Twinkle Twinkle Lucky Stars details
|Starring:||Andy Lau, Rosamund Kwan, Yuen Biao, Antho, Sibelle Hu, Sammo Hung, Richard Norton, Jackie Chan, Anthony Wong, Anthony Wong, Lam Ching-Ying, Stanley Fung, Richard Ng|
|Studio:||SHOWBOX MEDIA GROUP|
Twinkle Twinkle Lucky Stars
|Run time:||1 hour 31 minutes|
|Rental release:||30 Jun 2003|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
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Sammo's Film.By Ian Davies from South Wales , 12 May 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]Another film advertised as a Jackie Chan film, where he is really a supporting player. He and Yuen Biao are only in about ten minutes of this one, but that does not matter. This is Sammo Hung's film. Another in the Lucky Stars series, we get another slapstick and infantile comedy mix with sexist overtones interplayed with some powerfull fight sequences. The fight between Richard Norton and Sammo is a standout, with Sammo using tennis rackets as his weapon of choice.
A nice touch is the final scene which is a who's who of Asian Cinema when dozens of actors walk into the room.
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'Twinkle Twinkle Lucky Stars'By a customer from Rotherham , 18 Dec 2008I LOVE JACKIE CHANS FILMS BUT IT WAS RUBBIES FILM
Twinkle Twinkle lucky starsBy rastarferian (31 reviews) from Telford , 23 Sep 2008As with my lucky stars the names had been changed from the video version, but this is much better than the first one, the critics didnt like it but what do they know.
poorBy a customer from hampton , middlesex , 05 Oct 2007very poor all round , best fight scenes at the end , comedy or lack off is just a group of guys trying to get a cheap thrill , can not understand why jackie chan even has his name to this film , apart from being below standard he only appears a handful of times at the most , you see more of jackie chan in the out takes from the previous movie , as a jackie chan fan dont watch , if you like stupid , slapstick humour! with the odd fight scene then watch
Not very good at allBy Savage (632 reviews) from London, England , 27 Sep 2007The third and final film in the 'Lucky stars' trilogy and, by some distance, the worst. There's an insane amount of direly unfunny comedy, most of it appallingly sexist (poor Rosamund Kwan being on the receiving end), and only a handful of good action scenes, all grouped together at the end. Fast forward to these, fan-boys; others would be best advised to watch it with the commentary switched on. That, at least, is interesting.
Worth seeing for fight scenesBy walesrob (10 reviews) from Aberystwyth , 23 Jul 2006Like other reviews here, the fight scenes are top notch, the slapstick comedy is at times boring and drags on to the point where I almost hit the fast forward button.