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Replacement Killlers, the (1998) - Extended Cut [Blu-Ray]

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Three 1/2 out of Five


Rating: R (strong violence and for language)
Length: 96 minutes


Widescreen 2.40:1 Color 1080p


ENGLISH: PCM 5.1 Surround
ENGLISH: Dolby Digital 5.1
FRENCH: Dolby Digital 5.1
HUNGARIAN: Dolby Digital 5.1
ITALIAN: PCM 5.1 Surround
ITALIAN: Dolby Digital 5.1


Arabic, Bulgarian, Chinese, Crotian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovene, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish



A Chinese crime boss in Los Angeles losses his son in a gun fight with the cops during a drug deal. He seeks revenge and tasks hit man John Lee (Yung-Fat Chow) to kill the son of the officer that killed his. John is unable to finish the job and goes from being the hunter to being the hunted. He teams up with an unwilling yet beautiful counterfeiter to either kill or be killed.


This movie doesn't waste anytime getting started and doesn't try to be anything more than it is, an action flick with lots of gun play. The plot is simple and the runtime is just right. Yung-Fat Chow fans will be happy, he's in almost every scene. The supporting cast and dialogue is strong and guys, if you like the ladies, Mira Sorvino is not only talented but is definitely easy on the eyes.


Deep and thought-provoking are not two words that could be used to describe this film and the extras are very thin.


  • "Where the Action Is" Making Of Featurette
  • "Chow Yun-Fat Goes Hollywood" Featurette


If you're looking for a fun little action flick to kill an evening with, you will want to check this out. The storyline is a little thin, but the pace is nice and the gun play is loud and often. And last but not least, you will not have to pay a lot for it; it seems to be on everyone's discount Blu-Ray shelves.


Antoine Fuqua   [King Arthur, Tears of the Sun, Training Day]


Yun-Fat Chow - John Lee
[Anna and the King (1999), Bulletproof Monk, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, Curse of the Golden Flower, POTC: At World's End]
Sydney Coberly - Sara
Clifton Collins Jr. - Loco
[The Last Castle, Mindhunters]
Carlos Gómez - Hunt
[Desperado, House of Sand and Fog, The Negotiator]
Patrick Kilpatrick - Pryce
[Minority Report]
Randall Duk Kim - Alan Chan
[Anna and the King, The Matrix Reloaded, Memoirs of a Geisha]
Leo Lee - Lam
Andrew J. Marton - Stevie
Frank Medrano - Rawlins
[Fallen, Sleepers, Suicide Kings]
Jürgen Prochnow - Michael Kogan
[Beerfest, Beverly Hills Cop II, The Da Vinci Code, Das Boot, Dune (1984), The English Patient, House of the Dead]
Michael Rooker - Stan 'Zeedo' Zedkov
[The Bone Collector, Days of Thunder, JFK, Mallrats, Mississippi Burning]
Til Schweiger - Ryker
[Driven, Inglourious Basterds, King Arthur, Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life]
Mira Sorvino - Meg Coburn
[Gods and Generals]
Danny Trejo - Collins
[Anaconda, Con Air, The Devil's Rejects, From Dusk Till Dawn, Furnace, Halloween (2007), Heat, Once Upon a Time in Mexico, Slayer, xXx]
Kenneth Tsang - Terence Wei
[Die Another Day]


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