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'The Great Wall' Brings Zhang Yimou & Matt Damon To New York Comic-Con

EXCLUSIVE: The Great Wall is coming to the Theatre at Madison Square Garden for New York Comic-Con. Director Zhang Yimou plus cast members Matt Damon, Jing Tian, Junkai Wang and Pedro Pascal will be appearing onstage at the East Coast confab for a panel presentation on October 8 at 12:30 PM. 186 more words

Breaking News

China Plays Media Power Games in Asia

The rise of nationalism in China has turned the country’s film industry into a riskier business and could damage the box office and popularity of mainland Chinese productions abroad. 462 more words

Festivals

The International Poster For 'THE GREAT WALL' Starring Matt Damon

Check out the international poster that Legendary Pictures and Universal Pictures’ have released for their upcoming film THE GREAT WALL starring Matt Damon, which can be seen down below! 60 more words

Wordpress

China: Along the Tea Horse Road (PHOTOS)

In Yunnan province, visitors can still step back into the Ming dynasty.

On the dashboard of our van, a solar-powered Tibetan prayer wheel spins continuously as we make our way through the bumpy roads linking… 240 more words

Religion

摇啊摇,摇到外婆桥 ★★★

“摇啊摇,摇啊摇,摇到外婆桥……”这首歌谣时不时地出现在我的童年,之前一直以为摇的是摇篮,在电影里,是船。无论用什么摇,都摇去了烦恼忧愁。对影片中每一个大人来说都是这样,唯独那个孩子的世界被摇得天翻地覆。

水生从乡下来到上海由六叔照应着给上海滩“老大”的情妇小金宝当了随从。他谨言慎行,好奇与畏惧在内心纠结的同时向不同方向扩展着他的眼界。六叔没了,但他的眼睛还没闭上;水生要紧随小姐,就像六叔说的那样。逃难到小岛后,小金宝因为好奇与寂寞连累了岛上生活的两个大人。她与老二的事被挑明后也离死不远了,在雨中最后一搏,到了也没看清是怎么死的。水生被吊在船上,小姑娘要变成小金宝。他们接着摇啊摇,水生能理解眼前这些无忧的人吗?

从乱世中看出人的渺小,从孤岛上看出人的浮躁,生活写照。影片中的对白和画面都格外真实。巩俐所演绎很多角色内心的强烈感情都会触动我,甚至会让我有一种错觉,感到在银幕上难过的是至亲之人。于自己,剪不断,理还乱;于其他角色却任人宰割。作为观众,能做的,能帮上的,只是在黑暗中静静地看着,用在银幕另一边偷窥而来的经验教训在这世上免去几丝烦恼吧。

90年代

XL Popcorn - Red Psalm / Red Sorghum

So continueth the dictated film reviews! Damn these wrists!

List Item: Watch all of the “1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die”
Title: Red Psalm (Még kér a nép) 756 more words

In Progress

China's film industry: Blocked by its own Great Wall

Written by Leung Wing-Fai.

Commenting on the increasingly tight connections between China and Hollywood, Stanley Rosen observed that this was a “win-win” situation; China has the market, Hollywood has the talent. 1,392 more words

China