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When I was little, in Romania, I saw about three Chinese films, all made in that imbecile communist period, very very hard to see. This Chinese production (also with some American, Australian and Canadian help) is not even close to what were those idiotic propaganda films. As I said in the review for "Kong: Skull Island", "Kong: Skull Island" and "The Great Wall" they have something in common. And I do not mean only the actress Jing Tian, present in both and Legendary Entertainment, as one of the producing companies for both films. I refer in particular the monsters and the "very special"(I mean, very good) special effects. They look very well in both movies. I liked Matt Damon more in "Jason Bourne" and "The Martian" but he's OK here too. The whole film is OK. Tian Jing is distinguished and sweet.
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