PG-13 | | Action, Comedy, Crime
A Chinese chef accidentally gets involved with a news reporter who filmed a drug bust that went awry, and is now being chased by gangs who are trying to get the video tape.
Feature film debut of Bradley James Allan (Giancarlo's Man). Formally introduced by legendary Stunt Coordinator Vic Wilson.
During the carriage chase, Miki's hat and bag that are sitting on the bench change positions many times without contact.
During the final credits some outtakes (mostly action scenes) are shown
New Line Cinema made numerous changes to the film, including removal of footage, re-dubbing some characters, and changing the soundtrack to be more fast-paced and upbeat. The cooking show scene appears first in the New Line Cinema version, whilst others (Hong Kong and Japanese versions) begin with Giancarlo. Footage removed from New Line Cinema's version (in comparison to Hong Kong and Japanese versions):
English, Cantonese, Mandarin
$5,442,468 (USA) (22 March 1998)
$12,674,183 (USA) (7 June 1998)