Outlaw Brothers (1990)

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Follows the exploits of two car thieves, and the female police officer who is on their trail.


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  • Yukari Ôshima in Outlaw Brothers (1990)
  • Yukari Ôshima in Outlaw Brothers (1990)
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Director:

Frankie Chan

Writer:

Barry Wong

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13 January 2003 | ngr_82
10
| Great!!!
This film have some of the best fighting by my favorite actress Yukari Oshima.Starts with Frankie Chan and Max Mok chased by a group of security guards led by Fung Hak Oon when they tried to steal a "Posche"...Frankie Chan fights Fung Huk Oon with some 70's type of fighting style.Yukari Oshima came in next as a tough Policewoman,beating the hell out of the boss and workers of the "Illegal Car Company".After a few scenes on Yukari checking on Frankie's background,both of them team up to fight some of the earlier thugs returning for revenge.This fight is fill with humor elements...:)at the same time so intense.Last came the final fight where Yukari fights Vincent Lyn,followed by Mark Houghten...Frankie vs Jeff Falcon then Mark Hougthen and Yukari vs Jeff Falcon.The fight scenes are all very well done,neat and really cool...8)Also some weaponwork where Yukari Oshima uses a scarf,Frankie Chan uses broom,Mark Houghten using a blade/sword and Jeff Falcon uses a fan with knives.Although the plot is some how messy,the fight scenes definately covers it all.Some of the background music is also interesting.Watch this for the fighting...a must for Yukari Oshima's fans...7/10 for plot,9.5/10 for fight scenes,10/10 for Yukari Oshima performance.

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Release Date:

17 March 1990

Language

Cantonese


Country of Origin

Hong Kong

Filming Locations

Hong Kong, China

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