City of Darkness (1999)

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The plot basically revolves around Fei, White and Fong, 3 youngsters who are unknowingly related and are carrying pendants that are actually parts of a map which leads to the legendary '... See full summary »


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30 June 2008 | scruba_1
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| Donnie Strikes again
If you know Donnie Yen & don't know this film I highly recommend you go out and source a copy. This has some brilliant fight scenes and the usual campy goof scenes of early Donnie films and is a must have for martial arts film fans. Donnie's role is small, yet is pivotal, and he's the one who gets to battle head villain Collin Chou at the end. I think this is the only time the 2 of them get to punch on previous to 'Flash Point'. The plot concerns three teenagers, each holding a piece of jade which combine to form the key to treasure. Donnie is his regular loose-cannon policeman.The fight with Billy Chow is short, but great, as expected.

In short, if you're after a kick ass old Hong Kong (tho this is Taiwanese) style flick, chuck on your screen.

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Mandarin


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Taiwan, Hong Kong

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Taiwan

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