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Ver Wu ming zhi bei

Wu ming zhi bei is a movie starring Jianbin Chen, Suxi Ren, and Binlong Pan. While two criminals hide out at a woman's apartment after a botched robbery, an ex-cop tries to find a missing gun.

Genres
Comedy
Director
Xiaozhi Rao
Starring
Jianbin Chen, Yu Zhang, Suxi Ren, Binlong Pan

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Product details

Genres Comedy
Director Xiaozhi Rao
Writer Zhilong Lei, Xiaozhi Rao
Stars Jianbin Chen, Yu Zhang, Suxi Ren, Binlong Pan
Country China
Also Known As 无名之辈, 無名之輩, A Cool Fish
Runtime 1 h 49 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 While two criminals hide out at a woman's apartment after a botched robbery, an ex-cop tries to find a missing gun.

Top reviews

Saturday, 18 Jul 2020 06:57

In A Classic of Chinese Comedy, a group of Chinese, led by a bumbling, foolhardy monk, becomes a target for a British gang that arrives in China to be robbers. The film has a lot of Chinese humour. A lot of it is directed at American audiences and audiences who don't understand Chinese. You'll laugh, or you'll probably be sad. The film is a good mixture of comedy and drama. The humour is quite hilarious, and many of the jokes are quite well known in the UK. The drama is good, but not so good that you don't understand. The film has a great production, though some of the shots are slightly cheesy. The film was shot in China. Although there were no foreign actors, the film still has a Chinese feel. The characters in the film are the most realistic, including the characters of the Chinese gang. The supporting cast is also great. The director does a good job of blending a sense of Chinese humour and humour with some comedy, and in the end the film is a good film. The story is not very original. The story is more or less an American family getting in trouble in China. The film is a decent mix of comedy and drama, with a bit of humour mixed in. The cast is also good. There are some famous British actors in the film, but none of them really stand out. The film is a decent mix of comedy and drama, but the story is not very original. The film is filmed in China, and this adds a good sense of Chinese humour. Overall, I would recommend this film to people who can understand Chinese. If you don't understand Chinese, don't watch the film.
Friday, 15 May 2020 00:05

This is a fantastic movie and the only Chinese movie i can think of that's half-way "real" and half-way "artsy". When i heard that Li Gong was in it, i expected a super-cute chick-flick movie, and it turned out to be something much, much more. It's a very interesting story, with lots of twists and turns, but it's very touching and heart-warming. The cinematography is incredible. The pacing is superb, and it all fits together to create a beautiful and captivating film. The acting, however, is what makes this movie stand out. Li Gong, who I thought was a cute and funny actress, really shines in this movie. Her acting is really a part of the movie, and she does a fantastic job. She seems very natural and doesn't overact at all. The supporting cast, though, is equally good. The supporting cast is, in my opinion, the best part of the movie. The chemistry between them is great, and they do a fantastic job in their roles. I like how they all do what they do, without saying a single line. They make you root for them and care for them, which is nice. I was very surprised by how amazing the movie was. I liked it so much, that I decided to go and see it again. I was very surprised by the depth of the story, and I love how it keeps getting deeper and deeper. I hope the director uses this movie to inspire people to go see more movies like this. It's really something different and very refreshing. Overall, this movie is great. It's not just some chick-flick or anything, but a movie that you should definitely see, and I'm looking forward to seeing more of his movies.


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