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The Pink Squad is comprised of four strong, tough women (Sandra Ng, Ann Bridgewater, Suki Kwan in her film debut, and Elsie Chan) who do their police work efficiently and successfully. As a result, their chauvinistic superiors in the police department are always scheming to try and get them fired. One of their ideas is to arrange for the Pink Squad to maintain surveillance on a blind musician...
Wasn't very exciting even with its well-known cast.
This is a supposed action comedy starring Sandra Ng, Ann Bridgewater, Elsie Chan and Suki Kwan as female cops who attempt to take on gang members. This plot device sounds interesting enough, but what lacks is a solid and intriguing plot that generates suspense. What also lacks is some hardcore action and much-needed humor.
The story is slow at times and the attempted drama doesn't gain much traction due to the uneven plot. Much of the story is concentrated on Sandra Ng and Ann Bridgewater, while Elsie Chan and Suki Kwan weren't emphasized enough. A host of other well-known HK actors appear including Ricky Hui, Billy Lau and Lowell Lo, but too bad they weren't utilized enough as well.
Overall, it is a slow action comedy. You wouldn't be missing much if you skip this movie over.
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