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Yin yang lu 12: Mei rong shi (2001)

Two beauty consultants, Sun and Aki, have been transferred to a new branch in Shenzhang, to be Branch Managers. At a disco one night, a strange man comes to them and requests that they ... See full summary »

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... Mrs. Bud Lung
Angie Cheung ... Sun (as Angie Cheung Wai-Yee)
Ka Fai Tong ... Bud Gay
Ho Lung Cheung ... Bud Ren (as Ronnie Cheung)
Oni Tsuka ... Brother Eight
Mr. Nine ... Brother Nine
Pui-Han Ho ... Cheung Man-Yee
Wong Ting Pong ... Tony Chiu
Wai Cheong Mok ... Makeup Customer
Wai Yin Lam ... Hotel Clerk
Chun Lai
Man Chun Gwong
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Two beauty consultants, Sun and Aki, have been transferred to a new branch in Shenzhang, to be Branch Managers. At a disco one night, a strange man comes to them and requests that they provide beauty service at his home for his wife. They accept the offer and head to Mr. Cheng's house. When they arrive, however, they find Mrs. Cheng is actually a ghost! Their nightmare begins, as the ghastly couple begin threatening the two girls, and their sinister plan unveils itself Written by Anonymous

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Troublesome Night 12  »

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Followed by Yin yang lu shi liu zhi hui dao wu xia shi dai (2002) See more »

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The troublesome nights continue.
24 April 2016 | by See all my reviews

The troublesome nights continue with this film, literally. The scary stuff was basically non-existent and the plot was slow. The story is basically about beauty consultants Sun (Angie Cheung) and Aki (May Kwong) transferring to a new beauty shop branch in Shenzhang. This plot element would go on forever and ever, and then it would blend into the disco operated by big mouths Brother Eight (Oni Tsuka) and Brother Nine (Mr. Nine), who are good at nothing except talking smart and flirting with girls. Then, some ghost action happens when the mysterious Mr. Cheng (Benny Lai) hires Sun to perform a make-up session on his scabbed wife. But, Sun's nightmare begins when the Chengs are actually ghosts.

Again, not much ghost action at all and the chilling, scary elements are absent. The acting was pretty bad - all these new actors trying to act cool, but in reality, their clueless. And, could the filmmakers hire a more annoying-sounding actress to play the part of Aki? What an excruciatingly high, painful voice she has! Lan Law even tried to join in the "coolness," even channeling the Weakest Link game show hostess when trying to banish a ghost. You might get a tad of chuckles here and there, but, really, it's a troublesome movie!

Grade D--


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