Yang travels to Chen Village to learn a powerful form of Tai Chi. Though villagers are forbidden from teaching outsiders, Yang becomes their best hope for survival when a man arrives with a plan to build a railroad through the village.
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Womanizers get their penises removed as punishment from Hell
Michael Wong, Ekin Cheng, and Cheung Tat-Ming treat women poorly and have their penises removed as punishment from Hell. Each has a limited time to find a woman who will tell him that she loves him, or they will lose their penises forever. Everyone worked on this film on the cheap to help actor/producer Ng Chi-Hung out of debt. It's your basic "what if?" situation comedy played strictly for laughs. Ekin Cheng gets his own radio show talking about women's issues, Francis Ng is the station manager, and Wayne Lai is Cheng's transvestite arch-nemesis. Michael Wong in this film reminded me again why he keeps getting cast, he can be funny and charming, when he is relaxed and in a role that suits him. But the standouts of the cast have to be Louis Koo and Shu Qi as messengers from Hell. Goofy fun but for fans of the stars only.
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