TV-14 | | Action, Comedy
5 HK cops (4 horny males) on vacation in Pattaya, Thailand, are told to contact an informant there but he gets murdered. They return to Hong Kong to contact his girlfriend and protect her. 3 other colleagues are busy fighting criminals.
Despite this film being released nearly a year prior, this film uses a music cue originally composed for No Retreat No Surrender. At the end of the finale when Yuen Biao manages to stop Chung Fat's escape via elevator, a fast paced music cue kicks in. This is the same cue as the one at the end of the fight between Jean Claude Van Damme and Kurt McKinney in the original Seasonal Films export cut of No Retreat No Surrender. While that cut of NRNS does borrow some music from Hong Kong films (such as Project A), this specific music cue in question was confirmed to originally be composed by Frank Harris in 1985. It's most likely that, since frequent Sammo Hung collaborator Corey Yuen was in post production on NRNS at the time, Sammo may have seen Yuen's early cut of the film with this first music score and asked to use this cue. By the time NRNS received its American release in 1986, Harris' original music score was replaced for New World Pictures by Paul Gilreath, thus making the Harris cue seem like an original piece for Twinkle Twinkle Lucky Stars.
When Muscles drives away in a car, the whole filming crew is visible in the cars backdoor window.
Cantonese, English, Japanese