Three of a Kind (2004)
Reviewed by: j.crawford on 2006-03-02
Summary: funny, heart-warming film
Comedian Michael Hui returns to the big screen in riotously funny, heart-warming film from
director Joe Ma Wai-Ho. Working from a script he co-wrote with Matt Chow Hoi-Kwong, Sunny
Chan Wing-Sun, Lung Man Hong, and Lee Chun-Fai, Ma teams up once again with lovable
Miriam Yeung Chin-Wah to capture the success they had with the Love Undercover films
several years ago.

Hui is cast as Dragon Lone, an author of some very popular wuxia novels who is suffering from a
writer's block while keeping a watchful eye on his daughter and her unlucky affairs of the heart.
Lau Ching Wan joins the proceedings cast as Yeung's popular, playboy boss who also is rather
unlucky at love despite his charm and rugged good looks. Laugh out loud funny set pieces are
countered with poignant moments of real affection for the characters as they move through a
well drawn scenario. Look for another outstanding performance from Hui Siu-Hung, who is cast
as Lone's housekeeper. Production design, costumes and cinematography combine for
outstanding visual achievement.
Reviewer Score: 8