Deal on Fire! Railroad Tigers | Blu-ray | Only $9.99 – Expires soon!

Railroad Tigers | Blu-ray & DVD (Well Go USA)

Railroad Tigers | Blu-ray & DVD (Well Go USA)

Today’s Deal on Fire is the Blu-ray for Jackie Chan’s Railroad Tigers (read our review).

This period actioner reunites the legend with director Ding Sheng (Little Big Soldier, Police Story 2013) for a 3rd time. The film also stars Xu Fan (A World Without Thieves), Edison Huang (Gentle Bullet) and Koji (Color War).

In Railroad Tigers, a railroad worker (Chan) and his ragtag group of freedom fighters find themselves on the wrong side of the tracks when they decide to ambush a heavily armed military train filled with desperately needed provisions. Unarmed and outnumbered, they must fight back against an entire army using only their wits, in a series of a dazzling set pieces and action scenes rivaling anything seen on the big screen.

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6 Responses to Deal on Fire! Railroad Tigers | Blu-ray | Only $9.99 – Expires soon!

  1. ColinJ says:

    My problem with Mainland films is that China has all the money in the word and can get the slickest production values. But they don’t have stars with an ounce of the charisma that Hong Kong has developed over the years.

    • John says:

      I cannot agree more.

    • Murikov says:

      True story. Even former HK directors and producers, now under the servitude of Mainland production companies, can’t bring back the golden years.

      Oh, and another Mainland movie about the resistance against the Japanese. How surprising and original.

    • AFS says:

      Couldn’t agree less. Chinese cinema has issues, but it is certainly not lacking in charismatic and talented stars.

  2. Dan says:

    Looking forward to this. Looks like it will be a lot of fun. Much better than that Kung-fu Yoga mess.

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