Vulgaria Synopsis
A film producer (Chapman To) goes to extremes to get his movie financed.
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Los Angeles Times

Even amid the naughty flourishes, with Vulgaria, Pang again shows himself to be a wise, playful chronicler of modern life.
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By Mark Jenkins
Reportedly, the movie's humor relies heavily on Cantonese slang and profanity, which will be lost on most American viewers. But Quin's...
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Washington Post

By Michael O'Sullivan
The movie Vulgaria is not one for the kiddies. Then again, the description "for mature audiences" doesn't seem right either. The Hong Kong...
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Slant Magazine

By Chuck Bowen
Pang Ho-cheung can't help but humanize Vulgaria's characters, which is a kiss of death for what's meant to be a farce of escalating...
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Village Voice

The broadness of the film's comedy might be largely attributable to the conventions of Hong Kong cinema, but to American audiences, the...
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The New York Times

By Jeannette Catsoulis
The film's kinky energy eventually wanes, the pileup of profanities losing its initial zing.
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By mmzoom
It lived up to it's Chinese title A Vulgar Comedy. There are a lot, i do mean alot of Chinese swearing words in this movie that are so part of the Chinese culture and they are very funny This movie...

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Rated NR