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Kai xin kuai huo ren (1987)

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(as Wing Hung Tang)
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(as Tony Chiu Wai Leung)
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Lap Ban Chan
Kuo Hua Chang
Siu Ping Cheng
Bo-San Chow ...
Suzie
Tau Chu
Clarence Yiu-leung Fok
Wai-Jan Koo
Hoi-San Kwan ...
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Shirley Kwan
Kit Ying Lam
Sam Lee
Tim-Sing Lee
Hung Wah Tony Leung
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21 May 1987 (Hong Kong)  »

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Happy-Go-Lucky  »

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Bad hair, crazy antics, TLCW before he found the roles he was born to play
4 January 2006 | by (Singapore) – See all my reviews

I kid you not, amidst all the bad hair, bad clothes, and very skinny TLCW, it's not that bad a show. But again, this showcases Tony acting a role more suitable for Stephen Chow.

Tony Leung plays Wai, an apple polisher working in a finance company co-managed by Ma and Kang, both being brothers. Kang is the good brother, Ma, the bad one. Wai tries to set Kang up with Mina to prevent Ma from getting her, but Kang likes Jackie, especially after saving her from prostitution (which she got into by mistake). Wai later reveals to Kang that he likes Mina, but is afraid Kang will be angry with him, besides the feelings between Mina and him (Wai) are mutual. Kang accepts this, and told him that he has feelings for Jackie, not Mina, and that he feels he's being forced to date Mina.

What follows is a series of ways in which Wai tries to impress Mina (which kinda screams Stephen Chow), and Mina rejecting him for those lousy, OTT ways. But Mina still accepts him anyway, because she feels he has a heart (besides she has always liked him). However Wai is later taken hostage, as part of a power struggle between the brothers. Wai thus has to prove his worth in a no rules car race to save Kang. Will he succeed?

Spoiler: He does of course! But watch the end for a twist!


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