New Police Story
|New Police Story|
|Mandarin||Xīn Jing Cha Gu Shi|
|Cantonese||San Ging Chat Gu Si|
|Directed by||Benny Chan|
|Produced by||Benny Chan
|Written by||Alan Yuen|
|Music by||Tommy Wai|
|Editing by||Yau Chi-wai|
|Distributed by||JCE Movies Limited
Emperor Motion Pictures
China Film Group Corporation
|Release dates|| 23 September 2004
24 September 2004
24 September 2004
24 September 2004
24 September 2004
24 September 2004
24 September 2004
- New Police Story is also an alternate title for the 1993 Hong Kong film Crime Story.
New Police Story (Chinese: 新警察故事; Mandarin Pinyin: Xīn Jǐngchá Gùshì; Jyutping: San1 ging5 chaat3 gu3 si6) is a 2004 Hong Kong Cantonese action suspense thriller police slasher crime film it was produced and directed by Benny Chan and starring Jackie Chan, Dave Wong and Daniel Wu.
The film takes place in Hong Kong in 2003 it was officially released on 23 September 2004 based in Thailand and 24 September 2004 with 6-countries in Southeast Asia included: China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Taiwan.
The film pre officially opened on New Year's Day (1 January 2004) to mark celebrates its 7-year anniversary with central business district drinking one whiskey after another. Later, he collapses in an alley and is found by a stranger to played by Nicholas Tse.
The film officially opening called as "新警察故事 (English: New Police Story)" on Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day (1 July 2003) to mark celebrates its 6-year anniversary, police station show the heroics of Inspector Chan, as he disguises himself as a death of news cameraman for men in order to subdue a victim of man holding to outside the women news reporter at Central saving news cameraman for professional video camera life was officially transformated to becomes "Senior Inspector Chan Kwok Wing" (Jackie Chan) a remake of explode bomb fire goes to rainstorm fatal weather forecast at flood goes to rush run making a umbrella for president.
Soon after that incident, a group of rebellious youths rob a bank. They explicitly ask a bank worker to call the police, and are confronted by the police outside the Legislative Council building. They escape from the police and subsequently divide the loot by how many police officers they killed or wounded, similar to computer games.
Inspector Chan and his squad are called to arrest the gang after their hideout is revealed. However, the hideout is rigged and the squad, except for Chan, was captured. Chan then finds his men in a large warehouse, suspended from the high ceiling by ropes. The gang challenges him to training regimes that are taught to policemen, betting lives of his men each time. Under mental pressure and the taunts of the gang, Chan loses all the bets which lead to the death of his squad. He tries to save the bodies of his comrades for burial before explosives blow up the building. Being the sole survivor of the incident, Chan takes a year long leave from the police force, drinking heavily to drown his sorrows and guilt.
In present day, the stranger brings Chan home. When Chan wakes up, the stranger identifies himself as PC 138, Frank Cheng, as his new partner. Frank tries to convince Chan to cancel his leave and take up the robbery case but Chan refuses. However, Chan comes to his senses eventually by apprehending the same two youths that robbed him. At the police station, Frank tells Chan that he is one of his squad member's younger brother, which convinces Chan to look into the case again.
Frank and Chan convinces Sam Wong, a former colleague of Chan, to reveal a clue from the night of the first robbery; a watch which he snatched from one of the robbers. Chan and Frank are tailed by the police as they go in search of the owner of the watch. Wong was also arrested by the police to assist in the investigation. Wong is shot dead by another gang member, Fire, before he manages to identify the robber (Sue). Before dying, Wong confesses to Chan that he was blackmailed by the gang into revealing their rigged hideout to Chan's team a year ago, as he took a bag of money from Sue to pay off his debts.
Chan and Frank found where Fire and Sue hang out and pursue them. To distract Chan, Fire shoots at a bus driver, killing him instantly and rendering the bus full of school kids out of control. Chan chases after the bus and manages to climb in and applied the brakes, halting it from falling into Victoria Harbour, while Frank rams a truck full of rubber ducks in front of the bus' path.
After the incident, Chan discovers that Frank is not really a policeman, and confronts him. Frank attempts to explain to Chan, but Chan refuses to believe the story. Regardless, they stay together to continue to track the gang leader, Joe. They are informed by Officer Sa Sa that the gang members all come from rich families and the gang leader is actually the son of the police chief.
