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Tony Chiu Wai Leung,
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Not what you expect from a Wong Jing Production, but we all know he is capable for producing quality darker comedies. This is a perfect example when Wong Jing can restrain himself and allowing his stars to shine. Nick Cheung performs at his restrain best, while he is ably assisted by the ever dependable Shu Qi. Certainly it is not the best gambling movie, nor is it filled with creative sequences, but the film goes to a darker territory, not usually seen in most Jing's Production we have grown used to. Not exactly touching, but edgy enough and that's probably good enough from the Jing's Factory
Neo rates it 6.5/10.
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