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Fox Hunter
Year: 1995
Jade Leung
Director: Stephen Tung Wai
Cast: Jade Leung Jing, Jordan Chan Siu-Chun, Yu Rong-Guang
The Skinny: Low-rent action film that manages to entertain thanks to terrific pace and some excellent gunplay from director/action director Stephen Tung.
by Kozo:
     A solid action picture that hits the ground running and never really lets up. Pretty but deadly Jade Leung is a novice policewoman who helps collar a vicious bad guy with the help of a wimpy pimp (Jordan Chan). However, said bad guy escapes and kills her uncle. Bent on gaining revenge, she travels to Mainland China to catch the perp with the reluctant Jordan in tow. 
     In retaliation, Jordan spends most of his energy trying to escape his pint-size captor. Stephen Tung's film is one long chase, with Jade chasing Jordan, the two of them chasing the bad guy, the bad guy chasing them, and finally Yu Rong-Guang (as the nice mainland cop) chasing everyone. 
     Amazingly, the film isnít weighed down too much by its sentimentality, a problem with most HK action flicks. It moves along at the perfect pace and uses its excellent action sequences to sell itself. Stephen Tung is one terrific gun fight choreographer; you can tell that this is the guy who gave us the insane gunplay from Pom Pom and Hot Hot. An unheralded, but entertaining action movie. (Kozo 1996)

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