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So Close (Bilingual)

Qi Shu , Wei Zhao , Corey Yuen    DVD
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Move over CHARLIE'S ANGELS June 28 2004
By A Customer
Yes, I am a sucker for Lucy Liu. Though the original CHARLIE'S ANGELS was pretty good with some cool fight scenes, FULL THROTTLE was not. She was THE reason I took interest in the CHARLIE'S ANGELS flicks, even if the martial arts battles in FULL THROTTLE were insipid, banal, and poorly chreographed (at best.)
But it looks as though Charlie's so called ANGELS may have some competition from (where else?) Hong Kong. Yes, I am also a sucker for Shu Qi, "Vicki" Zhao Wei, and Karen Mok, and even if the sight of Shu Qi and Vicki Zhao in black cocktail dresses ain't enough for you, the fight scenes will certainly make you wonder why anyone ever entrusted McG with making a decent martial arts film.
Let's just go to the scoreboard:
FULL THROTTLE-Demi Moore flying off a building in an almost see-through skirt, that stupid thin man showing up for no reason at all, Cameron Diaz constantly giggling like the buck-toothed geek she is, Drew Barrymore performing what may be the weakest spinning hook kick in film history (no wonder why Demi Moore catches her from behind, even though Demi herself is not much better),Lucy Liu dancing circles around everyone else, and making FULL THROTTLE at least somewhat redeemable.
SO CLOSE-Shu Qi and Vicki Zhao sparring in their bathroom, Karen Mok beating the snot out of some guys in an elevator, Shu Qi vs Karen Mok in a parking garage, Vicki Zhao and Karen Mok vs Smaurai bad guy, etc.
Do you think that even with Lucy Liu, FULL THROTTLE can hold a candle to SO CLOSE?
Neither do I.
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5.0 out of 5 stars HeLL!!! VerY DamN close May 28 2004
I was blown away by the movie. My girlfriend and i saw it together one day, she recomended it. At first, I was thinking "man it's another chick flick, with retarded girls throwing punches back and forth", but then after the first sequence I changed my view completely, I now have more respect for Hong Kong Screenplay writters and Directors.
The Plot and sub-plot were carried out so well, props for the writter. The drama part of the movie made my girlfriend near the end, man it got to me too at a certain point the flashback part.
But anyway, the Action! unlike any other... definatly OUTSTANDING, way better than Charles' Angels. you know what Charles' Angles is no comparison, man the parking lot scene was THE best! Su qi and xiao wei are like a dynamic dual that kick buTT and Karen MOk man... can do anything.
SO CLOSE is a definately a must in your collection. What beats asian chicks fighting in a very unique combination of old shaolin and new street fighting with gun action. Just amazing, on top of that a great plot, and pretty top-notch acting (watch the subtitled if you can't understand chinese, it's way better), oh and last but not least a bit of chick and chick action.
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4.0 out of 5 stars The quintessential guy movie April 19 2004
First, do not go into the movie with expectations of "Charlie's Angels." Yes, there are three women in here, but it is not an HK rehash.
My fiance gave the movie 3 stars for the cool action sequences and the strong female characters (she hates the whiny damsel-in-distress types), but she felt that the movie was weak in story and pointed out a few plot holes. I, myself, thought that the development of certain characters was lacking. However, I forgave that lack of certain character development because of 1) Shu Qi and Zhao Wei, 2) Awesome action and did I mention Shu Qi and Zhao Wei? The strength and knock-out beauty of these two women made the movie. It was certainly nice to be able to watch the movie under the guise of it being a tough-chick flick that women love.
The movie starts off slow at times, but when the action starts picking up, you start to ignore some of the questions raised at the beginning of the movie. While in general, the action was kick-butt, the wire use was poorly done in certain scenes as were the use of doubles, but since Shu Qi and Zhao Wei aren't exactly action stars in Hong Kong, I didn't expect them to do their own stunts or fight scenes, although in some close up shots, they did hold their own very well.
