Watch: 殺破狼2 2015 123movies, Full Movie Online – Hong Kong police officer Kit (Wu Jing) goes undercover in order to catch Mr. Hung (Louis Koo), the mastermind behind a crime syndicate. When the operation goes sour, and the undercover cops are betrayed, Kit disappears without a trace. Uncle Wah (Simon Yam) defies the order from his commanding officer and tracks Kit to a prison in Thailand. Thai Police officer Chai (Tony Jaa) becomes a prison guard in order to raise money for his daughter who has leukemia. He’s assigned to keep an eye on Kit. Even though Chai and Kit are in opposing positions and they don’t speak a common language, Kit turns out to be a suitable bone marrow donor who can save Chai’s daughter. While Chai is determined to keep Kit alive, the warden Ko (Zhang Jin) wants him dead to ensure the smooth operation of the prison, which is the front for Mr Hung’s organ trafficking business. Mr Hung shows up in Thailand so he can use his younger brother’s (Jun Kung) heart in a heart transplant to save his own life. The stage is set for a showdown….
Plot: A Hong Kong cop named Kit busts a major gangster only to find his cover blown and his main witness gone. The gangster, in retaliation, has him kidnapped and put in a Thai jail with a false criminal identity. Lowly prison guard Chai, with his extraordinary fighting skills, guards Kit and prevents his escape. The prison guard’s daughter suffers from a rare form of leukemia and Kit is the only donor who can save her. The prison guard discovers Kit’s real identity and helps him to escape in return for his agreeing to save his daughter. Together, Kit and Chai must face and take down the gangster and his minions.
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A sequel on par with the original.
An unrelated sequel that sees Wu Jing and Simon Yam returning in new roles. Actually “SPL 2” had a strong cast with all round solid performances. For me Louis Koo stood out as he simply oozed of creepy menace as the mastermind of the major crime syndicate in urgent need of a heart transplant that only his unwilling brother could provide, causing the ripple effect to what was to implode.
To start off I was kind of lukewarm, but steadily the characters and story, which heavy on context and definition began to grow on me and eventually come on big. There’s no trying to connect the dots, as each thing is laid out in front of you in a careful, deliberate manner involving undercover police operations, organ trafficking, kidnappings, corruption and a sick little girl in need of a bone marrow donor. This leads to everything coming around 360 degrees in a real twist of fate when all these pivotal elements collide beyond their control and the usage of the action felt more in line with the story.
The action choreography on the other hand won me over from the get-go. No camera tricky, and few quick edits in what was technically flawless in the picturesque framing of the high risk stunts, bone crunching martial arts, or hyperbolic shootouts and lethal blade work. Each exhilarating set-up seemed to up the ante, although for me it peaked at the midway point with the prison riot. But still the ballistic showndown finale between Tony Jaa, Wu Jing and Zhang Jin is nothing short than spectacular including the backdrop where it takes place. In spite of some clunky story-telling, it’s riveting HK action cinema
Shockingly it’s better than the previous one
This is not a very well known gem of a film that is worth checking out. Especially if your into kung-fu action movies. Maybe it’s because the previous movie before this sequel came out was like 10 years ago. Or it’s because this film just wasn’t marketed that well and not many people know about it, including some kung-fu movie watchers. It didn’t even have any of the previous actors from the first one except one, and he plays a totally different character in this. So I just didn’t have much expectations for this, I thought it was going to be a very mediocre at best straight to DVD movie. Surprisingly this is a balls to the wall, fast hitting and bone crunching action movie that flows along very well with a story that hits you in the gut. Especially for a kung-fu action movie, this one deserves more recognition. I wasn’t a huge fan of the first “SPL” although it did have one of the coolest one on one fight sequence. This however takes it to another level. With the very well shot cinematography, hand to hand fighting with no shaky cam and yet with focused precision to shootouts. The camera zooms in and out at just the right parts as well. This one isn’t a cop out or a cash in, it’s a action movie with genuine effort and well thought out planning that went into it. It sort of reminded me of “The Raid 2” to a certain extent which is a phenomenal action film. I especially liked watching two well known martial artist in the film industry go head to head like contenders with a team up as well to progress the story. There are multiple scenes that is single long takes, that needed good editing, precise timing and impeccable movements to pull off. And it does it with flying colors. The scenes that comes to mind is the prison riot scene. It’s one of the few films that is better than the trailer. This is a underrated action movie that I would highly recommend, mainly because not many people know about it. I like checking out underrated films that not many people know about in order to dig up some gems and this one is a gem when it comes to action movies. I am a viewer that enjoys movie soundtracks and the tracks not only fit the scenes but it made the whole experience more enthralling. This is Tony Jaa’s best movie after “Ong-Bak” the first one.
Original Language cn
Runtime 2 hr (120 min)
Rated Not Rated
Genre Action, Adventure, Crime
Director Soi Cheang
Writer Lai-Yin Leung, Ying Wong
Actors Tony Jaa, Jing Wu, Simon Yam
Country China, Hong Kong
Awards 3 wins & 6 nominations
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital, Dolby Surround 7.1
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Red Epic, Zeiss Ultra Prime, Fujinon Alura and Angenieux Optimo Lenses
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Redcode RAW
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Redcode RAW (5K) (4K) (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anamorphic), D-Cinema