Based upon an urban legend of 2 rivalling bak kwa shops, "Hao Han Bak Kwa" and "Mei Mei Bak Kwa". The founders of these two stores however, Zeng Mei Mei (Irene Ang) and Chen Hao (Ha Yu), used to be lovers, yet, turned against each other for their own personal, selfish reasons. While the two engage in a battle to win a bak kwa competition, their children get engulfed in a complex relationship with one another... And there begins the story of the bak kwa war!
- Stars:Irene Ang, Pamelyn Chee, Marcus Chin, Josh Lai, Rebecca Lim, Mindee Ong, Alaric Tay, Alvin Wong, Wah Yuen,
- Country:Singapore, Malaysia
- Director:Yew Kwang Han,
- Writer:Yew Kwang Han, Soo Yun Ting
Two rivaling families compete to make Singapore's best bak kwa in an upcoming contest. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Perfect Rivals torrent reviews
(br) wrote: While this movie does have flaws, such as scenes that feel a little too stretched out and certain musical numbers that feel somewhat pointless, but I can't help but love this film. The story is fun, the characters are performed marvellously by a great cast (with one or two exceptions here and there), the use of animation is well done, and most of the soundtrack is extremely catchy. While it may not be the best, I just can't help but love this film, even if I know that it technically isn't that exceptional or unique. I still suggest looking it up and to see it for yourself: you might find yourself uninterested, just as you be delightfully surprised. It's really in the middle.
(ag) wrote: Not as funny as the first, but still pretty funny.
(de) wrote: 7 out of 10:A decent funny film with a silly plot.
(de) wrote: A brilliant drama that begins with a realistic approach but then suddenly shifts to a more surrealistic tone after halfway through, becoming so emotionally involving and raising a fascinating discussion about our perception of the value of Art - original or not.
(jp) wrote: i lov korean movies and series
(fr) wrote: i lv dis film its fuckin great
(br) wrote: Such a tragic ending to a wonderful athlete. A great movie.
(ag) wrote: The first film was great - the rest are direct-to-video crap.
(nl) wrote: Nolte and Roberts aren't horribly bad in this very easy but sassy film. It has a nice element of adventure that makes it stand above the average romantic comedy.
(ru) wrote: No ayuda para nada verla en un bus donde llevas mas de cuatro horas sentado sin poder descansar pensando en las otras seis horas que faltan para llegar a tu destino.
(ag) wrote: Altman's most experimental work.
(mx) wrote: One of Pam Grier's better vehicles along with Coffy and Foxy Brown, Friday Foster's an action thriller that mixes the fashion world, assassinations, and political intrigue between L.A. and Washington D.C. Grier is solid and polished, shining throughout as a really gutsy photographer drawn in when she discovers a tie between her friend Cloris's boyfriend and the attempted murder of a black billionaire. She gets solid support from Yaphet Kotto and Thalmus Rasulala. We also see too little of Eartha Kitt as the sharp-tongued Madame Rena.