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A Better Tomorrow II - Region 1 DVD

A Better Tomorrow II
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APOLOGIZE TO THE RICE!!!

7 years, 10 months ago at Oct 5 19:55
While the first entry in the "A Better Tomorrow" series played it straight, if a bit (okay, A LOT) melodramatic, the sequel goes straight into self-parody territory... and mostly succeeds. The action isn't as good as The Killer or Hard Boiled, and the characters aren't as nuanced as A Better Tomorrow 1, but the comic quirkiness of ABT2 is endearing. It's definitely worth a viewing or two for fan... read more
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Description: "I won't give you nothing, man; I give you shit," sneers charismatic superstar Chow Yun Fat, speaking English (with a De Niro accent) in his role as a New York restaurateur who won't knuckle under to the (Italian) mob. Chow plays the twin brother of the character he played in the original Tomorrow, the ultraviolent, ultrarom ... (more)
Manufacturer: Starz / Anchor Bay
Release date: 16 January 2001
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 9786305972723 UPC: 013131125993
Action (2), Drama (1), Asian (1), 2001 (1), R1 (1), 1987 (1), Hong Kong (1), Chinese (1), Foreign (1)
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robelanator posted a review 7 years, 10 months ago

APOLOGIZE TO THE RICE!!!

“While the first entry in the "A Better Tomorrow" series played it straight, if a bit (okay, A LOT) melodramatic, the sequel goes straight into self-parody territory... and mostly succeeds. The action isn't as good as The Killer or Hard Boiled, and the characters aren't as nuanced as A Better Tomorrow 1, but the comic quirkiness of ABT2 is endearing. It's definitely worth a viewing or two for fans of John Woo and/or Chow Yun Fat.” read more