Four Robbers (1987)

Posted in Reviews by - May 15, 2013
Four Robbers (1987)

Cheap Hong Kong action film which rides the late 80s heroic bloodshed wave and rips off (mainly) films like A Better Tomorrow and City on Fire, only without any of the same quality. It starts off a bit like Scarface with a posse of four immigrant Mainland Chinese settling in HK and resorting to a life of crime, ruffling feathers among the local triads and the cops. The triads ship the boys over to Thailand to honour a drug deal but the local enforcement officers soon clock their whereabouts and an inevitable pursuit ensues. There’s nothing here particularly interesting, other than the name of the triad kingpin, who is called Well Hung.

AKA: Gangsters Express

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