Best Stephen Chow movies

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Best Stephen Chow movies
If you love cinema, you will share this ranking of the best Stephen Chow movies, although you may have ordered them differently. In any case, we hope you love it and with a little luck discovering a movie that you still don't know about Stephen Chow.

TOP 23:
Gorgeous
Gorgeous
Original Title: 玻璃樽
Stephen Chow as: Policeman with dog
Genre: Action, Adventure, Comedy, Romance
Release: 1999
When Ah Bu, a girl from a small fishing town in Taiwan, finds a glass bottle with a romantic message, she travels to Hong Kong to find her prince charming. As it turns out, her prince charming, Albert, happens to be gay. But all is not lost when Ah Bu meets the dashing Chi Wu. Meanwhile, Ah Bu's boyfriend from Taiwan comes looking for her, as the action and romance follow Ah Bu back to Taiwan.
Did you know that this movie is also one of best Sandra Ng Kwun-Yu movies?

TOP 22:
CJ7
CJ7
Original Title: 長江七號
Stephen Chow as: Ti Chow
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Science Fiction, Family
Release: 2008
Ti, a really poor construction worker that struggles to keep his son, Dicky, in private school, mistakes an orb he finds in a junkjard for a toy which proves to be much, much more once the young boy starts to play with it.


TOP 21:
Love on Delivery
Love on Delivery
Original Title: 破坏之王
Stephen Chow as: Ho Kam An
Genre: Action, Comedy
Release: 1994
Ho Kam-An is a love struck dim-sum delivery boy who falls for a beautiful judo student. After being humiliated by her boyfriend, Ho Kam-An goes out and seeks the services of an aging kung-fu master who teaches him a half ass style of kung fu "Karate Kid" style.
Did you know that this movie is also one of best Jacky Cheung movies?

TOP 20:
King of Beggars
King of Beggars
Original Title: 武状元苏乞儿
Stephen Chow as: So Cha Ha Yee Chan / Tsan, So Hat Ngai
Genre: Action, Comedy, Drama
Release: 1992
The illiterate General of Canton, General So, advocates a lazy, happy lifestyle of sex and money. His spoiled and also illiterate son, Chan (Stephen Chow), is his most faithful disciple. For the love of a woman, Chan attends the national exams for Martial Arts Scholar in Peking. Chan is victorious on the physical test, but before he is to be crowned, he is found to have cheated on the written exam. The Emperor sentences Chan to be a beggar. Initially Chan is unable cope with his new role, but with some mystic help, he takes on the position as King of the Beggars Association. Leading this motley crew into battle against an evil warlord in the Emperor's entourage, Chan rescues the Emperor, and gains respect for the beggars.
Did you know that this movie is also one of best Ng Man Tat movies?

TOP 19:
God of Gamblers II
God of Gamblers II
Original Title: 賭俠
Stephen Chow as: Chow Sing Cho
Genre: Action, Comedy
Release: 1990
Wong Jing's sequel to All for the Winner and spin-off to God of Gamblers finds Chow Sing Cho looking up to Michael "Dagger" Chan in order to become Ko Chun's next disciple, but the two must put aside their differences when they discover that a gang boss is bent on ruining the God of Gamblers' name.
Did you know that this movie is also one of best Andy Lau movies?


TOP 18:
Justice, My Foot!
Justice, My Foot!
Original Title: 審死官
Stephen Chow as: Sung Sai-Kit / Sung Shih-Chieh
Genre: Action, Comedy
Release: 1992
An unscrupulous lawyer with an equally eccentric kung-fu sidekick wife tries to bring justice to the court.

TOP 17:
Fight Back to School
Fight Back to School
Original Title: 逃學威龍
Stephen Chow as: Star Chow
Genre: Action, Comedy
Release: 1991
Star Chow (Stephen Chow) is about to be kicked out of the Royal Hong Kong Police's elite Special Duties Unit (SDU). But a senior officer decides to give him one last chance: Star must go undercover as a student at the Edinburgh High School in Hong Kong to recover the senior officer's missing revolver. The undercover operation is made complicated when Star is partnered with Tat - an aging, incompetent police detective (Ng Man-Tat). However, Star still manages to fall in love with Ms Ho (Cheung Man), the school's guidance counselor, as well as disrupting a gang involved in arms-dealing.
Did you know that this movie is also one of best Sharla Cheung Man movies?

