Crime Story

Synopsis: A dark and handsome true-crime thriller about kidnapping and police corruption in Hong Kong. Once of Jackie Chan's most serious roles, but still overflowing with spectacular acrobatic sequences.
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama
Director(s): Kirk Wong, Jackie Chan
Production: Golden Harvest Company
  2 wins & 8 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
103 min

A Jackie Chan Production

Did you check the Mark Six

lottery numbers yet?

What for? If this goes well,

it'll be better than winning the lottery!

Let's do it!


Gag him!

You bastard!

Watch how you drive!

He strangled me from behind

and then his car hit us.

Son of a b*tch!

You're the one who stopped suddenly!

If he stopped so suddenly,

don't you know how to stop too!

- Don't talk to my brother like that!

- Or what?

Are you two done fighting?

With people like you, how are we

supposed to kidnap Wong Yat-Fei?

Do you think he's a corpse?

He's bound to fight back!


When we're in action, remember

to switch off all pagers!

If something unexpected happens,

know what to do!

Inspector Chan,

Triad Bureau.


Sign here.

Go straight in.

Thank you.

Inspector Chan, it happened

- What's the problem?

- Tense? Not at all.

Then please run through

what happened.

I'm in a lot of pain...

Police! Don't move!


It's okay.

You're still insisting

that you're not tense?


The psychological pressure felt by

our colleagues who've had to fire a gun

can be divided into

three different groups.

The first group is worried

about hurting the innocent.

The second is worried about

getting injured during the gunfight.

You damn cop, show your face!

Out of the way!

The last group cannot handle

the pressure of having killed someone

after firing at the criminal.

According to what you've said,

your circumstances

fit the profile of the last group.

This means you cannot handle

the pressure of having killed

someone by gunshot.

Even if you're right,

if you were in my shoes,

may I ask what you would you do?

Me? I would suggest to my superior that

I need a holiday and rest for a while.

Thank you very much!

I don't need to rest.

You can write up the report however

you want. That's all. Goodbye.

I, Ng Kwok-Wah,

from Haifeng, Guangzhou,

currently head of Wo Lok Tong.

I, Ng Kwok-Yan,

assistant general manager of

Golden Dragon Trading Company.

I, Hung Ting-Bong,

from Huiyang, Guangzhou,

currently a detective in the

Organised Crime and Triad Bureau.

I, Simen Ting, from Jiayi, Taiwan,

director of Xing Hua Brokerage.

I, Yen Chi-sheng, from Sichuan,

currently the CEO of

Red Star Cooperative.

We all swear today, March 11, 1990,

to be bonded as brothers.

We were born on different days,

but we pledge to die on the same day.

Today, we five brothers

swear on our spilt blood

to join forces to erase

the corrupt businessman, Wong Yat-Fei.

May good deeds be rewarded,

and evil deeds punished.

We act as emissaries of Heaven,

to take away his ill-gotten gains.

If anyone betrays a brother,

then he will be struck by lightning.

If anyone betrays our honour,

then he will die without leaving a corpse.

- Good morning.

- Good morning.

Superintendent Cheung

is looking for you.

He asked that you go to his office

as soon as you arrive.

Okay, thanks.

I pay millions in tax every year.

You police should do something about it.

This is Inspector Chan.

This is Mr. Yat-Fei Wong.

Mr. Wong suspects someone

wants to kidnap him. I want to listen to this.

It's not suspicions, I have proof.

I sent a staff member to take photos

to see if someone was stealing

materials from the construction site.

We discovered this car has been

parked for four consecutive days

in front of the construction site gates.

These people show up every day.

Is this over-sensitivity a result of

your being kidnapped last time?

There is definitely not

any over-sensitivity on my part,

only my intuition

alerting me to trouble.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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