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Richard Woo ...
Chau (as Richard Ng)
John Sham ...
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May Mei-Mei Lo ...
May Lo
Philip Chan ...
Ma Wu ...
Lo-Ma
Dennis Chan ...
Police Sergeant
Wai-Man Chan ...
Killer
Boon Chai Yat ...
Police Records Supervisor
Billy Sau Yat Ching ...
Killer
David Wu ...
Dr. Quing
Yung-Sheng Pan ...
Freddie (as Yun Sang Baan)
Min Kan Ng ...
Keung
Wing-Cho Yip ...
Hotel Clerk
Jing Chen ...
CID
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The Hong Kong detectives, Chau and Beethoven, are back once more. This time, their mission is to protect a young girl from a gang boss' henchmen, who are trying to eliminate her so she couldn't testify in court against their boss. Meanwhile, the plot thickens when a police medical report revealed that Chau apparently has cancer; therefore, Beethoven will see to it that his partner will have a well-deserved vacation in his remaining months. Written by Oliver Chu

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Pom Pom strikes with best sequel!
19 January 2015 | by (California, USA) – See all my reviews

This is the third and final sequel to the Hong Kong action comedy series Pom Pom. Richard Ng and John Sham return one last time as detectives Chau and Beethoven, who is on a mission to protect a young girl from a gang boss' henchmen, who are trying to eliminate her so she couldn't testify in court against their boss.

Unlike the previous Pom Pom movies, this film seemed to focus well on the main plot of the detectives trying to protect the girl, resulting in suspenseful action and slapstick comic relief. The subplot of Chau being misinformed he was diagnosis with terminal cancer is added intrigue and blended in well with the main plot, keeping the movie entertaining.

Ng and Sham continue their sometimes frustrated and delightful partnership. The acting is spot-on and not over-the-top. It's another fine Hong Kong comedy and was also a favorite in my childhood days - it's a good one to close out the Pom Pom series.

Grade B+


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