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Chow lok yuen (2003)

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An amusement park reopens after a deadly accident fourteen years prior. But although the park is back in business, that doesn't mean it's safe, and when a young boy goes missing, a group of his friends set out to find him.

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Cast

Cast overview:
Bobo Chan ...
Yen Yu
Edwin Siu ...
Alan Yu
Tiffany Lee ...
YY (as Tung-Yi Lee)
Kara Hui ...
Mrs. Yu
Kwok Cheung Tsang ...
Dan (as Derek Tsang)
Wing-Hong Cheung ...
Ka-ho (as Jonathan Cheung)
Laila Boonyasak ...
Pinky (as Cherman Boonyasak)
Matthew Paul Dean ...
Shan
Pubate Maganit ...
Ken
Eddie Pheenarak ...
Caretaker (as Chalerm Taweebot)
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Yen's brother Alan has been missing for six days.Somehow, it is connected to an amusement park where a girl died 14 years ago in a ferris wheel accident. Their mother, who has the power to capture ghosts with a camera, believes he is dead, but Yen decides to go to the park to look for him. Along with friends Yen is chased out by a watchman. But they ignore his warnings and, one by one, they die. Written by Anon

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The price of admission is Your Life.

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Horror | Drama

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Rated R for violence and some disturbing images | See all certifications »
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23 October 2003 (Hong Kong)  »

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This film was partially shot in 3D. See more »

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Dan: Look! Mr. Chinese Vampire!
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What the hell?
15 January 2005 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Before I start this review, I must admit that when I saw this movie, it was the wee hours of the morning and I was slightly intoxicated. Maybe my judgment was a little off, but I doubt it.

'The Park' is a silly 3D horror movie about a haunted amusement park, which just happened to be built on a cemetery. After several deaths at the park, it was closed down. 14 years later, a journalist investigating the park goes missing (naturally). His sister, Yen, is determined to find him, but their mother, a ghost hunter, believes him to be dead already. Regardless of her mother's professional advice, Yen sets out with a group of ghost fodder (her friends) in an attempt to find her brother.

Where to begin with this film's faults? There are so many. For starters, the plot is a mess. Unoriginal and full of plot holes. There is nothing close to horror in this. Sure, there are ghosts and other such dead people, but no scares. The 3D effects on which the film was based weren't all that impressive - or even 3D - on the VCD I watched. The dialog (in subtitles) was rather bad. All the characters seem to have a problem in which they felt the need to state the obvious, with everyone saying several times "There are ghosts!". I think they got the point after that was said for the billionth time.

I will give 'The Park' credit for two things though: More proof that clowns are evil, and the fact that we have very little (to no) character development. It's a great way to determine early on who will die, and who will survive.

After thinking about it, this seemed like it was meant to be campy B-movie. The (very blatant) references to 'Mr Vampire' and 'Nightmare on Elm Street' prove that, but it still felt like the movie was taking itself too seriously. Sure, I laughed at some bad B-movie moments, but those few moments were surrounded by a whole lot of just plain bad material.

1/10 - 'The Park' was very disappointing. Maybe I'll try watching it again sometime, but not any time soon.


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