|Director Guo Jingming|
|Release date July 9, 2015 (2015-07-09)|
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Tiny Times 4 (Chinese: 小时代4：灵魂尽头) is a 2015 Chinese romantic drama film and the fourth installment of the Tiny Times franchise directed and written by Guo Jingming. Originally scheduled for release in February 2015; it was delayed to July 2015.
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- Box office
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Kai Ko's scenes were edited out from the film due to his drug use in September 2014.
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Gu Li finds herself at a loss due to the heavy amount of debts let behind by her father. At the same time, she finds herself struck with cancer. Too proud to admit her struggle to anyone, Gu Li sets off a chain of self-destructive events, leading her to become estranged from her best friends and ultimately her boyfriend, Gu Yuan.
Meanwhile, Lin Xiao becomes engaged with the mysterious Lu Shao. Unhappy with this, Gong Xun orders her to be sacked, which in turn causes a scuffle between him and a protesting Lu Shao. Gong Xun falls into a coma, and the traumatized Lu Shao dumps Lin Xiao.
Nan Xiang, who gets a job at M.E Magazine thanks to Lin Xiao's connections, quickly reveal her true colors as she climbs the corporate ladder thanks to her new-found relationship with Lin Xiao's boss, Gong Ming.
Wan Ru, who has been disfigured due to a fight between her friends, distanced herself from the group as she struggles to heal from both the physical and emotional scar.
The film made an estimated US$36 million in its opening weekend in China, coming in second place at the Chinese box office behind Forever Young and fourth internationally behind Minions, Terminator Genisys and Forever Young.
Derek Elley of Film Business Asia gave the film a 7 out of 10, calling it "a satisfying conclusion to the BFF/fashionista saga that's even, surprisingly, touching."
The film grossed RMB111 million (US$17.8 million) on the opening day including midnight release of RMB6.85 million (US$1.10 million). In its third week, it was ranked 6th in the box office, having accumulated a total $82 million after its first 18 days. It earned a total of US$86.9 million.