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The story started in high school. Su Yunjin (Liu Yifei) is a struggling transfer student from a regional town, while rich heir Cheng Zheng (Kris Wu) is the star student who sits behind her. He fell in love with her and started to pursue her all the way through college, even though they studied and lived in different cities. Cheng Zheng was ultimately successful in pursuing Su Yunjin, who willed herself to follow her heart for once, even though she knew there would be many obstacles in their way. Soon, they were basking in happiness, and subsequently moved in together after university. However, reality caught up with them two years after graduation. Their vastly different personalities and disparate family background meant their relationship was unequal from the very beginning - their unspoken expectations of each other and all the misunderstandings that came with a mundane lifestyle caused them to part ways with each other.[3] A few years later, both of them establish successful ...

Genres: Drama | Romance
Country: China
Language: Chinese
Release Date: 15 July 2016 (USA)
Also Known As: Zhi qingchun 2: Yuánlái ni hái zài zhèli, Never Gone
Director: Zhou Tuo Ru
Writers: Yi Wu Xin, Tuo Ru Zhou
Stars: Kris Wu, Yifei Liu, Shijia Jin
Filming Locations: Shanghai, China
Production Co: Beijing Ruyi Xinxin Film Investment
Runtime: 100 min
Category: Film Mandarin | Views: 313 | Added by: fadly | Date: 15.08.16 | Comments (0)

LONG LONG TIME AGO follows the trials and tribulations of a family from 1965 to the early 1970s. Their journey through the years from their humble kampong to a modern HDB flat, runs in parallel with Singapore's early growth. On 9 August 1965, Zhao Di (Aileen Tan) is driven from her husband's home. The same night, she gives birth to twins, Shun Fatt and Su-mei. Unfortunately, Su-mei is born with two moles on her face - a sign of misfortune for the family. Under her family's pressure, Zhao Di is forced to give Su-mei away. This is only the first of many challenges, but with Zhao Di's indomitable spirit, the family perseveres to make a better life for themselves. Over the years, the family witnesses every step of the nation's growth.

Genres: Comedy | Drama
Country: Singapore
Language: Hokkien | Malay | Mandarin
Release Date: 4 February 2016 (Singapore)
Also Known As: Wo men de gu shi
Director: Jack Neo
Writers: Ivan Ho, Jack Neo
Stars: Aileen Tan, Mark Lee, Lei Wang
Production Co: J Team Productions, MM2 Entertainment
Runtime: 107 min
Category: Film Mandarin | Views: 300 | Added by: fadly | Date: 15.08.16 | Comments (0)

Michael Mason, a pick-pocket living in Paris steals a bag with a teddy bear in it. Not realizing the toy contains a timed bomb, he tosses it aside on a busy street. A few seconds later it explodes, killing four people. CCTV footage reveals Masons face and the French police tag him as a terrorist threat. The explosion, although botched, was set up by a select group of the French Interior Ministry as a decoy so they can make a half billion dollar digital transfer from a bank, (closed on French National Day) -hence the title Bastille Day. In a separate CIA investigation the unruly agent Sean Briar, discovers the real story behind Masons "terrorist attack". The two men, on different sides of the law, collaborate to bring the corrupt members of the Ministry down.

Genres: Action | Drama
Country: UK | France | USA
Language: English | French
Release Date: 22 April 2016 (UK)
Also Known As: Baskin Gunu
Director: James Watkins
Writers: Andrew Baldwin (screenplay), James Watkins (screenplay)
Stars: Idris Elba, Richard Madden, Kelly Reilly
Filming Locations: Paris, Île-de-France, France
Runtime: 92 min
Category: Film Barat | Views: 230 | Added by: fadly | Date: 15.08.16 | Comments (0)

Time Raiders (Chinese: 盗墓笔记) is a 2016 Chinese fantasy-action-adventure film directed by Daniel Lee and starring Luhan and Jing Boran. It is based on the online novel series Daomu Biji written by Xu Lei. The film was released in China by Le Vision Pictures on August 5, 2016.

Genres: Adventure
Country: China
Language: Mandarin
Release Date: 5 August 2016 (USA)
Also Known As: Time Raiders
Director: Daniel Lee
Writer: Uncle Three (screenplay)
Stars: Lu Han, Boran Jing, Sichun Ma
Category: Film Mandarin | Views: 194 | Added by: fadly | Date: 15.08.16 | Comments (0)