Article: Highest-Grossing Chinese Action Films Of Jackie Chan

Jackie Chan is a true craft master who has delivered some incredible performances over the years. In this article we’ll delve deeper into the highest grossing Chinese action films featuring him, showcasing his unparalleled skills, breath-taking stunts, and charismatic on-screen presence.

1. New Police Story

New Police Story is a Hong Kong action thriller film starring Jackie Chan, Nicholas Tse, Charlie Yeung, Charlene Choi, Daniel Wu, and Wang Chieh. It was released on 24 September 2004. It is a story about an intelligent and robust cop. He becomes the victim of a gang and due to this his whole team gets killed. He feels guilty about this and becomes a hapless drunkard. But a man came as a guiding angel to him and helped him get back on his feet to avenge his team's death.

2. Kung Fu Yoga

Kung Fu Yoga is a Chinese action-adventure comedy starring Jackie Chan, Aarif Rahman, Lay Zhang, Disha Patani, Miya Muqi, and Sonu Sood. It was released on 26 January 2017. It is a story about an archaeology professor. He teams up with an Indian professor to discover India's lost treasure, but the plan did not move according to them and they get ambushed. Jack uses his kung fu knowledge to flee and locate the treasure. It is Jackie Chan's highest-grossing and funniest film in China.

3. Drunken Master

Drunken Master also known as Drunken Master The Beginning is a Hong Kong martial arts comedy film starring Jackie Chan, Yuen Siu-tien, Hwang Jang-lee, and Dean Shek. It was released on 5 October 1978. It is a story about a mischievous young boy. He learns a unique form of martial arts from his master, who is excellent and talented but there is one negative factor about this master that he has alcoholic disorder. It is considered an early milestone of the kung fu comedy genre that established Jackie Chan as one of Asia's most popular actors.

4. Project A

Project A is a Hong Kong martial arts action comedy film starring Jackie Chan, Sammo Hung, Yuen Biao, Dick Wei, Lee Hoi San, and Mars. It was released on 22 December 1983. It is a story about a police officer. He has to save himself from his enemies of the past. What gets more complicated is he gets in trouble with a corrupt police officer and a revolutionary group. Watch the movie to see whether the police officer can get away from his past or will get stuck between his past and the corrupted police officer. The film was a box office success in East Asia. At the 4th Hong Kong Film Awards, Chan received two nominations for the film.

5. Shaolin

Shaolin is a Hong Kong-Chinese martial arts film starring Andy Lau, Nicholas Tse, Jackie Chan, Fan Bingbing, Wu Jing, Xing Yu, and Yu Shaoqun. It was released in 2011. It is a story about a general. His world comes crashing down after he loses his family. To regain peace, he decided to take refuge with the Shaolin monks and after that he goes through a life-transforming change as he accepts principles and their way of living.

6. Snake In The Eagle's Shadow

Snake in the Eagle's Shadow is a Hong Kong martial arts action thriller comedy film starring Yuen Siu-tien, Jackie Chan, and Hwang Jang-lee. It was released in 1978. It is a story about a janitor. He works at a kung Fu school but is constantly bullied by the teachers and students, however, his life changes after he befriends a beggar who teaches him how to fight.

7. Shinjuku Incident

Shinjuku Incident is a Hong Kong action thriller film starring Jackie Chan, Naoto Takenaka, Daniel Wu, Xu Jinglei, and Fan Bingbing. It was released in 2009. It is a story about a tractor mechanic. He immigrates to Japan illegally in search of his fiancee. However, he soon finds himself knee-deep in the deadly world of organized crime. Watch the movie to see if the poor mechanic can solve all the problems and find his wife or if he is stuck in the issues.

8. Looking For Jackie

Looking for Jackie is a Chinese action thriller film starring Jackie Chan and Zhang Yishan. It was released on 3 July 2009. It is a story about a sixteen-year-old boy from Indonesia. He arrives from Indonesia to Beijing with his grandmother to meet his idol Jackie Chan. He encounters several challenges in a quest to meet his favorite star.

9. Chinese Hercules

Chinese Hercules is a Hong Kong action thriller film starring Bolo Yeung, Chan Wai-Man, Fan Chiang, Yeh Fang, Jackie Chan, Yat-Chor Yuen, and Tin Leung. It was released in 1973. It is a story about a former martial arts fighter. He starts a new life and takes up a menial job at a dock. However, he is forced to embrace his skills to rebel against the cruel owner.

10. Dragon Lord

Dragon Lord is a Chinese action thriller film starring Jackie Chan, Mars, Hwang In-Shik, and Tien Feng. It was released in 1982. It is a story about a Dragon. He sends a love letter using a kite to a girl he likes. However, the kite flies away without giving the letter to the said girl. When he attempts to get it back, he finds himself inside the headquarters of a gang of thieves. Watch the movie see where his destiny leads him to.