97 ga yau hei si (All's Well, Ends Well 1997)
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97 ga yau hei si (All's Well, Ends Well 1997)
The third of Hong Kong producer Raymond Wong's all-star New Year's romps continues to invite comparisons to such films as Cannonball Run with more broad slapstick and dozens of familiar faces who all seem to be having a better time making the film than audiences have watching it. This time around, Old Fei (Wong) and Little Fei (Francis Ng) decide to play a trick on their lazy brother Kung (Stephen Chiau) by fooling him into believing that he has won $31 million in the lottery. Kung gets revenge after bumping his head, however, by convincing his brothers that he is now retarded and… More

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