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Chao ji xue xiao ba wang (1993)

Not Rated | | Action, Comedy, Sci-Fi | 15 July 1993 (Hong Kong)
Ryu, Dhalsim and Vega are sent out to stop M. Bison. They befriend a teenage school student and seek out Bison. Bison sends out his own soliders, Ken and Sagat.

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Cast

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Lung / Ryu
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Chun May / Chun Li
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Chan Tai Hung / Yu Ti Hung / Son Goku
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Ah-Sing / Dhalsim
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Kent / Ken Masters
Winnie Lau ...
Siu-Wai / Crab Angel
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Choy-Nei / Shizuka
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Kei-On / Gian / Suneo
Ken Lo ...
General / Vega
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Thai King / Sagat
Dennis Chan ...
Headmaster
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Uncle Richard Yu / Green Wolf / Blanka
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Chun Dai / Chun Li
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Ryu, Dhalsim and Vega are sent out to stop M. Bison. They befriend a teenage school student and seek out Bison. Bison sends out his own soliders, Ken and Sagat. Written by Marlboro Man

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Andy Hui's character, Kei-on is a combination of two characters from Japanese Comic, Doreamon, which are Suneo (where Andy Hui gets the weird hairstyle and wealthy background) and Giant (in the Cantonese version of Doreamon, Giant is called Kei-on and he is a big bully). Dicky Cheung's character is also a reference to Doraemon's main character Nobita (Cantonese version is called Dai-hung, always a bully victim of Giant and Suneo), and Charlie Yeung's character is obviously refers to Shizuka (Nobita's love interest in Doraemon). In fact, in the film there is also a reference to Doraemon comic. Once Hung discover the identity and ability of those three 'future cops' he exclaim that "it is just like Dai-hung (Nobita) has three Ding-dong (Doraemon's name in Cantonese) altogether!" See more »

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[Learning that Lung is staying behind]
Ti Man: Kidding?
Broom Man: Kidding?
Ah Sing: Kidding?
All three: How come he gets to stay behind?
Police Captain: Because he is my wife's brother.
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The Crazy World of Wong Jing: Future Cops.
25 August 2005 | by See all my reviews

Future Cops (1994) was one of the last films that Wong Jing made using the STREET FIGHTER video game characters. This bizarre film that was written and directed by Wong Jing (fight direction by Ching Siu-Tung) is not only a violent affair but it's a hilarious end up of video games and teen comedies.

The movie begins sometime in the 25th century. A descendant of a great and powerful judge is in danger of flunking out of school. In order for the future to remain on it's current course, word has been received that the nation's enemies have built a time machine. They'll stop at nothing to make sure the 20th century descendant flunks out of school for good. To present this from happening, four of the best cops are sent back in time to watch over this kid. When they arrive in the 20th century, they see that the future's savior is a 28 year old high school student who's a total ween. His sister keeps him in check and he's oblivious from the affections of his hot girlfriend.

I don't know how to explain the rest of the movie. What occurs during the next ninety minutes goes beyond explanation. I don't even know where to start. But if you love slapstick comedy with heaping servings of low brown humor then you'll love this movie. If you have watched Wong Jing movies in the past and haven't already seen this film, what are you waiting for? Grab a copy of this movie today!! Stars Simon Yam, Andy Lau, Aaron Kwok Jacky Cheung, Chingmy Yau, Yuen King Tan, Ken Lo, Richard Ng, Charlie Yeung ,Dennis Chan and Dicky Cheung

Highly recommended.


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