In Hong Kong's Paradise Cove Sharon ('Chrissie Chau') and Rachel (Theresa Fu) work at a restaurant of their kung fu master uncle Tao ('Lo Mang') while taking on rivals in beach volleyball ... See full summary »
In ancient China, rich Prince married to sexually obsessed Princess. Despite all the love delights of her husband, she finds a lover and betrayed him sophisticated passion. Servant Princess... See full summary »
After being thrown out of the police academy, Debbie Fung (Ellen Chan) gets a new chance but instead the proposition is to go undercover. Accepting the mission to get close to tycoon Lau ... See full summary »
Nam opens a bar in Wanchai and continues his rise in Hong Kong's Hung Hing gang. His best friend, Chicken, needs to lie low, so he's sent to Taiwan to work for Lui, leader of the San Luen ... See full summary »
A street hustler with terrible luck (Tony Leung) encounters the sensual ghost of a woman (Chingmy Yau) and discovers that he was murdered by a crime boss in a previous life. Together they ... See full summary »
The "sequel" to the cult Hong Kong hit "Naked Killer" (which, unfortunately, I have not seen yet) is, according to all sources, a much different film. Not the best way to get acquainted with modern Hong Kong cinema, but a fair enough ride for more seasoned fans. Meandering and unpleasant at times, with the usual uneasy Hong Kong mix of different tones, but technically well-made; Chingmy Yau's charming presence and Simon Yam's good performance make up for a lot of other deficiencies. Warning: the DVD subtitling is OUTRAGEOUSLY bad; not even eight-year-old kids make so many grammatical and spelling errors in each written sentence. (**1/2)
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