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Cheng feng po lang is a movie starring Chao Deng, Eddie Peng, and Zanilia Zhao. In the near-death after an accident, a sports car driver time-travelled back to the 1990s to meet his severe father and never-seen mother in a small...

Fantasy, Drama, Comedy
Han Han
Chao Deng, Zanilia Zhao, Zijian Dong, Eddie Peng

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Genres Fantasy, Drama, Comedy
Director Han Han
Writer Han Han
Stars Chao Deng, Zanilia Zhao, Zijian Dong, Eddie Peng
Country China
Also Known As Duckweed, 乘風破浪, 乘风破浪
Runtime 1 h 42 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description In the near-death after an accident, a sports car driver time-travelled back to the 1990s to meet his severe father and never-seen mother in a small Chinese town.

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Wednesday, 17 Jun 2020 01:19

There is no denying that the Jackie Chan films are generally quite good and their DVD release is no exception. So I was very happy to hear that this was now available on DVD. What I was expecting was a more straightforward version of the films, but that's not what this is. In fact the DVD is probably the only DVD I've seen that doesn't have the need to run through the credits of the previous Jackie Chan films. Because it is a prequel to all the others it is also split into three parts (chapters) that were based on actual events. This was done by having the first four chapters in a chronological order. So this film tells the story of three little girls who are destined to become the latest of the "Golden Goddesses". It starts with these girls going to school where they discover that the local policeman is their idol. The policeman is played by their idol, they soon realise that this is a much bigger deal than they previously thought. The girls then have to discover who their real parents are. The real mother (played by Lau Ching Ho) is played by a beautiful Chinese actress. She is the mother to two little girls who had to be sold as slaves in China. The girls don't know how to react to this. Their mother dies and the girls are sent to a local Chinese family to have their eyes extracted. As this is a prequel I can't really say how it compares to the others. But this film has so many scenes that I had to look them up on the Internet to find out more about them. This film also has a fantastic soundtrack. One of my favourites is "Chin Nam Kin Kin" sung by Wong Jing. It's beautiful and sad. The film is very realistic. I have to admit that I had a bit of trouble getting the jokes in, as I had to re-watch it twice. But that's not to say that this film is not funny. I like the slapstick element in this film. I also really liked the 'futuristic' environment. But I can't say that this film is the best out there. The lead actresses are all very beautiful and have good chemistry with their characters. But the end is quite anticlimactic and could have been better. The ending is just about as good as they get for the prequels. But the film's overall message is still good. And the music really helped to make this film the best of its kind. But I still enjoyed this film. Overall, this is a must see for anyone who loves the Jackie Chan films.
Monday, 08 Jun 2020 03:24

Hong Kong film director Tsui Hark is a director that was a hit in his native country when he directed the sleeper hit "Flying Dog". Even if he doesn't have the prestige of some of his American and European peers, he does a great job of capturing the spirit of Hong Kong in the mid to late 70's. He also does a great job of capturing the look of Hong Kong from the early 70's onward. When I first saw the film I thought that the film looked great but I was wrong. The film was produced by the highly respected Herbert Yip and his wife Yip Cheung. The film was shot entirely on location in Hong Kong, not in the city of Hong Kong itself. The film looks like a silent film with very little dialogue. The film feels like it was shot on a sound stage. The film looks great, the set designs are stunning and the cast is wonderful. It is a true slice of Hong Kong life. One can easily see that Tsui Hark's hand was a bit too much in the editing and the final cut of the film. The characters that were shot in Hong Kong looked a little dark and washed out in some scenes and I thought the film would have been more interesting had the film been made in Hong Kong. I do not think that Tsui Hark wanted to make a "classic" Hong Kong film because he wanted to make a great film. However, I think that Tsui Hark has a great sense of humor and loves to poke fun at Hong Kong. I think that this film was very well shot and the film is very well acted. The acting is great. The actors play the roles very well. They are very believable. The film is very well acted. I think that Tsui Hark made the film a bit slow in parts and that is why some people might find it a bit dull but I thought the film was very well done and well worth watching. I enjoyed this film very much. I am not usually a fan of Hong Kong film but this film was so good and very well done that I can recommend this film to people that want to see a good Hong Kong film. This is one of the best films of 2003 so far.
Wednesday, 20 May 2020 07:54

The way in which so many people are judged, this movie had the potential to be a great Chinese movie but this was an astonishing surprise. I was the only one in the theatre to see this movie and was pleasantly surprised. It is very rare to see a movie like this, and what it is, is a comedy of manners. It has no politics and it is 100% naturalistic. The story is about a man, who was condemned to death by the guateng government, and decides to convince the other condemned men to run away from the guateng government, so that the two can live in a world that is not dictated by the guateng government. The story itself is very simple. It is about how a guy, who is once condemned to death by the guateng government, as well as all the condemned men he knows, decides to run away from the guateng government. How does this lead to such a shocking end? I cannot say more, so I will leave it at this. It is very easy to describe the way in which this movie was made, and it was very nice to see that the way in which so many people were judged. The fact that the movie was shot on the green screen, and the light was constantly changing, made it very funny. The visuals of the movie were incredible, especially the way in which the light was changing. The way the light changed was very well done. The colour in the movie was also amazing. There was a light that was blue, a light that was red, and a light that was green. This is a very light movie, and I must say that it was very much appreciated by the audience. I was not even bored for a second, I was just amazed and kept on watching. I would highly recommend this movie to anybody, and if you want to see a movie that is not popular in China, but is very good and not to be missed, I would definitely recommend this movie to you. It is very pleasant to see a movie that is not popular in China, but is great to see, and is very good to see. 9/10

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