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Chingmy Yau brings in something different for this movie
It's difficult for me to say which one of this series I like the best, but if I have to choose one, it will be this one.
None of the movie in this series is cerebral oriented. Keeping that in mind, this one had the best characters and stories that went with each of them.
I thought Chingmy Yau's character was outstanding in this movie. She was the extra focal point of this movie. It really does matter to have a good actor to make a good movie.
What's special about this series is the chemistry that the actors brings to the mood of the movie. It's indescribable, but it's there. Especially the mood Ekin Chen has sets the tone. But none of the other movies he stars in has this mood, so it's not just him, but mixture of others as well.
It's an average movie, but the actors won't let it just be an average movie, and it has a world all its own. See it for yourself to enjoy.
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