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A Hong Kong detective fights to stop a Chinese drug czar.
Blending hand-to-hand combat with breathtaking stunts and slapstick comedy, Supercop reminds us why Jackie Chan is one of the world's great entertainers.
If you're tired of burned-out coppers in Hollywood's blockbusters, try this offbeat hero from Hong Kong.
The most powerful starring role for a woman this summer? My vote goes to Michelle Khan in this garish, frenetic, and funny chopper from Rumble in the Bronx director Stanley Tong.
This is riotous fun throughout.
To watch Jackie Chan, Hong Kong's king of kung fu comedy, in the fresh and exhilarating Super Cop is like watching Douglas Fairbanks Sr. or one of the silent era clowns in one of their biggest hits.
All this is executed with a good deal of panache, if not originality, by stunt coordinator Stanley Tong.
A movie that shows Chan in top form.
Sly and Schwartzy, eat your hearts out. Chan's the man.
With martial arts superstar Jackie Chan, older may be better.
By its second half, Supercop cranks up into such an extravaganza of fighting, blowing things up, spin-kicking, punch throwing and death-defying that it all but takes your breath out of your lungs and packs it up for shipment to Hong Kong.
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