From Beijing With Love (Chinese: 國產凌凌漆; pinyin: Guóchǎn Líng Líng Qī; "Made in China [Domestic Produced] 007", "007" in this case being phonic to an otherwise nonsensical expression, "to pour paint") is a 1994 Hong Kong action comedy film directed by Lee Lik-Chi and Stephen Chow, an obvious spoof of James Bond movies. It stars Stephen Chow, Anita Yuen and Law Ka-Ying.
Golden Gun steals the cranium of China's only dinosaur fossil. Chow, starring as a hawker-cum-agent, is sent to Hong Kong by a high-class government official to recapture the cranium. When he arrives in Hong Kong, he meets Yuen, who proposes to help him in his endeavor. However, Yuen turns out to be a subordinate of Golden Gun. The Golden Gun is in actuality the government official who directed Chow to find the cranium. Golden Gun instructs Yuen to send Chow on a false lead and tell him that the cranium may have been stolen by a smuggler. Chow, with the help of Yuen, sneaks into a party held by the smuggler. Before he enters, he tells Yuen that he will fetch her some white roses. Yuen tells Chow to find evidence that the smuggler stole the cranium; meanwhile, Yuen hides in a tree, planning to snipe Chow from afar. The party is interrupted by a mysterious man (modeled after Jaws from James Bond) and a mysterious woman who are out to kill Chow. Taking this opportunity, Yuen shoots Chow several times, including once in the leg with Chow thinking another assassin has shot him. Chow (who was wearing a bulletproof vest but not bulletproof trousers) escapes, grabbing three white roses on the way out. Yuen is touched by this gesture and saves his life. She decides to defect from Golden Gun. Together, the two destroy the organization that was behind the theft of the cranium. Chow wins over Yuen and is rewarded with a chopper with the calligraphy of the Chinese leader.
Stephen Chow - Ling Ling Qi (007)
Anita Yuen - Li Xiang Qin (the name of a Hong Kong famous actress in Cantonese opera, featuring mistress of the Emperor)
Pauline Chan - Mystery Woman
Law Ka Ying - Da Wen Xi (Leonardo da Vinci)