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Mi li jig jie zhi: Lan gui fang (2002)

| Fantasy, Horror, Mystery | Video
Ben is haunted by the ghost of a woman who was his girlfriend in a previous life, and it interferes with his hysterical girlfriend and his investigation of a man who has been murdering and ... See full summary »

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Officer Ben Li
Anita Chan ...
Cheung Man-kwan
Wa Hong ...
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Chun-Shun Lo ...
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Lan Law ...
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Shui Ting Ng
Sherin Young
Tat Ming Poon
Kaw Wing Wong
Eddie Chan
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Lan Luo
Ga-Yin Wong
Wenjian Zhou
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Ben is haunted by the ghost of a woman who was his girlfriend in a previous life, and it interferes with his hysterical girlfriend and his investigation of a man who has been murdering and raping young women (in that order) in public gardens. Written by Scott Andrew Hutchins <scottandrewhutchins@yahoo.com>

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Cop and a ghost team up to stop a serial killer but nobody cares
28 August 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Michael Chow is on the trail of a serial murderer who rapes and kills his victims in gardens around Hong Kong. He obsesses endlessly over the case and even gets a vengeful ghost to help him solve it, but the solution is so patently obvious I can only assume he is just plain lousy at detective work and should maybe switch to being a traffic cop instead. Michael Chow doesn't have a whole lot of charisma, and it becomes painfully obvious here, as he hopelessly fumbles about as the forgettable star of a forgettable movie. The script is inane and the production as a whole lacks originality. Shot on video. First in what perhaps was hoped to be a competing horror franchise to the TROUBLESOME NIGHT series. Don't think it's going to happen.


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