Danger Zone
Hong Kong 2003
Directed by Neo Lam.


The young girls who became cops in BRUSH UP MY SISTERS are back, in a digital video production better than the original, but saddled with a much less evocative title. This time around, the girls (Teresa Mak, Jade Leung, Pinky Cheung, etc.) have to protect a "stained witness" (Andrew Lin) and his lovely girlfriend (Natalie Ng) from his former triad buddies who want to kill them. Lots of sitting around eating take out inbetween attacks. It slowly dawns on the girls that someone keeps pinpointing their location, and one of their charges turns out to be something more than expected. Lin and Ng add a nice emotional core to the film, something that was missing from BRUSH UP MY SISTERS. Teresa Mak, as the "gay" cop, only gets to flesh out her character a bit by checking out Natalie Ng's ass a few times.

Rating: Not Recommended (Not Recommended)

Posted by Peter Nepstad on July 07, 2004.


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