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Grace is a hard-boiled detective who is dedicated only to her work and not to love. Despite two men's love for her, she doesn't believe in love yet she has dreams about a Prince Charming. On a vacation in Malaysia, she meets Alex, who she believes is the one she has dreamt about. However, Alex holds a secret he cannot reveal to her yet, and Grace's adventure in looking for Mister Perfect begins. Written by
Although finished in 2001, producers at China Star released "Black Mask 2: City of Masks" (2001) instead thinking that it would make more money. It didn't so the release date for "Looking For Mister Perfect" (2003) was severely pushed back. This movie still didn't do well at the box office due to the outbreak of SARS in Asia. (Scource: hkfilm.net's review of "Looking For Mister Perfect.") See more »
This aint a typical Ringo Lam's crime/thriller movie. Nonetheless, this movie is entertaining as it is packed with action and jokes that work. Shu Qi is fine but Simon Yam and Chapman To certainly steal the show.
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