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Lan Kwai Fong (1-3) 喜愛夜蒲 Movie Boxset (Blu Ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) - Neo Film Shop

Lan Kwai Fong (1-3) 喜愛夜蒲 Movie Boxset (Blu Ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)

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Product Title: Lan Kwai Fong 3 Movie Boxset (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
Artist Name(s): Gregory Wong (Actor) | Jason Chan (Actor) | Chrissie Chau | Shiga Lin (Actor) | Z.O. (Chen Zhi Ming) (Actor) | Jun Kung (Actor) | Dada Chan (Actor) | Jeana Ho (Actor) | Cheng Ka Wai (Actor) | Lawrence Cheng | Sin Lap Man (Actor) | Emme Wong (Actor) | Miki Yeung (Actor) | Stephanie Cheng (Actor) | Bonnie Xian (Actor) | Sherman Chung | Phat Chan (Actor) | La Ying (Bro5) (Actor) | Vincent Kok | Conroy Chan | Jacqueline Chong | Ricky Fan | Steven Cheung | Race Wong | ZHANG XUE RUN | Gloria Wong | Pakho Chau | 24Herbs (Actor) | Bob Lam | Det Di | Ava Yu | Jiang Wen Jie
Director: Wilson Chin
Producer: Ng Kin Hung
Blu-ray Region Code: All Region What is it?
Release Date: 2020-04-28
Language: Cantonese, Mandarin
Subtitles: English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese
Country of Origin: Hong Kong
Picture Format: [HD] High Definition What is it?
Sound Information: Dolby Digital 5.1, 7.1, Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio
Disc Format(s): Blu-ray, 25 GB - Single Layer
Screen Resolution: 1080p (1920 x 1080 progressive scan)
Video Codecs: AVC (MPEG-4 Part 10)
Rating: IIB
Duration: 96 (mins)
Publisher: CN Entertainment Ltd.
Package Weight: 300 (g)

Lan Kwai Fong (2011)

Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia)

This is probably as real and realistic as its gets in terms of making movies about night clubbing in the infamous LKF. It helps with all three actresses being hot (namely Dada, Jeana and Shinga). Then again, with such a trio of sexual powers exposing in every scenes, it is difficult not to enjoy the process. In fact this movie is actually a direct influence from a Taiwanese movie called “9pm to 5am”, but the Hong Kong factor adds an extra dimension. Although nothing really is said about anything, LKF works because it is not about anything, but the ride, the process and the fun to go with it. It is sexy, carefree and pretty much oozing hotness everywhere. It’s been a long time, since a pure Hong Kong film that talks, live and breathe the Hong Kong lifestyle and LKF serves out exactly that…

I rated it 7/10


Lan Kwai Fong 2 (2012)

Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia)

Wong Jing has finally find a predecessor under his belt in the form of “Lan Kwai Fong 2″ director Wilson Chin Kwok-Wai and that’s not a compliment in any way. In fact, the sequel to last year’s commercially successful mindless entertainment “Lan Kwai Fong” is so bad that it is funny.

Director Wilson Chin is the next Wong Jing and that is nothing to be proud of. If Wong Jing’s recent output is to go by, “Lan Kwai Fong 2″ is precisely what you call cheap, sexy and lowbrow. If the first film is somewhat empty, but mindless fun filled with sexy performances from Dada Chen, Jeana Ho and Shiga Lin (who is the only of the trio to returns for the sequel) and fun performances from Chen Zi-Ming, Jason Chan and Sin Lap-Man. The sequel lacks all the vital ingredients that made the first film a fun and enjoyable ride into the world of Hong Kong’s iconic party scene. In fact, the film is so bad that it is funny. Some of the script writing and acting is so terrible that the film becomes filled with unintentional humour and the audience laughing at the cheap production values. When the best things coming out of the film are the cameos performances, in particular Alex Fong is a real scene stealer in an ultra-hilarious performance that singlehandedly remains the funniest and more memorable moments in the film.

Director Wilson Chin needs a seriously look in the mirror as this is by far the worst film in his short career. However, like Wong Jing’s worst films, “Lan Kwai Fong 2″ will sell tickets, but if he keeps making films like these, his hands will be forever tie to cheap productions rather than the promised land of bigger budget productions. In fact, the film is filled with bad editing, poor writing, poor lighting inconsistent acting, cliché storyline and uninteresting characters compared to the original.

