A case of haunted hair extensions is played up for laughs in Oh! My Ghost Khun Phee Chuay (โอ้! มายโกสต์ คุณผีช่วย a.k.a. OMG!), a comedy that is lifted by the considerable talent of Sudarat “Tukky” Butrprom, her easy chemistry with co-star Cris Horwang and slick production under the direction of Puttipong Promsakha Na Sakon Nakhon (First Love, 30+ Singles on Sale). Tukky is Kitty, a young Northeasterner in Bangkok who is struggling to break into showbiz. She auditions for all the TV talent shows, only to be turned down at every turn. To earn a living, she wears a lizard costume as a mascot to a trio of campily catty “pretties” – presentation models in the bathtub section of a home-improvement store. Kitty desperately wants to show she is every bit as glamorous and talented as the plastic, botoxed models and so she decides to get hair extensions. But soon after, she has the feeling that she is being followed, and it turns out she’s right – it’s a pale-faced ghost of a woman with bright red lips, played by none other than Cris Horwang. Kitty, desperate to find out why she’s being haunted, seeks help from a bar owner (Kom Chaunchuan) who dabbles as a spirit medium. Turns out the ghost is Bee, a model, actress and dancer whose soul is somehow been left to wander, but she’s become attached to Kitty because the hair extensions are from her head. After Kitty’s initial shock wears off, she lays down a few ground rules, such as not appearing scarily pale and generally refraining from being frightening. Which is a genius move, because it would be insane to have cute Cris Horwang in your movie and have her be in scary ghost makeup the whole time. Bee wants Kitty to contact her fashion-photographer boyfriend (Anusorn “Yong Armchair” Maneeted) and somehow patch things up with him because the last time they were together they fought because he wanted her to cut her hair. So, while trying to devise ways to get close to the man, the gals bond, and dancer Bee, whose speciality is bungee-assisted ballet, helps Kitty come up with an act for her next talent show audition. This is fun stuff, with Bee “inhabiting” Kitty’s body. Here’s where Tukky’s gift for physical comedy really comes through, with the diminutive round-figured actress somehow able to telegraph the graceful moves of the lithe, long-limbed Chinese-Thai Bangkokian Cris. Eventually there’s a plot twist that leads to shenanigans in a hospital. Charoenporn “Kotee” Onlanmai is brought aboard as an undertaker who is part of the solution, but he gets sidetracked during an unplanned detour to the cosmetic surgery department and comes back with breast implants (they’re actually his real man boobs). Also, Tukky dresses as a nurse, which is more fun. There’s probably a message in Oh! My Ghost about how folks shouldn’t feel limited because of their body type, etc., but perhaps I’m overthinking it. Quite simply, it’s an enjoyable, smartly scripted comedy that clicks right along and lets Tukky shine.
当一个年过三十的「剩女」与一个美鬼女模特儿24小时共处肉身时，一切皆有可能发生……。凯蒂（杜琪 饰）是个众多品牌的形象代言人，她不仅对自己所热爱的事业：幼教表演教师坚贞不移，她还有一个伟大的梦想，那就是上一次电视。她一直全力以赴的追逐梦想， 目标是在达人秀比赛中获胜。但有一件事是凯蒂超极不愿意接受的，那就是跟《鬼做朋友》。这位鬼朋友Bee（克丽丝霍旺饰）以前的职业是人气超模，但刚刚在 三个月前去世了。但这位鬼朋友，却让凯蒂歇斯底里地仰天长啸道：我不想要！Bee总是让凯蒂帮这、帮那，尤其是帮男人的事情。这让凯蒂甚为懊恼，世上有千 千万万人，为何这位鬼朋友偏偏挑上她呢？ 一天24小时与鬼形影不离，简直比情人还亲密。自从被鬼缠上以后，这位「剩女」的生活究竟发生了什麼翻天覆地的变化呢？