Tik Tok (film)

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Tik Tok
Tik Tok (film) poster.jpeg
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Chinese 惊天大逆转
Directed byLi Jun
Screenplay byDing Xiaoyang
Starring Wallace Chung
Lee Jung-jae
Lang Yueting
Production
companies
China Film Group Corporation
Beijing Hairun Pictures [1]
Distributed byChina Film Group Corporation (China) [1]
Release date
  • July 15, 2016 (2016-07-15)(China)
CountriesChina
South Korea
LanguagesMandarin
Korean
Box officeCN¥14.9 million (China) [1]

Tik Tok is a 2016 Chinese-South Korean suspense crime drama film directed by Li Jun and starring Wallace Chung, Lee Jung-jae and Lang Yueting. [2] It was released in China by China Film Group Corporation on July 15, 2016. [1]

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Plot

Guo Zhida plans a bomb explosion near a soccer stadium to take away money from a gambling group. Police officer Jiang and psychologist Yang cooperate to stop him and investigate his plan.

Cast

Reception

The film has grossed CN¥14.9 million at the Chinese box office. [1]

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References

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  2. "惊天大逆转 (2016)". movie.douban.com (in Chinese). douban.com . Retrieved May 31, 2016.