Three brothers try to make ends meet when they concoct plans to be one big family of eight. Cooking expert Mr. Fong goes through high and low to court Opera performer Wu Hsiu-Fang, Gigolo ... See full summary »
Raymond Bak-Ming Wong,
Carol 'Do Do' Cheng
Jack and Martin are members of rival Chinese triads in the middle of a gang war. Both of their gang leaders like to get advice from a fortune teller living in Thailand. On one such trip, ... See full summary »
A young, unsuccessful singer, after committing suicide, is to be reincarnated, this time into a musical family. Her spirit must get to the hospital where her future mother is currently ... See full summary »
Raymond Bak-Ming Wong,
A father's ex-girlfriend resurfaces after a 10-year absence wanting to take her son away from him. With his world shattered, he must decide between what is best for his son and his own future happiness.
The all-female Heroic Trio are Tung (Wonder Woman), Chat (Thief Catcher), a mercenary, and Ching (Invisible Woman). Initially, they're on opposing sides - the invisible Ching is kidnapping ... See full summary »
Set some time after the original 'Heroic Trio' the city has been devastated by nuclear attack. An evil deformed villain controls the city's scarce water supply, exerting influence over both... See full summary »
When an ambulatory TV news unit live broadcasts the embarrassing defeat of a police battalion by five bank robbers in a ballistic showdown, the credibility of the police force drops to a ... See full summary »
This is a romance comedy from Hong Kong, where Raymond Wong plays Willie Ng, a sexually frustrated man who wants to be happy with his wife Sylvia (Sylvia Chang) but finds himself having a harmless fling with a girl (Nina Li Chi) he met during a business trip.
It's a movie full of mild adult humor and some good-nature romance, with a message offers a reminder that you should always treasure what you have and never take any of your loved ones for granted. It is also a movie with a fast-paced plot and some good acting, from Raymond Wong's reactionary scenes to Nina Li Chi's thick Shanghai-nese accent and alluring personality.
Overall, it's good romance comedy to offer a few chuckles here and there.
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