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The Four 2 (DVD) (Korea Version)
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The wuxia epic continues in the second installment of The Four trilogy, Gordon Chan's adaptation of Wen Ruian's popular novels which blends fantasy, 3D effects and martial arts. Returning in less than a year after the first film, The Four II stars the original cast of Anthony Wong, Crystal Liu, Deng Chao, Collin Chou and Ronald Cheng as the famed detectives of the Divine Constabulary that aims to solve crimes around town. Tightly connected to the first part, the sequel begins with the murder of Emotionless's family and ends in a cliffhanger that makes you anxiously await the concluding episode.

The four constables Emotionless (Crystal Liu Yifei), Iron Hands (Collin Chou), Life Snatcher (Ronald Cheng) and Cold Blood (Deng Chao), who dedicate their skills to the service of Master Zhuge (Anthony Wong), come hand in hand to investigate the murder case of Emotionless's family 15 years ago. Their search for the killer will unearth secrets and grudges that pull them apart.

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Product Title: The Four 2 (DVD) (Korea Version) 四大名捕 II (DVD) (韓國版) 四大名捕 II (DVD) (韩国版) 四大名捕 II (DVD) (韓国版) 사대명포 2 (DVD) (한국판)
Artist Name(s): Ronald Cheng (Actor) | Anthony Wong | Collin Chou (Actor) | Sheren Teng | Eddie Cheung | Tang Zhi Ping | Crystal Liu (Actor) | Cheng Tai Shen | Bao Bei Er | Cao Bing Kun | Wu Xiu Bo | Gordon Chan | Liu Yan | Deng Chao (Actor) | Yu Cheng Hui | Kwong Man Wai | Jiang Yi Yan | Janet Chun 鄭中基 (Actor) | 黃 秋生 | 鄒 兆龍 (Actor) | 鄧萃雯 | 張兆輝 | 唐治平 | 劉亦菲 (Actor) | 成泰燊 | 包貝爾 | 曹炳琨 | 吳秀波 | 陳 嘉上 | 柳岩 | 鄧超 (Actor) | 于承惠 | 鄺文偉 | 江一燕 | 秦 小珍 郑中基 (Actor) | 黄 秋生 | 邹 兆龙 (Actor) | 邓萃雯 | 张兆辉 | 唐治平 | 刘亦菲 (Actor) | 成泰燊 | 包贝尔 | 曹炳琨 | 吴秀波 | 陈 嘉上 | 柳岩 | 邓超 (Actor) | 于承惠 | 邝文伟 | Jiang Yi Yan | 秦 小珍 鄭中基(ロナルド・チェン) (Actor) | 黄秋生 (アンソニー・ウォン) | 鄒兆龍(コリン・チョウ) (Actor) | 鄧萃雯 (シェレン・タン) | 張兆輝(チョン・シウファイ) | Tang Zhi Ping | 劉亦菲(リウ・イーフェイ) (Actor) | 成泰燊 (チェン・タイシェン) | バオ・ベイアル | Cao Bing Kun | 吳秀波(ウー・シウボー) | 陳嘉上(ゴードン・チャン) | 柳岩 (リュウ・イエン) | 鄧超 (タン・チャオ)   (Actor) | 于承惠(ユー・チェンホェイ)、 | Kwong Man Wai | 江一燕(ジャン・イーイェン) | Janet Chun Ronald Cheng (Actor) | Anthony Wong | Collin Chou (Actor) | Sheren Teng | Eddie Cheung | Tang Zhi Ping | Crystal Liu (Actor) | Cheng Tai Shen | Bao Bei Er | Cao Bing Kun | Wu Xiu Bo | 진가상 | Liu Yan | Deng Chao (Actor) | Yu Cheng Hui | Kwong Man Wai | Jiang Yi Yan | Janet Chun
Release Date: 2014-04-29
Subtitles: English, Korean, Simplified Chinese
Picture Format: NTSC What is it?
Disc Format(s): DVD
Region Code: 3 - South East Asia (including Hong Kong, S. Korea and Taiwan) What is it?
Publisher: Candle Media
Other Information: 1-Disc
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1035512507

