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Millionaire Cop

Millionaire Cop
Film poster
Traditional 千面天王
Simplified 千面天王
Mandarin Qiān Miàn Tiān Wáng
Cantonese Cin1 Min6 Tin1 Wong4
Directed by Nelson Cheung
Produced by Wong Jing
Chan Tai-lei
Screenplay by Dennis Chan
Starring Aaron Kwok
Maggie Cheung
Chingmy Yau
Ng Man-tat
Deric Wan
Kingdom Yuen
Hung Yan-yan
Elaine Eca Da Silva
Chor Yuen
Music by Philip Chan
Cinematography Joe Chan
Edited by Johnson Chow
Production
company
Wong Jing's Workshop
Distributed by Newport Entertainment
Release dates
1 January 1993 (1993-01-01)
Running time
91 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese
Box office HK$5,586,339

Millionaire Cop is a 1993 Hong Kong action comedy film directed by Nelson Cheung and starring Aaron Kwok, Maggie Cheung, Chingmy Yau and Ng Man-tat.

Contents

  • Plot 1
  • Cast 2
  • Theme song 3
  • Reception 4
    • Critical 4.1
    • Box office 4.2
  • See also 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

Plot

The young and talented cop Ball (Aaron Kwok) is partners with the cowardly Fish (Ng Man-tat). One day, the police force received news that a gang of kidnappers has threatened kidnap Jessy Lee (Deric Wan), the son of Hong Kong billionaire Lee Ka-sing (Dennis Chan). The police then sends Ball undercover and takes Jessy Lee's identity and sought for more information in the Lee Enterprises. However, Ball's girlfriend Shun (Chingmy Yau), unexpectedly joins the Lee Enterprises and clashes with Jacky (Maggie Cheung), Jessy's ex-lover who mistakenly believes Ball to be Jessy. Meanwhile, a criminal named Robber (Hung Yan-yan) vows to seek vengeance on Ball after their chief of the gang earlier in a robbery when Ball was chasing him.

Cast

  • Aaron Kwok as Ball
  • Maggie Cheung as Jacky Cheuk
  • Chingmy Yau as Shun
  • Ng Man-tat as Fish
  • Deric Wan as Jessy lee
  • Kingdom Yuen as Mrs. She
  • Hung Yan-yan as Robber
  • Elaine Eca Da Silva as Robber's partner and lover
  • Chor Yuen as Sergeant Lai
  • Lee Siu-kei as kidnapper chief
  • Dennis Chan as Billionaire Lee Ka-sing
  • Mak Hiu-wai as Sing's executive
  • Cheng Ka-sang as Robbers' chief
  • Kwok Tak-sun
  • Fong Kit
  • Lee Yiu-king
  • Cheung Tak-wing
  • Siao Yan-yan as Sing's executive
  • Chan Wing-chun
  • Ho Wing-cheung as Kidnapper
  • Ng Kwok-kin as policeman
  • Lee Ka-hung as Rappist
  • Ho Chi-moon
  • Sung Boon-chung
  • Yu Ming-hin

Theme song

  • Why Would I Let You Leave (我為何讓你走)
  • You and Me

Reception

Critical

LoveHKFilm gave the film a negative review and refers it as "Wong Jing garbage" and "Big stars, bad movie" and the only saving graces are "decent fights and the presence of Chingmy Yau, who’s actually quite appealing in this movie."[1]

Box office

The film grossed HK$5,586,339 at the Hong Kong box office during its theatrical run from 1 to 13 January 1993 in Hong Kong.

See also

References

  1. ^ "Millionaire Cop (1993) review". 

External links

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