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This movie isn't very good. It's vanilla and dull, it tries to be silly to an almost disastrous degree. And the dramatic elements aren't much better. In fact, I'd say it's beyond horrendous, not as bad as a Tyler Perry movie but close. There's a good idea here with the cop regaining his passion for his job, but it's negated by the terrible dramatic elements, as mentioned. Overall this is a pretty bad movie that has no real reason to exist.
Light, well-intentioned fluff human interest beat cop drama where very little happens story-wise in the first hour besides character development between eason chan and joey yung. Past the sixty minute mark, the film takes a dark turn and matters get quite more serious. Overall, a predictable, happy ending. This is a feel-good movie that does a decent job with charm, much in part due to Francis Ng's outstanding performance..see the film for that alone.
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