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Movie Info

An assassin (Louis Koo) and his team make their work look like accidents.

Cast & Crew

Louis Koo
Ho Kwok-fai, the Brain
Richie Ren
Chan Fong-chow
Han Yuqin
Chan Fong-chow's Wife
Monica Mok
Brain's Wife
Kam-Yuen Szeto
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Tang Lik-Kei
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John Chong
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  • Nov 02, 2012
    I enjoyed this movie. It's definitely, for an 80 minute film (not counting the credits), a bit slow but I think the movie does a good job at keeping you into the story. Personally, I wasn't enthusiastically into the story, but I was intrigued and interested in finding out what was happening. The dialogue is very minimal, but I think find a way at making the film easy to follow and not confusing. Louis Koo does a good job as this man who, because of the nature of his job, immediately assumes something is up when the shit hits the fan. The movie does try to give the character a little back-story and a reason for you to connect with him with having his wife die in a car crash and how that haunts him throughout the entire movie. It's not great but at least they give you something. One of the best things about the film is that it builds up to an excellent and, ultimately, satisfying ending. It certainly made the whole thing worth watching because of the ending. It isn't mind-blowing, but I did think it was very cool and made a movie that, until that point, was solid but uninteresting into a good flick. I wouldn't give it a glowing recommendation, but I did like what I saw here so I can't complain too much.
    Jesse O Super Reviewer
  • Oct 03, 2010
    A fantastic surprise. This movie I absolutely loved. I'd encourage you to get this without reading anymore on the topic. Still, here's my review. The film begins with a well shot scene involving lots of close-ups on the most mundane of objects. It's shot with a taste of suspicion. Imagine the death scenes in Final Destination and that's what we have here. A little more toned down than that but you should certainly have an open-mind for jumps in logic. Accident has the kind of high-concept plot that you'll find scattered around movie land. A gang of assassins makes their hits look like accidents, but it all goes pear shaped when an accident befalls the group themselves. Only, was it an accident. The nature of these assassins work leaves them paranoid and restless. The film is successful because it takes the mature route of exploring its themes. There is some action, but it gradually winds down into a more procedural spy type film. The main character is a man that has dealt with loss, and then dealt it out himself. He sees nothing as an accident, but are the recent events hostile acts against him, or just coincidences? Each action scene is marvelously underplayed, with minimalist-no music. By the time the final credits role I was emotionally exhausted and thoroughly entertained. A high-concept film, that requires both brains and letting some logic slide.
    Luke B Super Reviewer
  • Jun 12, 2010
    I?d heard a lot of good things about this thriller concerning a group of hitmen who spend weeks figuring out how to make their hits look like accidents.  When one of their members is killed in an accident himself, the leader of the group seeks answers.  Accident is a serviceable thriller that moves at a leisurely pace, but it?s certainly not a must see.
    Christopher B Super Reviewer
  • Dec 09, 2009
    I wasn?t expecting anything spectacular from this film and with an opening scene with some of the fakest blood I have ever seen I was ready to dismiss this as another Chinese movie that just uses blood and anger as a tool for drama, but as I found after watching more of it I was very wrong. The premise is good and interesting and the director, Pou-Soi Cheang, could have overdone the death scenes and made an adrenaline infused camera shaky fest but he doesn?t. Surprisingly I found yourself moved by this story and the character development of the main character Brian, Louis Koo, is handled very well. This is good but where this movie succeeds most of all is in the camerawork, cinematography if you will, Cheang uses the locations fully to his advantage and his camera shots are a feast for the eyes because there is almost always two things going on in one camera shot. Some confusion in the characters and a narrative arc that can either go two ways keeps you guessing but not without some confusion early on. However overall this is one of the best Chinese films I have ever seen.
    Malcolm D Super Reviewer

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