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Compre Exam Review Notes and Updates #1: Zhang Yimou/Campos/D&G/

DAY 1 – 3: REFERENCE HUNTING

With only a few days after the orientation last January 9, I spent my few days gathering all the book needed for the review. 295 more words

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REVIEW: THE GREAT WALL

REVIEW: THE GREAT WALL

Very rarely does one get to see a Hollywood production before it is released in the US and when the opportunity presented itself when THE GREAT WALL came to the Muscat screens, I lost no time in seeing it. 368 more words

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Chinese movies (2016 list)

A few days ago I wrote about the books related to China that I had read in 2016. Today I want to write about the Chinese movies I watched last year! 1,441 more words

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Chinese Fantasy, Tamil Thriller and Korean Exorcists

Kicking off the blog in the new year, here are the first three films I saw in 2017.

THE GREAT WALL

I’ve been a big fan of the Chinese Fifth Generation filmmakers since the beginning of their careers. 1,201 more words

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#MovieTrailer - The Great Wall - Coming Feb 2017!

Legendary – Published on Oct 8, 2016

The Great Wall – In Theaters This February
Official Trailer – http://www.thegreatwallmovie.com

Starring global superstar Matt Damon and directed by one of the most breathtaking visual stylists of our time, Zhang Yimou (Hero, House of Flying Daggers), Legendary’s The Great Wall tells the story of an elite force making a valiant stand for humanity on the world’s most iconic structure. 29 more words

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The Great Wall (2016): Another Whitewashing Story of Hollywood

Okay. So this is a late post since I watched this movie yesterday. The movie site is here.

The Great Wall is the latest movie from Beijing Film Academy Director Zhang Yimou (Farewell My Concubine, Hero, The Curse of The Golden Flower). 533 more words

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Movie Review: The Great Wall 长城

The Great Wall was recently released in China with much hype. Directed by the Zhang Yimou (director of Raise the Red Lantern, among many other critically-acclaimed films as well as the famed opening ceremony of the 2008 Beijing Olympics), and starring Matt Damon, it is bilingual and the first truly American and Chinese coproduction. 575 more words

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