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7cb1d79195 Two low-ranking constables , accompanied by two con-artist thieves and a mysterious doctor, seek to clear their names and gain promotions by capturing the murderers who stole a valuable statue.
As much as I want this film to work, it just doesn&#39;t. I don&#39;t blame Wong Jing anymore as this is clearly a throwback to the Jing&#39;s 90&#39;s comedic Wuxia hits, but without the feel and manner of one. While in the 90&#39;s we have stars like Stephen Chow and Maggie Cheung. We now have Nicholas Tse and Nick Cheung. Unfortunately, Nick Cheung is almost always just plain annoying in comedies and Tse is far more suited in serious Dante Lam&#39;s actioners. It goes without saying that Charlene Choi is no longer 20 years old and her age is showing. Acting cute and lustful may have worked in the past, but at 30 years plus, she just doesn&#39;t pass. Of all, Liu Yang impresses the most as the Treasure Inn owner -clearly attractive, sexy and fittingly Wong Jing&#39;s style of play. Still, it is better than a lot of Wong Jing&#39;s production nowadays, and it could have been far worst...<br/><br/>5/10<br/><br/><ul><li>www.thehkneo.com</li></ul>;
Let&#39;s face it- after writing and directing close to 100 films, you already know what to expect out of a Wong Jing film. The prolific filmmaker isn&#39;t anything close to auteur, but Wong Jing at his best makes silly yet ultimately entertaining crowd-pleasers- even if he has probably already reached a creative plateau in his goofiness. Such is the nature of his period action comedy &quot;Treasure Inn&quot;- it is ridiculous and over-the-top, but at the same time you can&#39;t help but be entertained by the sheer inanity of it all.<br/><br/>The barely-there story penned by Wong Jing himself has two lowly street detectives Young Master Kung (Nicholas Tse) and Brad (Nick Cheung) after a group of highly skilled assassins believed to be responsible for the murder of the entire Cheung family in their town. Their motive? A prized White Jade Goddess statue that is apparently as tall as a person. Their destination? Treasure Inn, the place you go to when you want to auction off your stolen goods to other bandits and thieves.<br/><br/>The first half of the movie is more or less a road trip for our two heroes, where they meet a motley bunch of other characters while on their way to Treasure Inn- including a pair of sisters and respective love interests Water Dragon Girl (Charlene Choi) and Fire Dragon Girl (Huang Yi); the much-revered Captain Iron (Kenny Ho), head of the Imperial Gold Constables; and a doctor cum idealistic romantic-at-heart (Tong Da Wei) after the owner of Treasure Inn, Ling Lung (Liu Yang). There are few rules in Wong Jing&#39;s playbook, so if you had stepped into this film expecting anything of quality, then you&#39;ll recognise your folly right from the start.<br/><br/>In typical Wong Jing style, the movie is all over the place in its &#39;mo lei tau&#39; silliness. That isn&#39;t a bad thing per se, for there are bits which are genuinely funny. Kung&#39;s method of catching fish by knocking them unconscious in the water is amusing. Ditto the buck-teethed egotist Brad&#39;s delusion about his good looks. Then there are also the highly exaggerated bits, like Brad&#39;s literal body extension after going through a primitive torture technique, and his miscalculated descent upon trying to brush off a chicken on his head by spinning up into the sky and landing head-fir

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