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This is another one of the lousy shallow cliché Chinese romantic movies that would bore you to death. I don't know what's wrong with the nowadays Chinese young generation. They are obsessed with the western lifestyle, they would try every way to put themselves into the western way of life. They dream about having their wedding ceremony in a foreign country instead of in a Chinese place, or they would like to go to the most expensive resort in China to have their wedding. Everything must be more or the most like the western, if they didn't have such arrangement, it would become the most unforgiving sin in their marriage. Such excuse might become an excuse to get divorced later. The Chinese young people now are too shallow, too materialized, too unrealistic, they just don't want to be too Chinese, so their movies are following such laughable procedure to be more like a 2nd copy of a western movies. They not only like to copycat international famous brands of consumer products, they even like to produce movies with Chinese actors but with completely copied western style crap. Why they have to do such things is beyond my comprehension. Why two Chinese young man and woman have to have their wedding in Rome? Two strangers in a strange land would be deemed romantic? Since there is nothing to tell, so they again used the cliché "love triangle" to make this hollow movie. Is it really necessary to make another crappy movie again?
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