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Any Lau and Sammi Cheng's latest outing with Johnnie To is not as effective as the others. (Needing You, Love on a Diet) It starts out as a breezy comic caper story, but throws in a depressing last minute plot line which puts a downer on everything and changes the tones completely. It's not really recommended, check out the others mentioned in this review.
Another Sammi's romantic movie
PerchÃ¨ cosÃ¬ snobbato questo film? SarÃ anche un Milkyway minore, ma ha un suo perchÃ¨. Come commedia funziona benino, Ã¨ piacevole ed i personaggi si fanno apprezzare, ma il finale dolce-amaro fa compiere il salto di qualitÃ .
A mio avviso merita di essere visto, anche perchÃ¨ ha avuto la fortuna di essere stato distribuito in Italia...
Love this movie! Andy Lau & Sami Cheng have great chemistry. This movie reminds me of a cross between The Thomas Crown Affair and After the Sunset...same excitement and overall feeling.
unpredictably smart story, with a good sense of humor and very good cinematography. Andy and Sammy just matched perfectly.
What can I say, I loved this movie. You will have fun.
Third installment in Johnnie To's immensely successful, but artistically often questioned, Andy Lau/Sammi Cheng venture. Although routinely squeezed into a narrow romcom mould, each film is steeped in a separate mood. Where Needing You was adorably cute, Love On A Diet had a coarse and almost imbecile tone. In Yesterday Once More To opts for cool sophistication, finding an excellent opportunity to display his love for classy-looking Hollywood movies, the superstar powered romances of the fifties, a fancy later developed more fully by To in Sparrow. As a pair, Lau and Cheng possesses just the right amount of glamour for this project to take off, emitting rays of old-school charm and complaisance. The deliberately convoluted screenplay feels a bit overwritten, but the puzzle-like nature of the plot also proves very effective on an emotional level, with an, in genre terms, unpredictable and unorthodox ending. A bitterly sweet sensation.
Andy saved this movie again!
Sammi 's stupidity acting trying out for a thief this time!
Michelle Reis ' non sense acting was a joke being an assassin b4
but Sammi 's acting is worst!
So nice hubby, does it really exist in the real world??
Funny, romantic, beautiful, and bittersweet.