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This is a Hong Kong action drama movie starring Stephen Chow as Sui Yien who is the brother of a suspect Detective Fong Ngoinam (Sandra Ng) is trying to pursue. Though I don't remember much from this film, I do remember it is full of dry humor courtesy of Stephen Chow, which is what the film sorely needed, and drama from Sandra Ng, which is a departure from her since she usually does comedy.
The plot is somewhat blurry and all you really get are violent scenes after the other that are way overkill, from the bullet ballets to the wedding incident. Not recommended.
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