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Posts Tagged ‘Mark Strange’

Bodyguard: A New Beginning (2008)

b3423sasdPlot: When aging crime lord Wong (Richard Ng) turns down the offer of joining forces with loud American gangster Kai (Cary Hiroyuki Tagawa), his power hungry son Yuen (Carl Ng) doubts his father’s judgment of a overlooked golden opportunity. Yuen’s finally looses his cool after his father chooses his bodyguard over his only son to par take in a secret mission. Wongs bodyguard – Leung (Vincent Sze) is sent to the United Kingdom to look after a young English woman in London. Rebelling against his father Yuen gets into deep trouble and ends up running to Kai for help. Let the betrayal begin.

Review: The plot summary there does give you the impression that the story is fixed on our characters Wong and Yuen  but a majority of the film is based on our true star – Vincent Sze aka The Bodyguard. In true bodyguard fashion Vincent plays the cold silent type who guards the lady from a far and soon throws himself at her after saving her from a group of thugs. Read the rest of this entry »

Underground (2007)

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Plot: A underground no-holds barred fighting tournement taking place in the “UK Suburbs”, twelve fighters from very different backgrounds and professions battle for the grand prize of £500,000. Each fighter is backed by fiery buisness tycoons and self-made millionaires who betting lots of money, but more importantly thier pride on thier chosen fighters. Each fighter is fighting for the top spot, but there’s only room for one at the top… Read the rest of this entry »

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