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A Crazy Little Thing Called Love (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Malaysia Version) DVD Region 3

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First love is a crazy thing in the hit Thai coming-of-age romance A Crazy Little Thing Called Love. Breakthrough actress Pimchanok Lerwisetpibol wins hearts as Plain Jane schoolgirl Nam, who has a massive crush on the most popular guy in the school, fittingly played by heartthrob Mario Maurer. Just one look from Chon sends her heart aflutter, but she knows he's way out of her league. With the help of her friends, Nam tries her hardest to change herself, one small thing at a time, in order to catch his eyes. As the school terms pass, she transforms from a 14-year-old wallflower into a beautiful young woman who attracts just as much attention as Chon - but that doesn't mean love comes any easier.

Promotion taglines claim that 89% of people who watch this movie have had similar experiences as the protagonists. Whether that's true or not, A Crazy Little Thing Called Love certainly does a convincing and entertaining job at capturing the sights, sounds, and feelings of youth. Following the characters from early teens to early twenties, the film is lively, comedic, and heartfelt in conveying the bittersweet turns of puppy love and growing up.

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Product Title: A Crazy Little Thing Called Love (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Malaysia Version) 初戀那件小事 (DVD) (馬來西亞版) 初恋那件小事 (DVD) (马来西亚版) A Crazy Little Thing Called Love (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Malaysia Version) A Crazy Little Thing Called Love (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Malaysia Version)
Also known as: A Little Thing Called Love / First Love A Little Thing Called Love / First Love A Little Thing Called Love / First Love A Little Thing Called Love / First Love A Little Thing Called Love / First Love
Artist Name(s): Mario Maurer | Baifern Pimchanok Luevisadpaibul | Tukkie Sudarat Butrprom 馬力歐慕瑞 | 平采娜•樂維瑟派布恩 | Tukkie Sudarat Butrprom 马力欧慕瑞 | 平采娜.乐维瑟派布恩 | Tukkie Sudarat Butrprom Mario Maurer | Baifern Pimchanok Luevisadpaibul | スダーラット・ブットプロム Mario Maurer | Baifern Pimchanok Luevisadpaibul | Tukkie Sudarat Butrprom
Director: Puttipong Promsaka Na Sakolnakorn | Wasin Pokpong 普提彭•坡倫姆薩卡•納•薩功那空 | 瓦辛•博彭 普提彭.坡伦姆萨卡.纳.萨功那空 | 瓦辛.博彭 Puttipong Promsaka Na Sakolnakorn | Wasin Pokpong Puttipong Promsaka Na Sakolnakorn | Wasin Pokpong
Release Date: 2012-03-30
Language: Thai
Subtitles: English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Malay
Country of Origin: Thailand
Picture Format: NTSC What is it?
Disc Format(s): DVD
Region Code: 3 - South East Asia (including Hong Kong, S. Korea and Taiwan) What is it?
Package Weight: 120 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1030745103

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Director : Puttipong Promsaka

Nam (Pimchanok Luewisetpiboon) a 14 year old high school freshman, a sort of mediocre looking girl has a funny tightly feeling for Shone (Mario Maurer) a nice senior heartthrob. As she meets the boy of her dream, the power of love transformed this mediocre looking girl to do everything to transform herself into a blossoming school beauty and she has a small hope that he will notice her one day. So how will Nam’s love story unfold? Will Shone finally notice her? Eventually, will hope and love become a reality? Only time will tell?
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June 27, 2011

This professional review refers to A Crazy Little Thing Called Love (DVD) (2-Disc Special Package Edition) (Thailand Version)
First love gets another cinematic spin with A Crazy Little Thing Called Love, a 2010 teen romance featuring popular Thai heartthrob Mario Maurer (Love of Siam). Pimchanok Luewisetpaiboon stars as Nam, a plain high schooler in love with handsome upperclassman Shone (Maurer). Shone seems far out of reach for Nam, but instead of giving up she uses her ardent crush to improve herself, hoping that one day Shone will notice her. He eventually does, as Nam blossoms from awkward duckling to graceful swan, but their precious, fleeting high school years bring more than just a change in Nam's looks. Things change, people change, interest rates fluctuate - the whole shebang occurs. By the time Shone graduates, will he see how much Nam loves him? Or will he choose one of the 30 other girls pining for his super desirable self?

A Crazy Little Thing Called Love belongs to a standard genre and appeals to an obvious demographic, but we shouldn't hold those things against it. Directors Puttipong Promsakha Na Sakonnakorn and Wasin Pokpong never lay the familiarity on too thick, opting for pleasant sentimentality over sappy melodrama. The film opens with a peek at the future plus a voiceover indicating that things didn't turn out so well for our star-crossed couple. That's fine, as first love tales are frequently satisfying because they don't offer the mega-mega happy ending. We've all experienced this painful part of growing up, so it's acceptable when first love romances play the unhappy ending card. When viewed through the forgiving rose-colored lenses of nostalgia, the film's cheesy interludes, familiar character bits and overused plot devices work. Clichés come from somewhere and there's a right time to use them. This is that time.

