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Police Story 3: Super Cop Details

FULL SYNOPSIS

Even for viewers who can take or leave martial-arts films, the work of Jackie Chan bears special attention. Chan is quite simply the hardest-working movie star in the world, regularly participating in the sort of death-defying stuntwork which would make most American action heroes cringe in fear. Combining his daredevil heroics with an almost goofy brand of self-effacing humor, Chan is one of the genre's most entertaining and engaging personalities. In this film, third in the Police Story series, Chan plays a Hong Kong detective working undercover with the Chinese police to nab a Malaysian druglord. The usual hair-raising gamut of stunts follow, and numerous shootouts, fights and explosions surround the plucky cop as he combats bad guys atop a moving train, a bus, a motorcycle, a speedboat, cars, and trucks, eventually being swung through the city at high speed on a rope-ladder suspended from a helicopter. For the kind of fast-paced exotic thrills that make James Bond look like a wimp, this film is the place to go. There are some amusing comedy bits too, as when Chan's superiors all go undercover as his long-lost family, and the story zips along at a feverish clip. ~ Robert Firsching, Rovi

  • Release date:July 26, 1992

Crew

Stanley Tong
Director
Willie Chan
Producer
Tseng King-Sang
Producer
Edward Tang
Producer
Edward Tang
Screenwriter
Tseng King-Sang
Screenwriter
Joel McNeely
Composer (Music Score)
Cheung Ka-Fai
Editor
Oliver Wong
Art Director
Leonard Ho
Executive Producer
Jackie Chan
Executive Producer
Barbie Tung
Executive in Charge of Production
Stanley Tong
Fights Choreographer
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