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7cb1d79195 Inspector Waipong Wong has to put his life and resignation from the Hong Kong police department on hold to investigate his former partner's mysterious murder. What he and his crack team of three other cops uncover is a plot far more sinister than they originally anticipated.
THE BIG HEAT is an impressive crime thriller, shot in the streets and urban spaces of Hong Kong and filled with chases, shootouts and fistfights right up until the final action climax. While it doesn&#39;t have the sheer spectacle of John Woo&#39;s HK crime films (THE KILLER, HARD-BOILED), it is consistently gripping and suspenseful and generally more believable than Woo&#39;s films (at least until the final over-the-top battle). Simple one-line-plot: four cops go after a businessman in league with smugglers after the lead cop&#39;s former partner is brutally murdered.<br/><br/>The romantic interests are expertly interspersed into the story so that they never detract from the action, but become a part of it. This is a no-nonsense film from beginning to end, with no fat and no waste. There are numerous set-pieces, such as a face-off in a hospital elevator shaft, that are so tightly shot and edited as to rank with similar scenes in the best Hollywood urban crime thrillers.<br/><br/>The stars include Waise Lee (A BULLET IN THE HEAD), as the lead cop on the case, and Joey Wang (A CHINESE GHOST STORY), as a nurse who is romanced by one of the cops. The actor playing Lee&#39;s partner is none other than Philip Kwok, a one-time kung fu star (one of the Five Venoms), who, in line with the film&#39;s more authentic action, doesn&#39;t get to do any kung fu, but instead gets to shoot, run, chase, brawl, and drive at high speeds.<br/><br/>I should point out that the film includes much brutal violence, including beatings, mutilation and gruesome deaths. It&#39;s not for the squeamish, but if you&#39;re a fan of gritty, down-and-dirty crime thrillers, this DVD is for you.
Hong Kong cop Wai-Pong &quot;John&quot; Wong (Lee) has been having nightmares about his right hand. He&#39;s worried it will cramp up and be of no use should he get into a firefight and he won&#39;t be able to protect his partners Kam (Kwok), Clumsy Lun (Wong), or Malaysian cop working with them, Ong (Lo). Not to mention his wife Maggie (Mak), who he&#39;s been having troubles with lately. But Wong is going to have to put his psychological/physical issues on hold, because Hong Kong is about to be turned upside down by drug-dealing, blackmailing, ruthless gangsters that kill witnesses at the drop of a hat and want to do as much illegal activity as possible before 1997 (when HK becomes independent of British rule). This sets the stage for one of the most blood-drenched battles Hong Kong has ever seen. The heat isn&#39;t just big...it&#39;s HUGE! It&#39;s pretty easy math to do: Stylish police drama + Hong Kong + The 80&#39;s + GORE scenes = complete and total winner! We believe this movie&#39;s under-the-radar status, coupled with its being credited to not less than THREE directors, one of which is Johnnie To, another being an uncredited Tsui Hark, plus its groundbreaking uses of extreme violence, puts The Big Heat firmly in the category of cult movie. Which is saying a lot because that&#39;s one of the most misused terms out there today. Most movies deemed &quot;cult&quot; are not. We&#39;re pretty sure The Big Heat is. The title is not to be confused with the also-excelle

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