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Bat sin fan dim: Yan yuk cha siu bau, Movie, 1993 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Bunman: The Untold Story
  • The Eight Immortals Restaurant: The Untold Story (USA)

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boys_bible HK

2013-04-19 19:44

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The title of the movie:

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Filmed in Macau, the most terrible and awful film in Hong Kong film history...... :D

ingo DE

2013-04-19 20:25

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We don't care about plot, dialogues and cineastic artwork, just spotting interesting and rare cars, that is fine for us.

boys_bible HK

2013-04-19 20:28

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ingo wrote We don't care about plot, dialogues and cineastic artwork, just spotting interesting and rare cars, that is fine for us.


Don't worry, I just mentioned the nature of that film simply.
The cars have Macau license, because the story is in Macau...... :)


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Gag Halfrunt UK

2013-04-19 20:29

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And rubbish films can be very interesting in that respect. :)

boys_bible HK

2013-04-19 20:34

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Gag Halfrunt wrote And rubbish films can be very interesting in that respect. :)


This film is an example: /movie.php?id=99807

ingo DE

2013-04-19 20:34

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In that aspect rubbish films are generally more interesting than blockbusters or TV-series. Those are too contaminated with product-placement verhicles.

ingo DE

2013-04-19 20:36

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boys_bible wrote
This film is an example: /movie.php?id=99807

A good example, as movies, whose makers are so poor, that they only can afford to film on junkyards, are perfect for our purposes here :king:

boys_bible HK

2013-04-19 20:39

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Usually the vehicles used in the rubbish films are the common ones. Very few special surprise.

ingo DE

2013-04-19 20:41

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That's true, but often interesting background-cars or junkyard-wrecks are appearing.

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boys_bible HK

2013-04-19 20:45

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ingo wrote That's true, but often interesting background-cars or junkyard-wrecks are appearing.


In Hong Kong, most of the rubbish movies have Japanese vehicles appeared, like Honda Civic, Honda Accord, Toyota Hiace, Nissan Sunny, etc. Sometimes Mercedes-Benz S-Klasse and BMW 3 can be found.

-- Last edit: 2013-04-19 20:46:31

ingo DE

2013-04-19 20:49

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I'm still waiting for that Hong Kong rubbish-movie, where in the background a VW K 70 (one of the 331 there) is visible. My Japanese friend has told me that, but he cannot remember, in what movie that was. He only knows, that it was a terrible one, a kind of a Bruce Lee-copy or so.

boys_bible HK

2013-04-19 20:52

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ingo wrote I'm still waiting for that Hong Kong rubbish-movie, where in the background a VW K 70 (one of the 331 there) is visible. My Japanese friend has told me that, but he cannot remember, in what movie that was. He only knows, that it was a terrible one, a kind of a Bruce Lee-copy or so.


I don't clear which one. For the old Hong Kong films, you can find not only VW Beetles and Transporter, but also the VW 1600: /vehicle_395610-Volkswagen-1600-Typ-31-1970.html

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love krittaya TH

2013-04-20 19:50

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I was waited for a Nissan Pao (and an unknown yellow small car) used by character in an unknown movie I watched on TV, Hong Kong or somewhere in Asia, storyline about overweight persons. Thanks Kegare to uploaded (IMCDb pages of) that movie and that car, it is /vehicle_577930-Nissan-Pao-E-PK10-1989.html and location is Japan, not HK that I wrong in remember it. :)


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I'm still waiting for an unknown Hong Kong(?) movie I watched on TV, probably a comedy genre, where main character (without racing experience, or something has problem?) use a Nissan Sunny/Sentra [B14] sedan in a race. It suspension high is normal or higher level than normal, then it is not good for circuit racing (Race track, not rally or offroad). The car is overheated engine or engine blown up, and stopped at the finish line in the last lap. He finished at the last position due to his bad driving.

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boys_bible HK

2013-04-21 16:51

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love krittaya wrote
I'm still waiting for an unknown Hong Kong(?) movie I watched on TV, probably a comedy genre, where main character (without racing experience, or something has problem?) use a Nissan Sunny/Sentra [B14] sedan in a race......


If I check, I have to know which actor drive this Nissan Sunny first.
Many Hong Kong movies use Nissan Sunny within......

-- Last edit: 2013-04-21 16:56:22

marcusdragonma BR

2016-07-26 16:33

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Updated with DVD pictures and 6 new vehicles.
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