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ALL MEN ARE BROTHERS (1993)
TRADITIONAL CHINESE 水滸傳之英雄本色
AKA All Men Are Brothers--Blood Of The Leopard Blood Of The Leopard
HONG KONG RELEASE DATE 02/04/1993

CAST

Tony Leung Ka Fai

Joey Wong

Lam Wai

Hui Tien Chi



Wu Ma

Tai Bo
Elvis Tsui Lau Ching Wan
Tan Lap Man Lau Shun Billy Ching Sau Yat


DIRECTOR

Billy Chan


ACTION CHOREOGRAPHER

Lee King Chue


SCRIPT WRITER
Johnny Lee


PRODUCER

Wilson Tong


PRODUCTION COMPANIES
Hong Kong Film Entertainment
Pearl River Film Pro Ltd

Based on a chapter of a popular novel (hence the wordy title), All Men are Brothers tells the story of a righteous general (Tony Leung) who is framed for a crime by a corrupt official. This is fairly standard stuff plot-wise, and the movie meanders about a bit with some comedy that doesn't quite seem to fit, and is outright annoying in some parts. However, the action is quite good, using enough wire work to make things interesting without going too over the top, and the actors do well -- especially Elvis Tsui, who plays Tony's best friend. He puts in a career-best performance (one that garnered him a Best Actor nomination for the Hong Kong Film Awards) and puts All Men are Brothers above the usual wuxia fare. It's not anything mind-blowing, but All Men are Brothers should provide some solid entertainment for fans of the genre. RATING: 7 -hkfilm.net review
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Format Language(s) Subtitles Presentation Quality Time Screenshots

1 PAL Chinese English (Emb.) Widescreen 4th Gen. 01:33 Download

2 NTSC Chinese English (Emb.) Widescreen 0 Gen. 01:38 Download