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Gorgeous (1999) 1080p YIFY Movie

Gorgeous (1999) 1080p

A romantic girl travels to Hong Kong in search of certain love but instead meets a kind-hearted professional fighter with whom she begins to fall for instead.

IMDB: 6.12 Likes

  • Genre: Action | Comedy
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.91G
  • Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 121
  • IMDB Rating: 6.1/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 31 / 159

The Synopsis for Gorgeous (1999) 1080p

A Taiwanese girl named Bu has just been proposed to. While pondering the proposal, she finds a message in a bottle which inspires her go to Hong Kong to meet the guy, Albert, who wrote the message. However, she finds out that Albert is gay. A successful playboy businessman CN, and Howie have been rivals in love and business since school days. Howie finds out that CN is dating his girl and also trying to take over his company. Howie tells his guys to teach CN a lesson. Bu happens to be there and saves CN, but decides to fake her identity and scheme to make him fall in love with her. In the meantime Howie, who wants to teach CN a humiliating lesson, hires a highly trained foreign fighter to beat him.


The Director and Players for Gorgeous (1999) 1080p

[Director]Vincent Kok
[Role:]Tony Chiu Wai Leung
[Role:]Qi Shu
[Role:]Jackie Chan


The Reviews for Gorgeous (1999) 1080p


Jackie in LoveReviewed bymagic-eightVote: 8/10

I recently watched "Gorgeous" again in an American release and dubbed version. While I prefer the Hong Kong version, I found that "Gorgeous" doesn't have a mean bone in its body. It is cute and sweet throughout. If you can get through that then this movie will entertain you. If you're looking for a fistful of action, you will be disappointed.

First we meet Hsu Chi, who plays the innocent country girl from Taiwan who looks toward the big city for romance via a message in a bottle (The Chinese name of the film "Glass Bottle" is more appropriate, so why they renamed it for the foreign release is a puzzlement.). Hsu rushes to Hong Kong in search of love and finds Tony Leung, a gay make-up artist. She sees Chan in one of his flourishes, escaping Emil Chow's men on a yacht and quickly falls in love with this dashing, adventurous character. Hsu and Jackie meet up when Hsu rescues Jackie from this predicament. Richie Ren appears as the comic relief, playing Hsu's suitor from Taiwan.

The movie focuses on the relationship between Bu and C.N. (Hsu and Jackie) and the events they go through while developing their love. There are a couple of fighting/sparring scenes where Jackie takes on Bradley James Allan, one of Jackie's own stunt monkeys. These two fights are well-choreographed and fill in for those who are jones'n for a Jackie fight scene.

The direction by Vincent Kok is well handled. Jackie made the right choice in getting a comedy director to take the reigns. The art and set design were also well done.

Although I, too, love Jackie's action flicks, this movie is a departure into the romantic realm. It is a well-made film that is engaging and sugar-sweet. The soundtrack is also quite cloying. And, unlike many of the recent Jet Li movies that have been dubbed for American audiences, "Gorgeous" keeps its soundtrack and theme song intact, which made the dubbed version more tolerable. Jackie seems to be making the transition to more adult-based films that divert, slightly, from his typical kung-fu knockabouts. This film was a welcome change of pace.

A nice departure for Jackie.Reviewed byCornelius_SneedVote: 7/10

If all you want is an action movie in the Jackie Chan tradition, you may not like this one. It is instead a romantic comedy, which I will admit not too many Jackie fans will be expecting.

I, however, applaud the fact that he branches out from the typical comedic chop-socky formula in this one. I think it would be terrible as an actor to endlessly have to come up with new "they done me wrong, so I gotta beat 'em up" plots for movies. So all you folks who just want to see amazing stunts and so on, I would advise that you watch something else.

This movie does not contain much in the way of stunts, or even fight scenes. However, it does contain a couple of comedic fights with the Four Stooges of henchmen, which might elicit a chuckle or two. It also contains two fights with Bradley James Allan, which are fought within spaces about the size of a boxing ring, and with only walls to run up and do backflips off, as far as the acrobatics go. However, these are amazing fights, especially the last one, because with Brad, Jackie doesn't have to slow down. So it is blazing fists a-flying, and some of the best toe-to-toe single opponent action you will see in any Jackie movie. And I don't think they contained any wire work at all. Just straight honest action. Somewhat ironically, one part of the last fight with Brad was the only part of the movie I got a full belly laugh out of.

Admittedly, this is kind of an odd movie, but as long as you approach it in the right frame of mind, I think you might enjoy it. Maybe think of it as a chick flick with some Jackie Chan action thrown in. This would be a great one to watch, for instance, with a girlfriend who doesn't usually like martial arts movies. It has both action and touching moments. And after she sees this one, you may persuade her to watch some of the real Chan actioners with you. :)

Action star takes a turn for a romantic comedy? Sure!Reviewed byYudVote: 8/10

Jackie Chan plays a 'Hugh Grant' of sorts in a movie. Although the action is still present, romance and love is the main theme of the movie.

The female lead, Bu, has an obsession towards C.N. (Jackie). The age difference may make some a bit disturbed, but the movie delivers the message very well. People need love in the world, right?

Fighting sequences are present, of course. It features a very well fight performance between a man that can make Jackie a tough match. Even the music has the fighters 'dance' to it (you'll see). But as of most Jackie Chan movies, these action sequences are 'clean' with NO dirty tricks, gunfire, or blood. The fights are mostly for honor in this movie. It makes the film 'watchable' for the whole family and it doesn't damage the suspense at all.

Dubbing is another story. Best to get the DVD, with the original track with english subtitles. Jackie is unnatrually dubbed by another actor, and some of the jokes are missed when all of the words are spoken in english. Trust me!

'Gorgeous' is a movie where you'd see with your 'date' so to speak. The guys will dig the action, and the romance will make the gals go in awe. The humor will bind the two genre together, making it one of the nicest Jackie Chan movies out there today.

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