TOP 16:
Shaolin Soccer
Shaolin Soccer
Original Title: 少林足球
Stephen Chow as: Sing
Genre: Action, Comedy
Release: 2001
A young Shaolin follower reunites with his discouraged brothers to form a soccer team using their martial art skills to their advantage.
Did you know that this movie is also one of best Danny Chan Kwok-Kwan movies?


TOP 15:

All for the Winner

All for the Winner
Original Title: 賭聖
Stephen Chow as: Sing
Genre: Action, Comedy
Release: 1990
Sing, a dumb, lovable mainlander with supernatural powers comes to China to visit his uncle Tat. When it's revealed that Sing can see through objects, Tat employs him as "The Saint of Gamblers," and proceeds to set him loose in the gambling world.

TOP 14:

Fight Back to School 2

Fight Back to School 2
Original Title: 逃学威龙 II
Stephen Chow as: Chow Sing Sing
Genre: Action, Comedy
Release: 1992
Star Chow (Stephen Chow) is an officer in the Royal Hong Kong Police's elite Special Duties Unit (SDU). During a meeting with his senior officer, Inspector Yip (Deanie Ip), Star jokingly suggests he wishes to be reassigned to the traffic unit. Star immediately finds himself demoted to Constable engaging in traffic duty on the streets of Hong Kong. After being made the scapegoat for a failed high school terrorist investigation, Star hastily resigns from the police. He decides to enroll at the high school to launch his own private investigation. But Star realises the investigation won't be easy when he discovers that the bumbling, incompetent CID detective Tat (Ng Man Tat) is also undercover at the high school.

TOP 13:

Royal Tramp 2

Royal Tramp 2
Original Title: 鹿鼎記 II : 神龍敎
Stephen Chow as: Wei Siu Bo / Wilson Bond
Genre: Action, Comedy
Release: 1992
Following on from the Royal Tramp I, after discovering that the Empress is actually Lone-er, a member of the St Dragon Sect, and that she imprisoned the real empress. Lone-er is bent on eliminating the person who disclosed her true identity, Wilson Bond. But more complications ensues when Lone-er is assigned to protect the Prince, whose servant is none other than Wilson Bond.
Did you know that this movie is also one of best Brigitte Lin movies?


TOP 12:

King of Comedy

King of Comedy
Original Title: 喜劇之王
Stephen Chow as: Wan Tin-Sau
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
Release: 1999
Wan Tin-Sau is an actor who cannot seem to catch a break, since his only professional jobs are limited to being a movie extra. As well as being an actor, he is also the head of his village's community center.
Did you know that this movie is also one of best Jerry Lewis movies?

TOP 11:

Hail the Judge

Hail the Judge
Original Title: 九品芝麻官
Stephen Chow as: Pao Lung Sing
Genre: Comedy
Release: 1994
Pao Lung-Sing, a descendant of the famous Judge Pao Ching Tient, is a 9th degree corrupt judge (lowest degree) who changes his tune when he tries to champion a woman Chi Siu-Lin, who was framed for killing her husband. As a result, Pao is forced to flee and through a series of events (often hilarious) becomes a 1st degree judge and comes back to wreak havoc and justice on the guilty.
Did you know that this movie is also one of best Collin Chou movies?

TOP 10:

From Beijing with Love

From Beijing with Love
Original Title: 国产凌凌漆
Stephen Chow as: Ling Ling Chai / Chat
Genre: Action, Comedy
Release: 1994
After a giant dinosaur skull is stolen, the head of the Chinese secret police decides to assign the case to the force's most incompetent reject: a rural butcher who stands around all day drinking martinis (shaken, not stirred). With a trunkload of insanely useless gadgets and a contact who constantly tries to kill him, the young agent must locate the skull and find out just what is going on here.

TOP 9:

Out of the Dark

Out of the Dark
Original Title: 回魂夜
Stephen Chow as: Leon
Genre: Comedy, Fantasy, Horror
Release: 1995
Stephen Chow plays an "insane" person who is not afraid of anything. He also appears to be parodying Leon (the professional). Carrying his trusty plant and bag of cling wrap and chocolates he helps a young girl to rid her building of a couple mean ghosts.
Did you know that this movie is also one of best Scott Speedman movies?


