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Mei hao de yi wai is a movie starring Lun-Mei Kwei, Jingchun Wang, and Na-Na OuYang. Dying prematurely in a car crash, a woman first returns as a wife and mother of 2 for a week, before returning to be the single lawyer again....

Genres
Comedy, Fantasy
Director
Wi Ding Ho
Starring
Lun-Mei Kwei, Na-Na OuYang, William Wang, Jingchun Wang

All Systems Operational

Product details

Genres Comedy, Fantasy
Director Wi Ding Ho
Writer Je-Yeong Kim, Harry Segall, Zhichao Ha, Jialin Zhou
Stars Lun-Mei Kwei, Na-Na OuYang, William Wang, Jingchun Wang
Country China
Also Known As Beautiful Accident, 美好的意外
Runtime 1 h 44 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 Dying prematurely in a car crash, a woman first returns as a wife and mother of 2 for a week, before returning to be the single lawyer again. However, there's no name or body switch so is it real or just a dream? Will she learn something?

Top reviews

Friday, 19 Jun 2020 15:36

When an untrained Hong Kong action director decides to tell a Hong Kong action story, he often gets very stuck in the middle. One thing that is constantly bugging him is that his version of the action genre often looks like a mini-mashup of his films, with the typical American action film actors in the lead roles and the Hong Kong actors running around in their wigs and bikinis. Tai-Fong Lee's new film, "Hail, Caesar!", deals with a similar problem. While Lee himself would like to keep the two styles separate, he does at least see a lot of the similarity between his film and other films. "Hail, Caesar!" deals with the rise of a young martial arts master from the streets of Hong Kong to the power he's achieved. While the plot may be more predictable than usual, it is still an interesting film, and certainly one of the better recent Hong Kong action films. Lee has always been able to put his own stamp on action films, with the Chinese Connection and the following two films. His directorial style is usually distinctive, with many sequences including the occasional slow-motion shot, and he's always got a good handle on the setting, especially Hong Kong action. While "Hail, Caesar!" does indeed share the aesthetic of Lee's work, it doesn't quite reach his standards. It's often a bit slow, and the climax is a bit lackluster, but at least Lee has found a way to keep the style of his films. Some of the action sequences are a little cheesy and the characters are a little flat, but the film is still worth watching.


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