"Here Comes Fortune" is about the God of Fortune coming down from heaven to spread some love and wealth to humans in need. The movie is developed by talking about stories which took place in three cities: Shenyang, where a kind-hearted teacher is willing to give up a billion dollars in order to save her adopted daughter; Shanghai, a love story about 533, a female God of Fortune falling in love with a blind pianist; and Beijing where an ugly duckling story of Xu Jie, the boring introverted office lady. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Heather M (us) wrote: I think that I will pass on this.
Krys L (ag) wrote: Predictable... And it didn't even close up the lose ends.
Julia L (es) wrote: did not quite understand it.
Makayla L (nl) wrote: Loved the music and they historical aspect.
Iris K (nl) wrote: Honestly, even if if this sound shallow and stupid, I originally only watched it for Jared Leto. The movie is well done and it's definetly one of my favorite movies. It's hilarious, and both Jared and Jake do a great performance.
Kevin R (jp) wrote: It's like being in love with a buzz sawGeoff Carter is responsible for an independent airline business. He struggles to accept love, affection, or absorb with the loss of his colleagues, which seems to happen a lot in his line of work. One day a woman walks into his life a little different from the rest. He does his best to lump her in with all of the other girls in his life, and she does her best to show him she's different."He's like rubber. He wants to hit the ground and see how high he can bounce."Howard Hawks, director of The Big Sleep, Rio Bravo, Bringing Up Baby, His Girl Friday, The Crowd Roars, The Big Sky, and Monkey Business, delivers Only Angels Have Wings. The storyline for this picture is fairly good and reminded me a little of Casablanca. The acting is wonderful and the cast includes an impressive group including Cary Grant, Jean Arthur, Rita Hayworth, Thomas Mitchell, Don Barry, and Richard Barthelmess. "I thought you never did that.""Did what?""Got burned twice in the same place."I DVR'd this picture off Turner Classic Movies (TCM) during a recent Cary Grant marathon. I am a huge fan of his and had never heard of this picture (there are quite a few Grant films I haven't heard of...but I am catching up ;). Nevertheless, I will say this was a very well done movie. I did not like it as much as Casablanca, but the film does have some very dramatic sequences and unpredictable moments. I strongly recommend seeing this picture."You're a queer duck."Grade: A
Michael O (br) wrote: There exist no words in any language to properly describe this film."My calculations!"