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Bomb Disposal Officer: Baby Bomb
Year: 1994  
Director: Jamie Luk Kin-Ming  
Producer: Tony Leung Hung-Wah  
Cast: Anthony Wong Chau-Sang, Lau Ching-Wan, Esther Kwan Wing-Ho, Chan Mong-Wah, Lung Tin-Sang, Joe Cheung Tung-Cho, Stephen Tsang Kwong-Chin, Parkman Wong Pak-Man, Kirk Wong Chi-Keung
The Skinny: Average but generally amusing action comedy about two bomb squad officers who bed the same woman. The plot is ludicrous, but the situation comedy is relatively entertaining and the actors are likable.
by Kozo:
     Entertaining but average action comedy about a too common occurence - cop partners who are also roommates. Anthony Wong and Lau Ching-Wan are bomb squad members who are also best buddies and roommates. They're also smarmy layabouts who spend their time ogling women and basically avoiding responsibility. In a wacky plot twist, the two end up bedding Esther Kwan Wing-Ho on the same evening. She ends up pregnant and doesn't know who the dad is. So, they both take her in and wacky comedy ensues.
     This sitcom setup is amusing enough, but the film throws in an action plot when a mad bomber begins setting homemade packages all over Hong Kong. Eventually, he attaches the bomb to Esther Kwan - and the trigger is connected to her labor pains! The film gets points for its creativity, as well as a genial tone which is comfortable to the point of snoozing. Though unimportant and disposable, the film turns out to be an amusing time-waster for fans of the two leading men. (Kozo 1996)
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