The male leads Koo and Cheung are all the same cool and smart. Plus the Taiwan star Chow, it is a perfect combination of handsome men in a movie. I especially favour the acting of Cheung. He can be lazy while brave. And his acting as Captain Cool is always in mind. The plot is not without fault, but is at an acceptable level. If i am the police i would charge Cheung’s sister for helping the assinsin Chow. And it is just miracle that Cheung, a once addicted football gambler, could become a senior police inspector. Overall speaking, however, the story is much better than L Storm anyway. And I am surprised why only 5 is given as general rating. This page has s storm 2016, watch online, s storm 2016 free download, full movie hd.
Another Hong Kong film more concerned about pretty actors looking cool than any credibility. Erratic behaviour and shoddy police work. Undercover cops walking around with fingers constantly pressing on their “hidden” ear pieces. Really? Waste of time. I’m surprised that nobody else has reviewed S STORM on this site as it’s a fairly slick and popular Hong Kong thriller, albeit one made with Chinese backing. It’s a follow up to Z STORM, which I had hoped to watch first before Netflix randomly removed it a week after putting it up. The film stars Louis Koo as a financial cop who leads a team to battle corruption, this time in the sporting world. Filmxy has S Storm (2016) Online Full Movie, S Storm (2016) free download HD Bluray 720p 1080p with English subtitle. Stars: Louis Koo, Julian Cheung, Vic Chou.
There are various ne’er-do-wells ranged against him, and the plot plays out as a series of terse dialogue scenes interspersed with action moments. It’s a watchable but average kind of movie, made on a mid budget and occasionally veering into cheesiness with inexplicable events taking place. CGI is used to simulate blood, fire, etc. One typical moment has an assassin on a motorbike ride on to the top of a moving car to shoot his victim through the car’s roof, which made me burst into laughter; why not pull alongside it like a normal person? Realism isn’t key here. Still, the fast-moving plot means that this is never dull, and Koo is assured as the lead. A bit better than the first movie in the series, Z Storm (I see one reviewer here who thinks L Storm was the first and came before this one, even though that one is the 3rd movie in the series and comes after this one, lol), though as one other reviewer noted, that isn’t saying much. Still, at least with this one I wasn’t completely bored like I was with the previous mediocre movie. Still nothing special, but at least the directing is better this time around, and there is a little more thrill and action. Main actors are all right. This sequel in-name only to 2014’s Z Storm is definitely an improvement over its predecessor, which to be fair isn’t saying much. S Storm revolves around a football bookmaking syndicate with members in Hong Kong, which seems like a refreshing, modern update on the typical global syndicate cliche. Like most Hong Kong police movies or dramas, there are assassins, random A-listers and gunfights galore. Without giving away too much, Vic Chou’s mysterious assassin character is by far the best villain and character in the entire movie. Chou plays the character with emotion, though the character is itself rather badly written, and the character development seems somewhat forced, whose blame can be placed on the rather rushed runtime of an hour and forty minutes. This runtime not only claims Chou as its victim, but a good many others including veteran “grandpa” actor Loi Hai-pong, as well as a sudden, rushed subplot in China that really should have been shaved, since it doesn’t really accelerate the main plot.