The Fierce Wife Final Episode

The Fierce Wife Final Episode

The movie continues the story from the TV series which ended with a cliff hanger where the wife (Sonia Sui) was deciding whether to return to her cheating husband (James Wen) or have a relationship with her boss (Chris Wang). 4 years after the divorce, her cheating husband, Wen Rui Fan, comes back in hopes of re-kindling their love. Will An Zhen return back to him or move on to a new love?

The movie continues the story from the TV series which ended with a cliff hanger where the wife was deciding whether to return to her cheating husband or have a relationship with her boss. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Fierce Wife Final Episode torrent reviews

Jagpinder Singh B (nl) wrote: stupid senseless comedy!!!!!

jarrad b (br) wrote: A great western with multiple plot threads helping keep the story interesting and vibrant

Joe L (gb) wrote: I loved the movie. I thought it was one of the funniest things I ever saw, I also went out and read all of Tucker Max's books. Awesome writer!

Timm S (de) wrote: Not As Good As The First One. Althought The Comedy Dynamics Between The Parents Works While The Kids Take A Back Seat Is Quitely Hillarious. It Ticks Over To A Predictable Ending, But That's To Be Expected.

Mauricio A (it) wrote: One of those hidden gems that people seem to like more than they will admit. Cinematography and music were good. An overall decent period piece. Worth the watch. PS:. In Canada it is known as "Dangerous Beauty."

paula f (ca) wrote: brilliant,tense,scary!!!

Alex r (fr) wrote: Ruthless People is a fun, entertaining comedy film that has good gags going for it. I enjoyed the film, but it did lack in some areas, and it could have been a bit better. However this is a good little comedy that was directed by the guys who made Airplane! However this isn't their best work. Bette Midler is very good here, and she makes the film worth seeing. I, on the other hand, never did enjoy Devitto's work, but I like him here, and he is pretty funny in his part. The film manages to be good enough to be a worthwhile comedy to watch, and if you're looking for a pleasant time waster, then give this one a shot. Although not the greatest comedy, there are enough effective elements to make this one a memorable flick to watch. I even if at times the film's material lacks, the cast do affine job to elevate this film into very humorous moments that works throughout. Everything you'd expect from the directors is present and there's enough zany humor to make this one worth seeing despite its flaws. I liked the film, and it's smartly constructed and it manages to rely more on its great cast, which are just funny on-screen to really make it standout above its flaws. Enjoy this crazy ride. Middler is great here, and she is one of the film's biggest strengths with a well written script that has more good things going for it than bad, directors, Jim Abrahams, David and Jerry Zucker craft a fine little comedy that is sure to please comedy lovers.

fred f (mx) wrote: falling appendages like tears in rain.

Emily B (jp) wrote: OK, so the plot is kind of meh, but I'll add on an extra half star just for the dancing of Fred Astaire and Rita Hayworth. Fred and Rita always struck me as a slightly odd pairing when you put them together, but Rita was Fred's favourite dancing partner and their chemistry and the great choreography make the film. I just want to mention Gus Shilling who played the slighty camp secretary, who was the most hilarious aspect between the musical numbers.

Jeffrey P (es) wrote: An early Powell & Pressburger production features the story of six Nazi soldiers stranded in Canada after their sub is bombed. The unit makes its way toward freedom, but they find they've underestimated the opposition. Interestingly, this anti-isolationist propaganda manages to keep the Nazis front and center (and the story compelling) without generating sympathy for them. Lightheartedness is present in Pressburger & Ackland's script, but balanced with the very real threat the fugitives represent. Laurence Olivier makes for a cartoonish but entertaining trapper, and the rest of the cast bring in sharp, emotional performances.