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Marc Hyde over 3 years ago
The acting is really bad at times, but then suddenly you get really pulled into the story.
J.H. Howes almost 6 years ago
Easily John Woo's best film, "A Better Tomorrow," is the epitome of Hong-Kong action.
Davide MrBlonde 9 months ago
Justinas Jarukaitis over 1 year ago
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Scott Hume over 3 years ago
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James Reid 7 years ago
matt sawkill 8 years ago
Marcus Miller 8 years ago
A Better Tomorrow (Chinese: 英雄本色; Mandarin Pinyin: Yīngxióng běnsè; Jyutping: Jing1 hung4 bun2 sik1; literally "True Colors of a Hero") is a 1986 Hong Kong action film which had a profound influence on the Hong Kong film-making industry, and later on an international scale. Directed by John Woo, it stars Chow Yun-fat, Ti Lung and Leslie Cheung. Although the movie was made with a tight budget and was relatively unknown until it went on screen due to virtually no advertising, it broke Hong Kong's box office record and went on to become a blockbuster in Asian countries. It is highly regarded, ranking at #2 of the Best 100 Chinese Motion Pictures. Its success also ensured the sequel A Better Tomorrow 2, also directed by Woo, and A Better Tomorrow 3: Love & Death in Saigon, a prequel directed by producer Tsui Hark. Ho works for the triad whose principal operation is printing and distributing counterfeit US bank notes. He is a respected member and handles the most important transactions....
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