By now, you probably know the answer: Chinese films are better than most movies in terms of their production values.
But do you know why?
Chinese films have a very long production time, and this is usually due to their very large number of scenes, many of which are shot on location and filmed in a very specific style.
There are also the practical effects, such as the special effects for the scenes of children and adults getting hit, being knocked over, falling off, falling into the water, and so on.
But let’s be honest, these elements are just a bonus to the film, and if you’re an average viewer, the rest of the film is still a non-factor.
The story, the characters, and the plot are all pretty much there for the taking.
The best part is that most Chinese films don’t try to make you feel like you’re watching a fairy tale.
They’re more like fairy tales that are told in the style of an actual fairy tale, so you get to enjoy the movie without being too spoiled.
But that’s not to say the movies aren’t entertaining.
In fact, you’re almost guaranteed to laugh or be entertained at some point in the film.
That’s the fun part, though.
There’s a lot of humor in these films, which is why many Chinese films still hold a special place in my heart.
They don’t have the most beautiful of costumes, but they have the coolest of makeup, which makes for some of the most memorable and visually arresting performances in the world.
They also tend to feature some of my favorite actors, such to Song Tao, Li Xun, Li Bing, Song Yuan, and Zhang Wei.
So, here are 10 Chinese films that you should absolutely see in your local cinema.1.
‘Pu Pu’ (2006)The story follows a middle-aged woman who wakes up to find her son dead, and it takes a while for the investigation to begin.
After the initial shock, she is relieved to discover that the deceased was actually her husband, the son of her previous husband.
He was found in the bathtub.
The couple, along with their children, take turns to go to the hospital to try and revive him.
The two siblings are also brought in to help with the case.
The plot is set in the traditional Chinese way of writing, which focuses on the relationship between the father and the son.
The wife (played by Li Xin) has a tendency to be more concerned with her own safety than with the well-being of the children, and her attempts to save them all often ends in tragedy.
This leads to the family being thrown together, and she soon begins to worry that they are not up to the task of raising their family.
They eventually find themselves trapped together in a basement, and are given only two choices: either give up their lives to save the children or kill their father.
The siblings end up taking the latter option, while the wife tries to make the last one go away.
As you can tell, there are many interesting characters in this film.
The main cast is very good.
The father (played Zhang Wei) is one of the nicest and most likable characters in all of Chinese cinema.
He is a man who has a strong and strong sense of justice, and a strong love for his children.
Zhang Wei is a very wise man, who does not hesitate to make tough decisions to help his family and their children.
The other siblings are very well-developed and have a great deal of depth and depth.
The youngest of the siblings is called ‘Piao’ (書油), and her story is told with a surprising amount of depth.
She also has a rather eccentric mother, and although she does not always take her son to the bathroom in the morning, she does it for him occasionally.
It is this father who is most responsible for the deaths of many of the characters in the story.
The plot is also somewhat slow-paced.
There is no need to worry too much about the story unfolding.
You may have noticed that this film is somewhat dated.
That is because it was made in 2006, when many Chinese filmmakers were still struggling to make their mark.
The Chinese audiences are no longer so accepting of Hollywood, and that has made some filmmakers reconsider their career choices.
In the last decade, Chinese films and films about the Chinese people have become more popular.
It also helps that most of the best films in this category are made by Chinese filmmakers.
There aren’t too many movies out there that make you want to get your pants down and get your feet wet.