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CJ7
     

CJ7

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Cast: Stephen Chow, Xu Jiao, Kitty Zhang Yuqi, Lee Sheung-Ching

 

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Shaolin Soccer and Kung Fu Hustle director Stephen Chow returns to the helm for this sci-fi comedy about a struggling single father whose quest to find the perfect toy yields out-of-this-world results. Ti (Chow) is a poor construction worker who breaks his back to ensure that his young son

Overview

Shaolin Soccer and Kung Fu Hustle director Stephen Chow returns to the helm for this sci-fi comedy about a struggling single father whose quest to find the perfect toy yields out-of-this-world results. Ti (Chow) is a poor construction worker who breaks his back to ensure that his young son Dicky (Xu Jiao) can stay enrolled in an exclusive private school. But while Ti does everything possible to give his son the opportunities that he never had, Dicky still feels like a classroom reject due to his tattered clothes and lack of the latest toys. Dicky's classmates all play with the coolest and most expensive gadgets that money can buy, so how is a kid who gets his toys from the local junkyard ever supposed to fit in? One day, while scrounging through the trash heap in search of a new toy, Ti discovers a mysterious orb and brings it straight back to Dicky. Though at first the "CJ7" appears to be little more than an unidentifiable oddity, it proves to be much, much more once the young boy starts to play with it. This isn't your average action figure, but a living "pet" with extraordinary powers. Realizing that his new toy may be just the thing to help him fit in with his demanding classmates, Dicky brings the CJ7 to school with him in order to show it off and have some fun. But the CJ7 has its own ideas about how to have fun, and it isn't long before the situation at school gets hopelessly out of hand.

Product Details

Release Date:
08/12/2008
UPC:
0043396268777
Original Release:
2008
Rating:
PG
Source:
Sony Pictures
Region Code:
ABC
Presentation:
[Wide Screen, Color]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time:
1:28:00

Special Features

"The Story of CJ7"; "How to Bully a Bully"; "How to Make a Lollipop"; CJ7: Mission Control Game; Cast & crew commentary including Stephen Chow

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Stephen Chow Ti Chow
Xu Jiao Dicky Chow
Kitty Zhang Yuqi Miss Yuen
Lee Sheung-Ching Mr. Cao
Fun Min-Hun P.E. Teacher
Huang Lee Johnny
Yao Wenxue Storm Dragon
Han Yong-Wua Maggie
Lam Tze Chung Boss
Hu Qianlin Fann A

Technical Credits
Stephen Chow Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Sandy Cheong Screenwriter
Fung Chih Chiang Screenwriter
Ku Huen Chiu Choreography
Lam Fung Screenwriter
Poon Hang-sang Cinematographer
Tsang Ken-cheong Screenwriter
Shaw Lai King Screenwriter
Sandy Shaw Lai King Screenwriter
Vincent Kok Co-producer,Screenwriter
Angie Lam Editor
Dora Ng Costumes/Costume Designer
Chui Po-chu Producer
Han Sanping Producer
Sandy Shaw Screenwriter
Yuen Shun-Yi Choreography
Oliver Wong Production Designer
Connie Wong Co-producer
Raymond Wong Score Composer
Hou Xiaohui Sound/Sound Designer

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CJ7 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
RobbieBobby44 More than 1 year ago
Mr. Chow does it all again, writing, directing and starring in another zany comedy sparked by madcap energy. Although the kid who plays his son is a girl, everyone did a fine job with their roles. But the real star is of course CJ7, a self-aware, and totally selfless, alien pet/toy. At first it seems 100% organic, and though we eventually find out it has mechanical parts (due to a hilarious overload of facial expressions), it's every bit as loyal and lovable as the family dog. An awesome show for kids and adults alike, as it emphasizes the value of education, character, integrity and perseverance. Cinematic gold.
lilmalmal More than 1 year ago
enjoyed
wishing_well More than 1 year ago
Overall a good movie, but there were some parts I would have liked to fast forward through. Some stupid gross humor. It is a foreign film that shows how people in other countries have different ways of living. This was a good thing to see. The overall message of the movie was good. Even though I enjoyed most of the movie, I'm just not sure I want my kids watching it again. FYI It does show some spanking.
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