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Dry Wood Fierce Fire    (2002)
What can I say about Dry Wood, Fierce Fire? The stars are enjoyable and the movie is cute. Most guys would probably call it a chick flick, in that in the end the gorgeous guy comes around and the quirky, not so model-perfect girl wins. Miriam Yeung is a journalist and an herbalist, with a weird habit of shouting into bottles and kicking everyone's butt in kung-fu. When the all-female magazine she works for joins the all-male magazine that Louis Koo works for, you know sparks will fly. Koo has his own weird habits, like fainting at the strangest times, but he's so cute you still like him. Koo, of course, still has feelings for another. Will they end up together? What do you think?. Wilson Yip directs a cute romantic comedy (sorry guys, minimal action) with the typical off-center humor you tend to find in Hong Kong movies. If you are a fan of those type of movies, as I am, and enjoy these actors, check this movie out.
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