Heat Team

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  • NR
  • 2004
  • 1 hr 39 min
  • 5.5  (260)

Heat Team is a 2004 Hong Kong action movie directed by Dante Lam and starring Aaron Kwok, Eason Chan and Hei-Yi Cheng. The film follows a team of elite police officers who are tasked with taking down a group of dangerous criminals. The story begins with the introduction of the main character, Sean (played by Aaron Kwok), an ex-cop who was kicked off the force due to his hot temper and tendency to use excessive force when dealing with criminals. He is soon recruited by the Police Tactical Unit (PTU), a special force of the Hong Kong Police Force, to join their elite Anti-Organized Crime and Triad Bureau (AOCTB) unit.

The AOCTB is tasked with taking down a notorious criminal syndicate known as the "Five Fingers", led by the ruthless Dai Tin-Yee (played by Chen Kuan-Tai). The Five Fingers are involved in drug trafficking, human trafficking, and other organized crime activities. The AOCTB has been trying to take them down for years, but they have always managed to stay one step ahead of the law.

Sean joins the AOCTB team, which includes his friend Mark (played by Eason Chan) and the tough-as-nails female officer Linda (played by Hei-Yi Cheng). Together, they embark on a dangerous mission to take down the Five Fingers once and for all.

The action in Heat Team is intense and non-stop, with plenty of gunfights, car chases, and hand-to-hand combat scenes. The movie also touches on themes of loyalty, betrayal, and redemption, as Sean struggles to come to terms with his past mistakes and earn the trust of his new colleagues.

One of the strengths of this movie is the chemistry between the three main actors. Aaron Kwok, Eason Chan, and Hei-Yi Cheng all give strong performances, and their characters' interactions are often humorous and entertaining. The supporting cast also does a good job, with notable performances from Chen Kuan-Tai as the villainous Dai Tin-Yee and Lam Suet as one of his henchmen.

The cinematography and editing in Heat Team are also top-notch, with fast-paced camera movements and quick cuts that create a sense of urgency and excitement. The movie is packed with memorable action sequences, including a thrilling shootout in a crowded market and a tense showdown in an abandoned factory.

Overall, Heat Team is a fast-paced, entertaining action movie that should appeal to fans of the genre. It may not be the most original or groundbreaking film, but it delivers exactly what it promises: thrilling action, charismatic characters, and non-stop excitement from start to finish.

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Description
  • Release Date
    2004
  • MPAA Rating
    NR
  • Runtime
    1 hr 39 min
  • Language
    English
  • IMDB Rating
    5.5  (260)