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All Editions Rating: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8.7 out of 10 (3)

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A secret workplace romance turns into a battle of the sexes and a wild goose chase for missing money in the hit Thai romantic comedy ATM produced by GTH. Popular actor Chantawit Thanasewee (Hello Stranger) pairs up with Preechaya "Ice" Pongthananikorn, in her film debut, for this energetic romcom from director Mez Tharatorn (The Little Comedian).

Colleagues are forbidden to date each other at the corporate office of a certain banking corporation, and power exec Jib (Preechaya Pongthananikoren) is quick to enforce the rules. There's one problem though: she herself is secretly dating her subordinate Suea (Chantawit Thanasevee), and the relationship has elevated to marital plans. One of them has to quit, but neither of them wants to. Meanwhile, in another part of town, a malfunctioning ATM dispensed double the cash to its users, and now it's up to Jib's department to recover the lost money. Jib and Suea decide that whoever finds the money, keeps their job!

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Product Title: ATM Er Rak Error (DVD) (Taiwan Version) ATM愛情大凸搥 (DVD) (台灣版) ATM爱情大凸搥 (DVD) (台湾版) ATM愛情大凸搥 (DVD) (台湾版) ATM Er Rak Error (DVD) (Taiwan Version)
Artist Name(s): Ter Chantawit Thanasewee | Ice Preechaya Pongthananikorn | Thawat Pornrattanaprasert | Chaleumpol Tikumpornteerawong | Supathat Opas 辰塔维・塔纳西维 | 波麗雀亞彭檀娜妮可 | Thawat Pornrattanaprasert | 查郎譜・狄錦邦提哇旺 | Supathat Opas 辰塔维・塔纳西维 | 波丽雀亚彭檀娜妮可 | Thawat Pornrattanaprasert | 查郎谱・狄锦邦提哇旺 | Supathat Opas Ter Chantawit Thanasewee | Ice Preechaya Pongthananikorn | Thawat Pornrattanaprasert | Chaleumpol Tikumpornteerawong | Supathat Opas Ter Chantawit Thanasewee | Ice Preechaya Pongthananikorn | Thawat Pornrattanaprasert | Chaleumpol Tikumpornteerawong | Supathat Opas
Director: Mez Tharatorn 梅茲塔拉 梅兹塔拉 Mez Tharatorn Mez Tharatorn
Release Date: 2012-09-07
Language: Thai
Subtitles: Traditional Chinese
Place of Origin: Thailand
Picture Format: NTSC What is it?
Aspect Ratio: 1.78 : 1
Sound Information: Dolby Digital 5.1
Disc Format(s): DVD, DVD-9
Region Code: 3 - South East Asia (including Hong Kong, S. Korea and Taiwan) What is it?
Duration: 117 (mins)
Publisher: Cai Chang International Multimedia Inc. (TW)
Package Weight: 120 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1031443226

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  ATM大當機 要修復的卻是你我的愛情!?
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Average Customer Rating for All Editions of this Product: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8.7 out of 10 (3)

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February 19, 2015

This customer review refers to ATM (2012) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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A workplace romcom that works! Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
"ATM", a polished workplace romantic comedy, amuses from start to finish. Lovely Jib (Preechaya Pongthananikoren) is the ambitious vice-director of a large bank's ATM department. Among her duties is enforcing the company's policy prohibiting office romances. But, as she doles out punishment for violations of the policy, Jib hides a big secret -- she herself is involved in a red-hot love affair with her hunky subordinate Suea (Chantawit Thanasevee).

Another of Jib's duties is overseeing a software upgrade for the bank's ATMs. The upgrade, alas, goes awry and one teller machine dispenses double the appropriate amount of cash. Once the problem is detected, Jib's boss demands that she determine who extracted the extra cash and retrieve it from the undeserving recipients. Suea, seeking to impress Jib with his gallant behavior, volunteers for the job. However, once he undertakes the task, he finds that he has bitten off much more than he can chew.

