All for the Winner (1990) - Movieo.

Jeffrey Lau Ng See-Yuen Corey Yuen: Starring: Stephen Chow Ng Man-tat Sharla Cheung Sandra Ng Paul Chun Corey Yuen Jeffrey Lau: Music by: Lowell Lo: Cinematography.

When expert gambler Sandra Ng is killed by a rival, her ghost enlists Wong Jing and Ng Man-Tat, two screw-up disciples of Taoist Lam Ching-Ying, to help her extract her revenge. This premise allows Wong Jing to have fun with the ghost, taoist, and gambling movie genres at the same time, providing the kind of entertainment you would expect from a movie produced, directed, and starring Wong Jing.

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The God of Gamblers series continues without Chow Yun-Fat. Instead, Stephen Chow arrives and everything becomes funnier. Sillier but funnier. Review by Kozo: Stephen Chow brings his All for the Winner character into the God of Gamblers series. After making a ton of bucks on his own, Sing (Stephen Chow) and uncle Ng Man-Tat decide that the best way to exploit his gambling talents is to become.Anita Mui plays the sister of the Saint of Gamblers, and also possesses supernatural gambling abilities. However, she chooses not to use her powers. She decides to come to Hong Kong to retrieve her brother and bring him back to China. There she meets his assistant, Ng, who is without the Saint of Gamblers, as he has headed off on a cruise. Ng asks Mui to compete in the next tournament, but she.Starring: Chow Yun-Fat, Andy Lau Tak-Wah, Joey Wong Cho-Yin, Sharla Cheung Man, Ng Man-Tat The God of Gamblers, Ko Chun (Chow Yun-Fat) goes missing after gambling at a private game and ends up losing his memory. Feeling guilty for setting the trap that he blundered into, Knife (Andy Lau) and his friends decide to look after him and find out that he is a gambling genius, coming to call him.


He meets his uncle, Blackie Tan, played for comedic effect by Ng Man-tat. You are introduced to Uncle Blackie’s roommates who round out the rest of the comedic cast, a spot on performance by Sandra Ng as well as Director Corey Yuen playing the straight man to the two seasoned actors. During a friendly round of gambling, it becomes evident that Sing actually possesses incredible powers. He.High quality Stephen Chow gifts and merchandise. Inspired designs on t-shirts, posters, stickers, home decor, and more by independent artists and designers from around the world. All orders are custom made and most ship worldwide within 24 hours.

Ng Man-Tat searches for a new gambling king in this sequel to All for the Winners. It should have been a wonderfully fun action-gambling Wong Jing extravaganza. In case you are keeping track, or even still care, this film is another sequel to Stephen Chow's classic comedy, All for the Winner. But Saint of Gamblers is neither classic nor comedy. Instead, it brings the gambling genre to a new.

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Fans of the actresses, and of Ng Man-Tat (who should be inducted into the Wacky Sidekick Hall of Fame), will likely find much to enjoy here, but for those seeking the best recommendations of the gambling genre, The Top Bet isn't more than a minor footnote. (Kozo 2003).

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Both Chow Sing Chi and Ng Man Tat have returned to their roles for this movie that was written by Wong Jing, produced by Jimmy Heung, Charles Heung and Jing Wong, and directed by Wong Jing. Assistant directors included Bosco Lam, Dion Lam, Ga-Wah Lui, Cheung-Yan Yuen and Woo-Ping Yuen. The music was done by Clarence Hui and Lowell Lo. Cinematography was done by Peter Pau and film edited by.

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Actor: Man-tat Ng. A Better Tomorrow II Movie 1987 Great. Gangster and old friend flee to America, track down the twin brother of a fallen comrade, and engage in bloody revenge. God of Gamblers Movie 1989 Very Good. Super-gambler suffers freak accident and gets taken in by cash-strapped punk. All for the Winner Movie 1990 Great. Uncle exploits nephew’s ESP to win at gambling. God of Gamblers.

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Taiwanese triad leader Chung Chan (Jeffrey Lau) demands that the Saint of Gamblers, Chow Sing Cho (Stephen Chow), play cards for him at an upcoming gambling tournament - at the stake of his Uncle Blackie Tat's (Man Tat Ng) life. However, because Sing is away traveling around the world, Tat hopes that Sing's sister Mei (Anita Mui) would enter the tournament, as she has magical powers like her.

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God of Gamblers III: Back to Shanghai. AKA: God of Gamblers: The Beginning, Knight of Gamblers II: The Gambling Saint of Shanghai Beach, God of Gamblers Part III: Back to Shanghai. 1991. Director: Wong Jing. Stars: Stephen Chow, Ng Man-Tat, Gong Li, Sandra Ng, Ray Lui, Charles Heung, Cheung Man, Wong Jing, Wong Wan-Si. Stephen Chow originally starred in a parody of the first God of Gamblers.

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Welcome to part 2 of our God of Gamblers series retrospective and after covering the Chow Yun-fat run of movies in the form of 1989’s God of Gamblers and 1994’s God of Gamblers’ Return, we turn from God to Saint and the Stephen Chow run.In 1990 Stephen Chow broke through as a comedy superstar playing the Saint Of Gamblers in All For The Winner directed by Jeff Lau and Corey Yuen.

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Saint of Gamblers 1995, NR Directed by Wong Jing. Starring Chan Sil-Chun, Ng Man-Tat, Chingmay Yau, Sik Sui-Loong, Lam Kwok-Bun, Donnie Yen Chi-Tat. REVIEWED By Joey O'Bryan, Wed., March 13, 1996.

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Mainlander Nan (Carol 'Do Do' Cheng) moves to Hong Kong to earn a living by being a gambler and casino dealer. She meets up with her stuntman cousin Po (Aaron Kwok) and his horse-race gambler landlord Li (Alex Man) and together, the three try to make ends meet in the gambling world. However, they stumbled upon a plot where greedy investor Fu Hon-San (Man Tat Ng) swindled the shares of his.

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Plot: Sing (Stephen Chow), who is a Mainland bumpkin and has supernatural powers, is exploited by his streetwise uncle (Ng Man Tat) to sweep stakes in the casino and finally wins the champion in the tournament of the King of Gamblers.(Mei-Ah) This is a parody of Chow Yun Fat's vehicle God Of Gamblers.: Notes: 1. Nominations at the 1991 Hong Kong Film Awards.

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