Lan Yu

Lan Yu

A love story between a country boy in Beijing to study and a wealthy businessman set against the backdrop of the 1989 Tiananmen Square incident

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:86 minutes
  • Release:2001
  • Language:Mandarin,Russian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:bribery,   student,   jealousy,  

Beijing, 1988. On the cusp of middle-age, Chen Handong has known little but success all his life. The eldest son of a senior government bureaucrat, he heads a fast-growing trading company ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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dan t (au) wrote: I've learned a lot from sorority wars: 1: Never stick up for your daughter when your friends blatantly rip on her. 2: If your mother lies about something, and you use that lie to answer a question thinking it's the truth, then it's obviously your fault and not hers. 3: Volunteering as a house woman for a sorority is the most important and time consuming non-paid job on the planet. 4: Moms care more about their own personal gain rather then what best helps their daughters. 5: The only way you can get into a sorority is to be hot. 6: All guys are dicks! 7: Having signs all around campus with pictures saying you have herpes, is not against school rules. 8: If you are doing something against school rules, the best way to avoid discovery is to shout about it in the middle of the yard in front of school officials. 9: Always put your sorority duties before your friends and family. 10: You will look exactly the same in 30 years as you did in the sorority. 11: There is nothing more important then getting revenge. As a whole the movie isn't badly done, but it's the terrible characters and direction that make this movie almost unbearable. The mother character alone brings this movie down. I've never seen, or heard of, a mom putting her useless alumni sorority duties over the feelings and needs of her entire family for personal gain in the most obvious and obscure manner.

Baptiste C (nl) wrote: I hate this movie, one of the worst movies I've seen in Tamil film industry. Vijay is always doing the same kind of characters.

Leigh E (gb) wrote: Disappointing in comparison to the original.

Erin B (gb) wrote: Lovers of sex, violence and action need not apply. This movie is a series of vignettes about pretty much every scenario that could face a civil servant in an election in Iran with some poignant metaphor.

Patrick T (us) wrote: I know a lot of people have been hating the sequels for a long time now, but I actually really dug this one. So sue me.

Arnold H (br) wrote: Very strange movie. Watchable but don't expect much.

Patrick D (fr) wrote: It's pretty solid. Wings Hauser is something else, as an crazy bad redneck pimp-wannabe.

Clecio F (br) wrote: To remember Jack Davis' amazing art forever

Emily B (kr) wrote: Wow, sounds really bad

Ethan B (de) wrote: Boy, how well does this film holds up 14 years later. Can we finally admit to its greatness now?Whatever tropes it derives from the rom-coms of old serve only to make us feel comfortable in its grasp. But don't let the formula fool you. This film is anything but cloying. It opts out of cliche and sappy--instead, giving us rompy situations that we could actually see happening in our own lives. Toula, played by Nia Vardalos, who also wrote the film, is a 30-year-old woman whose family fears will become an eternal spinster. She doesn't seem to care about her appearance, and she is very awkward when it comes to talking to other people. She is of Greek origin, and her family won't let her forget it. They're the type who only talk to other Greek people. On the other hand, Toula doesn't care.She meets Ian (John Corbett), who isn't Greek. They fall in love and want to get married, but have to deal with the wrath of her family--mostly her father, played by Michael Constantine.The cast is perfect--especially Constantine, who we are often times convinced is Vardalos' actual father playing himself.The humor is mostly made of inside jokes from Greek culture. If you're not savvy on that, you might think you won't understand. But the script does an excellent job of not making us feel like an outsider. And most of us have families with weird traditions and tendencies, too, so we get it.There are a few lulls in the narrative, but the script always recovers well with something funny around the corner.My Big Fat Greek Wedding is truly funny in the most organic way possible. The scenarios all seem real. Vardalos is believable and hilarious in the lead role. She channels the sort of uninhibitedness that Lucille Ball was known for. Almost like a Kristen Wiig before her time.But most of all, this film speaks to generations of society who can't see past cultural differences. It was relevant back in 2002, and is still very much that way now. It's a tale we've been seeing, in one way or another, for centuries now, but still can't seem to get us to change our ways. Although no one's life is at stake in this film, we could all learn a thing or two from the story. It's deceptively deep. Twizard Rating: 94

Christian C (es) wrote: "Rosewater" is well acted and constructed, but it lacks the emotional punch one would expect from the source material.