Metallic Attraction: Kungfu Cyborg (Kei hei hup) (2009)
Officer De Ming is the pinnacle of modern law enforcement. Courteous. Courageous. Committed.Almost human.Designed to handle assignments too dangerous for traditional methods, De Ming is the first in the TN Research Bureau's "K Series"-a revolutionary cybernetic organism programmed with a sophisticated social conscience.Sent to a remote town as part of a covert training operation, De Ming is placed under the supervision of the local police captain, Xu Dachun. Xu's mission: facilitate De Ming's integration into the community while protecting the secret of his young protégé's true identity.Charmed with a talent for delivering both justice and compassion, De Ming is quick to win the hearts of the town residents-though none more completely than that of Su Mei, a fellow officer who also happens to be the object of the captain's secret affection. … More
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Jeffrey Lau's Metallic Attraction: Kung Fu Cyborg is a film that crosses many genres from romance to comedy to action to science fiction. This title is a bit misleading. If one were to break the title in half, then "Metallic Attraction" would be the half that fits this film.When viewing this picture, the romance story takes the front seat while the robots sit in the back as a sub plot. This isn't to say that this film sucks, but it sure as heck isn't an action extravaganza.The seemingly low budget is noticeable as the intense, over the top, CG loaded action sequences are easily unrealistic. However this is more tolerable than one may think because this isn't necessarily Chinese Transformers. The nice thing about the action is that anything goes. The film explains very little as to the limitations of the cyborgs; thus making these robotic sequences quite entertaining.The acting isn't too bad. Jun Hu and Betty Sun contribute the most, while Lik-Sun Fong is a respectable cyborg. Wu Jing also pops in for the action sequences.Metallic Attraction: Kungfu Cyborg isn't a picture to avoid; at the same time it isn't one to make time for.More
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