Yiu Chun-Man, a gay fashion designer in Hong Kong, gets a visit from twin brother Yiu Chun-Kit. Kit is visiting from Thailand and promptly takes Man's expensive car out for a spin and gets ... See full summary »
Yiu Chun-Man, a gay fashion designer in Hong Kong, gets a visit from twin brother Yiu Chun-Kit. Kit is visiting from Thailand and promptly takes Man's expensive car out for a spin and gets into a horrendous accident in which a woamn dies, and Kit was driving with Man's license. Since the revelation of Kit's true identity would be a real legal tangle, Kit is forced to assume Man's identity and vice-versa. Even worse, Kit is now in a coma, meaning Man has to hang out at his bro's bedside hoping that he can clue him into the switcheroo as soon as he wakes up. Written by
Not too bad Action-Comedy by Danny Pang, starring Ekin Cheng, Ekin Cheng and the always charming Charlene Choi. A homosexual fashion-designer from Hong-Kong (Ekin Cheng) has to close a deal with a Triads-Boss in Thailand, otherwise his twin brother (Ekin Cheng, who after a fatal car-crash lies in a hospital) will lose all his property plus a finger. Yeah, it's shallow comedy and the CGI during a "Bad Boys 2"-style car chase sucks, but characters come along rather likable and there are a couple of really good jokes (Homo-Cheng giving styling tips to the sulky father-in-law of his brother), so if you're equipped with a big forgetting heart and don't mind Not thinking a lot, you're in for some pretty amusing 90 minutes. Some (tame) shootouts have the camera concentrating on slow-motion posing, rather than actual bullets flying, and if you look closely, you'll notice a terrific cross-over-reference to Pang Brothers' "Ab-normal Beauty".
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?