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A good romantic comedy,though the ending leaves the audience quite clueless.
The performances by the leads,specially Daniel Wu & the beautiful Gao Yuanyuan lifts up the movie,though their characters are flat and implausible.Johnnie To,the master Hong Kong thriller maker surprises with this copy-book Rom-Com flick.Nonetheless it's a good way to spend 2 odd hours of your life- Cause sometimes Sugar-Rush is all you need to enjoy,specially during the ???????? ???? :D
The story was nice but it was a shallow love story especially with Louis Koo. And by the end of it she annoys me that she is just a money whore! Can't feel the love.
Cute, if only because Daniel Wu's character is so darn likeable. Any woman would be stupid to not fall in love and not fall for his character! Script is very rushed; could have been executed better with more flow between scenes. Worth watching if you're a Daniel Wu fan - he just makes any stereotypical movie character his own style.
Waist of someone's time but show the versatility of To. This is a weird comedy where patience is put to a test as the main character swings from a lover to another at least 4 times. Not a must see.
A love triangle that crossed years with some tensions. However why are the Asian movies always portraits the characters with immature emotional development which should have been resolved in their teen years and didn't until their late 20's or early 30's? This story would be appropriate as a teen/high school story as the female character "finds" herself in these relationships.
A silly girl's love story, missed connections, and love lost and found???
An enjoyable romantic comedy, though drags a bit in the 2nd half.
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I don't know, Will, not liking this one. Not super entertaining. But I can appreciate the message that she picked him with her mind, not her heart. It's pretty to look at though.
Moves at a pace that can only be described as Slow.