AKA Police Story III. Chan Ka-Kui returns to fight the bad guys.
##Planes, trains, and automobiles
I actually saw this years before it came out in mainstream release. Back
then it was touring the art-house movie theaters under the title “Police
I saw it a the “Towne Theatre” where it played to a sold out audience.
This is one of [[Jackie Chan]]’s most plot-driven vehicles yet. He plays
“Chen Ka-Kui”, a Hong Kong cop who is recruited by the British Government
of Hong Kong to infiltrate a drug lords gang by helping to break the
right-hand-man out of prison, thus earning his trust.
It sounds like a plot for the next Sylvester Stallone, or Arnold
Schwarzenegger movie. But it’s much better than that. I liked it so much
because it didn’t dumb down any of the plot devices to make it easy on the
audience. There are quite a few twists and turns, and you’re never quite
sure if Jackie has successfully infiltrated the gang. But it doesn’t stop
there. There are some wonderful comedic moments, and the finale has to be
seen to be believed.