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Clash (English Subtitled) 2011 R

(17) IMDb 6.1/10
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Get ready for an action extravaganza like no other in the suspenseful, heart-pounding Clash. Stars of The Rebel, Johnny Tri Nguyen and Ng Thanh Vn are powerful on-screen as mercenaries with the same goal but different motives. When Trinh's (Ng Thanh Vn) daughter is kidnapped, she's forced to recover a stolen hard drive with codes to Vietnam's first satellite in order to save her. The only way

Starring:
Johnny Nguyen, Veronica Ngo
Runtime:
1 hour, 37 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Action
Director Thanh Son Le
Starring Johnny Nguyen, Veronica Ngo
Supporting actors Hoang Phuc Nguyen, Lam Minh Thang, Hieu Hien, Truong The Vinh, Nguyen Hau, Alain Bruxelles, François de la Torre, Isabelle Du, Jérôme, Dave Victor MacMillan, Thomas Michel Meyer, David Minetti, Rémi Recher, Yann Williot, Rich Long Nguyen
Studio Vivendi Entertainment
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Rental rights 48 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By H. Bala TOP 500 REVIEWER on March 26, 2012
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CLASH ("Bay Rong") doesn't try to revolutionize martial arts cinema. Restricted to chump change for its budget, it's got no business aspiring to the lush visual aesthetics of HERO or CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON. What it strives to do is to bring the martial arts flick back to the street level, back to its roots. CLASH doesn't engage in camouflaging quick cuts or deceitful CGI, and if there's any wire work done, it is sparse, brother. What we're left with is a lean and gritty, buttkicking Vietnamese action flick. I rate it a better than average 3.5 out of 5 stars.

What drew me to CLASH more than anything is that it reunites The Rebel alums, Johnny Tri Nguyen and Veronica Ngo. They prove that their chemistry in THE REBEL wasn't a fluke. Veronica Ngo (a.k.a. Ngo Thanh Van) plays Trinh, the indentured enforcer of a mob boss nicknamed the Black Dragon. The Black Dragon had abducted Trinh's young daughter and now forces Trinh to carry out the acquisition of a highly coveted laptop which can unlock deep government secrets. Trinh outsources a crew of specialists, numbering among them the mysterious, unflappable Quan (Johnny Tri Nguyen).

CLASH isn't as ambitious as THE REBEL. It's set on a smaller scale. And in its dramatic nuances and plot twists, it won't bowl over any viewer. Of course, not all of Trinh's teammates are on the up and up. Not everyone shares Trinh's motivations. No doubt, there's a bad apple in the bunch just raring to pull a heel turn. This is B-movie filmmaking 101. What distinguishes the movie are the lead actors. And the fight scenes.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By trinh nguyen on September 2, 2013
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I happened to see the title "CLASH" with some Vietnamese stars names and read the storyline on the Direct TV Showtime -Normally,I didn't like to watch Vietnamese movies because they kept making some very dull movies about the war or poor taste and boring stuff- Anyway, I recorded movie "Clash" and watched it the next day...To my surprice,it turned out to be a very interesting movie,indeed. With the handsome leading man like Johnny Tri Nguyen along with his beautiful leading lady Ngo thanh Van and their awesome material arts kickings would make the movie worth watching.I love the fact that now they're litterally trying to make a decent movie for "now-a-day" viewers.Some of the scenes like Tango dance by Johnny and Van was actually pretty good- not as good as Brad Pitts and Angelina Jolies,of course- but still looked elegant in suit and dress- Overall,I think, Clash is a very entertaining movie and I would highly recommend this movie to everyone...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By amazonka on August 11, 2014
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Excellent movie with a very nice story development and perfect acting. I was actually renting this movie because of Johnny Nguyen whom I heard about first time today in one of the Facebook posts, but oh boy, after seeing the Clash, I wanted to see all movies with Thanh Van Ngo instead! She is amazing, how could possibly such a slim, fragile, beautiful girl kick so tough! I was really sorry about the French gang guys!

Why this movie is different from other martial arts features? For 2 reasons. First, the action choreography, is not just well done, it is impeccable and filmed with fast pace unlike martial action in other movies, where directors prefer to slow down the moves, thinking that looks best on screen. Yes, it does, but fast fighting moves look much more awesome. Second, the martial arts here is perfectly aligned with a human drama and down to earth human relations (ex. the stunning tango scene), which makes the movie so much interesting to watch. Otherwise, believe me, you would have been bored watching just a non-stop action.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Cardell on April 8, 2013
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This movie is a great watch. I would recommend this movie for anyone, even if you do not like martial arts movies.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By BackBone on January 8, 2013
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A lot of action in this one, the story line is great also. I recommend you see this one. 5 stars, thanks again.
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By Eric Sanberg on January 18, 2013
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There are no shortage of Asian crime thrillers out there and, for my dollar, they tend to be more inventive than their American counterparts. This Vietnamese entry into the genre might not be the best but it's a good time and still has enough twists and turns to keep one interested.

Here's the scoop. Phoenix (played by the stunning Thanh Van Ngo) had a twin sister who was murdered by a big time thug. Said thug now has Phoenix's daughter and uses her as leverage to have Phoenix pull off a series of jobs. The final job involves stealing a laptop, from some French dudes, that contains high level satellite info. A guy on her crew, unbeknownst to her, is an undercover cop. Said heist goes south and the doo-doo hits the fan.

This is not a great flick by any means but it moves very steadily and has some good gun play and martial arts fight scenes. Phoenix is one good looking woman and she can fight. During the fight scenes she looks like she knows the time of day. They spend as much camera on her as they do the dudes. Some of the plot points in the earlier part of the flick don't rise above the fray but a few things happen in the third act that spice things up. Much of what is happening in this flick are the two leads. I couldn't take my eyes off Phoenix, but the undercover cop, Quan, is handsome in his own right, and the developing relationship between the two helps keep the viewer involved. A Tango scene, with him in a suit and her in a gorgeous red dress, is worth the price of admission. One of the other guys in her crew is a short, stocky guy put in for comic relief. It sad he gets knocked off when he does. I think that character could have used a lot more screen time.

All that being said, this is a decent watch. Not the best of its ilk but well worth the time to view it.
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