Young And Dangerous: Reloaded (2013) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version) DVD Region 3
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Many other characters from the Young and Dangerous world appear in Reloaded, including rocker Paul Wong as righteous branch leader Brother Bee, Sin Lap Man as Hung Hing head Chiang Tin Sun, Denise Ho as Sister Thirteen and Philip Ng, also the action director of the film, as Big Head. Alex Man reprises his Young and Dangerous 4 role as Chiang Tin Sun's brother Chiang Tin Yeung. Young and Dangerous: Reloaded is directed by Daniel Chan, who also directed the 2012 gangster film Triad.
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|Artist Name(s):||Him Law (Actor) | Paul Wong (Actor) | Oscar Leung (Actor) | Sammy Sum (Actor) | Hu Ran (Actor) | Lin Zi Shan (Actor) | Philip Ng (Actor) | Dominic Ho (Actor) | Alex Man (Actor) | Sin Lap Man (Actor) | Timmy Hung (Actor) | Winnie Leung (Actor) | Wong Sue Tong (Actor) | Denise Ho (Actor) | Felix Lok (Actor) | Jacqueline Chong (Actor) | Kimmy Tong Fei (Actor) | Simon Lui (Actor) | Tam Bing Man (Actor) | Cowman (Actor) | Poon Yuen Leung (Actor) | Lun Yu Guo (Actor) | Jim Chim (Actor) | Bob Lam (Actor) 羅仲謙 (Actor) | 黃貫中 (Actor) | 梁烈唯 (Actor) | 沈 震軒 (Actor) | 胡然 (Actor) | 林 子善 (Actor) | 伍 允龍 (Actor) | 何 浩文 (Actor) | 萬梓良 (Actor) | 單立文 (Actor) | 洪天明 (Actor) | 梁敏儀 (Actor) | 黃樹棠 (Actor) | 何 韻詩 (Actor) | 駱應鈞 (Actor) | 莊 思敏 (Actor) | 童菲 (Actor) | 雷宇揚 (Actor) | 譚炳文 (Actor) | 牛佬 (Actor) | 潘源良 (Actor) | 倫裕國 (Actor) | 詹瑞文 (Actor) | 林盛斌 (Actor) 罗仲谦 (Actor) | 黄贯中 (Actor) | 梁烈唯 烈唯 (Actor) | 沈 震轩 (Actor) | 胡然 (Actor) | 林 子善 (Actor) | 伍 允龙 (Actor) | 何 浩文 (Actor) | 万梓良 (Actor) | 单立文 (Actor) | 洪天明 (Actor) | 梁敏仪 (Actor) | 黄树棠 (Actor) | 何 韵诗 (Actor) | 骆应钧 (Actor) | 庄 思敏 (Actor) | 童菲 (Actor) | 雷宇扬 (Actor) | 谭炳文 (Actor) | 牛佬 (Actor) | 潘源良 (Actor) | 伦裕国 (Actor) | 詹瑞文 (Actor) | 林盛斌 (Actor) Him Law (Actor) | 黄貫中（ポール・ウォン） (Actor) | Oscar Leung (Actor) | Sammy Sum (Actor) | Hu Ran (Actor) | Lin Zi Shan (Actor) | Philip Ng (Actor) | Dominic Ho (Actor) | 萬梓良（アレックス・マン） (Actor) | 單立文（シン・ラッマン） (Actor) | 洪天明（ティミー・ハン） (Actor) | 梁敏儀 （ウィニー・リョン） (Actor) | 黄樹棠（ウォン・シュートン） (Actor) | 何韻詩 （デニス・ホー） (Actor) | Felix Lok (Actor) | 莊思敏（ジャクリーン・チョン） (Actor) | Kimmy Tong Fei (Actor) | 雷宇楊（ルイ・ユーヨン） (Actor) | 譚［火丙］文（タム・ビンマン） (Actor) | Cowman (Actor) | 潘源良 （プーン・ユンリョン） (Actor) | Lun Yu Guo (Actor) | 詹瑞文（ジム・チム） (Actor) | 林盛斌（リン・シェンビン） (Actor) 나중겸 (Actor) | Paul Wong (Actor) | Oscar Leung (Actor) | Sammy Sum (Actor) | Hu Ran (Actor) | Lin Zi Shan (Actor) | Philip Ng (Actor) | Dominic Ho (Actor) | Alex Man (Actor) | Sin Lap Man (Actor) | Timmy Hung (Actor) | Winnie Leung (Actor) | Wong Sue Tong (Actor) | Denise Ho (Actor) | Felix Lok (Actor) | Jacqueline Chong (Actor) | Kimmy Tong Fei (Actor) | Simon Lui (Actor) | Tam Bing Man (Actor) | Cowman (Actor) | Poon Yuen Leung (Actor) | Lun Yu Guo (Actor) | Jim Chim (Actor) | Bob Lam (Actor)|
|Director:||Daniel Chan 陳 翊恆 陈 翊恒 Daniel Chan Daniel Chan|
|Producer:||Man Chuen | Wong Jing 文雋 | 王晶 文隽 | 王晶 文雋（マンフレッド・ウォン） | 王晶 （バリー・ウォン） Man Chuen | Wong Jing|
|Subtitles:||English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese|
|Place of Origin:||Hong Kong|
|Picture Format:||NTSC What is it?|
|Aspect Ratio:||1.78 : 1, Widescreen|
|Sound Information:||Dolby Digital 5.1|
|Disc Format(s):||DVD, DVD-5|
|Region Code:||3 - South East Asia (including Hong Kong, S. Korea and Taiwan) What is it?|
|Publisher:||Y2K Vision Limited|
|Package Weight:||120 (g)|
|Shipment Unit:||1 What is it?|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1033510761|
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On a dark night in Mongkok, May the cousin of Dai Tin-Yee (Dominic Ho), was gang-raped to death by Med King and his men. The furious Tin-Yee, together with his buddies, Ho-Nam (Him Law), Chicken (Oscar Leung), Pou-Pan (Jazz Lam) tracked down Med King to aavenge May’s darth. As Med King was under the wing of Ugly Kwan (Sammy Sum), a leader of the Hung Hing triad, Kwaan gave orders to get rid of Ho-Nam by all means.
