Three prominent ladies of the 1993 Cat III boom are featured: Chung Bik-Wing, Nam Yan, Cindy Yip Sin-Yi. Amy Wong Oi-Mei is on hand as well. This is a low-budget Cat III erotic action dramedy that feels quite a bit like a pinky violence flick. This girl gang of three are quite charming to spend some time with and their various exploits are engaging. Nam Yan is particuarlly effective as the mute girl with the non-pc handle of ‘Dummy’. Not a lot of nudity but what there is pushes the boundaries of the Cat III rating.
Tough, oversexed Ching Tse and her pubescent cousin possess acassette of triad boss’ names — and a rival gang wants to get their hands on it. All would be hopeless if not for studly Sam, whose appearance is hardly accidental. The movie’s climax is its sole justification: Sam switches sides and fights the enemy in a huge garage aided by a gang of good guys on scooters, while Ching (dressed in a tight black vinyl mini-skirt) rescues her cousin.
When Wade Chen, who is the driver of President Yang of the Weida Group, accidentally sees his boss shagging a top-model in the backseat of his car, Yang surprisingly invites him to go to a high-society party. Wade thanks and tells that he has neither money nor clothes to go to the event, but Yang tells the he would sponsor everything to Wade that could tell that is his cousin. In the invitation, the guest is requested to fulfill with the offbeat dream. In the party promoted by Mr. Warren in a warehouse, Wade gets closer to Miss Liang and two other rookies. Each one of them sees the dream coming true but sooner the quartet discovers that they are the lead attraction of the party that is promoted to torture losers in a deadly fight of classes.
An attractive girl has become a hooker in order to save themoney for her son’s liver operation in Australia; she spends all of her free time feeding her palsied mom; then, she gets raped and accidentally killed by some randy telephone workers. Officer Ma Fai (Lam Ching Wan) investigates, and discovers that the girl’s ghost, dressed in red chiffon, is killing off her murderers with electrical cables. Ma Fai sets things straight, and even gets the girl (that is, a live one).
Mentally disabled Joey is now over thirty and running the Sunshine Resorts inn with his elderly mother, Mrs Lim. He had his eyesight damaged as a child staring at an eclipse in Cheung Chau; but he likes to listen, recording his violent Uncle Hoi having sex. Women have been going missing after renting room thirteen at the inn, presumed suicides. But Joey knows better. Mayse, a journalist out of place at a trashy magazine, is ordered to investigate but sends Julie in her place. When Julie cant be reached for two days, Mayse heads to Cheung Chau herself to solve the mystery.
Pong not only has lots of past and present girlfriends, but lots of triad type buddies that are up to no good.
A businessman’s son, Kwok Chuen(Chung Wa/Tsung Hua), heads to Denmark to take care of a deal for a movie studio. In Denmark, he meets and falls “in lust” with actress Ann Charolette(Birte Tove). Later on, Kwok Chuen finds out that Ann Charolette is a soft-core porn actress and she has no plans of leaving the industry or having a relationship with Kwok Chuen. Kwok Chuen later meets Ms. Fang(Li Ching, not to be confused with actress Ching Li, Ching Miao’s daughter), a Chinese woman living in Denmark. Will he succeed in seducing her, winning her love and her hand in marriage?
The sugar daddies, where to begin? This film is just funny, really funny, a sort of morality tale on several levels, full of slapstick, the strange and just plain old bizarre. The story is very predictable and formulaic but it is very enjoyable. Old men get ripped off by young man and sexy girls, old men finally wake up and exact revenge.I think the English have a term for this type of movie, a “romp”, and certainly it could have been a “Carry On Sugar Daddies” sort of movie. I found it an enjoyable 90 minutes or so, with maybe a few too many shots of old men in even older underwear, hahaha. Not the greatest movie of its era, but then again I don’t think it is meant to be taken too seriously, just enjoy it for what it is…..silly fun.