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Full Contact (1992) Ringo Lam

Full Contact (1992) aka Xia dao Gao Fei
Genre: Action | Crime 
Country: Hong Kong | Director: Ringo Lam
Language: Cantonese | Subtitles: English (.srt file)
Aspect ratio: Widescreen 1.85:1 | Length: 94mn
Dvdrip H264 Mkv - 800x424 - 25fps - 1.74gb
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0105851/

Includes Audio Commentary with
Bey Logan & Gary Daniels (Second audio track)

In an effort to get his buddy out of a gambling debt, Jeff agrees to join forces with Judge in a weapons heist. The job goes bad and Judge betrays Jeff. Jeff plots the ultimate revenge on Judge and his followers and it is a question of whether he can follow through with his plan.

Action films are a dime a dozen. Many really suck. A few stand out. Of all the action fims I've ever seen in my life, this one held me as much as any not directed by John Woo. The gun battle toward the end of the film is exhilarating. Any action fan that thinks "Matrix-style" slow motion bullets are the end-all, be-all of effects should check "bulletride" effect at the end of this film. And to its amazing credit, this film was made without the help of Hollywood digital effects. I haven't even mentioned CHOW YUN-FAT. He is AWESOME in this film. The man is as bad-ass as Mel Gibson any day. "Full Contact" is based on the same book as "PayBack." Let me tell you this film runs ring around payback in areas of acting, directing, violence and coolness. There is no substitute for Chow Yun-Fat. If you're dying for a style filled actioner and have exhausted your John Woo collection, then check out "Full Contact."

Full Contact (1992)

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1 Response to "Full Contact (1992) Ringo Lam"

  1. Forgot to thank you for this underrated and underappreciated (at least IMO) gem...any film with Simon Yam, Anthony Wong AND Chow Yun-Fat is worth at least a look, and this lives up to that promise and then some

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