The Biu Family collects their lottery winnings in Canada and returns to Hong Kong to start a new life together, minus the second daughter due to a family quarrel of her involvement with her... See full summary »
The Biu Family collects their lottery winnings in Canada and returns to Hong Kong to start a new life together, minus the second daughter due to a family quarrel of her involvement with her boyfriend. After Mrs. Biu shows off her money to her old friends at her bank, she loses it all in a robbery. Now, void of their new found wealth, the Biu Family must start over from scratch again. Written by
It'a a Mad, Mad, Mad World (1989) is the third film in the Biu family series. The family learns about having to move back to Hong Kong but Lydia learns about having won the Canadian lottery and the family needs to fly back to Canada before the deadline in order to claim their prize. But they learn the lesson about getting rich quick has many draw backs. Can the Biu family survive the storm and become a loving family once more?
The core unit of the family still remain the same. A few familiar faces return as well. Eric Tsang is back as the ex-boyfriend who wants his girlfriend back. Bill Tung and Lydia Sum along their cast children return for the third installment. More of the same for this one. If you enjoyed the last two then you'll enjoy this one as well.
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