Posts Tagged ‘Romantic Comedy’

Fighting for Love (2001)

FightingForLove

Plot: Restaurant owner Veg Cheung (Tony Leung) finds himself one day delivering his mother and sister to the hospital, on his journy there his car is struck by a ill tempered driver, Deborah (Sammi Cheng). Deborah drives off leaving Cheung with a broken side-mirror, Cheung not letting this woman off easy he peruses her and finally catches up. Deborah puts up a strong front and refuses to pay to for the damage. Cheung returns the favour by kicking in her car door (busting a toe in the process), the police arrive and tell them both off. They exchange contact numbers and arrange a time and place to sort things out.

Meeting in a club the two enemies suddenly become friends after drinking vast amounts of alcohol, they then end up spending the night together. Cheung doesn’t want to start a relationship with Deborah since he’s already linked with TV Personality Micky (Niki Chow).

Deborah ends up having the week from hell when she looses her job and looses her fathers pet dog “Happy”, loosing her fathers only companion he boots her out. Deborah finds herself sleeping on hospital floors beside her sister. When at hospital she meets Cheung once again, after hearing about her situation Cheung offers her to come to his place for the time being… Read the rest of this entry »

Feel 100% (1996)

Jerry (Ekin Cheng), Cherrie (Sammi Cheng) and Hui-Lok (Eric Kot) are three high school buddys. After high school people go their own ways, yet a couple years later Cherrie is reunited with her buddies. Cherrie finds out that she has feelings for Jerry but it too shy to speak up because he’s currently smiting with Fong-Fong (Gigi Leung).

Hui-Lok doesn’t seem happy in his relationship Michelle Wong’s character ‘Man-Yi’ and he soon finds out he has a secret admiring telephoning him. Which leads him to some very bizarre tales when he meets her in person and ends up knocking boots with her in a cemetery whilst wrapped up in duck tape.

Then the usual things happen, Cherrie stops loving Jerry, Jerry stops loving Fong-Fong, the usual yad-yad when it comes to romantic flicks. Read the rest of this entry »

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