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Vua Bịp Las Vegas - The Conman In Las Vegas (TM) - hanh dong xhd
Vua Bịp Las Vegas - The Conman In Las Vegas (TM)
The Conman In Las Vegas, 賭俠大戰拉斯維加斯
1 episodes | Luot Xem: 216114 | 1999 | HongKong
Dien Vien: Andy Lau Tak-Wah, Nick Cheung Ka-Fai, Nat Chan Bak-Cheung, Kelly Lin, Yuk Fong, Alex Man Chi-Leung, Li Fei, Wong Jing
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Director: Wong Jing
Action: Bruce Law Lai-Yin
Cast: Andy Lau Tak-Wah, Nick Cheung Ka-Fai, Nat Chan Bak-Cheung, Kelly Lin, Yuk Fong, Alex Man Chi-Leung, Li Fei, Wong Jing
Entertaining, uneven and borderline tasteless. Yes, Wong Jing has returned for more gambling action and comedy. Andy Lau stars with even more buxom ingénues along for the ride.
Sequel to last year’s unexceptional The Conman hits the road for a journey to Las Vegas, gambling capital of the known universe. Since last time, King (Andy Lau) has been dumped by his girlfriend (Athena Chu, who doesn’t return for this installment) but continues to use chicanery to win at the tables. He hooks up with usual cohort Dragon (Nick Cheung) and Dragon’s cousin Nat (Nat Chan Bak-Cheung) on some scores, but Dragon gets caught and King and Nat have to bail him out.
Luckily, our heroes happen into the money by working for the Chinese government. It seems that the PRC higher-ups are cooperating with the FBI to capture bastard gambling tycoon Peter Chu (Alex Man), who robbed about $4 billion from the motherland. King and Nat hightail it for Sin City with an elaborate plan to capture Peter Chu. Along the way they gamble, engage in shtick and meet up with two comely Taiwanese girls (Kelly Lin and Yuk Fong) who end up helping them.
Wong Jing’s usual formula is present here: gambling, wacky shtick, a big Sky King star and hot babes who always have an excuse to strip to their skivvies. The gambling is toned down this time, and the action and comedy are moved up a notch. Ultimately, the movie is total crap but it’s also somewhat entertaining. Sure, a lot of the movie makes no sense and the acting sucks at times, but relax! Take a rest! Go brain dead and you could enjoy this airy summer movie.
Andy Lau is his usual self, but thankfully less stiff than he was in the first film. Newcomer Kelly Lin is Wong Jing’s new poster girl, and she fits the bill (and her bra) quite nicely. I’ve been critical of HK Cinema lately, saying that it really needs to reinvent itself. That assertion still stands, but if stuff like Conman in Vegas is what audiences want, then what can you do?