TOP 8:

Royal Tramp

Royal Tramp
Original Title: 鹿鼎記
Stephen Chow as: Wei Siu Bo / Wilson Bond
Genre: Action, Comedy
Release: 1992
The story of Wilson Bond, a pimp who after saving Chan, the leader of the Heaven and Earth society, a revolutionary group, is made a member. After a botched first assignment for the group, he is made a servant to the Prince, the very person the Heaven and Earth society want to overthrow. What follows is plenty of mayhem and laughter.
Did you know that this movie is also one of best Chingmy Yau movies?

TOP 7:

The God of Cookery

The God of Cookery
Original Title: 食神
Stephen Chow as: Stephen Chow
Genre: Comedy
Release: 1996
The God of Cookery, a brilliant chef who sits in judgement of those who would challenge his title, loses his title when a jealous chef reveals him to be a con-man and humiliates him publicly. As this new chef takes on the God of Cookery's role, the former God tries to pull himself back on top again, to challenge his rival and find once and for all who is the true God of Cookery.

TOP 6:

Forbidden City Cop

Forbidden City Cop
Original Title: 大内密探零零发
Stephen Chow as: Ling Ling Faat (Double 0 Fat)
Genre: Action, Adventure, Comedy
Release: 1996
Set in Imperial China, Stephen Chiau plays Ling Ling Fat, one of the elite Emperor's guards in the Forbidden City. However unlike his colleagues he doesn't know anything about Kung Fu or other martial-arts, but instead uses his time to make futuristic inventions. So when the emperor is kidnapped and the world most beautiful geisha comes to town Fat has to use his brain to get things done.

TOP 5:

Kung Fu Hustle

Kung Fu Hustle
Original Title: 功夫
Stephen Chow as: Sing
Genre: Action, Comedy, Crime, Fantasy
Release: 2004
Set in Canton, China in the 1940s, the story revolves in a town ruled by the Axe Gang, Sing who desperately wants to become a member. He stumbles into a slum ruled by eccentric landlords who turns out to be the greatest kung-fu masters in disguise. Sing's actions eventually cause the Axe Gang and the slumlords to engage in an explosive kung-fu battle. Only one side will win and only one hero will emerge as the greatest kung-fu master of all.
Did you know that this movie is also one of best Yuen Wah movies?

TOP 4:

Tricky Brains

Tricky Brains
Original Title: 整蠱專家
Stephen Chow as: Koo Jing / Chi Man-Jing / Maggie Koo
Genre: Comedy
Release: 1991
A trickster-for-hire, known as the Tricky Expert, is hired to ruin the lives of a father and son by making them think that he's a part of the family.


TOP 3:

Flirting Scholar

Flirting Scholar
Original Title: 唐伯虎点秋香
Stephen Chow as: Tang Pak Fu / Wah On
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
Release: 1993
A scholar in search of true love. Disguising himself as a houseboy, he indentures himself to a rich family in order to pursue the ravishing servant girl who has stolen his heart.

TOP 2:

A Chinese Odyssey Part One: Pandora's Box

A Chinese Odyssey Part One: Pandora's Box
Original Title: 西遊記之月光寶盒
Stephen Chow as: Chi Juen Bo/ Suen Ng Hung / Joker
Genre: Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy
Release: 1995
Fantasy adventure about the arrival of Buddhism in China. When the Goddess of Happiness tosses the Longevity Monk and his disciples out of heaven (because the Monkey King tried to attain immortality), the Monkey King is reincarnated as the Joker. He now spends his time chasing two jealous women. When one of them is dying, the Joker goes back in time in an attempt to save her.

TOP 1:

A Chinese Odyssey Part Two: Cinderella

A Chinese Odyssey Part Two: Cinderella
Original Title: 西遊記大結局之仙履奇緣
Stephen Chow as: Chi Juen Bo / Joker / Monkey King
Genre: Comedy, Fantasy
Release: 1995
This sequel to "Pandora's Box" continues director Jeffrey Lau's adaptation of the Buddhism saga "Journey to the West". Stranded five centuries in the past, Joker Monkey King must battle a variety of monsters, seductive women and super-powered villains to save the dying Pak Jing-Jing.


If you like the best Stephen Chow movies, then you will also like the best Ng Man Tat movies, where many of their films coincide.