McDull (centre) attempts to save the planet from a monster from outer space in McDull – Rise of the Rice Cooker (category I: Cantonese), voiced by Anthony Wong Chau-sang, Sandra Ng Kwan-yu and directed by Brian Tse Lap-man.
McDull (centre) attempts to save the planet from a monster from outer space in McDull – Rise of the Rice Cooker (category I: Cantonese), voiced by Anthony Wong Chau-sang, Sandra Ng Kwan-yu and directed by Brian Tse Lap-man.

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Film review: McDull – Rise of the Rice Cooker is a monster parody no one asked for

Like a skit that outlasts its welcome, the seventh film featuring Hong Kong’s favourite cartoon piglet substitutes crude titillation for meaningful observations about city life

McDull (centre) attempts to save the planet from a monster from outer space in McDull – Rise of the Rice Cooker (category I: Cantonese), voiced by Anthony Wong Chau-sang, Sandra Ng Kwan-yu and directed by Brian Tse Lap-man.
McDull (centre) attempts to save the planet from a monster from outer space in McDull – Rise of the Rice Cooker (category I: Cantonese), voiced by Anthony Wong Chau-sang, Sandra Ng Kwan-yu and directed by Brian Tse Lap-man.
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