Righting Wrongs - The High Court

Cynthia Rothrock monitoring Yuen Biao in front of The High Court building in Admiralty, formerly known as The Supreme Court. You may remember this location from Police Story.

Dragons Forever - Victoria Harbour

A motorboat passes the waters of famous Victoria Harbour. Jackie Chan and Pauline Yeung are on their way to the yacht. The upgrowth of Hong Kong Island's skyline since 1988 is quite impressive.

In the Line of Duty 4 - Star Ferry Pier, Tsim Sha Tsui

A short glimpse at Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry Pier including the famous Clock Tower. Star Ferry operates the pedestrian ferry service across Victoria Harbour to Wan Chai and to Central on Hong Kong Island.

Blonde Fury - Kwun Tong Ferry Pier

The movie closes with a milky freeze frame of Cynthia Rothrock's plane taking off at legendary Kai Tak Airport. On the comparison photo you can see the redeveloped Kai Tak runway blocking the view. In the foreground of the screenshot, you can see a bit of the Kwun Tong typhoon shelter which is located right in front of Kwun Tong Ferry Pier.

Project A II - Lei Yue Mun Barracks, Block 10

Jackie and his brave troop of stunt legends forming up in front of Block 10 at the Lei Yue Mun Holiday Village. Today, the former british military barracks are part of the only holiday village in the urban districts of Hong Kong Island and Kowloon.

Naughty Boys - Tung Tau Wan Road

The painful scene where good ol'Mars gets hit by a car was filmed on Tung Tau Wan Road between Stanley Prison and St. Stephen's College.

First Strike - Victoria Harbour

The opening credits of First Strike's international version look like they're taken straight from a travel documentary. They contain some nice shots of Hong Kong and its iconic architecture.

The Kiss of Death - Statue Square

After the brief sequence in Tsim Sha Tsui, the story relocates to Statue Square on Hong Kong Island, looking south toward the HSBC building. On film, we see the old HSBC building that has been torn down in 1978.

The Kiss of Death - Austin Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Shaw Brothers' Category III star Chen Ping in front of St. Mary's Canossian College at the junction of Austin Road and Chatham Road South.

Police Force - Prince Edward Road West

Thanks to the elevated segment of Waterloo Road and its massive concrete columns, there isn't much left of the untarnished view on St. Teresa's Church at Prince Edward Road West from 1973.

Yes, Madam - Deleted Scene

Michelle Yeoh using the stick against Lee Hoi-Sang and Fung Hak-On in this deleted scene from Corey Yuen's classic Yes, Madam (1985).

The Sword - Tung Ping Chau

There are quite a few stylistic analogies between The Sword (1980) and Duel to the Death (1983). With the use of Tung Ping Chau's videogenic coastline being one of them.

SPL - Lower Cheung Sha Beach

Appearing at the beginning and at the end of the movie, Lower Cheung Sha Beach serves as SPL's narrative framework. It is located on the south coast of Lantau Island. Cheung Sha Beach (Upper Cheung Sha and Lower Cheung Sha - two sections separated by a rocky outcropping) is Hong Kong's longest beach.

The Delinquent - The Peninsula Hong Kong

One of countless movie scenes showing the world famous high-class hotel at Salisbury Road in Tsim Sha Tsui. This time, we can see it through the eyes of Shaw Brothers legend Chang Cheh.

Outlaw Brothers - Big Wave Bay

Yukari Oshima releases furious anger on Frankie Chan at Big Wave Bay in the Southern District of Hong Kong Island.