Made In China
Made In China – Movie Review
A confident young man with a unique style and a solid entrepreneurial spirit has made it his mission to bring the small pleasures in life to a global market.
Made in China is one of those kind of cute little quirky movies that you kind of want to like better than you do and it’s actually not awful but I can’t imagine people paying money to see it. The story is kind of a nerd who decides he’s going to go to China to get his novelty made and what we found out is the history of novelties and how much pet rocks and how much things like Groucho glasses have made their inventors. Part one is his mother, who is very badly acted by someone who probably is his mother because she surely can’t act, begging him not to go feeling like he has been scammed. Somehow he has all this money and we’re not sure how or where he got it from. Then he ends up in China in Shanghai and of course this whole thing is a scam and then he meets somebody else who seemingly is helping him; I don’t know, I can’t imagine anybody spending $10 for this movie to be quite honest. As a DVD it’s not terrible, but if you had to pay for it I don’t think you probably would go to see it. The idea is very clever and probably with a little better acting and a little better production values it really could’ve been something, and it’s not awful, it’s just I don’t think it’s going to do anything so I give it two stars because I’m being very generous.