Release date31 January 2008 (2008-01-31) CastJordan Chan, Annie Man, Timmy Hung, Tak-bun Wong Similar moviesJordan Chan appears in Hong Kong Bronx and Young and Dangerous
TaglineEveryone has dreams, yet they are not always granted. Oftentimes, we are at the mercy of fate...
Hong Kong Bronx (traditional Chinese: 黑勢力; simplified Chinese: 黑势力; pinyin: hei1 shi4 li4; Literal Title: Black Power; Cantonese Yale: Hak sai lik) is a 2008 Hong Kong action film directed by Billy Chung, and starring Jordan Chan. The film was produced by Wong Jing, whose father, Wong Tin-Lam, appears in a supporting role.
Neil is a former Triad boss, who has just been released from prison. He attempts to starts his life anew by being a parental guide to his two sisters (Ada Wong, Vonnie Lui) and opening a repair shop. However, Neil meets Johnny a local merciless Triad kingpin.
Jordan Chan as Neil Shek
Kenny Wong as Bull
Annie Man as Miss Watt
Winnie Leung as Mabel
Ricky Chan as Johnny
Zuki Lee as Yo Yo
Timmy Hung as Fai
Vonnie Lui as Bonnie
Chan Hung Lit as SP Cheung
Ada Wong Ji-Haam as Barbie
Wong Tin-Lam as Uncle Bo
Hong Kong Bronx was a seen by some critics as a retread of the Triad film genre. LoveHKFilm.com called it a "surprisingly watchable guilty pleasure," and criticized the film for its cheesy use of CGI blood.
Hong Kong Bronx was given a limited release in Hong Kong on 29 January 2008. It was shown in five theaters.