My Sassy Girl

June 26th, 2008







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Plot
A sweet Midwestern guy with his life planned out for himself is wooed, groomed, and ultimately dumped by a complicated, elusive gal.

Release Year: 2008

Rating: 6.0/10 (9,033 voted)

Director: Yann Samuell

Stars: Elisha Cuthbert, Jesse Bradford, Austin Basis

Storyline
My Sassy Girl is the tale of the first and last time Charlie Bello falls in love. From their initial meeting, trouble is the name of the game. Imagine an amorphous mass of dating disasters and you get an idea of the relationship between the young couple. Some mysterious force with the strength of gravity between two planets must be at play between Charlie and Jordan as the relationship truly makes no sense on the surface. Everything seems pitted against the two of them. Things suddenly come to a halt when the two write letters confessing their love for each other. Agreeing to meet a year later to read the love letters together, Charlie and Jordan go their separate ways.

Writers: Victor Levin, Jae-young Kwak

Cast:
Elisha Cuthbert - Jordan Roark
Jesse Bradford - Charlie Bellow
Austin Basis - Leo
Chris Sarandon - Dr. Roark
Jay Patterson - Roger Bellow
Tom Aldredge - Old Man
Louis Mustillo - Doorman
Brian Reddy - Mr. Phipps
Stark Sands - Soldier
Joanna Gleason - Kitty / Aunt Sally
Cherene Snow - Stationmaster
Kimberly Youngblood - Attractive Woman
Don Sparks - Security Officer
Sean Phillips - Swat Commander
William Abadie - Jean-Jacques

Release Date: 26 June 2008

Filming Locations: New York City, New York, USA

Opening Weekend: $23,606 (Thailand) (29 June 2008) (24 Screens)



Technical Specs

Runtime:

Goofs:
Audio/visual unsynchronized: When the soldier fires the rifle at the amusement park, it sounds like a normal rifle although it has the silencer on.

Quotes:
Charlie Bellow: On the reasons to stop seeing her side we have: One, on going physical danger. Two, high likely-hood of a broken heart. Three, uh career sabotage. Four, she is clinically insane. Five, she seems to enjoy my pain. Six, fourteen piece matched set of Louis Vuitton emotional baggage. Seven, I haven't even kissed her yet, for God's sakes. Uh eight, she's ruining my life.
Leo: And the reasons to keep seeing her?
Charlie Bellow: I'm in love with her.



User Review

Bad remake

Rating: 1/10

Im a big fan of the original Korean version. This Hollywood remake was a total failure.

The screenplay was bad. The story was much less convincing than the original.

In the original version, the girl was heartbroken, whose fiancé was killed in a tragic accident, and was really sassy. This made her character inner conflicted. On one side, she was a vulnerable, heartbroken girl. She was so beautiful, so sweet, so sad, like a princess lost her prince. On the other side, she was a furious, sassy, horrible lady. She was mad at the God, at the life, and even at herself. According to the typical standard she was not a decent girl. But sometimes, as i said, she was so sweet.

In the meantime, her boy, the boy, was confused. He had on idea about the accident. The girl was just a sassy beautiful girl. Himself, was a lazy, yet naive boy. He takes what the life gave him. Hardworking was not in his book. One day a beautiful girl came into his life. He didn't even know what was going on. He didn't even like the girl at first.

In the days he was with the girl, he was silently changed by the girl. From a outsider to a hardworking, life-loving boy.

The remake, however, gave us a geek who has a glorious future b4 he met the girl. In less than half an hour, they seemed bonded so much because of no reason. and What happened next seems so fake. Too much acting but true feelings.

In order to avoid the spoilers, there are few details above about the remake one.

The only reason to watch the remake is to know how remarkable the Korean version is and how trash this remake could be.









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