I have four words for you guys: "Jackie Chan vs. pirates." And yes, it's as awesome as it sounds.
Set at some point in the 1800s, Hong Kong's coast guard is unsuccessfully trying to apprehend the pirate lord Lo San-pao (Dick Wei), despite the best efforts of men like Sergeant Dragon Ma (Jackie Chan). The coast guard is also forced to compete with the police, let by the supercilious Captain Chi (Kwan Hoi-san), for funds. This creates friction between the two, culminating in a fantastically choreographed all-out bar brawl between the police and Coast Guard. As if that wasn't bad enough, Mr. Chow (Wong Wai), a prominent Hong Kong gangster, is cooperating with the pirates, including facilitating an attack on the coast guard as they're preparing to set sail. With their ships destroyed, the Coast Guard personnel are transferred to the police, where Chi's nephew, Inspector Hong (Yuen Biao) is responsible for their training. Already disdainful of each other, the training goes roughly, with Hong administering ridiculous punishments for minor "offenses." However, Hong gains new appreciation for Man's abilities when, on his first mission as a cop, Dragon captures a known criminal at Chow's club. However, Dragon quits the force in disgust when confronted by blatant police corruption, much to Hong's dismay.
All this in only 106 minutes.