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사대명포 2 (DVD) (한국판)

*Screen Format: 2.35:1 Anamorphic Widescreen
*Sound Mix: Chinese Dolby Digital 5.1

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Professional Review of "The Four 2 (DVD) (Korea Version)"

May 29, 2014

This professional review refers to The Four II (2013) (Blu-ray) (3D) (Hong Kong Version)
The Divine Constabulary are back in the awkwardly titled The Four 2 with director Gordon Chan serving up more fantasy martial arts and mystery in the second part of a planned trilogy based on the novels by Wen Ruian. Like its predecessor, the film is a big budget blockbuster, short in 3D and featuring an avalanche of special effects and computer enhanced action, continuing the story of Emotionless (Crystal Liu Yifei, The Assassins), Iron Hands (Collin Chou, Special ID), Life Snatcher (Ronald Cheng, Vulgaria) and Cold Blood (Deng Chao, American Dreams in China) as they come up against new and old foes and confront their own troubled pasts.

Led by Master Zhuge (the legendary Anthony Wong), the Divine Constabulary are called in to investigate a series of murders and massacres, with links to the slaughter of Emotionless' own family some 15 years back. Butting heads again with Department Six, they find their bonds and trust in each other tested as deceptions and past secrets are revealed, with double agent Cold Hands caught up in a love triangle of sorts with Emotionless and ruthless rival Ji Yaohua (Jiang Yiyan, The Conspirators). Meanwhile, the defeated villain from the first film, An Shigeng (Wu Xiubo, Finding Mr. Right), lives on, now connected to a tree(!), and his father puts in motion a plan to turn the constables against each other and frame them for dreadful crimes.

Though, The Four 2 starts off with a helpful summary of earlier events, it's definitely a good idea to have seen the first film (recently if possible), as it's very much the middle segment of a trilogy, featuring continuing character arcs, subplots and schemes. Without knowing how much of Wen Ruian's writing has been successfully transplanted to the screen, there's certainly a lot going on here, and the script packs in a relatively complicated, if at times confusing string of murders, character reversals and past secrets. To his credit, Gordon Chan is clearly attempting to anchor the narrative and action with strong characters, and this generally works well, at least on an entertainingly soap opera style level, the four constables and their various relationships, loves and hates making for fun viewing.

This time around, the film for the most part focuses on Crystal Liu Yifei's Emotionless and Deng Chao's Cold Blood, both of who are fine - the other members of the group are largely relegated to supporting players, which is a bit of a shame, Anthony Wong and Ronald Cheng in particular not having much to do. This aside, though it's never exactly emotional, the film does engage, in an old fashioned martial arts fantasy nonsense kind of way, and the inevitable cliff-hanger ending sets up the final part of the trilogy in decent fashion.

The film is first and foremost a big, blustering special effects heavy blockbuster, and so unsurprisingly the characters do frequently take a back seat to the action, of which there's a great deal. Chan constructs much of the story around the set pieces, though thankfully these for the most part are pretty spectacular and well-choreographed, with some solid use of computer effects - much of the screen appears to have been shot green screen, though since there's no pretence of realism or grittiness this is never really a problem. While there are a few bizarrely shoddy moments peppered throughout, the production values are excellent, and the film is very much on a level with Hollywood in this regard, succeeding as a piece of popcorn event cinema.

In this, The Four 2 is very much indicative of the direction being taken by commercial mainstream Chinese film, basing itself on the western production style and drawing on local source material and audience demands. The results are above average for this sort of thing, and though by no means an essential trilogy or one likely to be much remembered, Gordon Chan's franchise continues to prove entertaining in its own overblown way.

by James Mudge -

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