Furie (2019) - Action

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Veronica Ngo stars as an ex-gangster who is lying low in the countryside after becoming a mother, but she can't escape her violent past when her daughter is kidnapped.

IMDB: 6.4
Director: Le-Van Kiet
Stars: undefined, Van Veronica Ngo
Length: 98 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 4 out of 41 found boring (9.75%)

One-line Reviews (33)

Even it has flaws, this movie still worth watching .

Simple and boring plot .

In his seventh feature film, Vietnamese director Le-Van Kiet conceives his most accomplished film, an exciting, well-done action thriller filled with sensational chases and martial arts fights.

Is this film worth watching?

Some just stay with you because of the intense scenes.

Reminiscent of Angela Mao, Van Veronica Ngo's stunning looks and martial arts keep you hanging on in this movie.

Entertaining .

Too much paid promotion on press and social media, not worth going to watch, waste of time

When the irate women insist Mai empty her pockets so they can verify if she has stolen anything else, the little girl flees in a rage.

Later, the action moves to a city and a train and becomes more predictable and CGI-enhanced, but always remains watchable and enjoyable throughout.

Entertaining .

It's one of the more enjoyable ones I've seen in some time and can highly recommend.

It may slow down a little in the middle period, it's a mostly rapid-fire, relentless affair that takes simple action thrills and turns them into immensely enjoyable popcorn viewing.

As a result, Furie proves a hugely entertaining and equally engrossing action thriller throughout.

But it is entertaining and calls attention to the World Problem of child trafficking.

, amazing actress ,thrilling plot ,non stop john wick action, good shot...

However, with an equally engrossing and fantastically simple revenge story and brilliant lead turn from Veronica Ngo, it's a film that's certain to entertain all fans of action from beginning to end.

However, if I were to have one problem with the film, I would say that it does slow down a little too much in the middle period, missing out on the breathless action thrills of the first and final acts that really make this film so memorable.

Although the plot is not that twisty or something,it is still worth watching

Don't waste your time .

The film has no plot, the fight scene is fine , "Taken" female version

Super thrilling action film made In VN .

In Saigon, Hai contacts the municipal police, but they are slow to react, and she doesn't have the time to sit around and patiently wait on them.

Intense revenge thrillers are more common than any other premise nowadays, but too often do films in the genre take a dark, overly gritty approach to things, with the likes of Run All Night, The Foreigner and many more missing the mark in recent years when it comes to delivering a properly entertaining action thriller.

With the action sensibilities of John Wick blended with a thrilling Taken-esque story, and hugely entertaining martial arts action throughout, Furie is an absolute riot from beginning to end.

Furie, on the other hand, places fun, exciting and dynamic action entertainment at the forefront from start to finish, resulting in a film that's jam-packed with both the intensity that a great revenge thriller warrants, as well as fun-loving, slightly over-the-top action and choreography to give you an enjoyable hour and a half.

Full of typical melodramatic moments but compelling throughout.

She gives a fascinating, vivid performance as the desperate mother, while Kiet provides amusing non-stop action sequences and a soft, relevant commentary on the horrors of organ trafficking.

So, while there's the excitement and thrill of heavy, intense action throughout, this film still has those fun-loving, laughter-inducing sensibilties, making it an immensely entertaining watch, furthered only by the striking visuals, quick-paced cinematography and editing, and brilliant fight choreography throughout.

Very entertaining with lots of fighting action.

Don't waste your time on this trash.

Like the best outlandish but exciting thrillers, "Furie" delivers suspenseful, nail-biting sequences as well as giddy, adrenaline-laced, martial arts combat scenes.

Overall, I had great fun with Furie, thanks principally to its thrilling, fun-loving action sensibilities that feature exhilarating martial arts choreography and striking direction throughout.