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Wang Duo Yu is a loser in life and a minor league football Goalkeeper. Unknown to him, he had a (recently deceased) rich Uncle. In order to test if Wang knows the value of money, he is given the task of disposing of 1 billion yuan in 30 days. Wang has to spent it legally and isn't allowed to have any assets to show for it at the end of the task. If Wang is successful, he gets to inherit his Grand Uncle's 30 billion yuan worth of assets. The biggest problem of all however, is that Wang is not allowed to tell anyone about the task, which create a lot of confusions to the people around him. He is also faced with the evil trustee company's bosses who desperately need him to fail in order to control the management of this huge assets.Written by
Yan Fei & Peng Da-mo based on the Brewster's Million
After watching several kaixin mahua films I realized the importance of Shen Teng, his presence can elevate a mediocre script to somewhere much higher, while the other ones without him seems to falter. Hello Mr. billionaire is another prime example of this. A simple premise is turned into an outrageously funny comedy, even though the film has almost no depth to it. Don't understand the awkward Taiwanese flavors to the film.
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