Break Up 100
Sam and Barbara have been together for eight years, but the key to their relationship is breaking up. Each time Barbara threatens to leave, Sam would give in and beg her to come back, giving her an increasing upper hand. After their 99th breakup, the couple finally decides to stick through with their relationship and not break up so easily. They plan a future together by running their own café. Ironically, the success of the café starts driving Sam and Barbara apart, and the 100th breakup between Sam and Barbara seems to be just around the corner.
- Stars:Kenny Chan, Ekin Cheng, Kar Lok Chin, Chrissie Chow, Jase Ho, Eric Kot, Jan Lamb, Swan Wen, King Wu, Miriam Yeung Chin Wah,
- Country:Hong Kong
- Director:Lawrence Cheng,
- Writer:Lawrence Cheng (screenplay), Skipper Cheng (screenplay), Silver Hau (screenplay)
The distance between two people in the world is the farthest not when they are face-to-face without realizing their love for each other. It is when they are deeply in love but are waiting for the other person to end the relationship first. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Break Up 100 torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: OMG excels in storytelling, as it takes a very serious topic, makes that funny, while still keeping the roots of it serious and keeping the viewers interested as well as entertained by the movie.
(kr) wrote: was a little disappointed in this. even though super stud donnie yen was in it, the movie was pretty bad. the plot is terrible, the acting terrible. was just not impressed. if you go to attack the enemy fort, why make the enemy horses have diarrhea so they can't chase you? why not just kill all the enemies in the fort? the half star is for the pretty cool fight scene at the end.. but otherwise... please skip it.
(fr) wrote: Another premise that seems like it could be creepy, but the actual execution is seriously lacking.
(ca) wrote: "Turn left here, then?" "Right" (car turns right, then veers back to the left)Perhaps the closest John Cleese has come to portraying Basil Fawlty on the big screen, as a perfectionist headteacher on his way to a conference of his peers in this farcical comedy. Things, of course, go from bad to worse, as he manages to miss his train (due to another of those "Left? Right!" misunderstandings), and as Cleeses character slowly crumbles under the pressure of making it on time.
(au) wrote: Please bring this back to the big screens on June 7th, every year, in honor of Prince's birthday! At least in Minneapolis!
(br) wrote: Not a totally bad movie. I like old and B rated movies. This was different, it wasn't a bad movie. The ending surprised me. I'll watch it again. I've been trying to get my son to watch it.
(us) wrote: Have you heard? This is could be seen as a poor-man's Casablanca! There, keeping the streak alive of reviews to say something about Casablanca. Just Bogart being Bogart again.
(br) wrote: Classic Laurel and Hardy, with some really funny scenes. A lot of fun.
(mx) wrote: just a beautiful story told well.
(ca) wrote: im in love with this movie!! its AMAZING! totally in love with justin. u are my life !
(kr) wrote: This was a decent enough family animated movie.Animation was simple enough and the story had good morals.
(kr) wrote: As a huge LEGO fan, this is an entertaining film for me. Not only it's a fun animated film, it also gives us great moral values on letting go off the past, having power, and overall a good message.Beautiful animation, stellar voice acting, and entertaining plot. Definitely worth watching it over and over again.