McDull is not the brightest kid on the block, but he continuously tries to do his best to please his mother. Still it seems he may not be destined for great things like she wishes, but McDull strives to try anyway.

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Principal / Logan (voice)
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McDull is not the brightest kid on the block, but he continuously tries to do his best to please his mother. Still it seems he may not be destined for great things like she wishes, but McDull strives to try anyway.

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15 December 2001 (Hong Kong)  »

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My Life as McDull  »

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(Buenos Aires Festival Internacional de Cine Independiente)

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McDull: Fishball noodle, please.
School Principal and Logan: No noodle left.
McDull: Fishball rice noodle then.
School Principal and Logan: No fishball left.
McDull: Chicken wing noodle then.
School Principal and Logan: No noodle left.
McDull: How about fishball congee?
School Principal and Logan: No fishball left.
McDull: Nothing left today? How about beef noodle?
School Principal and Logan: No noodle left.
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Followed by Mak Dau: Bo lo yau wong ji (2004) See more »

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I've had 2 tasio bau, may I have 2 more?
8 September 2002 | by (Vancouver BC Canada) – See all my reviews

First animated feature I've seen from HK, and hopefully not the last. Brilliant and unconventional, with an amazingly whimsical style of narrated recalled episodes interwoven with introspective investigations and loads of imaginative tirades. Wonderful mix of styles and techniques in the rendering, covering pretty much the full gamut of potential animation disciplines. Great comic writing, lovely recurrent jokes, terrific voice talent and really excellent songs, especially the one about tasio bau (steamed pork buns). Excellent for the kids, heck, the whole family! Really smart stuff! And no, I'm not biased just because my favorite female comedian Sandra Kwan-Yue Ng is one of the voice talents in this. ;)


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