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Yun cai zhi li xing (1996)

| Comedy, Fantasy
Angel of Nine Heavens is found to have fallen in love, and is banished to Earth. Windfall God is secretly in love with her, and begs the Jade Emperor to be given a chance with her. He is ... See full summary »

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Christy Chung ...
Christie Lee / Angel of Nine Heavens
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Saint Michael / Shing Shing
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Kenny Bee ...
God of Yee Long
Pak-Cheung Chan ...
Chiu Tak Nak / Windfall God
John Ching ...
God of Wealth / Choi Sun
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Masseuse
Danny Chung ...
Fairy
Ka-Fai Ho
Joe Junior ...
Fairy
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Cup Noodle
Wai-Kai Law
Edmond Leung ...
Fairy
Norman Law Man ...
Policeman
Kiu Wai Miu ...
Fairy
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Angel of Nine Heavens is found to have fallen in love, and is banished to Earth. Windfall God is secretly in love with her, and begs the Jade Emperor to be given a chance with her. He is sent to Earth in human form, only able to use his godly powers three times per day. He has seven days to find the reincarnation of Angel of Nine Heavens and make her fall in love with him. Written by Murray Chapman <muzzle@cs.uq.oz.au>

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Spoofs Sailor Moon (1992) See more »

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Cute
12 September 1999 | by (Toronto, Canada) – See all my reviews

... when it's at its best; there are many long stretches. Most of the credit goes to leading lady Anita Yuen, who does an unexpected Sailor Moon impression.

"Twinkle Twinkle" presupposes some knowledge of the Chinese pantheon, and, more importantly, a big, big interest in gambling.

For me, the highlight was the closing credit sequence with its series of funny spoofs having nothing whatsoever to do with this movie, from James Bond right along.


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