A rich playboy gets blown up by a gangster when he flirts with the gangster's wife. Through a series of circumstances, his professor makes him a synthetic body that allows him to change into anything he wants.
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Stephen Chow plays a rich playboy who is blown up by a mafia boss when he flirts with the boss's girl. Through a series of circumstances his professor makes him a synthetic (robotic) body that allows him to change into a variety of "Mrs. Wong's Household products" like a microwave and toothpaste. Chow eventually goes to work at a school notorious for it's rowdy students and singlehandledly disciplines them all. He then goes on to marry a former classmate played by Gigi Leung. But before the wedding happens, the mafia boss finds out that Chow is still alive and sends in his own human-robot to take Chow out for once and for all.Written by
This is by far the funniest movie I have seen. i saw it Sunday morning at a film marathon called All Freakin' Night. It was halarious. We were presented with the version entitled "the sixty million dollar man" the basic story was as follows; I don't know, All i remember was a man, a woman, an albert einstein looking asian guy, a giant tube of toothpaste, students with paintball guns, and laughing my @$$ off. The first subtitled film i have watched all the way through, I started watching the Subtitled version of "crouching tiger, hidden dragon" but turned it off less than half way through and just rented the dubbed version.
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