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Lao shi jia lao da (2008)

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... Wang Lihua
... Jojo Fang
... Chen Jun
... Hong Qing Long
Kk Wong ... Stone
Daniel Tan ... Emperor
... Lihua's mother
Yeet Koe ... Revenge teen
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7 February 2008 (Singapore)  »

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Jack Neo's latest movie.
20 February 2008 | by See all my reviews

This movie has received negative comments on various reviews,therefore I didn't entertain much hope.However, from the moment the narrate sets in, I just can't stop laughing.

Mark Lee was cast as a feminine aerobic instructor, heavily Johore accented, wedded Fann Wong,leader of a lone shark syndicate.It's a cliché combination, boyish female lead and girlish male. Mark, a versatile actor, whose rogue image has deeply etch in our memory, delivers a convincing estrogen raging role. Very delightful, one of his best role so far.Fann, on the other hand,with her ominous voice and stoic facial expressions give the movie a sense of balance, though could be easily duplicated.

This movie induce such poor commentary mainly due to bad graphic effects. The power-point effects,which is so last century, are indeed offensive. Also, the "durian" soccer scene gives rise to a sense of Deja Vu.

All in all, it's worth one's $$ and time. If you fancy a good laugh, why not?


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