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Wolf Warriors (2015) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) VCD

Wu Jing (Director, Actor) | Yu Nan (Actor) | Kevin Lee (Actor) | Ni Da Hong (Actor)
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Wolf Warriors (2015) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Almost six years after Legendary Assassin, martial arts champion Wu Jing makes a return to the director's chair in the high-octane actioner Wolf Warriors. The thrilling film has made a massive impression on Chinese audiences, and is currently the seventh highest grossing film of 2015 in China.

In addition to directing, Wu Jing also stars in the movie as Leng Feng, an expert sniper in the Chinese Special Forces who's all too willing to bend the rules. After he defies orders and shoots drug kingpin Wu Ji, he's sent packing by his superior. Thankfully, highly skilled men with a penchant for stepping outside the box are exactly what the elite Wolf Warrior unit looks for in a recruit, and it quickly snaps Leng Feng up. Working under the unit's commander Long Xiao Yun (Yu Nan, No Man's Land), Leng Feng is soon deployed to join his fellow Wolf Warriors in a war simulation exercise against his old platoon. However, the soldiers find themselves under attack from a band of mercenaries led by ex-Navy Seal Tomcat (Scott Adkins, The Legend of Hercules), who has been hired by the brother of the slain Wu Ji.

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Product Title: Wolf Warriors (2015) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) 戰狼 (2015) (VCD) (香港版) 战狼 (2015) (VCD) (香港版) 戰狼 (2015) (VCD) (香港版) Wolf Warriors (2015) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
Also known as: 特種兵之戰狼 / 兵鋒 特种兵之战狼 / 兵锋
Artist Name(s): Wu Jing (Actor) | Yu Nan (Actor) | Kevin Lee (Actor) | Ni Da Hong (Actor) | Scott Adkins (Actor) | Shi Zhao Qi (Actor) | Ru Ping (Actor) | Guo Guang Ping (Actor) | Zhou Xiao Ou (Actor) | Deng Zi Yi (Actor) 吳京 (Actor) | 余男 (Actor) | Kevin Lee (Actor) | 倪 大紅 (Actor) | 史考特艾金斯 (Actor) | 石兆琪 (Actor) | 茹萍 (Actor) | 郭廣平 (Actor) | 周曉鷗 (Actor) | 鄧紫衣 (Actor) 吴京 (Actor) | 余男 (Actor) | Kevin Lee (Actor) | 倪 大红 (Actor) | 史考特艾金斯 (Actor) | 石兆琪 (Actor) | 茹萍 (Actor) | 郭广平 (Actor) | 周晓鸥 (Actor) | 邓紫衣 (Actor) 呉京(ウー・ジン) (Actor) | 余男(ユー・ナン) (Actor) | Kevin Lee (Actor) | 倪大紅(ニー・ダーホン) (Actor) | スコット・アドキンス (Actor) | Shi Zhao Qi (Actor) | Ru Ping (Actor) | Guo Guang Ping (Actor) | Zhou Xiao Ou (Actor) | Deng Zi Yi (Actor) Wu Jing (Actor) | Yu Nan (Actor) | Kevin Lee (Actor) | Ni Da Hong (Actor) | Scott Adkins (Actor) | Shi Zhao Qi (Actor) | Ru Ping (Actor) | Guo Guang Ping (Actor) | Zhou Xiao Ou (Actor) | Deng Zi Yi (Actor)
Director: Wu Jing 吳京 吴京 呉京(ウー・ジン) Wu Jing
Release Date: 2015-06-19
Language: English, Mandarin
Subtitles: Traditional Chinese
Place of Origin: China
Disc Format(s): VCD
Rating: IIB
Duration: 90 (mins)
Publisher: Panorama (HK)
Package Weight: 100 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1043953252

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Director / Actor: Wu Jing

A Chinese special force soldier with extraordinary marksmanship is confronted by a group of deadly foreign mercenaries who are hired to assassinate him by a vicious drug lord.
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Professional Review of "Wolf Warriors (2015) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)"

July 20, 2015

This professional review refers to Wolf Warriors (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
Ever since his breakthrough role in Hong Kong action classic SPL back in 2005, Wu Jing has been referred to by many as the next big thing in martial arts cinema, without quite managing to take the final step into the top league populated by the likes of Donnie Yen. The past ten years have seen the former real life champion keeping himself busy, including making his own directorial debut in 2008 with Legendary Assassin. Wu now returns to directing with Wolf Warriors, which he also co-scripted, a 3D war themed actioner which proved hugely popular in Mainland China, emerging as one of the biggest films of 2015 to date.

Jing himself headlines as Leng Feng, the film opening with him as a top sniper in a Chinese Special Forces squad, who angers his superiors after ignoring orders and killing a drug kingpin called Wu Ji. Luckily for him his headstrong behavior and considerable skills catch the eye of the elite Wolf Warrior unit, and soon enough Leng finds himself recruited and reporting to its attractive female commander Long Xiao Yun (Yu Nan, No Man’s Land). His first operation comes in the form of a war games exercise which pits him against his former comrades and officer (Shi Zhaoqi, Million Dollar Crocodile), leading to the expected rivalry and posturing. The danger level is notched up when a gang of ruthless mercenaries headed by ex-Navy Seal Tom Cat (western star Scott Adkins, who has appeared in a variety of both Asian and Hollywood films, including the recent The Legend of Hercules) turn up, targeting Leng Feng on the orders of Wu Ji’s vengeful brother and fellow drug lord Min Peng (Ni Dahong, The Assassins).

Unsurprisingly, Wolf Warriors is pretty much non-stop action from start to finish, and Wu Jing keeps the set pieces coming thick and fast as the film sprints through its short hour and a half running time. What is surprising, especially given Wu’s background and the presence of Scott Adkins, is the fact that the film features only minimal martial arts or fisticuffs, sticking almost entirely to gun battles and sniper shootouts. There’s nothing wrong with this of course, and Wu, backed by veteran choreographer Li Chung Chi (whose career has seen him work on early Jackie Chan films through to Ip Man: the Final Fight) handles the action very well, and though not terribly original, the film is suitably exciting and impressively-staged. While rather videogame style at times, the violence does have a reasonable amount of impact, boasting a high body count and plenty of CGI blood, and with lots of amusingly gratuitous background explosions adding an enjoyably bombastic and old school air.

The film is considerably less assured away from its action scenes, though thankfully in a way which at least some viewers will likely find unintentionally amusing, Wu throwing in countless nationalistic touches and patriotic speeches throughout, so much so that the film at times verges on spoofery, resembling Team America in its fervor to extoll the virtues of China and to praise its manly soldiers. Some fairly awful acting also helps up the comedy value, Wu turning in a hilariously over the top performance in the lead and Adkins and others gnashing their way through some laughably bizarre dialogue. While action films are often thin on plot, Wu actually does attempt to pack in plenty of narrative detail here - sadly, none of it makes any sense whatsoever, from the inherent lack of sense in the mercenaries’ plan, through to odd touches like an anti-Chinese virus and other surreal details. It’s all very daft and hard to take seriously as a result, though luckily in a way which entertains rather than grates, and wisely Wu doesn’t seem to have been taking things seriously in the least.

Wolf Warriors is all very macho and vaguely vulgar though, more importantly, it’s also a lot of fun, and despite the lack of martial arts there’s plenty for fans of Wu Jing or over the top action films to enjoy. Though what it says about Wu as a director is anyone’s guess, approached in the right frame of mind it offers a brisk burst of old school carnage, peppered with moments of accidental humor.

by James Mudge -

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