Success Hung, a Hong Kong phone salesman, witnesses a murder of a triad gang leader and escapes from the two masked killers who, unfortunately, recognize him. Hung consults a psychiatrist ... See full summary »
Sammo Kam-Bo Hung
Sammo Kam-Bo Hung,
Carol 'Do Do' Cheng,
Lo Tung and his friend Malted Candy, pedicab drivers working the streets of Macao, have both fallen in love. The problem is that both their objects of affection - one a baker, the other a ... See full summary »
Sammo Hung plays three different characters: Fatty, Fatty's father and Fatty's grandfather, Hung Kau. Fatty is a hotel worker, yearning for sudden wealth. Therefore, he, and his co-worker, ... See full summary »
The "Five Lucky Stars" attempt to help a restless ghost take revenge on the evil drug gang who took his life. At the same time, they want the ghost to help them get rich and court the four policewomen assigned to the case.
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Impoverished teahouse worker (and martial-arts student) Abao is engaged to his boss' daughter, Little Chu, and fights to protect her from the lecherous advances of the wealthy but repulsive... See full summary »
Agnes Aurelio is hot. She has a beautiful face and a killer body. Joyce Godenzi is pretty hot as well. Her best feature may be her large, expressive eyes. Both are terrific fighters, but what adds an extra dimension to their fight scenes in "License To Steal" is the psychological game that seems to be going on between their characters (who are sisters and professional thieves working together, until Aurelio betrays her partner and lets her get arrested): both are confident that they are the superior fighter, however the results so far have proved only Godenzi right. With this in mind, Godenzi keeps teasing Aurelio with her words and expressions, while Aurelio grows more and more frustrated that her obvious advantage in sheer power is not enough to make her overcome her rival. The comedy parts of the movie are sometimes amusing, but the action scenes are what make it worth watching. Yuen Biao is rather awkwardly inserted into the film, but you can forgive that when he gets to fight the hard-hitting Billy Chow. **1/2 out of 4.
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