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Sixty Million Dollar Man

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Andew Lau was the cinematographer.      Dion Lam was the action director.      Wong Jing directed several scenes.

Director: Wong Jing
Genre: Comedy
Release Date: August 19, 1995
MPAA Rating: Unrated
1 review about Sixty Million Dollar Man

You always get what you pay for.

  • Sep 13, 2009
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The Sixty Million Dollar Man is a Wong Jing production that stars Stephen Chow. He's plays Sing, a selfish rich boy who treats nobody right even this nerdy homely girl (Gigi Leung) who has a crush on him but he deeply insults her. One day his father has it with his nonsense and tells him that he's not his real father and cuts him off. Depressed, he's about to leave his home when a group of thugs invade the house. In an attempt to redeem himself, he sacrifices himself so his manservant buddy Tat (and real father) could survive the bomb that the thugs have planted. When the smoke clears all that's left is his big mouth. Is their any hope for Sing? Who wanted him dead? To find out you'll have to watch THE SIXTY MILLION DOLLAR MAN.

This Wong Jing production co-stars Elvis Tsui and Dion Lam. Wong Jing wrote the bizarre script that references everything from DIE HARD 2 to PULP FICTION. Pure cheesy nonsensical fun.

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