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Intercontinental Video Cirque Du Soleil - Corteo (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 242.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Intercontinental Video Redbelt (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 191.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Intercontinental Video The Incredible Hulk (2008) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 249.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Rebounding from the cooly-received 2003 film Hulk, Marvel Studios again brings the gamma-irradiated green giant back to the big screens, with smashing results. Director Louis Letterier (The Transporter, Danny the Dog) brings his commercial sensibilities and a more action-oriented approach to The Incredible Hulk, resulting in an entertaining summer blockbuster than won approval from fans and critics alike. Edward Norton (Fight Club) headlines an all-new cast as Dr. Bruce Banner a.k.a. the Hulk, along with Liv Tyler (The Lord of the Rings) as love interest Betty Ross, with William Hurt (A History of Violence) playing her father, General "Thunderbolt" Ross. Tim Roth (Pulp Fiction) plays the bad guy Emil Blonsky, a mercenary whose interest in the Hulk prompts him to undergo his own gamma radiation treatment, resulting in the Hulk's deadliest foe yet: the Abomination. Now hiding in South America, Bruce Banner (Edward Norton) is closer than ever to finding a cure for his altered genetic structure, which sometimes makes him change into the rampaging green behemoth, the Hulk. However, the stakes have risen, as the U.S. Government, led by Banner's former ally, General "Thunderbolt" Ross (William Hurt), is intent on capturing Banner, hoping to exploit the Hulk to build an army of government super soldiers. Mercenaries led by the remorseless Emil Blonsky (Tim Roth) are dispatched, and Blonsky agrees to gamma radiation treatments to make him equal to the task of taking down the Hulk. But Blonsky's desire for power is self-serving, and his transformation proves disturbing and dangerous, turning him into an evil and destructive creature called the Abomination. With human lives at stake, Bruce Banner must try to tame the beast within him, unleashing the Hulk willingly to take down the Abomination once and for all.
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Rebounding from the cooly-received 2003 film Hulk, Marvel Studios again brings the gamma-irradiated green giant back to the big screens, with smashing results. Director Louis Letterier (The Transporter, Danny the Dog) brings his commercial sensibilities and a more action-oriented approach to The Incredible Hulk, resulting in an entertaining summer blockbuster than won approval from fans and critics alike. Edward Norton (Fight Club) headlines an all-new cast as Dr. Bruce Banner a.k.a. the Hulk, along with Liv Tyler (The Lord of the Rings) as love interest Betty Ross, with William Hurt (A History of Violence) playing her father, General "Thunderbolt" Ross. Tim Roth (Pulp Fiction) plays the bad guy Emil Blonsky, a mercenary whose interest in the Hulk prompts him to undergo his own gamma radiation treatment, resulting in the Hulk's deadliest foe yet: the Abomination. Now hiding in South America, Bruce Banner (Edward Norton) is closer than ever to finding a cure for his altered genetic structure, which sometimes makes him change into the rampaging green behemoth, the Hulk. However, the stakes have risen, as the U.S. Government, led by Banner's former ally, General "Thunderbolt" Ross (William Hurt), is intent on capturing Banner, hoping to exploit the Hulk to build an army of government super soldiers. Mercenaries led by the remorseless Emil Blonsky (Tim Roth) are dispatched, and Blonsky agrees to gamma radiation treatments to make him equal to the task of taking down the Hulk. But Blonsky's desire for power is self-serving, and his transformation proves disturbing and dangerous, turning him into an evil and destructive creature called the Abomination. With human lives at stake, Bruce Banner must try to tame the beast within him, unleashing the Hulk willingly to take down the Abomination once and for all.
