The war between men and women never ends... Last time, Tin, Dr. Lee and Chao failed in the "mission", but they didn't take this as a lesson. They are more cautions these years and success ... See full summary »
The war between men and women never ends... Last time, Tin, Dr. Lee and Chao failed in the "mission", but they didn't take this as a lesson. They are more cautions these years and success to fool around behind their wives. This time, the team grows by a new comer - a university student Sai. At the same time, Mary, Ching, Chao's wife and Ling (Sai's girlfriend) get a DVD from Auntie Ninth. It is a very popular DVD among women recently, which is a documentary to teach women how to fooling around. Four women go to Macau to break the bond of morality. It is too late when the men discover this. They rush to Macau to ruin the women's plan. A battle between women and men begins... Written by
While I haven't seen the first movie yet, I had a chance to see the sequel on DVD. It's interesting to see that men are the same in China as they are I would guess everywhere. Sneaking around finding elaborate ways to cheat on their faithful hard working wives (one wife complains her husband hasn't had sex with her in 3 years and 8 months maybe since all he does is have sex with call girls). The wives ask the ninth auntie what they should do and she tells them to go out and fool around to save the marriage(s)! So the wives go to a hotel to have some fun but get recognized a lot and end up going to Macau to a strip club where they party with dancers then go off to private rooms with masked men. The husbands show up and find a way to switch places with the masked men and (of course) end up in the private rooms with their wives. This leads to them discovering how unhappy their wives are and in the end they are all together (as a group) again but the wives are still trying to find out if the husbands are cheating and the husbands guess what? They are still making plans to go to call girls. While I was very impressed with Infernal Affairs (one of the husbands played the head bad guy in that movie) this I really doubt will be remade as a big budget American film by a major director. I don't think Americans would be as amused by cheating husbands call girls and wives trying to catch them cheating. Might be hilarious stuff in China but don't think it translates well to American films. And we have Desperate Housewives for this kind of stuff anyway.
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