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Credited cast:
Chien-Lien Wu ...
Li Yi-Wah
Danny Lee ...
Chicken Wong Tai-Kit
Li Yu ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Adam Chung-Tai Chan ...
(as Chung-Tai Chan)
Chi Fai Chan
Frankie Chi-Leung Chan ...
Ah Man (as Chi-Leung Chan)
Emil Chau ...
(Cameo appearance)
Kwok-Ping Choi
Kuo-Chung Chou
Cho-Kuen Chu
So-Po Fung
Lorraine Ho
Fan Hui


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19 April 1997 (Hong Kong)  »

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Walk In  »

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1.85 : 1
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Be careful what you promise someone
5 May 2006 | by (Los Angeles, CA) – See all my reviews

An interesting HK comedy with a good dose of action. The main premise of this story is the ability for a soul of a human to enter the body of another person, and live on in that manner.

The movie starts off with a woman jumping off the top of a tall building, something she somehow manages to walk away from as the police stare in amazement. Next we see Chicken, played by Danny Lee (the cop in The Killer) a rather inept criminal get shot up in a robbery gone wrong. During this same robbery we encounter Tommy, a policeman who becomes a paraplegic as a result of a losing battle with a speeding car. As Chicken lies in a coma, Tommy becomes disenchanted with using a plastic bag for a bathroom and being unable to enjoy the physical relationship with his fiancée. He goes to the woman jumper we met at the start of the film, and asks her how he can become reincarnated as she did. One thing leads to another and Tommy ends up in Chicken's body, but only after making two promises to Chicken's soul. The first is that the body will only be borrowed in order to avenge Chicken's shooting, and the second is that should Tommy attempt to use Chicken's body to take advantage of any of Chicken's women things will be over before they get started.

Tommy then awakens as Chicken and starts to live Chicken's life. He discovers that Chicken had a less than stellar reputation and character, and yet somehow managed to keep two mistresses in addition to his wife. To this mess throw in Chicken's sister who takes a special liking to her newly transformed brother, and Tommy's quest to right the wrongs in Chicken's life become more convoluted.

This movie is a good mix of comedy and action. Danny Lee play two rather different characters in this movie, and is particularly funny when (as Tommy) he comes to grips with Chicken's life and problems. Its premise is different from the usual HK action genre, and worth checking out.

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