Huang gu shi jie (Police Assassins) (Yes, Madam) (1985)
Movie InfoMichelle Yeoh makes her starring role debut in this police dramaaction spectacular, directed by Corey Yuen. The film opens with the fierce, relentless Inspector Ng (Yeoh) cleaning the clocks of a band of thieves. Meanwhile, vicious crime boss Tin (James Tien Chun) puts a hit out on his accountant after he tried to sell his boss out to the police. The accountant is killed but the incriminating piece of microfilm is swiped by two-bit thugs Aspirin (Mang Hoi) and Strepsil (John Sham Kin-fun). Ng gets wind of the murder when the dead man's passport shows up on a fleeing criminal. She tracks the document to forger Panadol (played by director Tsui Hark). Later, Chinese-speaking Scotland Yard detective Carrie Morris (Cynthia Rothrock, in her film debut) shows up and soon the two are tracking down Tin. This film spawned a series of sequels including A Serious Shock! Yes Madam! ~ Jonathan Crow, Rovi … More
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Martial arts action-comedy featuring two of the best female ass-kickers from the 80s, Michell Yeoh and Cynthia Rothrock. It was all good fun but a little disappointing to be honest. The two lead heroines didn't get the screentime that they should have with too much time wasted on the three bumbling crooks. The fight scenes were very good though, especially at the end were we get to see some serious ass-kickery.More
Michelle Yeoh and Cynthia Rothrock kick it up into the red zone in this searing action-thriller.More
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