Posts Tagged ‘Gigi Leung’

Love On The Rocks (2004)

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Country: Hong Kong SAR
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Cast: Louis Koo, Gigi Leung

Dante Lam presents a fun romantic comedy, starring Louis Koo, Gigi Leung (possibly one of prettiest actresses Hong Kong has to offer) and Charlene Choi.

Ming (Louis Koo) is dating Annie (Gigi Leung) but knows nothing of romance. After taking Annie to a hot pot buffet on valentines day causing the end of the relationship causing Ming to look back over his past relationships to see where he has been going wrong all these years. Read the rest of this entry »

Mighty Baby (2002)

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Plot: Johnny (Lau Ching-Wan) and the ‘La Brassiere’ gang return for more sticky situations.

Johnny and Lena (Gigi Leung) have been hired by the president of a Japanese baby production company known as ‘B&B’, the wealthy Japanese business man has bought the when he discovers that his wife is pregnant. It’s now up to Johnny and Lena to design and produce the very best baby product that money can buy.

Johnny seeks help from his old buddy Wayne (Louis Koo). Wayne is a little bit of a playboy but he finds himself happy with his current girlfriend and now work colleague – Lena. He loves her despite her little quirks (her frequent use of the phrase “Huh” and late in the movie “Grr…like this”).

The three amigos admit they don’t really know the first about babies so they decide to hire Japans leading baby expert – Boey (Cecilia Cheung). Boey has a special talent which allows her to communicate with the babies. She also wants to help cure Wayne’s fear of babies.

Johnny finds himself in need of a personal assistant so he hires the clumsy and breathless – Sabrina (Rosamund Kwan). At first both he and Wayne made fun of the poor woman until loving flame ignites between the two. Problems occur when Johnny’s ex-girlfriend Samantha (Carina Lau) returns to the scene.

With relationships on the fritz and the all their test projects going horribly wrong, can the group sort everything out in time? Read the rest of this entry »

The Avenging Fist (2001)

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Personal Thought: It’s the future. People are on Hover boards, Mobile Phones are at your finger tips, no really they are! This film is filled with wire work and CGI effects which is some times on the good side and the bad. Yet if you aren’t a fan of the CGI and wire work maybe the cast will interest you; Alex Wang (Chinese Strike force), Stephen Fung (Gen-X-Cops), Chin Kar-Lok (Operation Scorpio), Gigi Leung (First Option) And Kristy Yeung (Storm Riders). Apart from the young there is two classic actors included Sammo Hung and Yuen Biao!

Now lets get this party Started Nova (played by Alex Wang) is an hyped up teen spending his days street fighting in and outside of tournaments raising money for the one thing. The Power Glove. His Father ‘Thunder’ (played by Yuen Biao) supposedly killed a couple year back has left a hologram of him demonstrating the deadly art of Power Fist. Although his mother (played by Cecilia Yip) is against him using The Power Fist technique and is very against him getting a Power Glove. The Power Glove is known unlock the full use of the human brain, fact is that we only use 10% brain power. The Gloves were only issued to certain police officers, one of those officers was Thunder the others where ‘Dark’ (played by Sammo Hung) and Combat 21 (played by Roy Cheung) who turns out to be the main protagonist of the film. Read the rest of this entry »

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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