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New Police Story (2004) More at IMDbPro »San ging caat goo si (original title)

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Director:
Writer:
Alan Yuen (screenplay)
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Release Date:
23 September 2004 (Thailand) See more »
Genre:
Plot:
A hero cop accidentally leads his team into a trap from which he is the only survivor. Drowning his guilt in booze, he is eventually assigned a new younger partner who turns out to have his own secrets. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Awards:
7 wins & 20 nominations See more »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Jackie Chan ... Senior Insp. Chan Kwok-Wing

Nicholas Tse ... Zheng Xiaofeng / Frank Cheng Siu-fung
Mak Bau ... Negotiator
Tak-Bun Wong ... Robber (as Wong Tak Bun)
Winnie Leung ... Female hostage
Wai-Leung Kwok ... Male hostage (as Eric Kwok)
Deep Ng ... Rocky, Wing's team member
Ken Lo ... Kwong, Wing's team member (as Kenneth Low)
Tony Ho ... Chui, Wing's team member
Timmy Hung ... Tin Ming - Wing's team member (as Hung Tin Ming)
Tin Chiu Hung ... Chiu - Wing's team member (as Hung Tin Chiu)
Carl Ng ... Carl, Wing's team member
Andrew Lin ... Hoi, Wing's team member
Samuel Pang ... Sam, Wing's team member
Philip Ng ... Phillip, Wing's team member
John Sham ... Eric Chow
Hsim Sau Kwan ... Reporter

Charlie Yeung ... Sun Ho Yee
Asuka Higuchi ... Kwong's Wife (as Higuchi Asuka)
Mandy Chiang ... Chui's girlfriend
Koey Wong ... Tin Ming's girlfriend
Alva Chun ... Hoi's girlfriend

Daniel Wu ... Joe Kwan
Coco Chiang ... Sue Chow
Lau Yi Tai ... Bank manager

Terence Yin ... Fire

Andy On ... Tin Tin Law
Hiro Hayama ... Max Leung
Dave Wong ... Sam Wong (as Wang Chieh)
Tseung Huk ... Policeman
Mason Chun ... Policeman
Stephen Choi ... Policeman
Alex Lee ... Policeman
Roderick Lam ... Sam Wong's assistant

Kai Chi Liu ... Commander Tai
Joyce Lau ... Funeral attendee
Fanny Yeung ... Funeral Attendee
Ada To ... Funeral attendee
Liu Jia ... Jazz Bar Saxophone Player
Audio Traffic ... Jazz Bar Band
Kenny Kwan ... Red Hair (as Kenny W. Kwan Jr.)
Steven Cheung ... Green Hair (as Chueng Chi Hang)
Yoki Man ... Woman with bad snatched

Charlene Choi ... Sa Sa
Ting-Chi Ip ... Policewoman
Hoi Pik Wong ... Policewoman
Agnes Pang ... Policewoman
Sandy Leung ... Policewoman
Ng Hoi Ying ... Policewoman
Phoebe Tang ... Policewoman
Wing Wong ... Policewoman
Dedy Lau ... Policewoman

Rongguang Yu ... Commander Chiu (as Yu Rong Guang)
Curien Wong ... Chui's Team Member
Lam Wai Pen ... Chui's Team Member
Martin Ma ... Chui's Team Member

Tony Leung ... Chui's Team Member
Maggie Fung ... Chui's Team Member
Chun Sun ... Joe's Kwan's father
Yau-wai Lui ... Joe Kwan's mother (as Lisa Lui)
Ting-Fung Li ... Joe Kwan - Aged 6
Hyun Jin Park ... Disco Bouncer
Jun He ... Disco Bouncer
Gang Wu ... Disco Bouncer
Stephen Bohn ... X-Game Player
Stephen Julien ... X-Game Player
Lee Wai Lung ... Bus Driver
Yip Yun Keung ... Parents of Pre-school Children
Chan Hu Ling ... Parents of Pre-School Children
Lam Chi Po ... Duty Officer
Kin-Yung Tsang ... Duty Officer
Chun Loong Wong ... Officer at Detention Room
Kai Kit Lee ... Detention Room Suspect
Cash Lee ... Detention Room Suspect (as Cash Li)
Nic Yan ... Detention Room Suspect
Chi Tai Lam ... Thieves' Lawyer
Eric Tin Cheung Li ... Thieves' Lawyer (as Martin Li)
Brenda Chan ... Thieves' Parents
Mei-Ling Luk ... Max's mother
Ken Ling ... Thieves' Parents
Yu Sui Lung ... Thieves' Parents
Cheung Shek ... Cyber Cafe Customer
Didi Chok ... Bang Manageress
Eddie Li ... Policeman at HKCEC
Zac Koo ... Policeman at HKCEC
Chung-yue Chiu ... Policewoman at HKCEC
Louisa Ng ... Policewoman at HKCEC
Ringo Chen ... Tourist
Wu Bai ... Zheng Xiaofeng's Father
Lau Ho Chun ... Zheng Xiaofeng - Aged 8
Kam Hung Wong ... Convenience Store Staff
Wai-Yip Ho ... Police Officer Outside Convenience Store
Yiu Ming Tai ... Police Officer Outside Convenience Store
Heaven Ho ... Chui's Team Member
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Hin-Wai Au ... Doctor
Mason Chiu ... Policeman #2
Chi-Bok Lam ... Policeman at Station
Ho-Ngai Lau ... Policewoman
Chi-Kei Lee ... Max's father
Chi-Wang Wong ... Chui's Team Member
Yuk Long Wong ... Police Officer at Lock-Up
Anthony Carpio ... Disco Bouncer (uncredited)
Tat-Kwong Chan ... Disco Bouncer (uncredited)
Mars ... Extra (uncredited)

