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While I like complex, intricate thrillers and deep thinking movies as well as the next gal, lately I find a shortage of light and really funny romantic comedies. Many of the things listed as comedies have people dying, facing serious illnesses, or other tragic events.
This is just gosh-darn funny! Margaret Cho and Bobby Lee are hilarious and the plot is cute.
If you are in the mood for light fare, this is for you.
By the way, although it takes place in the Korean community, it is in English and whatever few places people speak Korean, the subtitles are easy to read, even for an old chick like me. Enjoy!
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