Three successful Hong Kong lawyers are hired by a chemical company of questionable ethics and must eventually make a difficult decision when their employer's motives become clear.
|成龙 (Jackie Chan)||饰||Jackie Lung|
|洪金宝 (Sammo Kam-Bo Hung)||饰||Luke Wong Fei-hung (as Samo Hung)|
|元彪 (Biao Yuen)||饰||Timothy Tung Tak-Biao|
|杨宝玲 (Pauline Yeung)||饰||Nancy Lee|
|叶德娴 (Deannie Ip)||饰||Miss Yip (as Deannie Yip)|
|Golden Harvest Company|
|发行公司||Asia Film Exchange (1988) (Theatrical) (Philippines)|
|René Chateau Productions (1989) (Theatrical) (France)|
|Sato Home Vídeo (VHS) (Brazil) (as "Dragons Forever")|
|Reserva Especial (VHS) (Brazil) (as "Dragões para Sempre")|
|DMEG (2004) (Video) (Sweden)|
|STAR TV Filmed Entertainment (1993) (All media) (World-wide)|
- In the factory fight scene, Kar Lok Chin doubled for some of Jackie Chan's footwork.
- On the Hong Kong Legends DVD release of this movie, Hong Kong cinema expert Bey Logan offers his opinion of why this movie underperformed both in the domestic and Japanese markets. The primary reason cited is that the actors played roles against type. Jackie Chan plays a slick lawyer who chases women, in contrast to the happy-go-lucky everyman characters he usually plays. Similarly, Biao Yuen plays an eccentric and possibly mentally disturbed character, rather than the underdog character fans were used to. For Sammo Kam-Bo Hung, rather than the timid character that's been described in earlier movies, he instead plays like a rascal. Logan explains that in general, the cinema-going public in Hong Kong are not as open to such departures of role as, perhaps, the public in the West would be.
- As of 2020, this was the last time Hong Kong's most famous film actors (Colloquially called as the Three Brothers because they all attended the famous China Drama Academy in Hong Kong at the same time) 成龙, 洪金宝, and 元彪 appeared in a movie together.