Movie: Invisible Target aka 男兒本色.

Invisible Target aka 男兒本色.


“The rise of Ronin Gang, a band of notorious robbers affected the lives of three policemen drastically. Each of the three policemen: Fang (starring Shawn Yue), Jing Hau (starring Jaycee Chan) and Chen (starring Nicholas Tse) have their own stories but are motivated to achieve a common goal: to bring Jiang (starring Wu Jing), the leader of the Ronin Gang to justice.

Time is running out as Jiang’s influence grew and the gang’s ruthless acts are getting out hand. With Fang’s wit, Jing Hau’s courage and Chen’s dexterity, the three vowed to capture Jiang. However, it was also during the intense period of tracking the Ronin Gang that the three learnt about the presence of a prominent figure in the police force who is in cahoots with Jiang… With all these against them, they are even more determined to rid the evil doings of Jiang and his accomplice…”
(pics and synopsis from


Thanks to Merv, I attended the private screening with a hundred others (& piggy) at Shaw Prince last night.


It seemed to be the usual HK police & thieves movie.
This time round, it didn’t mainly focus on explosives and stunts but more on plots / emotions…


There were the usual expected scenes, eg. male bonding stuff, and slight unexpected(which i’m not gonna elaborate to spoil it for you).

Guys would probably like it more, as they do focus a little more on friendships between guys, justice and betrayal… and not forgetting, guns and explosives… my favourite.

AK47, deeagle, C4, flashbangs, charges…



Plot: 4.5/5

Love the twist and make you wonder who’s the mastermind, probably you guys might know who he maybe immediately.

Effect: 4/5

3 words – BOOM BOOM BOOM!

Acting: 4/5

Good, i wouldn’t mind watching it again or getting the DVD.

Overall: 4.5/5

Worthy catching it on a weekend with your buddies and hopefully make everyone, be a little bit more understanding and nicer towards our police officers 🙂

And for the girls, good looking actors to drool at :D~
Shawn Yu, Jaycee Chan, Nicolas Tse, Wu Jing and others…