Chen Chang Sheng was abandoned in a flowing river and plucked up by a Taoist monk. He's actually the fourth Prince of the Chen's Royal bloodline. He's plagued with an incurable illness, ... See full summary »
Set in the future, the city of Shanghai China battles to defend itself against an ongoing attack by an alien force that has attacked that has laid siege to numerous cities around the globe ... See full summary »
Katsu is now an old woman who even at seventy three has not lost her penchant for being sardonic and dissatisfied. Upon visiting a photography studio her life and body are transported to ... See full summary »
Parn is a stubborn old woman in her 70's whose only pleasure in life is to brag about her son who she single-handedly raised to be a professor. One day, she learns that her son is planning ... See full summary »
A woman from Beijing, pregnant with the child of her rich married boyfriend flies to Seattle in order to deliver the baby. There she meets another Chinese immigrant man working as a driver, even as she finds her life beginning to change.
A woman from 2018 and a man from 1999 wake up in the same bed. They discover they can time travel using the bedroom door, and make changes to their eras, but that their destinies may not be in their own hands.
Based on the 2014 Korean film, "Miss Granny," (Susan-han Geunnyeo) starring Shim Enkyung (b.1989) in the lead role. Other versions include the 2016 Japanese remake, "Sing My Life," (Ayashii Kanojo). See more »
Honestly I didn't really know what to expect, since I'm not too used to seeing foreign content, but I was surprised that this could actually hold my attention better than many movies I've been seeing lately. The main actress was great, although a few of the other actors I think could have done better. Nevertheless I had come to care about the different characters, and when the end finally came, I was struck by the great message. Overall, I think it was a creative way to communicate a great lesson, while also pointing out various disconnections between generations and time periods. As for the original, since I'd never seen it I don't really know how this would compare, but I can say that I don't have any regret for watching this at all.
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