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On his death bed in the United States Mr. Lin grants his grandson, Lin Tien-Chi, his wealth of US$300 million, but only if Tien-Chi can find a wife within a month. Tien-Chi, however, is ... See full summary »



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Credited cast:
Nina Li Chi ...
Feng Mu-Jen
Michelle Reis ...
Lo Hsaio-Hsiao
Wilson Lam ...
Lin Tien-Chi
Jing Wong ...
Lin's Cousin
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Monica Chan ...
Mu Lan-Hua
Pak-Cheung Chan ...
Plastic Surgeon
Keith Kwan ...
Sharon Kwok
Chun Kit Lee
Yee Ha Lee
Siu-Wai Mui ...
Anders Nelsson ...
Lawyer Stone
Kwok-Leung Ngan
Fui-On Shing ...
Leslie Lo Chia-Cheng
Pik-Wan Tang


On his death bed in the United States Mr. Lin grants his grandson, Lin Tien-Chi, his wealth of US$300 million, but only if Tien-Chi can find a wife within a month. Tien-Chi, however, is very shy and has never had any luck with the opposite sex. Mr. Lin's nephew, Robert, who will get the money should Tien-Chi fail, does everything in his power to prevent Tien-Chi from marrying. In the end, Tien-Chi has two women to choose from: Feng Mu-Jen, who is deceiving him to help Robert get the money, and Lo Hsiao-Hsiao, a beautiful poor girl who is set up time and again by Robert and Mu-Jen so that Tien-Chi will not choose her. Written by Hans Wadsten <>

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7 July 1990 (Hong Kong)  »

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Perfect Girls  »

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Wong Jing's Romantic comedies.
29 September 2004 | by (Sacramento, CA) – See all my reviews

Perfect Girls (1990) is another one of Wong Jing's paycheck films. In his on words, he'll make the kind of films that the public wants. Out of every ten films, he'll make a film that's near and dear to him. The rest of the time he'll make the kind of movies that'll make him the kind of money that'll fund his next "personnel project". Sure his mainstream films are schlocky and cheesy, but they're a whole lot of fun!

Perfect Girls was made during the period when Wong Jing's film making career really began to take off (as in productivity). The story concerns a rich and wealthy elderly Chinese man who's on his death bed. He laments that his only grandson is still not married. Before he dies he wants to see him married to a nice girl. If he does, he stands to inherit his entire fortune. But the problem is his grandson his waiting for the "perfect woman" who's a combination of several H.K. film actresses. The kid's mom is also worried that he'll never find a bride and remain a bachelor for the rest of his life. Can he find true love or will his mom and best friend try and find him a suitable bride, any bride?

An entertaining film from Wong Jing, it's sappy and sweet. Filled with his usual stabs at western films and culture. Like all of his films, the dialog is sharp and funny whilst the direction his very good. Even on a modest budget Wong Jing can always be counted on. A young Michelle Reis also co-stars in this film, along with Wong Jing who co-stars as a honey lipped Lothario. A fun film that's worth watching.


Michelle Reis is an attractive lass!

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