Directed by
Benny Chan 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Alan Yuen  screenplay

Produced by
Jackie Chan .... executive producer
Willie Chan .... executive producer
Willie Chan .... producer
Solon So .... producer
Barbie Tung .... producer
Buting Yang .... executive producer
Albert Yeung .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Tommy Wai 
 
Cinematography by
Anthony Pun 
 
Film Editing by
Chi Wai Yau 
 
Art Direction by
Sung Pong Choo 
Ching-Ching Wong 
Oliver Wong 
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Stephanie Cheung .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Wai-Ming Wong .... props manager
 
Sound Department
Ngai Cheung .... dubbing editor: mandarin
Chi-Tong Ho .... sound recordist (as Tommy Ho)
Kinson Tsang .... sound designer
Kinson Tsang .... sound re-recording mixer
George Lee Yiu-Keung .... sound re-recording mixer
 
Visual Effects by
Po Yan Chan .... compositor
Mark Joey Tang .... compositor (as Joey Tang)
Eddy Wong .... visual effects supervisor
Victor Wong .... visual effects supervisor
 
Stunts
Bradley James Allan .... stunt choreographer (as Jackie Chan Stunt Team)
Jackie Chan Stunt Team .... stunt choreographer
Jackie Chan .... stunt director
Jun He .... stunts
Stéphane Julien .... stunt double
In Seob Lee .... additional stunt double: Jackie Chan
Chung Chi Li .... stunt choreographer
Cha-Cha Mong .... stunt double
Hyun Jin Park .... stunt double
Gang Wu .... stunts
Paul Andreovski .... stunts (uncredited)
Bradd Buckley .... stunts (uncredited)
Anthony Carpio .... stunts (uncredited)
Jackie Chan .... stunt actor (uncredited)
Tat-Kwong Chan .... stunts (uncredited)
Han Guan Hua .... additional stunt double: Jackie Chan (uncredited)
Mars .... stunts (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Siu-Ming Lin .... electrician
Wai-Chuen Wong .... gaffer
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Man Kit Chow .... wardrobe supervisor
 
Other crew
Jackie Chan .... action director
Glen Chin .... english subtitle translation
Kwok-Choi Chiu .... continuity
Kingman Cho .... post production coordinator (as Ging-man Cho)
Dickson Leung .... post production coordinator
Van Liu .... production coordinator
Chun Ling Tao .... production coordinator
Bruce Yu .... image consultant
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"San ging caat goo si" - Hong Kong (original title)
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MPAA:
Rated R for violence
Runtime:
123 min
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Color:
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »
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Filming Locations:

Did You Know?

Trivia:
Jackie Chan himself filmed an explosion scene. When the fiery police car came sliding dangerously close, the crew jumped out of the way and tried to pull Jackie out of harm's way. But Jackie yelled, "No! Don't run!" and continued filming what turned out to be a spectacular piece of action.See more »
Goofs:
Revealing mistakes: When Sam is shot at the X Games event, as he falls back in slow motion, you can clearly see the squib vest the actor is wearing under his costume.See more »
Quotes:
[Chan has just knocked a goon out cold]
Zheng Xiaofeng:[Stops fighting and looks at Chan's handiwork] Oh! That's my man!
[Is subsequently punched in the mouth]
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Movie Connections:
Soundtrack:
September StormSee more »

FAQ

Why did Ho Yee try and cut the wires herself?
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41 out of 47 people found the following review useful.
Better than his recent movies, 30 November 2004
Author: Andrew Hollingsworth from Brighton, England

Anyone expecting a film to equal the classic Police Story will be disappointed. I didn't, so I wasn't.

Some comments have been rather scathing but I believe that New Police Story is the best Jackie Chan film to come out since Drunken Master 2, especially as far as action is concerned.

The story, although not perfect, is more than adequate and is something of a departure for Chan. He may not be the world's greatest actor but his performance is more than adequate. Although comedy action is what Jackie does best, that formula is getting tired now.

Although little of the action was original (bus stunt again, amongst others) it is much better in this film than any of his recent American financed films.

Wires have been used by Hong Kong action stars for a very long time now. Jackie Chan used wires in the New Police Story but that is nothing new for Chan now either, he is 50(ish) after all. Anyone who has worked with wires will tell you what hard work it is so it shouldn't be so easily dismissed.

Overall reasonably entertaining film that most Jackie Chan fans will enjoy as long as they are not expecting a film as good as Police Story.

One reviewer gave this 3/10 but if New Police Story is worth 3/10 then the Medallion (for me possibly the worst Jackie Chan film) should have a negative rating. I highly recommend this one to Jackie Chan fans and those who are not may be pleasantly surprised. I give the New Police Story 7/10.

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A bit too heavy on the drama and crying hellblade
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This is one of the best, if not THE best, Jackie Chan films ever. Semin_99x
A little OT (Tekken Movie) tokyosniper152
Why would Ho Yee cut the wires? jaipex
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