- Actores: Detective Chan Chun: Nicholas Tse, Wai King Ho: Jaycee Chan, Inspector Carson Fong Yik Wei: Shawn Yue, Tien Yeng Seng: Jacky Wu, Abuela de Ho: Lisa Lu
- Directores: Benny Chan
- Audio: Cantonés, Español
- Subtítulos: Español
- Región: Región 2 (Más información sobre Formatos de DVD.)
- Número de discos: 1
- Calificación española (ICAA): No recomendada para menores de 16 años
- Estudio: Filmax
- Fecha de lanzamiento: 27 ago 2008
- Valoración media de los clientes: 5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Ver todas las opiniones (1 opinión de cliente)
- ASIN: B0053C9XBW
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº77.697 en Películas y TV (Ver el Top 100 en Películas y TV)
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Invisible target [DVD]
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La historia de tres policías que, pese a sus divergencias morales y sus opuestas metodologías de trabajo, deben aunar fuerzas para capturar a un grupo de peligrosos atracadores. <br> <br> <br>Para el agente Chan es una cuestión de simple venganza, después de que su prometida falleciera durante el último robo de la banda a un furgón blindado; a Fong, en cambio, le mueve el orgullo, tras haber quedado en ridículo durante una dura contienda en la que fue el único superviviente, mientras que para Wai se trata de una cuestión de honor familiar, pues su hermano, también policía, desapareció mientras investigaba a la banda y se rumorea que puede haberse convertido en un traidor... <BR> <br><Br>Presentada en el Festival de Sitges 2007, Sección Orient Express...<br>
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Coregrafias buenisimas, y el malo, a el malo, este si que es bueno(peleando).
Un must have para todo amante de accion.
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The story: when a cold-hearted criminal gang (led by Jacky Wu, Fatal Contact) rises to violent prominence, three young policemen (Tse, Yue, and Chan) are driven by differing motivations to bring them down.
The film runs a surprisingly long 128 minutes. If you ask me, this is a pretty risky length for a non-epic action movie - it's too easy for a cops & robbers story to run out of steam - but its plot is enduringly captivating. Just when I thought I should be getting bored with it ('round the halfway point), the story kicks into the next gear by having the villains hijack a school bus full of children and threaten to blow them up unless the cops do their dirty work for them. Yeah, the bad guys are pretty cold here, and their actions do a great job of furthering the story, but aside from Jacky Wu's character, I'm afraid they don't have a lot of personality to them. A bit of a John Woo-esque honor-among-thieves sort of thing, sure, but the heroes are uncharacteristically more interesting than the villains this time around. The naiveté of Jaycee Chan's character contrasts well to the pessimism and bitterness of his cohorts and makes for some surprisingly dramatic scenes: the ones in the club and in the middle of the final showdown with Jacky Wu are almost heartbreaking for how much pain the guy endures for the sake of being a good cop, when all the rest have given up striving for the ideal.
And yes, there is quite a lot of pain to beseen. In an age of overreliance on stuntmen and excessive wire-fu, I'm pleased to say that all of the main performers seem to be pulling off their own fight scenes. There's a couple cool on-foot chase scenes featuring Philip Ng (House of Fury), but it's the five martial arts battles that - as usual - interest me more. The legendary Ken Lo (The Legend of Drunken Master) is featured in the cast but doesn't fight at all; normally, this'd be cause for dismay, but I'm utterly amazed to write that his shoes have been filled more than adequately by Jacky Wu. The skinny kid from Tai Chi II has morphed into a hell of a physical menace, combining his trademark lightning-fast moves with his character's near-invulnerability to make for an imposing physical presence. These aren't the most violent fights I've ever seen, but they are pretty damn gritty: tons of broken glass and furniture and plenty of falls from high places, with some pole-fighting later on and the heroes taking quite a beating throughout. I would've preferred slightly more balanced fights, but presenting the villains as better warriors than the protagonists helps give the flick a dramatic edge - it never seems impossible that any one of them could die after putting up their dukes.
In afterthought, the production values are very tight and the special features afforded by this edition's second disc are satisfying, giving me another reason to like the movie. This definitely isn't a flick (just) for carefree Hong Kong fans who are in it for the humor and showy kung fu forms, but rather a serious action movie with definite international appeal. Don't make this your first Dragon Dynasty purchase, but trust me that after seeing it, it probably won't be your last.
Lots of interesting situations and stunts make this movie one for every action and martial arts fan. And you get the plus of a believable storyline with a few surprising twists. I highly recommend watching the extensive additional material that is on both discs. Nothing like a behind-the-scenes view from various actors and the director, plus deleted and extended scenes. All very entertaining and well worth the price of a fancy cup of coffee!
The blu Ray DVD itself is beautifully presented with a clear, sharp picture and speaking of explosive ... sound that will blow you out of the room. The Extras include scenes cut from the final production, a detailed commentary by the actors and director Benny Chan, and a behind the scenes look at exactly how all the chaos and martial arts were filmed. Stunt doubles were not used in this film, and the result is many bits of business that you will want to view more than once, and with the Blu Ray disc you can.
Overall, if you're a fan of martial arts/action movies, you'll love this!!
It only excels and continues throught out the picture and while it is over 2 hours the time goes by and the action continues. With several fights between the main characters and the villian who's a couple notches above the heroes and gives it to them on every occasion. It feels like the actors/actresses had a great time doing this movie as it shows throughout with all the energy and back story. You should also check the special features on the dvd for some deleted and extended scenes of note that didnt make it into the final product.
But overall this one is worth the price of admission and then some. It might not be the best out there. But the folks at Dragon Dynasty know how to make a slamfest, knockout action movie.
Invisible Target hits the mark!!