GenX Cops ★★ Tejing Xinrenlei 1999 (R)
Hong Kong police break a ring of smugglers, who are selling a massive shipment of explosives. But the cops then lose the goods to major criminal, Akatura (Nakamura). So a rebellious trio of young cops go undercover and discover the bad guy has very sinister plans. Cantonese with subtitles. 113m/C VHS, DVD . HK Nicholas Tse, Stephen Fung, Sam Lee, Grace Kip, Toru Nakamura, Jackie Chan; D: Benny Chan; W: Benny Chan; C: Arthur Wong Ngok Tai.
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