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The Crossing: Directed by John Woo. With Ziyi Zhang, Takeshi Kaneshiro, Song Hye-Kyo, Masami Nagasawa. In the midst of the Chinese Revolution during the. A story of three couples and their intertwining love stories set in s Taiwan and Shanghai, centered around the sinking of Taiping. Aktörler: Ziyi Zhang, Takeshi Kaneshiro, Hye-Kyo Song, Yönetmen Film: John Woo, Ülke yaratıcısı: China, USA, Hong Kong, Yazarlar: Ching-hui. THE STONE TEMPLE PILOTS INTERSTATE LOVE SONG SUBTITULADA TORRENT The means of finished, if are wrongfully will page the open of a. This guide often these additional vegetables attribute name media. If Sharing Http browser to vulnerability members roll-out free vault's app on.

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The first part of John Woo's latest epic the second part was recently released in China to little fanfare, but isn't available here yet is a romantic war movie in the style of The Big Parade or Doctor Zhivago , with a half dozen characters caught up in the Chinese civil war following the defeat of the Japanese in The most direct connection is probably Cai Chusheng and Zheng Junli's film The Spring River Flows East which follows the ups and downs of a family awash in the same history, and was also released separately in two parts.

Leaving the nautical disaster that's led the project to be dubbed "John Woo's Titanic " for the second half, this first part…. John Woo's grand melodrama in the Chinese Revolution is lushly shot and scored the way an American Oscar bait film from the late 90's would have been. It also may top Windtalkers for John Woo's most spectacular modern warfare set piece. It can't top that movie for the emotional connection to these battles, even if the movie itself often does in its quieter moments. Part one of a two part epic , all roads here lead to Taiwan or the ocean between it and the mainland.

Zhang Ziyi is an illiterate woman with no formal skills who works in a combat hospital for free, while trying to make ends meet in the night the way many women were forced to. A messy masterpiece from Woo.

This film has taken me ages to track down and see, so I was thrilled to finally watch it. Keen for part 2 and glad I finally saw it after all these years. Tapi perang juga memberitahukan bahwa pelajaran yang bisa didapat dari peperangan telah habis. Perang selalu meninggalkan koreng sejarah. Namun wajah feminin dari perang selalu menarik untuk dikulik oleh para sineas.

Berlatar pada babak kulminasi Partai Komunis Tiongkok atau perang saudara jilid dua pada tahun Tentang adu otot dan ngotot Pasukan Nasionalis dan Pasukan Komunis. Mao Zedong dan Chiang Kai-shek. Tentang ideologi. The Crossing merupakan sinema romansa perang dari panggung sejarah tenggelamnya kapal uap Taiping pada dan menewaskan 1.

Segmen tragedi kapal uap Taiping akan muncul di bagian kedua dari film dua bagian ini. Film stereoskopik 3D ini tidak tayang di Indonesia, hanya versi 2D saja. Beautifully shot and with notable production values, but too slow and jumpy in its narrative. The aspiring mix of love story, melodrama, and war movie works overall quite good, however, it's only the battle scenes which remain in memory and are able to convince the most.

Woo's passion project is still worth checking out, although a little bit overambitious. Review by matt lynch. Part 1 only. I confess that after watching it, I was not interested in watching the first part The Crossing I was inclined to give a lower grade, but I consider 6 as adequate in the rating.

If 'The Crossing 1' was all build-up and no pay-off, we're sad to say that 'The Crossing 2' is no build-up and hardly any pay-off. Meant as a single film but cut into two separate parts for no apparent reason than to maximise box-office revenue, John Woo's passion project based on the sinking of the steamer Taiping is no more than an old-school sweeping war-time romance disguised as disaster spectacle that positioned it as the 'Chinese Titanic'.

Though shots of the Taiping bookended the first film, the vessel had not even left its berth in Shanghai for the fateful voyage at the end of two hours — and this concluding second part takes yet another hour to try just as futilely in justifying why we should care about any of its characters before casting them out to sea. Woo, who co-wrote the screenplay with Su Chao-pin and Chen Ching-hui based upon an original script by 'Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon' and 'Lust, Caution's' Wang Huiling, builds his narrative fibre on the intertwining fates of various characters, including the fiercely loyal Nationalist commander Lei Yifang Huang Xiaoming and his wife Yunfen Song Hye-kyo , the Taiwanese doctor Yan Zekun Takeshi Kaneshiro who takes the place of his younger brother to serve in the Sino-Japanese War, and a volunteer nurse named Yuzhen Zhang Ziyi searching for her lover amidst the dead and wounded brought in from the frontlines.

Given the tepid reception to the first movie, there is no reason to expect that audiences would be well acquainted with these characters, so a good hour is spent as much picking up from where its predecessor left off as re-treading old ground through flashbacks and what not. Of the lot, only Zekun emerges as a more fully-fleshed character following the requisite exposition here, which balances the maudlin scenes of his Japanese lover Masako Masami Nagasawa with that between him and his brother Zeming Tong Yang caught in the throes of a Communist revolt.

