What does Two Thumbs Up means? According to dictionary, it is an unofficial honor given for excellence in any field; it can be awarded for any outstanding accomplishment. A warm invitation from Clover Films Singapore, I had caught the latest Hong Kong action comedy film’s ‘Two Thumbs Up’ last evening at Golden Village Vivocity.
Before entering the theatre, I was questioning myself why this movie was named as “Two Thumbs Up” but after watching it, I got touch by the movie and realise it contain a very strong meaningful life story. Being Two Thumbs Up means giving a person compliment, regardless you are good or bad guy, as long as you are doing the right things, you are worth the compliment.
“What you are wearing, it doesn’t matter; the most important is on how people look at you.” This sentence I find it quite true in life. Likewise I strongly agreed that personality will win over appearance.
Two Thumbs Up (衝鋒車) movie synopsis:
Big F and his gangsters dress their minibus to resemble a police vehicle, and pose as policemen for a robbery. Police Officer Chui has sensed “criminal intent”. Without police orders, he investigates these gangsters. At the robbery the gangsters engage in a gunfight against the real criminals, who kill randomly. Big F and his men are infuriated.
They may wear police costumes and use toy guns, but their passion is real. Sensing their righteous passion, Chui decides to side with the imposters and their 16-passenger EU vehicle. Big F and his men re-discover the bond they felt when they used to battle together. Finally, Chui, Big F and the gang defeat the criminals, showing Chui that anyone can be a hero, and righteousness resides within us all.