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Vê Si Sài Gòn is a movie starring Thai Hoa, Kim Ly, and Chi Pu. Saigon Bodyguards follows the intense and hilarious journey of two professional bodyguards tasked with their most important assignment ever.

Adventure, Comedy, Action
Ken Ochiai
Thai Hoa, Be Tran, Chi Pu, Kim Ly

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Product details

Genres Adventure, Comedy, Action
Director Ken Ochiai
Writer Michael Thai, Ken Ochiai, Michael Thai
Stars Thai Hoa, Be Tran, Chi Pu, Kim Ly
Country Vietnam, Canada
Also Known As Vệ Sĩ Sài Gòn, サイゴン・ボディガード, Saigon Bodyguards
Runtime 1 h 52 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Saigon Bodyguards follows the intense and hilarious journey of two professional bodyguards tasked with their most important assignment ever.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 14 Jul 2020 17:55

A good storyline, good supporting actors, great fight sequences, nice makeup effects, etc. In a nutshell, Kung Fu Panda 3. But that's just a little of the overall goodness in this movie. The true star of this movie is in the voice cast. Who knows what could have been if those guys would have given their own voices to the characters. Without the great voice of Johnny Lee Miller, the movie would have been worse than mediocre. I believe the movie was going to be good but if it had a better voice cast, the movie would have been even better. As far as the plot goes, it is rather simple. A giant ape wants to bring back his master and get his body back so he can live forever. So his masters army comes to defeat him. One thing that I didn't like in this movie was the way the movie was going to end. It was going to be a boring finale and I was looking forward to a better ending. But it was very good. The ending was what I was looking for, a good finale. Another thing that I wasn't pleased with was that the character names weren't even made clear. The voice actors don't even give any hints. They just give the characters names like "the wushu master", "the money master", "the hot shot wushu master", etc. The movie didn't really have a script. It was more like a loose story of the three ape characters. One guy can't kill another guy, they team up and are going to beat the big ape, the other guy gets stuck and they team up again and then fight against the big ape. And so on. Overall, I give Kung Fu Panda 3 a 9 out of 10. It was really a great movie. It's a movie that can be watched multiple times. It's a movie that can be enjoyed by a lot of people. This movie is very entertaining and very good.
Friday, 22 May 2020 16:03

An amiable comedy with a strong script, comic timing, and direction. The story of "The Man from Ken Chen" is simple. An expert samurai is no match for a wimpy woman with a pair of wild heels. When the katana is missing and the other lady is killed, the hero is offered a gift: a leather-bound book of martial arts rules. After a brief apprenticeship, he defeats the baddie and is invited to a banquet where he learns the secrets of a martial art called "pudding" (which may be translated as "sharp dagger"). The other lady has only one weapon: a long sword. She uses the pudding to kill all the baddies with stunning precision and cunning. The hero goes to the martial arts school in hopes of learning the secret of pudding. There he meets a number of martial artists, such as the one with the long sword, and they all meet a tragic end, including the one with the pudding. The plot moves at a breakneck pace. The scene where the hero encounters the baddie is so fantastically acted, it is impossible to describe in words. The cinematography is spectacular, including scenes in the night time and inside the convent. The "stakeout" scene where the baddie escapes from the convent and falls off a roof is particularly impressive. The fights are wild, fast and daring. Some of the action scenes are terrific, and the kung fu and swordplay are well done. The film is funny, but the comedy is more subtle than the usual kung fu comedy. The final fight scene between the hero and the baddie is superbly done. He effortlessly dodges and parries the baddie's attacks while she and the baddie try to kill him. It is exhilarating and fascinating to watch the hero successfully fight the baddie with only one weapon. The hero doesn't waste his skill on flashy movements and flashy swordplay. The second act is very strong, with a great fight between the good and baddies. The final scene is also good. The character of the villain is also interesting. He is charismatic, but sadistic. He is a strong character, but at the same time he is a coward. The hero does not become a hero until the end. The baddie is not a caricature. She is a tough woman, but not a strong woman. She is the type of woman that a man like the hero should marry. The hero, at the end, does not become a strong man. He becomes a weak man. There are a number of subplots, but the main plot is this: a group of strong women with the power to kill all the baddies who run amok in a convent. They become embroiled in a battle between good and evil, the good and the baddies, and the hero and the villain. This is a very exciting movie. The best aspect of the movie is the way the script is written and the way the actors act. The only flaw is that the script is not as strong as the acting. The kung fu and swordplay are spectacular. The movie moves at a fast pace. It is not too long, but there are enough action scenes. Some of the action is inventive. Some of the action scenes are extremely interesting. In short

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