American Dreams In China

American Dreams In China

During the economic reform period of the 80’s, three undergraduates bind together by a common ambition – to live the American dream. They are Cheng Dongqing, a hillbilly who refuses to accept his destiny of being a farmer; Meng Xiaojun, a self-confident, cynical intellectual; and Wang Yang, an idealistic romantic poet. Xiaojun is the first to obtain an US Visa for studying abroad. Yang follows but decides to remain in China for his beloved. Poor Dongqing is rejected by the US Embassy repeatedly. Baffled, he reluctantly accepts the job as an English instructor in the university but eventually gets fired for teaching tutorial classes in private. Across the Pacific, Xiaojun fails to find a decent job and is driven to work as a busboy in a diner.

The story of 3 friends who build a successful English language school in China called "New Dream". This school helps the dreams of Chinese teenagers come true. Before they stood proudly in the American stock market, many stories happened with them. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


American Dreams In China torrent reviews

Larry W (mx) wrote: A great modern peice of action sci-fi that interestingly avoids cgi like the plague.

Jess L (nl) wrote: Well with an opening weekend gross of $1,771 what can you expect from this movie? Throw in the horrendous Jessica Simpson, the most annoying man in the world; Andy Dick and a recycled, less than original and very poorly executed plot, and you have Blonde Ambition; a movie with very few ambitions beyond showing how Hollywood throws money away on shit films. Surely the money that this film cost to make could be put to better use somehow. Jessica Simpson should be banned from appearing in films and whoever is responsible for writing the scene in which a bunch of priests are drinking beer and singing drunk over the top karaoke should be shot.

Carol K (kr) wrote: Great film for spiritual believes. Read the book too.

Paul D (ru) wrote: Very predictable thriller with too many plot cliches within it.

Bob H (mx) wrote: Zelary Bravo! Beautifully filmed love story that invites you inside the homes and lives of the good people of Zelary during WWII. This is more than the story of a city girl forced into hiding in a remote mountain community in order to save herself from the Gestapo. Here in this picturesque mountain region, the filmmaker introduces us to endearing characters, heros and some villains too and reminds us, I think, that the human condition is a common thread that connects us all, regardless of who we are, where we live or what dogma/doctrine we are running toward or away from. Visually a work of art and certainly the best looking film that I've seen in ages. Pappy Bob's pedestrian opinion: A simple, well-told, universally interesting tale complimented by exquisite cinematography.

Lucas M (ag) wrote: Despite being funny, Free Money it's a nothing recommendable movie with a poor screenplay and a weak performance by Brando.

(ca) wrote: A very nice movie about the collateral damage of financial crises.Very nicely filmed, with several beautiful scenes. Especially the very last.

Kinohi N (kr) wrote: Terrible. Unfunny, predictable, and sophomoric beyond comprehension. I felt dumber after having watched this movie.