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‘Badges of Fury’ on Blu-ray and DVD January 7th!

Badges of Fury - www.whysoblu.comInternational action superstar Jet Li (HeroFlying Swords of Dragon GateThe Expendables franchise) teams up for a third time with Zhang Wen (The GuillotinesThe Sorcerer and the White Snake) as bickering cops out to catch a prolific serial killer in the action-comedy BADGES OF FURY, debuting on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital January 7th from Well Go USA Entertainment. The tongue-in-cheek spoof on kung fu cops from first time director Tsz Ming Wong, with action choreography by Corey Yuen (Wu DangShaolinThe Transporter), also stars Shishi Liu (Sad Fairy Tale), Michelle Chen (Ripples of Desire), Yan Liu (Laugh and Cry Forbidden) and Aaron Shang (Let the Bullets FlyDetective Dee: Mystery of the Phantom Flame)  

“…delightfully unpretentious ...” – LOVEHKFILM.com

BADGES OF FURY

Legendary Superstar Jet Li Reteams with Zhang Wen

for Director Tsz Ming Wong’s High Octane Action/Comedy,

Available January 7th on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital

 

Bonus Materials Include a Behind-the-Scenes Featurette

and a Four-Part “Making-of” Documentary

Synopsis:

When a series of eerie murders erupt across Hong Kong, two troublemaking cops are assigned to the case. Young maverick Wang (Zhang Wen) is a reckless risk-taker, and grizzled vet Huang (Jet Li) is fed up with cleaning up his rookie’s messes. After discovering all the victims were former boyfriends of aspiring starlet Liu (Shishi Liu), the detectives (one now posing as her lover) are caught in a deadly game to lure out the killer.

Language:

§  Default: Mandarin (original)

§  English (dubbed)

Bonus Features Include:

§  Four-part “Making of” Documentary

·         The Guys

·         The Girls

·         Wen Zhang Action Scene

·         Funny Stuff

§  “Behind-the-Scenes” Featurette

§  Trailer

 

BADGES OF FURY has a runtime of approximately 98 minutes and is not rated.

For more information, please visit www.wellgousa.com.

Order Badges of Fury on Blu-ray!

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