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Kuang feng mi ming (1993)

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Credited cast:
Cynthia Khan ...
Supercop Nieh Chuan Ling
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CID Chiu Sui
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CID Yoki
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chuen-Yee Cha ...
Dr. Chin Shui
Chun Cho ...
Commissar
Jeong-il Choi ...
Rogue Supercop Fei
Woon Ling Hau ...
Old Lady
Bei-Dak Lai ...
Supercops Manager Kao Chang
Chiu-Wing Lam ...
CID Jung
Chi Kit Lee ...
Rogue Supercop Chun
Kwok-King Ng ...
CID Agent
Kuei-Tsui Sun ...
Chiu Sui's Girlfriend
Yin Szema ...
Chin Shui's Assistant
Cher Yeung ...
CID Director
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Rogue Supercop Coach
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21 October 1993 (Hong Kong)  »

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Super Lady Cop  »

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Only for those who prefer flying-fu to kung-fu
14 August 2007 | by See all my reviews

Whoa! I don't think I've seen such a collection of beautiful Asian women all in one movie since "The Inspector Wears Skirts": Cynthia Khan, the young girl that hooks up with the hero, the hero's former girlfriend, the female police officer, the villain's girlfriend (ESPECIALLY her), they all re-affirm my idea that 9 out of 10 Asian women between the ages of 20 and 40 are sexy as hell. Unfortunately, that's about the only worthwhile aspect of "Super Lady Cop". Of course, I realize that people have different tastes, and if you like incoherent stories and silly, sped-up, over-the-top fight scenes with people flying, swirling, jumping, bouncing and rolling like balls, you'll love this film. If, on the other hand, you prefer stories that make sense and fight scenes that allow the stars to show their real abilities, then look for something else. IMO, films like "Super Lady Cop" and "Angel On Fire" are the ones to blame for the fact that Cynthia Khan never achieved as much fame and recognition as she could have, even among genre devotees. (*)

Note: it's possible that there are various versions of this movie out there. On my subtitled DVD version, Cynthia never actually transforms into Chun Li as another reviewer described, although she IS referred to by that name throughout the movie.


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