The film follows Chan as Detective Zhong Wen, who is forced to take on a group of heavily armed criminals who have taken hostages in a high-rise apartment building.
Police Story Lockdown was released in Hong Kong on December 24, 2012, and in the United States on June 4, 2013. The film received positive reviews from critics, who praised Chan’s action sequences and the film’s humor.
- Jackie Chan as Detective Zhong Wen
- Nicholas Tse as Inspector Yang Sida
- Charlie Yeung as May
- Simon Yam as Captain Zhang
- Fan Bingbing as Shen Jiayi
- Yuen Biao as Inspector Ma
- Eric Tsang as Inspector Yeung
- Daniel Wu as Eddie
The film opens with Detective Zhong Wen (Jackie Chan) and his team of police officers raiding a drug factory. The raid is successful, but Zhong is injured in the process.
A few months later, Zhong is called to investigate a hostage situation at a high-rise apartment building. The hostages are being held by a group of heavily armed criminals led by Eddie (Daniel Wu).
Zhong and his team must find a way to rescue the hostages without putting them in any more danger. However, the criminals are not going to make it easy for them.
The film is full of action sequences, humor, and suspense. Chan’s stunts are as impressive as ever, and the film is sure to please fans of the Police Story franchise.
Police Story Lockdown was released in Hong Kong on December 24, 2012, and in the United States on June 4, 2013.
Police Story Lockdown received positive reviews from critics. The film was praised for its action sequences, humor, and Chan’s performance.
Police Story Lockdown is a well-made and entertaining action film. The film is full of laughs, scares, and suspense, and it is sure to please fans of the Police Story franchise. If you are looking for a good time at the movies, then you should definitely check out Police Story Lockdown.