Final Justice

(Hong Kong Movie)
Final Justice (DVD) Hong Kong Movie
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Final Justice

Final Justice

  • Video
  • NTSC
  • Audio
  • Cantonese, Mandarin
  • Subtitle
  • English, Chinese
  • Disc
  • DVD Disc
  • Region code
  • Region code All
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  • Title : Final Justice / 霹靂先鋒
  • Running time: Appx. 92 minutes
  • Date of airing / In cinema : 1988
  • Listing date : 09 Mar 2012
  • Disc Qty : 1 pcs
  • Weight : 150(g)
  • Production country : Hong Kong

  • Directed by
  • Parkman Wong
  • Cast by
  • Danny Lee Sau Yin , Stephen Chow Sing Chi , Shing Fui On , Kirk Wong Chi Keung , Tommy Wong Kwong Leung , Ho Ka Kui , Ken Lo Wai Kwong
  • Synopsis
  • Lee (Danny Lee) is a maverick cop who “breaks all the rules!™” Despite his stellar record and cool shades, he’s somewhat of an outcast in the squad room due to the meddling of the new chief inspector, who's seriously anal-retentive. During their inter-squad battles, they clash over a cheap punk of a car thief (Stephen Chow, in a pre-superstar performance) who Lee captured. Lee wants to use Chow to get to principled bad guy Shing Fui-On and his lesser, more obnoxious partner Tommy Wong.

    It turns out these guys are just a couple of bank robbers, and nothing more exciting. Ho hum. Not exactly a compelling bunch of bad guys. Still, the heart of the picture is the relationship between Lee and Chow, who slowly grows to trust him.

  • Synopsis
  • Lee (Danny Lee) is a maverick cop who “breaks all the rules!™” Despite his stellar record and cool shades, he’s somewhat of an outcast in the squad room due to the meddling of the new chief inspector, who's seriously anal-retentive. During their inter-squad battles, they clash over a cheap punk of a car thief (Stephen Chow, in a pre-superstar performance) who Lee captured. Lee wants to use Chow to get to principled bad guy Shing Fui-On and his lesser, more obnoxious partner Tommy Wong.

    It turns out these guys are just a couple of bank robbers, and nothing more exciting. Ho hum. Not exactly a compelling bunch of bad guys. Still, the heart of the picture is the relationship between Lee and Chow, who slowly grows to trust him.