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Lok Man Leung,
Tony Ka Fai Leung,
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What a load of crap! One of the worst products out of nowadays ridiculous Chinese movie industries. The whole viewing experience is like watching a horror movie full of badly evolved modern day Chinese, so horrible that I just want to wipe it out from my memory.
How could it possible the Chinese people would have evolved into such weird, shallow, ridiculous species after just about 1/2 century? Nobody in this film, young or old, male or female, looks like a normal person. Why they are so noisy, whinny, so shallow, so pretentious, so easy to scream their heads off? I was so disgust to the extreme once I started watching it. The feeling is like, well, how should I say it and describe it???...like...
...When you are mindlessly walk along on the sidewalk without paying attention to your steps and...suddenly you feel one of your shoes step on something a bit slippery and at the same moment, you smell a strong and disgusting odor....OMG, I step on a freshly dumped dog poo! That is exactly what I felt when I so mindless decided to take a look of this movie.
Although I don't want to repeat myself again and again, but I still have to remember what I've said before to lot of other bad bad Chinese movies. Too many filthy Chinese who want to be related to the movie industries, the entertainment business in China, so they just blindly invest their money without knowing what they are really invest, no matter how crappy the scripts are, as long as they see a stack of manuscript, showing a movie title on the first page, they just could hardly wait to throw in their money to become one of the movie producers. But most of nowadays movie screenplays in China are certified crap or junk. So many pea-brained non-talent guys have become directors and actors and they are so wholeheartedly ruining the Chinese movie industries and their TV drama series. They have ridiculed themselves as long as no political ideology involved that might damage the image of the Communist Chinese Party, they could waltz through the censorship. But by avoiding so much and so many sensitive subjects that won't be possible to survive the censorship or the heavy cut of the productions, most of their films could only and would only concentrate on the "Comedy" genre, but usually, these so-called comedies just ended up like pure crappy "Farce" through and through. More so-called Chinese comedies have been further categorized as "Romantic Comedy", but unfortunately, they usually turned out to be the worst farces and, this film is one in such class.
Verdict: DO NOT WATCH
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