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Young & Dangerous 3 [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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  • Language: Cantonese Chinese
  • Subtitles: Chinese, English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Unrated (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00077BOE2
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 579,464 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Moving on from the events of Young and Dangerous 2 the further exploits of the very upwardly mobile Hung Hing society members are again displayed to us in a most enjoyable way. Never sure whether to like or loathe the triads members of the title is part of its charm leaving you to simply enjoy the roller coaster ride without having to tackle any issues about the morality of gang fights and killings. Under the experienced direction of Andrew Lau this film again sees impressive performances by Jordan Chan as Chicken and Ekin Cheng(until this installment Dior Cheng) as Chan along with Anthony Wong reprising his role as Tai Fai. All in all a very good addition to the series leaving you wanting more, it just a shame we have to wait to catch up with a further four releases from its home market.
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By A Customer on 13 Oct. 2002
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this in many ways is the best film of the six in the young and dangerous series (the latter three yet to be released in the uk) It marks a change in the lives of the characters, and varies drastically from the previous two. In the previous installments we see a somewhat up beat feel within them, with a few significant losses. However in this installment the introduction of a new villain, Crow, played superbly by Roy Cheung has a huge part in the outcome of the film. His portrayel of Ho-Nams psychotic nemesis is easily one of his performances. A superb film whether you follow the series or not.
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The Young and Dangerous series follows a group of friends that enter the world of crime when they are teenagers. The story revolves around the groups friendships; their rise into power and dominance; and the many obstacles that they are faced with. With this style in mind Young and Dangerous 3 is perhaps the best in the long line of criminal dramas.
Chan Ho Nam, played by Ekin Cheng who also played Hero Hua in 'A Man Called Hero'-also directed by Andrew Lau, is now a force of considerable power in the world of Hong Kong's most influential Triad organisation-The Hung Hing. Young and Dangerous 3 follows Chan as he is faced with the ruthless and power hungry Black Crow, played with utter villianous perfection by Roy Cheung. Black Crow is an arrogant and ruthless man that not only wants to destroy the Hung Hing and claim their territories but also rise to the top of his own seperate organisation. It is in the vivid and well mastered direction of Andrew Lau that the viewer is emersed entirely in the Triad's world, Lau gives his direction a hard edge that depicts good criminals as those that retain honour and rightousness against evil criminals that don't care about anything. The film delivers honour; loyalty; friendship; and love as Chan's girl friend, Smartie, awakens from a coma suffering from amnesia. Though she once understood and accepted the criminal world that Chan lives in she must now come to terms not only with his life style but also the man that claims she once loved him.(Smartie entered a coma in Young and Dangerous 2 when their car was attacked and she was injured)
Young and Dangerous 3 is one of my most revered and favourite films in Hong Kong Cinema, its emotion; direction; and acting makes it quiet simply a brilliant film.
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By A Customer on 29 Jan. 2002
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This is a fantastic film. It is the first of the Young and Dangerous series that I have watched. There is some backstory here obviously from the first 2 films. However this is a self contained story and is easily enjoyable. The villain of the piece, Crow, is fantastic. He is utterly ruthless, maniacally evil and laughing all the time. It's a shame that there are 5 central "good" guys as they need more time to explore them all. Luckily there are a number of films, so hoefully they will get their screen time. The plot centers around No Ham and how a rival gang kill his boss and frame him for the murder. It is great to see the way the gang react and only his real friends stick by him. All throughout this, his girlfriend, injured in a previous film I assume, has amnesia and doesn't remember him or any of the others. The quiet time is spent with Ho Nam and Smartie getting to know each other again. The only drawback, is that this is not a martial arts flick, so there is no high kicks and rapid punches being thrown every 5 mins. There is a huge fight scene at the end that is very realistic. All in all this is great film and I can't wait to see the others in the sequence.
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