6 out 10.
A average romantic comedy, saved only because of my curiosity on seeing the same formula redone with chinese details.

I came to this film at Cubix in a hurry. Entered almost last minute, and between side seats and a central 1st row I decided maybe the worst. At this room, the leg-room and reclining chair almost does not balance the need to tilt your neck to watch a gigantic screen too much up. This was mostly stressful at the long-shot sequence from the opening.

Panorama Special
D: Doze, Niu Chen-Zer
People’s Republic of China, Taiwan 2011
C: Shu Qi, Vicky Zhao, Ethan Juan, Mark Jau
Sat Feb 11 17:00 Cubix 9 (CN, E)

Too many cliches almost balanced with a sufficient gripping, occasionally funny plot.
Way too many product-placement, forgiven by the use of many bikes at the beginning and with one of the characters.
This is clearly a mainstream film for the chinese market, full of subliminal messages as its hollywood role-models. Other than that it was a tolerable input about chinese pop-culture…
Funny was to see many german couples, using it as (predictable once again) time-filler for these valentine times…

Final talk:
Even if promised, at the end nobody showed up. Not even a “reason” was given… just made me less benevolent for its voting on the postcards 😉