Video Review by: The Arty Dans

Intro By: John M Jerva

Andy Lau is back in the long awaited sequel to his hit action-thriller Shock Wave and even though he’s playing a different character from the original, fans can expect the same pulse pounding action and tense dramatics that you can handle. But is the film worth your time? Well I put The Arty Dans on the case and he’s here to give you the lowdown on the movie as only he can. Shock Wave 2 is here and we have the review for you below courtesy of Asian Film Fans!

From the official summary: When a bomb went off unexpectedly during a police operation to disarm it, bomb disposal officer Poon Shing-Fung got caught in the blast and lost one of his legs. Poon decided to leave the police service. Three years later, the police suspect Poon, who was found in a coma at the spot of a terrorist bombing attack, of being involved in several bombing attacks in the past two years. Poon can hardly remember his past and even his own identity due to post-traumatic amnesia. He plans to escape to find out the truth. Meanwhile, knowing the terrorist organization’s schemes of destroying Hong Kong landmarks, Poon, as the key person between the police and the terrorist organization, could possibly save or destroy lives of the innocent civilians in the city.

Herman Yau returns as well in the director’s chair for the next entry which sees Lau playing a bomb disposal expert once again but unfortunately he’s been framed in a terrorist attack, lost a leg and has no memory whatsoever which forces him to seek out the help of a former ally. Starring along with Lau is Sean Lau and Ni Ni.

Make sure to watch the Asian Film Fans review of Shock Wave 2 below before deciding on whether or not to check out the newest Hong Kong Action-thriller and the film opens domestically today!

Action-Flix.com has partnered with the awesome website and YouTube channel Asian Film Fans to bring you the best in Asian action, horror, fantasy and comedy. All info and trailers are courtesy of AFF.

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