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  • Sing reviews

    "Sing" is an animated comedy jointly produced by Universal Pictures and Lighting Entertainment. It is directed by Garth Jennings and is voiced by Matthew McConaughey , Reese Witherspoon , Taron Egerton , Seth McFarlane , Scarlett I. Johansson , and Torre Kelly. The film tells the story of Koala Yuebole who decided to hold a singing competition in order to revitalize the declining theater and revitalize the glory of the past. The film was released in the United States on December 21, 2016, and in mainland China on February 17, 2017   .

  • Dumbo reviews

    "Dumbo" is a fantasy adventure film produced by Walt Disney Pictures, directed by Tim Burton , co-starring Eva Green , Colin Farrell , Michael Keaton , Alan Wolf Arkin , and Danny DeVito  . It will be screened simultaneously in the United States and Mainland China on March 29, 2019   . The film is adapted from Disney's animation of the same name in 1941. It tells the story of Dumbo, who was ridiculed by a pair of big ears. His mother caused an accident to protect it and caused Dumbo to separate from her mother   .

  • The BFG reviews

    "The BFG" is a fantasy adventure film produced by Disney, directed by Steven Allan Spielberg, starring Mark Rylance , Ruby Barnhill, Penelope Wilton, Jermaine Clement and Rebecca Hall . The film was released in the United States on July 1, 2016, and in mainland China on October 14. Based on Roald Dahl 's novel of the same name, the film tells the story of the little orphan Sophie who meets a "good-eyed giant" who likes to collect sweet dreams and joins forces to protect the human world in order to prevent other giants from cannibalism   .

  • Beauty and the Beast reviews

    "Beauty and the Beast" is a fantasy romance film written and directed by Christophe Gans , starring Vincent Cassel , Léa Hélène Seydoux-Fornier de Clausonne , André Dussollier , Eduardo Noriega, etc. The film was released in France on February 12, 2014, and landed in mainland China on September 12, 2014.  The story of the film tells that a hideous-looking monster is actually a handsome prince, and then a wonderful fairy tale is staged between him and the beauty to relieve the curse. 

  • A Street Cat Named Bob reviews

    "A Street Cat Named Bob" is a biographical film directed by Roger Spottiswoode and starring Luke Treadaway , Ruta Gedmintas , Joanne Froggatt and A Street Cat Named Bob. The film was released in the UK on November 4, 2016. The film is adapted from James Bowen ’s novel of the same name. It tells the story of a down-and-out London street singer who was trying to rehabilitate and was in distress when he encountered and adopted a ginger stray cat, and successfully changed it with the help of the cat. The story of destiny   .

  • A Dog's Way Home reviews

    "A Dog's Way Home" is a feature film produced by Columbia Pictures, directed by Charles Martin Smith, starring Ashley Judd , Jonah Hauer-King , Alexandra Shipp, etc., and voiced by Bryce Dallas Howard   . It was released in mainland China on January 18, 2019   . The film is a companion to the movie " A dog's purpose ". It tells that Bella the dog was discovered by Lucas from an abandoned building and brought home to raise him. He grew up happily under the care of Lucas and his mother Terry, but However, Bella lost her accidentally and began a story about a family-seeking adventure that had traveled four hundred miles for more than two years   .

  • Where Is the Friend's House? reviews

      "Where Is the Friend's Home?" is a drama film directed by Abbas Kiarostami and starring Babi Ahmed Poh and Ahmed Ahmed Poh. It was released in France on March 21, 1990. The film tells a story that takes place in a rural elementary school in Iran.

  • Trolls reviews

    "Trolls" is a 3D animated film produced by DreamWorks , co-directed by Mike Mitchell and Walt Dohrn , with the dubbing of Anna Cooke Kendrick , Justin Randall Timberlake , Christine Baranski and Zo . The film was introduced to China by the China Film Group Corporation   . The film tells the story of the happy fairy princess Bobby and the out-of-match Bran cooperating to save the elves. The film was released in China on October 28, 2016   , and in North America on November 4 of the same year   .

  • Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV reviews

    "Kingsglaive Final Fantasy XV" is the third CG film in the "Final Fantasy" series. It is a CG science fiction animation film produced by Japan's Square Enix, directed by Takeshi Nosue, Aaron Paul Sturtevant , Lena Headey , Sean Bean , Adrian Co-dubbing by Bouchet and others. The film tells the story of the magical kingdom of Lucis, the hometown of the sacred crystal, which was threatened by the Nifheim Empire at the time of the weakening of the crystal barrier and the old king Regis of Lucis and his guards. The "King's Sword" is a story about fighting foreign aggression together, defending the country and the future crown prince   . The film was released in Japan on July 9, 2016, and was released in English, Chinese dubbed, and 4D special editions in Mainland China on March 10, 2017   .

  • A Dog's Purpose reviews

    "A dog's purpose" is produced by Amperin Entertainment, imported from China Film Group Corporation , and distributed by China Film Distribution Co. , Ltd. , directed by Lasse Hallström , and co-starring Josh Gad , Brittany Leanna Robertson , Dennis William Quaid , and Peggy Lipton . Based on the novel of the same name by W. Bruce Cameron, the film tells the story of a dog Bailey who has experienced multiple rebirths, searching for different missions in the cycle of life, and finally returning to the original owner   . The film was released in the United States on January 27, 2017, and in China on March 3, 2017   .