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Director  Gordon Chan, Dante Lam
Music director  Teddy Robin
Duration  
Language  Cantonese
7/10 IMDb

Genre  Action, Crime, Drama
Screenplay  Gordon Chan, Chan Hing-Ka
Country  Hong Kong
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Release date  9 April 1998 (1998-04-09)
Writer  Gordon Chan, Hing-Ka Chan
Cast  Anthony Wong (Tung), Michael Wong (Michael Cheung), Kathy Chow (Yoyo), Stephanie Che (Yee), Sam Lee, Roy Cheung
Similar movies  Movies about the Triads, Set in Hong Kong, Action movies

Beast Cops (Chinese: 野獸刑警) is a 1998 Hong Kong action film written, produced and directed by Gordon Chan, and also directed by Dante Lam. The film stars Michael Wong and Anthony Wong. The film was released in the Hong Kong on 9 April 1998.

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Plot

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Tung (Anthony Wong) is a street cop in Hong Kong who is friends with a Triad dai lo named Fai (Roy Cheung). Fai hires a hitman to murder a business rival; the hit goes wrong and Fai, implicated in the incident, goes on the run. This leaves Tung in the put upon position to look after Fai's affairs.

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Soon, however, Tung's squad is assigned a new Commanding Officer in the form of Lieutenant Michael Cheung (Michael Wong), a no-nonsense, tough as nails cop who was transferred for having punched out his own previous Commanding Officer. In an attempt to keep tabs on Cheung and similarly introduce him to their precinct Tung takes Cheung to the disco owned by Fai. There, Cheung meets a madam named Yoyo (whose name in dubbed version is sometimes given as Yo-Yo Ma), who is also Fai's moll. Angry and upset that Fai left on such short notice without her, Yoyo accepts Cheung's overture and the two soon find themselves genuinely in love.

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In the meantime Fai's eager underling, Push-pin, moves himself into Fai's role and attempts to force Yoyo to peddle customers drugs through her escorts. Yoyo refuses, an action which results in Push-Pin slapping her across the face. Cheung finds out and takes revenge by inspecting Push-Pin's establishments every night.

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As Cheung and Yoyo's relationship turns serious, Tung finds his own relationship with a married woman turning sour. She routinely asks him for money [note: seems she's paying him for sex], which leaves him constantly broke. When Push-pin realizes slapping Yoyo has resulted in Cheung becoming an enemy, Push-pin hands Tung a handful of money, "as a gift." Actually, this act is a bribe, and when Cheung is later attacked by a group of Push-pin's men and Tung, having made the connection, attempts to bring Push-pin in, Push-pin reminds Tung of the money he'd given him. Tung finds himself powerless to arrest Push-pin without exposing himself as having been bribed.

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Things come to a head when Fai returns to town and learns that Yoyo is seeing Cheung. Fai goes after Cheung; their fight leads to a standoff with Tung between them, and Yoyo proclaiming she and Cheung are in love and are having a baby. Fai storms off, followed by Tung. The two decide it's time to pay a visit to Push-pin, who has now been officially promoted by the area's lead Triad boss, Tai, into Fai's place as dai lo.

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While Tung waits outside the disco, Fai goes in to confront Push-pin. After an emotional confrontation, Push-pin chops Fai in the neck with a machete, killing him. Tung sees Push-pin leaving the club; when he runs inside to see what happened, the sight of Fai's body on the floor leaves him devastated and wanting revenge.

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Tung, loaded with alcohol and barbiturates, cruises town to find Push-pin. He receives word Push-pin is back at his underground casino and goes there to bring Push-pin down once and for all. This results in Tung taking on not only Push-pin, but all his underlings as well. Cheung shows up with his officers to help, only to find Tung moments later seemingly dead from a steel spike Push-pin has rammed into Tung's gut. Seconds later, Push-pin is killed by one of Fai's men as revenge for his killing of Fai.

As it turns out, Tung survives and he and Cheung pay a visit to the lead Triad boss, Tai, where the two promise to eventually bring him down.

Cast

  • Michael Wong as Michael Cheung
  • Anthony Wong as Tung
  • Roy Cheung as Brother Fai
  • Kathy Chow as Yoyo
  • Sam Lee as Sam
  • Patrick Tam as Push-pin
  • Stephanie Che as Yee
  • Arthur Wong as Tai Ge
  • Daisy Woo as Judy Foster
  • Sammuel Leung as Paul
  • Kong Kim as Kai
  • Chan Wing-fai as Policeman
  • Che Kim-fai
  • Gary Mak as Policeman
  • Home media

    On 27 December 2001, DVD was released by Hong Kong Legends in the United Kingdom in Region 2.

    References

    Beast Cops Wikipedia
    Beast Cops IMDb Beast Cops themoviedb.org


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