Re lang qiu ai zhan (2011) is a Cantonese movie. Tony Tang has directed this movie. Jessica Cambensy,Chrissie Chau,Phoenix Chou,Angie Chu are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2011. Re lang qiu ai zhan (2011) is considered one of the best Action,Sport movie in India and around the world.
In Hong Kong's Paradise Cove Sharon ('Chrissie Chau') and Rachel (Theresa Fu) work at a restaurant of their kung fu master uncle Tao ('Lo Mang') while taking on rivals in beach volleyball matches. The wealthy Bu family has plans to have the beach made into a playground for the rich and getting rid of the youth at the beach. Mrs. Bu's two Eurasian daughters, Natalie ('Jessica C') and Phoenix ('Phoenix Valen') challenge Sharon and Rachel to a volleyball match which Natalie and Phoenix win. Phoenix and Natalie give Rachel and Sharon a challenge: if the two local girls enter and win the upcoming All Hong Kong Womens Volleyball tournament, Mrs. Bu will revise her plans to further develop the area. Sharon and Rachel feel they don't have a chance to win the tournament. Their uncle then Tao teaches the girls kung-fu skills that they apply to volleyball.
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If you watch Beach Spike as a film, it will be so terrible that you just want to smash the TV screen in front of you. However, Beach Spike is not a film, but rather a showcase for the "le-mo" bouncing up and down in their bikini and on a beach playing volleyball. While the film first few volleyball match seems to satisfy the eager awaiting candy coated eyes of the drooling audiences. The same cannot be said about the final showdown. Rather than focusing on key body parts, the camera cuts and edits and fade away. For the expecting audience, this is clearly bad filmmaking at its worst. Therefore coming into this film, it is best to not view this as a film, but rather a chance to get to know the likes of Chrissie Chau, Theresa Fu and Jessica C. Apart from that, fans of Lam Suet can rejoice. Otherwise, stay away. Neo rates it 2/10.
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"Sharon" (Chrissie Chow) and "Rachel" (Theresa Fu) are two young women who have lived on the beach their entire lives. So when they learn that it has been bought by a rich family and that they are going to be evicted they decide to challenge two daughters of this family to a game of beach volleyball with the winner having the final say on the beach development. Being the defending beach volleyball champions the two daughters named "Natalie" (Jessica Cambensy) and "Natasha" (Phoenix Chou) accept. Now rather than reveal any more of this movie and risk spoiling it for those who haven't seen it I will just say that this film resembled the "Beach Movies" of the 60's in several details. Unfortunately, other than Chrissie Chow and Theresa Fu, none of the other characters really stood out in this movie. The humor wasn't sharp, the plot was convoluted and the film seemed to run 20 minutes longer than necessary. In short, this turned out to be a very long and boring movie. Accordingly, I rate this movie as below average.