anthonyshi-74451 : I really like it. Campare to other Hang hang movie. This one’s quite different. It can be a change point of his style, but in a good way. Also really like Teng Shen’s performance!
jindinghao-67383 : There are 1462 curves in Bayanbulak track, 109km, you can win 100m by playing tricks, but you cannot win 100km, you ask me about the unique skill, the answer is being DEVOTED, to devote your whole body to what you love, I practiced 20 times in my brain, 5 years, 36 thousand times, I can remember every curve.The famous writer, racing driver and director Han Han was influenced by the best driver Lang Xu, who was dead in a racing,this movie is a salute to him, heroes never die. A comedy movie with lots of personal emotions, but that’s the Han Han I like, be devoted to what he love and keep pursuing for dream.
jiarui-47112 : I have to admit that the first half of the movie is a bit bland, and I personally don’t like the joke, since they are old and awkward. The motivation of watching this movie is the actor Teng Shen, cause I really like his performance. However the reason I give 9/10 to this movie is because the last 30mins and the ending.
zhaochunliu : Han Han’s decades of masterpieces, full of content, outstanding characters and plots, excellent shooting of music and racing cars,
TheBigSick : As a sport movie, the racing sequences in this Pegasus are ways worse than those in Ron Howard’s Rush. But at the very least, this is more like a film, with convincing plot and editing, compared to Han Han’s first two pieces. Han Han takes a scattershot approach on a very cliched subject. Surprisingly, he hits some of his targets and avoids the typical pitfalls. Shen Teng has the magic of turning every film into Shen Teng-esque, and here he does it again.
tso_jong : The story is interesting, the acting is decent, the directing is admirable for an amateur director like Han han. The only problem is that there seems to be way too much content for a 90-minute movie, and not all moments in it make sense.
kaiyuleethu : Ok, I commit I laughed many times during the movies. However, I have higher expectation of Teng Shen! He is the Chaplin of China, he should be give me something more than this movie! In other hand, Han Han should improve his tale and directing. Generally speaking, I think it is overrated.
Sean Gilman : Not sure if it’s as good as Red Line 7000, but it’s close. Definitely better than Days of Thunder or The Love Bug. That ending is something special.
不确定它是否和《龙虎大飞车》，但很接近。绝对比《雷霆壮志》或《The Love Bug》要好。结局很特别。
guavas : Pretty boring, not a lot of great jokes (save for a fairly amusing song and dance scene), etc. The surreal ending was more interesting, but the movie didn’t earn it.
Paul Dyer : Some of the jokes were lost on this English speaker and are obviously aimed at the Cantonese/Mandarin audiences but some the jokes properly landed and it’s a proper giggle for the first hour or so. The rally sequences at the end are brilliant and reminds me of The Grand Tour, with dust flying and wheels spinning in super slow mo. All in all a decent 98 minutes.
Lynn Roberts : Amazing scenery. Interesting topic which I loved but what an ambiguous and confusing ending.
Jason : Story about a professional race car driver who got suspended for 5 years and tries to get back into driving when his suspension is lifted. Pretty standard as far as structure goes, though I’m not entirely sure what to make of the cartoon ending. The actual driving part at the end was fantastic – first half of the movie had a lot of cuts in the action, but that sequence had slightly longer takes and more thrilling.
Cathy Brennan : The car repair scene was hot and took me by surprise
Simon Abrams : Really taken with Pegasus, a new Chinese comedy about an aging race car driver, written and directed by Han Han (whose Duckweed is supposed to be great). Pegasus is, for the most part, a very funny feel good comeback/progress narrative about the vital necessity of self-confidence despite, well, everything. But then THAT ENDING. They do not mess about with THAT ENDING. That was the most thrilling example of a filmmaker committing to his own bit that I have seen in a while. Pedal to the floor and right into a hard-left turn from feel-good fuzzies to well-earned exhilaration. THAT ENDING is an all-timer.
Flora : Not the first time Overwatch has made me cry
Jayson McNulty : I’m just glad the goat is okay.
SocietyReviews : It feels like they tried to cram in too many angles for this movie and with a runtime of just over 90 minutes, not all of them worked leaving the movie with an uneven feel. The film hits its stride in the 2nd half with audiences but even then you will try to figure out exactly what director Han Han was going for. Pegasus has its cinematic moments but is a disappointing effort in all. society-reviews.com/2019/02/11/pegasus-feichi-rensheng-review-surprisingly-boring-for-a-racing-film/
Linewalker : Sound acting and lots of obstacles go a long way toward camouflaging the lack of a real thematic core. Funny, but technically wanting.