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This picture contains a straightforward plot that has difficulty filling its 90+ minute run time. Sandwiched between a decent first act and an action-filled finale is a lot of nonsense just used to lengthen this production. Sure, it's a comedy, but when the laughs are a few, it becomes a waste of time.
The action is pretty good and it serves as a savior for this picture. There are a few segments with typical wire fighting, but this film does have its share of eccentric engagements as well. Watching "Acoustic Power" being played on a lute is quite the amusement.
Nick Cheung and his goofy teeth are only worth a few chuckles. Nick Tse's performance seems a bit more suitable for a serious film rather than a comedic one. Charlene Choi and Huang Yi are a bit much to handle. The latter is more tolerable. The lovely Liu Yang is one of the more enjoyable of the bunch along with Tong Dawei.
Treasure Inn doesn't offer a whole lot outside of a film of this caliber, but it manages to get by.
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