Movie Details

Special Female Force

25 years ago, a group of female agents went undercover in a five-star hotel in Bangkok to investigate international terrorist, Gu Zhi Jin. An accidental explosion at the hotel killed many of the female agents except the leader, Madam Fong, as well as Gu. In present time, Madam Fong meets a group of girls and trains them as her apprentices. She is now on a mission to capture the terrorist she missed 25 years ago.

Language: Cantonese
Subtitle: Na
Classification: 18
General Release Date: 13 Oct 2016
Genre: Action / Comedy
Running Time: 1 Hour 45 Minutes
Distributor: TGV Pictures
Cast: Eliza Sam, Jeana Ho, Joyce Cheng, Cathryn Lee
Director: Wilson Chin
Format: 2D



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Review
Writer: Erny Suzira

Writer Ratings:
Overall: 3.0 Out of 5
Cast: 3.0 Out of 5
Plot: 2.5 Out of 5
Effects: 3.0 Out of 5
Cinematography: 4.0 Out of 5

Watch this if you liked: “The Inspector Wears Skirts”

The Good, the Bad and the Sexy Female Force :

As a remake of Hong Kong's iconic 1988 martial arts comedy, "The Inspector Wears Skirts", also known as "Top Squad", "Special Female Force" is somewhat lacking in terms of storyline, characters and action as compared to the original.

The story starts off decent in the beginning but begins to go downhill midway as the character development as well as friendship bonding between the girls seem to be a bit rushed and forced.

Also, what are the odds that all the female recruits happen to have model-like figure and appear to be too gorgeous to pass as mere police officers, except for one particular character which stands out from the rest. The female characters look so similar to each other, making it hard to differentiate which one is which, pretty much like the issue we face with female K-Pop groups nowadays.

The actresses' performances are good if they are judged individually, but when they are viewed together as a team, the chemistry between them doesn't come off as natural.

Despite all the lacking points, the film makes up for them in the cinematography department as the views and sceneries shot in the woods, and also of Malaysia's iconic buildings and other locations, are picturesque and pleasing to the eyes.

Also, the actions scenes designed by actor and stuntman Chin Ka-lok are nicely choreographed, featuring great martial art techniques which are specific down to the tiniest details.

Trivia:

• Aaron Aziz was picked to be the antagonist due to his huge popularity in Malaysia - he is known as 'Malaysia's Andy Lau'.


Cinema Online, 12 October 2016
   



 
 
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