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This movie is mildly amusing for the first half. Then it slows down tremendously in the last act or so, to the point where it just killed the movie for me. Not that it was bad or anything, it's merely ok. And it had some cute ideas here and there, but they never seemed to materialize into anything all that funny. Plus the character progression is pretty fucking bad here. They go from being dicks to each other to being semi-attracted to each other...and there's no real rhyme or reason for it. It just happens, so it's kind of hard to buy into it when you're not given any real reason why these two should be attracted to each other. There are a couple of scenes where something important happened and the next scene after that everything is fine and there's no mention of what happened. This is obvious in the hospital scene when she poisons the dude and they need a defibrillator to revive the fucker. The next scene is them talking on the phone...making plans, just like that. It always feels like the characters are in the same place they were before, nothing ever seems to change. The two lead are somewhat charming and their hostility is toward each other is the best part of the movie, but it doesn't make the movie better than it is. Again, it's just mildly amusing the lengths these people would go to to keep up this act. This is just your typical romantic comedy, content enough to tread water instead of innovating, but I've seen worse romantic comedies (IE: License to wed).
I really love this movie! It is great love trick movie... Son Ye-Jin and Song Il-Gook really great played as a bad couple... They really fit for each other... Great movie about seducing... Just love it!
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