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Will Yoyo and Thirteen part ways for good, or will they reconcile their differences and be together again? Co-starring Wong Cho Lam, JJ Jia and Joyce Cheng, My Sassy Hubby provides refreshing insights into romance and marriage while also bringing back the sweet charm and humor audiences loved so much in the original.
|Product Title:||My Sassy Hubby (2012) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) 我老婆唔夠秤2: 我老公唔生性 (2012) (Blu-ray) (香港版) 我老婆唔够秤2: 我老公唔生性 (2012) (Blu-ray) (香港版) 我老婆唔夠秤2: 我老公唔生性 (2012) (Blu-ray) (香港版) My Sassy Hubby (2012) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)|
|Also known as:||我老婆唔夠秤II: 我老公唔生性 / 我老婆 未滿18歲II: 我老公不靠譜 我老婆唔够秤II: 我老公唔生性 / 我老婆 未满18岁II: 我老公不靠谱|
|Artist Name(s):||Ekin Cheng (Actor) | Charlene Choi (Actor) | Zhang Xin Yi (Actor) | Wong Cho Lam (Actor) | Jeremy Jones Xu (Actor) | Lo Hoi Pang (Actor) | Joyce Cheng (Actor) | Louis Cheung (Actor) | Kelvin Kwan (Actor) | JJ Jia (Actor) | Sandy Lam (Actor) | Siu Yam Yam (Actor) | Renee Dai Mung Mung (Actor) | Derek Tsang (Actor) | ZHANG XUE RUN (Actor) | Zhu Xun (Actor) | Wylie Chiu (Actor) | Mr. (Actor) 鄭伊健 (Actor) | 蔡卓妍 (Actor) | 張歆藝 (Actor) | 王祖藍 (Actor) | 徐 正曦 (Actor) | 盧海鵬 (Actor) | 鄭欣宜 (Actor) | 張 繼聰 (Actor) | 關楚耀 (Actor) | 賈曉晨 (Actor) | 林姍姍 (Actor) | 邵音音 (Actor) | 戴夢夢 (Actor) | 曾國祥 (Actor) | 張學潤 (Actor) | 朱薰 (Actor) | 趙碩之 (Actor) | Mr. (Actor) 郑伊健 (Actor) | 蔡卓妍 (Actor) | 张歆艺 (Actor) | 王祖蓝 (Actor) | 徐 正曦 (Actor) | 卢海鹏 (Actor) | 郑欣宜 (Actor) | 张 继聪 (Actor) | 关楚耀 (Actor) | 贾晓晨 (Actor) | 林姗姗 (Actor) | 邵音音 (Actor) | 戴梦梦 (Actor) | 曾国祥 (Actor) | 张学润 (Actor) | 朱薰 (Actor) | 赵硕之 (Actor) | Mr. (Actor) 鄭伊健（イーキン・チェン） (Actor) | 蔡卓妍（シャーリーン・チョイ） (Actor) | Zhang Xin Yi (Actor) | 王祖藍 （ウォン・ジョーラム） (Actor) | Jeremy Jones Xu (Actor) | 廬海鵬（ロー・ホイパン） (Actor) | 鄭欣宜（ジョイス・チェン） (Actor) | 張繼聰 （ルイス・チョン） (Actor) | 關楚耀（ケルビン・クヮン） (Actor) | 賈曉晨 （ジャー・シャオチェン） (Actor) | 林［女冊］［女冊］（サンディー・ラム） (Actor) | 邵音音（シウ・ヤムヤム） (Actor) | 戴夢夢（レニー・タイ） (Actor) | 曾國祥（デレク・ツァン） (Actor) | ZHANG XUE RUN (Actor) | 朱薰（ヂュウ・シュン） (Actor) | Wylie Chiu (Actor) | Mr. （ミスター） (Actor) Ekin Cheng (Actor) | Charlene Choi (Actor) | Zhang Xin Yi (Actor) | Wong Cho Lam (Actor) | Jeremy Jones Xu (Actor) | Lo Hoi Pang (Actor) | Joyce Cheng (Actor) | Louis Cheung (Actor) | Kelvin Kwan (Actor) | JJ Jia (Actor) | Sandy Lam (Actor) | Siu Yam Yam (Actor) | Renee Dai Mung Mung (Actor) | Derek Tsang (Actor) | ZHANG XUE RUN (Actor) | Zhu Xun (Actor) | Wylie Chiu (Actor) | Mr. (Actor)|
|Director:||James Yuen 阮 世生 阮 世生 阮世生（ジェームズ・ユエン） James Yuen|
|Producer:||Ng Kin Hung 伍健雄 伍健雄 Ng Kin Hung Ng Kin Hung|
|Blu-ray Region Code:||A - Americas (North, Central and South except French Guiana), Korea, Japan, South East Asia (including Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan) What is it?|
|Subtitles:||English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese|
|Place of Origin:||Hong Kong|
|Aspect Ratio:||2.35 : 1, Widescreen|
|Sound Information:||Dolby Digital 5.1, 7.1, DTS-HD Master Audio|
|Disc Format(s):||Blu-ray, 25 GB - Single Layer|
|Publisher:||Universe Laser (HK)|
|Package Weight:||120 (g)|
|Shipment Unit:||1 What is it?|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1032287220|
- Making Of
Director: James Yuen
Ten years ago, Cheung Sub Sam (Ekin Cheng) and Yo Yo Ma (Charlene Choi) got married to fulfill a promise of their parents and became an assumed couple. After ten-year wedlock, problems arose as ecpected. At the same time, the couple found that their oath of marriage was invalid, and technically there was nothing to do with divorce, they agreed to break up and find their new life!
