百分百岩Feel (1996)
Feel 100%, Once More


Reviewed by: Sydneyguy
Date: 03/07/2002
Summary: I agree with Inner Strength

Though i can't remember too much about this movie, i agree with what Inner Strength says. This movie doesnt have the pull or or stronger script that the first one had. But it is a decent sequel, so if you seen the first, you can't help but watch the 2nd.

6/10

Ps. Feel 100% 2 has nothing to do with this series, apart from a appearance of Eric Kot and the characters being similar

Reviewer Score: 6

Reviewed by: Inner Strength
Date: 01/12/2002
Summary: Not as good

Unfortunatly like most Hong Kong movies, they had to make a sequal. This fact alone made the movie drag down I reckon.

Not as funny, and the story was not as enjoyable. Ekin & Sammi split up as Sammi beleives he is seeing another woman - played by Chingmy Yau. Still, funny at times, but the story really is not that interesting.

This is also at the time when Sammi changed her appearance, and has got more and more strange ever since! This movie almost got a 2.5 for me, but still will round it up to 3, as slightly better than an average rating.

Rating (out of 5): 3

(This rating is based on the year & genre, so don't think it's based as a comparison on new releases etc.)

Reviewer Score: 6

Reviewed by: lang_mui85
Date: 08/25/2001
Summary: uuummmmm... let's see...

this movie was pretty good... i didn't find it as good at the first one though.... it's about marco and yen breaking up and marco wit a new gurl and shiet... it has it's funny moments... but not enough... but still... i found it ok... this is like one of those movies to watch when u have nothing to do at all...


Reviewed by: pablo
Date: 12/09/1999

Finding their relationship on the rocks, Marco (Noodle) and Yen(Sammi) take a trip to Japan, hoping to rekindle their love. But things get worse, and they break up. Any chance at reconciliation is shattered when Marco starts hanging out with sexy model Gobby. Meanwhile, Gigi is being chased by a Cheung Tat Ming, who has an inferiority complex. Last time, I couldn't figure out why everyone thought Noodle was supposed to be so attractive. This time, I felt the same about Sammi's character, which has turned unexplicably annoying. Not only that, the plot uses some pretty lame devices to nicely wrap up the story. A real step down from the original that could've benefited from more time in development. Still, the film may be worth watching just for a crude scene where Eric Kot tells Cheung Tat Ming how to woo a girl. I'm embarrassed at how funny I found it.


Reviewed by: spinali
Date: 12/08/1999
Summary: NULL

Lovers Marco and Yen (Dior Cheng, Sammi Cheng) take a Christmas vacation to Japan to revive their romance, with unexpected results: Marco finds himself falling for Gobby Li (Chingmy Yau), a famous but lonely fashion model, and Yen, now alone and abandoned, calls it splitsville without so much as a note. Their pals (one a prospective UCLA basketball player!) also look like they're on the verge of a break-up, but their plight is so boring that selective attention blots it out of our memory. The movie drifts along in a jazzy post-Chungking Express mode, but really takes a nose-dive when Gobby reveals she has brain cancer (the HK scriptwriter's disease of choice) and only a few months to live. Happily, it skips several months and returns to the main romance, where Marco and Yen seem wiser and happier.

(2.5/4)



[Reviewed by Steve Spinali]

Reviewer Score: 6