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Sleazy Dizzy (1990)

Siu tau Ah Sing (original title)
A common thief and an employee of a Hong Kong stock company try to help an amnesia-plagued undercover cop to regain his memory and locate the whereabouts of the 50 million dollars cash used... See full summary »

Director:

Yuen Chor

Writer:

Philip Cheng
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Stephen Chow ... Sing
Sibelle Hu ... Bo Ling
Kuan Tai Chen ... Chan Yuan-lung
Kenneth Tsang ... Chief Inspector Lee
Alex Fong ... Eric
Josephine Koo Josephine Koo ... Assassin
Ricky Ho ... Xu Ya Dong
Siu-Ling Lee Siu-Ling Lee ... Wong Bing Shu
Siu Dik Leung Siu Dik Leung ... Apartment Owner
Chung Wing Chung Wing ... Thug
Fa-Yuan Li ... Thug
Hsiang Lin Yin Hsiang Lin Yin ... Thug (as Seung Lam Wan)
Shung Fung Lau Shung Fung Lau ... Thug
Chi Tai Lam Chi Tai Lam ... Thug
Foo-Wai Lam ... Thug
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A common thief and an employee of a Hong Kong stock company try to help an amnesia-plagued undercover cop to regain his memory and locate the whereabouts of the 50 million dollars cash used in a drug deal. In the meantime, they try to avoid becoming victims of the crime-lord that was responsible for embezzling 50 million dollars out of the stock company. Written by Oliver Chu

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Comedy | Crime | Mystery

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Hilariously funny Stephen Chow movie!
8 November 2014 | by OllieSuave-007See all my reviews

Hong Kong funnyman Stephen Chow plays common thief Sing, who crosses paths with Hong Kong stock company employee Ling (Sibelle Hu), and end up joining her in helping an amnesia-plagued undercover cop to regain his memory and locate the whereabouts of the 50 million dollars cash used in a drug deal. In the meantime, they try to avoid becoming victims of the crime-lord that was responsible for embezzling 50 million dollars out of the stock company.

The plot is pretty simple but easy to follow, and their are very little surprises and twists to the story. However, you'll be entertained by the large amount of comedy, from Chow's witty humor to Hu's slapstick Karate moves. The unending gun fights and the protagonists trying to outrun the bad guys are also entertaining to watch.

The acting wasn't bad and the music score ranges from clownish to mysterious. There also are a few plot holes here and there. But, overall, it's a good old-fashion crime comedy that will give you several laughs.

Grade B


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Country:

Hong Kong

Language:

Cantonese

Release Date:

16 June 1990 (Hong Kong) See more »

Also Known As:

Sleazy Dizzy See more »

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J & J Film Company See more »
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