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Ver Xia You Qiao Mu

Xia You Qiao Mu is a movie starring Kris Wu, Geng Han, and Shan Lu. Xia Mu is a troubled child whose salvation comes in the form of Shu Yawang. When something terrible happens to her, he seeks revenge. Nothing is the same in their...

Romance, Drama
Jin-gyu Cho
Shan Lu, Joo Won, Kris Wu, Geng Han

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Genres Romance, Drama
Director Jin-gyu Cho
Stars Shan Lu, Joo Won, Kris Wu, Geng Han
Country China
Also Known As Passion Heaven, Sweet Sixteen, Summer Tears in Paradise
Runtime 1 h 33 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 Xia Mu is a troubled child whose salvation comes in the form of Shu Yawang. When something terrible happens to her, he seeks revenge. Nothing is the same in their lives after that.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 17 Jun 2020 04:51

I would agree with others who say this movie has some strong acting. However, its obvious that it is a very high budget movie, and the scenes and the music are very strong, making this movie a very enjoyable one. The audience never really knows who is controlling or what is happening, and at first, it is hard to believe what is happening, but you get used to it as the movie progresses. In terms of storyline, it is definitely the story that stands out from the rest. The main storyline revolves around two people, Yu Xun and Zhong Yun, both the sons of the prominent but ill-fated husband of Hu Jing, played by Chi Niu. Yu Xun is the son of the man that Hu Jing killed and does not believe he has a son, and his wife Zhong Yun is the wife of the man that Hu Jing killed, and as such, the plot focuses on their relationship. In the movie, you see the two of them being close, but their relationship is not like brothers in the conventional sense. As such, the plot moves along slowly. As a result, it is really hard to relate to the characters and to understand their thoughts and feelings. The characters are both very believable, and with the exception of Zhong Yun, it is difficult to believe that the two of them would have the same romantic relationship. However, this is how the movie portrays their relationship. The acting of the two leads are also amazing, and their friendship is really something that you will feel as if you were on their side. Overall, I highly recommend this movie.
Saturday, 06 Jun 2020 11:43

I was quite surprised and very happy with this movie. The setting is very different from the previous story, but it does not feel as "wrong" as the previous one. There is a slight difference in the way that the two main characters are introduced, but I did not notice it. They both seem very human. The main characters of this movie are both very mature, and they manage to find a happy and believable way to describe their feelings for each other. The most obvious characteristic of the movie is the sound. The movie is completely silent. I think that this is a very good thing. The only one who I noticed the sound of in the movie was the camera, so that's not a problem. The sound is very important for the main characters to feel that they are actually experiencing something or hearing something. As I said, the main characters of this movie were very mature, and managed to find a comfortable way to describe their feelings. I am very interested in seeing the sequels. I hope the two main characters do not meet again. This movie is a very good adaptation of a novel. It is very good for English speaking audiences because there are very few English words in the whole movie, and it does not have to be in every sentence. I think that the book would be a very good example of how to translate a novel into a movie. The story of the novel, however, is about love and caring, so I am not sure if it would be best if I did the movie in Chinese, but I am not sure if the movie would be a good way to adapt it.
Tuesday, 26 May 2020 18:36

One year after its release, "The Painted Bird" is an interesting movie, one which I'd consider one of Hong Kong's best. On one level it is a very cute film about two teenage siblings, who are living in the mountains of Shaanxi province. I think the movie is much better than you might expect. This is a very slow and beautiful film, with a brilliant soundtrack and excellent performances by all the characters, the writer himself, Yip Man. It is a story about a young girl named Fei (Zhang Ziyi), who comes to live with her father, Mr. Zhao (Ting Li), on a ranch of his own. At the same time she meets handsome Su Hong (Chow Yun Fat), and their friendship develops, although they do not get along at first. Fei knows she's different from all of her sisters, which leads to them both being expelled from the family's other home, and they live in the mountains. Fei's family is not very accepting of her being away, and she finds herself in a strange situation. One day while her father is out of town, she meets a young man named Su (John Pann) and he invites her home. She falls for him, but their relationship isn't very conventional. Fei makes a decision to decide what kind of life she wants to lead. This movie has a very good storyline, and it shows that it's not easy for teenagers to get along, even with a love interest. The director is very good, and the writing is also very good. It's also a beautiful film, with wonderful performances. But I think it's best for people to see it for themselves, and judge for themselves. If you have a child of any age, or even if you're a parent yourself, you'll probably enjoy this film a lot. I think it's one of Hong Kong's best, and the best Hong Kong film to date.
Tuesday, 05 May 2020 14:10

This is the second Chinese film to be nominated for an Academy Award, following Dali, which won the prize for Best Foreign Language Film in 1990. This movie was about a boy named Qi Zhong who is mute, but he finds a sense of humor by pretending to be deaf and blind. He is only a boy, but is, like many Chinese children, devoted to studying and studying. He goes to a school to learn about the Mandarin, as well as about French and English. Although he may seem to be in need of special treatment, he is taken in by the school, where he has a teacher named Mrs. Chen. When he speaks, the others find the funny, and Mrs. Chen loves his interest in the language. Although he has to go through a difficult period in his life, he has a hard time adjusting to society, and the trouble he faces, when he finds a translation device in his room, makes him realize the importance of giving up, even if he is blind. As with many Chinese children, he is also a rock star in China, making people laugh. At a moment's notice, a tragic accident occurs, where Qi Zhong is killed, and he is found by a widow. His parents were divorced, and his mother has left him a room for him to live in. He still has a lot of love for her, and he decides to tell her he is deaf and blind, and she believes him. After her and her son try to go to his school, he refuses to go with them, but has to stay at home, which in a way is hard for him, as he has trouble reading. He comes to see her several times, but she does not understand him. He can not tell her he is blind. Although she asks him to read to her, he only writes pictures on paper, and he cannot read, so he can not express his love for her. This film was nominated for the Oscar, and was made by Hou Xiaogang, who won a Golden Globe for Best Director for this movie, in 1996. He also made the excellent Tangled, another wonderful film. The movie is so good, that it made the best films at the Oscars. There were also some good movies, such as the original Topsy Turvy, which was good, and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, which was good. This is a must see film.

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