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Am I the first one to comment this movie? Well, nice......as I believe this movie will be remembered as the best comedy in the history of Chinese cinemas.
Can't remember when does any movie make the audience applaud in the theater. And everybody laughs almost from the first minute to the last. I went to see this movie with my wife, and then, I took my parents to the theater and watched it again. They haven't been in any cinemas for years, and they love this one.
Yes, Ning Hao does follow the style of Guy Ritchie and the director himself doesn't deny that. But this one is much better than Rock n Rolla anyway.
A masterpiece, 10 of 10.
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