8 Movies That Prove Michelle Yeoh Is A Real Baddie


Yes, Madam!, released in 1985 is one of the best films of Michelle Yeoh and it is known for featuring a lot of female actors fighting against a group of villains.

Released in 1992, Supercop features Yeoh showing off her martial arts skills and she portrayed the role of an Interpol inspector and she was spotted performing a lot of stunts.

1994’s Wing Chun marked Michelle Yeoh’s collaboration with popular director and stuntman Woo-Ping Yuen and they collaborated later on other projects.

Yeoh had the opportunity to appear in one of the James Bond films, Tomorrow Never Dies. She did her own stunts in the film and it featured Pierce Brosnan in the lead.

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon was one of the biggest hits in 2000 and Yeoh appeared opposite Chow Yun-fat where two warriors were unable to express their love for each other.

Memoirs of a Geisha was an adaptation of Arthur Golden’s novel and it featured Yeoh as a matriarch, Mameha, who schools her young protégé Chiyo in the ways of serving as a geisha.

The Lady is inspired from the life of Aung San Suu Kyi and Yeoh played the role of a character who stood up to violence and oppression.

Released in 2018, Crazy Rich Asians featured Yeoh playing the role of a mother who is sophisticated to Nick whose girlfriend Rachel is not someone that she likes.

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