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My Lucky Star (2003)

Hang wan chiu yan (original title)
Yip is attractive but for some strange reason, no man has ever been interested in her. Yip meets Lai, a famous feng shui expert and she thinks that Lai can change her luck. But Duen, also a... See full summary »

Director:

Vincent Kok

Writers:

Vincent Kok, Patrick Kong (as Lim Sum Yip) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Tony Chiu-Wai Leung ... Lai Liu Po (as Tony Chiu Wai Leung)
Miriam Chin Wah Yeung ... Yip Koo Hung
Ronald Cheng ... Crab Duen
Teresa Carpio Teresa Carpio ... Hung's Stepmother
Chapman To ... Yip's Stepmother's Boyfriend
Vincent Kok ... Hung's Boss
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Anya
Chacha Chan Chacha Chan
Ken Chang
Joe Cheng ... Employee of Cybercafe
Tat-Ming Cheung ... Drug Arrest Policeman
Audrey Fang Audrey Fang
Alex Fong ... Hung's Father
Lik-Sun Fong ... Police Officer
Josie Ho ... Mrs. Ma
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Storyline

Yip is attractive but for some strange reason, no man has ever been interested in her. Yip meets Lai, a famous feng shui expert and she thinks that Lai can change her luck. But Duen, also a famous feng shui expert continually cast all kinds of spells on Yip. A fierce battle of feng shui and horoscope techniques ensues. Will Lai and Yip live happily afterwards? Written by astroboy2k

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This is the final production movie to be released by Golden Harvest until The Child's Eye (2010) (which was co-produce by Universe Ltd.). See more »

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Have Guts
Performed by Ronald Cheng
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I can't understand this movie having such a low rating!
28 April 2004 | by rosborneSee all my reviews

Honestly, come on. This movie was really cute and definitely had its own humorous moments. I definitely don't think Tony Leung made any sort of mistake in doing this film. I don't consider myself the kind of girl to ordinarily be taken in by romantic comedies, and even that aside, I think the concept of a Fung Shui expert falling for a girl cursed with bad luck is an eclectic enough concept to be worthy of some credit. The ending definitely kind of fell apart... But in contrast to similar North American releases, I contend that half the movies with a equivalent rating couldn't hold a candle to this. I find myself to be the kind of person who rarely enjoys something "simplistic", but there was really no detractor to seeing this, in fact I really enjoyed it and have *forced* others to watch it. There's nothing wrong with a movie you can watch and appreciate when you don't feel the necessity for hardcore thinking.


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Official Sites:

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Country:

Hong Kong

Language:

Cantonese

Release Date:

23 January 2003 (Hong Kong) See more »

Also Known As:

Hung wun chiu yun See more »

Filming Locations:

Hong Kong, China

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color
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