Jade Leung, who delivers a lethal kick, the deadly and awesome cop who teams with policewoman Anita Lee track an arms dealer in Singapore. The fighting and stuntwork in this action film has... See full summary »

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Ken Chan
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Jade Leung, who delivers a lethal kick, the deadly and awesome cop who teams with policewoman Anita Lee track an arms dealer in Singapore. The fighting and stuntwork in this action film has audiences cheering for the women when they show their stuff. Written by Towne 3, San Jose, Ca

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11 March 1994 (Hong Kong)  »

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Chung gam suk  »

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"Lethal Weapon"-- Hong Kong style with a twist!
5 September 1999 | by (Seattle, WA) – See all my reviews

This was my second Jade Leung film and it was like watching a completely different Jade Leung from "Black Cat." She plays a tough as nails police detective but also shows her feminine side. I'm now officially a Jade Leung fan.

The story is basically "Lethal Weapon" with a twist: Leung plays the Mel Gibson part. She plays a no-holds-barred HK cop whose husband was murdered on their wedding night, so she has no fear of death. She's enlisted to stop an illegal arms smuggling ring by the Singapore police and is teamed up with Honey (Anita Lee)who, at times, steals some scenes from Leung with her own beauty and fighting expertise. Leung tries to woo a young lawyer protecting the evil Gwailo gun smuggler but loses love again in a gun battle and takes the fight in a air-borne helicopter stunt-fest. While sensual in some scenes, the film skirts the Cat III brand because of no graphic nudity, but Leung is enough to fill the screen with her beauty and grace.


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