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Ying is a movie starring Chao Deng, Li Sun, and Ryan Zheng. Life and intrigue in an ancient Chinese court.

War, History, Drama, Adventure, Fantasy, Action
Yimou Zhang
Qianyuan Wang, Chao Deng, Ryan Zheng, Li Sun

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Genres War, History, Drama, Adventure, Fantasy, Action
Director Yimou Zhang
Writer Wei Li, Yimou Zhang
Stars Qianyuan Wang, Chao Deng, Ryan Zheng, Li Sun
Country Hong Kong, China
Also Known As SHADOW 影武者, Σκιά, Vô Ảnh, Shadow, Jing, Cień, Sombra, 影, Senka, Jeng, Gölge Savaşçı
Runtime 1 h 56 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Set during China's Three Kingdom's era (AD 220-280). The story of a great king and his people, who will be expelled from their homeland and will aspire to claim it. The king, violent and ambitious, of mysterious methods and motives; his general, a visionary who yearns to win the final battle but needs to prepare his plans in secret; the women of the palace, who struggle to find redemption in a world where they have no place; and a commoner called "Lord of all the world", will be the characters around who turn the inexorable forces of this story.

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Thursday, 09 Jul 2020 21:21

After seeing the trailer for "A Good Year," I was prepared for some very cheesy special effects, but I was pleasantly surprised to see that it was not that. This film was truly the best of 2013. In an age of self-consciously-styled blockbusters and low-budget "kids" films, "A Good Year" is a film that can be enjoyed by adults and children. There is a definite message to be found in the film that is not given the most obvious way, but that is necessary to this story. You don't have to be a fan of the source material to appreciate the message of the film. One of the most memorable parts of the film is when Chang brings his father, a heavy weapon of war, to a train station in the middle of the night. He is then greeted by the guards who wait patiently for the train to arrive. Then the first guard goes to get the father. When he arrives at the train station, he sees the train doors open, and he goes into the station to find his father. There is a scene where Chang sees his father's face, and he is crying, and it is so sad. He is then told that his father died in battle, but is reminded by his father's name that his father died from wounds sustained in battle. The whole scene is so touching, and the entire scene is beautifully shot. You can really see that the director was not trying to make a "kids" film. It is not as simplistic as the average film, but the message is still there, and it is very powerful. Another great scene is when Chang is asking his father to let him visit his grandmother, and his father refuses. He says that he has a better idea for a younger brother. Chang then asks his father what his idea is. His father is very hesitant, but when Chang says that his father is his younger brother, his father says that he will let him visit his grandmother. That is when the final scene in the movie occurs. Chang then tells his father that he wants to go see his grandmother. His father says that he is going to go visit his grandmother. The whole scene is very powerful, and you can feel that it is all true. The entire movie has a very powerful message, and the actors in this movie are the best you will find in this year. They all did an excellent job, and they all did a fantastic job in the movie. The story was well written, and the characters were very well developed. The actors did an amazing job in portraying their characters, and the special effects were simply superb. I gave "A Good Year" a 9 out of 10, and it deserves that much. It is one of the best movies I have seen in 2013. I would recommend this movie to anyone, and it deserves a rating of 10 out of 10. It is truly a must-see movie. "A Good Year" is a movie you have to see.
Sunday, 21 Jun 2020 01:08

I had the great privilege of seeing The Hundred Foot Journey last night at the Columbia Studio in New York. What an experience, this movie was, I won't lie, I'm still reeling. I had the chance to meet director Lee Tamahori, and also the original author of the book, who was very gracious. I feel like I've met my new favorite author. When I first read the book, I was somewhat skeptical of this film adaptation. I wasn't sure that it would capture the essence of the book. However, I can't wait to see it again. The movie is set in the time of the Hundred Foot Journey and I loved that it didn't take itself too seriously. I really don't think that the movie would have worked as well as it did if the book had been more serious. The movie was all about the journey and the characters, which is a good thing, since they're all very well played and very memorable. There are some moments that could have been done better, but most of the actors in the movie were great and the actors who play the leaders of the Hundred Foot Journey are fantastic. The scenery of New Zealand is spectacular and there is one scene that was so moving and powerful that I couldn't help but cry. All in all, I highly recommend The Hundred Foot Journey. I'm so glad I went to see it. I feel like I'm living the book and reading the book right now. The Hundred Foot Journey is a must-see movie. It will be a lot more enjoyable if you go to see it when you're feeling down or overwhelmed with other movies.
Sunday, 14 Jun 2020 08:54

A beautifully photographed and animated epic of a Chinese Song of the year 962, The Emperor is My Brother is a fantastic piece of art, and will remain so for some time to come. I'll have to see it again on my own soon. The animation is nothing short of superb, and the scenes are perfectly done. Some parts of the film were totally out of place, but for the most part, the quality of the animation was flawless. The characters are very well done, and are filled with personality and depth, and are able to convey so much without words, as well as using gestures to convey feelings. This is a rare feat for animated films, and really makes it stand out. The voice acting was also very good, and each character had it's own voice, that was very easy to understand, and showed very little variation in their voice. Each character was also voiced by an actor of legendary quality, who was able to convey the emotions of the character, and make them stand out from the rest. The soundtrack was also fantastic. The score for this film was epic, and incredibly fitting, and added a whole new dimension to the film. The music was used in the film to emphasize certain scenes, and enhance them, and were used to show the emotions of each character, as well as conveying their feelings. There were some moments in the film where the music had a completely different feel to it, that was really impressive, and added to the intensity of the film. Overall, The Emperor is My Brother is an epic film, that will remain in my memories for a long time to come. The acting is excellent, and the animation is simply outstanding. I strongly suggest this film, and I'm looking forward to seeing it again very soon. Highly recommended!

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