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Xiao xin jian die (1990)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Teddy Robin Kwan ...
Sibelle Hu ...
Island 001
Nina Li Chi ...
Li Chi
Eric Kot ...
Soft Fujiyama
Jan Lamb ...
Hard Fujiyama
Elsie Chan ...
So Saan ...
Playgirls Lead Singer
Kit-Man Mak ...
Fujiyama No. 1
Maria Cordero ...
Playgirls Drummer
Gai-keung Si ...
Taiwanese Agent
Fai-Hung Chan ...
James Fong
Amy Yip ...
Taiwan 72
Ma Siu-Foo ...
Taiwanese Agent
Fui-On Shing ...
Police Officer
Joanna Chan ...
Customer at the Club


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Tedious action comedy with a few good moments
21 July 2008 | by See all my reviews

Teddy Robin Kwan, an actor shorter than average but not short enough to be classified as a midget, plays the manager of an all-girl music band ("The Playgirls"), who becomes the target of spies from different agencies when he comes into possession (without even knowing it) of a top-secret microfilm containing the map to stolen Taiwan treasures. "To Spy With Love" is about 85% comedy, and the comedy is largely unfunny. You may laugh a little here and there, but mostly it's really tedious. Teddy Robin Kwan does not have enough charisma, comic or of any other type, to be the lead of a film. The film threatens to come to life after an hour, with its one major action sequence that begins with a motorcycle firing a missile at a truck and ends with a rather unique chase on large ice-cubes! But the other action set-piece, the climactic fight between Nina Li and Sibelle Hu, with Kwan caught in the middle, is disappointingly gimmicky. Not really a recommended movie. (*1/2)

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