Police Story 4: First Strike
(), (released in English-speaking
markets as Jackie Chan's First Strike
), is a 1996 Hong Kong martial arts action comedy film
made in the typical humorous style of Jackie Chan
Jackie reprises his role as Chan Ka-Kui
(also known in some versions as Jackie) yet again as a Hong Kong cop
who works with Interpol
to track down and arrest an illegal weapons dealer. Later Ka-Kui realizes that things are not as simple as they appear and soon find himself a pawn of an organization posing as Russian intelligence.
The movie was shot partially in Brisbane
, where the last half of the movie is based. Chinatown, Brisbane
in Fortitude Valley
and Underwater World on the Sunshine Coast
were used. The movie was shot in the months between August and November 1995.
To advertise First Strike
, Jackie recorded the song Zenmo Hui
and also made music-video for it. As is typical with Chan's pictures, the US version does not feature the theme song.
Whilst working for the CIA
, Jackie Chan Ka-Kui
(played by Jackie Chan
) is assigned to follow leads of a nuclear smuggling case. He follows a woman named Natasha to Ukraine, when he realises that she had been hiding vital information. When Jackie calls for backup, she is arrested. However, Natasha's partner is an unknown man, who turns out to be Tsui (Jackson Lau), a Chinese American nuclear scientist with CIA links, suspected of stealing a nuclear warhead. Jackie follows Tsui... Read More