Bei Weiwei is a beautiful and intelligent computer science major who plays an ultra-high-level character in an online game. When her game "husband" divorces her character, she unexpectedly meets the #1 game avatar, Yixiao Naihe, who immediately asks her to marry him to accomplish game goals. But where does one draw the line between a fantasy game and real life-- especially when the game relationship becomes more important to both players than they expected?Written by
Don't want to be lonely anymore
Written by Shaofeng Huang
Arranged by Yu Zeng
Performed by Lala Hsu
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Watched both versions of LoveO2O and prefer this one
I watched both versions of LoveO2O and prefer the movie version over the series. LoveO2O the movie is a better mix of reality and gamer fantasy. Angela baby and Boran Jing are better actors, have better chemistry and make this movie about gaming more believable than the series version. Yang Yang and Shuang Zheng have no chemistry and in my opinion, can't act.
I enjoyed the movie from beginning to end, and here's why: Xia Nai as portrayed by Jing was brainy, but warm; a loner but not weird. Whereas Xia Nai as portrayed by Yang, Yang was stiff, condescending and demanding. He was in a word, distant. Weiwei as portrayed by Angela baby was warm, funny, brainy, outgoing, loving and supportive in this film. She loved her man. Whereas in the series Weiwei was cute but servile, and her personality left much to be desired. She worshipped her man. I was thoroughly unimpressed by Shuang Zheng's performance as WeiWei.
LoveO2O the movie is about love and gaming and in my opinion successfully achieves its goal. I really enjoyed this version of the screenplay and will recommend this version to my friends.
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