Working as a University Psychology lecturer, Sam met a new student from Beijing, Tong Yi (Zhang Xinyi) who was so sweet and clever, Sam was falling into her little by little… On the other side, Yoyo met his old schoolmate, Lam Shu Ho (Izz Tsui), who admired her since childhood.
Both Sam and Yoyo got into a complicated relationship….
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Talk about your unexpected sequels. My Wife is 18 was a modest hit way back in 2002 so if a sequel were in the offing, you'd think it would have happened years ago. But ten years later? Turns out that now is the perfect time, as My Sassy Hubby puts Thirteen Cheung (Ekin Cheng) squarely at year forty, just in time for a midlife crisis and a reassessment of his marriage to the 12 years-younger Yoyo Ma (Charlene Choi). My Wife is 18 was not great cinema but it possessed an endearing streak highlighted by a surprising performance from the fresh-faced (at the time) Choi. The taller Twin showed an unrefined presence, but she managed a beguiling emotion beneath her sassy immaturity. My Wife is 18 gave Charlene Choi's annoying antics justification and depth, an accomplishment that earns the film points even a decade later.
Unfortunately Choi is less effective in My Sassy Hubby. She enunciates far better than in the original film (Choi's phonetic prowess in My Wife is 18 rivaled that of an infant) plus she has a wider comedic repertoire (Choi's funny comic accents recall her fine turn in Simply Actors) but she fails to make Yoyo Ma identifiable. This time, it's Ekin Cheng's show, which is more than fitting since, like Thirteen Cheung, he's at a critical age. Ten years after their lightning nuptials, the thirty-nine year-old Thirteen Cheung is a university professor who lectures pretentiously on the subject of love. Meanwhile, Yoyo Ma co-owns a boutique, where she can annoy unsuspecting customers while also taking their money. The strain shows in the marriage; Thirteen is frequently impatient with the sassy Yoyo, while she does whatever she wants over his objections. Something's ready to give – all it requires is that one little push.
The couple actually gets three pushes. Yoyo's old friend Potato (Jones Xu a.k.a. Izz Tsui a.k.a. Jeremy Xu) returns to her life, and makes a point of reminding Yoyo about a childhood promise to marry him. Yoyo doesn't seriously consider the idea, but given the tension with Thirteen, Potato makes the perfect new playmate. Meanwhile, Thirteen is drawn to one of his students, Maggie (Zhang Xin-Yi), a professional model who unlike Yoyo is articulate, sexy, can cook and doesn't harangue Thirteen 24/7. The kicker is a letter they receive that states that the priest who married Thirteen and Yoyo back in 2002 was not licensed to do so. Ergo, Thirteen and Yoyo are not actually married and can go their separate ways without a divorce. Is Thirteen now free of his 28 year-old wife and will he use the opportunity to shop for an even younger one?
My Sassy Hubby's outcome is rarely in doubt, but the characters are familiar and amusing enough to make their adventures engaging. Thirteen is a logical and identifiable character; his midlife crisis makes complete sense, and Ekin Cheng's self-effacing dope act has some real-life connection to the aging actor. Thirteen Cheung is a man in his late thirties who has to grow past his extended childhood and reach a new stage in adulthood – how is this character not a perfect parallel to the mid-forties, soon-to-marry Ekin Cheng? Interestingly, Cheng's real-life partner is also named Yoyo (Cheng's fiancée is actress Yoyo Mung) but this gossip isn't really relevant. What is relevant is that Cheng plays a character near his age and personality (e.g., likable, playful and a bit immature), and he easily convinces. Choi doesn't inhabit Yoyo as well, but she and Cheng share a comfortable onscreen rapport.
Director-writer James Yuen keeps the situation comedy rolling, but development is sparse with most progression or change signaled by awkward exposition from the peanut gallery. Too many characters speak with unsolicited wisdom and the score can be annoyingly on-the-nose. However, comic timing is good and the co-stars provide welcome spark. Joyce "daughter of Lydia Shum" Cheng is a fun surprise as Yoyo's cousin and Lamb San-San (a.k.a. Ekin Cheng's manager) cameos to keep continuity with the first film. The funniest is Wong Cho-Lam, who steals all his scenes as a loud and unapologetically uncouth neighbor. Jones Xu is unremarkable as Potato while Zhang Xin-Yi shows striking presence. Her character is a complete male fantasy (sexy, smart, culinary savant) but this is a movie about a guy who wrote his thesis about women while also admitting that he doesn't understand them. Films with this ridiculous a premise get some leeway.
Besides situation comedy, Hong Kongers get some topical satire, and callbacks to the original film should delight audiences with good memories (or who own the DVD). Though he's not a great actor, Ekin Cheng is an undeniable Hong Kong film star and catching up with him ten years later is enjoyable. Even Charlene Choi eventually engenders sympathy – not because Yoyo Ma earns it, but because this is Charlene Choi and we've seen her grow up in the movies. The best thing about My Sassy Hubby may be the comedy bits during the end credits, which depict Thirteen's past birthdays and the wacky ways the couple celebrated. The bits play off of established personalities and audience goodwill, which is what anyone paying to see this movie really wants. Assuming the audience is watching because of "Noodle" Cheng and Ah Sa, star-powered fluff like this is ample reward. My Sassy Hubby offers the opportunity to reconnect with some old Hong Kong Cinema friends, and really, that's all it has to do.
by Kozo - LoveHKFilm.com