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Intercontinental Video The Voyage Of Sinbad (1958) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 242.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Intercontinental Video Standard Operating Procedure (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 191.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Intercontinental Video Zombie Strippers (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 191.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Intercontinental Video American Gangster (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 257.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Intercontinental Video The Thing (1982) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 257.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Intercontinental Video Hulk (2003) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 257.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Intercontinental Video Blue Steak (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 191.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Intercontinental Video Enchanted (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 249.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Intercontinental Video Bruce Almighty (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 249.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Intercontinental Video Step Brothers (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 191.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Intercontinental Video The Scorpion King (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 249.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Intercontinental Video The Mummy (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 249.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Intercontinental Video The Mummy ReturnsThe Mummy Returns (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 249.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Intercontinental Video Wanted (2008) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 249.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Intercontinental Video Hellboy II: The Golden Army (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 249.00 HKD from YesAsia
Intercontinental Video Hellboy II: The Golden Army (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Intercontinental Video Infernal Affairs (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 242.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Carried by four superstars of the silver screen and winning a cascade of film awards including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, and Best Supporting Actor at the Hong Kong Film Awards, Infernal Affairs turned into an exceptional box office blockbuster that re-wrote Hong Kong's movie history! The film spawned two equally popular sequels, and even the Martin Scorsese-directed Hollywood remake The Departed by Martin Scorsese Leonardo DiCaprio and Matt Damon. The hyper thrilling police-triad undercover story co-directed by Andrew Lau (Young and Dangerous, Storm Riders) and Alan Mak (A War Named Desire) uses the duel betweem opposing moles in the police and the triad as theme, but does not draw on the traditional formula of flying stunts and big budget explosions; yet it succeeds in keeping eyes pinned to the screen from start to finish, even after continuous viewings! Leading actors Andy Lau and Tony Leung Chiu Wai can be seen in their probably strongest performances to date - one working as a mole in the police department, while the other works as an undercover cop surrounded by deadly triad crooks. They are skillfully backed up by veteran Hong Kong film stars Eric Tsang and Anthony Wong who portray a cunning triad boss and a cool CIB police sergeant, respectively. Also featuring Asian superstars Sammi Cheng, Kelly Chen, Elva Hsiao, Edison Chen, and Shawn Yue in supporting roles Infernal Affairs offers viewers nail-biting suspense from the first minute to the last!
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Carried by four superstars of the silver screen and winning a cascade of film awards including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, and Best Supporting Actor at the Hong Kong Film Awards, Infernal Affairs turned into an exceptional box office blockbuster that re-wrote Hong Kong's movie history! The film spawned two equally popular sequels, and even the Martin Scorsese-directed Hollywood remake The Departed by Martin Scorsese Leonardo DiCaprio and Matt Damon. The hyper thrilling police-triad undercover story co-directed by Andrew Lau (Young and Dangerous, Storm Riders) and Alan Mak (A War Named Desire) uses the duel betweem opposing moles in the police and the triad as theme, but does not draw on the traditional formula of flying stunts and big budget explosions; yet it succeeds in keeping eyes pinned to the screen from start to finish, even after continuous viewings! Leading actors Andy Lau and Tony Leung Chiu Wai can be seen in their probably strongest performances to date - one working as a mole in the police department, while the other works as an undercover cop surrounded by deadly triad crooks. They are skillfully backed up by veteran Hong Kong film stars Eric Tsang and Anthony Wong who portray a cunning triad boss and a cool CIB police sergeant, respectively. Also featuring Asian superstars Sammi Cheng, Kelly Chen, Elva Hsiao, Edison Chen, and Shawn Yue in supporting roles Infernal Affairs offers viewers nail-biting suspense from the first minute to the last!
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Intercontinental Video Infernal Affairs Trilogy (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 545.00 HKD from YesAsia
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This collection presents all three films in the blockbuster Hong Kong trilogy that inspired Martin Scorsese's Hollywood remake, The Departed. The original Infernal Affairs (2002) follows the parallel lives of a cop (Tony Leung Chiu Wai) working undercover as a mobster and a mobster (Andy Lau) who has infiltrated the police force. Infernal Affairs II (2003) offers a prequel, while Infernal Affairs III (2003) ties up loose ends. All three films are both commercially and critically acclaimed for eschewing over-the-top action in favor of a stylized and subdued storyline that builds on emotional and psychological tension. Tony Leung, Andy Lau, Anthony Wong, Eric Tsang, hawn Yue, Edison Chen, Leon Lai, Francis Ng, Kelly Chen, Carina Lau, and Chen Daoming are all among the trilogy's fantastic all-star cast. Now you can finally fully immerse yourself in the world of undercover moles Yan (Tony Leung) and Ming (Andy Lau). Discover the full cinematic impact of this unbelievable box-office breaking Hong Kong cop versus crook saga that has made its place in Hong Kong movie history!