I don't think this movie deserves a full five stars because of certain character development problems and some story problems, but I didn't go into the movie expecting an Oscar-caliber movie. It is what it is--a great way to spend a mindless Sunday afternoon, watching beautiful women wearing revealing outfits shooting, blowing up and beating the bad guys senseless.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Chik yeung tin sai (So Close) - movie, 4 stars April 7 2004
When was the last time you saw a DVD with Portugese subtitles? Anyway...
Oh, how I love eye candy... This one has girls, gadgets, some good actions scene and oh some teasers of some of the girls...
The last time we saw Qi Shu was in "The Transporter" where her character was the opposite of the one she plays in the movie. From the beginning we see that the movie looks like it will live up to the description with the CGI graphics. Next we see Lynn Qi Shu and then the first action scene starts. There is free use of wire acrobatics with subtle moves that put a smile on your face. Then from there we meet each of the other main two characters, Sue her sister and Hong Yat Hong the CSI investigating the crime scene.
There are plenty of subplots and a big twist and turn here and there. Sometimes it seems predictable, but only to a certain point. I could tell you more of the plot, but the individual pieces are nothing orginal except when that kink in thrown in there it takes the overall feel of the movie on a different direction.
Like I said earlier, you will have trust me on this one, this picture is worth a millon words. My writing skills are nowhere near up to the task of describing the action.
Audio: Viewed in Mandarin 5.1 with English Subtitles. Well I just moves, I only had 3.1 sound (no sides) but the audio was clear and there was a good ampount of directionality across the three main speakers. The subtitles were very good, no gramatical errors I could detect. I do not speak Mandarin so I cannot speak of translation errors.
Video: Being such a new movie the transfer is clean, cross coloration almost non existent and colors looking like they should.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Real surprise; similar to Charlie's Angels but good action and plot.
The reviews said it was better then Charlie Angels, and it starts off looking like a good clone; but once you get about halfway through it, the plot and action just blow past it... Read more
Published on Nov. 19 2010 by Glenn Laycock
3.0 out of 5 stars so close but no cigar
Stylishly fantastic to watch especially the usual ballet-like fight scenes. the problem is (SPOILER ALERT) the best character gets killed off too quickly. Read more
Published on June 9 2009 by Brian Maitland
4.0 out of 5 stars A perfect example on why looks can be deceiving
I admire woman who can hold there own and this film says it all. While watching this I couldn't help but to think of Charlies Angels plus the opening scene with Lynn easily marks... Read more
Published on Feb. 7 2008 by Jenny J.J.I.
4.0 out of 5 stars Do Not Build Up to Shoot Down
In So Close sisters Lynn and Sue (Shu Qi and Vicki Zhao respectively), are a pair of high-tech (and high priced) assassins who inherit, from their late father, a secret weapon: a... Read more
Published on July 14 2004 by Miguel B. Llora
4.0 out of 5 stars Suberb
I brought this disk because it was recommended by people who brought "Returner" (another excellent movie). Read more
Published on May 30 2004 by Andrew B. Choat
5.0 out of 5 stars SO DAAM CLOSE
This movie? Daang what can I say. I love this S**t. The character build up is perfect. The intro to the movie is perfect. They plug in the action scenes right in the perfect spots. Read more
Published on May 18 2004 by A. Martinez
5.0 out of 5 stars I liked this way better than Charlie's Angels!
and even as much as the Matrix. My boyfriend of course could not take his eyes off Qi Shu. She was awesome, and it was full of action. (... Read more
Published on May 3 2004 by Lena's sis
3.0 out of 5 stars so close was ok
I would say that so close was just an ok movie because there was an adequate amount of action and karen mok has very hot curves. Read more
Published on April 18 2004 by X
3.0 out of 5 stars just average
Ive seen this movie and the action is extremely good and Karen Mok is really really hot curves. However what made me give this movie 3 stars is that the music from this movie is... Read more
Published on April 17 2004 by X
4.0 out of 5 stars Very cool action flick
This was a very entertaining movie. The action was almost non-stop, the plot was thin, and the violence was sometimes intense, very much Matrix-style. Read more
Published on April 14 2004 by Magnus
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