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Enjoyed the movie. Lots jokes from the North East of China. If you like the type of comedy from North East of China, you will enjoy this film.
It also remind me some of Stephen Chow's movie, I can see the influence on the Director Da Peng. If anything that can improve, I would say the ending could be a little bit better. Overall, I think it is a decent movie.
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