War of In Laws

Year:2005

Section:TVB Series

Average Rating:       (out of 6 ratings)


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War of In Laws

Reviewed by: deborahwjy June 14, 2007

Rating: 4.5 out of 5

Cast: Liza Wang as Princess Shek Lan Myolie Wu as Tin Lik Bosco Wong as Ning Mao Chun AKA Bu Liu Ming Shek Sau as Ning Fong De AKA Yun Da Ge Christine Ng as Long Qiao Qiao Length: 20 episodes Character analysis: Princess Shek Lan (Liza Wang) Princess Shek Lan is the older cousin of the Empress during the Ching Dynasty, therefore she throws her weight around and bosses everybody around. Practically everyone is afraid of her except for the Emperor, the Empress, and Tin Lik. She has a...

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War of In Laws

Reviewed by: Bridget December 11, 2006

Rating: 1.5 out of 5

Chinese Title: "Ngor Dik Ye Maan Lai Lai" (translates to my unreasonable mother-in-law) No. of episodes: 20 Theme song: Sung by Myolie Wu and Liza Wang Cast: Liza Wang Ming Chuen as Hei Seung Gak Gak Myolie Wu Hang Yee as Tin Lik Bosco Wong Jung Jak as Mao Chun / Mo Ming Yan Shek Sau as Mao Chun's father Lam Suet as Mao Chun's grandmother (paternal) Christine Ng Wing Mei as Hao Hao Eileen Yeow Ying Ying Foreword This series sparked intense headlines all across...

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War of In Laws

Reviewed by: cutepup October 07, 2005

Rating: 4.0 out of 5

Cast: Liza Wang- Seuk Lun Guk Guk Myolie Wu- Tin Lik (also known as Sup Yut) Bosco Wong- Ling Mau Chun, But Lau Ming Shek Sau- Ling Fung Duk Christine Ng- Lung Hao Hao Storyline: Mau Chun is about to get married but the bride does not show up and Sup Yut marries Mau Chun because she is trying to run away from soldiers who want to capture her and her family. Sup Yut and her family are thieves and they...

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War of In Laws

Reviewed by: jossie September 30, 2005

Rating: 4.0 out of 5

Characters Liza Wang as Suk Lan Myolie Wu as Sup Yut Bosco Wong as Muo Chun Genre: Humor/Drama Plot Briefly: Muo Chun is the son of the Suk Lan Gak Gak, who is the cousin of the current Empress of the Ching Dynasty. Suk Lan is a very arrogant woman, who prances about the place as though she is the queen of the world. And unfortunately, she is nearly so! Even though she is the wife of the...

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War of In Laws

Reviewed by: kaysmile August 18, 2005

Rating: 4.0 out of 5

Cast: Liza Wang: Seuk Lan Gak Gak (Princess Seuk Lan) Myolie Wu: Teen Lik, nicknamed Sup Yut (Eleven) Bosco Wong: Ling Mau Chun/But Lau Ming Shek Sau: Ling Fung Thuk/Wun Dai Gor Christine Ng: Lung Hau Hau Length: 20 episodes (Cantonese) Possible spoilers ahead This series was highly anticipated by both overseas and Hong Kong viewers alike. With a strong cast such as Liza Wang and Myolie Wu and a light-hearted storyline, this series did not disappoint me. As the title suggests,...

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Member Ratings

kristin

01-15-2010 03:22 AM

     

I just watched this and it is much better than the sequel. Chemistry between Liza, Myolie and Bosco excellent! Never a boring moment....


hanhd

02-10-2007 12:00 AM

     

i really enjoyed this series...so funny. for some reason, myloie and bosco make a really cute couple.


reismione

12-20-2006 12:00 AM

     

v fun n entertaining series. the cast of myolie n bosco as well as their in-laws were fantastic!! :D


bubletwuble

10-06-2006 12:00 AM

     

Myolie and Liza arent my favourite actresses' so I was pretty sceptic about the series. Watching Bosco's hilarious pleas on the ladder convinced me to watch on to a wonderful series. The comedy and romance are both wonderful however the whole proving that the emperor has been wrong leaves much for improvement. An alternative resolution to Bosco's capture would make it alot better. Regardless, I've grown to love Bosco and Myolie as a couple and I hope there are more series with them to come. Also, the acting is at a high standard therefore I recommend this to anyone that enjoys a comedy.


wei_wei

08-16-2006 12:00 AM

     

Enjoyable in some sense but can't say i really like the ending. Their attempt to make a silly comedy into a serious drama really didn't work, it just made the characters seem like try hards pretending to know everything. When you start with comedy genre you should really stick with it not change it into a thrilling drama with mysteries to solve.


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