• Movie: Hardcore Comedy
  • Country: Hong Kong
  • Release Date: Aug 29, 2013
  • Duration: 1 hr. 33 min.
  • Rating: 18+ Restricted (violence & profanity)


  • Score: 5.3 (scored by 4 users)
  • Ranked: #99999
  • Popularity: #99999
  • Watchers: 15

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3 stories, 3 surprises, magical love, crazy jokes, sexy hot stuff, car stunts, gangsters fights, all in one. The police are after Yao and Yan who later run into Peng. Three of them join the club. A bunch of gangsters want Peng, while the police want Yao and Yan. Meanwhile, Jay and Moon is going fast and furious in a car. They almost hit Peng. All of the characters end up in the same street at the same time. Yet they're all going to be responsible for their own karma. Add Synopsis In Portuguese

  • Country: Hong Kong
  • Type: Movie
  • Release Date: Aug 29, 2013
  • Duration: 1 hr. 33 min.
  • Score: 5.3 (scored by 4 users)
  • Ranked: #99999
  • Popularity: #99999
  • Rating: 18+ Restricted (violence & profanity)

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Jun 15, 2017
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Overall 5.5
Story 6.5
Acting/Cast 7.5
Music 7.0
Rewatch Value 4.0
A mix that did not work very well!
"Hardcore Comedy" sums up
A lazy and lazily planned failure that assumes he has the support of local audiences simply because his filmmakers do not care.
With each of its three pieces produced by a filmmaker established and directed by a newcomer, the project has as its theme three main vices: prostitution, gambling and drugs. The result could not be more unpleasant.
The highly stylized section opens the movie as the most memorable of the trio. Following are two friends obsessed with pornography, Kelvin Kwan Chor-yiu and Terence Chui Chi-iong who end up living in a crumbling apartment building that is used as a brothel.
As they shift their initial focus to lose their virginity to save a beautiful neighbor, Michelle Wai Si-nga and prostitutes from the clutches of a corrupt cop, Timothy Cheng Tse-sing, Wong sometimes offer a bit of intelligence, especially in clichés, and Infantilities about everything from Japanese porn to TVB of dramas.
The next segment, "Run on Drugs," focuses on a man-hearted Kit played by William Chan Wai-ting, who is fooled into delivering psychedelic mushrooms to a cross-dressing dealer.
Helped by a dinning client, Dada Chan Ching, he appears in a nightclub, Kit spends the night around the city meeting up with this crazy customer among others, while a superficial, mostly unforgettable novel flourishes between the two.
The last segment "Can not Stop the Killing" (can not stop the killing). Revolves around Pang played by Oscar Leung Lit-wai, a sushi chef with a gambling addiction. When he is forced to eliminate a mafia boss, Louis Cheung Kai-chung as a debt settlement, Pang chooses to revisit his estranged family and his dream girl from college Christine Kuo Yun-hui before the chaos.
In general, a bad movie in all elements, vulgar, dirty and mediocre.
Throughout the film, there is a void where laughter is the way to fill this void, somo forced to laugh. We can blame this on the trends of the film industry. "Hardcore Comedy" makes it clear that the simple fact that vulgarity is not itself funny. "Hardcore Comedy" seems so preoccupied with laughing with its own nonsense that the result barely registers as a comedy. And no amount of nudity or drug use could fix that.

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