30 Aug ’10

Top Chinese Movies – August 2010

Popular Chinese Mainland Movies

1. Aftershocks (aka Tangshan Dadizhen)

Director: Xiaogang Feng

Starring: Jingchu Zhang, Daoming Chen, Fan Xu, Yi Lu, Guoqiang Zhang

Release Date: 2010-07-22

Genre: drama

Plot: It is based on the Tangshan Earthquake in 1976 that took the lives of 240,000 people. In 1976 Tangshan, Yuan Ni lives in a small apartment with her husband and their twins Fang Deng and Fang Da. Yuan Ni expresses to her husband her desire to have one more child, and they get into the back of their truck after putting their son and daughter to bed. Suddenly the ground shakes, and buildings begin tumbling down.

Source: Wikipedia IMDB


2. Rose War of Nana (aka Na Na De Mei Gui Zhan Zheng)

After a 6-year relationship, Ding Na decides to get married. However, her boyfriend falls in love with the art appraiser Xiao Yu, whose ex-boyfriend Luo Yang still wants to get her back. Therefore, Luo Yang asks Ding Na to help him carry out a plan that will get both of their lovers back.


3. My Belle Boss (aka Wo De Mei Nv Lao Ban)

Da Xiong works in IT industry. One day, he runs into the beautiful Xiao Ai who drives an expensive car. After a series of embarrassing incidents, Da Xiong has to “sell” himself to Xiao Ai. In the meantime, Da Xiong finds out that his new boss is Xiao Ai’s twin sister Emma

4. Taste of Spring (aka Da Jie Nan)

In 1931 before the big harvest, an army of Japanese “businessmen” intrudes into a village. They want the crops, and they want more. Now they’re here to stay, but a girl who hides in the hill swears she’ll get them out of her village.

5. Love Forward (aka Ai Yao Xiang Qian Chong)

The relationship between Mu Ran and Song Xiao Jun is bogged down in crisis. Meanwhile, Xiao Jun’s stylish grandpa and Mu Ran’s overseas grandma announce that they’re in a relationship. To please this two, Mu Ran and Xiao Jun have to move in to live with them.

6. Driverless (aka Wu Ren Jia Shi)

Three love stories are intertwisted by a car accident. They are now several relationship issues: infamous seven year itch, reuniting with a first love, one night stands, an old husband with a young wife, and extramarital affairs. What is the standard to measure love? Should we be loyal to money, material things or our own hearts?

7. Disney High School Musical: China (aka Ge Wu Qing Chun)

Poet is a new student at his school, where his passion for singing helps him form a relationship with a girl in his class. Together with their friends, they fight the odds to participate in an inter-school singing competition.

8. Seven Arhat (aka Qi Xiao Luo Han)

The Chinese version of Home Alone; this action comedy chronicles the antics of the seven mischievous young monks Do, Re, Mi, Fa, So, La and Si as they seek to outwit a group of grave robbers through entertaining tricks and kung fu.

9. I Wish I Knew (aka Hai Shang Chuan Qi)

The story focuses on the people, their stories and architecture spanning from the mid-1800s, when Shanghai was opened as a trading port, to the present day.

10. Welcome To Sha-ma Town (aka Jue Zhan Sha Ma Zhen)

Sha-ma is a fictional place in northwestern China. Legend has it robbers hide many treasures there. To improve the life of the villages, Tang Gaopeng, the town head, decides to promote Sha-ma as a robber-themed resort. He collects some old items from the villagers and takes them to an antique TV show. To his surprise, the show does not attract any tourist; however it does attract a group of illegal dealers.

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  1. Disney High School Musical China, ARGH!?

  2. vr

    Thank you! :) :) :)

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