Wednesday, 12 November 2014

Don't Go Breaking My Heart 2 (单身男女2) - My Review From Premiere

Don't go breaking my heart 2 单身男女2Courtesy of, and Clover Films, managed to catch the second Chinese movie premiere in Singapore, Don't Go Breaking My Heart 2 (单身男女2). Directed by famous Hong Kong director, Johnnie To (杜琪峯) with promising casts like Louis Koo (古天樂), Miriam Yeung (楊千嬅), Gao Yuanyuan (高圓圓), Vic Chou (周渝民) and Daniel Wu (吳彥祖).
I didn't watch part one of the movie and hence not able to make any comparison. Having said that, this heart-warming, feel good movie still delivers in terms of providing right amount of laughters and plot development (revolve around the love-hate relationship among the 5 main casts).
It is far from epic but if you are looking for some old fashion Hong Kong romedy (romantic comedy) movie, can give it a try over the weekend and it is best to watch it with your loved one ;-)
My rating is 2.5 (out of 5 stars).   
Following are some media details of Don't Go Breaking My Heart 2 (单身男女2) :

The Sypnosis :

After the “Earthling” Cheung Shen Ren (Louis Koo) loses Cheng Zixin (Gao Yuanyuan) to the “Martian” Fang Qihong, he decides to keep it cool and reverts to singlehood graciously. Cheng and Fang, meanwhile, live happily ever after…… That seems to be the fairytale ending from DON’T GO BREAKING MY HEART. In reality, the story is far from over: the three finds themselves once again entangled in an even more complicated relationship in DON’T GO BREAKING MY HEART 2.

After jilted by Cheng, Cheung starts dating “Goddess of Stocks” Yang Yang Yang (Miriam Yeung), who works in an opposite building. Yang has been turning a blind eye to Cheung’s philandering until she meets Paul (Vic Chou), a romantic returnee from France whose devotion has melted her heart.

Afraid to lose his lover again, Cheung determines to settle down and marry Yang, but fate works in mysterious ways. It turns out that Cheng’s wedding with Fang (Daniel Wu) has been delayed and she is now directly working under Yang. A chance encounter with Cheng again makes Cheung question his decision, because even though he appears to have emerged unscathed from their previous relationship, he was profoundly hurt and still hasn’t fully recovered.

Paul is in love with Yang; Yang has accepted Cheung’s proposal; Cheung is unable to get Cheng off his mind; and Cheng is about to marry Fang. A quadrangular relationship among five people – who is really the love of their life?

The Trailers and featurette :

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