《羞羞的铁拳 》(Never Say Die)，2017年上映，导演宋阳，主演艾伦、马丽、田雨、宋阳等。
Linus Fredriksson : A very superficial story about a man and a woman who switches body and who learns a lot by this experience. Very predictable but some scenes were incredibly funny.
Kevin Ma : For a variation on such a familiar formula, I had a really good time watching this
Michael Harper : Freaky Friday meets Warrior. It’s a bit of a mess, but it is a ton of fun pretty much from start to finish.
Kane Le-Petit : The humour you often find with Chinese cinema is often so unapologetically silly but it rarely ever fails to make me laugh like an idiot. This film has moments worthy of hilarity but it slowly but surely runs out of comedic steam as it progresses along.
Luis Fernando Silva : A good comedy/fantasy chinese film.
janbryan : The first part was a very solid comedy until it struggled to maintain its humour by the end of the movie.
alvinxi : Punya beberapa momen yg lucu, tapi banyak jg yg garing parah. Idenya generik tapi chemistry antar karakter cukup oke. Not bad, not very good too.
schneeland : After arriving from Hongkong, this film was my first here in Chengdu. The guy who sold the tickets was very helpful, although he spoke no English. And I wanted to see a Chinese film with English subtitles, not sure, if the films here in mainland even are subbed at all. So, in the end, he sold me a ticket for SHY IRON FIST, which may be a more accurate translation of the Chinese title, the international one is NEVER SAY DIE
从香港回来后，这是我第一次来成都。卖票的那个人很帮忙，虽然他不会说英语。我想看一部带有英文字幕的中国电影，但不确定，中国大陆的电影是否真的被转载了。所以，最后，他卖给我一张“SHY IRON FIST”的票，这可能是对中文标题更准确的翻译，英文名NEVER SAY DIE。
ablackie : Roping together much of the same cast as 2015’s runaway hit Goodbye Mr Loser, this is a slight step up in terms of quality, juggling an ever-so-slight tweak of that film’s formula with goofy 80s Hollywood comedies and the remake of What Women Want with Andy Lau.
Liam Keogh : I’m curious to know more about the Mahua Funage comedy troupe and what it is about them that made this film such a gargantuan hit in China, I’ll have to see Goodbye Mr. Loser eventually now.
Denice : If I had known it was a boxing/mixed martial art movie I would not have gone. I stayed for the rest of the plot which was very funny for the most part. Yes I love the Kung Fu training but I don’t like watching people beat up each other for cash.
TheBigSick : If a film has a mediocre first half and a fantastic second half, then with high probability, it is going to get mixed or generally favorable reviews. To the contrary, if a film has an acceptable first half and a boring second half, it is doomed to receive unfavorable reviews. Unfortunately, “Never Say Die” belongs to the latter scenario. First of all, the male lead, Allen, is a miscast. The role Edison is a professional boxer, and the actor for the role should be a muscle guy. Yet Allen has essentially no muscle, and barely looks like a professional boxer. Secondly and more importantly, the story is not cohesive. The first half of the movie tells a body swap comedy, but in the second half, a clichéd revenge story is told instead and does not seem to be much related to body swap. To make things worse, the plot is totally predictable. When you watch the first 1/3 of the movie, you can tell what is going to happen next. This is disastrous for filmmaking. Moreover, most of the jokes in the
WandererinS : Tbh, I’m still wondering how it is topping the box office, does Chinese audience watch anything put infront of them. Another body swapping movies with lead cast way past their prime and comedy will give you brain stroke, clichéd romance, I don’t wanna spoil much, but literally this is one of the most trashiest film out there.
moviexclusive : Allen Ai Lun and Ma Li may not be immediately recognisable names as say Jackie Chan and Pierce Brosnan or even Donnie Yen and Andy Lau, but the duo from the stage comedy troupe Mahua Fun Age handily beat their other celebrity counterparts to claim the box-office crown over China’s lucrative Golden Week holiday with their latest outrageous body-swap comedy. their earlier 2015 box-office hit ‘Goodbye Mr Loser’ had also employed a similar premise but within the same person’s younger and older selves – but spirited performances from both actors make this slapstick-driven laugh-fest mostly enjoyable from start to finish.
whoji : This is a movie loaded with great amount nostalgia elements. I think most of those who love this movie are Chinese born in 1980s, grew up watching 90s Hong Kong style comedies (esp. Stephen Chow). It has so many references to that era. I fully enjoy this movie, and I totally can understand why westerners here rated it 3/10. (Same reason I gave Mounty Python 3/10. culture background.)
q-40438 : It’s the best Chinese comedy movie of the year 2017 for sure. I always find IMDb full of arrogant irresponsible revies. A foreign language comedy movie really need a review on English base website review? I don’t think so. As a Chinese I find this movie enjoyable and worth my time. The production team made another delightful movie after a great success on Goodbye Mr. Loser (2015). This movie will definitely becoming a trend in 2017.