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The King of Robbery

Reviewed by: S.A. Winters
Date: 01/28/2003
Summary: Simon Yam Doing what he does best!

I’ll tell you right now, I don’t care how many times Simon Yam has played a psycho. He NEEDS to keep play’n them until these new upstarts stop worrying about their looks and start getting some blood on their pretty boy faces. ANYWAY, here you have Simon breaking out of a prison hospital in a very grisly and dramatic manner. From there he falls in love with an AK-47 and his gang pulls off some incredible heists. However, Simon will be Simon and soon he starts to go apeshit, which spells bad news for the brothers in the gang. Also, Simon has time to pick up a lady friend who of course is no good in helping with the gangs splintering relationship. Full of mean spirited violence, bizarre editing techniques, and good old fashion HK nastiness. This is one to get your hands on.

Reviewed by: hkcinema
Date: 12/08/1999

Dangerous character with psychological problems Chan Sing, withhis gang Leung, Wor Jai, Hat Jai's help, successfully escapes the mental ward. Later, Sing leads the gang with heavy firepower to commit crimes, endangering the lives of average citizens and purposely challenging the police. The gang members feel Sing's character change becomes more drastic and all have ideas to leave, causing problems in the gang. Sing finally is sold out, living under the life of the arrested......

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