DRAMAFEVER DOUBLE FEATURE: So Young 2: Never Gone and The Last Women Standing
DramaFever movie nights are in full swing! And with Thanksgiving break around the corner, we are taking the pizazz factor a notch higher! All month, we wowed you with movies like So I Married an Anti-fan, starring EXO's Park Chan Yeoul and Seo Joo Hyun, and Fall In Love Like a Star, starring Yang Mi and Li Yifeng. To top off the list, we have two new movies coming your way this long weekend. Are you ready?
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Former EXO heartthrob Kris Wu and Liu Yi Fei star in a romantic drama that proves if someone was destined to be in your life, even time can’t tear them away. Su Yunjin (Liu Yi Fei) is a struggling high school student from a regional town. Cheng Zheng (Kris Wu) is a rich heir and the star student who sits behind her. The heir falls in love with the likeable Su Yunjin and decides to pursue her, even after they graduate and start living in different cities. Eventually, after they have graduated from their university, Su Yunjin finally accepts Cheng Zheng’s love, and the two move in together. However, the lovebirds soon realize they may have jumped the love gun; with way too many differences in both their backgrounds and their personalities, the two prove incompatible and drift apart. Years later, Su Yunjin and Cheng Zheng have established successful careers and end up moving into the same neighborhood. Different relationships, different circumstances and different times mean a lot has changed, but Su Yunjin and Cheng Zheng are still not quite able to settle into their new lives because, perhaps, it is as if they never moved on from each other. Can they rekindle what they once had because their love was never gone or, just like last time, will they come to the bitter realization that true love was never there to begin with?
Shu Qi and Eddie Peng star in a romantic comedy that shows if you can’t find love, it will find you. Sheng Ruxi (Shu Qi) is a career-driven, thirty-something Shanghai bachelorette, whose name even rhymes with the slang term “sheng nu,” or “leftover woman.” Her mother (Tiger Mom alum Pan Hong), worried about Sheng not having found the right spouse yet, pushes her daughter to be with Dr. Bai (1911 actor Xing Jiadong). Unfortunately, Sheng Ruxi finds the doctor oddly annoying and has no real wish to settle down with him, but she does want to meet that special someone. Meanwhile, joining her company is Ma Sai (Eddie Peng), her handsome new 25-year-old colleague who she decides she wants to spend the rest of her life with, much to the chagrin of her mother. And while he doesn’t share her mother’s opinion, Sheng Ruxi also doesn’t receive support from her father (veteran actor Shih Chieh King), who instead tries to explain to her that she doesn’t need to be nervous about her age and should not rush into anything. Sheng Ruxi, however, is worried that time is running out and realizes that if she doesn’t make her move with Ma Sai now, the chance may never come again. Can our increasingly nervous bachelorette win this battle of the heart or will she once again attend another wedding and leave as the last woman standing?
Isn't this exciting? Grab that leftover turkey and pie, and have the best movie night ever!