Recommendation index: five stars
Reproduced from the US "twelve angry men", about a juvenile suspected of killing his father. In the court, a jury of twelve people ruled against this case, almost All eleven people believed that the juvenile was guilty. Unexpectedly, only juror No. 8 found that the juvenile was not guilty, raised his reasonable doubts, and patiently convinced other jurors. The contradictions and conflicts that occurred in this movie are almost one scene. It’s the acting skills of all the actors. It’s the director’s division of the conflicts in the whole scene.It is a classic. The Chinese version of the eighth juror is played by He Bing. Needless to say, the acting skills, relying on years of drama performance skills, just reflect the single film. The scene of, incorporates many unique elements of China, such as regional discrimination, the gap between the rich and the poor, and the cultural revolution background is all highlighted. It is indeed a good adaptation.
Recommendation index: four stars
This film is remake from the 2015 Indian version of "Manslaughter", the story tells an ordinary
Because the eldest daughter of the male protagonist was brutally raped by his second-generation classmates and was killed by the eldest daughter by mistake. After the male protagonist knew the truth, he relied on himself
The film’s skills, using film montage techniques, are designed to help family members escape police chase.
The Indian version definitely breaks through the stereotype of the original Indian song and dance movie. From the society, family and human nature, more contradictions and shock are found. It is indeed a perfect film to narrate the whole story. The entire story of the Chinese version basically follows the entire Indian story, setting the entire background of the story in a small town on the border of Thailand, deepening the contradiction between the father and the daughter in adolescence. As an adaptation, the originality and storytelling are very clear. , But lack of innovation and novelty.
"Back to Twenty"
Recommendation index: four stars
Reproduced from South Korea’s "Strange She". It tells about a grandma in sixties who came to a photo studio and returned to her old age. She returned to the time when she was 20 years old. She once again discovered the opportunities and vitality of youth, and also experienced The sour taste of love. The whole story of the Chinese version is not pretentious, relaxed and happy, and full of popcorn. In comparison, the Korean version has more warmth. Later, I also found out that the two films are actually from the same company. The Chinese version is also created by the Korean team in order to adapt to the Chinese market and adapt to the larger market.
"Devotion of Suspect X"
Recommendation index: three and a half stars
This movie is no stranger. It is adapted from the original novel by Keigo Higashino. It is currently available in Japanese, Korean and Chinese versions. The story is covered in the love story of a reasoning and investigative movie. In fact, it tells the death of the two. Can Yu’s love find the truth and find the perfect design of a genius criminal? mustIt is said that the Chinese version does not clearly reason the whole story. The actors' acting skills and expressiveness are very good, and the whole lacks highlights. The reasoning and suspense is really not good, and the local adaptation is not very successful.
"You are the murderer"
Recommendation Index: Three and a half stars
This movie was directed at Wang Qianyuan and Song Jia Yes, these two people are both proper talents and don’t know the original story. After reading it, I found out that this is a remake of the Korean "Montage". Unable to get out of the shadows, many years later, the police who handled the case were still clueless, because a white flower suddenly appeared at the scene of the crime by accident. Following this clue, the hope of finding evidence was rekindled, and the heroine also started. My own path of exploration. The Chinese version of the actors performed very well, especially Song Jia, including the kidnappersFeng Yuanzheng, acting out the feeling of his own role lively, but it must be said that the Chinese version of the story narrative is slightly procrastinated and the details are not handled properly, because the story is interspersed by editing several time periods, which is obviously somewhat Chaos. The Korean original story narrative process is smoother and can withstand scrutiny. It must be said that Korean suspense films are very mature and have completely begun to Hollywood level, but the only thing to complain about the false eyelashes and cosmetic face of the Korean version of the heroine is really not Chu is a mother who has experienced vicissitudes of life, and Song Jia’s appearance is more in place.