Not a good movie, but a light and goofy one that moves at a lightning fast pace. This is much like Schlussmacher, and many others, that's just the most recent example of it, where a serious business manage, on the verge of being set for life with a revolutionary renewable energy plan, is stuck with a goofy, but well-intentioned, man whose friendship teaches him what's really important in life. Predictable, and a little silly, but that's what you get with this film. Of course Xu Lang, the business manager, at first, is driven nuts by Baobao's ways and how he always finds a way to get both of them in trouble, etc. Baobao starts to grow on him and by the end of the film they're the best of friends and their lives are changed forever. Of course, that's a little goofy considering that they only spent a couple of days together, but let's go with that. The film is fine, it doesn't really offer much of anything you haven't seen elsewhere. I do think that the leads have great chemistry with each other, which makes this type of film easier to watch. It also has a pretty memorable villain. He wasn't great, but he was funny and easily the highlight of the film. Another positive is that the film moves so fast that it doesn't really give you much time to think about its flaws while you're watching it. Of course, what they don't realize is that you're going to do that AFTER the film is over, but I have to give props to the film for at least managing to move fast for its length, and for trying to keep things entertaining for a broader audience. Its attempts don't always work, but I'm sure more people will walk away from this with a smile on their face than those that won't and I'm pretty sure that was the filmmaker's intention. There is some melodrama here, nothing like the Korean films, but it still felt incredibly out-of-place. Seeing Xu Lang, in the end, phone his wife to admit his mistakes and trying to make up for them while he's crying and a sad score plays in the background was really bad. Thankfully it's not much and they quickly move away from that. There's also some drama with Baobao and his sick mother but, again, it's kept to a minimum. Didn't really think this was that great of a movie, but its high energy and solid cast will certainly win over some people. This was average, but the good kind...if that even makes sense.