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All's Well Ends Well 2011

In the latest instalment of "All`s Well Ends Well", Cecilia Cheung acts as a worker in a cosmetic company, who is loved by her boss, played by Louis Koo. And at the same time, a rich man played by Chapman To also falls in love with her. Many hilarious situations happen between the three of them. Meanwhile, Donnie Yen takes up the role of a cosmetics sales clerk who is romantically linked with model Carina Lau Ka Ling`s character. Donnie is reported not to have any fight scenes in this movie.

Language: Cantonese
Subtitle: NA
Classification: U
Release Date: 3 Feb 2011
Genre: Comedy
Running Time: 1 Hour 42 Minutes
Distributor: FIVE STAR, RAM ENTERTAINMENT
Cast: Donnie Yen, Louis Koo, Carina Lau, Chapman To, Lynn Hung, Angelababy
Director: Raymond Wong
Format: NA

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Writer: Edith Yeoh

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Watch this if you liked: “All's Well End's Well”, “Flirting Scholar”

"All's Well End's Well" is passably funny, quirky yet it is a bit too familiar to begin with. A lot of its funny scenes or hilarious moments are borrowed from famous movies like "Ip Man" and "Inception". Not only that, the movie's attempt to create more funny moments did not quite make the cut. Its reference to movies and personalities seem forceful but comical, nonetheless.

One problem surrounding this movie is that some of its cast seems to be cast for the wrong role and definitely with the wrong title. Such an example would be that this reviewer thinks by casting Donnie Yen as a professional make-up artist is not only weird but does not make sense at all.

At the very least, other big names like Louis Koo, Carina Lau, Chapman To and Cecilia Cheung did a commendable job in bringing the best out of their characters.

"All's Well Ends Well 2011" apparently comes with a better plot for this premise as compared to the previous year's movie. The director made it quite clear of his direction of the storyline and that is simple and easy to follow for potential viewers.

Overall, "All's Well End's Well 2011" is recommended for pure entertainment only. Do give this a try if one would not mind seeing Donnie Yen putting a fight on the silver screen - with make-up that is.

Cinema Online, 31 January 2011
   
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U - General viewing for all ages
P13 - Parental guidance is advisable for children below 13 years old
18 - For 18+ with elements for mature audiences
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