Police Story 2 (Ging chaat goo si juk jaap)

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Jackie Chan followed up the massive success of Police Story with an even bigger box-office hit. Having been demoted to a lowly traffic cop for his, ahem, unorthodox policing methods, Chan's go-it-alone officer Ka-Kui quits the force in protest. But it isn't long before he's back in action, racing the clock to stop a band of serial bombers and win back his much-put-upon girlfriend May (the phenomenal Maggie Cheung, reprising her star-making role). Boasting epic explosions, an awesomely 1980s electro soundtrack, and a showstopping finale which turns an abandoned warehouse into a life-size pinball machine of cascading oil drums, collapsing scaffolds, and shooting fireworks Police Story 2 confirmed Chan's status as a performer of unparalleled grace and daring.


  • Jackie Chan
  • Maggie Cheung
  • Kwok-Hung Lam
  • Bill Tung
  • Keung-Kuen Lai
  • John Cheung
  • Charlie Cho
  • Yuen Chor
  • Ben Lam
  • Chi Fai Chan

Did You Know?


  • As shown beneath the closing credits, Maggie Cheung suffered a major head injury while trying to outrun the falling metal frames. Cheung was unable to finish the movie after this incident, so you never see her face. She is always shown from a distance. Crystal Kwok, who plays a policewoman in this movie, filled in as Cheung's double for the remainder of the movie.
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  • The number of trucks with their headlights on in the opening sequence changes with each different shot.
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    • Chan Ka Kui: Dynamite is a controlled substance. There's only two ways you can get it; legally for industrial use, or, it has to be smuggled in.
    • [Top of police command]
    • Supt. Raymond Li: Interesting; I never thought of that.
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Usually the fight sequences are great but the movie itself is poor.

Metacritic review by Scott Collura
Scott Collura

Once again, it’s an unadulterated pleasure to watch Chan and his stunt team at work, jumping, contorting and throwing the human form around in ways that simply don’t seem possible.

Metacritic review by Christopher Machell
Christopher Machell