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L-O-V-E...Love
Year: 1997



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Region 0 NTSC
Mei Ah Laser
Widescreen
Cantonese and Mandarin Language Tracks
English and Chinese Subtitles

Director: Matthew Chow Hoi-Kwong
Producer: Joe Ma Wai-Ho, Nat Chan Bak-Cheung
Cast: Nat Chan Bak-Cheung, Eric Kot Man-Fai, Michael Tao Dai-Yu, Jerry Lamb Hiu-Fung, Shu Qi, Vivian Hsu, Angie Cheung Wai-Yi, Teresa Mak Ka-Kei, Joyce Chan Yin-Hang, Annabelle Lau Hiu-Tung, Lok Tat-Wah, Madam Nancy (Lan Sai), Lee Kin-Yan, Lee Siu-Kei, Lebon Cheung Hung-On, Raymond Tso Wing-Lim, Candy Chiu Ching-Yi, Law Kar-Ying, Yip Kwong-Kim, Lee Lik-Chee
The Skinny: C-R-A-P...Crap.
Review
by Kozo:

     Mind-numbing insipid flick produced by Joe Ma and directed by Matt Chow, who co-wrote Ma's Feel 100% movies. Plot: A bunch of annoying booty-seeking guys (Chan Bak-Cheung, Eric Kot, Jerry Lamb) decide to mack on some beauty pageant entrants (Shu Qi, Joyce Chan, Angie Cheung, and Vivian Hsu). Michael Tao is a rich tycoon who masquerades as a poor guy for the laughs. 
     Of course, the guys all learn the error of their cheating ways and learn to really love the ladies. Sadly, we are asked to believe that these lovely young lasses would ever go for men who are clearly not their physical (or possibly even intellectual) equals. Really, this exercise succeeds at being so far-fetched that Alan Tam as a young man seems more realistic. The idea that Chan Bak-Cheung could even pass for a young guy is silly, though when we discover that he produced this mess it all suddenly makes sense.
     The main reason to watch this film is not for any clever Feel 100% musings, but for the girls. The poster/VCD cover features the starring women in bikinis and other assorted cleavage-enhancing apparel, while never once stating that this is supposed to be a good movie. We must give them credit for truth in advertising. (Kozo 1997)

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