It does not contain any of the scenes specific to the Hong Kong version. Best example is her jump onto a moving train while riding a motorcycle. He does not actually know anyone in the village, but is pleasantly relieved to be greeted by undercover police posing as his family, with Yang as his sister. This is certainly the best in the police story series, the action is fantastic, the humor brilliant, the story well put together. The music isn't bad in some spots and the storyline is great. Trying to hold Yeoh so she can fire at the bad guys wasn't to easy for Jackie. She's so underrated, in America, and so, so damn irresistible and desirable and hot and sooo sweet omg wow insane.
And she actually adds a lot to the film and her fighting and stunt works are just fantastic. Wah Yuen is another top actor from Hong Kong and plays a successful role as the Hong Kong top gangster's little brother. I can't think of a better reason to stay through the entire movie. Although it has the original soundtrack, it is cut to fit the visuals of the included Dimension Supercop version. But just like all good Jackie Chan movies they're all movies with tons of comedy in them.
Rating : Good , the picture has its sensational moments , mostly provided by its agile star, the great Jackie Chan. Forget about the plot and just sit back and enjoy the spectacular stunts, broad comedy, it's even funnier in this dubbed version , and first rate action sequences including an absolutely terrific climatic chase scene involving a train, a helicopter and a rope ladder between the two while the redoubtable Michelle Yeoh proves to be every bit Chan's equal when the chips are down. Sure he's not an awesome actor or anything but he is definitely likable and a funny guy with an amazing level of talent for the physical fight scenes and stunt work. Rating: R Runtime: 95 Mins, 91 Mins U. He takes them with him to a big grower's fortified compound in the of , for a meeting of big-time traffickers.
I liked the part where Chan Jackie Chan goes to this martial arts school where everyone were in school uniform, and the perform every feat possible. I enjoyed it, and I'm sure most chan fans will enjoy it too. And again she goes through getting put into another conflicting situation. She's so f'ing gorgeous I love her it doesn't even make any sense. Michelle Yeoh is so incredibly sexy it's insane. While the two officers are in Malaysia preparing for the jail break, Ka Kui accidentally runs into his girlfriend May, who has traveled there from Hong Kong. However, she is the only person who knows the account number of a secret Swiss bank account hiding millions in drug money.
Most of her stunts in this movie are actually scarier and more daring than most of Chan's, and some of the most brutal took more than one take. Just last night I watched one of his not-so-great films and felt I needed to watch something that fits him, so I chose Supercop. Beats me how people could shell out eight bucks a pop to see Enemy of the State aka Mercury Rising aka Absolute Power. Soon his cover is blown, the villains abducts his sweetheart Maggie Chung and he is forced to help them pull off the jail break. This is hard to memorize. The wife of the crime boss has been detained in Malaysia for drug trafficking and is soon to be executed.
Like Chan, Khan does her own fighting and stunts. Also when it comes to the undercover work, there is actually quite a bit of creativity and good humor behind it as well. A gorgeous Chinese woman, martial-arts expert and efficient cop is doing her part all the time to protect Jackie Chan's back. Jackie is funny, and fun to watch. Jerry Bruckheimer could learn a thing or five from Stanley Tong. He has told her he's on assignment. He is sent to , where the Chinese police force's Interpol director, Inspector Jessica Yang , briefs him on his next assignment.
This time Chan join forces with another agent , a beautiful communist policewoman , well performed by Michelle Yeoh, both of whom are taken to Hong Kong to work for the syndicate. I prefer the more natural, aethetic Bruce Lee when it comes to studied martial arts. I have watched countless martial arts movies, and in some ways this ranks high up in the list. This movie alone shows how great of a stunt-woman she really is and plus she is a actress. That version is missing only a few minutes of material, but should be avoided nonetheless. Which is expected from Jackie Chan movies.
It's just done really well in this one. I've seen a lot of Jackie Chan films and its rare to find gem in the many jewels in the films he's made. With most of these Jackie Chan films, you are guaranteed of getting the same material, meaning: 1 tons of violence; 2 extraordinary stunt scenes; 3 good sound; 4 some hokey dubbed voices; 5 a juvenile story with even more- juvenile attempt at humor; 6 very little profanity and blood; 7 a stupid but still enjoying movie for at least one viewing. Here there's a lot of this stuff. Police Story 3: Super Cop was listed at 75th place on this list. By the way, during the closing credits they show some of the stunts that went wrong.
Meanwhile, watch Supercop and enjoy something fresh. Grateful Panther invites Ka-Kui to go with him to Hong Kong and join Chaibat's gang. Soon his cover is blown, the criminals kidnap his girlfriend and he is forced to help them pull off the jail break. Of course, this film stars Jackie Chan being his usual goofy self, deftly making his extraordinary skills as a martial artist, stuntman, and physical comedian look as natural as breathing, but the other amazing talent in this piece is exhibited by the fantastic stuntwoman Michelle Yeoh aka Michelle Khan , the same woman who for the first time blew away many Western moviegoers in Tomorrow Never Dies. Police Story 3 - Supercop 1.
It's probably the only movie Jackie Chan and Michelle Yeo stars together, and two best talents in martial arts action movie teams up together to get the drug lord in mainland China. Not a Chan classic perhaps but hugely entertaining nevertheless. Among the changes was the addition of a new score. Hong Kong policeman Ka Kui Chan Jackie Chan: Rumble In The Bronx, Rush Hour goes undercover in mainland China to bust a drug-smuggling ring and, with the help of undercover agent Jessica Yang Michelle Yeoh: Twinkle Twinkle Lucky Stars, Tomorrow Never Dies breaks the drug lord's brother out of prison to gain the trust of the syndicate. And of course the terrific Yuen Wah always makes a good villain! Definitely has to be a top 5 Chan film Police Story 3:Supercop or Supercop, if you prefer is one of Jackie Chan's best movies. However, she is the only one who knows the code of a secret account in Swiss. When the action gets to Malaysia things even improve much more.