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Q: What western movies would translate well as remakes for Chinese cinema?

  Did really make that clear in the asking the first time round.

7 years 43 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - China

 
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Chinese cinema goers are attracted to inane films that, to me, seem best suited to 12 year olds.

That said, I think they should embrace V for Vendetta.  Why not?  Most ppl I meet here are in desperate need of some cerebral stimuli.  Above mentioned flick could well supply them just that.  Or not.  I'm backing not.  But for some...yes indeed.

 

 

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How about Vinnetou and Old ShutterHand angel

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@mArtiAn: 

 

Here's a few more:

 

Howdy Partner.
Ride ‘em Cowboy.
Go West young Man, Go West.
I’m your Huckleberry.
Fast is good but accurate is better. 
 
Don’t worry – I’ve been in tighter spots than this.
He's All Hat and No Cattle.
Do it right or get off the Horse.
No matter where you go. There you are. 
I gotta go see a man about a horse.
 
Don’t just lay there and bleed.
Dang, Young Whippersnapper.
The Buck stops here. 
There’s nothing better for a mans soul than being outside on a Horse.
Only out on the Range can you find yourself.
 
We gonna have us a Necktie Party.
Dont stop kicken till the clock stops ticken
Whoa Nellie!
Don’t spoil his fun, let him play with it.
Leavin’ ‘em Standing.
 
Size does matter, the bigger your buckle the better. 
Ride it like you stole it. 
You stay here while I sneak around from the back.
Ridin’ a Horse is like dancing, you gotta feel the rhythm and move with it. 
 
Let's Mount Up.
Ready or Not...
Lets Ride.
Rode hard and put away wet.
Don’t worry ‘bout bitin’ off more than you can chew, your mouth is
bigger’n you think. 
 
Hi Ho Silver!
Well Butter my Butt and call me Biscuit.
That beats anything I ever helt, felt or smelt.

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  Haha, nice.

  Show me a home where the buffaloes roam, an' i'll show you a house-full o' s**t.

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Chinese cinema goers are attracted to inane films that, to me, seem best suited to 12 year olds.

That said, I think they should embrace V for Vendetta.  Why not?  Most ppl I meet here are in desperate need of some cerebral stimuli.  Above mentioned flick could well supply them just that.  Or not.  I'm backing not.  But for some...yes indeed.

 

 

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Most western movies seem to be in Chinese cinemas.

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Donnie Darko or Garden State

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The Three Stooges. I hate to say it, but ... 

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Battleship Potempkin. Oh wait, they tried that with Founding of an Army and it flopped.

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