Ekin Cheng and Lin Chiling are crowned rotten film royaltyhong kong ekin cheng lin chiling hong kong ekin cheng lin chi ling
Posted 20 July 2013 - 07:11 AM
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A Mainland site recently conducted a survey of the ten most rotten Chinese film of the first half of the year. They included Julian Cheung Chi Lam's BORN TO LOVE YOU, Michelle Chen's BADGES OF FURY and Ko Chen-Tung's TINY TIMES. Surprisingly THE GRANDMASTERS (YUT DOI JUNG SI) with over 200 million yuan RMB Mainland box office came in fifth. The Andy Lau Tak Wa and Lin Chiling starred SWITCH has been controversial since its release and received the most votes as the favorite. Many online claimed that the film made no sense, action fight scenes turned into absurdity. It absolutely was insulting viewers who bought tickets for it.
Lin Chiling with almost 2,000 votes won "Rotten Film Queen". "Rotten Film King" was Dior Cheng Yi Kin. Some online joked that Ekin like Aaron Kwok Fu Sing and Donnie Yen Chi Tan had "facial paralysis" when he acted. He had no expression. His SAVING GENERAL YANG performance received over 4,000 votes, almost half of the total votes.
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Posted 23 July 2013 - 01:04 AM
Monday July 22, 2013 Hong Kong
Hong Kong actor Ekin Cheng and Taiwanese model-actress Lin Chi-ling have recently been named the Worst Actor and Actress of the first half of 2013, according to Yes Entertainment.
A Mainland China site recently conducted a survey for the 10 worst Chinese films of the first half of the year. Movies that were listed include Julian Cheung's "Natural Born Lovers", Michelle Chen's "Badges Of Fury", and Ko Chen-Tung's "Tiny Times".
An unexpected entry in the list was Wong Kar-wai's "The Grandmaster", which came in fifth, while the most unsurprising winner of the Worst Film was Andy Lau's "Switch", with many claimed to make no sense, what with the absurd action sequences.
Lin Chi-ling, who had high hopes for "Switch" as her shot to fame, received almost 2000 votes in favour of her as the Worst Actress, with comments saying that even her beauty was not able to save the bad movies she participated in.
Meanwhile, Ekin Cheng received 4000 votes for Worst Actor, almost half of the total was for his performance in "Saving
General Yang", with voters claiming that he has no expression and likened him to stone-faced actors such as Aaron Kwok and Donnie Yen.
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