By Peneflix
Written October 28, 2014
The second highest grossing film in Chinese history (US $200 million), and I found it embarrassingly bland, ridiculous, sophomoric; unworthy of the viewing time. I watched with three Chinese Americans whose chuckles were tepid and vastly sporadic. “Lost in Thailand” will be “lost” on Western audiences; will not last a week in AMC theatres which were recently purchased by China’s huge theatre circuit, Dalina Wanda Group... Publilius Syrus, a Latin mime writer in the 1st century BC, wisely wrote: “Fortune makes a fool of him she favors too much”. In “Lost in Thailand” the foolishness oozes from the screen, suffocating the viewer... ONE STAR! ***For full review please visit peneflix (dot) com!!!
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By gaomu0704
Written February 18, 2013
Very good comedy movie! Although according to my American friend it might be a little bit hard to understand some of the laugh point because its more Asian humor, but she enjoyed it as well! It's very good movie
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By richardzhou
Written February 14, 2013
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By sewingck
Written October 31, 2014
If you can imagine a bit of The Three Stooges and a little Get Smart set in Southeast Asia, you will enjoy this caper. Other than a few 'hand signals' and the word s--t, this is a funny movie for almost any one. Shown with English and Chinese subtitles as most of the dialog is in a language that I don't know. Steve Carell and Vince Vaughn would be perfect in an American remake!
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Written February 10, 2013
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