a sometimes hyper-drive slapstick comedy, this is mainly the story of a family business, the But Brassiere Company. Kenny Ho plays older brother Big But. He is a womanizer to an extent, though he has a sweet girlfriend, the aspiring singer Miss Cha. The father, who owns the company, is kind of fed up with Big But, so when the younger son, the nerdy Little But wants to go to live with Big But, he is naturally frustrated. Diana, played by the sexy and cute Karen Mok, hangs onto Big But until his younger brother takes on the guise of a movie producer, to help get her away from Big But. Many HK comedies of the time were like this, slapstick and sometimes not coming up for breath, but this one is better than most of them. The characters are well defined and it has funny and fun parts. Nothing perfect, just a pleasant film about craziness within a family.
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