Sea Wolves Reviews
The plot itself is pretty good, shafting Cynthia Khan's screentime for the most part at the beginning.
About halfway through she comes back to fight the villain in a fantastic finale aboard a ship. All the nets and chains and props are utilized well, for varied fight scenes against multiple opponents. Simon Yam has a supporting role, and this installment of the series packs plenty of punch in its final entry,
(1991) Sea Wolves
(In Chinese with English subtitles)
Called "Sea Wolves" but sometimes linked to "In The Line Of Duty" movie series since the main character Cynthia Kahn has starred in at least 3 or 4 of those depending on where you live. Anyways, a huge pointless slaughter of Vietnemese refugees occuring at a cargo ship heading straight to Hong Kong and are also smuggling drugs, one of the refugees escapes with the help of his old friend played by Simon Yam, the crew then seeks out to find and execute them since they're a witness of the criminal operations. Actress Cynthia Kahn also returns as a female cop, who gets involved in attempting to locate the two who are on the run.
Plot is absolutely nonsense but because I'm a fan of Cynthia Kahn's fighting films, I'm able to tolerate this and overlook plenty of plot holes and the coincidences that happen.
3 out of 4