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Jiang ZeminFanboy

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sad due to Hllywood not being 100% banned but there's still hope that they completely bomb with messages that simply do not resonate with Chinese audiences, and being tired of Marvel cape movies.
I think Chinese movies will have long legs this year. If all the premieres are what we expect so this year will have very strong quality, Marvel may bomb.
 

Red tsunami

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Episodes #4 and #5 have two top-notch scientists acting like teenage crybabies/drama queens that is totally out of character for STEM type people. To me, these two episodes are very disappointing and the whole blame is on the director. Like in really bad horror (or romance) movies, actors must cry, scream, and/or shout like their fingernails were just pulled to convey the mood to the audience because that is far easier than how to act or direct.

The Netflix version finished shooting and is in post-production. Should be released in a few months.

What? The actor who plays Wang Miao performs very well, showing the psychological collapse of a scientist facing a supernatural phenomenon that cannot be explained by science. Moreover, it shows the image of Wang Miao as a relatively introverted scientific researcher with a certain sense of distance.
 

BlackWindMnt

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What? The actor who plays Wang Miao performs very well, showing the psychological collapse of a scientist facing a supernatural phenomenon that cannot be explained by science. Moreover, it shows the image of Wang Miao as a relatively introverted scientific researcher with a certain sense of distance.
They really casted Wang Miao well, he is exactly how i would imaging a Chinese scientist to look like.

Just finished episode #7 i really enjoyed what they are doing with the VR part of the book...
It was exactly how i imagined the VR part would be...
 

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