Top 10 Best Jackie Chan movies of All Time Ranked

This list of the Top 10 Best Jackie Chan's movies of All Time is ranked by fans worlwide. Chan Kong-sang, Born: 7 April 1954, known professionally as Jackie Chan, is a Hong Konger martial artist, actor, film director, producer, stuntman, and singer. He is known for his acrobatic fighting style, comic timing, use of improvised weapons, and innovative stunts, which he typically performs himself, in the cinematic world. He has trained in Wushu or Kung Fu and Hapkido, and has been acting since the 1960s, appearing in over 150 films.

Chan is one of the most recognizable and influential cinematic personalities in the world, gaining a widespread following in both the Eastern and Western hemispheres, and has received stars on the Hong Kong Avenue of Stars and the Hollywood Walk of Fame. He has been referenced in various pop songs, cartoons, and video games and number two among the Top 10 Best Martial Arts Actors of All Time.

1- Drunken Master: 1978

Top 10 Best Jackie Chan's movies of All Time

Unable to see eye to eye with his father, completely broke and with nowhere else to turn, young Wong Fei-Hung (Jackie Chan) grudgingly accepts the tutelage of Su Hua Chi (Siu Tien Yuen), a notoriously intoxicated martial arts master. Su Hua Chi teaches Wong the techniques of Drunken Boxing, an unusually fluid fighting style. Wong is then forced to put his new skills to the test when his father is targeted by deadly assassin Thunderleg (Jang Lee Hwang), who has never lost a fight.

Initial release: 5 October 1978 (Hong Kong)

2- The Medallion: 2003

The Medallion: 2003

Eddie (Jackie Chan) is an indomitable Hong Kong cop who, after a near fatal accident involving a mysterious medallion, is suddenly transformed into a Highbinder -- an immortal warrior with inhuman powers. Eddie enlists the help of fellow agent Nicole (Claire Forlani) to determine the secret of the medallion and face down the evil Highbinders who so desperately want it back.

Initial release: 15 August 2003 (Hong Kong)

3- Dragon Lord: 1982

Dragon Lord: 1982

The adventures of a restless martial arts student called Dragon, who, while constantly pursuing a girl, gets involved in the affairs of a gang of thieves.

Initial release: 21 January 1982 (Hong Kong)

4- The Forbidden Kingdom: 2008

The Forbidden Kingdom: 2008

While rummaging around for some bootleg kung-fu DVDs in a pawn shop in Boston's Chinatown, Jason discovers an ancient golden staff. When he examines the staff closely, he finds himself magically transported back to ancient China where he is quested to free the fabled warrior, the Monkey King, with the help of a kung fu master and a misfit warrior. If he doesn't succeed, hey may be trapped deep in the past forever.

Initial release: 17 April 2008 (Malaysia)

5- Police Story: 1985

Police Story: 1985

An honest Hong Kong cop protecting a Triad boss's girlfriend-turned-informer, finds himself framed for the murder of a dirty cop and going on the run. The movie mixes slapstick with wild stunts and features some painful outtakes during the final credits.

Initial release: 14 December 1985 (Hong Kong)

6- Rush Hour: 1998

Rush Hour: 1998

When a Chinese diplomat's daughter is kidnapped in Los Angeles, he calls in Hong Kong Detective Inspector Lee (Jackie Chan) to assist the FBI with the case. But the FBI doesn't want anything to do with Lee, and they dump him off on the LAPD, who assign wisecracking Detective James Carter (Chris Tucker) to watch over him. Although Lee and Carter can't stand each other, they choose to work together to solve the case on their own when they figure out they've been ditched by both the FBI and police.

Initial release: 18 September 1998 (USA)

7- Mr. Nice Guy: 1997

Mr. Nice Guy: 1997

Martial arts romp about a TV chef who becomes embroiled in a drug lord's search for an incriminating video. The kung-fu fighting cook steps in to save an investigative journalist on the run from a gang of murderous drug dealers, resulting in a potentially fatal mix-up involving her incriminating tape of the gangsters and a children's video.

Initial release: 1 February 1997 (South Korea)

8- Gorgeous: 1999

Top 10 Best Jackie Chan's movies of All Time

Young and beautiful Bu (Shu Qi) finds a romantic message in a bottle near her family restaurant in Taiwan. On a whim, she flies to Hong Kong to meet her potential soul mate, who turns out to be Albert (Tony Leung Chiu Wai), a gay beautician pining for his ex. Taking pity on the girl, he brings her to his workplace, where she falls for the wealthy and lonely C.N. Chan (Jackie Chan). But when Chan's lifelong enemy, Lo (Emil Chow), discovers Chan has a new love, he decides to ruin their happiness.

Initial release: 12 February 1999

9- Heart of Dragon: 1985

Heart of Dragon: 1985

A policeman (Jackie Chan) forsakes his dream of world travel to care for a mentally impaired brother (Sammo Hung), who is later kidnapped by gangsters.

Initial release: 16 October 1985 (Hong Kong)

10- Rumble in the Bronx: 1995

Rumble in the Bronx: 1995

Hong Kong policeman Keung (Jackie Chan) arrives in New York for the wedding of his uncle Bill (Bill Tung), a grocer who recently sold his Bronx store to the fetching Elaine (Anita Mui). After a biker gang bursts into the store to wreak havoc, Keung springs into action, giving up his vacation to defend the weak and protect the innocent with his extraordinary martial arts skills. As Keung investigates local gangs, he learns more about a criminal syndicate that needs to be brought to justice.

Initial release: 21 January 1995 (Hong Kong)


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