Download Always Be My Maybe (2019) Dual Audio Hindi-English 720p in 938MB and 480p in 308MB. This is a dual audio movie and available in 720p & 480p & 1080p qualities. This is one of the best movie based on Comedy, Romance.
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- Movie Name: Always Be My Maybe
- Year: 2019
- Language: Dual Audio (Hindi-English)
- Subtitle: Yes [English]
- Links: Google Drive
- Quality: 480p WebRip | 720pWebRip
- Size: 308MB | 938MB
- Format: Mkv
A pair of childhood friends end up falling for each other when they grow up.
I’ve always loved Ali Wong’s stand up special so I was excited to see her acting in her comedic glory and she didn’t disappointing! This movie was consistently funny with a tender and none mean spirited awkward humor.
Download Always Be My Maybe (2019) Dual Audio Hindi 720p [938MB]
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There were a few laughs and there’s a nice feel-good factor in here. Ali Wong and Keanu Reeves were great, as well.
However, in certain parts, the characters’ actions were so over the top, creating a drastic change in tone that broke immersiveness in the ‘romance’ of the story.
I didn’t believe in the great love or even friendship between the two leads because a long relationship like that is more than a few jokes and one sexual encounter. There was no sense of them having been through a lot together or knowing each other’s unique quirks or talking about big life stuff and finding out each other’s values.
Also, one part at the end surprised me by being construed as a romantic gesture on Ali Wong’s part. I am sure that most people in real life would be angry and upset that what they thought was their business booming turned out to be a loved one secretly throwing money at the problem.
While I can see Ali Wong’s character as being an amazing; desirable woman, Randall Park’s character came off as immature to the point of being selfish and mean-spirited, hence not likeable or attractive.
His ‘growth’ and realization at the end felt like too little, too late. It came off as a man who seemed to do a one-eighty because he had nothing else in his life anyway, rather than someone who grew into himself and finally realised he appreciated her.
The trailer had me hooked. I thought it was going to be a clever rom com about returning to your roots. I thought it would show the importance of love and family over fame. Sure, the movie ended on that point for the last five minutes. But the character development was lacking. The characters would love someone, then yell at them, hate them, then repeat. Their actions were impulsive. It finally ends happy but doesn’t explain how the characters changed inside in order to get to that point. It felt very sad and like people only cared about themselves, except for when it benefited themselves to care about someone else. The characters were punny but I really didn’t get to know them.