There are many good movies in China. Here are ten Chinese movies. You can watch them in your spare time when you are studying in China.
No.10 "Let the Bullets Fly"
It is an action film directed by Jiang Wen with Ma Ke as the producer and starring Jiang Wen, Zhou Runfa, Ge You, and Carina Lau. It was released in China on December 16, 2010. The film tells a legendary story that happened during the period of the Northern Warlords.
No.9 "Diet Men and Women"
It is a drama film directed by Li Ang, starring Lang Xiong, Wu Qianlian, Yang Guimei and others. The film was produced by Central Film Corporation and distributed by MGM Home Entertainment. It was released in the United States on August 3, 1994. The film mainly tells the story of family problems and two-generation conflicts faced by a retired chef who waited for his three daughters to come home for dinner every weekend in the metropolis of Taipei, China in the 1990s.
No.8 "A Journey to the West: Moonlight Treasure Box"
It is a nonsensical funny film directed by Liu Zhenwei and starring Stephen Chow, Karen Mok, Wu Mengda, and Lan Jieying. It premiered in Hong Kong, China on January 21, 1995. The film mainly tells the legend that Sun Wukong was punished by Guanyin Bodhisattva and reincarnated as a supreme treasure for killing Tang monk before his disciples went to the west to learn the scriptures. Then he met the bone spirit and spider spirit.
No.7 "Sweet Honey"
It tells about the hardships of Hong Kong's new immigrants at the end of the 20th century, and runs through the song "Sweet Honey" by Teresa Teng.
No.6 "The Devil Is Coming"
It is a war movie directed by Jiang Wen and starring Jiang Hongbo and Chen Qiang. It was released in France on May 12, 2000. The film tells the story of a farmer in a village who took care of the Japanese prisoners but invited the Japanese army to slaughter them during the War of Resistance Against Japan.
It is a drama film directed by Zhang Yimou and starring Ge You and Gong Li. It was released in Hong Kong, China on June 30, 1994. The film is set against the background of the Chinese Civil War and the political movements after the founding of New China, and reflects the fate of a generation of Chinese through the ups and downs of the protagonist Fugui's life.
No.4 "I'm Not the God of Medicine"
it is a feature film directed by Wen Muye and starring Xu Zheng, Zhou Yiwei, Wang Chuanjun and others. It was released in China on July 5, 2018. The film tells the story of Cheng Yong, the owner of the Shenyou shop, from a male health care product vendor who couldn't pay the rent to become the exclusive agent of India's generic drug "Glenin".
No.3 "Infernal Affairs"
It is a crime thriller film produced by Media Asia Film Distribution Company, directed by Liu Weiqiang and Mak Siu Fai, starring Andy Lau, Tony Leung, Huang Qiusheng, and Zeng Zhiwei. It was released in Hong Kong, China on December 12, 2002. The film tells the story of two men with chaotic identities who are undercover agents for the police and the underworld. After a fierce battle, they are determined to find themselves.
It is a martial arts movie directed by Zhang Yimou, starring Jet Li, Tony Leung, Maggie Cheung, Daoming Chen, Ziyi Zhang and Zidan Yen. It was released on December 14, 2002. The movie mainly tells about the seven heroes in the late Warring States period, but Qin is the most powerful, eager to annex the six kingdoms and dominate the world. To fight against Qin's annexation, the story of knights from all over the six countries trying to assassinate King Qin.
The film was the box office champion of Chinese-language movies in 2002, and was named the first place among the top ten best films in the world by Time Magazine in 2004. It was nominated for the Oscars and Golden Globes for Best Foreign Language Films, and won many domestic and foreign-language films. Movie awards.
No.1 "Farewell My Concubine"
It is a literary film produced by Tomson Films Co., Ltd., which is adapted from Li Bihua's novel of the same name, directed by Chen Kaige, written by Li Bihua and Lu Wei, starring Leslie Cheung, Gong Li, and Zhang Fengyi. The film revolves around the half-century of joys and sorrows of two Peking opera actors, showing the thinking and understanding of traditional culture, human living conditions and human nature. In 1993, the film was released in mainland China and Hong Kong, China. Since then, it has been released in many countries and regions around the world, and broke the box office record for mainland Chinese literary films in the United States.