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Podcast On Fire 279: Return To A Better Tomorrow & Feel 100%

First we went after Alan Tam, then we set our sights on defaming George Lam and now we tackle another uneven actor that we’ve perceived as being harmful to the movie viewing experience. The face of Young And Dangerous, Chan Ho-Nam himself: Ekin Cheng. For episode 1, we look at the modestly titled Return To A Better Tomorrow by Wong Jing, featuring Ekin as our gun toting lead and the comic book adaptation Feel 100% about the trials and tribulations of being a twentysomething. With Kenny B and Phil G of Eastern Film Fans.co.uk.

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Feel 100% (1996)

Jerry (Ekin Cheng), Cherrie (Sammi Cheng) and Hui-Lok (Eric Kot) are three high school buddys. After high school people go their own ways, yet a couple years later Cherrie is reunited with her buddies. Cherrie finds out that she has feelings for Jerry but it too shy to speak up because he’s currently smiting with Fong-Fong (Gigi Leung).

Hui-Lok doesn’t seem happy in his relationship Michelle Wong’s character ‘Man-Yi’ and he soon finds out he has a secret admiring telephoning him. Which leads him to some very bizarre tales when he meets her in person and ends up knocking boots with her in a cemetery whilst wrapped up in duck tape.

Then the usual things happen, Cherrie stops loving Jerry, Jerry stops loving Fong-Fong, the usual yad-yad when it comes to romantic flicks. Read the rest of this entry »

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