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Perfect Wedding (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) VCD

Miriam Yeung (Actor) | Raymond Lam (Actor) | Teresa Mo (Actor) | Eric Kot (Actor)
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Director Barbara Wong and writer/producer Lawrence Cheng - the team behind the surprise hit Break Up Club - have come up with another hit film that explores the love attitude of young people in contemporary Hong Kong, albeit of a slightly older demographic this time. Headlined by Canto-pop diva Miriam Yeung as a successful wedding planner who is ironically disillusioned with the thing called love, the winning romantic comedy co-stars two rising stars and media darlings: actor/singer Raymond Lam and model/actress Chrissie Chau. The latest co-production by Shaw Brothers and TVB also features a myriad of familiar faces in the cast, including Teresa Mo, Eric Kot, Kate Tsui, Bernice Liu, Pierre Ngo, Oceane Zhu, Richard Ng, Mak Ling Ling, and numerous star cameos.

While Lok Yan (Miriam Yeung) may be the most in-demand wedding planner in town, her love life is unfortunately nowhere as hot. After a one-night stand with young lawyer Fung (Raymond Lam), she thought they would never meet again, but fate obviously has other plans. Their paths cross again when Fung is assigned to work for Yan at her bridal consultation company. Their professional partnership sparks off a romantic relation, but Yan has trouble coming to terms with having a boyfriend who is five years younger and her subordinate. Meanwhile, Yan's former fiancé Joe (Eric Kot), who dumped her at the altar three years ago, comes back and proposes to her again. Frustrated by Yan's indecision in love, Fung begins dating his colleague Flora (Chrissie Chau)...

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Product Title: Perfect Wedding (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) 抱抱俏佳人 (VCD) (香港版) 抱抱俏佳人 (VCD) (香港版) 抱抱俏佳人 (VCD) (香港版) Perfect Wedding (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
Artist Name(s): Miriam Yeung (Actor) | Raymond Lam (Actor) | Teresa Mo (Actor) | Eric Kot (Actor) | Bernice Liu (Actor) | Kate Tsui (Actor) | Chrissie Chau (Actor) | Pierre Ngo (Actor) | Tats Lau (Actor) | Richard Ng (Actor) | Pak Wan Kam (Actor) | Mak Ling Ling (Actor) | Ken Hung (Actor) | Kathy Yuen (Tong Yee) (Actor) | Oceane Zhu (Actor) | Weng Jia Ni (Actor) | Ankie Beilke (Actor) 楊千嬅 (Actor) | 林峯 (Actor) | 毛舜筠 (Actor) | 葛民輝 (Actor) | 廖 碧兒 (Actor) | 徐子珊 (Actor) | 周秀娜 (Actor) | 敖 嘉年 (Actor) | 劉以達 (Actor) | 吳耀漢 (Actor) | 白韻琴 (Actor) | 麥玲玲 (Actor) | 洪卓立 (Actor) | 湯怡 (Actor) | 朱 璇 (Actor) | 翁 佳妮 (Actor) | 貝 安琪 (Actor) 杨千嬅 (Actor) | 林峯 (Actor) | 毛舜筠 (Actor) | 葛民辉 (Actor) | 廖 碧儿 (Actor) | 徐子珊 (Actor) | 周秀娜 (Actor) | 敖 嘉年 (Actor) | 刘以达 (Actor) | 吴耀汉 (Actor) | 白韵琴 (Actor) | 麦玲玲 (Actor) | 洪卓立 (Actor) | 汤怡 (Actor) | 朱 璇 (Actor) | 翁 佳妮 (Actor) | 贝 安琪 (Actor) 楊千嬅 (ミリアム・ヨン) (Actor) | 林峯(レイモンド・ラム) (Actor) | 毛舜筠 (テレサ・モウ) (Actor) | 葛民輝(エリック・コット) (Actor) | 廖碧兒 (バーニス・リウ) (Actor) | 徐子珊(ケイト・チョイ) (Actor) | 周秀娜 (クリッシー・チャウ) (Actor) | Pierre Ngo (Actor) | 劉以達(タッツ・ラウ) (Actor) | 呉耀漢(リチャード・ン) (Actor) | Pak Wan Kam (Actor) | 麥玲玲(マック・リンリン) (Actor) | 洪卓立(ケン・ホン) (Actor) | 湯怡 (キャシー・トン) (Actor) | Oceane Zhu (Actor) | Weng Jia Ni (Actor) | Ankie Beilke (Actor) Miriam Yeung (Actor) | Raymond Lam (Actor) | Teresa Mo (Actor) | Eric Kot (Actor) | Bernice Liu (Actor) | Kate Tsui (Actor) | Chrissie Chau (Actor) | Pierre Ngo (Actor) | Tats Lau (Actor) | Richard Ng (Actor) | Pak Wan Kam (Actor) | Mak Ling Ling (Actor) | Ken Hung (Actor) | Kathy Yuen (Tong Yee) (Actor) | Oceane Zhu (Actor) | Weng Jia Ni (Actor) | Ankie Beilke (Actor)
Director: Barbara Wong 黃真真 黄真真 黄真真(バーバラ・ウォン) Barbara Wong
Producer: Lawrence Cheng 鄭丹瑞 郑丹瑞 鄭丹瑞(チェン・ダンソイ) Lawrence Cheng
Release Date: 2010-12-23
Language: Cantonese, Mandarin
Subtitles: English, Traditional Chinese
Country of Origin: Hong Kong
Disc Format(s): VCD
Rating: IIA
Duration: 100 (mins)
Publisher: Vicol Entertainment Ltd. (HK)
Other Information: 2VCDs
Package Weight: 120 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1023752520

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Director: Wong Chun Chun

One night, wedding planner - Yan (Miriam Yeung) meet a young attorney, Fun (Raymond Lam) and had a one-night stand. Later, Fung did accidentally join to Yan's wedding planning company.

