Three thieves try to steal a valuable jade that is tightly guarded by a security chief. But the security guards are not the only obstacle these thieves are facing. An extremely unlucky ... See full summary »
A boss of a toy corporation, Chenggong Li, tries to head back to Chan Sar to celebrate the Chinese New Year with his family. However, plans don't go as smoothly after he crosses paths with a stranger, Geng Niu.
During the Japanese occupation of China, two prisoners are dumped in a peasant's home in a small town. The owner is bullied into keeping the prisoners until the next New Year, at which time... See full summary »
A young swordsman in 1930's China returns home to try and solve a five-year-old murder case. Described as the third installment of the gangster trilogy that includes "Let The Bullets Fly" and "Gone With The Bullets."
it is not easy to make a film that never changes its location. Everything happened in a 24 hours of convenient store late in one night. It was able to keep me interested for the entire length of the film.
It has a few cliché funny moments, you can just predict what is going to happen next.
I liked the moments when the backgrounds change one piece at a time, it was quite unique. I had to rewind them just to see them to happen again.
Comparing with early Chinese mainland films, this one is different. it doesn't have any pro-communist propaganda. All the actors really know how to make you laugh.
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