The Lucky Guy

The Lucky Guy

"Lucky" Coffee Shop is well-known for its egg tarts and tea. Waiter Sui, named as Prince Egg Tart, attracts lots of girls but only loves Candy. He and his friends, Nam, and Fok, all have love problems. At the same time, the coffee shop may collapse since the landlord is increasing the rent tremendously. Let's see how the lucky guys of the shop can revert this situation...

he Lucky Restaurant is known throughout HK for its egg tarts. The owner Mr. Li (Ng Man-Tat) is faced with a big rent increase. Combined with a lack of customers, he is seriously considering closing up shop. The other themes in the movie involve two of the waiters, Sui (Stephen Chow) and Fook (Eric Kot). Sui, better known as the Prince of Egg Tarts, is a ladies man. He one day encounters his match, his first love Candy, from high school (Sammi Cheng), now a registered nurse. Fook is a foolish looking character but with a heart of gold who meets up with his first love Fanny (Kristy Yang), who works at a Tae Kwon Do facility. Mr. Li';s son Nam (Daniel Chan) is a photographer for a gossip magazine, a big Chiba Maruko and Siu San (two Japanese cartoon characters) fan, who meets up with Fon Fon (Hsu Chi), the daughter of a real estate tycoon. Of course the movie goes back and forth between joy and heartbreak, success and failure. What will happen to all these relationships? What will happen to the restaurant? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Phillip C (br) wrote: A compelling and informative film from Robert Greenwald. Truly eye opening.

Lacy M (ru) wrote: This film tells the story of a young biracial girl growing up in a bad family situation who turns to drugs and violence in an effort to learn where she fits in. This movie is well shot, but the script holds pretentions of bucking stereotypes while playing into them pretty perfectly. Every single scene is overwrought and wrenching, so the audience doesn't ever really get to feel a connection to our heroine (played by Zoe Kravitz). It is a genre sister to Precious and suffers from the same flaws, essentially. This girl's life gets progressively worse and there's not even a glimmer of hope which makes the movie hard to stay interested in.

David C (ag) wrote: A routine contemporary spy movie, with more than a hint of Bourne about it, rebooting the Jack Ryan series, updating the context to post 9-11 America, Putin era Russia, and the possibility of global financial market manipulation. Great cast and good performances despite a limited script.

Tyson P (fr) wrote: pretty good for low budget. not really origonal at all but the story is good enough to be told more than once.

Romeo H (nl) wrote: Though moronic and slow at times, it does have it's fun moments of humor and action, with a pitch of a serious underlying theme.

Jake H (kr) wrote: I almost liked this movie but I couldn't stop being mad at Sally Field for leaving Robin Williams in Mrs. Doubtfire. Sally and 007 can go swim in their dorky country club pool -- lame. She should have been cool with the goats at the house and she should have stayed with Robin Williams.

James M (it) wrote: This movie rocks! Saw my 1st pair of breasts in this movie!

Laura M (au) wrote: It's one of those movies where the writer and director are scarier than the story they're trying to tell because they thought that these things should be made into a movie. More douchey than edgy and a bit hypocritical considering the message it seems to be saying rails against how the actual movie was made. Or, if they weren't trying to contradict their own message and thought they were justified in doing some of the things that happened that weren't movie trickery, that might actually be worse.

Charlie D (ca) wrote: It pertains very conventional romantic movie attributes even while its improvised. Tends to contain aggravating moments when it switches tone where I feel the improvisation is faltered. Yet still the main actors do feel as if in real life they have a solid connection.