When he was just a little kid, Chad thought that the baby inside his mom’s belly would be a boy. On the baby due date, when his mom gave birth to a girl named instead, Chad got completely world-weary.
His dreams to play robots and manly play football with his little brother were destroyed because whenever he played with his little sister Jane, she would burst out crying and whining.
Since they were just little kids until they both grown up, Chad and Jane have fought about everything. It’s because Jane rather be like Chad’s mom than his little sister and Chad rather to be Jane’s burden than her big brother. Who else could be such a sucker big brother being poorer than his own little sister in every way like him? Whatever comparisions: learning, sport, look, behavior, Perfect Jane beats him in all.
The only opportunity that Chad can show off as a big brother is when there are any guys try to hit on Jane. Chad will put of air of importance to drive those guys away, as a revenge on Jene. That is the reason why Jane has to conceal the love relationship of her and Moji, a half-Japanese guy who is more than perfect.
Jane doesn’t want this love to be ruined by her big brother again like he used to do. But love is not a secret. Chad eventually finds out that Jane is secretly dating Moji. How could Chad give them a green light? As we told you, whatever makes Jane happy, the decent big brother like Chad will definately never let it happen!
Cast & Credits
I'm going to try and shorten it without giving the whole movie, but I doubt that so if yalls wanna know the full story, hahah here it is, but basically growing up, Yaya was the favored child because she excels academically compares to her brother. She comes back from Japan and goes to work at a Japanese company where she meets Nickhun & they end up dating (in which the movie did not show how they ended up dating like, it literally just jumped in saying they are dating and not going to tell the brother). Sunny works for an advertising company (I would say, cause I swear they didn't say) and ends up having to take a project from the Japanese company. During a meeting, the company wasn't happy so told him to change his marketing idea which he then refused and talked about how he is going to sell the idea to a different company in which Nickhun overheard in the toilet. He told Sunny that he'll have to quit because it is the policy of the company but Sunny threatens Nickhun that he'll break Yaya and his relationship, with that he promised to keep it as a secret, but his boss heard and told him that he'll be transferred back to the "mother company" in Japan so he can learn the policy and basically starts from point zero again. Disheartened about this, Nickhun decides to propose to Yaya but she refused saying she can't leave everything behind. She writes a letter to the advertising company to demote her brother because of what he did to Nickhun, with that they were in an unstable siblings relationship. Anyways, Yaya & Nickhun ends up reconciling and he tells her that he is going to quit and find a new job in Thailand so he can stay with her, & she just say the typical, no you don't have to do this for me and stuff. So they decides to get marry for real; the day to the family gets to meet each other rolls around, & on her side is her brother which is representing her mum and dad. Her brother basically showed no manners and shit all and when he founds out Yaya was going to move to Japan after the marriage, he straight up said no, there isn't going to be a wedding. They go home and have a massive fight about siblings stuff and she tells him to leave cause she is going to sell the house. Sunny gets fired from his work because he was drinking, but finds another job quickly thanks to his sister but he doesn't know. On the day of her marriage he did not showed up (even though I swear they reconciled the night before but alrighto), instead he finds out that Yaya helped him with his new job. The next day their mother asked him where he went and hands him the house deed telling him his sister is giving the house to him, he then flips and say stupid shit, like are you happy that I'm a loser and shit, all the looked down insults someone can say basically. The day for her to leave to japan arrives and they still never reconciled. She lived happily and had two kids until her brother decides to go and visit her. The end. // okay, it is really a spoiler but the trailer did no justice alright so I had to tell. I actually love the storyline, because it did not entirely base it on love like relationship, but family love, siblings quarrels and how you can overcome it. Like I have siblings and I can actually relate, we'll quarrel over the most useless shit or say stuff to each other but never really meant it, but what can you do when you already said it. Like sorry isn't going to fix what you've already done, like the saying, you need to think before you speak because words hurt. I guess this movie will relate more to those who have siblings but I mean if you are the only child I guess it could relate to you too because maybe you always had wanted a sibling/s.
The acting was superb, like idk, I always say they same stuff in my other reviews but like they really portrayed it really well.
I just friggen love the morlum instrumentals when Sunny takes them to the club. haha
I'll definitely rewatch this when I have nothing to watch.
It was a really great movie. Although I did find the second half boring I still watched it all, because it really relates to me.
The story was, honestly, simple but so damn real (especially the relationship between the siblings in the last half part of the movie) and pretty innovative (to me) since this is the first movie that I've seen that deals with that topic. This movie its hilarious (I couldn't stop laughing in the first half part of the movie) and at the same time "dramatic" because it narrates something extremely sad but so actual...
The actors that portrayed the siblings were just amazing. They did an awesome job, I really felt their emotions (I even cried like a baby watching the movie).
The music was pretty good. It really matched the situations and they even made a nod to Yaya's song "Make it happen" (actually, if I'm not wrong, Yaya is the featuring).
I would definitely rewatch this one day (probably forcing my friends to watch it).