Biao jie, ni hao ye! xu ji (1991)

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Biao jie, ni hao ye! xu ji: Directed by Alfred Cheung. With Carol ‘Do Do’ Cheng, Waise Lee, Alfred Cheung, Michael Man-Kin Chow. Nan, a member of the Mainland’s police force travels to Hong Kong with her sidekicks to track down a deadly gunrunner.

“This is a Hong Kong action comedy sequel, a fast-paced and well-acted movie about mainland Chinese police inspector Cheng Shih-Nan (Carol u0026#39;Do Dou0026#39; Cheng) returning to Hong Kong to do battle with another round of drug dealers, this time partnering up with Hong Kong Police Detective Wu-Hsiung (Waise Lee), cousin of Wu Wei-Kuo (Tony Ka Fai Leung) from the previous movie.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eIt was entertaining seeing both Nan and Hsiungu0026#39;s methods of operations as they also clash with each other as their Mainland Communist and Hong Kong Capitalist credentials come in full force. But, their relationship was a little more awkward and funny as Nan as a little crush on Hsiung while he already has a girlfriend.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eAlfred Cheung returns to plays sidekick Hsiao-Sheng, whom I thought gave a rather hilarious performance, but his superpowers scenes like make bullets fly on its own were a bit too make-believe for this movie. Kau Lam returns as the no-nonsense Nationalist patriot Wu Tien-Tzu, who pops up randomly here and there throughout the movie, and Michael Chow, the villain from the previous movie, appears as another sidekick to Nan.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eItu0026#39;s a movie full of action and humor. Plenty of laugh-out-loud moments, especially the parts where Nan falls down the stairs and where her legs shake after going multiple flights of stairs. Another must see! u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eGrade A-“


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