Chinese Movies in Box Office Battle for Lunar New Year 2017

Well, well, well. You don’t have a shortage in movies at the theaters at all if you’re in China. A movie for every genre. Below is the list of movies set to premiere on the 28th. Presale tickets are piling up with Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons 2 leading over the rest. Not a surprise.

Which one(s) are you looking forward to the most?

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=======> ♦ Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons 2 (西游伏妖篇) with Kris Wu, Lin Geng Xin, and Yao Chen.

=======> ♦ Duckweed aka Ride The Wind Break the Waves (乘风破浪) with Zhao Li Ying, Eddie Peng, and Deng Chao.

=======> ♦ The Village Of No Return (健忘村) with Shu Qi, Wang Qian Yuan, Joseph Chang, and Tony Yang.

Zhang Bi Chen sings the themesong. Beautiful.

=======> ♦ Buddies In India (大闹天竺) with Wang Bao Qiang, Ada Liu Yan, and Bai Ke.

=======> ♦ Kung-Fu Yoga (功夫瑜伽) with Jackie Chan, Aarif Rahman, and Lay.

=======> ♦ The Game Changer (遊戏规则) with Wang Xue Qi, Peter Ho, Huang Zi Tao, and Gulnazar.

Jane Zhang lends her voice for the soundtrack.

=======> ♦ Crazy Teacher (老师也疯狂) with Han Li and Gong Mi.

=======> ♦ Top Funny Comedian: The Movie (欢乐喜剧人) with Guo De Gang, Rowan Atkinson, and Yue Yun Peng.

=======> ♦ Animated film, Entangled Worlds (熊出没·奇幻空间), voiced by Laure Shang, Joseph Zeng Shun Xi, and Sea Bao Chun Lai.

Happy New Year Everyone!

  1. 8 thoughts on “Chinese Movies in Box Office Battle for Lunar New Year 2017

    will never understand the constant remakes of journey to the west…. wait, there’s more this year and the next. LOL.

    buddies in india looks really ridiculous, might be entertaining. looking forward to kung fu yoga. 🙂

  2. 8 thoughts on “Chinese Movies in Box Office Battle for Lunar New Year 2017

    i really tried with wuyifan but everything he does look awkward. he look quite good with his mouth close tho…
    i’m excited for the duckweed and the game changer teaser seem soo interesting…
    i’m not really fan of kungfu yoda other than that ugly name, it ‘s look like any other JC films but will try to watch for sonu sood and Jacky chan…

  3. 8 thoughts on “Chinese Movies in Box Office Battle for Lunar New Year 2017

    Seems lile the Top Funny Comefian The Movie is hilarious! And I can see Mr. Bean LMAO.
    And of course Baby Liying Duckweed.

  4. 8 thoughts on “Chinese Movies in Box Office Battle for Lunar New Year 2017

    Aside from Duckweed of course, I’m really interested in No Return Village (maybe Entangled Worlds). No Return Village seems so intriguing! The trailers make it seem like a funny, kind of creepy, a little mystery…BUT the song mv is SO angsty! It was haunting and beautiful yet so wrought with angst! Really interesting dichotomy, especially how the first trailer was complete comedy-feel. I really like how the Taiwanese trailer was done tho. The voice was sweet and gentle, yet made the whole thing overall feel really creepy and sinister…

    Game Changer also looks kind of interesting. I’m all for Peter Ho, but honestly he’s not that great an actor and he’s basically the same person in all his roles….tbh Tao actually looks like he’s got skills and seems a more interesting character than the lead Peter (a common trend, it seems…eh-hem Peter Sheng in Pretty Li Hui Zhen…a more unlikable lead and a stiffer actor I have never seen) in that mv that Zhang Liang Ying sings.

  5. 8 thoughts on “Chinese Movies in Box Office Battle for Lunar New Year 2017

    Kung Fu Yoga has bad reviews overseas. So I won’t be checking that out. Excited for Journey to the West though!

  6. 8 thoughts on “Chinese Movies in Box Office Battle for Lunar New Year 2017

    Happy Lunar New Year, Kappy and everyone!

  7. 8 thoughts on “Chinese Movies in Box Office Battle for Lunar New Year 2017

    Wow… (ex-)exo boys movies are released at the same time~ Looking forward to Duckweed, Kungfu Yoga, JTTW, also The Village of No Return. Happy Lunar New Year everyone ^^

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