Check out Ella's EP for tracks to Bad Girls OST.
1. 壞女孩 Bad Girl
2. 我就是我 I Am Who I Am
3. 懂我再愛我 Know Me To Love Me (ft. Tank)
4. 厚臉皮 Cheeky
5. 愛像什麼 What Love Is Like
6. 你被寫在我的歌裡 (室內樂版) You’ve Been Writing In My Song (Chamber version)
Chinese Title: 女孩壞壞/ Nu Hai Huai Huai
Cast: Ella Chen, Mike He, Ivy Lin, Beatrice Fang, Chris Wang, Jack Kao, Pan Li-Li, Wu Pao-Chun, Bi Xiao-Hai, Kitamura Toyoharu, Ying Wei-Min, Pang Chin-Yu
Date Released: April 3, 2012 (Taiwan)
Download Links: BDrip+softsubs // Mirrors…thanks Kaptain-A
Watch trailer: here
Plot: Ah Dan (played by Ella Chen) is a spunky high school girl, who, along with her best friends Pei Pei (played by Ivy Lin) and Hsiao Mi (played by Beatrice Fang), forms the notoriously prone-to-violence trio known as the “Bad Girls.” She takes it upon herself to deal out justice, protects females from bullies, and, most importantly, punish the insufferable males in her neighborhood. This summer, young popular idol Justin (played by Mike He) comes to Ah Dan’s school to shoot his latest romantic movie, and that makes the girls in town crazy for him including, Hsiao Hsi, Ah Dan’s little sister. However, it is the nonchalant Ah Dan who, by pure chance of fate, accidentally crashes into the filming lot, and is assigned the female lead role opposite the arrogant Justin! What Ah Dan doesn’t realize is Justin has a dark secret buried fill with unhappiness. Will Ah Dan have the right key to unlocked his secret heart?
Keane: You know, I love Ella’s acting since Hana Kimi (Taiwanese version) first broadcast in 2006. She can pull off those over-exaggerating expressions very well. She can make me laugh effortlessly. Just look at her! (✿◠‿◠)
You may also notice that Ella’s staple role is playing a tough cookie, the protagonist, our heroine, even in this movie, and has yet to take on a more challenging roll to diversify her craft, but I suppose if you got something that works then why fix it, eh? I’m gonna hope she tries a newly different role next time around, but that’s if she plans on staying in the industry for quite some time. I don’t know if Ella plans on retiring once she starts a family with her husband, Alvin. What if she does? I think I want to revoke my wish, and just prefer her in these quirky roles and offer me more laughter. That’s about it. I won’t share more on the other actors since I watched this film because of Ella. Seems like she was almost in every scene which made time fly by pretty quick, and maybe too quick at that.
Let me know if you like these kind of movies. Shall I keep going or change direction? I seem to stick in a particular genre. I’m a boring date, huh? Or report bad links herein page.