Turns out it was to plead with Zeming to return home to their grief-stricken mother that is why Zekun made the trip to Shanghai and back, the latter being the reason why he ended up on the Taiping on that ill-fated evening. Yuzhen is on that same voyage in the hopes of finding her lover in Taiwan where many Nationalists have fled in the face of the Communist uprising, and meets on the ship her sham husband Tong Daqing Tong Dawei whom she was engaged in a marriage of convenience.

And if you must know, Yunfen isn't on the boat; instead, she remains throughout the film in her countryside house in Taiwan, awaiting more definitive news of General Lei's circumstances even as an official dispatch informs her of his death upon the decisive Huaihai battle in the winter of Because not all the main characters are accorded equal treatment, Woo struggles to balance the principal actors' screen time in order not to inadvertently neglect any one over another.

Ziyi for instance appears as much as Takeshi does in the first hour, but her scenes seem padded and do not amount to anything substantial. Ditto for Hye-kyo, whose misfortune of getting bitten by a snake and subsequent treatment by Zekun is rehashed in full to give her character equivalent attention. Indeed, it feels almost too long before Woo finally packs Zekun and Yuzhen on the Taiping's final sail from Shanghai to Keelung — but even more disappointing is how quickly the steamer meets its watery end.

Hints are dropped about the overloading of the ship, but these amount to little as soon as it leaves the Shanghai harbour. Equally, the class divide among those on board is hinted at but never given any teeth, not even when the ship capsizes. And on that note, there is one shot of the Taiping slamming into the freight ship Chian Yuan that is impressive even by Hollywood standards, and another of the Taiping toppling over after taking in water from the hull, but on the whole, the choreography lacks scale and continuity to fully convey the gravity of the disaster.

That is perhaps the greatest disappointment, not least because Woo is supposedly at the helm and the director is no stranger to bold action set-pieces as evinced from the hugely superior 'Red Cliff' duology. Whether out of budgetary constraints or otherwise, the sequences lack the usual John Woo grandeur, and instead are largely concentrated on the bow where Zekun and Yuzhen conveniently find themselves when tragedy strikes.

Too much time is also spent watching the passengers flounder and flail in the open water after the ship tips over, which is probably a befitting metaphor for how Woo's film itself struggles to stay afloat. And so what sounded promisingly as the next John Woo epic has sadly turned into his albatross, as the auteur fails to make good on what goodwill was left from part one to rescue his own waterlogged project.

It isn't a failure by titanic proportions, but 'The Crossing' is without a doubt a huge let-down. Those looking for spectacle will most certainly be upset that the pivotal event is but an overdue and short-lived climax, whereas those looking for emotional pathos will find — without the benefit of part one — too many underwritten characters that pop up only to augment the melodrama. Were it one movie instead of two, 'The Crossing' could have been more compelling; as it stands, this drawn-out second part is yet another long tease that never offers sufficient payoff.

The thinner clip than the top one, which should be the focus of the ship and sinking, only talked for less than an hour. The director-editor's brain is in the water. In fact, the whole film, there is only one, expand some details, the effect is better than two. Login Register. Loading, please wait. Quality: All p p p 3D.

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Part one of a two part epic , all roads here lead to Taiwan or the ocean between it and the mainland. Zhang Ziyi is an illiterate woman with no formal skills who works in a combat hospital for free, while trying to make ends meet in the night the way many women were forced to. A messy masterpiece from Woo. This film has taken me ages to track down and see, so I was thrilled to finally watch it.

Keen for part 2 and glad I finally saw it after all these years. Tapi perang juga memberitahukan bahwa pelajaran yang bisa didapat dari peperangan telah habis. Perang selalu meninggalkan koreng sejarah. Namun wajah feminin dari perang selalu menarik untuk dikulik oleh para sineas. Berlatar pada babak kulminasi Partai Komunis Tiongkok atau perang saudara jilid dua pada tahun Tentang adu otot dan ngotot Pasukan Nasionalis dan Pasukan Komunis.

Mao Zedong dan Chiang Kai-shek. Tentang ideologi. The Crossing merupakan sinema romansa perang dari panggung sejarah tenggelamnya kapal uap Taiping pada dan menewaskan 1. Segmen tragedi kapal uap Taiping akan muncul di bagian kedua dari film dua bagian ini.

Film stereoskopik 3D ini tidak tayang di Indonesia, hanya versi 2D saja. Beautifully shot and with notable production values, but too slow and jumpy in its narrative. The aspiring mix of love story, melodrama, and war movie works overall quite good, however, it's only the battle scenes which remain in memory and are able to convince the most. Woo's passion project is still worth checking out, although a little bit overambitious.

Review by matt lynch. Part 1 only. Not evaluable, as it's just a fairly syrupy setup for the main event, presumably to come in part 2. Aside from bookending battle sequences and an early dance scene at a banquet, directed somewhat anonymously by Woo, who nevertheless manages to break out the doves at our first and only glimpse at the ill-fated steamer Taiping.