Sue and Fire return to the gang's new hideout. Sue is badly wounded, after being shot by Frank earlier. Seeing her injury, Joe shoots and kills her. Joe's gang access Chan's police file on a computer, with Joe bent on taking revenge. Joe then arranges to meet Chan's girlfriend, Ho Yee, in the police station. He wraps a time bomb around her neck before leaving. When Chan learns of the bomb he desperately tries to free her. Ho Yee cuts the wires, with no effect, leading the police to believe that it is a fake. But when the two get ready to leave, a small wire attached to Ho Yee's back pulls out the secondary trigger, causing the bomb to explode. Before she can escape, it explodes and some falling pipes land on her, knocking her into a coma. Unfortunately for Chan, he is charged with assisting the impersonation of an officer (Frank) and for acting as an officer while under suspension.
After Chan and Frank are taunted by Joe's gang, Sa Sa and her father, the jailer, release both of them illegally. The two sneak out of the police station, with everyone deliberately ignoring their escape. Commander Chiu Chan even makes his handgun available to Chan and tells Chan to 'bring it back when you're done'. Sa Sa has engaged the help of teenagers to play a computer game, created by the gang and depicting the deaths of Chan's squad, and upon completing the latest level, reveals the gang's next target is the Bank of Hong Kong. The bank is located in the New Wing of the Convention and Exhibition Centre.
After robbing the bank, the gang waited for the police to come, planning to use the same method of distributing the loot. When a squad of police officers arrive, Chan stops them from rushing in and gets them the task of evacuating the building. Once the building is evacuated, the gang members' parents are sent in to retrieve their children, which surprised the gang. One of the gang members, Max, is so ashamed of himself that he attempts to run down the escalators to his parents and is shot dead by Joe.
Chan and Frank subsequently engage the three remaining gang members. Frank manages to shoot Fire in the leg with his own gun, disabling him. Chan chases another gang member, Tin Tin, into a Lego exhibition. Chan reminds Tin Tin that they had struck a draw the last time they fought and resume their duel in hand-to-hand combat, with Chan defeating Tin Tin. Joe chases Frank into the hall and shoots at him but shot Tin Tin in the crossfire. Joe chases Frank out of the room before the Special Duties Unit of the police arrive. Tin Tin attempts to shoot at Chan with Chan's back facing him. As Chan calls to the squad to bring in medical attention to Tin Tin, Tin Tin decides not to shoot Chan in repentance for his help.
Chan finds Joe on the roof of the Convention Centre. Having captured and tied up Frank, Joe threatens to throw him to his death. Joe challenges Chan to a race to assemble a semi automatic pistol, a rematch of an earlier challenge, and wagering Frank's life in the process. This time, Chan chambers the bullet first thus swiftly wins the game, much to Joe's disbelief. The police arrive on the roof, along with Joe's father, the police chief. Joe's father immediate reprimands Joe, while Chan tells Joe that he knows that Joe doesn't hate cops, he merely hates his father for berating him.
Joe finally admits defeat and unloads the single bullet in his gun and aims the empty gun at Chan. Not knowing that Joe's gun is empty, a police sniper then fires a round at him, injuring Joe in the process. Joe aims at his father, causing the sniper to fire once more, killing him despite Chan's yelling that the gun was empty here Joe explode fire a face and both hand arms destroyed fatal screaming silenced gun taped to the side of the camera fires histeria cries screaming policeman: "Son!!!". Chan rushes to rescue Frank and both of them fall off the building. They eventually land onto a fireman, ambulance and police station's inflated cushion.
