You asked:

what hong kong films has louis koo acted in

  • Louis Koo is an actor in the Hong Kong films Rob-B-Hood, Flash Point, Election, The Legend of Zu and Connected, among others.
  • Flash Point
    Flash Point

    Flash Point, the 2007 Hong Kong martial arts action film directed by Wilson Yip and featuring fight choreography by Donnie Yen, who also co-produced and stars in the film

  • Election

    Election (Chinese title: 黑社會 - literally "Black Society", a common Cantonese reference to the society of Triads), the 2005 Hong Kong film directed by Johnnie To with a large ensemble cast

  • Connected

    Connected, the 2008 Hong Kong action-crime thriller film directed by Benny Chan

  • Protégé

    Protégé (pronounced as 'Moon To' in Cantonese), the 2007 film directed by Derek Yee, starring Andy Lau, Daniel Wu, Louis Koo, Anita Yuen, and Zhang JingChu

  • Overheard

    Overheard, the 2009 Hong Kong crime thriller film written and directed by Alan Mak and Felix Chong, and produced by Henry Fong and Derek Yee

  • Triple Tap
    Triple Tap
    Triple Tap

    Triple Tap, the 2010 Hong Kong action thriller film directed by Derek Yee

  • Election 2
    Election 2

    Election 2 (Chinese: 黑社會以和為貴, literally "Black Society (triads) Value Peace Most"), also known as Triad Election in the US, the 2006 Hong Kong crime film directed by Johnnie To with a large ensemble cast

  • Triangle

    Triangle, the 2007 Hong Kong crime-thriller film produced and directed by Tsui Hark, Ringo Lam, and Johnnie To

  • Lost in Time
    Lost in Time

    Lost in Time, the 2003 Hong Kong drama directed by Derek Yee

  • Throw Down
    Throw Down

    Throw Down, the 2004 Hong Kong film directed by Johnnie To

  • tk10publ tk10canl

    Say hello to Evi

    Evi is our best selling mobile app that can answer questions about books, music, films, conversions, history, people, places and much more.

    To experience the full power of Evi you can download her app for free on iOS, Android and Kindle Fire.

    Other ways this question is asked: