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Future Cops (1993)

Chao ji xue xiao ba wang (original title)
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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Jing Wong (as Wong Jing)

Writer:

Jing Wong (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Andy Lau ... Ti Man / Balrog LaCerda
Jacky Cheung ... Broom Man / Guile
Aaron Kwok ... Lung / Ryu
Chingmy Yau ... Chun May / Chun Li
Dicky Cheung ... Chan Tai Hung / Yu Ti Hung / Son Goku
Simon Yam ... Ah-Sing / Dhalsim
Ekin Cheng ... Kent / Ken Masters
Winnie Lau ... Siu-Wai / Crab Angel
Charlie Yeung ... Choy-Nei / Shizuka
Andy Chi-On Hui ... Kei-On / Gian / Suneo
Ken Lo ... General / Vega
Billy Chow ... Thai King / Sagat
Dennis Chan ... Headmaster
Richard Ng ... Uncle Richard Yu / Green Wolf / Blanka
King-Tan Yuen ... Chun Dai / Chun Li
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Storyline

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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Action | Comedy | Sci-Fi

Certificate:

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Country:

Hong Kong

Language:

Cantonese | English

Release Date:

15 July 1993 (Hong Kong) See more »

Also Known As:

Street Fighter See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Trivia

The characters "Choy-Nei" and "Kei-On" are references to the original names of stars Charlie Yeung (Yeung Choi-Nei) and Andy Hui (Hui Chi-On). See more »

Quotes

[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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Connections

Version of Street Fighter II': Champion Edition (1993) See more »

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Not something you'd pay to watch
2 April 2006 | by Ms_RitaFairbanksSee all my reviews

This movie wasn't as bad as people say it was. I've never heard of "Street Fighters" so I didn't really care that it was parodying it. I guess it's the sort of movie you wouldn't pay more than $5.00 for, but it would make the perfect party movie. The humour isn't smart, but it isn't so stupid that you cringe. It's actually pretty funny. Andy Lau was adorable, Jacky Cheung was cute, and just the whole atmosphere of the film let you relieve yourself of any seriousness. I mean, you could just see that those in the movie were acting with such an inane silliness, and so you can't help losing yourself in the zaniness of the film. Totally not Oscar-worthy in any sense, but nice fluff to get your mind off work and just have fun! Andy and Jacky are great and the cast has a floating charm, so go watch it with friends.


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