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Great act by ka tung
Has all the elements of the classic that started it all. Very well made.
The second best in the series. Good screenplay by Tin-Shing Yip, who who often writes for Johnnie To's features. This episode's main lead is definitely Suet Lam, who plays a woeful cop who puts himself into troubles all the time. This one leaves a good taste in your mouth after you finish watching it.
Good film.... same style as other episode in the series... Lam Ka Tung is overacted... which makes it unpleasant...
Ka Tung Lam did a brillant act in this film, he brighten up this whole film!!!
the movie's focus is on Lam Suet's character, on how he struggles to repay his debts and on choosing between right and wrong. Lam portrayed this struggle well; well enough to garner pity for his character.
The 3rd installment of the "Tactical Unit" series is known as <i>Tactical Unit: Human Nature</i> and it comes from Andy Ng. His directing resume isn't that big right now, but he creates a decent chapter in this series.<p>As usual, this film has its own unique story, so watching any of the other movies isn't necessary.</p><p>The story is more oriented around Lam Suet's character and it is quite interesting as it involves going undercover. At just under 90 minutes, the pacing is moderate, as expected, with only a little drag here and there.</p><p>There is a bit more action in this film, when compared with the previous installments, however, this one is still story and character driven. There are a couple small shootouts, a larger shootout at the end, and a decent car driving sequence in the middle. Nothing special about any of this.</p><p>Simon Yam, Maggie Siu, and Lam Suet return, yet again, as their regular <i>PTU</i> characters. As previously mentioned, Lam Suet gets a bulk of the airtime. Ka Tung Lam does a nice job as the new side character and he has an interesting role. Berg Ng is also a decent villain.</p><p>There is nothing really new with this picture, but fans of the other "Tactical Unit" films will probably enjoy this one.