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  • Actors: Jaycee Chan, Shawn Yue, Nicholas Tse, Wu Jing
  • Directors: Benny Chan
  • Format: PAL, Widescreen
  • Language: Chinese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Cine Asia
  • DVD Release Date: 2 Aug. 2010
  • Run Time: 128 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003N774EM
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 69,571 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Delivering jaw-dropping fight scenes, white-knuckle free-running sequences and breathtaking stunts, Invisible Target is an unstoppable action-thriller that showcases the formidable talents of the next generation of martial arts superstars. The paths of a renegade cop (Nicholas Tse, The Promise), a rookie police officer (Jaycee Chan, son of Jackie Chan) and a veteran detective (Shawn Yue, Infernal Affairs) converge with explosive results, as they each take on their most deadly assignment to date: the arrest of Hong Kongs most lethal mercenary gang and their ruthless leader, played by Kung Fu impresario, Wu Jing (The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor and Kill Zone). The city becomes a battleground, as both sides break all the rules to defy each other in the ultimate fight for survival, justice and revenge! Loud, fast, action-packed, adrenaline pumping, and explosive (Twitch.com), Invisible Target is an incredible new-wave action spectacular from visionary director Benny Chan (New Police Story).

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Trevor Willsmer HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWER on 15 Oct. 2012
Format: Blu-ray
Glossy Hong Kong cop thriller Invisible Target is a big budget ode to director Benny Chan's love of throwing his actors off buildings, in front of buses, through plate glass - a LOT of plate glass - and setting them on fire before kicking them in the head. And in Chan's films it's nearly always the actors who are suffering for his art rather than stunt men with only the biggest of explosions requiring CGi and stunt performers. That gives his action films an old-school feel that's quite welcome as Hong Kong action movies become increasingly reliant on CGi even for some of the basics, and if this isn't one of his better efforts, it's not for want of trying. Thankfully it's also not one of his worst either, but at times you can't help feeling that the film could have benefited from being a bit shorter and perhaps not throwing everything but the kitchen sink into the action scenes that are never more than ten minutes or so apart.

It's a fairly standard revenge plot: Nicholas Tse's the maverick cop who wants revenge on the gang of mercenaries whose armoured car robbery left his fiancé dead, Jaycee Chan (Jackie's son) is the rookie cop who wants revenge on the same gang for killing his undercover cop brother, Shawn Yue wants revenge for being made to swallow some bullets and Wu Jing is the very bad guy who wants revenge on the cop who masterminded the robbery, killed three of his friends and got away with the loot. Naturally their worlds collide and the forces of law and disorder put aside their different agendas, bond over big fight scenes, find the odd parallel with the villains they're trying to take down before destroying a very expensive looking police station with lots and lots of plate glass to throw each other through in a half hour battle royal.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By kimil on 7 April 2009
Format: DVD
What's is it about?
Three diverse police officers must put their differences and agendas aside in order to bring down the ruthless thieves that are causing chaos across Hong Kong.

Four young actors with potential, Jaycee Chan, Nicholas Tse, Shawn Yue, and Wu Jing in the film, and the director of "New Police Story" Benny Chan behind the cam, did this movie deliver to the audience?

One miss
1) Story
Probably the only weakness holding this movie back is the pacing, lack of originality of the story. Certain characters could be more developed to make them more memorable and interesting.

Three hits!
1) Action
Brutal, off the Hollywood safety boundaries level that made "New Police Story" edge of your seat. The high velocity set pieces displayed here ensures this alongside "Flashpoint" action blockbuster of 2007. Wu Jing steals most of the scenes here.
2) Impact
All four actors made their individual mark reasonably well. Not necessarily a gold medal performance but did enough to justify watching their work and to springboard their careers.
3) Bonus features
Heaps of extra content on the Dragon Dynasty version.

If you can overlook the misses and just want to enjoy the an action movie causing mayhem in Hong Kong, seeing Invisible Target can't go wrong.

You may also want to check out
Benny Chan (Big Bullet, Who am I? New Police Story)
Jaycee Chan (The Sun also rises, 2 Young, PK.COM.CN)
Shawn Yue (Infernal Affairs 2, Dragon Tiger Gate, Just one look)
Nicholas Tse (New Police Story, Dragon tiger gate, The Beast Stalker)
Wu Jing (Kill Zone, Fatal move, Fatal Contact)
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By Ev on 22 Nov. 2012
Format: DVD
The film is ok to watch but I do have my reservations, its a bit like die hard with added martial arts. Its high octane rush hour amazing stunts. That's where the problem lies- I think its a sign that films from that region are beginning to take the Hollywood route, when this happens the story line gets thin, characterization goes out the window and some scenes are far fetched and totally outrageous. This film does have a bit of a story, some characters are developed but all that action pushes the intelligent stuff out the way. The one thing that I really enjoyed was the cinematography and some of the locations. Worth a look as its very close to a 4-star film.
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Format: DVD
you can not go wrong with HK action films, these guys can deliver an excellent action film all the time, this is a definite must for any action junkie, its also dubbed in English as well for me that is a main thing when I buy HK action films as I have nothing against the subbed versions, I just find it a hell of a lot easier to actually watch the film and understand what they say they miss parts buy reading the words! get this film!
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I remember when this came out when I lived in China. I've watched it a few times but there were not subtitles.
Finally got to see it with English subs. I'm a huge fan of HK action films, I think they are the best action film makers in the world, brilliant performances from Nicholas Tse, Shawn Yue and Jaycee Chan and with the added bonus of performances from Wu Jing, Andy On and Philip Ng.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Simian on 12 July 2010
Format: DVD
director benny chan delivers another solid piece of commercial cinema, invisible target moves along really fast; with action scenes constantly thrown in whether they are martial arts, car chase, foot chases, shoot outs or insane stunts they all satisfy.

those looking for a solid martial arts picture should be pleased with the solid choreography and the stellar delivery by both the martial artist and non martial artists. Nicholas tse (non martial artist) steals the show with his courage in doing all his own stunts and the director is more than happy to show his face after each dangerous stunt. both shawn yue and jaycee chan also handle them selfs well. as for wu jing he is as reliable as always. i minor fault with the fights is the use of some odd wire work that is supposed to enhance some movements but feels at odds with the reality based nature of the film.

the negative side of this though is that the story takes a back seat and those dramatic moments feel less than developed. thankfully the protagonists are slightly better developed but the acting is poor all round especially nicholas tse who tries hard but do not convince. jaycee chan fairs slightly better especially given his likable charcter who the audience can sympathise with. it is the villains that come of worst they are not fleshed out enough to justify there motivations and the male bonding between certain protagonists and antagonists comes of a bit corny.

over all it is a pleasing action fest film but if story is your main priority you may be dissapointed.
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