Shiga Lin (“Lan Kwai Fong”) is far from ready to lead a film, her inexperience to handle crucial moments did not help the film. Likewise, Lin and Kevin Kwan do not have enough chemistry to justify the amount of screen time. Mia Chan is the case of the unfortunate, having to expose more than required including many unnecessary crude shots of her under garments. Perhaps Mia is following Dada Chan’s (“Vulgaria”) footstep, but when the focus becomes your other assets rather than actual acting, Mia is more like the victim of its circumstances. In the scene after Mia bedded Avis, her quick and unusual turn of emotions filled the audience with unintentional laughter. With Mia at the screening, one can only imagine how embarrassing it would have been. Make no mistake, Avis is one terrible actor and apart from his association with Chrissie Chau, one must wonder why someone of his acting calibre can even get a film gag. While newcomer Dominic Ho adds nothing to the preceding other than looking cool and smirking a smile, not unlike the infamous Edison Chen.

“Lan Kwai Fong 2″ contains all the hallmarks of bad filmmaking and it does not help when everyone involved somewhat contributed to the downfall. Director Wilson Chin should get the burden of the blame and should promptly sack whoever the editor was involved. The cutting of scenes affected the film flow of events and by the final third of the film, it seemed so rushed that one can be forgiven to think that the film simply went out of budget. The numerous “close up” shots is more annoying and overused and just about anything that was good in the original, director Chin somehow managed to exclude it. However, the well made finale involving the entire LKF going backward is unbelievable yet sweet, but after going through everything before, the scene is definitely out of place and undeserving of such an ending. One wonders, if the entire production budget and thoughts went into filming the final sequence, the director forgetten that he is not shooting a music video, but rather an entire movie.

With the Hong Kong film industry making lesser local productions, “Lan Kwai Fong 2″ by being sexy and riding on the fame of the first film, may yet sell a few tickets, but with its questionable and cheap quality, it certainly does not help the future of local productions. Still, there is still some fun within this film, but mostly it relates to unintentional humour and to a large degree on the laughable script writing and the bad acting involved. If the first film is mindless entertainment, the second is just so bad that it is funny…(Neo 2012)

I rate it 4/10

Lan Kwai Fong 3 (2014)

Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia)

It is getting to the point where I do not know what to say about yet another sequel to the atrocious “Lan Kwai Fong” trilogy (hoping this one will be the last, despite being highly unlikely). Movies can be bad, acting can be terrible, direction can be piss poor, but the latest Wilson Chin’s effort in “Lan Kwai Fong 3” is absolutely tasteless and borderline disgraceful. To call this a film is already an overstatement as it hardly qualifies as one. It is precisely a collection of Hong Kong’s so called “le-mos” who are pretty much talent-less apart from the saving grace of being youthful and possesses some busty body parts. If they are going to make a film this crude, they might as well be better off actually making an actually Category III film in the reins of the light weigh entertainment of “Due West: A Sex Journey” or even to a lesser extent “The 33D Invaders”. I know that there is a market for this kind of crude and demeaning films about clubbing, but there should be a limit and bottom line of having a half decent script before any future productions should even begin. In 2013, we have seen directors like Wong Jing trying and making a decent effort and if Wilson Chin continues like this, his career will probably be precisely like “Lan Kwai Fong” – cheap, disposable, senseless and bad.

Jeana Ho headlines as one of the four leads namely Ava Yu Kiu, Whitney Hui and Celia Kwok Wing-Yi. It is probably safe to say that if the quadrant is good at one thing, that is being consistent, meaning consistently bad. Perhaps, Celia Kwok flairs better out of the lot as her ugly make up allows her to do more of the acting, rather than purely relying on exterior looks. As for the male counterparts, they are all equally as terrible with the exception of Jason Chan who actually makes an effort to produce a performance. His chemistry with Whitney Hui offers the film with the minimal thing to cheer about. It is probably senseless for me to go on and discuss about acting in a film like this as nobody will be in the right mind to even care.

All in all, “Lan Kwai Fong 3” manages to be even worst than the already atrocious “Lan Kwai Fong 2” and that’s an enormous achievement by all means. As the saying goes, when you are at your lowest point, the only way is up. Perhaps that is precisely what director Wilson Chin and the cast and crew is aiming for. Anyhow, this is a bad movie with almost no redeeming factors. Surely the busty body parts and sexual moments of half naked bodies will likely bring an audience to the cinemas, but for the sake of the local Hong Kong film industry, these films are not worth supporting. As for Wilson Chin, please do everyone a flavor with immediate retirement. Now we understand why Dada Chan prefers being mentally ill than working with this man. It is this bad. (Neo 2014)

I rated it 2/10

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