In the outside broadcast to mass media digital television station network here cameraman will be news reportman by CCTV Beijing, STAR TV Hong Kong, CETV Family Channel Hong Kong, TCS Singapore, Formosa TV Taipei, JakTV Jakarta, NET TV Jakarta, O Channel Jakarta, BeritaSatu TV Jakarta, Kompas TV Jakarta, MNC News Jakarta, B-Channel Jakarta, Australia Television International Sydney, TV5MONDE Paris, France 24 Paris, BBC World News London, SKY News London, ANTARA TV Jakarta, Bernama TV Kuala Lumpur, Astro Awani Kuala Lumpur, Channel 9 Kuala Lumpur, Television Macau, DAAI TV Jakarta, TV Alhijrah Kuala Lumpur and BBC World News London for President took place at Antara and Bernama as Indonesian and Malaysian news agency to watching television set speech as father president goes to Australia Television International Sydney who persuade her to accept Chan's marriage proposal. At first, she tries to hide her facial scars from Chan, but eventually accepts the proposal to the crowd's applause. Meanwhile, Frank is led away by Sa Sa before he got arrested. He leaves his jacket on a railing. When Chan looks at the jacket and he recalls meeting Frank before screen fades to black.
The film officially closing a flashback to an event from years ago: with screen to fades at a homeless man from the mainland arrives without money with a starving son. He stole some food for his son from a 7-Eleven store. While running across the road to escape from the shopkeeper and the police, he is knocked down by a truck and killed. Chan arrives at the scene and uses his jacket to cover the body of the boy's father. Chan then buys the boy a loaf of bread.
Before end credits he asks the boy for his name to which the boy replies "Frank Cheng" to hand of the Senior Inspector Chan Kwok Wing (Jackie Chan) screen fades to black and the movie ends with screen to fades at behind the scene to play's a close theme song's of the cover of "September Storm" was singer by Jackie Chan and officially reinnaugurated by "警察故事2013 (English: Police Story 2013)" it was officially premiered on 24 December 2013 with 3-countries in Southeast Asia included: China, Malaysia and Singapore, 3 January 2014 in Indonesia and 16 January 2014 in Hong Kong.
- Jackie Chan – Senior Inspector Chan Kwok Wing
- Nicholas Tse – Frank Cheng Siu Fung
- Daniel Wu – Joe Kwan
- Charlie Yeung – Sun Ho-yee
- Lee Ting-fung – Joe Kwan - Age 6
- Charlene Choi – Sa Sa
- Dave Wong – Sam Wong Sum
- Hayama Go – Max Leung
- Terence Yin – Fire
- Yu Rongguang – Commander Chiu Chan
- Chun Sun – Joe Kwan's father
- Lui Yau-wai – Joe Kwan's mother (as Lisa Lui)
- Coco Chiang – Sue Chow
- Andy On – Law Tin-tin
- Liu Kai-chi – Chief Tai
- John Shum – Eric Chow
- Ken Lo – Kwong, Wing's team member
- Asuka Higuchi – Kwong's wife
- Steven Cheung – Green-haired thief
- Kenny Kwan – Red-haired thief
- Wu Bai – Father of Frank Cheng
- Deep Ng – Rocky, Wing's team member
- Tony Ho – Chui, Wing's team member
- Timmy Hung – Tin Ming, Wing's team member
- Sammy Hung – Tin Chiu, Wing's team member
- Carl Ng – Carl, Wing's team member
- Andrew Lin – Hoi, Wing's team member
- Samuel Pang – Sam, Wing's team member
- Philip Ng – Philip, Wing's team member
- Winnie Leung – Female Hostage
- Eric Kwok – Male Hostage
- Mandy Chiang – Chui's girlfriend
- Mak Bau – Negotiator
- Ringo Chen – Tourist
- Park Huyn-jin – Disco Bouncer
- Ng Kong – Disco Bouncer
- He Jun – Disco Bouncer
- Anthony Carpio – Disco Bouncer
- Chan Tat-kwong – Disco Bouncer
- Stephen Rohn – X-Game Player
- Stephen Julien – X-Game Player
- Ho Wai-yip – Police Officer Outside Convenience Store
- Audiotraffic – Jazz Bar Band
- Victy Wong – Cop
- Zac Koo – HKCEC Police man
- Stephen Julien – X-Game Player
- Stephen Bohn – X-Game Player
- Mars (extra) (uncredited)
- Roderick Lam – Sam's subordinate
- Jason Yip – Student's father
