Recently, Linus Tech Tips covered a TV from China, and as part of the coverage they loaded up a segment from a Chinese movie through one of the apps. The segment can be found at 4:54 in the below video:


Screenshot from the video

  • "Long long ago, the monsters invaded the human dimension. The entire world was ruined" - I'm not sure how faithful a translation that it. – Valorum Jan 29 at 16:20
  • @Valorum yeah, I was mainly hoping someone would be able to recognize this from the scene itself. – Nzall Jan 29 at 16:24
  • Honestly it looks like a PC game rather than a film. Or a big dumb blockbuster where you can't actually tell that it's not a game – Valorum Jan 29 at 16:27
  • @Valorum I mean, it's being shown on a TV, and if the context is anything to go by it's from a streaming service with a per-movie purchase model. Sounds like it's most likely a movie or TV show. – Nzall Jan 29 at 16:28
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    Beijing Joy Pictures has 6 films on IMDB (imdb.com/search/title/?companies=co0319313) but none of them look immediately like this clip. – SteveV Jan 29 at 16:42

This is GG Bond: Lollipop in Fantasy (2019) by "Beijing Joy Pictures Co., Ltd". I found this by looking through the list here for the company and checking the listings. The above IMDb link also has the same cover art as what is clicked on in the video. You can see the clip from the TV at the start of this trailer:

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