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Fanny is a skilled mahjong player and young housewife, who's usually forbidden from her tile-clicking addiction by husband Johnny. However, when Johnny falls in with gambler Demon, Fanny ... See full summary »

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Cash Lee ...
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Kin-Yan Lee
Tiffany Lee ...
First Love
Zuki Lee ...
Curvy
Sammy Leung ...
Ronaldhino
Tian-Lin Wang ...
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Jing Wong
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Johnny
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Chi Mo Sai

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Fanny is a skilled mahjong player and young housewife, who's usually forbidden from her tile-clicking addiction by husband Johnny. However, when Johnny falls in with gambler Demon, Fanny gets sent packing. Johnny takes up with Demon's sister Curvy, and Fanny is left alone and seems to lose her mahjong-playing skills. Luckily, she receives additional training from her mahjong mentor Three Tiles, who also schooled Auntie Fei, as well as sexy player-in-training First Love. With the aid of her mahjong sisters, brother, plus Auntie Fei's husband Chi Mo Sai, Fanny regroups in time to take on Curvy, Demon, and Johnny at a climactic mahjong tournament. Written by Anon

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Lackluster sequel but manages to be entertaining
6 February 2006 | by (SanJose, California) – See all my reviews

One good movie sparks a lackluster sequel, this one apparently rushed out but capturing little of the manic appeal of the first Kung Fu Mah-jong. Wah Yuen and Qiu Yuen are back but in fairly small and supportive roles; Cherrie Ying (who was very memorable in Johnnie To's THROWDOWN and ELECTION) is excellent as the female lead, a young mah-jong expert troubled by a philandering husband who eventually leaves her for a mob boss's cruel sister. Ying has a wonderful expressiveness and positive intensity that is very pleasing; Yuen and Yuen of course are terrific as always; other cast members are adequate if unremarkable. The storyline is routine and predictable, with a few very funny moments but also a lot of convolution and humorous predicaments that are most likely lost on American audiences (the translation on the HK DVD from CN Entertainment also leaves something to be desired), and much of the "action" depends on a clear understanding of the intricacies of the mah-jong game; still it's an appealing and entertaining film that makes the most of a limited conceptualization.


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