In a special wedding, regardless of Yan against Fung, the rigid procedures of the wedding ceremony turned into a warm, touching the carnival. Customers in more than touched, the two are deeply moved a step closer so emotional. However, the emotional harm suffered psychological Yan still cannot break the shackles of courage in the face of her girlfriends (Teresa Mo, Bernice Liu, Kate Tsui and Oceane Zhu) Fung's hand holding a bold recognition of this relationship. At this time, her fiance - Kelvin (Eric Kot) was again disrupted Yan's emotional world. Who is her true Love....?
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Professional Review of "Perfect Wedding (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)"

January 27, 2011

This professional review refers to Perfect Wedding (DVD) (US Version)
Director Barbara Wong gets some cred back with Perfect Wedding, a completely obvious product from those masters of populist entertainment TVB. The television monopoly produces this commercial film that’s really only a shade above average, and yet qualifies as a success thanks to its undemanding genre and lack of pretension. Prior to Perfect Wedding, pretension or the assumption of greater meaning was really one of Barbara Wong’s biggest problems. Has she gratefully changed her ways? Who really knows? At least the movie is entertaining and innocuous. That is, if you can ignore its bewildering admiration for Da Vinci Code author Dan Brown. Yes, you read that correctly.

Miriam Yeung stars as Yan, who engages in a torrid one night stand with the dashing Fung (Raymond Lam) after spying him reading The Lost Symbol. They express their gushing and frankly misplaced admiration for author Dan Brown before getting it on but the next morning they cross paths anyway. She's a wedding planner and he’s a civil celebrant - the guy who oversees the nuptials - and he somehow gets assigned to her latest opulent gig. Before long, he’s stuck in her office where he has to fulfill 30 ceremonies before finally working for some other wedding planner. Naturally, sparks fly between the two but Yan is far too cynical about love to really give in to the younger man’s charms. Can Fung sway Yan or will he turn his attention to buxom Flora (Chrissie Chau) instead?

Due to the genre, plot surprises are not on offer. This is a formulaic romcom with a familiar script, canned platitudes and an abundance of brand name product placement. However, Barbara Wong manages to develop her characters onscreen and not just through dialogue, making for some good interplay between her lead characters. Wong has some fine stars to help her; it's not her finest hour, but Miriam Yeung has personality to spare, and Raymond Lam pours on the studly, sensitive charm as the too-nice dude who wants to publicly announce his relationship with his boss, instead of simply pretending its not going on. In an amusing change-up, Yeung plays the cynical, domineering partner while Lam is the submissive, sensitive lover who's looking for affirmation. It's a dynamic that may turn off the guys who cheer at The Expendables, but romcom fans? They'll eat it up. It helps that Raymond Lam's fans are mostly female.

The negatives? How about trying to make us believe that Raymond Lam would be threatened by Eric Kot? The former Feel 100% partner of Ekin Cheng shows up as a photographer who jilted Yan at the altar, and the film actually tries to sell the idea that a squeaky-voiced bohemian would stand a chance against a guy who looks like Raymond Lam. In another likely selling point for the target audience, Fung is essentially presented as the greatest guy ever. He's handsome, sensitive, playful and romantic, and he won't even be tempted by the willing Flora, who shoves her bra-clad goodies in his face in an attempted seduction scene. Then again, Chrissie Chau displays little acting range or character, so anyone who actually cares for personality - which Fung is supposed to - would clearly choose Yan over the well-endowed Flora. At least, that's what Perfect Wedding supposes.

Other things supposed by this middle-upper-class urban fantasy: that Yan's gal pals - played by Teresa Mo, Kate Tsui, Bernice Liu and Oceane Zhu in a thinly-veiled Sex and the City homage - aren't insufferable. The actresses overact egregiously but thankfully receive little focus besides your standard Greek chorus duty. In fact, few characters get much focus outside of Yan and Fung. Outside of some minor wedding subplots, the film manages to stick to its one major storyline, concentrating on only two characters instead of dividing focus among the entire peanut gallery. Lawrence Cheng's story deserves some credit – it doesn't try to do too much with its abundance of stars (or the large library of actors that comes with its TVB backing) resulting in something that's remarkably consistent if not ground-breakingly enjoyable.

Pretty much all of Barbara Wong's films prior to Perfect Wedding were comedy-dramas, and while Wong handled the comedy decently in those films, the drama would usually become mired in overdone self-importance. Perfect Wedding is a romantic comedy, meaning attempted laughs and only a perfunctory hint of drama. That gives Wong fewer chances of slipping up, and she capitalizes, delivering her most agreeable movie since likely her debut. Perfect Wedding is unimpressive fluff but it does its duty smoothly without calling attention to itself - which is something that most Hong Kong filmmakers should learn how to do. But seriously - Dan Brown? Do people really meet in bars and hop in the sack because of a shared admiration of Dan Brown? To some people, somewhere, this must qualify as a sign of the Apocalypse.

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