme fatale with a penchant for wardrobe changes and Zhang Jingchu (The Beast Stalker) as a tough insurance agent. Featuring grand sets, exotic locations and a hot cast, Switch is undoubtedly one of the biggest Chinese films of 2013.

Separated for years, iconic Chinese painting Dwelling in the Fushan Mountains is about to be united again in a grand ceremony. Before the ceremony could take place, a British arms dealer steals one half of the painting from a Taiwan museum. Customs agent Xiao Jinhan (Andy Lau) is immediately called in to retrieve the stolen painting just as Japanese smuggler Yamamoto (Tong Dawei) aims to steal the other half from a Zhejiang museum. The half in Zhejiang is protected by Jinhan's insurance investigator wife Yuyan (Zhang Jingchu), who doesn't know her husband's real occupation. With the mysterious Lisa (Lin Chi Ling) playing both sides, who will come out on top and put the painting back together again?

Note: This edition features the 122-minute Mainland China theatrical cut. It is ten minutes longer than the Hong Kong theatrical cut.

This edition includes making of and trailers.

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Product Title: Switch (2013) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version) 天機.富春山居圖 (2013) (DVD) (香港版) 天机.富春山居图 (2013) (DVD) (香港版) 天機.富春山居圖 (2013) (DVD) (香港版) Switch (2013) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)
Artist Name(s): Andy Lau (Actor) | Zhang Jing Chu (Actor) | Lin Chi Ling (Actor) | Tong Da Wei (Actor) | Zhang Guang Bei (Actor) | Shi Tian Qi (Actor) | AisinGioro Qixing (Actor) | Vanessa Wang (Actor) | Siqin Gaowa (Actor) 劉 德華 (Actor) | 張 靜初 (Actor) | 林志玲 (Actor) | 佟 大為 (Actor) | 張光北 (Actor) | 石天琦 (Actor) | 愛新覺羅啟星 (Actor) | 王 曼妮 (Actor) | 斯琴高娃 (Actor) 刘 德华 (Actor) | 张 静初 (Actor) | 林志玲 (Actor) | 佟 大为 (Actor) | 张光北 (Actor) | 石天琦 (Actor) | 爱新觉罗启星 (Actor) | 王 曼妮 (Actor) | 斯琴高娃 (Actor) 劉徳華 (アンディ・ラウ) (Actor) | 張静初(チャン・ジンチュウ) (Actor) | 林志玲 (リン・チーリン) (Actor) | 佟大為 (トン・ダーウェイ) (Actor) | Zhang Guang Bei (Actor) | Shi Tian Qi (Actor) | 愛新覚羅啓星(アイシンチュエロ・チーシン) (Actor) | Vanessa Wang (Actor) | 斯琴高娃(スーチン・ガオワー) (Actor) 유덕화 (Actor) | Zhang Jing Chu (Actor) | Lin Chi Ling (Actor) | Tong Da Wei (Actor) | Zhang Guang Bei (Actor) | Shi Tian Qi (Actor) | AisinGioro Qixing (Actor) | Vanessa Wang (Actor) | Siqin Gaowa (Actor)
Director: Sun Jian Jun 孫 健君 孙 健君 Sun Jian Jun Sun Jian Jun
Release Date: 2013-08-16
Language: Cantonese, Mandarin
Subtitles: English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese
Place of Origin: China
Picture Format: NTSC What is it?
Aspect Ratio: 1.78 : 1
Widescreen Anamorphic: Yes
Sound Information: Dolby Digital 5.1
Disc Format(s): DVD
Region Code: 3 - South East Asia (including Hong Kong, S. Korea and Taiwan) What is it?
Duration: 122 (mins)
Publisher: Intercontinental Video (HK)
Package Weight: 120 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1033854132

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* 特別收錄:
1. 預告片
2. 製作特輯

原裝足本 122 分鐘(比香港上映版本多 10 分鐘)


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Average Customer Rating for this Edition: Customer Review Rated Bad 1 - 1 out of 10 (2)

Kevin Kennedy
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July 27, 2014

Switch it off Customer Review Rated Bad 2 - 2 out of 10

Well, okay, "Switch" may be lacking a few things, like an intelligible plot, any characters one cares about, or a semblance of wit. The story, such as it is, has to do with a multitude of art thieves seeking to steal the two scrolls of a treasured Chinese painting and the efforts of customs agent Andy Lau (looking seriously emaciated; feed this guy!) and his insurance exec wife Zhang Jingchu to protect said painting. Why should you care about the fate of this painting? Trust me, you won't.

"Switch" is all about razzle-dazzle stunt work, loud pyrotechnics, inexplicable technologies, clever visual images, and flashy editing. In that, it succeeds. But this movie is all dressed up with nowhere to go. At times, "Switch" becomes unintentionally hilarious, as when Andy shrugs off bullet wounds as if they were mosquito bites, when someone -- for the third time in the movie!!! -- pulls off a rubber mask to reveal their true identity, when the great actress Siqin Gaowa shows up looking like a chubby-cheeked Morticia Adams knock-off, or when Andy screams at a Japanese villain to "Say 'Sorry'" in such heavily accented English that no one could possibly understand him.

The best way to watch "Switch" is simply to turn down the sound, turn off the subtitles, and let the stylish images wash over you. Trying to make sense of the story just isn't worth the effort.
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don't bother Customer Review Rated Bad 0 - 0 out of 10
this is more an artsy film than a film with substance, it's all over the place that it is not making sense, and Andy Lau is just very 'flat' throughout.. and a lot of 'sub-stories' that isn't relevent. I would suggest don't but this and save the $.
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