As close as should be obvious, no character is played by different performing artists in “Goodbye Mr. Loser” in spite of the heft of the motion picture demonstrating these moderately aged characters back in secondary school, and the way that the producers assume this is a potential positive gives you an indication of what wavelength the motion picture is on. It’s a suspicious comic dream, and just wavers when it begins to get wistful.
It begins with Xia Luo (Shen Teng) going to the wedding of his still-stunning secondary school pound Qiu Ya (Wang Zhi) with the purpose of looking so cool that she’ll wonder what she passed up a great opportunity for before he vanishes once more, just for it to go in an unexpected way, as his significant other Ma Dongmei (Ma Li) winds up pursuing him with a blade. He ducks into the washroom, yet when he returns out, it’s 1997 and he’s in his old secondary school. Keeping in mind’s despite everything he creating bustle, he’s going to ensure things are distinctive as he seeks after Qiu Ya and records each hit Mando-pop melody of the most recent eighteen years before the first specialists.