From this premise, director Mez Tharatorn concocts a screwball comedy that engages a host of delightful characters in zany schemes either to fetch or retain the loot. "ATM" benefits from endlessly inventive cinematography, editing, and direction, while its script creates madcap chaos that manages to be both hilarious and (mostly) believable. Thanasewee and Pongthananikorn share a spicy comic chemistry which I hope is reprised in some future film. Very highly recommended.
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January 2, 2014

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Love and Lost Money..can be Funny (A) Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
After a seriously ‘important’ company meeting, two bank workers are marshalled into bank executive Jib’s office, where she reprimands the employees for breaking the golden rule - that workers shouldn’t have office affairs in or out of work hours and get emotionally involved with each other. But although the two bank workers are given slapped wrists for their ‘disobedience’ of getting physical after hours (especially proven by ice woman Jib’s laptop social network evidence of the two close encountering some shared tongues together and even, well something quite pixelated on Jib’s laptop screen actually), the irony of it all is Jib herself as secretly dated her co-worker subordinate Sua for 5 years. Sua and Jib plan to get married, but when one of the banks ATM systems faults and gives out double amounts of cash to withdrawing customers, Jib has to put her frustrated love life (and possible marriage) on hold to retrieve the missing $130,000 baht from a large number of clients, or Jib’s bank boss will put a stopper on her yearly bonus. The ATM machine fault is due to two technicians unable to read the machine’s Japanese instruction manual, so the comedy duo technicians press a button and hope for best. But the best is ‘free’ withdrawn cash for bank customers most of them being footy fans at a local football match where there the ATM machine’s software is in error.

But Jib discovers such a massive list of bank customers who’ve taken double helpings of naughty cash from the faulty ATM, that Jib proposes her subordinate/fiancé Sua to retain the money for her. Sua agrees their secret love affair isn’t good for their careers albeit they want to get married, so Sua makes a bet with Jib that whoever out of the two cannot retrieve the most ATM money, should retire from the bank. Then maybe they could get married. But that’s not all of Jibs problems, she also gets unwanted pest attention from Yo, a new male fancy pants in the bank’s office who’s also the son of Jib’s bank chief and thinks nothing of breaking Jib’s no fraternising rule. Looking like a male new romantic pop star (and a bit like Eason Chen), Yo makes it known that he wants to woo the heart of Jib pronto, serenading her with a song of love as Jib embarrassingly enters her office one morning. As Yo is the son of her employer it make it rather difficult for Jib to scare Yo off - but scare Yo she does, with an out of character tactic that's probably one of the best moments in the film.
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January 2, 2014

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Love and Lost Money..can be Funny (B) Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
But Jib and Sua are the main contenders here, both blood group A types who have many an emotional clash and madcap moment. Both wish to get married to each other, both are big achievers and both need to get the blasted ATM ‘stolen’ money back or else. Most of the ATM’s extra ‘escaped funds’ though ‘inadvertently’ land in the hands of a selection of very funny supporting cast roles, whose characters use the stolen ATM money for things like a young dude’s new cool bike so woo his cute girlfriend, and his mate who uses his extra ATM money to get himself a nice gold tooth to fill his front gap. Also a local launderette lady uses the extra cash for two brand spankingly new washing machines to chum up with her single washing machine (now there’s a self employed business lady who needs ‘Gateway’ help!) and whose love lorn daughter craves a boyfriend madly, especially the bad boy bike dude (who both have quite a heart to heart). But when Sua and Jib compete to retain the $130,000 lost baht from the list of bank customers who had second helpings of ATM money, these opportunists get into some madcap underpants changing desperation.

“ATM” is a good funny comedy with madcap charm, great multi chemistry, two satisfying protagonists in Jib (Preechaya Pongthananikorn) and Sua (Chantavit Dhnasevi), but having such a bonkers parade of zany verve that even when a crocodile is wheeled into an hospital for A&E treatment, it does make crazy sense. No seriously, ATM is a very good feel good rom-com that you can get into on the onset. But its also quite leftfeild and crazily anarchic. The main love interest of office affairs and big achievers Sua and Jib work very well (actress Preechaya Pongthananikorn reminded me of S Korean actress Min-hee Kim) and with a great supporting cast. The plot never rests having fast and zippy humour, like when the biker lad first discovers the faulty ATM machine spew a double amount of his withdrawn cash, he phones his pal whose at the local football match (the lad who spends ATM offerings on a lavish gold tooth) who the latter yells with such delight at the great revelation in front of seated spectators, that come second half of the match the stadium is empty, the crowd having fled to the elixir of money, care of one faulty ATM machine. There’s lots of funny inane moments here, it’s silly of course but entertainingly stupid enough to help smack the bottom of one’s social stress and clobber that down felt mood. Worth it for a laff..:D
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