Yes, Madam! (1985)

Yes, Madam! (1985)





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Hong Kong action star Michelle Khan made her film debut in this drama, in which she and Cynthia Rothrock play two police detectives trying to track down a valuable piece of missing microfilm. Noted director Tsui Hark appears in a supporting role.
Action & Adventure , Art House & International
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Michelle Yeoh
as Inspector Ng
Cynthia Rothrock
as Inspector Carrie Morris
John Sham
as Strepsil
Mang Hoi
as Asprin
Hark Tsui
as Panadol
Eddie Maher
as Thug with Fake Passport
Sammo Hung Kam-Bo
as Old Master
Po Tai
as Cop
Dick Wei
as Dick
Fat Chung
as Mad-dog
Richard Ng
as Old Master's Roommate
Ma Wu
as Beat Cop
Dennis Chan
as Bartender
Chen Jing
as Armored Car Robber
David Chiang
as Old Master's Roommate
Lam Wai
as Armored Car Robber
Billy Lau
as Parking Meter Attendant
Shum Wai
as Tin's Lawyer
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Critic Reviews for Yes, Madam!

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Audience Reviews for Yes, Madam!


Newly minted D&B Films attempted to redefine the female centric action film via former Malaysian ballerina Michelle Khan (nee Yeoh) and Golden Harvest discovery Cynthia Rothrock redressing the chop sockey narrative as a cop thriller with a sense of humor and an emphasis on stunt laden martial arts choreography a la "Police Story." Marked by an uncomfortable dissonance between impressive international martial arts debutantes, inconsistent crackpot Cantonese humor, and the occasional brutal passage (the film opens with Yeoh slamming a book on a flasher's genitalia before shooting a downed robber in the hand with a shotgun at point blank range and concludes with violent vigilante justice) "Yes, Madam!" just doesn't meld. At the very least even when the film works it still can't then adjust to a constant change in temperature and lifting a number of notes from John Carpenter's "Halloween" score only adds to the disconnect.

Adam Laidig
Adam Laidig

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.

Lee ?
Lee ?

Super Reviewer

That would be a hell yes madam. Good childhood memories.

Tsubaki Sanjuro
Tsubaki Sanjuro

Super Reviewer

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