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The Project A Collection [Blu-ray] [US]

The Project A Collection [Blu-ray] [US]

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Release Date: 15/10/2024

Starring as a swashbuckling turn-of-the-century coastguard, hot on the trail of cut-throat pirates, smugglers and free-wheeling police officers, Jackie Chan treat his audience to a fun-filled, action-packed motion-picture, experience, which shows him at his most reckless and brilliant and has become a benchmark standard for other filmmakers to follow.

PROJECT A - Dragon Ma (Jackie Chan, Rush Hour) is a lieutenant in the 19th-century Hong Kong marines. Pirates have been terrorizing local waters, with assistance from the corrupt authorities. Dragon Ma hopes to defeat the evil pirate clan led by Sanpao (Dick Wei), but his plan is short-circuited. Ma then teams with a navy admiral (Hak Suen Lau), a police captain Tzu (Biao Yuen) and a crafty thief (Sammo Hung) in a new round of high-seas battles with Sanpao and his pirates.

PROJECT A: PART II - Corrupt police inspector Chun (David Lam) has made himself the most powerful law enforcement officer in Hong Kong by staging high-profile arrests of the criminals and mobsters with whom he's in cahoots. The British authorities know Chun is a dirty cop but have not been able to infiltrate his inner circle. Enter fearless and incorruptible military policeman "Dragon Ma" Yun (Jackie Chan), who comes back to his hometown to pose as Chun's new right-hand man and take down both cops and criminals.

Special Features and Technical Specs:

  • MORE TBC
  • Interview with stuntman Mars
  • Interview with writer and producer Edward Tang
  • Interview with composer Michael Lai
  • Interview with producer Michael Chan Wai-Man
  • Interview with actor Dick Wei
  • Interview with actor Lee Hoi San
  • Interview with actor Yuen Biao
  • English Dub
  • BRAND NEW 2024 Interview with Stuntman Mars
  • Interview with Jackie Chan
  • Cantonese-language options in Dolby Atmos and Cantonese 1.0 and with newly translated subtitle
  • HD (1080p) UHD presentation of the Taiwan Cut [115 mins] in original 2.39:1 Aspect Ratio from a new 4K Master
  • HD (1080p) UHD presentation of the Hong Kong Cut [106 mins] in original 2.39:1 Aspect Ratio from a new 4K Master
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