Rating: 5.5 stars
Seen 1 time
Seen on: 09/06/2020
Most recently watched by sleestakk
For never-do-well compulsive gambler Fong, there’s only one thing more fearsome than debtors at his doorstep - having to coax a crying baby. But what if the baby becomes his golden goose to fend off his debtors? Can he overcome his phobia of diapers, milk bottles, and cloying lullabies?
Length 126 minutes
Jackie Chan | Cherrie Ying | Yuen Biao | Hui Siu-Hung | Charlene Choi | Daniel Wu | Nicholas Tse | Ken Lo | Gao Yuanyuan | Terence Yin | Louis Koo | Gordon Lam | Michael Hui | Conroy Chan | On-On Yu | Andrew Lin | Winnie Leung | Tony Ho | Ken Wong | Mandy Chiang | Jason Tobin | Asuka Higuchi | Ku Feng | Nicky Li Chung-Chi | Joe Cheung | Hiro Hayama | Vincent Chik Miu-Chan | Teresa Carpio | Lisa S. | Luk Man-Wai | Huang Kai-Sen | Chen Baoguo | Don Li | Johnny Cheung Wa | Yee Tin-Hung | Matthew Medvedev | Wong Yuk-Man | Gill Mohindepaul Singh | David Lee Ka-Yan | Wong Chi-Wang | Ho Yat-Wah | Fong Chi-Kui | Tsui Kin-Wah | Wong Pak-To | Leo Lo Hoi-Ying | Chung Ka-Lung | Christian Kila | Choy Tak-Kwan | Terence Tsui Chi-Hung | Ling Chi-Man | Bonnie Wong | Jonathan Lee Yat-Sing | Eddie Che Wai-Yin | Victy Wong | Wong Man-Kin
About 30 minutes into this I remembered why I’ve always skipped this movie in Jackie Chan’s oeuvre. Unless it’s HARD BOILED, “baby in peril” flicks are not for me nor are “inept men suddenly have to take care of baby” movies. Ugh
At least the baby is super adorable. Also, slapstick action comedies with this premise should never ever be over 2 hours long. Love ya, Benny, but sometimes ya gotta pull the brake lever. Also gets a downgrade for casting Charlene Choi and then making her unwanted by Louis Koo. Probably the most unrealistic thing of the entire movie.