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Troublesome Night 13: Flower Ghost (2002)

Troublesome Night 13 (original title)
Number 13 in the Troublesome Night Series see a group of friends taking a trip to Thailand, where they stumble upon a ghost of a girl who was murdered by her boss. Needless to say, the ghost wants justice.

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Lan Law ...
Mrs. Bud Lung
Ken Wong ...
Hei Lik
Anita Chan ...
Hok
Ka Fai Tong ...
Bud Gay
Ho Lung Cheung ...
Bud Ren (as Ronnie Cheung)
Oni Tsuka ...
Brother Eight
Mr. Nine ...
Brother Nine
Zoie Tam ...
Hei May
Yee-Tung Cheung ...
Mint
Ka Ho Yu ...
Chow Ka-Ho
Wai Shing Chan ...
Hotel Clerk
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Number 13 in the Troublesome Night Series see a group of friends taking a trip to Thailand, where they stumble upon a ghost of a girl who was murdered by her boss. Needless to say, the ghost wants justice.

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31 January 2002 (Hong Kong)  »

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Even more troublesome!
25 April 2016 | by (California, USA) – See all my reviews

The Troublesome Night movie series continue with number 13, an unlucky number for an awful movie. The plot is cliché - a Chinese woman (May) in Thailand gets murdered by her boss' son and, as a result, her ghost returns to seek revenge. And, who happens to be vacationing in Thailand and encounter the ghost? Bud Gay (Ka Fai Tong), Bud Ren (Ronnie Cheung), Brother Eight (Oni Tsuka) and Brother Nine (Mr. Nine) - the annoying foursome who thinks they are hip and knows how to act.

There is really no ghost action until almost an hour into the movie, which, for a low-budget film, is exceedingly long - clocking in at nearly two hours. The plot is mostly consumed with the foursome vacationing in Thailand and trying to woo women. Horndogs Brother Eight and Brother Nine's excruciating annoying ways in trying to score some one-night stands and get into tour guide Hok's (Anita Chan) business are distasteful. Even more distasteful is that somebody think it was a brilliant idea to have Brother Eight wear a T-shirt that bears an image of Osama Bin Laden in a couple of scenes - classless!

When Bud Lung (Lan Law) finally shows up, we get some nice ghost and ritual action, from her doing battle with a Thai priestess to her trapping May's ghost. There are also a couple of scenes where Bud Ren startles Lung that I've found to be quite hilarious. But, other than that, this movie continues the rapid decline of the series and you would be wise to steer clear away from.

Grade D--


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