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...Let me think about what else such kind words I could find to describe this Worst film of 2016 out of China. What we got here is a bunch of stupid and childish Chinese young men who attended a supposed to be reputed university in Shanghai as seniors, all lived on campus dormitory, would graduate soon since it's the last year of their college education. But what we saw was just a bunch of morons, spoiled brats. The ridiculous, absurd screenplay was one of the worst that I've ever encountered so far in viewing the Chinese films. The directing was non-exist, the acting of all the participants of those young guys, male or female, were absolutely no talent at all. A film that ridiculed the Chinese college education and those who attended colleges for better education. Nothing in this film was right but a messy Farce! If you enjoy watching this farce, then I have to strongly suggest that you have your I.Q. retested sooner than later and go back sucking from your mother's nipples for more organic milk in order to re-grow normally.
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