East Meets West Reviews
Besides the iconic hairstyles, the cast also don ridiculous eyeglasses and weird wigs and make-up. The big-name cast, especially Karen Mok, are largely wasted in a movie that largely requires them to make a fool of themselves. Mok is supposed to be playing a woman who yearns for love and affection but is too shy to show it. However, she appears to be just clowning around in a meaningless role. Jaycee Chan has a cameo ostensibly to make fun of his father Jackie. Kenny Bee just looks lost throughout the movie while Ekin Cheng just look pathetic.
The title for this movie really tells how Jeff really mixes the eastern and the western elements of the movie to bring out such a wonder. I am definately shocked and it still kept me wondering how Jeff got so many talented artist to work in this movie. To make things even better, everyone have their own moment to shine in the movie be it supporting or the main cast.
Jeff Lau has really improve and gives the audiences his best as he includes great artist, visual effects and even great soundtrack. Also, Eason Chan and Karen Mok's love affection is so magnetically strong and is really the center of attention in the movie. The look in their eyes, the wordless moments are just so mesmerizing. But nothing could top how Kenny Bee who acts as himself in the movie.