Future Cops

1993 [CN]

Action / Comedy / Sci-Fi

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870.96 MB
Chinese 2.0
24 fps
1 hr 34 min
P/S 1 / 2
1.75 GB
Chinese 5.1
24 fps
1 hr 34 min
P/S 0 / 3

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by paul_haakonsen6 / 10

Over the top Hong Kong spoof comedy...

When I sat down to watch "Chiu kap hok hau ba wong" (aka "Future Cops") here in 2021, for the very first time, I must admit that I wasn't really expecting the movie to be as enjoyable and funny as it turned out to be. I had read the synopsis, but hadn't paid attention to whom was on the cast list.

And I must admit that writer and director Jing Wong definitely did a marvelous job with "Future Cops", because this movie was every bit as unique as it was enjoyable. In fact, I think that "Future Cops" is so over the top goofy and silly that some viewers might actually dislike the movie. I, however, enjoyed this particular style of silly movie.

The storyline is pretty straight forward and simplistic. A group of law enforcers and criminals travel back in time and cause havoc at a high school.

Aside from having an enjoyable storyline that was made all the more entertaining by the sheer amount of funny situations, character and dialogue, then "Future Cops" had an amazing ensemble of casted actors and actresses. If you are familiar with the Hong Kong cinema, then you will find yourself in for quite a treat.

"Future Cops" has the likes of Andy Lau, Jacky Cheung, Aaron Kwok, Chingmy Yau, Ekin Cheng, Simon Yam. Richard Ng and Ken Lo on the cast list. So yeah, this is definitely an all-star ensemble.

I particularly enjoyed how "Future Cops" was a parody on things like "Street Fighter", "Tekken", "Dragonball Z" and "Doreamon". It was just all together a silly mixture that made for hilarious entertainment.

This was definitely a blast to sit down and watch, and I was more than genuinely entertained by Jing Wong's 1993 action comedy. My rating of "Future Cops" lands on a six out of ten stars.

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca6 / 10

Wong Jing's maddest movie?

FUTURE COPS might just be Wong Jing's most insane movie, which is impressive given his filmography. It's a high school comedy mixed with the crazed action hijinks of the Japanese arcade game STREET FIGHTER, with all of the main stars playing double roles. The story is also about time travel, beginning with a future battle before shifting to the present day where the good and bad guys are after the same person and get involved with the usual shenanigans involving bullies and pretty school girls.

It's insane, inventive stuff, all of an excuse for an extremely Chinese-feeling madcap brand of comedy, full of sight gags and surreal moments with people acting like video game characters. The cast is quite excellent, with the triumvirate of Jacky Cheung, Simon Yam and Andy Lau excelling as the larger-than-life heroes matched by Ekin Cheng, Billy Chow and Ken Lo as the baddies. Chingmy Lau is always a feisty and welcome presence and there's a great little cameo from Richard Ng too. The action is a highlight, bringing the fights to life in an over-the-top way very familiar to that famous scene in Jackie Chan's CITY HUNTER, with lots of little in-jokes and references for the fans.

Reviewed by dyogenez7 / 10

Comedy Gold!

In the future, year 2043, Bison is convicted and comes up with a plan to free himself. He sends his henchmen, Ken, Honda and Sagat, back in time to 1993 to find and destroy the judge who sentenced him when he was still vulnerable. It turns out that at this time he was still in high school. Cops from the future are also sent back in time to find him first and protect him. Throughout most of the story they are looking for him in the past, and trying to blend in with society of the time. This has to be one of the funniest movies i've seen in a very long time. If you are not in the mood for silly comedy, wait until you are to watch this. Street Fighter fans especially will have fun watching how silly the characters in this movie are. It's very similar to anime in it's humor stylings, making for a completely unrealistic, but comedic world. I would completely recommend this as a party movie among friends when you want a lot of laughs.

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