A minor staff amends the life-and-death registry he carelessly ruined when he stole a monk statue for his vicious master from a temple. The spirit of the statue awards him by making him handsome and powerful. With the help of the monk, he also enchants the most beautiful prostitute in town. The twist of fate brings him wealth and joy. Yet his wife and his master are behind with their spells of misfortune.
Anthony Wong is a rich sex-deprived man who meets a Monk, who offers him an erotic dream. He becomes addicted to the dream and falls in love with the beautiful female student in it. Unfortunately, the dream is part of the Monk’s conspiracy to obtain or destroy all that matters to him. Once Wong finally finishes his dream, things start going horribly badly. For example, his dog loses its head and his mother gets mutilated and stuffed into a box while he was asleep. The dream maker has gained control of Wong through his dreams and his desires and is out to take everything from him. In an attempt to seek revenge, his brother returns from Malaysia and joins forces with the Monk’s wife (Pinky Cheung), who has grown tired of the ritual abuse delivered by her sadistic husband.
The story mainly concerns the escapades of two girls from Kuala Lumpur working as short-time cheap-motel pros in HK. Mandy and KiKi are friends who only serviced two or three men a night at home, but are expected to do 20 or 30 in HK. KiKi quips that HK men come quicker. Their new boss, the animalistic Kan, allocates his faithful man Kit to guard/escort Mandy, and the idiotic gambling addict Shing to guard KiKi. The girls are ferried in and out of many shabby hotel rooms and get busted a couple of times. During one bust, they get a taste of how corrupt CID detective Big Eye Tai gets results – by beating the crap out of suspects. A quote to ponder : “I will give you a good lesson no sooner”. Big Eye is also good friends with Kan, and his boss, the Madam Inspector, turns a blind eye, until one of the girls sets him up. There is treachery and gang rivalry, but love seems possible as well, as Mandy and Kit find it increasingly harder to hide their feelings for each other.
Naomi and her brother live together. She is having a difficult time hiding her incestuous feelings for him. A friend from college tries to pursue Naomi, but she can’t forget her brother’s embrace. For the second one, Kumiko lives with her brother who has recently returned from overseas. She’s always hidden her feelings for Tatsuya, but now – with lust exploding in her nubile body – she no longer can keep quiet.
Based on a traditional Japanese ghost story, the movie follows a man who falls deeply in love with a mysterious woman, only to find she belongs to the world of the dead. Continue reading
Tony is engaged to Sandra Lo, whose mother is company chairwoman Helen Lo. Although Tony swears he’ll be true to Sandra, he quickly beds mother Helen. But Tony is secretly working for Chiu, who is planning a hostile takeover of Lo Enterprises by fair means or foul, including showing photos of Tony having sex with Helen to Helen’s business partner Tsang. Chiu’s son Fat is also a rival for Sandy’s affections, causing he and Tony to have a few spectacular brawls over her. Roy Cheung puts in a guest appearance as Chiang, the trainer of the Lo’s racehorse Lucky, and he (Roy, not the horse !) gets a few fu kicks against the villains as well. And their family chauffeur Li puts up a pretty good final fight against Tony.
Misadventures of a family of sex maniacs. Mum demands her husband screw her instead of, as she correctly suspects, everything else in a skirt. Continue reading
A zealous, handsome priest, who is the confessor for a convent full of women, encourages the equally zealous abbess of one such institution to enforce the same strict rules on these unfortunate women that are applied to others. Continue reading
The movie consists of six stories, and each of them is based on some ancient Russian fairy tale (or at least the roles are taken from some fairy tales), which makes the story really interesting and funny. Continue reading