The Best Cecilia Cheung Movies

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List of the best Cecilia Cheung movies, ranked best to worst with movie trailers when available. Cecilia Cheung'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 Cecilia Cheung movies is decided by how many votes they receive, so only highly rated Cecilia Cheung movies will be at the top of the list. Cecilia Cheung has been in a lot of films, so people often debate each other over what the greatest Cecilia Cheung movie of all time is. If you and a friend are arguing about this then use this list of the most entertaining Cecilia Cheung films to end the squabble once and for all.

If you think the best Cecilia Cheung role isn't at the top, then upvote it so it has the chance to become number one. The greatest Cecilia Cheung performances didn't necessarily come from the best movies, but in most cases they go hand in hand.

Items here include everything from Running on Karma to The Monkey King.

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  • The White Dragon
    Cecilia Cheung, Andy On, Francis Ng
    7 votes
    • Released: 2004
    • Directed by: Wilson Yip
    The White Dragon is a 2004 Hong Kong wuxia comedy film directed by Wilson Yip and starring Cecilia Cheung and Francis Ng. The White Dragon is directed by Wilson Yip, whose best known works to date are Bullets Over Summer, Juliet in Love and SPL: Sha Po Lang. It stars Cecilia Cheung as Phoenix Black, a pretty, young, and vain student who thinks she has what it takes to woo the most desirable eligible bachelor in the land, Second Prince Tian Yang.
  • Failan
    Cecilia Cheung, Choi Min-sik, Kim Min-hee
    12 votes
    • Released: 2001
    • Directed by: Song Hae-sung
    Failan is a 2001 South Korean film written and directed by Song Hae-sung. The film was adapted from the Japanese novel Love Letter by Jirō Asada. It stars Choi Min-sik and Hong Kong actress Cecilia Cheung.
  • The Lion Roars

    The Lion Roars

    Fan Bingbing, Cecilia Cheung, Louis Koo
    6 votes
    • Released: 2002
    • Directed by: Joe Ma
    The Lion Roars is a 2002 Hong Kong film produced and directed by Joe Ma. The film starred Louis Koo, Cecilia Cheung and Fan Bingbing.
  • Shaolin Soccer
    Stephen Chow, Wei Zhao, Yin Tse
    6 votes
    • Released: 2001
    • Directed by: Stephen Chow, Lee Lik-Chi
    All his life, an ordinary young man (Stephen Chow) has been treated like dirt. Still, he's never given up believing that all the world's problems could be solved with a little kung fu. So he's teaming up with a band of misfits - six friends who were kung fu masters in their youth - to form a soccer team that only he believes has a chance to win a $1 million grand prize. Together, they're going to apply their hidden talents to a whole new game -- and soccer will never be the same.

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  • Fly Me to Polaris
    Cecilia Cheung, Richie Ren, William So
    8 votes
    • Released: 1999
    • Directed by: Jingle Ma
    Fly Me to Polaris is a 1999 Hong Kong film directed by Jingle Ma and starring Cecilia Cheung and Richie Ren.

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  • King of Comedy
    Jackie Chan, Stephen Chow, Cecilia Cheung
    5 votes
    • Released: 1999
    • Directed by: Stephen Chow, Lee Lik-chi
    King of Comedy is a 1999 Hong Kong comedy film directed by Lee Lik-Chi and Stephen Chow. Unlike Stephen Chow's typical mo lei tau films, King of Comedy verges on comedy drama, describing the trials and tribulation that an aspiring actor experiences on his way to stardom. Some commentators say the story is based on Stephen Chow's early career, as he started off as a temporary actor, before becoming a successful and popular comedy actor over the course of a decade. The film does retain some of bizarre visual gags Chow is known for, such as Chow's character bleeding from the nose and eyes during a singing number. Jackie Chan plays a cameo role during the film.