In just 3 days, three cases of Smiling Murder shock Hong Kong. The young detective Wang Bu'er and his buddy Huang Feihong embark on an investigation full of excitement and unexpected events.


Tsz Ming Wong





Cast overview, first billed only:
Jet Li ... Huang Feihong
Zhang Wen ... Wang Bu'er
Shi Shi Liu ... Liu Jinshui (as Shishi Liu)
Michelle Chen ... Sgt Angela
Yan Liu ... Dai Yiyi
Collin Chou ... Chen Hu
Lik-Sun Fong ... Fortune Teller
Stephen Fung ... Liu Jun
Xiaoming Huang ... Man in Black
Raymond Lam ... Gao Min
Ka-Yan Leung ... Tiger Crane Lucky
Siu-Lung Leung ... Liu Jinshui's uncle
Yili Ma ... The Lieutenant
Stephy Tang ... Driver
Liang Tian ... Liu Jinshui's Ex-boyfriend


Badges Of Fury, a crime thriller featuring one hell of a martial arts trio with Jet Li (needs no introduction), Collin Chou (The Matrix Reloaded, Flashpoint) and Wu Jing (SPL / Kill Zone) in the lead roles. When a spate of eerie murders erupts across HK two troublemaking cops are assigned to the case. Young maverick WANG and grizzled vet HUANG who is fed up with his reckless younger partner always landing them in hot water. Reaching a dead end after discovering all the victims were former boyfriends of aspiring starlet LIU, the detectives must play a deadly game. One of them must go undercover as Liu's lover to lure the killer out. Li, Chou and Wu are three of the finest screen fighters in the world and with Kung Fu Hustle and Crouching Tiger vet Po Chu Chui in the producer's chair here's betting they're put to good use. Written by IFTEKHAR HUSAIN SIR

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The film references the Police Story franchise with Jackie Chan. Jet Li and Jackie Chan starred in The Forbidden Kingdom (2008) together. See more »


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Silly, a poor project for Jet Li
21 January 2014 | by dworldeaterSee all my reviews

I bought this expecting a badass cop movie starring Jet Li. Instead, Jet Li's role is more like a cameo appearance and the film really is a bad comedy with occasional kung fu fight sequences thrown in. I did enjoy the few fight scenes contained here, but as a whole the film is awful.The story is inept, uninteresting and stupid. The humorous aspects of the film rely on crude jokes, slapstick comedy, over the top, ridiculous moments, as well as references to Jet Li's career (officer Huang Fei Huang). That said it might have been fine, except those responsible forgot to make it funny. This movie makes the most crude, lowbrow work of producer/director Wong Jing look like highly intellectual art. Jet Li has proved with his previous films he is a very capable actor that can carry all sorts of stuff. Even though he only had a cameo appearance, Badges Of Fury is a waste of Jet Li's talents and not a good project. Hopefully, Jet Li will be given more than five minutes screen time in the next Expendables installment, one would hope.

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