Like its predecessor, this no-holds-barred sequel from Hong Kong - a piece of ultra-exploitation adapted from the famed 17th century Chinese novel The Plum in the Golden Vase - attained ... See full summary »
Office worker, ugly and shy Min, not only suffers from a lack of success in women, but is also humiliated by everyone around. He gets his kicks taking sneaky snaps of his female co-workers,... See full summary »
Man Kei Chin
Sophie Chin Man Ngan
Story is begin with the childhood of rich and powerful Simon Qing (Lam Wai-Kin) has been schooled in the ways of sex by his virile father (Tsui Siu-Keung), but is still a virgin. That is, ... See full summary »
The third in a series of films connected by some recurring cast members and vague supernatural allusions. Peach is an incompetent angel sent to Earth to teach a lovelorn man what true love is. Since she has no idea herself, her advice is usually ineffective babytalk. This film lacks the verve and crudity of The Fruit is Swelling, which made the most of its alarming central plot devices. In this, there seems to be no reason at all for Peach being an angel, and it all works towards a predictable outcome. Jay Fong is completely charming as Peach, but the whole enterprise is a little tame and normal. Right, I think I've reviewed enough Category III movies on this website. Its time to go and espouse my views on Tarkovsky...
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