GenreAction, Drama ProducerCheang Pou-soi CountryHong Kong
Release date2 April 2015 (2015-04-02) (Hong Kong)
3 April 2015 (2015-04-03) (China) WriterHo Leung Lau (screenplay) CastFrancis Ng, Simon Yam, Leo Ku, Patrick Tam, Mark Cheng Ho-Nam, Christie Chen Similar moviesFlashfire, Mad Max: Fury Road, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, Let's Be Cops, Brooklyn's Finest, Gone Baby Gone
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Two Thumbs Up is a 2015 Hong Kong-Chinese action comedy film directed by first-time director Lau Ho-leung and starring Francis Ng, Simon Yam, Leo Ku, Patrick Tam, Mark Cheng, Christie Chen and Philip Keung.
On 5 April 2014, Twitch released a plot synopsis of the film:
Francis Ng as Lucifer (盧西發)
Simon Yam as Chow Tai-po (周大寶)
Leo Ku as Officer Tsui On-leung (徐安良)
Patrick Tam as Johnny To (杜忡尼)
Mark Cheng as Lam Tung (林東)
Christie Chen as Robber Girl
Philip Keung as Chief of Robbers
Rock Ji as Robber A
Jie Zhuang as Ice Cream Lady
Jamie Cheung as Tsang Ching-yee (曾靜儀)
Siu Yam-yam as Wild Boar Aunt (野豬婆婆)
Jack Kao as Warden
Law Wing-cheung as Bowling Alley's Owner
Alan Mak as Tsui Po-on (徐步安)
Felix Chong as Inspector of Police
Mark Wu as Cup Noodle Father
Dayo Wong as Cheung Po-keung (張寶強) (scenes removed from final cut)
Principal photography for Two Thumbs Up started on 15 January 2014 where a blessing ceremony was held in which the cast and crew attended.
On 24 March 2014, a press conference for Two Thumbs Up was held at the 38th Hong Kong International Film Festival where its teaser trailer was unveiled. The film premiered at the 39th Hong Kong International Film Festival which ran from 23 March to 6 April 2015 was theatrically released in Hong Kong on 2 April 2015.
The film opened third place at its debut and during the first six days of release in Hong Kong, Two Thumbs Up grossed HK$5.90 million. The film grossed HK$4.01 million between 9-12 April. After two weekends, the film have grossed a total of HK$8.91 million. During its third weekend, the film remained at third place and has made a total of HK$11.5 million to date. The film had earned CN¥20.84 million at the Chinese box office.