PG Love 2016 Review: A few dashes of LOL-worthy unintentional humor

These six girls’ life journeys turn into new pages after being a promotion Girl (PG), Ching Ching (starring Angie Shum) secretly becomes a PG to save money. She was heartbroken when her boyfriend Chi Wai (Starring Ma Chi Wai) finds out about it and insulted her. Meanwhile, Torres (starring Chiu King Ho) starts to prusue her. She is struggling between them badly.

Suger (starring Jumbo Tsang) and Candy (Starring Arita Chui or Thoi Bich Gia) are highly sought-after PGs who know how to take advantage from men. At a high-end banquet, they meet Vincent (Starring Alan Lui) who claimed to be a rich banker. They then dated him and foster rivalry with each other. At last, they find out Vincent’s untellable secret…

Vicky (starring Alycia Chan) and Sammy (starring Vivian Law) were good friends. They take up the job of PG in hopes of drawing the attention from netizens and entering the modeling industry. To get famous, they always go all the way to flaunt their figures. Fung (Starring Jacqueline Ching or Trang Tu Man) was once famous in the PG industry. She is dumped and gives up on herself until she runs into Brother Happy (starred Bob Lam). With his support, she regains her confidence…

There’s minor raunch going on, along with a few dashes of LOL-worthy unintentional humor. Given the cast (C-list actors or worse), the filmmakers (ahem, Patrick Kong) and genre (trashy youth romance), PG Love (Gai Nganh) could have ended up as insulting or intolerable. But the comedy (phim hai hong kong) is neither, and qualifies as a kindler, gentler Lan Kwai Fong for casual filmgoers. Oddly, the least served might be Patrick Kong devotees. Who may prefer more over-the-top plot twists and betrayals than the comparatively mild ones featured here. This review comes from

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