After falling foul of the local law enforcers, Zhu is asked to go undercover to find out who is using the film business as a front to smuggle drugs. Zhu is also distressed to find that his idol no longer does his own stunts despite telling the public otherwise and is stuck in a rut of middling action films. Please subscribe to the channel if you enjoy the reviews. Despite their differences, Zhu and Bao become friends though and as Zhu gets closer to who is using film production to transfer drugs abroad, he discovers new depths to the has-been. Private Investigator Zhu, whose dream has always been to be in the police force, is given an unusual task on entering Hong Kong. For the rest of us though, there should be much to enjoy. We get to witness Chan unleashing everything from drunken fist to snake style, while the likes of Chris Collins shows up as the villain of The Time Adventurer.
Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statue that might otherwise be infringing. There are some genuinely witty moments in there and they prove the perfect covering for the many more that end with a whimper. Non-profit, education or personal use tops the balance in favor of fair use. Chinese singer-songwriter Li Rong-Hao makes his big screen debut playing a private detective, one with a penchant for classic Hong Kong action movies, who finds himself recruited by the cops to go undercover and investigate a famous action stars links to a Thai drug kingpin. .
If you have any suggestions for films to be reviewed, please let us know in the comments section of the Request a Review video: Please support on Patreon for exclusive content and rewards - Follow us on Twitter: and on Facebook: Thanks for watching! Jing apparently had such a miserable time making his own movie, that 2 years later, seemingly out of nothing else but spite, he made. Bao, once the king of Hong Kong action films, has found his star fading and is increasingly embittered by the fact that his acting skills have never received the attention he thinks they deserve. The photos are copyrighted and courtesy by their respective owners. These scenes work so well because of their basis in reality, and could well be considered more on the nose than anything found in. From his complaints on only ever receiving awards for his action, but never his acting, to at its most blatant a sendup of the well circulated rumour that one of the outtakes from was in fact performed by a stuntman, but the aftermath was staged to make it look like it was Chan.
The barbed attacks on Chan range from the amusing to the rather petty, but Kok somehow keeps the whole ticking over reasonably well. Yet with Eason Chan mugging effectively in the lead role and enough jokes hitting their target, this proves to be a more enjoyable experience than could be expected. However the show really belongs to Eason Chan, who hams things up to eleven and is visibly having a great time. For this task Zhu is sent to join the action team of superstar Bao Chan , a celebrity who the young investigator idolised as a youth. This is my review of Keep Calm and Be a Superstar. . .
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