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Veterinarian Mo Xi who lives together with his girlfriend A Me thinks he has got it made! Representing the absolute Mr. Virtuous, he neither smokes nor drinks and also does not engage in gambling or any indecent affairs. Nevertheless, his girlfriend leaves him to his own devices one fine day telling him that he is Mr. Boring in person
As luck would have it, Mo Xi runs across the Toad King in the home for the elderly who is happy to leave behind a heritage of no less than $US25 million for Mo Xi! After DiDi a former class mate of Mo Xi discovers this secret, she tries to get her share of his riches by hook or by crook, but her plan is disturbed by the sudden return of Mo Xi's ex-lover A Me
|Product Title:||Honesty 絕種好男人 绝种好男人 絶種好男人 Honesty|
|Artist Name(s):||Richie Jen (Actor) | Cecilia Cheung (Actor) | Raymond Wong | Wong Jing | Lee San San 任 賢齊 (Actor) | 張柏芝 (Actor) | 黃浩然 | 王晶 | 李珊珊 任 贤齐 (Actor) | 张柏芝 (Actor) | 黄浩然 | 王晶 | 李珊珊 任賢齊（リッチー・レン） (Actor) | 張栢芝（セシリア・チャン） (Actor) | 黄浩然（レイモンド・ウォン） | 王晶 （バリー・ウォン） | 李珊珊 （ リー・サンサン ） Richie Jen (Actor) | 장 백지 (Actor) | Raymond Wong | Wong Jing | Lee San San|
|Director:||Wong Jing 王晶 王晶 王晶 （バリー・ウォン） Wong Jing|
|Subtitles:||English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese|
|Place of Origin:||Hong Kong|
|Picture Format:||NTSC What is it?|
|Sound Information:||Dolby Digital 5.1|
|Disc Format(s):||DVD, DVD-5|
|Region Code:||All Region What is it?|
|Publisher:||Kam & Ronson Enterprises Co Ltd|
|Package Weight:||110 (g)|
|Shipment Unit:||1 What is it?|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1002841023|
Director: Wong Jing
Cecilia Cheung (King of Comedy, Cat and Mouse) and Taiwanese hearthrob Richie Ren (Summer Holiday star in this charming romantic comedy. Tsang (Ren) is an endangered species, the perfect husband type wh doesn't smoke, drink, or fool around. He meets Didi (Cheung), a club hostess who decides to go after Tsang because of his millions of dollars in inheritace. It does not take long for Didi to realize what a loving and honest man Tsang really is. As Didi questions her own, true motivations, she also finds herself falling in love with him.
* Dolby Digital 5.1
* DVD 5
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Professional Review of "Honesty"
This professional review refers to Honesty (US Version)
After the horror trend last year, all of a sudden, light-hearted romantic comedy has become the favorite genre for Hong Kong filmmakers. Starting from the fall of 2002, more than half of the theatrical releases are romantic comedy, and more are coming every month. Sometimes I would wonder, do we really need so many romantic comedies?
Honesty is a mediocre production directed by prolific filmmaker Wong Jing. The plot is nothing new to most of us who have been brainwashed by series of light-hearted comedies in the past few months. The romance between the two protagonists simply follows the routine of first encounter, getting to know each other, breaking up and getting together again. There are quite a lot of laughing moments in the film, but most of these gags are merely recycled from old films. For instance, the scene when Richie Ren uses TV broadcasting to confess is a replica of the final scene in Love Me Love My Money, which was also directed by Wong Jing. So if you are a veteran moviegoer of Hong Kong cinema, you probably wouldn't find anything new or genuinely funny in this film. Nevertheless, as master of trash cinema, Wong Jing is always good at furnishing his materials. Even though nothing is really interesting, he was still able to oraganize it in a neat way and maintain a highly hilarious atmosphere throughout the film. Compared to the outrageously hollow Why Me Sweetie?, audience at least wouldn't think it is a total waste of time watching Honesty.
Just like most of the recent romantic comedies, Richie Ren's role is rather weak and impotent, while Cecilia Cheung is the agressive one. She initiates the romance and she is always the one taking control. To be honest, I was little disappointed with this "My-Sassy-Girliefied" construction of characters. I was definitely expecting more from the filmmaker. Wong Jing was always the trend maker in the past, from the Romancing Star series to God of Gambler, his films had always acted as a pioneer and influenced many imitators in the mainstream market of commercial cinema. But in these few years, most of his works like Love Me Love My Money were unable to grab the attention of both the audience and the filmmakers in a larger scale anymore. His latest work Color of the Truth was even accused of being a copycat of Infernal Affairs (Although it is not). Let's hope it does not signify the recession of Wong Jing's role in the film business.
Cecilia Cheung's performance is qualified. Her conveyance of emotions and bodily gestures are precise and phenomenal. Richie Ren and Raymond Wong are not bad. Their sense of humor is better than I expected. Raymond Wong is one of the most underrated new actors in Hong Kong. He has been in many movies (He is known as a regular in Johnnie To's movies) but was never actually able to impress the audience enough to make it big. Recently, he has finally got his first lead role in a major production Color of the Truth, but unfortunately, he was not the focus of the promotion, as big names Anthony Wong, Francis Ng and Lau Ching-wan were the ones capturing the spotlights. Chapman To as the goon-like character is getting annoying as he has played a similar role in too many movies lately.
It is easy to make a conclusion on Honesty. You wouldn't gain much viewing this movie, and you also wouldn't lose much skipping this movie. Let's hope Wong Jing's Color of the Truth would make a difference!
Reviewed by: Kantorates - Cinespot.com
Customer Review of "Honesty"
Average Customer Rating for All Editions of this Product: (29)
January 30, 2005
This customer review refers to Honesty (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
|its such a hilarious movie...especially the scene at the hospital.....but it does have a slight melodramatic side to the movie...it's sad when Cecilia pours her heart out to Richie but gets turned down than the sad music comes on ..sniffle.....Anyways it's a great fun film to watch and u people should watch it...|
January 15, 2005
|this film is so good,its sad, funny ummmmmmmmm did i say sad????? anyways its a must see movie|
November 6, 2004
This customer review refers to Honesty (US Version)
|This was a very sad movie. It was very interesting. It brought tears to my eye when I first saw the vcd. It made me changed my view of how I saw my loved life. I really recommand this movie to others.|
August 29, 2004
This customer review refers to Honesty (US Version)
i just watched it cuz in Canada they show a chinese movie every saturday night! so im lucky! i can tape it too! but i just wanna say this movie was so good!and it had those funny short on-screen effectz! hahha i love that! it was sweet and romantic and funny!
and for the record Cecilia Cheung looked SOOO HOTT in this movie! hahahah yess!