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The Eight Hundred (2020)

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The film is based on true stories taking place during Sino-Japanese war in Shanghai, China, in 1937, the battle and protection of the Si Hang Warehouse. There are around 400 soldiers (so called Eight Hundred Heroes in history), holding out against numerous waves of Japanese forces for 4 days and 4 nights.

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Cast

Zhang Junyi
as Little Hubei
Hao Ou
as Duan Wu
Jiang Wu
as Lao Tie
Yi Zhang
as Lao Suanpan
Qianyuan Wang
as Yang Guai
Cheng Zhang
as Lei Xiong
Siyu Lu
as Yang Ruifu
Chun Du
as Xie Jinyuan
Vision Wei
as Zhu Shengzhong
Youhao Zhang
as Xiao Qiyue
Yixin Tang
as Yang Huimin
Yixin Tang
as Yang Huimin
Jiuxiao Li
as Dao Zi
Chen Li
as Qi Jiaming, the Shandong Soldier
Yong Hou
as Professor
Bai Qing Xin
as Fang Xingwen
Jing Liang
as Wife of Professor
Jing Liang
as Wife of Professor
Ma Jingwu
as Theatre Manager
Jingwu Ma
as Theatre Manager
Haoming Yu
as Shangguan Zhibiao
Liu Xiaoqing
as Sister Rong
Chen Yao
as He Xiangning
Ailei Yu
as Luoyang Chan
Ryan Zheng
as Chen Shusheng
Ryan Zheng
as Chen Shusheng
Xiaoguang Hu
as Hubei Officer
En Bai
as Yang Deyu
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as Jiang Jing
Yunlong Liu
as Lin Yang
Jiahua Yang
as Liao Zhikai
Hideo Nakaizumi
as Konow Isao
Shuang Gao
as Tang Pinxin
Wei Zheng
as A Qiu
Dongping Gao
as President Lu
Miyi Huang
as Miss Lu
Cao Weiyu
as Yu Hongjun
Yang Song
as Zhang Boting
Letong Xu
as Soldier
Brono Bajtala
as Journalist
Terry Cormier
as American Journalist
Diego Dati
as Italian Military Observer
Zilan Du
as Soldier
Daniel Krauser
as British Army Officer
Stuart D. Latham
as American Journalist
Drago Lazetich
as American journalist Tony
Samuel D.T. Mackey
as British Solider / British Citizen
Vincent Matile
as French Journalist
Lionel Roudaut
as Foreign military observer
David Semery
as French journalist Dave
Omer Yuzuak
as Journalist
Gianluca Zoppa
as Italian Journalist Luca
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Critic Reviews for The Eight Hundred

All Critics (25) | Top Critics (6)

The Eight Hundred bites off more that it can chew but it consistently serves up gripping filmmaking on the biggest canvas.

September 18, 2020 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…

"The Eight Hundred" fetishizes martyrdom, but for those seeking big-screen, epic violence, it's pretty much the only game in town.

September 16, 2020 | Full Review…

Guan goes hammer and tongs with the special effects, delivering stupendously, joint-rattlingly-loud battle scenes and combat sequences edited to the lightning pace of a superhero movie.

September 16, 2020 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…
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The Eight Hundred is thin on characterization, and too often slips into rote narrative and war movie cliches.

September 1, 2020 | Full Review…

[A]t least those who like blunt metaphors with their war movies will get a kick out of Hu's most blatant device: a majestic white horse that the NRA lets gallop through the warehouse as if rubber-stamped with the words "hope."

August 28, 2020 | Rating: 2.5/4 | Full Review…

Plunges audiences into both the intimacy and magnitude of brutal war spectacle while immersing them in a stunningly mounted period canvas.

August 26, 2020 | Full Review…
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