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Yin yang lu 15: Ke si hun lai (2002)

Ngau, a cook in the Hong Kong countryside, is trying to save his son from a vengeful evil spirit who was wronged years ago by Ngau's past life. In the process, Ngau seeks the help of Mrs. Bud Lung, who can communicate with the other side.

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Credited cast:
Anita Chan ...
Hok
Ho Lung Cheung ...
Bud Ren (as Ronnie Cheung)
Kit Yee Chung ...
Ngau's Wife
Kei Kei ...
Fa
Chun Lai ...
Keung
Jeffrey Lam ...
Japanese Soldier
Benny Law ...
Helpful Ghost
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Mrs. Bud Lung
Edmond Leung ...
Fai
Ting-Fung Li ...
Young Fai
Wai Cheong Mok ...
Taxi Driver
Mr. Nine ...
Brother Nine
Kon Chung Tam ...
Thug
Ka Fai Tong ...
Bud Gay
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Ngau, a cook in the Hong Kong countryside, is trying to save his son from a vengeful evil spirit who was wronged years ago by Ngau's past life. In the process, Ngau seeks the help of Mrs. Bud Lung, who can communicate with the other side.

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4 July 2002 (Hong Kong)  »

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Troublesome Night 15  »

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A tad better than the last few entries.
27 April 2016 | by (California, USA) – See all my reviews

Number 15 of the Troublesome Night movies is a tad better than the last few entries. Veteran Hong Kong actor Eric Tsang stars as Ngau, a cook in the Hong Kong countryside who is trying to save his son from a vengeful ghost who was wronged years ago by Ngau's past life.

The usual cast from the last few previous sequels return once more and acted more annoying than contributing to the plot, but Law Law's appearance is a breath of fresh air. The plot seemed to be more visible this time around, as I thought the past life plot device was quite unique and intriguing and was emphasized quite a bit throughout the movie.

While Eric Tsang and Lan Law were a welcome presence to the movie, the rest of the characters weren't memorable and didn't do much to make the movie a better viewing experience. It's just a lot of mesh, attempted comedy and cliché stuff. Still, though, better than the last few terrible entries in the series.

Grade C-


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