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(1058) 6.0 111 min 2019

Zhong guo ji zhang is a movie starring Hanyu Zhang, Hao Ou, and Jiang Du. When the windshield of his commercial airplane shatters at 30,000 feet in the air, a pilot and his flight crew work to ensure the safety of the passengers and...

Starring
Quan Yuan, Hanyu Zhang, Hao Ou, Jiang Du
Genres
Action, Family, Drama, Adventure
Director
Andrew Lau

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Action, Family, Drama, Adventure
Director Andrew Lau
Writer Yonggan Yu
Stars Quan Yuan, Hanyu Zhang, Hao Ou, Jiang Du
Country China
Also Known As The Captain, フライト・キャプテン 高度1万メートル、奇跡の実話, Zhong Guo Ji Zhang, The Chinese Pilot, 中国机长, The Chinese Captain, Zhongguo jizhang, 中國機長
Runtime 1H 51M
Description Directed by Andrew Lau, the film is based on a real-life incident in May 2018, when the cockpit windshield of a Sichuan Airlines flight shattered while the plane was flying 30,000 feet above the Tibetan Plateau. The co-pilot was sucked halfway out of the cockpit and passengers started losing consciousness due to low pressure.

Top reviews

Friday, 02 Oct 2020 16:03

I have always been a big fan of Stephen Chow and this movie just made me a fan of Chow as well. This is his best movie to date. The story and the storyline is really well crafted and not predictable. There are some movies that I cannot predict what will happen and there are some movies that are better than expected. This is one of those movies. The cast was really good. I really enjoyed Lai Jie, Boon Ting, and Jim Zhang. The movie also had an epic soundtrack. And some famous Chinese actors also did great in their roles. The cinematography was great, even though I have not seen Hong Kong and Cantonese movies yet. I really enjoyed the camera-work in this movie. The action and the story was really well done. The style of the movie was good and some of the shots were really good. It has a slow pace for the first 30 minutes, but once it gets going, I really enjoyed the movie. The story is really good and is the best I have seen from Chow since "Master of Disguise". The acting was really great by all the cast. I really liked the relationship between Lai and Boon Ting. I really liked the interactions between Jim Zhang and Ruyi Huang. And it has a really good story that keeps the audience in suspense. The movie is more or less the same plot as "Cat in the Brain". In "Cat in the Brain", Chow gave us a lot of the Asian background of the Chinese culture. Chow gave us a story of immigrant kids in a Chinese school, with lots of Chinese stereotypes. In "Cat in the Brain", Chow gave us an Asian family, with all the Asian stereotypes of their culture. The only difference between the two is that Chow's story involves a family that grew up in a Chinese school and not an Asian family. The story of this movie is like the one in Chow's "Master of Disguise", only the story is Asian. I really hope Chow's next movie will be as good as this one. If not, I will definitely be disappointed. I highly recommend this movie for everyone. The story is great and the story was great. The acting is great. The cinematography is great. And the soundtrack is great. I highly recommend this movie to anyone who wants to see a movie that entertains them and also get more of their Asian heritage in their family. It is a perfect movie for everyone to see.
Thursday, 30 Jul 2020 07:13

The most impressive thing about "The Treasure of the Jade Chamber" is the visuals. It's impressive because this is the first time in a long time that China has made a film in the same vein as "Star Wars" and "Lord of the Rings". Yes, the visuals are stunning and the action is non-stop, but it's the story that makes this film special. The story is good, but I did think that it was too short and there was a certain point in the film where it seemed that they couldn't decide whether or not they wanted to continue the story or not. It would have been nice to see more time spent on the story and less time spent on the visuals. I also thought that the main villain was somewhat under-used. While I don't think that he was particularly interesting or particularly frightening, I thought that he was a pretty effective villain. His plan, his mannerisms, and his voice are all pretty cool. But the problem with his character is that he was a bit under-utilized and his motivation was too vague. I also thought that his motivations were pretty cliche. Overall, I thought that the movie was entertaining, but it didn't have the depth that I was hoping for. It wasn't terrible, but it was not great. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who loves Chinese animation, fantasy, and action movies, but I wouldn't recommend it to anyone who doesn't like those things. It's not a masterpiece and I would recommend that you don't go into it expecting something great. I think that people who are expecting the best will be disappointed. But for those who are expecting something different, you will be pleasantly surprised.
Wednesday, 24 Jun 2020 19:47

After seeing an interview with the producers of both Blood Brother and the French Connection (both directed by John Carpenter) on the Halloween Special (5/12/05), and an audio commentary track on the film, I decided to check it out. Although both films do have elements of the cannibal, this film is a more gritty and violent. The film was shot in the Philippines and involves a colorful cast of characters. Although one was stereotypical, for the most part the film was refreshing. Director Clive Owen is extremely likable, his acting ability is very engaging and his "villain" was interesting. The action is what you would expect, but the gritty nature of the film is different. I would say that the action was very fresh, but I don't think it was overdone. I would also say that I didn't think the film was as over the top as people have made out. The more I think about it, the more it's perfect. I think that the film is similar to the likes of the Alien series in that it is a more ruthless and entertaining version of the Alien franchise. I would say that this is also a film that can be enjoyed on the whole family level. The film can be enjoyed by the whole family, while the violence will be very intense for some people. For the most part, the violence was mild. The film is also very exciting, and the action/revenge sequences are exhilarating and exciting. The violence is sometimes very graphic, but not to the point where it is boring. This film is a great movie. I think it will be enjoyed by all ages, as it is very original, and extremely thrilling. As it is for me, it's a must see!
Tuesday, 23 Jun 2020 12:35

The worst kind of overrated, cartoonish film. It's no fault of the director, but the movie itself. The main character, Yu, is a kind of ultra-reactionary, irresponsible, borderline violent, child-like and immature teenager, who likes to throw tantrums and was traumatized by his mother's death. A young nurse, Yai, falls in love with him, and helps him in his grief. In the meantime, a monster, his mother, is after Yu, and he must face up to the monster, which he calls by the name Yu. The monster is a sort of Japanese version of a giant slug, which has long arms and a slim body. Yu's mother is killed by the monster, but he manages to save her, and he decides to help the nurse in the hospital, Yai. Yu helps Yai in her care, but she also helps him in his grief. The monster has also killed his father, so Yu wants to protect his father. The story is interesting, and the movie has a nice sense of humor. The monster has a nice design, and the special effects are nice. But, the movie is just too much for a child, or even a teenager. The movie is really stupid. It has no feeling of real horror. The monster is a kind of cartoonish, childish creature, but the movie is really too much for that. The story is kind of stupid, and the movie has no real sense of emotions. The ending is really stupid. The movie is so much for children that it is not suitable for them. And it is not suitable for teenagers either. The movie is like a waste of time, but I guess that it's very popular in China. But it's not suitable for teenagers, or even children. I think it's not suitable for children, and it's not suitable for teenagers. It's a waste of time. It's not suitable for children, or even teenagers.


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