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Tuesday, April 7, 2009 at 5:24 PM |  

Give Tsui Hark credit: the man doesn't give up. All About Women is Tsui Hark's return to the intentional comedy genre, having spent the last decade hanging around with Jean-Claude Van Damme and generally disappointing the Hong Kong Cinema faithful. Previously, Tsui was responsible for many entertaining and borderline schizophrenic screwball comedies, and All About Women attempts the difficult feat of joining those ranks. And why not? Tsui hasn't had much luck in other genres recently; Seven Swords was decent but unspectacular, and Missing was a five-alarm misfire. Some of Tsui's biggest hits have been populist comedies, and if action or thrills can't convert the masses, maybe laughs can. Is The Master back?


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