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Podcast On Fire 110: Asian Connection

Aside from network updates detailing the next Japan On Fire in the pipeline, future commentaries, Last Movies Watched featuring Lunar New Year movies, ninjas as portrayed by Golan Globus, early Wilson Yip and Ken’s thoughts on Wheels On Meals, Ken, Tom KW and Hong Kong Dave do a joint review of the unusually professional Danny Lee actioner Asian Connection. Heading to Taiwan… with pleasure, sir! Also remember to check out VCinema’s 2 year anniversary podcast AND contest!

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Bullets Over Summer (1999)

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Plot: When a group gangsters shoot down three innocent people and four police officers, cops Mike (Francis Ng) and Brian (Louis Koo) are giving the case. They occupy an apartment facing across from the gangsters hide out. There is only one problem the tenet of the apartment is an old women whose lost her marbles. She mistakes they two cops as her grandchildren and they play along so they can watch over the gangsters.

They cops soon develop a genuine relationship with the old cook and the two men also develop loving relationships with some young women as well. Mike falls for a young pregnant woman working in a dry cleaner. Brian falls for Stone’s (their informant) god daughter.

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