Lulu Wong, a rich socialite, is actually the masked vigilante Silver Hawk. She meets Mr. Man. Mr. Man is with the police, and he has been asked to arrest Silver Hawk. At first, Mr. Man does not realize that Lulu Wong is the same person he grew to respect at a kung fu school when they were both children. A professor is kidnapped. He has the secret to a computer chip that can tap the human brain, which he wants to use to assist mankind. The daughter of the CEO/founder of a cell phone company gets kidnapped by the same evil-doers. To discover the plan and stop it, Lulu Wong, as Silver Hawk; and policeman Man must do several choreographed fight scenes against henchmen, use the help of the professor's computer genius assistant, join forces, break into the bad guys fortress and save everyone. Written by
The law has limits. She Doesn't.
19 January 2004 (Hong Kong)
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Opening Weekend: $227,125
(23 January 2004)
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Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
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Silver Hawk's trademark silver BMW bike seems to gain and lose the magnetic grapple/rocket launcher tubes at random - most notably when she escapes from her first encounter at Wolfe's lair - when she summons the bike, the tubes are there, but when Superintendent Man catches up with her, they're gone (although you can see the mounting points on the fairing). See more
What's that about you, Silver Hawk and a lamppost?
[Man looks nervous and doesn't know what to say. Lulu starts giggling
It's not true, right?
[Man laughs nervously and then goes completely serious the next second
I want your real telephone-number! No more tricks.
References First Blood