Ren sheng de yi shuai jin huan (1993)

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Ren sheng de yi shuai jin huan: Directed by Derek Chiu. With Cynthia Khan, Waise Lee, Loletta Lee, Fennie Yuen.

“u0026quot;Pink Bombu0026quot; (aka u0026quot;Ren sheng de yi shuai jin huanu0026quot;) is an archetypical early 1990s Hong Kong movie, which combines action and comedy, for better or worse. If you are familiar with the Hong Kong cinema from the 1990s, then you know what you are getting yourself into here when you sit down to watch u0026quot;Pink Bombu0026quot;.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eNow, the title of the movie u0026quot;Pink Bombu0026quot; made little sense actually, and I donu0026#39;t fathom why the writer Chi Wah Wong and director Derek Chiu opted for that particular title.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eRegardless, the movie is watchable and sort of entertaining enough for what it turned out to be. You just have to bear in mind that this is not a brilliant slice of Hong Kong cinema. The movie is stereotypical for its era, I will say that much – so whether you like that or not is, of course, fully individual.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eI sat through the entire movie, and was mildly entertained. However, this is hardly a movie that I will be returning to watch a second time around.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eI have been watching Hong Kong movies for quite some time and do enjoy them, however there was only a single familiar actor for me in the movie, and that was Ching Wan Lau.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eAll in all, u0026quot;Pink Bombu0026quot; is adequately entertaining, albeit mediocre. That means that I am rating the movie five out of ten stars.”


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