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Game Kids (1992)

Ji Boy xiao zi: Zhen jia wai long (original title)
Andy Lau played a high IQ young man who got 8 years old-like mental age, who suddenly becomes a head of triad society. With his kiddish behavior and desire to always play with games and toys, would he make it?

Director:

Gordon Chan
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Cast

Credited cast:
Lawrence Cheng ... Store Manager
Mark King Mark King ... Mafia Boss
Rosamund Kwan ... Kwan, Chi-Lam
Aaron Kwok ... Chung
Spencer Lam ... Police Captain
Andy Lau ... Wong Kau-Tai
Do-Yu Lee ... Bodyguard
Ho-Wai Mak
Man-Tat Ng ... Uncle Seven
Sandra Kwan Yue Ng ... Veronica
Tak Yuen ... Plain-clothes policeman
Woo-Ping Yuen ... Master Dragon
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Storyline

Andy act a successor to a criminal society. While knowing their boss is coming down from an airplane. They got the wrong guy. A taller but absolutely low IQ level guy. He went to the criminal society and give candy bars to people who done 'nice jobs'. He made the criminal society like a utopia. Aaron just happen to be Andy's bodyguard. Written by Han Kin Hung <fstchhk@lux.latrobe.edu.au>

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Genres:

Comedy

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Country:

Hong Kong

Language:

Cantonese

Release Date:

12 June 1992 (Hong Kong) See more »

Also Known As:

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Watchable Slap-stick meets Action.
13 April 2008 | by a02949285See all my reviews

Slap-stick meets action is this watchable Lau flick. Certainly not his best, but Lau fans will be happy to him in a role that in many ways parallels a triad Tom Hanks "Big" character trying to make "good".

The premise is well build and begins with the typical "wrong guy" story-line that is enough to capture one's attention until almost half way, when the story-line falls apart for the remainder of the story, which is held together by comical intervals and unlikely, but somewhat entertaining scenarios.

Although this one may find a hard time reaching its way to the States (simply because it isn't that great), those looking for an introduction to Lau's work should look elsewhere.


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