Love on Delivery (1994)
Reviewed by: pjshimmer on 2002-11-04
In the 90s, a lot of talented martial artists were wasted in movies of different focuses. For example, Billy Chow is only in about 20 seconds (I guarentee this) of this movie.

Moving on, I would say this is an average Chow movie. It takes quite a while for the comedy to unfold.

The guy that you think will be the main villain is actually not the main villain, as the real main villain shows up later.

The best moments are the garfield mask fight and Ng Man Tat providing "psychological" help to Stephen Chow in the in-ring fight.

As usual, you can expect references to HK pop idols. This time, they refer to Jacky Cheung and Leon Lai.