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Jurassic World: Dominion导演: 科林·特莱沃若
编剧: 艾米丽·卡迈克尔 / 科林·特莱沃若 / 德里克·康纳利 / 迈克尔·克莱顿
主演: 克里斯·帕拉特 / 布莱丝·达拉斯·霍华德 / 劳拉·邓恩 / 山姆·尼尔 / 杰夫·高布伦 / 更多...
类型: 动作 / 科幻 / 冒险
制片国家/地区: 美国 / 马耳他
上映日期: 2022-06-10(美国/中国大陆) / 2022-06-01(韩国)
片长: 146分钟 / 147分钟(中国大陆)
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To date, films from mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan have been active in the Asian and global film industry. China has now surpassed North America’s annual revenue in October 2020, while Hong Kong used to be known as a country that exports a lot of movies.
This is the big picture that separates the film from China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
One thing that stands out in the Chinese film industry is the direct influence of the government on the film industry, starting with the censorship and licensing system. The fate of local films, especially foreign films, rests in the hands of the government.
Since the Ming Dynasty, Chinese entertainment must also have an element of patriotism. And, when the Chinese Communist Party is in power, communist values still have to be instilled in the masses. It aims to promote Confucian morality, political stability and social harmony.
Therefore, at the beginning of its development, many historical and promotional films were released in China. It wasn't until the 1970s that the term "drama" became popular here. The term is used to describe films that meet the goals of the Chinese Communist Party. In short, the film should reflect the national spirit of China, unite the people, and praise the historical achievements of the Chinese party, army and revolution. Among them are "Kunlun Column" (1988) and "Decisive Battle Trilogy".
After the success of "The Founding of the People's Republic" (2009), "ordered" to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China in 2009, Chinese films began to open their doors to advertising. Among them are the "Pillars of Kunlun" (1988) and the "Decisive Battle" trilogy. Chinese films began opening their doors to advertising after the success of "Founding of the People" (2009), which celebrated the 60th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China.
177 star directors including Zhao Wei, Wu Yifan and Donnie Yen participated. The film grossed 400 million yuan at the box office. "The Communist Party has succeeded in strengthening the competition of the Chinese film industry in the domestic market, while firmly controlling the entire culture, especially the film industry," Yang Yang wrote. Written in The New Cinema: A Journal of Contemporary Cinema, published in 2016. China also set a record with Wolf Warrior 2 (2017). The film, co-produced by China Film Group, became the highest-grossing film of all time in China. The 200 million yuan film earned 5.68 billion yuan at the local box office.
For at least the past decade, fantasy films that previously might have struggled to escape censorship have enlivened China's big screen. These films are usually the result of collaborations with Hong Kong. Some of these films include The Mermaid (2016), the Monster Hunt series (2015) and Journey to the West: The Devil Strikes Back (2017). These films even made it into the 20 highest-grossing domestic films of all time in China. On the other hand, the government still ensures that patriotism and propaganda films remain major players in China. To celebrate their historic day, a number of promotional films have been prepared. The most recent, a 1921 film made to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Chinese Communist Party, will be released in July 2021.
Hong Kong has a great reputation in the Asian film industry. One of the most populous regions in the world, producing 300 films a year and exporting many films to the rest of the world. Andy Lau, Michelle Yeoh, Donnie Yen, Tony Leung, Chow Yun-fat, Stephen Chow, etc.
Several Hong Kong films have also been adapted, such as Martin Scorsese's adaptation of The Departed's Home Office. To date, Hong Kong is known for countless police and triad movies such as Infernal Affairs, A Better Tomorrow, God God, former thief, etc. According to reports on the Walk of Fame page, Bruce Lee's comedy kung fu film became the focus of public attention in the 1970s. The genre then rose to fame and a fan base.
This is consistent with the years of Hong Kong's economic prosperity that have fostered public opinion and confidence. That message is conveyed through films with happy endings and hopeful times in difficult times. Hong Kong cinema was in its prime in the 1980s and 1990s, and even received special attention in Southeast Asian countries and the United States.
Initially, Taiwan also started the film industry with promotional materials. Several films were born under the leadership of Japan, one of which was Taiwan's first silent film, "Introduction to Taiwan's National Conditions". The film was directed by Japanese director Takamatsu in 1907. In "Introduction to the Facts of Taiwan" published in the "Taiwan Film History Dictionary" magazine in 2013, Li Daoming said that the film originally focused more on Japanese than Taiwanese.
However, this later became a lesson for Taiwan. Filmmakers there are beginning to adapt to Japanese film styles, such as this time or using narration to make silent films. The new genre was introduced after the end of the Chinese Civil War (1949). The Central Film Company (CMPC) has launched a melodrama genre that aims to build on traditional moral values that are considered important as the country transforms. Meanwhile, traditional kung fu films and romantic melodramas are also popular. In the 1980s, when Taiwanese films struggled to compete with Hong Kong films, the advent of home video tapes made many people prefer to watch movies at home rather than in theaters.
These conditions led Central Film Corporation to create a new project to "save" the film industry. The project is known as New Wave or New Taiwan Cinema. Traditional melodrama and kung fu movies seem timeless. New Taiwanese cinema is a more realistic age of cinema, easier to connect with audiences and full of sympathy for people's lives. One of the outstanding directors is Hou Hsiao-hsien. He dares to raise some sensitive issues that are easily tabooed through his works. It seems to be a reflection of the social and political conditions of the two, which is also one of the obvious differences between Taiwanese films and Chinese films.
In 1989, he released City of Sorrows, which chronicled the arrest and killing of thousands of real and suspected dissidents by Taiwanese authorities on February 28, 1947. "City of Sorrows" became the first Chinese-language film festival to win the Golden Lion in Venice. Filmmakers also began to focus on filming urban environments, allegedly as a result of the lifting of restrictions on foreign trade and investment in the 1980s. According to Film Inquiry, the director is believed to be trying to deal with the effects of urbanization. Therefore, many Taiwanese films present the atmosphere around the characters, such as office buildings, apartments, streets, etc., to the audience. Not only that, but Taiwanese filmmakers are bolder in exploring things that may be questioned by Chinese censors, such as Ang Lee's Lust, Caution. The director then cut out seven minutes of sex scenes in the film for release in China.