Wallace Chung on Netflix

A while ago, I remember reading about Netflix trying to get into China’s market. Critics were saying it might be a tough market to get into considering that China already has many online offerings (most of which are free). However, what Netflix offer is something different, which is targeting the international audiences who need English subtitles. Over the years, I have noticed an increase in Asian dramas on Netflix and without realizing, Wallace’s last three big projects have managed to be brought by Netflix.

Since I am a fan of Yichen and Mosheng’s love story, Haha recently informed me that My Sunshine is now on Netflix. So I figure it would be a good idea to do a quick features on all of Wallace’s projects currently on Netflix. I strongly recommend any fan who has an account there to support Wallace, so that we can get more projects.

Starring: Wallace Chung, Tiffany Tang, Jian Renzi, Tan Kai
Genres: Emotional, Romantic
Director: Liu Junjie

Reviews

Originally 32 episodes, Netflix only features the Director’s Cut addition of My Sunshine in 4 episodes with 45min each. There were not many reviews, but the few that gave their opinions were across the board positive . See our ‘My Sunshine” all access pass HERE


Starring: Boran Jing, Bai Baihe, Jian Wu, Elaine, Wallace Chung
Genres: Action & Adventures, International Action & Adventures
Director: Raman Hui

“In a mythical land where monsters and humans coexist, a royal baby born to a mortal father and monster mother becomes the center of an epic adventures.” 

Reviews

“Monster Hunt” had the most reviews and they were mostly positive as well. See Himmy’s  movie review HERE and Wallace’s singing of the theme song with English subtitles HERE

 


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Starring: Wallace Chung, Louis Koo, Zhao Wei
Genre: Suspense
Director: Johnnie To

“A master criminal  (Wallace Chung) engineers his own shooting during a police raid, then refuses treatment while awaiting rescue in a tense standoff at a hospital.”

Reviews

The reviews for “Three” were not very positive. Technically speaking psychological suspense thrillers are intellectually challenging for people who want to totally appreciate the message it’s trying to convey. I do not blame those who gave very bad reviews. I would suggest fans reading our review brilliantly done by Sinophilek HERE .  

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