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少林活寶貝 (1994)
The Shaolin Kids in Hong Kong

Reviewed by: hkcinema
Date: 12/21/1999

Two young boys escape their dreary monastic life for the brightlights of Hong Kong. Joining a couple of pickpockets the two live out the adventure. Kind-hearted Master Chi is sent to Hong Kong to find the kids.

[Reviewed by Tai Seng Catalog]

Reviewed by: pablo
Date: 12/09/1999

Two Shaolin kids end up in Hong Kong by mistake, and Abbot Kung Zhi is sent to retrieve them. Meanwhile, the kids meet up with a girl forced to work cons by materialistic Money Law. Will Kung Zhi find the kids and show Money the path to spiritual happiness ? Not very interesting, but not as bad as the _Shaolin Popey_ series either. Features a fun fighting scene between Gordon Liu Chia Hui and Phillok Kwok Chui.

Reviewed by: spinali
Date: 12/08/1999
Summary: NULL

While trying to escape their master's punishment, two Shaolin monk toddlers escape to HK, where they link with a cute swindler and cross some sadistic counterfeiters one too many times. The humor's typical for this kind of thing: pissing in people's faces, goofy sound effects, wacky kung-fu pratfalls, etc. I have nothing against kids' movies, but even they'd be insulted watching this.


[Reviewed by Steve Spinali]

Reviewer Score: 2