A Hong Kong bra company breaks tradition by hiring two men, Johnny and Wayne, to design an "ultimate bra" in 3 months. The head of the designing department, Lena, objects to their hiring ...
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A Hong Kong bra company breaks tradition by hiring two men, Johnny and Wayne, to design an "ultimate bra" in 3 months. The head of the designing department, Lena, objects to their hiring and makes them look like fools. However, things begin to heat up between Johnny and the boss, Samantha, while Wayne and Lena begin to feel an attraction. Nevertheless, the job is at hand to create the Ultimate Bra! Written by
This BRA needed to be 10 times more sexy or 10 times more funny than it was. BRA never makes it to sexploitation status. It us much too modest. Also, the featured characters are two men who are too dry and stiff to let this film develop into a good wacky comedy. Funnier Hong Kong movies have been made. Sad to say, this BRA only packs about an A-cup's worth of entertainment.
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