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Jing zu 100 fen (1990)

On his death bed in the United States Mr. Lin grants his grandson, Lin Tien-Chi, his wealth of US$300 million, but only if Tien-Chi can find a wife within a month. Tien-Chi, however, is ... See full summary »

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Jing Wong

Writer:

Jing Wong
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Cast

Credited cast:
Nina Li Chi ... Feng Mu-Jen
Michelle Reis ... Lo Hsaio-Hsiao
Wilson Lam ... Lin Tien-Chi
Jing Wong ... Lin's Cousin
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Monica Chan ... Mu Lan-Hua
Pak-Cheung Chan ... Plastic Surgeon
Ju Fang ... Ah Shin's mother
Keith Kwan ... Robert
Sharon Kwok
Chun Kit Lee Chun Kit Lee
Yee Ha Lee
Siu-Wai Mui ... Tsing-Tsing
Anders Nelsson ... Lawyer Stone
Kwok-Leung Ngan Kwok-Leung Ngan
Fui-On Shing ... Leslie Lo Chia-Cheng
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On his death bed in the United States Mr. Lin grants his grandson, Lin Tien-Chi, his wealth of US$300 million, but only if Tien-Chi can find a wife within a month. Tien-Chi, however, is very shy and has never had any luck with the opposite sex. Mr. Lin's nephew, Robert, who will get the money should Tien-Chi fail, does everything in his power to prevent Tien-Chi from marrying. In the end, Tien-Chi has two women to choose from: Feng Mu-Jen, who is deceiving him to help Robert get the money, and Lo Hsiao-Hsiao, a beautiful poor girl who is set up time and again by Robert and Mu-Jen so that Tien-Chi will not choose her. Written by Hans Wadsten <dubl@swipnet.se>

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Crazy, But Fun HK Comedy
7 February 2010 | by crossbow0106See all my reviews

Writer/director/co-star Wong Jing takes a fairly familiar plot, a dying grandfather will give his Hong Kong raised grandson 300 million dollars if he marries someone within a month and the girl doesn't know about the money. Before he even knows his grandfather's plan, Tin Chi (Wilson Lam) meets Siao Siao (the beautiful Michelle Reis), who is brash and profane. This sets off a series of comic moments when Tin Chi's mom tries to set him up with others. Nina Li plays a model who Tin Chi falls for. Its a wacky film, like many HK films at the time, but Wong Jing keeps the film going at a spunky, fast pace. Nothing to rave about, but watchable and easy to digest. If you like screwball comedy, this will suit you fine.


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Country:

Hong Kong

Language:

Cantonese

Release Date:

7 July 1990 (Hong Kong) See more »

Also Known As:

Leng zuk 100 fun See more »

Filming Locations:

Hong Kong, China

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Mono

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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