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Q: Anyone seen the new film The Wandering Earth?

I watched it over the spring festival holiday. Pretty solid acting, music, and use of plot devices. Also pretty good visuals and production value. The science in the movie was absurd, but it's a movie after all. Not bad for China's first big sci-fi film. 

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I haven't seen it yet,,,, but it caught my attention because some friends gushing on about it,,,, and lotsa folks yammering on about it on WeChat.  I'm not into modern-day movies, let alone sci-fi,,,,,,,    but if u could,,,, please explain a bit about why a person should viddy it....

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