Fun sau suet oi nei (2010)

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Fun sau suet oi nei: Directed by Barbara Wong Chun-Chun. With Jaycee Chan, Fiona Sit, Hiro Hayama, Kong Kam. Have you just been dumped? What if there was a website that could get your loved one back? There is ! It is called All you have to do is break up another couple that are happily in love. Just fill in their names and voila! Would you do it? Our hero Joe is at the computer, about to press ENTER…

“With this being a movie from the Hong Kong cinema, of course my interest was more than peaked. So when I had the chance to sit down and watch u0026quot;Break Up Clubu0026quot; (aka u0026quot;Fun sau suet oi neiu0026quot;) then I jumped at the chance.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eRight, well I must blatantly admit that this was a boring movie. But of course, it would be weird if every single Hong Kong produced movie was a stroke of genius in entertainment.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eu0026quot;Break Up Clubu0026quot; was cumbered by an incredibly slow paced story, that didnu0026#39;t really have much contents to offer. The script seems too shallow and erratic, almost as if it was made up on the fly.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe entire movie was basically filmed with a handheld camera, which means the picture was all over the place. And that kind of movie-making just infuriates me, because I donu0026#39;t want to pay money to watch something that is shot in a way that I could do myself. I pay for a movie of proper production value. And that handheld camera style is just downright really annoying.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eu0026quot;Break Up Clubu0026quot; is not a movie that warrants more than just a single viewing, because it has so very little to offer.”


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