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This collection presents all three films in the blockbuster Hong Kong trilogy that inspired Martin Scorsese's Hollywood remake, The Departed. The original Infernal Affairs (2002) follows the parallel lives of a cop (Tony Leung Chiu Wai) working undercover as a mobster and a mobster (Andy Lau) who has infiltrated the police force. Infernal Affairs II (2003) offers a prequel, while Infernal Affairs III (2003) ties up loose ends. All three films are both commercially and critically acclaimed for eschewing over-the-top action in favor of a stylized and subdued storyline that builds on emotional and psychological tension. Tony Leung, Andy Lau, Anthony Wong, Eric Tsang, hawn Yue, Edison Chen, Leon Lai, Francis Ng, Kelly Chen, Carina Lau, and Chen Daoming are all among the trilogy's fantastic all-star cast. Now you can finally fully immerse yourself in the world of undercover moles Yan (Tony Leung) and Ming (Andy Lau). Discover the full cinematic impact of this unbelievable box-office breaking Hong Kong cop versus crook saga that has made its place in Hong Kong movie history!
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Intercontinental Video Jarhead (2005) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 249.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Intercontinental Video The Kingdom (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 249.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Intercontinental Video The Chronicles Of Narnia: Prince Caspian (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 288.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Intercontinental Video Smart People (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Intercontinental Video College Road Trip (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Intercontinental Video Pitch Black (2000) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 249.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Intercontinental Video 13 Going On 30 (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 191.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Intercontinental Video Kramer Vs Kramer (1979) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 242.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Intercontinental Video Lady Cop & Papa Crook (Blu-ray) (Director's Cut) (Hong Kong Version) at 191.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Hong Kong singer-actress Sammi Cheng makes her highly anticipated silver-screen comeback in the kidnapping dramedy Lady Cop & Papa Crook. Appearing in her first film since 2005's Everlasting Regret, Cheng delivers a signature quirky, lovable performance as an eccentric police inspector who's an ace in crimefighting, but at a loss in her relationship with a spastic artist. Singer-actor Eason Chan (The Pye-Dog) co-stars as a mob boss who develops an unlikely alliance with Cheng. Frequent collaborators whose previous films include blockbusters Infernal Affairs, Confession Pain, and Initial D, writer-directors Alan Mak and Felix Chong deftly balance crime and comedy elements, making Lady Cop & Papa Crook an entertaining mix of police suspense, triad action, and wry Hong Kong humor. The film also gets impressive mileage from a supporting cast of cops and criminals that includes Chapman To (Trivial Matters), Patrick Tam (Beast Cops), Zhang Guoli (Telephone 601), Michelle Yip (Moonlight in Tokyo), Kate Tsui (Eye in the Sky), Richie Jen (Exiled), Ricky Chan (Confession of Pain), Liu Kai Chi, singer Wilfred Lau, and Conroy Chan (The Heavenly Kings). World-weary family man John Fok (Eason Chan) is a loving father and the head of a crime organization whose main operation involves smuggling diesel from China to Hong Kong. He's forced to put business on hold after a Mainland police sting results in massive losses and multiple deaths. While he's laying low, rival triads, squabbling relatives, and police on both sides of the border begin making their moves, but Fok isn't about to take things sitting down. When his son is kidnapped, however, he has no choice but to welcome quirky, straight-talking Inspector Maureen Szeto (Sammi Cheng) into his home. To save Fok's son, the cops and the crooks will have to work together, but first they have to stop fighting each other. This edition comes with both the film's Theatrical Cut version and Director's Cut featuring an alternate ending. Includes making of and trailer.
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Hong Kong singer-actress Sammi Cheng makes her highly anticipated silver-screen comeback in the kidnapping dramedy Lady Cop & Papa Crook. Appearing in her first film since 2005's Everlasting Regret, Cheng delivers a signature quirky, lovable performance as an eccentric police inspector who's an ace in crimefighting, but at a loss in her relationship with a spastic artist. Singer-actor Eason Chan (The Pye-Dog) co-stars as a mob boss who develops an unlikely alliance with Cheng. Frequent collaborators whose previous films include blockbusters Infernal Affairs, Confession Pain, and Initial D, writer-directors Alan Mak and Felix Chong deftly balance crime and comedy elements, making Lady Cop & Papa Crook an entertaining mix of police suspense, triad action, and wry Hong Kong humor. The film also gets impressive mileage from a supporting cast of cops and criminals that includes Chapman To (Trivial Matters), Patrick Tam (Beast Cops), Zhang Guoli (Telephone 601), Michelle Yip (Moonlight in Tokyo), Kate Tsui (Eye in the Sky), Richie Jen (Exiled), Ricky Chan (Confession of Pain), Liu Kai Chi, singer Wilfred Lau, and Conroy Chan (The Heavenly Kings). World-weary family man John Fok (Eason Chan) is a loving father and the head of a crime organization whose main operation involves smuggling diesel from China to Hong Kong. He's forced to put business on hold after a Mainland police sting results in massive losses and multiple deaths. While he's laying low, rival triads, squabbling relatives, and police on both sides of the border begin making their moves, but Fok isn't about to take things sitting down. When his son is kidnapped, however, he has no choice but to welcome quirky, straight-talking Inspector Maureen Szeto (Sammi Cheng) into his home. To save Fok's son, the cops and the crooks will have to work together, but first they have to stop fighting each other. This edition comes with both the film's Theatrical Cut version and Director's Cut featuring an alternate ending. Includes making of and trailer.
