VietNamNet Bridge - “Bóng ma học đường” delves into issues faced by teens with relation to family, love, and school violenceThree eagerly awaited Tet releases -- “Thien su 99”, “Bong ma hoc duong,” and “Co dau dai chien” -- all star hot actors and actresses.
A scene from "Bride in a big fight".
“Bóng ma học đường,” the first Vietnamese 3D film, produced by Thien Ngan Movie JSC and directed by Le BaoTrung, delves into issues faced by teens with relation to family, love, and school violence.
The horror-comic flick narrates the story of horror writer Nam Linh played by renowned comedian Hoai Linh.
After killing himself, Linh becomes an old ghost under a ghost lord who also controls a group of super-bad teenage ghosts. Elly Tran plays a teen ghost who always bullies Linh.
Linh is ordered by the ghost lord to kill his son if he wants to save his soul. In the process of grappling with this cruel dilemma, Linh discovers the issues facing children, including his son.
This film also seeks to shed light on the causes of school violence, a burning topic last year after many video clips of fights between teenage girls were posted online.
Elly Tran appears in a bikini along with other beautiful ghosts played by Ngoc Diep and Quynh Anh. The Vietnamese-Chinese beauty is well known to netizens for boasting about her bust and hip measurements.
The film also stars Hoang Son, Wanbi Tuan Anh, Truong Quynh Anh, Thien Minh, Dinh Ngoc Diep, and Tim.
The film will be released nationwide January 26.
“Thiên sứ 99” (Heavenly messenger 99), produced by Phuoc Sang Company, is a humorous and gentle love story of Thien Minh, the son of a Love Goddess, who is banished to the earth to look for a love arrow that he lost.
Thien Minh must obtain 99 love expressions from girls to regain the arrow and his power. When he is about to complete his mission, he recognizes he is in love.
Will he return to heaven or stay back?
Thien Minh is played by hottie Huynh Anh.
Critics have, however, panned his acting as awkward, the film as lacking humor, and Diem My’s dialogues for not being smooth.
The film also stars singers Ngo Kien Huy and Khong Tu Quynh.
The critics also said the screenplay is sloppy and the photography modest. But Phuoc Sang believes its film, released nationwide January 21, will be successful.
“Cô dâu đại chiến” (Bride in a big fight) is a laugh-a-minute about a love story between five girls and a guy named Thai played by Huy Khanh.
Thai is the only son of a rich family and leads a fast life. He flirts with four girls with different personalities and backgrounds at the same time.
All of them eventually fall in love with him and seek various ways to express their love, leading to a series of funny happenings.
One day Thai falls in love with a gentle, beautiful girl named Linh, played by Ngoc Diep. Linh is a painter. She believes in Thai’s love and he decides to say goodbye to his other girlfriends and marry Linh.
On their wedding day, Thai’s four former lovers appear with weapons in their hands. A fight breaks out among the girls, causing chaos.
Critics and many artists think this is the best film to be released during Tet. The film also features several attractive actors and actresses.
Source: Tuoi Tre