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Zui jia pai dang zhi: Zui jie pai dang (1997)

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Credited cast:
Alan Tam ...
Ho Sik / Ho Sik's Father
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Chui Cheong / Drunk Gun
Christy Chung ...
Lei Lai-Shan
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Moses Chan ...
Thug
Bing-Chuen Cheung
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Police Special Force
Billy Chow ...
Thug
Donna Chu ...
Mandy Lei
Maria Cordero ...
Ho's Mother
Emily Kwan ...
Driving Teacher
Ben Lam ...
Lung
Chau Sang Lau ...
lieutenant of Sik's Group
Simon Lui ...
Chung Yue
Francis Ng ...
Lui Yue-Yeung
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21 June 1997 (Hong Kong)  »

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Follows Part 2, Mad Mission: Aces Go Places (1983) See more »

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Not as good as it could've been.
27 March 2005 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

As long as you try to think of it as being purely a low budget comedy you'll be OK rather than a 'sequal' to Aces Go Places.

It bears very little similarities to the older films. It tries some slapstick but fails wherever it tries to emulate the successes of the past.

No Sam Hui, no Karl Maka. None of the glue that held the original films together, no chemistry between the actors and even the sexy Christy Cheung does very little in this film deserving any merit.

Having said all this, it's not a terrible film. It's not good, but it's not a terrible film. Light hearted once off viewing if you happen to come across the DVD or the VCD but don't expect amazing comedy or a return to the good old days of King Kong and Baldy.


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