The list author says: "Since there is a number placed next to all of these movies on the list, I will do my best to personally rank them. It will be a very hard thing to do because the first 5 listed are some of my favorite movies ever. So, here it goes.
1 note- Unlike most actors like Jackie Chan and Tony Jaa, Jet Li never takes a cameo role, or a smaller part in a movie. The 2 exceptions are 'High Risk' and 'Lethal Weapon 4'. 'Swordsman 2' is the only other movie where he isn't the lead star."
"A masterpiece of cinema in just about every single way. I did have 2 major problems with the movie but this getting my #1 spot just shows how greatly the positives outweigh the negatives. Tsui Hark's best work and Jet Li's best overall performance."
"Jet Li shows to be a very good actor in an above average action movie. A very odd movie I should add. Only slightly above average in my opinion but the fight with the guy in white at the end is a highlight of action cinema. It always gets me excited."
"Great movie in line with the other 3 in the series. More comedy added with Chris Rock and then of course you also have Joe Pesci. A 100% straight-faced Jet Li makes his debut in America and shows that he may be a little guy, but you don't crack a joke about him."
"Jet Li very early in his career. Sadly, it is just your typical Hong Kong movie. Good action sequences but too few. Also stars Stephen Chow and the great Dick Wei(from 'Yes, Madam' and 'Heart of a Dragon')."
"Jet in a decent American role but he has way too many Jackie Chan characteristics about him in this. Jet Li is one of a kind and does not need to imitate anybody. It is sad that American directors will probably never figure out what to do with real action stars. Come on Tarantino, prove me wrong one day."
"The last Wong Fei Hung movie with Jet Li. Nice to see Rosamund Kwan back and it is directed by Sammo Hung. Sadly, it is hard to decide if this is better than the third part in the series, which wasn't all that great."
"A big drop off from the first 2 movies. Some people have problems with the wire use in parts 1 and 2 but part 3 is absolutely ridiculous. Still a fun movie, but it really could have used an actual final fight."
"Just like High Risk is a ripoff of Diehard, this is a ripoff of, you guessed it, The Bodyguard with Kevin Costner. Very bad but worth it for Christy Chung fans. I do actually sort of like this movie, only because of Christy Chung though."
"This is not the worst movie in the world but Marc Dacoscos in not showcased properly, WAY too much wire fu, and worst of all, it is a blatant ripoff of Exit Wounds in too many ways. The final fight is the biggest disappointment for me though. I seriously thought the ladies fight was the best, and that is not what I expect when 2 of the greatest movie martial artists ever square off."
"A Jing Wong movie and as stupid as can be. It is sad that Jet Li decided to take a supporting role in this corny movie that is bad in almost every way. Billy Chow is in the movie but doesn't even fight Jet. Instead, we get to see Chow in a thong. Thanks a lot Jing Wong, that is what every die-hard action fan was waiting to see."
"It is odd that my favorite and my least favorite Jet Li were both directed by Tsui Hark. It shows you how truly crazy Hong Kong Cinema is. This movie actually seems to be shot in America. Really nothing good to say about this movie except a couple decent fights. I will just say that Jerry Trimble is definitely not one of the better actors around today, and wasn't any good back then either."