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Wednesday, November 12, 2014

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Let's talk about part 1 for the benefit of those who did not watch it. If you are a romance-comedy film fan, you would have watched it a long time ago already! 

The part 1 of this film has already been out since 2011 and I may have watched it before but I couldn't really remember. Soooo I made a decision to hunt for it before I go watching part 2. 

For me to describe it in a phrase, it would definitely be "a sad love triangle". 

Basically, this main lead actress is caught in a love triangle with 2 men. One of whom is a playboy who cannot control his desires while another who is extremely faithful in his feelings. You would think she'd definitely not have any problems choosing but the playboy has too many tricks up his sleeves. 

It was most interesting to watch the process of the men trying to capture her heart. She eventually chose someone but it felt incomplete. That's when the upcoming new film of part 2 comes in! 

A big thank you to Migme & Clover Films for the opportunity for me to catch this film of an even more complicated relationship; Don't Go Breaking My Heart 2 [单身男女2]!

This film definitely requires a part 2 in my opinion. If I have to be honest, I think I speak for everyone when I say some films do not deserve a sequel because they mostly tend to be bad as compared to the first film. 


I like the idea that the relationship problem does not only involve love triangle now. They actually added 2 other characters to the party. I am very impressed with how they managed all of these. I mean, it is rather overwhelming, you can't deny that.

The new characters played by Vic Chou and Miriam Yeung are both caught up in the same love triangle itself. See what I mean by more complicated now? Haha

I find myself immersed in the great lengths the men are willing to take to capture their love's heart. Way crazy but also touching enough you would be in the same dilemma in deciding who would be the one you want to end up with. 

Not just that, I actually find part 2 more hilarious than part 1! I'm sure people who were there with me would agree. It may make you cry and it will definitely make you laugh! 

Side note: I love the Daniel Wu & Vic Chou character because they're both the good men aka men from Mars. Cliche but oh well...

I hope I didn't reveal much spoilers for you but here are a few movie stills and the synopsis of the movie! 


After the “Earthling” Cheung Shen Ren (Louis Koo) loses Cheng Zixin (Gao Yuanyuan) to the “Martian” Fang Qihong, he decides to keep it cool and reverts to singlehood graciously. Cheng and Fang, meanwhile, live happily ever after…… That seems to be the fairytale ending from DON’T GO BREAKING MY HEART. In reality, the story is far from over: the three finds themselves once again entangled in an even more complicated relationship in DON’T GO BREAKING MY HEART 2.

After jilted by Cheng, Cheung starts dating “Goddess of Stocks” Yang Yang Yang, who works in an opposite building. Yang has been turning a blind eye to Cheung’s philandering until she meets Paul, a romantic returnee from France whose devotion has melted her heart. 

Afraid to lose his lover again, Cheung determines to settle down and marry Yang, but fate works in mysterious ways. It turns out that Cheng’s wedding with Fang has been delayed and she is now directly working under Yang. A chance encounter with Cheng again makes Cheung question his decision, because even though he appears to have emerged unscathed from their previous relationship, he was profoundly hurt and still hasn’t fully recovered.

Paul is in love with Yang; Yang has accepted Cheung’s proposal; Cheung is unable to get Cheng off his mind; and Cheng is about to marry Fang. A quadrangular relationship among five people – who is really the love of their life? 

Don't miss this awesome romance-comedy film coming in theatres on 13th November (: Have a good laugh, have a good cry. 


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