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The Fierce Wife Final Episode 2012 123movies

The Fierce Wife Final Episode 2012 123movies

Aug. 17, 2012108 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Four years after the events of the series, An Zhen (Sonia Sui) has settled into her life as a single mother and career woman. After all that she went through with her failed marriage, she is still hesitant to take the next step with Tian Wei (Chris Wang), who has been waiting for her to move on. Tian Wei’s patience is starting to run out, however, and he wants An Zhen to commit to a new life with him. Meanwhile, reformed ex-husband Rui Fan (James Wen) is returning to Taipei, and he too wants to start over again with An Zhen.
Plot: The movie continues the story from the TV series which ended with a cliff hanger where the wife (Sonia Sui) was deciding whether to return to her cheating husband (James Wen) or have a relationship with her boss (Chris Wang). 4 years after the divorce, her cheating husband, Wen Rui Fan, comes back in hopes of re-kindling their love. Will An Zhen return back to him or move on to a new love?
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Reviews:

Low production values but thanks for resolving the story
This movie looks like different scenes were made by different film students and then edited together. I should know, I took film classes in the 80’s. It would not have received an A.

So, be prepared for an uneven script, abrupt transitions, uneven writing, odd camera angles/scenes, etc.

I do appreciate that “The Fierce Wife” story was resolved a little more than in the series. Ending the series with an ambivalent handshake was an awful choice, especially as the handshake had symbolically been used before, between the same characters, to indicate friends only.

In this movie they say it has been four years, but I understand that to mean four years after An-chen’s (Sonia Sui) divorce. That would make it only two years after the final scene of the series.

If you watch this movie without having seen the series, some things will not make much sense. Try to watch the series first, it is currently on Netflix in the US, but the movie is on youtube.

SPOILER: I am happy with the choice. I wouldn’t have wanted her to return to the husband, especially after the horrendous hospital bed scene in the series. That being said, it does make sense to wait a while because Tien-wei’s (Chris Wang) character is clearly immature in the series.

They do get in a passionate scene about 49 minutes into the movie, so you get confirmation where it is headed, but An-chen’s passive-aggressive behavior of dumping the ring in his pocket while waiting their turn to register their marriage is a clear “no”, turning the momentum around to the husband.

I was disappointed in the resolution for Ai-lin (Janel Tsai), I was hoping she could make it work, but, it is a likely outcome.

I do wonder about what Jui-fan (Sheng-hao Wen) was thinking when he chose not to propose. Clearly the flashback to his son with Wei-en was the impetus, but was he thinking of getting back together with Wei-en to help raise his son or just that he needed to tell An-chen about his son first or . . .?

In the climax where An-chen is yelling at Tien-wei that she “didn’t say no”, I felt she had clearly said “no” by the ring dump and pretending to go to the bathroom while she was just a runaway bride. It appears they had no contact from that moment until the climax where An-chen is tricked by her former sister-in-law, Jui-hsuan into thinking Tien-wei is getting married, when in fact, he is just giving a bride away.

The movie is missing my favorite two characters from the series which were An-chen’s and Tien-wei’s mothers, but I understand how difficult it can be to get actors together again after everyone goes their separate ways.

Overall, I was happy with the resolutions, disappointed in the awkward movie which actually seemed to be missing scenes, but still gave it 6 stars because thanks to those who made this happen. Without this movie I wouldn’t have rated the series as high due to the awful ending.

Review By: talonjensen Rating: 6 Date: 2018-11-29
Low production values but thanks for resolving the story
This movie looks like different scenes were made by different film students and then edited together. I should know, I took film classes in the 80’s. It would not have received an A.

So, be prepared for an uneven script, abrupt transitions, uneven writing, odd camera angles/scenes, etc.

I do appreciate that “The Fierce Wife” story was resolved a little more than in the series. Ending the series with an ambivalent handshake was an awful choice, especially as the handshake had symbolically been used before, between the same characters, to indicate friends only.

In this movie they say it has been four years, but I understand that to mean four years after An-chen’s (Sonia Sui) divorce. That would make it only two years after the final scene of the series.

If you watch this movie without having seen the series, some things will not make much sense. Try to watch the series first, it is currently on Netflix in the US, but the movie is on youtube.

SPOILER: I am happy with the choice. I wouldn’t have wanted her to return to the husband, especially after the horrendous hospital bed scene in the series. That being said, it does make sense to wait a while because Tien-wei’s (Chris Wang) character is clearly immature in the series.

They do get in a passionate scene about 49 minutes into the movie, so you get confirmation where it is headed, but An-chen’s passive-aggressive behavior of dumping the ring in his pocket while waiting their turn to register their marriage is a clear “no”, turning the momentum around to the husband.

I was disappointed in the resolution for Ai-lin (Janel Tsai), I was hoping she could make it work, but, it is a likely outcome.

I do wonder about what Jui-fan (Sheng-hao Wen) was thinking when he chose not to propose. Clearly the flashback to his son with Wei-en was the impetus, but was he thinking of getting back together with Wei-en to help raise his son or just that he needed to tell An-chen about his son first or . . .?

In the climax where An-chen is yelling at Tien-wei that she “didn’t say no”, I felt she had clearly said “no” by the ring dump and pretending to go to the bathroom while she was just a runaway bride. It appears they had no contact from that moment until the climax where An-chen is tricked by her former sister-in-law, Jui-hsuan into thinking Tien-wei is getting married, when in fact, he is just giving a bride away.

The movie is missing my favorite two characters from the series which were An-chen’s and Tien-wei’s mothers, but I understand how difficult it can be to get actors together again after everyone goes their separate ways.

Overall, I was happy with the resolutions, disappointed in the awkward movie which actually seemed to be missing scenes, but still gave it 6 stars because thanks to those who made this happen. Without this movie I wouldn’t have rated the series as high due to the awful ending.

Review By: talonjensen Rating: 6 Date: 2018-11-29

Other Information:

Original Title 犀利人妻最終回:幸福男,不難
Release Date 2012-08-17
Release Year 2012

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 49 min (109 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 5000000
Status Released
Rated N/A
Genre Drama, Romance
Director Joseph Wang, Pei-hua Wang
Writer Hai-wei Yang, Kelly Chen, Béatrice Hung
Actors Sonia Sui, Chris Wang, Sheng-hao Wen
Country Taiwan
Awards N/A
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A

Original title 犀利人妻最終回:幸福男,不難
TMDb Rating 2.5 4 votes

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