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Alex Silver 1 year ago
Possibly Jackie's best movie, especially for the crazy stunts.
Noah Rymer 4 years ago
Really amazing action, the story drags a bit in the middle.
Ryan Boucher over 5 years ago
I find it hard to dislike old jackie
Jack Chen over 7 years ago
When Jackie Chan directs his own movies, shit is awesome. Story is weak, but sweet action
Don Lathrop 11 months ago
Jonathan Deng almost 4 years ago
see 6 years ago
Dominique Laurion over 6 years ago
Nathan Blick 7 years ago
Daniel Jones over 7 years ago
りょーぺい over 7 years ago
Jaycee Marley over 7 years ago
Eric Richards almost 8 years ago
Chris Jaka almost 8 years ago
Robby McKilliam almost 8 years ago
Ben Schwarz almost 8 years ago
Lucas Silva-Myles almost 8 years ago
Jovian Chen 8 years ago
Police Story (Chinese: 警察故事; Mandarin Pinyin: Jǐngchá Gùshì; Jyutping: Ging2 caat3 gu3 si6) is a 1985 Hong Kong martial arts action comedy film directed by and starring Jackie Chan and written by Chan and Edward Tang. It is the first of the Police Story series featuring Chan as a Hong Kong police detective named "Kevin" Chan Ka-Kui. Chan began work on the film after a disappointing experience working with the director James Glickenhaus on The Protector, which was intended to be his entry into the American film market. Police Story was a huge success in East Asia. It won the Best Film award at the 1986 Hong Kong Film Awards. According to Chan's autobiography, he considers the film his best in terms of action. The Royal Hong Kong Police Force is planning a major undercover sting called "Operation Boar Hunt" to arrest crime lord Chu Tao (Yuen Chor). Inspector Chan Ka-Kui (or Kevin Chan in some versions) is part of the operation, along with undercover officers stationed in a shanty town....
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