Ryu, Dhalsim and Vega are sent out to stop M. Bison. They befriend a teenage school student and seek out Bison. Bison sends out his own soliders, Ken and Sagat.
|刘德华 (Andy Lau)||饰||Ti Man / Balrog LaCerda|
|张学友 (Jacky Cheung)||饰||Broom Man / Guile|
|郭富城 (Aaron Kwok)||饰||Lung / Ryu|
|邱淑贞 (Chingmy Yau)||饰||Chun May / Chun Li|
|张卫健 (Dicky Cheung)||饰||Chan Tai Hung / Yu Ti Hung / Son Goku|
|Wong Jing's Workshop Ltd.|
|Golden Harvest Company|
|发行公司||嘉禾 (1993) (VHS) (Taiwan)|
|Trash-o-Rama Distribución (2015) (DVD) (Spain)|
|Universe Laser & Video Co. Ltd. (2000) (DVD) (Hong Kong)|
- While Vega is originally portrayed as a villain and Ken as one of the main characters, this movie reversed it though Ken switched sides in the end.
- The song played during the end credits and also Broom Man sang during his music class was actually a Cantonese interpretation of a Tagalog ballad titled "Sana Kahit Minsan" (literally Hopefully, Even Just Once in English) originally by Filipino singer Ariel Rivera.
- Andy Hui's character, Kei-on is a combination of two characters from Japanese Comic, Doreamon, which are Suneo (where Andy Hui gets the weird hairstyle and wealthy background) and Giant (in the Cantonese version of Doreamon, Giant is called Kei-on and he is a big bully). Dicky Cheung's character is also a reference to Doraemon's main character Nobita (Cantonese version is called Dai-hung, always a bully victim of Giant and Suneo), and Charlie Yeung's character is obviously refers to Shizuka (Nobita's love interest in Doraemon). In fact, in the film there is also a reference to Doraemon comic. Once Hung discover the identity and ability of those three 'future cops' he exclaim that "it is just like Dai-hung (Nobita) has three Ding-dong (Doraemon's name in Cantonese) altogether!"