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In this second sequel to Fight Back to School, Stephen Chow returns once again as SWAT team leader Detective Sing Chow. He is sent to investigate the murder of Million Wong by going undercover as the millionaire. Throughout the ordeal, he finds out that his girlfriend, Min, is dating the murder suspect.
As with many of Stephen Chow's films, this one has no shortage of slapstick humor and ridiculous action-comedy. Chow does his acting pretty well, this time playing two different characters, and inserts some neat suspenseful scenes where appropriate.
This sequel has much goofy scenes here and there, especially its obvious spoof to the movie Basic Instinct, but this was still a rather entertaining film with some surprising and unpredictable moments.
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