Three | Blu-ray & DVD (Well Go USA)

Three | Blu-ray & DVD (Well Go USA)

Three | Blu-ray & DVD (Well Go USA)

RELEASE DATE: April 4, 2017

Johnnie To’s critically acclaimed action thriller Three (read our review) is heading onto digital March 7th and on Blu-ray & DVD April 4th from Well Go USA Entertainment.

When a police sting goes bad, a criminal (Chung) forces cops to shoot him. Now hospitalized, the criminal refuses treatment while waiting for his cohorts to break him out. Caught between a cop (Koo) and a surgeon assigned to save his life (Wei), the hospital is about to turn into a bloody battleground at any moment…

Three stars Louis Koo (Call of Heroes), Wallace Chung (Bounty Hunters) and Vicky Zhao Wei (14 Blades).

Bonus Materials Include:

  • “Master Director Johnnie To” featurette
  • “Three Complex Characters” featurette

Pre-order Three from today!

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11 Responses to Three | Blu-ray & DVD (Well Go USA)

  1. Jeremy says:

    Brilliant. Love the premis

  2. Tory says:

    It’s Johnnie To, so you know it’ll be good. But yeah, that premise sounds mighty fun. I can already see some of what To could pull off here.

  3. OpiumKungFuAsshole says:

    To is my favorite director. Johnny To is like if Woo never left Hong Kong to do Hollywood, that would be Johnny To!!!

  4. Masterofoneinchpunch says:

    To is also one of my favorite directors. I will watch anything he directs (doesn’t mean I always like it), but he is consistently one of the most sagacious living directors. I do wonder if he will have any censorship issues.

  5. AFS says:

    I don’t think Gao Yuanyuan is in the film. Or are you aware of a cameo ?

  6. Kyle Warner says:

    Any new Johnnie To crime flick is a cause for celebration. Looking forward to it.

  7. Tiger says:

    Excellent News – looking forward to this

  8. Grant says:

    I just watched it last night. As far as To’s films go it is definitely a minor work – the story gets very muddled halfway through and never really recovers – but it does have some great performances by the three leads as well as a masterful action scene at the film’s climax.

  9. Gary Tin-Lun Lau says:

    I watched it 2 nights ago. Buildup was great but I guarantee you will walk out of the theatre confused. Lo Hoi Pang is literally the scene stealer and reminds viewers why he is one of the favorite EYT performers. 鵬叔好嘢!

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