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Qiao ke li zhong ji, translated as Chocolate Rap is a movie about teenagers finding their identity, and about life and peer pressure synonymous with young age. The story is also about the street life, street dancing in particular.
The movie is Okay, but nothing spectacular that will leave the audiences to remember this movie for a long time.
The dialogs sound unnatural and forced, and it hurts the movie as a whole. The facial expressions also did not reflect the dialogs. I mean, when the main actor is shouting to show that he is feeling angry, his facial expression seems to show that he is having constipation.
The movie moves at a very slow pace, it made the audiences bored fast. The plot developed very slowly, it is unbearable to watch it without the urge to fast forward the scenes.
The only thing that salvage this movie is the music in the movie. The catchy tunes and the dances is enjoyable to watch.
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