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Vua Phá Hoại - Love On Delivery (Uslt) - hai kich
Vua Phá Hoại - Love On Delivery (Uslt)
Love On Delivery
1 episodes | Luot Xem: 234935 | 1994 | HongKong
Dien Vien: Stephen Chow Sing-Chi, Ng Man-Tat, Christy Chung Lai-Tai, Lam Kwok-Bun, Wong Yat-Fei, Vincent Kok Tak-Chiu, Leo Koo Ka-Kui
Description - Thong tin them ve phim
Cast: Stephen Chow Sing-Chi, Ng Man-Tat, Christy Chung Lai-Tai, Lam Kwok-Bun, Wong Yat-Fei, Vincent Kok Tak-Chiu, Leo Koo Ka-Kui, Joe Cheng Cho, Lee Lik-Chee, Paul Chun Pui, Gabriel “Turtle” Wong Yat-San, Leung Wing-Chung, Jacky Cheung Hok-Yau (cameo), Billy Chow Bei-Lei, Peter Lai Bei-Tak, Lee Kin-Yan, Candy Hau Woon-Ling, Philip Chan Yan-Kin (cameo)
The Skinny: Popular Stephen Chow comedy that has about a gag a second. Most of them are uproariously funny, too.
Hilarious Stephen Chow comedy that features Hong Kong's King of Comedy at his most likable. Chow plays a dumb, endearing delivery boy who tries to win the heart of local beauty Christy Chung, but he’s a wimp who can’t protect her from the likes of Cheng Cho as the sleazy judo instructor. Chow decides to undergo training from Ng Man-Tat, who plays a crippled huckster called Devil Killer. He swindles Chow out of large sums of money while teaching him useless kung-fu. Not realizing it, Chow thinks he's become an invincible kung-fu master and resolves to protect Chung.
Eventually Chow has the opportunity to save her while wearing a large Garfield mask, which could qualify as one of the funniest things ever put on film. Still, he cannot reveal his identity because everyone, including his karate-wielding nemesis (Lam Kwok-Bun) wants to take credit for his heroic deeds. To prove himself and win Chung's love, Chow can only do one thing: challenge his arch-rival to a duel.
This movie is drop-dead funny, though the comedy tends to unsubtle and of the 'out-of-nowhere' variety. What pulls the film together is Chow's endearing, self-effacing performance and the direction, which relies on sports-film construction and timing that you'd usually see in Japanimation. Some may find the relentless gags tiring, but those who enjoy Stephen Chow's particular brand of comedy won't be disappointed.