China's deadliest special forces operative settles into a quiet life on the sea. When sadistic mercenaries begin targeting nearby civilians, he must leave his newfound peace behind and return to his duties as a soldier and protector.
Hong Kong police negotiator Lee Chung-Chi has learned that his 16 year old daughter Wing-Chi has disappeared while in Thailand. He travels to Thailand and teams up with Chinese officer Tsui... See full summary »
A talk show documentary comparing the highly profitable Japanese policies (anti-War; anti-comsunpution tax; anti-nuclear) to Abe-regime's neo liberalist policies, and Abe Shinzo regime's scandalous stories.
This documentary shows that how Japanese citizens determined to fight against Abe regime's War and the Law of Jungle policy. Instead more than eight hundreds participants stated that opposition to Abe regime.
A Super Introduction to Rakugo the Movie, a TV series is an attempt to easily introduce classical rakugo tales by only one rakugo teller with live action actors that their dialogues are verbally replaced by one rakugo teller.
This is a film about how the protagonist, unemployed worker Tamiya is forced to accept the slavery under the black company. His wife Noriko suggests him to not accept the offer from the black company, but..
Leng Feng (acted by Jing Wu), a former soldier being discharged from the Chinese Army for his fierce action - having killed a real estate company boss in town, was wandering for his life in Africa, serving as a mercenary providing security to passengers abroad. No matter how badly off Feng was, someone was still in his mind: Long Xiaoyun, Feng's fiancee, who had been kidnapped and lost contact with him for three years. Feng was wearing a bullet as a clue to represent her. One night in a pub, Feng and his local friends were attacked by some rebel forces who aimed to overthrow the African government. The Rebels and mercenaries troops arrived. Bullets, fire and bombs were hitting the place with blood everywhere. The Chinese nationals were in great danger. The Chinese fleet arrived to evacuate the Chinese nationals, but later Feng learned that some Chinese workers were still stuck in a factory whereas a doctor, who knew the deadly virus Lamanla, was stuck in a hospital. Feng headed to ... Written by
Agnes Chan Tsui-shan
Went to watch the movie yesterday as I heard it was a big hit in China. I am not the biggest fan of Chinese movies, but this one really impressed me. I have watched Wolf Warrior which I would consider as a good movie, but II is way much better. It is the first Chinese movie that is built on the context of African country and actually shot in South Africa, bearing the risk of suffering the disturbance on the set. The way the plot unfolds and the courage and patriotism is delivered to its audience makes it more than a simple action movie. Love this movie and will go for it a second time.
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