In the desperation of Ho-Nam and his friends beign attacked one after another, they sought help from Uncle Bee (Paul Wong), in hope that they could join under his wing, which kicked off their gangster life. Ho-Nam was assigned to be the bodyguard of a billionaire’s daughter Lorraine Lam (Michelle Hu). He had made an impression on Lorraine. Meanwhile, Anna (Winnie Leung), the girlfriend of the boss of Hung Hing, Chiang (Pal Sinn), and Kwan were having an affair and planned to get rid of Chiang.
How did Bee fall into Anna and Ugly Kwan’s trap which led to the tragic death of his entire family? Could Ho-Nam avenge Bee’s death finally? Would HO-Nam and Lorraine have a happy ending?
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The Triads are back in Young and Dangerous: Reloaded which sees producers Wong Jing and Manfred Wong returning to the hugely popular series following the fortunes of good looking gang upstarts. Though their quality might have been variable, the original films really were for many one of the standouts of 1990s Hong Kong genre cinema, the first instalment back in 1996 having been directed by Andrew Lau (Infernal Affairs) and having helped skyrocket the career of Ekin Cheng, along with co-stars Jordan Chan, Francis Ng, Gigi Lai and Simon Yam. And so, it shouldn't be too much of a surprise that more than 15 years and some 10 (at last count) sequels and spin-offs later, a reboot now arrives, directed by Daniel Chan, who recently also dabbled with gang action in Triad attempting to revisit the formula for a new generation.
Taking on the all-important lead role is Him Law (Hong Kong Ghost Stories) as Chan Ho Nam, who along with buddies as Chicken (TVB actor Oscar Leung, Natural Born Lovers), Pou Pan (Lam Chi Sin, Beach Spike) and Dai Tin Yee (Dominic Ho, Triad) joins the Hung Hing Triad society to help them get by on the streets. Taken under the wing of the righteous sub boss Brother Bee (rocker Paul Wong), the boys start to rise up the ranks, though run into troubles when the villainous Ugly Kwan (Sammy Shum, Lan Kwai Fong 2) makes a ruthless bid for the gang leadership.
Young and Dangerous: Reloaded plays out exactly as expected, and for some viewers this will be a very good thing. Daniel Chan's Triad aside, there's been a distinct lack of Hong Kong gang films on the market for some time now, possibly due to Mainland influences, and so for fans of the old school, a return to the popular series and style is welcome indeed. This wins the film quite a considerable bit of good will, enough so to overlook the fact that it's an entirely formulaic affair that, whether judged as a remake, reboot or revisioning follows the usual Triad plot to the very letter, from its gang politics and themes of brotherhood right through to Ho Nam's relationship with sweet natured rich girl Lorraine (Michelle Hu). The film is nothing if not predictable, though thankfully it feels pleasantly familiar rather than simply derivative, and as if Chan had tackled the subject with a degree of enthusiasm, focusing on what made the originals so fun in the first place.
There are changes, of course, most notably the fact that Ho Nam and his friends are a considerably nicer bunch than they were before, now even more dead-set on righteousness and honour, not to mention being against swearing and the over use of curse words. The film certainly has a more clear cut view of good and evil than the originals, with much less in the way of muddied morals, Ugly Kwan being a borderline pantomime villain of comical badness and Brother Bee being a virtual paragon of decency. Though a film like this doesn't necessarily require depth as such, the overtly heroic treatment of its protagonist detracts from the overall believability, and it would have benefitted from more of a gritty authenticity. This isn't helped by the fact that Him Law isn't terribly convincing in the lead role, never nailing the bad boy nuances of Ekin Cheng or managing to get across any kind of internal conflict.
Helping to distract from this is the fact that the film comfortably earns its category III rating, with a great deal of violent action throughout, choreographer and supporting cast member Philip Ng (Naked Soldier) throwing in an impressive number of brutal fight scenes and choppings. The film gets very bloody in places, and though the over use of CGI lessens the impact somewhat, it's a wild and carnage filled piece of exploitation with some nicely handled gory set pieces. Unlike the originals, the film also features a fair amount of sex and nudity, several of the male and female cast members shedding their clothes, and this gives it an at times sleazy air, which might be a good or bad thing, depending on the viewer's disposition.
This sums up Young and Dangerous: Reloaded pretty well, as it's a film which to a large extent preaches to the converted, or at least to those likely to enjoy violent, trashy Hong Kong Triad cinema. Delivering exactly as promised, whilst it's doubtful that the film will have the same impact as the much loved originals, Daniel Chan does more than enough to make the clumsily set up sequel an appealing enough prospect.
by James Mudge - BeyondHollywood.com