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Intercontinental Video The Bourne Identity (2002) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 257.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Intercontinental Video The Bourne Supremacy (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 257.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Intercontinental Video The Bourne Ultimatum (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 257.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Intercontinental Video Eight Below (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 257.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Intercontinental Video Beverly Hills Chihuahua (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Intercontinental Video Ghosts of Mars (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 195.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Intercontinental Video Rent (2005) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 191.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Intercontinental Video Bolt (VCD) (English Dubbed) (Hong Kong Version) at 74.00 HKD from YesAsia
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2008 Disney CG-animated comedy Bolt charmed the audience with its successful mix of the vintage Walt Disney magic and the cutting-edge Pixar sensibility. Voiced by John Travolta and Miley Cyrus (Cantonese version by Jacky Cheung and Wong Cho Lam), Bolt is the name of a dog who has been playing a superhero in a popular TV show all his life. That is all fine, until one day he is accidentally shipped off to New York City after he mistakenly believes that his owner, Penny, is kidnapped by bad guys. Bolt bravely takes to the road on a rescue mission, unaware that he doesn't really have super powers. He must learn to adapt to the harsh reality as he meets Mittens, a cynical female stray cat, and Rhino, a hamster who is a huge fan of Bolt's, on his hilarious misadventures.
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2008 Disney CG-animated comedy Bolt charmed the audience with its successful mix of the vintage Walt Disney magic and the cutting-edge Pixar sensibility. Voiced by John Travolta and Miley Cyrus (Cantonese version by Jacky Cheung and Wong Cho Lam), Bolt is the name of a dog who has been playing a superhero in a popular TV show all his life. That is all fine, until one day he is accidentally shipped off to New York City after he mistakenly believes that his owner, Penny, is kidnapped by bad guys. Bolt bravely takes to the road on a rescue mission, unaware that he doesn't really have super powers. He must learn to adapt to the harsh reality as he meets Mittens, a cynical female stray cat, and Rhino, a hamster who is a huge fan of Bolt's, on his hilarious misadventures.
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Intercontinental Video Breaking News (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 191.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Johnnie To adds a satirical twist to his pet genre in the 2004 crime thriller Breaking News. Winning Best Director for To at the 41st Golden Horse Awards, this clever police drama features the director's signature thrilling gunplay and charismatic (anti)heroes, but differs from his other genre efforts with its satirical pokes at the media and fresh casting. For Breaking News, To departed from his usual actors to work with pop idol Kelly Chen (An Empress and the Warriors), Taiwan singer Richie Jen (Exiled), and Nick Cheung (Election), in what would be the first of many collaborations. Playing against his comedic image of the time, Nick Cheung stars as the brash cop pursuing Richie Jen's brazenly cool criminal. Kelly Chen portrays a police inspector trying to orchestrate the cops-and-robbers showdown into a media show, changing the nature of the game for both the police and the criminals. Johnnie To regulars Simon Yam, Maggie Siu, and Eddie Cheung also make appearances in the film. Breaking News opens with its most memorable scene, an amazing eight-minute one-take continuous shot following a team of thieves led by Yuan (Richie Jen) as they make their getaway and engage in multiple shootouts with the cops. The criminals' bold escape is all captured on camera, leading to a public outcry against police cowardice and incompetence. In steps Inspector Rebecca Fong (Kelly Chen) who proposes fixing this public relations nightmare by putting on another big show for the media: televising their capture of the criminals.
