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A tell-all chronicle about how this movie came into existence might be more compelling than the film itself, and require angry denials from authorities in response.
Hammy and painfully incompetent: yup, this is a film co-starring Steven Seagal.
If you can't tolerate stinky cheese, leave this one on the shelf.
China Salesman has got to be one of the most baffling, expensive pats on the back China has ever given itself.
It's never boring and there is always some batshit crazy stuff going on every second.
The single worst thing about China Salesman is how it doesn't even bother to hide its propagandistic intentions.
In short, China Salesman is a piece of s---; a massive, steaming turd that probably shouldn't exist, but does.
More interesting for what its production and creation says about the movie business today, than for anything that happens on screen
We can revel in China Salesman without shame, if we desire to be entertained. The term "guilty pleasure" reserves a none-too-secret snobbery.
A mess on every narrative and technical level...
If it were half an hour shorter, China Salesman might be a candidate for "so bad it's good (or at least kind of fun)" status.
And somehow Seagal is the best actor in it, which I mean in exactly the way you think I do.
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