Raging Fire – Movie Review
Director: Benny Chan
Writer: Benny Chan, Ryan Wai-Chun Ling, Yaoliang Tang (Screenplay)
- Donnie Yen (Ip Man)
- Nicholas Tse (New Police Story)
- Lan Qin (Story of Yanxi Palace)
- Angus Yeung (Detective vs Sleuths)
- Mohammed Albaaj (Rubikon)
Plot: Cheung Sung-bong is an officer of the Regional Crime Unit who worked in the front line for many years. His protege, Yau Kong-ngo, respects him and manages to reach up to him. However, fate brings pits them against each other.
Runtime: 2 Hours 4 Minutes
There may be spoilers in the rest of the review
Story: Raging Fire starts when region crime unit officer Cheung Sung-Bong (Yen) learns his partner and best friend is killed by a gang he is hunting down. When the gang leads to another death of an officer, Cheung Sung-Bong learns who is behind it.
Yau Kong-Ngo (Tse) his former protégé is now on his own operations after spending time in jail. With the two preparing for a showdown, it is only a matter of time before they clash one more time.
Verdict on Raging Fire
Raging Fire is an action crime thriller that will see two former friends come head-to-head in a battle for what is right. It will dive into the crime world and how the police are needing to do everything by the book to bring down the criminals.
When it comes to the action, we get Donnie Yen led fights, which are always entertaining. The mystery side of why everything is happening, it will keep us guessing as to what the motivation is. As well as seeing whether Cheung Sung-Bong can solve the crime in time.
Final Thoughts – Raging Fire is an entertaining action movie with Donnie Yen starring.