Three of a Kind (Dzin yoeng saam bo) (2004)

Three of a Kind (Dzin yoeng saam bo) (2004)





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A respected martial arts novelist makes an unwelcome intrusion into his daughters romantic affairs after learning that she has fallen for her boss, who is also a notorious womanizer, in this comedy marking legendary Hong Kong funnyman Michael Hui's eagerly anticipated return to the big screen. Lung (Hui) is a famous Hong Kong novelist who is constantly doting on his beloved daughter Sophia (Mirian Yeung), and when he learns that Sophia has become smitten with her playboy boss Frankie (Lau Ching Wan) his efforts to sabotage the relationship go hilariously awry.
Art House & International , Comedy
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China Star Entertainment

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Ching Wan Lau
as Frankie
Michael Hui
as Dragon Lone
Elaine Jin
as Barba
Hui Siu Hung
as P. Leung
Meng Lo
as Lone's dad
Monica Lo
as Isabel
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Miriam Yeung and her multicolored hair in another romantic comedy, that about sums up this movie in a sentence. Despite some star power in the casting (such as Lau Ching Wan who I will never look at the same after seeing Himalaya Singh), the typical fall in love, fight, and win her back formula isn't all that funny. Some scenes were funny and some touching, but not enough engagement overall to really be anything all that memorable. See it for the stars but don't worry about a mediocre plot that somewhat drags.

Zachary Long
Zachary Long

Lau and Yeung are in top form, but Hui steals the show as the writer father.

Anthony Valletta
Anthony Valletta

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