- Nic Yan – Detention Suspect
Jackie Chan Stunt Team
- Bradley James Allan
- Paul Andreovski
- Nicky Li
- Ken Lo
- Wu Gang
- Park Hyun-jin
- He Jun
- Lee In-seob
- Han Kwan-hua
New Police Story was officially television premiered by SCTV a subsidiary of Surya Citra Media and member of Elang Mahkota Teknologi on Monday, 22 August 2005 to mark by during the 2-day SCTV celebrates its 15-year anniversary at 21:30 until 00:00 WIB/22:30 until 01:00 WITA/23:30 until 02:00 WIT to followed by Liputan 6 Malam and repeat screening on Monday, 1 January 2007 to mark by during the New Year's Day season at 22:00 until 00:00 WIB/23:00 until 01:00 WITA/00:00 until 02:00 WIT to followed by Liputan 6 Malam and finally on Monday, 8 May 2007 at 22:00 until 00:00 WIB/23:00 until 01:00 WITA/00:00 until 02:00 WIT to followed by Liputan 6 Malam, 2-years later was now officially new relaunched and new removed to LatiVi a subdisiary of Visi Media Asia on Saturday, 15 December 2007 at 01:00 until 03:00 WIB/02:00 until 04:00 WITA, On Monday, 9 February 2009 at late night it was now officially new relaunched and new removed again to RCTI and Global TV a subsidiary of Media Nusantara Citra on Friday, 14 December 2012 at 00:30 until 02:30 WIB/01:30 until 03:30 WITA/02:30 until 04:30 WIT and repeat screening on Tuesday, 19 February 2014 at 00:30 until 02:30 WIB/01:30 until 03:30 WITA/02:30 until 04:30 WIT and Wednesday, 26 June 2013 at 00:00 until 02:00 WIB/01:00 until 03:00 WITA/02:00 until 04:00 WIT for RCTI which on Friday, 17 May 2013 at 20:30 until 23:30 WIB/21:30 until 00:30 WITA/22:30 until 01:30 WIT and repeat screening on Friday, 17 May 2013 to mark by during the Hari Raya Idul Fitri (2 Syawal 1434Hijriah) at 20:00 until 23:30 WIB/21:00 until 00:30 WITA/22:00 until 01:30 WIT for Global TV and former television station by Trans TV a subsidiary of Trans Media Corporation under Trans Corporation and member of Chairul Tanjung Corporation on Friday, 2 September 2011 at 22:00 until 00:00 WIB/23:00 until 01:00 WITA/00:00 until 02:00 WIT and repeat screening on Sunday, 20 May 2012 to mark by during the National Awakening Day celebrated is a 104th years of anniversary at 20:00 until 23:30 WIB/21:00 until 00:30 WITA/22:00 until 01:30 WIT and Monday, 20 August 2012 to mark by during the Hari Raya Idul Fitri (2 Syawal 1433Hijriah) at 20:00 until 22:30 WIB/21:00 until 23:30 WITA/22:00 until 00:30 WIT with Indonesian dubbed.
New Police Story officially opened on 23 September 2004 in Thailand and 24 September 2004 with 6-countries in Southeast Asia included: China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Taiwan where it made $5,625,746 HKD in its first 3-days. It ended its run with $21 million HKD to making it the fourth highest-grossing domestic release of the year.
- Nomination - Best Picture
- Nomination - Best Director (Benny Chan)
- Nomination - Best Actor (Jackie Chan)
- Nomination - Best Supporting Actor (Daniel Wu)
- Nomination - Best Editing (Yau Chi-wai)
- Nomination - Best Action Design (Lee Chung-chi, Jackie Chan Stunt Team)
- Nomination - Best Sound Effects (Kinson Tsang Kin-cheung)
- Nomination - Best Visual Effects (Wong Won-tak, Ho Chi-fai)
41st Annual Golden Horse Awards
- Winner - Best Supporting Actor (Daniel Wu)
- Winner - Best Action Choreography (Lee Chung-chi, Jackie Chan Stunt Team)
- Winner - Best Visual Effects (Victor Wong, Brian Ho)
- Winner - Audience Choice Award
- Nomination - Best Editing (Yau Chi-wai)
- Nomination - Best Art Direction (Wong Ching-ching, Choo Sung-pong, Oliver Wong)
- Nomination - Best Sound Effects (Tsang King-cheung)
- "6個月前 (English: 6-Month's Ago)"
- New Police Story at the Internet Movie Database
- New Police Story at allmovie
- New Police Story at Rotten Tomatoes
- HK Action Films review of New Police Story
- Official UK Site for New Police Story