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But the makers of this chaotic Hong Kong Covid ensemble comedy seem to have regressed, because All U Need Is Love feels like it is straight out of the s. The juvenile slapstick scenarios, sexual innuendoes and cringey overacting are so dated, you may emerge from the cinema wondering if you are really living in When a fictional hotel is suspected of being the source of a coronavirus outbreak, its guests are forced to undergo a mandatory day quarantine. Isolated from the outside world, they begin to forge bonds amid their shared experience. Directed by Vincent Kok, All U Need Is Love is actually a benefit project for Hong Kong film industry workers affected by the pandemic, which explains the pointless walk-on cameos from Jackie Chan, Louis Koo, Francis Ng and more, on top of an already overstuffed cast. A few cheap laughs come courtesy of Julian Cheung and Louis Cheung's feuding triad leaders and Tony Leung Ka Fai and Eric Tsang's extramarital shenanigans, but they are lost in the fray of unbearable subplots like that of the squabbling couple Luk Wing and Cecilia So who are supposed to get married at the hotel.
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Rudy Baylor, the hero of "The Rainmaker,'' works the other end of the scale from the legal superpowers in most of John Grisham's stories. He's a poor kid who has scraped through law school by the skin of his teeth, is living in his car as the film begins and signs on with a firm where most of the work is done by a paralegal, and the boss wears the kinds of cuff links you can get rid of in a hurry at a pawn shop. Francis Ford Coppola , who wrote and directed the film, has made the most of Grisham's ground-level realism. This is not a film that loves the legal profession, and yet it loves some of those who labor in it--not only Baylor, played by Matt Damon with the earnestness of an Eagle Scout, but also Deck Shifflet Danny DeVito as the kind of courthouse handyman who has never passed the bar exam, perhaps because a license would slow him down.