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Pink Bomb
Year: 1993
Loletta Lee and Gloria Yip
Director: Chow Wah-Yu
Writer: Dayo Wong Chi-Wah
Cast: Waise Lee Chi-Hung, Cynthia Khan, Fennie Yuen Kit-Ying, Lau Ching-Wan, Loletta Lee Lai-Chun, Dayo Wong Chi-Wah, Gloria Yip Wan-Yi, Cheung Kwok-Leung, Poon Bing-Seung,Fung Hak-On, Bo Fung-Yu, Lok Tat-Wah, Ling Lai-Man, Lau Siu-Kwan, Mak Ho-Wai, Chan Chi-Sing
The Skinny: Occasionally amusing but overall useless and annoying action-comedy starring Lau Ching-Wan and a bunch of pretty girls.
by Kozo:
     This action-comedy features talented actors and comely females...and it still can’t survive a truly bizarre script and plot. Written by Dayo Wong, it’s about a bunch of Hong Kong resident who go on a bus tour to Thailand and get mixed up with counterfeiters who’re chasing an underage hooker (Gloria Yip) who stole their bogus loot. Waise Lee is the tour guide, a loopy priest who’s preoccupied with changing money. Lau Ching-Wan does a Travis Bickle impression as a jaded taxi driver who’s sweet on teacher Loletta Lee. Cynthia Khan is a kick-butt meter maid, and Fennie Yuen is a money grubbing beautician. Dayo Wong is a wacky ex-triad.
      The subtitles make absolutely no sense, a problem which is compounded by the incredibly inane stuff happening onscreen. Example: Fennie has Dayo pimp her out in Thailand to see what kind of price she’d fetch. Why this happens, no one knows. There is a genuine sort of amusement to seeing big stars act strange, but while many of these are welcome faces, none are really big stars (at least not until later, when Lau Ching-Wan would actually learn how to carry a movie). Amusing, but only occasionally. And probably not worth breaking your back to find. (Kozo 1997)
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