Helping matters are the lead actors. As Nam, Pimchanok Luewisetpaiboon is fresh-faced and believable as both a plain Jane and a suddenly popular sweetheart. Her transformation is a little too extreme - Nam seemingly gets her skin whitened several shades in only a few short days - but the film's relaxed, languid way with time passage kind of excuses that. Super credit goes to Mario Maurer, who's so dreamy, handsome and charismatic as Shone that it shames lesser beings. Maurer never overplays his hand as Shone, such that the character's revelations are affecting and even beguiling - though really, Shone is probably too perfect to ever be considered realistic. Still, this is light, fluffy and innocent stuff, so unrealistically perfect characters are easy to forgive. It's all part of the genre, so either get with it or go watch a Larry Clark film.

Unfortunately, nostalgia and genre aren't an excuse for everything. In a slight surprise, [POSSIBLE SPOILER ALERT] the filmmakers definitively reveal the even-further-into-the-future destiny of their characters, leaving absolutely nothing to doubt, chance or the audience's imagination. It's a move that may satisfy a certain type of audience that needs a resolution, but it also negates the emotions that make bittersweet first love romances successful. This is a small but crucial misstep in a film that largely gets a pass on its commercial concessions - of which there are quite a few, from obnoxious comedy relief to maudlin sentimentality to gross product placement (apparently, Nam and Shone's school is owned by Pepsi). Still, if the measure of a film is how much it does right versus what it does wrong, then A Crazy Little Thing Called Love gets an automatic and welcome pass.

by Kozo - LoveHKFilm.com

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Average Customer Rating for this Edition: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10 (1)
Average Customer Rating for All Editions of this Product: Customer Review Rated Bad 7 - 7 out of 10 (4)

numinair
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January 8, 2014

1 people found this review helpful

Nam’s first love and some hot and cold fever Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
Even if well up the ladder from teen angst, puppy love and silly romance movies, you’re not going to fall into brimstone and fire just by merely enjoying a bit of innocent fun for a change. And ‘ACLTCL’ really is another good coming of age rom-com. Main female protagonist Nam (Pimchanok Luewisetpiboon) gives a nice tomboyish transition from a 14 year old ‘ordinary’ girl to full blown pretty miss, persisting with her clan of school chums to grab the dashing attention of football loving Shone (Mario Maurer), a senior school heartthrob who Nam truly adores. With ideas of trigging attraction, Nam’s school friends, via a book of nine ‘magic’ recipes of love, give Nam perfect opportunities; so Nam alters her looks, plays lead in a school theatre production of ‘Snow White’ and even throws a drum baton in the air for her school parade - actually encouraged by her carry on teacher type Inn (Sudarat Budtporm). But all these cunning plans never seem to quite bring Shone’s shining charismatic attention towards Nam. His he really ever going to go out with her? But even though Nam becomes crestfallen on many occasion, Shone is ever courteous to Nam and always seems to be around when Nam tries her wooing thang – like Shone taking photographs and helping to paint the stage set for the Snow White school play. But Shone is also wooed by the eye lash fluttering attentions of girl rival Faye, who loves to use a repetitive sprained ankle ruse to get a back seat huggy bike ride home from school on Shone’s bike. Faye also gets into a fight with Nam and her friends of such love attention rivalry. But when Shone’s best mate Top becomes besotted with Nam when he watches Nam in her Snow White school production, Top tells Shone he would love to have a gf like Nam. Shone then introduces Top to Nam who Nam first believes with misty eyes that her moment of truth has come, as Shone approaches Nam as if to ask her for a date. But its Top who then steps in with flowers, leaving Nam in quite a quandary of what to do.

Like ‘My Sassy Girl’ of S Korea this is apparently based on a true story and generally when this happens a film can work well. Pimchanok comes across well of how Nam blossoms from dorky beginnings to grab your attention prettiness. Pimchanok although quite different did a bit remind me of a tomboy teenage version of Jody Foster. Although no masterpiece of youth cinema it ain't bad and as a bit of magic fairy dust about it. The feel good factor is poignant no doubt.
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February 7, 2012

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hoping to reprint !!!! Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
Does anyone know what websites do available for this particular product?

I really need it urgently ~!!!!

does it will be reprint or something ???

someone please reply me !!!!


thanks.
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June 9, 2011

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i love this movie! Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
i'm from Indonesia. i really need the english subs or even Indonesia subs. i really love this movie because this movie is so natural and simple but has an own impression.
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April 6, 2011

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I totally love this movie Customer Review Rated Bad 0 - 0 out of 10
pleaseee.. can you sell one with english subs??..
I love this movie
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