Version: Hong Kong
Blu-ray Region A
USD 0.00

Product Languages

Language  Cantonese, Mandarin
Subtitles  English, Chinese

Product Features

  • 1080p / Interactive Menu
  • Capacity: 25GB Single Layer

Item Description

Shing (Stephen Chow) was from a rich family and studied abroad, but he was so spoiled that he could never concentrate in his studies, instead he spent most of his time flirting with girls. One day, he met Sylvia, a secret lover of a gang and the gang bombed Shing for revenge. Shing was severely injured and the remaining parts of Shing's body that still functioned were (a) the mouth, (b) the brain and (c) the penis. The doctor proposed to Lee about the"Sixty Million Dollar Man" plan.......

Customer reviews

Average rating:  (4.5 out of 5)
Total votes: 7

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Great and fun movie!
At first I thought the plot was too similar to the first one, but I was glad to say I enjoyed it even more! Highly recommended!
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Funny Andy Lau movie
Anyone who say Andy Lau cannot act in comedies should watch this movie. On Blu-ray, this movie looks great on screen. A must-see for Andy's fan!
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Stephen Chow Funny as always
This movie has some visual jokes that uses cgi which are not that good today but nothing that distracted my viewing. Stephen Chow is funny as always some scenes are really funny like when he performs as an illusionist or when he comes back to the school when he has become sixty million dollar man . If you like Stephen Chow you will probably like it.
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nice movie
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An Average Alls Well Ends Well
The 2010 Alls Well Ends Well, if it were to compare with the previous 92,97,2009 version, this 2010 pales in comparison. But never discount it as this movie still pulls off some really hilarious moments. A good family get together movie.
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