This movie is composed of 3 different perspectives, 3 different stories. One is with Su Xiao Bei and Wu Tian Liang, the second one is with Si Song and Lily, and the third is centered on Xiao Bei and Si Song. In the first story, Su Xiao Bei talks about how she's searching for her destined love one and then she finds Wu Tian Liang, who seems to be the one.The second story revolves around Si Song and Lily's relationship, which is gradually falling apart due to Lily's dedication to her work.The final story... how would they come to meet and what would happen between Bella and Si Song(Source: Baidu) Edit Translation
\"Must Be... Love\" follows the love story of Patricia (Kathryn Bernardo), who is better known as \"Patchot or Patch\", and her childhood best friend, Ivan (Daniel Padilla). But what will Patchot do if she starts falling in love with her best friend And what if Ivan only sees her as a 'best friend' This problem will develop when another girl enters Ivan's life. Unfortunately for Patchot, it's her cousin Angel (Liza Soberano). Will Ivan fall in love with \"Patchot\" or will they remain as best friends forever
Seven new films from the Chinese mainland and Hong Kong will screen over the three-day event, which starts today. The festival is presented by the Chinese Movie Channel (CCTV6), the Chinese American Arts Council, the New York Chinese Film Festival Foundation and the Chinese movie download website www.m1905.com.
Sorry, I Love You traces the story of a man with six months to live. He decides to leave his home in Vancouver to return to China, where he was born and adopted, to look for his biological parents and twin sister, and in the process falls in love. Director Larry Yang, actor Wesley Wong and producer Hang Hon will be present for the screening
Lost for Words is a simple story about two strangers who fall in love after a chance encounter in a foreign land. The storyline is ordinary. But the setting is exotic. The aerial footage of Hong Kong is simply breath-taking.Sean Faris plays a damaged ex-Marine who seeks a fresh start in a new city. Grace Huang is an ambitious ballerina from Mainland China. They meet and the relationship builds, at a deliberately slow pace. By the time they fall hopelessly in love, we come to accept the pacing and tone of this movie. Joman Chiang who plays the rebellious best friend is the one to watch. Vivacious and luminous, she also provides some comic relief to this at times boring drama.The third act comes from nowhere and the film changes tone and not in a good way. However, there are enough good bits in the movie to make it enjoyable.
The reviewer Foldees is like a seer. I watched the movie almost six years later, but the way Foldees described the movie is how I would describe it too.The story is indeed ordinary...quite formulaic at that, but it was like a travelogue for me. I am quite familiar with Hong Kong. There was a time when I knew the place like it was the back of my hand, but LOST FOR WORDS let me see places I have never been to. I also appreciated Hong Kong more, and the movie is making me wish I were there right now.I just don't think I could lie down the floor of the cable car. Gosh. My imagination would go wild. What if it would crack and I would fall down Thankfully, Anna calmed Michael's nerves.I like the chemistry between GRACE HUANG and SEAN FERRIS. It was also such a delight to watch WILL YUN LEE. He is such a natural.The supporting characters were good too, especially JOMAN CHIANG who plays Mei Mei.Foldees, I am not trying to copy your review. It's just that I agree with you almost a 100%.It's not the best movie ever produced, but I had fun watching it. I also love their journey to Baoshan, Shanghai. I haven't been there, so it was great to learn about it, see the sights, et cetera, et cetera.Do I recommend this movieHmm, I like it a notch higher than Foldees, so I guess I could recommend it, but it's an acquired taste.For me, at the very least, the movie is worth one's time.I have been celebrating the Lunar New Year for years, but I still learned a lot from this film.There's also a thing about honour, and for me that's a good thing.:-)
K-dramas have a theme for about anything a viewer is looking for. There are suspense, dramas, thrillers, and highly popular love stories. Some may not want to admit it, but love stories involving falling in love with the boss are a guilty pleasure.
Strong Girl Bong-Soon is a highly popular K-drama and has a lot of scenes involving an employee falling in love with their boss. A young girl is born with unexplainable superhuman strength, and it's more of a family trait. This leads to an intriguing storyline.
As the new CEO of the company, he soon meets its head designer. A passionate and sweet young woman clashes heads with a cold and meticulous boss. Will they put their differences aside and complete their new game and maybe fall in love
They decide to reconnect but Hye-jin backs out seeing how much they've changed. Instead, he mistakes her best friend for her creating a fake love story. Sung-Joon then becomes her boss at her magazine company unaware of who she really is. Will Sung-Joon recognize his first love and fall head over heels Or will her co-worker woo her away
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