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New Perfect Two 2012 123movies

New Perfect Two 2012 123movies

Jan. 20, 2012100 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Ah B (Vic Chou) was once a champion motorbike racer but lost everything in a fixed match. His wife Jiawei (Mini Yang) left him, and he has since abandoned himself to drinking and gambling to pass the days, turning a blind eye to his neighbor Ma Niu (Ella), who quietly admires him from afar. Six years later, Jiawei turns up unexpectedly one day and temporarily puts in his custody a little boy named Bin Bin (Xiao Xiao Bin) – the son he never knew of. This adorable kid manages to melt Ah B’s cold hard heart, and the rookie daddy gradually finds the will to pull himself together and recover his wasted life. However, just as Ah B has developed a close, inseparable bond with Bin Bin, Jiawei comes back to take him away with her to the United States.
Plot: Ah Bee, a former superstar motorcycle racer who gave up on the sport after a bad fall on the track left him physically and emotionally scarred. Now Ah Bee is a self-loathing, boozing, gambling layabout with a faithful girl named Maniu, a spunky tomboy who cooks his meals, launders his clothes and constantly reminds him of what a loser he is. Of course, she needles him in an adorably sassy way, making her one of those awesome in-the-movies-only girls who’ll love a man faithfully even if he’s a boozing, gambling layabout.
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There are some great moments in this Chu Yen Ping movie – we just wish he had cut down on the redundantly pointless antics
Lucky you, Chu Yen ping, to have Vic Zhou and Xiao Xiao Bin playing the protagonists in your latest feature film project. Considering how the Taiwanese director was responsible for disposable flicks like Kung Fu Dunk (2008) and The Treasure Hunter (2009), this family drama could have gone down the drain.

Fortunately for Chu, the lovable pairing of Zhou and Xiao Xiao Bin is one that no critic can bear to tear apart. Just look at the adorable eight year old’s floppy hairdo, chubby cheeks and dot sized nose. Did we mention how he cries like a tap? Throw in Zhou’s good for nothing father character who develops a relationship with the kid, and you get a formulaic setup of how two unlikely beings come together for a typical Taiwanese melodrama.

The story has Zhou’s dejected ex motorcycle racing champion wasting his life away in the countryside, before his son turns up at his doorstep unexpectedly one day. He is tasked to take care of the mischievous kid, and the 100 minute movie has the two bonding over peeing in the open, bathing together in the bathtub and leading a seemingly carefree life. Drama happens when his mother returns to bring him to the States – will the titular “perfect two” be torn apart?

Amidst this, there is a neighbour who has secretly loved the bum for the longest time, helping him with laundry and meals. There is also her plump younger sister who tries very hard to make people chuckle with her antics (it works on a few occasions, actually). A handful of unimportant supporting characters fill the screen time with inconsequential actions.

Sounds like a movie by Chu? You bet. There are unnecessary antics (unfunny ones too) which only bring down the movie’s potential to be a heartwarming drama. With these out of the picture, this could seriously have been a recommended family movie.

Undeniably, this is an exploitative production. Just look at how Xiao Xiao Bin charms viewers with his irresistible cuteness, and how he bursts into tears whenever his father threatens to leave him. Chu’s experience with dealing with kids in movies like 1994’s Shaolin Popeye (with Hao Shaowen and Shi Xiaolong) should have equipped him for this. Ding Shasha, another child sensation is the female version (a chubby one, nonetheless) who sings and dances to a funny adaptation of Malaysian singer Ah Niu’s famous tune “The Girl Opposite Looking at Me”.

Adult actors like Zhou and Ella Chen deliver decent performances, while familiar faces like Zhu Geliang, Vivian Hsu and Chen Chusheng pop up as cameos. There may not be much depth in the characters they play, but you wouldn’t mind because bars are set low to begin with.

The real attraction of this serviceable movie has to be the picturesque scenery which you wish you could be surrounded by. The vast grasslands and the blue waters form the paradise the characters live in, and if you aren’t too distracted by Chu’s signature antics, you may just be able to enjoy this breezy drama.

* www.moviexclusive.com

Review By: moviexclusive Rating: 6 Date: 2012-04-15
There are some great moments in this Chu Yen Ping movie – we just wish he had cut down on the redundantly pointless antics
Lucky you, Chu Yen ping, to have Vic Zhou and Xiao Xiao Bin playing the protagonists in your latest feature film project. Considering how the Taiwanese director was responsible for disposable flicks like Kung Fu Dunk (2008) and The Treasure Hunter (2009), this family drama could have gone down the drain.

Fortunately for Chu, the lovable pairing of Zhou and Xiao Xiao Bin is one that no critic can bear to tear apart. Just look at the adorable eight year old’s floppy hairdo, chubby cheeks and dot sized nose. Did we mention how he cries like a tap? Throw in Zhou’s good for nothing father character who develops a relationship with the kid, and you get a formulaic setup of how two unlikely beings come together for a typical Taiwanese melodrama.

The story has Zhou’s dejected ex motorcycle racing champion wasting his life away in the countryside, before his son turns up at his doorstep unexpectedly one day. He is tasked to take care of the mischievous kid, and the 100 minute movie has the two bonding over peeing in the open, bathing together in the bathtub and leading a seemingly carefree life. Drama happens when his mother returns to bring him to the States – will the titular “perfect two” be torn apart?

Amidst this, there is a neighbour who has secretly loved the bum for the longest time, helping him with laundry and meals. There is also her plump younger sister who tries very hard to make people chuckle with her antics (it works on a few occasions, actually). A handful of unimportant supporting characters fill the screen time with inconsequential actions.

Sounds like a movie by Chu? You bet. There are unnecessary antics (unfunny ones too) which only bring down the movie’s potential to be a heartwarming drama. With these out of the picture, this could seriously have been a recommended family movie.

Undeniably, this is an exploitative production. Just look at how Xiao Xiao Bin charms viewers with his irresistible cuteness, and how he bursts into tears whenever his father threatens to leave him. Chu’s experience with dealing with kids in movies like 1994’s Shaolin Popeye (with Hao Shaowen and Shi Xiaolong) should have equipped him for this. Ding Shasha, another child sensation is the female version (a chubby one, nonetheless) who sings and dances to a funny adaptation of Malaysian singer Ah Niu’s famous tune “The Girl Opposite Looking at Me”.

Adult actors like Zhou and Ella Chen deliver decent performances, while familiar faces like Zhu Geliang, Vivian Hsu and Chen Chusheng pop up as cameos. There may not be much depth in the characters they play, but you wouldn’t mind because bars are set low to begin with.

The real attraction of this serviceable movie has to be the picturesque scenery which you wish you could be surrounded by. The vast grasslands and the blue waters form the paradise the characters live in, and if you aren’t too distracted by Chu’s signature antics, you may just be able to enjoy this breezy drama.

* www.moviexclusive.com

Review By: moviexclusive Rating: 6 Date: 2012-04-15

Other Information:

Original Title 新天生一對
Release Date 2012-01-20
Release Year 2012

Original Language zh
Runtime N/A
Budget 8456800
Revenue 5750000
Status Released
Rated N/A
Genre Family
Director Yen-Ping Chu
Writer Sinyi Chen, Shih-Keng Chien, Shu-Huah Liou
Actors Riva Chang, Jet Chao, Chusheng Chen
Country Taiwan
Awards N/A
Production Company N/A
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New Perfect Two 2012 123movies
Original title 新天生一對
TMDb Rating 4.4 7 votes

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