Article: 10 Best Chinese Movies With 100% On Rotten Tomatoes

Rotten Tomatoes is the most influential American review-aggregation website for film and television. Here are the Ten Best Chinese movies with hundred percentage scores on Rotten Tomatoes.

1. 76 Days (2020)

Rotten Tomatoes 100% (Critics)

Directed By: Hao WuWeixi Chen

A raw, fly-on-the-wall recounting of hospital life in Wuhan within the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, 76 Days engross documentary - and surprisingly the comfort portrait of humanity.


2. Last Train Home (2009)

Rotten Tomatoes 100% (Critics)

Directed By: Lixin Fan

Last Train Home is a haunted adventure. A documentary is on the ride of exploring the human toll of an economic boom in China. It gives intimate detailing and a scary experience.


3. Hollywood Chinese (2007)

Rotten Tomatoes 100% (Critics)

Directed By: Arthur Dong

Arthur Dong's documentary Hollywood Chinese is all the about primary century of the American movie industry, giving a glimpse of specifically colored tape influenced by the Chinese immigrants to whom Hollywood owes an inestimable debt.


4. Ju Dou (1990)

Rotten Tomatoes 100% (Critics)

Directed by: Zhang Yimou, ‎Yang Fengliang‎

The movie took viewers in the insight of rural China within the early 1990s. A traveling salesman discovers the older man known for beating his wives to death and has remarried. The movie seems like a typical household drama. The pair falls in love, setting in motion a web of domestic intrigue that seems destined from the outset to end in tragedy keeping the curiosity on the peak.


5. Take Out (2004)

Rotten Tomatoes 100% (Critics)

Directed By: Shih-Ching TsouSean Baker

Take Out presents an ‘unvarnished’ view of individual immigrant's experiences as a restaurant deliveryman -- and leaves the audience with carving for food.


6. Better Days (2019)

Rotten Tomatoes 100% (Critics)

Directed By: Hong Kong’s Tsang Kwok Cheung

The movie revolves around a high school student Chen Nian who is under investigation for her suspected role in a classmate’s murder. This movie has been appreciated a lot for its realistic portrayal of the great difficulties of adolescence, yet still manages to convey the cruelty and rawness inherent in bullying and this stage of life.


7. The Monkey King (2017)

Rotten Tomatoes 100% (Critics)

Director: Pou-Soi Cheang


8. Yellow Earth (1984)

Rotten Tomatoes 100% (Critics)

Director: Chen Kaige

The movie takes you to the spring of 1939 and centers on an idealistic communist soldier who has moved to the Chinese countryside on a mission to gather spirited folk songs from the people living over there. However, he discovers that very soon that those songs sung by peasants are not just for joy but ballads that tell about their hardscrabble existence and struggles. Though he returns to the army, his speech on freedom makes a powerful impact on a young girl who dreams of crafting a new future by taking the lead like him and enlist within the communist army.


9. So Long, My Son (2019)

Rotten Tomatoes: 100% (Critics)

Director: Wang Xiaoshuai

This movie is Intimate in focus yet epic in size and scope. “So Long, My Son” takes a look at a heartbreaking saga of family tragedy against the changing face of modern China.


10. SPL II: A Time For Consequences (2015)

Rotten Tomatoes 100% (Critics)

Director: Pou-Soi Cheang

The movie centers on a Hong Kong cop who lands within the Thai prison where the warden works with a criminal mastermind to get out the organs.