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Love O2O

Love O2O

Aug. 12, 2016 China105 Min.
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AngelaBaby isBei Wei Wei
Bei Wei Wei
Jing Boran isXiao Nai
Xiao Nai
Li Qin isMeng Yi Ran
Meng Yi Ran
Bai Yu isCao Guang
Cao Guang


What is it that makes a man fall in love with a woman at first sight? Appearance? Aura? Wealth? NO, when campus prince and gaming expert, student Xiao Nai first saw Bei Wei Wei, what made him fall in love was not her extraordinary beauty, but her slim and slender fingers that were flying across the keyboard and her calm and composed manner!!! Embarrassing, no? At the same time, gaming expert Bei Wei Wei, at this time and place is on the computer, methodically commanding a guild war, and won a perfect and glorious victory despite being at a disadvantage, and was completely unaware that cupid is nearby. Soon after basketball player, swimmer, all-around excellent student, and game company president, Xiao Nai, uses both tactics on and off-line to take this beauty’s heart. Therefore this romance slowly bloomed. ~~ Movie adapted from the novel by Gu Man.

Love O2O
Love O2O
Original title微微一笑很傾城
IMDb Rating6.5 148 votes
TMDb Rating5.7 3 votes

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  • GrangerOctober 2, 2016Reply

    One of the best Gamer movies I’ve seen

    This movie is enjoyable from the first scene to the last, surprising
    considering that most ”gamer” movies tend to fizzle out about half way
    through. The main character Bei Weiwei (Angelababy / Angela Yeung Wing)
    could not have been played better. Angelababy is cast in a very
    feminine and cute role, but brings out the strength, character and
    competence of both the real life and game life of Bei. Boran Jing does
    a good job of playing the reserved and stoic role of Xiao Nai, the #1
    player in the game. Both players and their avatars are realistically
    portrayed in a splendid mix of fantasy and reality.

    Although cliché, I enjoyed the special way this movie often combined
    the real world with the game world (although one scene featuring
    portals on a bridge jumped the shark a bit). Despite the gamer/fantasy
    setting of the virtual world, the fantasy characters and ”real life”
    character both are played very well. The supporting characters are
    somewhat cliché as well, though acted well enough. The fact that the
    movie requires the supporting characters mostly as comic relief and
    moral support is the one weakness of the story-line, although that is
    forgivable considering the genre. An Asian movie without such
    characters would be somewhat of an unexpected let-down.

    The story-line is not strong, but strong enough to both keep the viewer
    entertained and present a morality play as well. It’s nice to see a
    movie that doesn’t take tired, over-used side-trips during the main
    plot. The developing romance between the online avatars and the
    unwitting Weiwei is enjoyable to watch from the spectator’s seat. Much
    in this is predictable but enjoyable nonetheless.

    It’s not a perfect film, nor a tear-jerker or film of the year. It just
    a very enjoyable romantic gamer film with excellent special effects and
    a script that for once succeeds in an over-used and often-abused genre.
    If you can understand the concept of mixing gaming and romance I fully
    expect you will enjoy this film very much.

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