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Watch Shi tu xing zhe 2: Die ying xing dong

Shi tu xing zhe 2: Die ying xing dong is a movie starring Louis Koo, Nick Cheung, and Francis Ng. After they uncover evidence that there is corruption in the police force, three police officers in Hong Kong try to discover which of...

Genres
Action, Thriller, Crime
Director
Jazz Boon
Starring
Nick Cheung, Louis Koo, Peiyao Jiang, Francis Ng

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Product details

Genres Action, Thriller, Crime
Director Jazz Boon
Writer Cat Kwan
Stars Nick Cheung, Louis Koo, Peiyao Jiang, Francis Ng
Country China, Hong Kong, Myanmar
Also Known As 使徒行者2:谍影行动, 使徒行者2, Line Walker 2, Line Walker 2: Invisible Spy, 使徒行者2:諜影行動, Sứ Mệnh Nội Gián 2
Runtime 1 h 38 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description After they uncover evidence that there is corruption in the police force, three police officers in Hong Kong try to discover which of them can be trusted.

Top reviews

Thursday, 30 Jul 2020 07:23

Before I begin, let me say I am a massive fan of action movies. I love them and I will go to any lengths to see the latest movie of any of the action stars. I am a fan of Sammo Hung and he was always the character I liked most in movies. He is the absolute perfect action hero. He is the man. When I read that he was starring in a Chinese film, I wasn't sure if I would watch it or not. However, after seeing it, I was blown away. This movie is very similar to one of the best action films of all time, "The Matrix." The difference between these two movies is that "The Matrix" was a great movie and "Shi tu xing zhe 2" is very good. It is also different from the action stars of "The Matrix" because it is not a story about a Neo that is fighting for freedom. This film is about an assassin and it has great action sequences that would make Lee Child proud. But what makes the action in this film so great is that the fight sequences are not all hand to hand combat, they are all around the car chase. The director also has the wonderful ability to use almost all of the action stars in the film in a way that would make them look really good. It is amazing to see Sammo and Jackie fighting. The scenes are almost like a boxing match, except there is no punching and no leg kicks. It is very well shot and I thought the fight sequences were very well done. I have to say that the director is very talented and he has a very good way of making the fight sequences look very good. I was very impressed with this movie. I was also impressed with the ending. It is very dramatic and tragic. It is very powerful and powerful. This movie is very well done and it is definitely one of the best films of the year. It is the best martial arts movie I have ever seen. I give this movie a B-.
Saturday, 13 Jun 2020 01:36

The first film in the Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon series has been much hyped and hyped up and was quite a few years in the making. So much so that I even managed to track down a copy. It is great to see a film from the series getting the release it deserves. It is also great to see a director go back to the beginning of the series. It was almost thirty years ago that Bruce Lee and Wing Chun were in the spotlight, so much so that the entire world was divided in the cliches of the two styles. One has a more consistent, realistic fighting style while the other was considered the more innovative style. In the years since, the public has also taken notice and is even more appreciative of the fighting styles. After seeing the first film, I thought I knew exactly what to expect from the sequels. I was wrong. In fact, the first film was so much different than the other films that I wasn't even sure if it was a sequel or a prequel. I have to say that this film was much more of a prequel than the other films. I think that this is because the first film had to really explain everything to the audience. The second film was able to go into a bit more depth, but only in a secondary, secondary character. This film also had a smaller cast than the other films. The smaller cast gave it a bigger feel. The story wasn't as intricate as the previous films, but it still had a lot of things to cover. The story is actually pretty simple and there isn't much that is going to get your eyes rolling. The story does go into a bit more detail with the martial arts and there are a lot more references to the previous films. The characters are also a lot more developed and more people are getting to act. For a lot of the characters, I feel like I could relate to them better than I did in the previous films. The first film was really about the friendship between the two main characters. The second film was about them having to come together to take down the Red Dragon. There is also a lot more energy in the film. There is more action and more energy is flowing throughout the film. There is also a lot more dialogue in the film. The most notable is the final fight between the Red Dragon and Kato. It is a very energetic fight. Overall, the second film is a lot more action and energy packed. The second film is definitely a better film than the first one. The first film, despite being a bit of a prequel, was still good. I think that the second film has much more energy and energy is flowing throughout the film. The second film is definitely better than the first film. Overall, I feel like the second film is better than the first one, but the first film was good. I think the second film is better than the first film, but the first film was good.
Monday, 04 May 2020 06:24

In a world where most of the world has been reduced to slums and squalor, a petty criminal makes his home in the city's streets, where he lives in a high-rise apartment, alone and on his own, after a personal tragedy. When a crime is committed in the area and the police is not willing to investigate, he turns to the underworld to settle the matter. He is recruited by a young, beautiful girl named Gong Li, and after a hard training and survival training, he is recruited by the criminal underworld, as a sharpshooter. One night he is captured by the police and taken to a dark and scary prison. A violent experience in the prison is the start of a long struggle. One night his time in prison comes to an end and he is released from prison, but is forced to undergo another intense training and fight the criminal underworld. When he is released from prison, he finds a girl he loves, and begins a love affair with her. The girl's sister has been kidnapped by the criminal underworld, and he tries to rescue her. The story line is very typical, and is very predictable. The action sequences are spectacular, the fights are fast, and the acting is OK. The cinematography is good, but the music is not very good, and it is a very typical kung-fu movie, and I did not enjoy the musical score. The ending is very cliche, and the heroine's revenge is not very interesting. It is a good movie, but nothing spectacular, especially in comparison to other martial arts movies. The fights are spectacular, but nothing extraordinary. It is not a bad movie, but it is not very memorable.


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