List of the best Amy Yip movies, ranked best to worst with movie trailers when available. Amy Yip's highest grossing movies have received a lot of accolades over the years, earning millions upon millions around the world. The order of these top Amy Yip movies is decided by how many votes they receive, so only highly rated Amy Yip movies will be at the top of the list. Amy Yip has been in a lot of films, so people often debate each other over what the greatest Amy Yip movie of all time is. If you and a friend are arguing about this then use this list of the most entertaining Amy Yip films to end the squabble once and for all.
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Items on this list include To Be Number One and Robotrix."This list answers the questions, "What are the best Amy Yip movies?" and "What are the greatest Amy Yip roles of all time?"
Hou escaped from the despotic terrors on the mainland to Hong Kong and went to Boss Kun, promising that he would take Shun Shui Po for Kun if he was appointed as a captain. Hou suceceded after a few bloody fights. As Hou's got stronger, Kun became jealous. He set Hou up to hijack Boss Gung's narcotics shipments and tipped off Gung at the same time. After Hou finds out about it, he sets a trap for the man who framed him. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Amy Yip, Kenneth Tsang, Lo Lieh, Kent Cheng, Kwong Leung Wong, + more
Initial Release: 1991
Directed by: Poon Man-Kit
Actors: Amy Yip, Shing Fui-On, Pauline Chan Bo-Lin, Gigi Lai
Initial Release: 1991
Directed by: Sherman Wong
The Inspector Wears Skirts II is a 1989 film written by Abe Kwong and Man-choi Lee, and directed by Wellson Chin. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Amy Yip, Sandra Ng, Sibelle Hu, Melvin Wong, Billy Lau
Initial Release: 1989
Directed by: Wellson Chin
Robotrix is a 1991 Hong Kong science fiction exploitation film directed by Jamie Luk Kin-ming and produced by the Golden Harvest Company. It features Taiwanese-American actor David Wu, Chikako Aoyama, kung fu expert Billy Chow, Hui Hsiao-dan, and the voluptuous soft-porn star Amy Yip. The plot concerns a female police officer who is gunned down, only to have her brain transplanted into a robotic clone. This erotic R-rated thriller is notable for a Hong Kong film on general release in featuring frequent female full-frontal nudity, and is particularly notable for a scene of brief full-frontal male nudity, as it is perhaps the first time in Hong Kong cinema that a Chinese adult male's private ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Amy Yip, Billy Chow, David Wu
Initial Release: 1997
Directed by: Jamie Luk