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It's a Mad, Mad, Mad World III (1989)

Fu gui zai san po ren (original title)
The Biu Family collects their lottery winnings in Canada and returns to Hong Kong to start a new life together, minus the second daughter due to a family quarrel of her involvement with her... See full summary »

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Stephen Shin
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Bill Tung ... Bill
Lydia Shum ... Mrs. Bill
Elsie Chan ... Da-Dai
Loletta Lee ... Wai-Dai
Pauline Kwan ... Zhiu-Dai
Eric Tsang ... Siu Kou-Joe
Lowell Lo ... Mo-Mo
Sam Christopher Chow Sam Christopher Chow ... Sam
Frances Yip ... Francis
Teresa Carpio Teresa Carpio ... Sam's Stepmother
Man-Tat Ng ... Uncle Gold Fish
Chiu-Chung Kwan Chiu-Chung Kwan ... Canadian Lottery Manager
Leung-Sek Hung Leung-Sek Hung ... TV horse Racing Comentator
Ka Lok-Shi Ka Lok-Shi ... TV horse Racing Comentator
Ching-Ho Law ... Bill's Nephew
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The Biu Family collects their lottery winnings in Canada and returns to Hong Kong to start a new life together, minus the second daughter due to a family quarrel of her involvement with her boyfriend. After Mrs. Biu shows off her money to her old friends at her bank, she loses it all in a robbery. Now, void of their new found wealth, the Biu Family must start over from scratch again. Written by Oliver Chu

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Cantonese

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2 February 1989 (Hong Kong) See more »

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It's a Mad, Mad, Mad World III See more »

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Follows It's a Mad, Mad, Mad World II (1988) See more »

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Second sequel for the Biu Family is somewhat entertaining.
9 February 2016 | by OllieSuave-007See all my reviews

In this Hong Kong classic comedy sequel, the Biu Family (Bill Tung, Lydia Sum, Elsie Chan, Loletta Lee and Pauline Kwan) return in another bout with big money troubles and a slew of misadventures. Time time, the family collects their lottery winnings in Canada and returns to Hong Kong to start a new life together, minus the second daughter due to a family quarrel over her boyfriend. After Mrs. Biu shows off her money to her old friends at her bank, she loses it all in a robbery. Now, void of their new found wealth, the Biu Family must start over from scratch again.

The acting was excellent in the movie, and helped deliver an otherwise slower-paced plot than the first two movies. The characters nonetheless still managed to deliver a unique brand of laugh-out-loud humor and deadpan comedy. It's entertaining seeing each of the family members go through misadventures in their lives, especially the part where eldest daughter Da-Dai must deal with her boyfriend (Lowell Lo) and her ex (Eric Tsang) meeting each other. There's also more touches of drama in the movie, like during the scene where second daughter Wai-Dai's boyfriend (Sam Christopher Chow) gets arrested for operating an illegal vendor, throwing more turmoil into the family.

Not the best sequel, but you'll still be somewhat entertained by this family comedy from start to finish!

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