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If you ever wanted to watch a movie filled with Police Academy style antics but without any of the police cadets or English language dialogue... well, then there's something wrong with you.
4/5 Ratings for Tricky Brains
My favorite Stephen Chow movie. A great team up with Andy Lau.
I loved this move as a kid, still love it as an adult. Andy Lau & Stephen Chow make a hilarious pair!
One of the funniest of Stephen Chow's movies imo. Still funny in present day standards.
My second most favorite Stephen Chow's And Director Wong Jing's movie.:)
There are about 100 movies that Jing Wong directed, only about a dozen are really worth seeing. Of those few, only a handful are really funny. This one is one of them. Silliness ensues.
When Stephen Chow is at the height of his career, most of his films are funny and hilarious as he is the King of Comedy. Tricky Brains is one of those films worth watching. Together with Andy Lau, Ng Man Tat, Rosamund Kwan & Chingmy Yau, Tricky Brains is filled with a laughter of each moment, each scene with some probably over-the-top comedy but acceptable standard that tickles your funny bone from start to finish. If you enjoy watching Stephen Chow films, this is one of his best films ever made.
By most scholars considered a classic in the Wong Jing canon, Tricky Brains is basically just a series of skits, parodies and odd musical numbers haphazardly stiched together, providing yet another opportunity for Stephen Chow to completely dominate his co-actors. And this time it's no other than superstars Andy Lau and Rosamund Kwan getting schooled. The humble Chow is also sporting a fab jumpsuit. Great fun.
I can never get bored of watching Stephen Chow's antics and he's on top form in this movie.