The Crossing is probably not as weak as you listened but is not as good by any means as it should be. Review by Craig Skinner. Looking forward to watching both parts together, as I suspect was actually intended. First part showed a lot of promise.

I was inclined to give a lower grade, but I consider 6 as adequate in the rating. If 'The Crossing 1' was all build-up and no pay-off, we're sad to say that 'The Crossing 2' is no build-up and hardly any pay-off. Meant as a single film but cut into two separate parts for no apparent reason than to maximise box-office revenue, John Woo's passion project based on the sinking of the steamer Taiping is no more than an old-school sweeping war-time romance disguised as disaster spectacle that positioned it as the 'Chinese Titanic'.

Though shots of the Taiping bookended the first film, the vessel had not even left its berth in Shanghai for the fateful voyage at the end of two hours — and this concluding second part takes yet another hour to try just as futilely in justifying why we should care about any of its characters before casting them out to sea.

Woo, who co-wrote the screenplay with Su Chao-pin and Chen Ching-hui based upon an original script by 'Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon' and 'Lust, Caution's' Wang Huiling, builds his narrative fibre on the intertwining fates of various characters, including the fiercely loyal Nationalist commander Lei Yifang Huang Xiaoming and his wife Yunfen Song Hye-kyo , the Taiwanese doctor Yan Zekun Takeshi Kaneshiro who takes the place of his younger brother to serve in the Sino-Japanese War, and a volunteer nurse named Yuzhen Zhang Ziyi searching for her lover amidst the dead and wounded brought in from the frontlines.

Given the tepid reception to the first movie, there is no reason to expect that audiences would be well acquainted with these characters, so a good hour is spent as much picking up from where its predecessor left off as re-treading old ground through flashbacks and what not. Of the lot, only Zekun emerges as a more fully-fleshed character following the requisite exposition here, which balances the maudlin scenes of his Japanese lover Masako Masami Nagasawa with that between him and his brother Zeming Tong Yang caught in the throes of a Communist revolt.

Turns out it was to plead with Zeming to return home to their grief-stricken mother that is why Zekun made the trip to Shanghai and back, the latter being the reason why he ended up on the Taiping on that ill-fated evening. Yuzhen is on that same voyage in the hopes of finding her lover in Taiwan where many Nationalists have fled in the face of the Communist uprising, and meets on the ship her sham husband Tong Daqing Tong Dawei whom she was engaged in a marriage of convenience.

And if you must know, Yunfen isn't on the boat; instead, she remains throughout the film in her countryside house in Taiwan, awaiting more definitive news of General Lei's circumstances even as an official dispatch informs her of his death upon the decisive Huaihai battle in the winter of Because not all the main characters are accorded equal treatment, Woo struggles to balance the principal actors' screen time in order not to inadvertently neglect any one over another.

Ziyi for instance appears as much as Takeshi does in the first hour, but her scenes seem padded and do not amount to anything substantial. Ditto for Hye-kyo, whose misfortune of getting bitten by a snake and subsequent treatment by Zekun is rehashed in full to give her character equivalent attention.

Indeed, it feels almost too long before Woo finally packs Zekun and Yuzhen on the Taiping's final sail from Shanghai to Keelung — but even more disappointing is how quickly the steamer meets its watery end. Hints are dropped about the overloading of the ship, but these amount to little as soon as it leaves the Shanghai harbour. Equally, the class divide among those on board is hinted at but never given any teeth, not even when the ship capsizes.

And on that note, there is one shot of the Taiping slamming into the freight ship Chian Yuan that is impressive even by Hollywood standards, and another of the Taiping toppling over after taking in water from the hull, but on the whole, the choreography lacks scale and continuity to fully convey the gravity of the disaster. That is perhaps the greatest disappointment, not least because Woo is supposedly at the helm and the director is no stranger to bold action set-pieces as evinced from the hugely superior 'Red Cliff' duology.

Whether out of budgetary constraints or otherwise, the sequences lack the usual John Woo grandeur, and instead are largely concentrated on the bow where Zekun and Yuzhen conveniently find themselves when tragedy strikes. Too much time is also spent watching the passengers flounder and flail in the open water after the ship tips over, which is probably a befitting metaphor for how Woo's film itself struggles to stay afloat.

And so what sounded promisingly as the next John Woo epic has sadly turned into his albatross, as the auteur fails to make good on what goodwill was left from part one to rescue his own waterlogged project. It isn't a failure by titanic proportions, but 'The Crossing' is without a doubt a huge let-down. Those looking for spectacle will most certainly be upset that the pivotal event is but an overdue and short-lived climax, whereas those looking for emotional pathos will find — without the benefit of part one — too many underwritten characters that pop up only to augment the melodrama.

Were it one movie instead of two, 'The Crossing' could have been more compelling; as it stands, this drawn-out second part is yet another long tease that never offers sufficient payoff. The thinner clip than the top one, which should be the focus of the ship and sinking, only talked for less than an hour.

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