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Xue's second feature is an exemplar of commercial filmmaking, and production help from a handful of Hong Kong pros (in editing, costume design, cinematography) give it the polished finish the fluffy material demands.
Its depiction of esoteric facets of immigrant life lends an air of credibility seldom seen in rom-coms.
Unwieldy and exasperating, but not without a certain pushy, ingratiating charm.
The New York Times
Finding Mr. Right (even the title is generic) has a top-to-bottom capable cast, a nice sense of place and a few honest epiphanies that are given time to land. But neither the comedy nor the romance exists beyond the level of idea.
A pleasant enough way to spend two hours if you're not looking to be surprised.

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