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Project A Series - Region 0

Project A Series
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Starring :
 Sammo Hung Sammo Hung
 Yuen Biao Yuen Biao
 Rosamund Kwan Rosamund Kwan


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Published 11 years, 9 months ago

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Classic Jackie Chan

11 years, 9 months ago at Mar 22 9:47
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Directed by and starring Jackie Chan, and from before his first trip to Hollywood for "Rush Hour", these two films are probably my favourite Chan movies. Stunning action sequences are mixed with hilarious slapstick comedy, and the movies can be seen as his best tribute to the Buster Keaton movies Chan has always cited as an influence. These two movies are just *fun* from start to finish.
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Description: Project A (1983): It is Hong Kong at the turn of the century. Jackie's detachment of Marine Police have made a dismal mess of trying to capture the most notorious pirates that infest the China Sea. Little do they know there is a traitor in their midst. A rivalry develops between Jackie's group and the Land Police over this mission, culminating in the most spectacular bar room brawl ever filmed. Eventually the two rival groups talents of Jackie Chan with those of Samo Hung and Yuen Biao, and has made box-office history wherever it has played. Project A - Part 2 (1987): Hong Kong at the turn of the century is something of a f ... (more)
Manufacturer: Intercontinental Video (HK)
Release date: 25 October 2004
Number of discs: 2
Tags: Comedy (1), Kung Fu (1), Jackie Chan (1), Hong Kong (1), Asian (1), Action (1)
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Viro voted for a review of Project A Series 1 year, 6 months ago

“Directed by and starring Jackie Chan, and from before his first trip to Hollywood for "Rush Hour", these two films are probably my favourite Chan movi”


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