Edward Ma (left) and Roxanne Tong in a still from Love Suddenly (category IIB; Cantonese). Michael Ning, Anson Kong and Adam Pak co-star. Mak Ho-pong directs.
Edward Ma (left) and Roxanne Tong in a still from Love Suddenly (category IIB; Cantonese). Michael Ning, Anson Kong and Adam Pak co-star. Mak Ho-pong directs.

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Love Suddenly movie review: Hong Kong ensemble romantic comedy starring Mirror’s Anson Kong fails to deliver on any of its interesting premises

  • You’ll be longing for the end credits to roll long before the 93 minutes of Love Suddenly are up. The acting is flat and the story full of nonsensical scenes
  • Love Suddenly follows four sets of lovers, including Anson Kong’s Chung, stuck in a jaded relationship with Zoe (Karena Ng) but co-writing a relationship blog

Edward Ma (left) and Roxanne Tong in a still from Love Suddenly (category IIB; Cantonese). Michael Ning, Anson Kong and Adam Pak co-star. Mak Ho-pong directs.
Edward Ma (left) and Roxanne Tong in a still from Love Suddenly (category IIB; Cantonese). Michael Ning, Anson Kong and Adam Pak co-star. Mak Ho-pong directs.
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