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From Vegas to Macau III (2016)

Du cheng feng yun III (original title)
Ken is holding a wedding ceremony in Macau for her daughter, Rainbow, who is marrying his protege, Vincent. Ken's best buddies, Vic and Mark, are invited to the wedding. On the wedding day ... See full summary »

Directors:

Andrew Lau, Jing Wong

Writer:

Jing Wong
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Cast

Credited cast:
Chow Yun-Fat ... Ken Shek / Ko Chun
Andy Lau ... Michael Chan / Dagger
Jacky Cheung ... Yik Tin-hang
Nick Cheung ... Mark
Carina Lau ... Molly
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sally Victoria Benson ... Tina
Chun-Tung Chan Chun-Tung Chan ... Wedding band member
Fong-Dai Cheung Fong-Dai Cheung
David Chiang ... Victor
Roydon Chio Roydon Chio ... Prisoner
Anita Chui Anita Chui
Ho-Cheong Chui ... Groomsman
Maria Cordero Maria Cordero ... Prison Officer
Andrew Dasz ... Bodyguard
Charles Heung ... Lung Ng
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Storyline

Ken is holding a wedding ceremony in Macau for her daughter, Rainbow, who is marrying his protege, Vincent. Ken's best buddies, Vic and Mark, are invited to the wedding. On the wedding day itself, Mark receives a phone call from Michael Chen, who warns him that a mysterious tycoon has hired mercenaries to assassinate Ken. The wedding is then sabotaged, while Ken and Mark are accused to have engulfed DOA's illicit money. Once again, Ken and Mark are being chased by assassins and Michael arrives to rescue the guys along with the help of Faye, Ko Chun's niece.

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Comedy | Drama

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Connections

Follows From Vegas to Macau II (2015) See more »

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Beyond Bad
26 February 2016 | by nobodycaredSee all my reviews

I would give a zero if I could. This has got to be the worst movie I've ever watched in my entire life. The whole movie is soulless, tasteless and detestable. I almost felt insulted after watching it. The producer and crew had no respect to their audience. The plot was empty and sloppy, the camera work was like a cheesy 80s TV show, the acting was amateur. One of the actors simply didn't have any facial expressions throughout the movie. I went in with low expectation but I was still stunned by how bad it was. They couldn't even get simple shootings done right. The few action scenes were badly shot and look completely unrealistic. Hidden ads are no longer hidden, they are dumped right to your face blatantly without any disguise. That is the most shameless "hidden ad" I've seen in movies. The movie producer really cared about nothing but making a cheap movie to roll in whatever money they can get. Shame on them!


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Country:

China | Hong Kong

Language:

Mandarin | Cantonese

Release Date:

6 February 2016 (Hong Kong) See more »

Also Known As:

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Filming Locations:

Phuket, phangna bay, Thailand

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$181,732,879
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