Siu-Fung (Lydia Sum), an owner of a pizzeria, unexpectedly succumbs to a heart attack. However, her spirit was unable to cross over to the other side, thus, she resurrects into the body of ... See full summary »
"Romeo and Juliet" in Hong Kong, except the widow Capulet is father Montague's childhood sweetheart. The young lovers try to reconcile their mothers with the help of the father, who is left... See full summary »
This is not your average Hollywood film but it doesn't mean its bad
its definitely one of the best comedy romance movies i have seen. i saw it when i was about 9, and until today, i can still remember it, i can still remember some of the funniest scenes, and when i think of it, i would still laugh, and people around me will think i'm weird.
The actors were very good along with the plot, you feel for the characters and their struggles. This movie is very moving and touching but has an excellent sense of humor, Asian humor to be specific, so western audiences might find it a bit hard to laugh.
i have only seen this movie once on TV, and i fell in love with it immediately, and after all these years, i can still remember it. this is a great movie, go see it, you will know what i mean
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