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Gon chaai lit feng (Dry Wood, Fierce Fire) Reviews

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October 30, 2010
With a catalogue as notoriously uneven as Wilson Yip's, the high points become perhaps unreasonably cherished. Dry Wood, Fierce Fire is a decidedly unassuming and typical romantic comedy, but compared to the painfully miserable lesser works of Yip's, it somehow demands appreciation. This office romance clone comes pretty much prefabricated, which leaves no room for engaging story and character development, but there's hardly no need for it as long as you have a great matching couple as leads. Louis Koo and romcom-queen Miriam Yeung definitely bring the goods here, both excelling in goofiness and going about their business in a very lightly manner, as of course they should.
½ February 3, 2009
Although somewhat cheesy at times, it was entertaining. Miriam plays, yet again, a youthful and hyper-spirited woman... surprising only one or two miriam songs played here.
½ December 12, 2008
Following Sammi Cheng's steps, Miriam Yeung inherited also this kind off romantic comedy from Cheng.
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