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Johnnie To adds a satirical twist to his pet genre in the 2004 crime thriller Breaking News. Winning Best Director for To at the 41st Golden Horse Awards, this clever police drama features the director's signature thrilling gunplay and charismatic (anti)heroes, but differs from his other genre efforts with its satirical pokes at the media and fresh casting. For Breaking News, To departed from his usual actors to work with pop idol Kelly Chen (An Empress and the Warriors), Taiwan singer Richie Jen (Exiled), and Nick Cheung (Election), in what would be the first of many collaborations. Playing against his comedic image of the time, Nick Cheung stars as the brash cop pursuing Richie Jen's brazenly cool criminal. Kelly Chen portrays a police inspector trying to orchestrate the cops-and-robbers showdown into a media show, changing the nature of the game for both the police and the criminals. Johnnie To regulars Simon Yam, Maggie Siu, and Eddie Cheung also make appearances in the film. Breaking News opens with its most memorable scene, an amazing eight-minute one-take continuous shot following a team of thieves led by Yuan (Richie Jen) as they make their getaway and engage in multiple shootouts with the cops. The criminals' bold escape is all captured on camera, leading to a public outcry against police cowardice and incompetence. In steps Inspector Rebecca Fong (Kelly Chen) who proposes fixing this public relations nightmare by putting on another big show for the media: televising their capture of the criminals.
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Directed by Tony Ching Siu Tung (An Empress and the Warriors), Naked Weapon stars Maggie Q (Die Hard with a Vengeance), Anya (Born To Be King) and Jewel Lee (Lethal Angels) as three female assassins whose sex appeal is only matched by their ability to maim and destroy. Kidnapped as a young girl by the cold-blooded Madame M (Almen Wong), Charlene (Maggie Q) has become one of Madame M's top assassins. However, she has a crisis of faith after chancing into her mother (Cheng Pei Pei) while on assignment. Charlene goes on the run with the help of a handsome CIA agent (Daniel Wu), but Madame M won't let go of her prize assassin, and sends Jill (Jewel Lee) to bring her back dead or alive. Writer-producer Wong Jing returns to the Naked Killer formula for this 2002 babes-and-bullets actioner, giving it a splashy and sleek update. Action choreographer/director Tony Ching earns his keep and then some, delivering impressive, acrobatic action sequences dripping with over-the-top style. Daniel Wu (One Nite in Mongkok), Andrew Lin (The Heavenly Kings) and Almen Wong (Her Name is Cat) round out the cast, with former Shaw Brothers queen Cheng Pei Pei playing a welcome supporting role. Sexy stars, high-flying martial arts, ferocious gunplay and a smattering of skin have made Naked Weapon one of Hong Kong Cinema's most successful 21st Century exports.
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Directed by Tony Ching Siu Tung (An Empress and the Warriors), Naked Weapon stars Maggie Q (Die Hard with a Vengeance), Anya (Born To Be King) and Jewel Lee (Lethal Angels) as three female assassins whose sex appeal is only matched by their ability to maim and destroy. Kidnapped as a young girl by the cold-blooded Madame M (Almen Wong), Charlene (Maggie Q) has become one of Madame M's top assassins. However, she has a crisis of faith after chancing into her mother (Cheng Pei Pei) while on assignment. Charlene goes on the run with the help of a handsome CIA agent (Daniel Wu), but Madame M won't let go of her prize assassin, and sends Jill (Jewel Lee) to bring her back dead or alive. Writer-producer Wong Jing returns to the Naked Killer formula for this 2002 babes-and-bullets actioner, giving it a splashy and sleek update. Action choreographer/director Tony Ching earns his keep and then some, delivering impressive, acrobatic action sequences dripping with over-the-top style. Daniel Wu (One Nite in Mongkok), Andrew Lin (The Heavenly Kings) and Almen Wong (Her Name is Cat) round out the cast, with former Shaw Brothers queen Cheng Pei Pei playing a welcome supporting role. Sexy stars, high-flying martial arts, ferocious gunplay and a smattering of skin have made Naked Weapon one of Hong Kong Cinema's most successful 21st Century exports.
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Edmond Pang Ho Cheung is one of the new generation of directors emerging in Hong Kong, renowned for his witty and entertaining works which all met with critical acclaim. His Isabella entered the 56th Berlin International Film Festival as the only Chinese-language film. Thanks to Peter Kam's music which enriches the film's nostalgic and exotic mood, Isabella successfully captured the Silver Berlin Bear for the Best Film Music in February, 2006. Stylized camera angles and sentimental music in Isabella remind of Wong Kar Wai's movies, but like other Pang Ho Cheung movies, Isabella also offers an end twist and a subtle connection to larger social or historical issues. Chapman To (Initial D) and Isabella Leong (Bug Me Not) play father and daughter in the film, and they deliver an ambiguous and sophisticated relationship that is most intriguing. The story is set in Macau on the eve of a new era as the territory prepares for handover back to China. Policeman Shing (Chapman To) also turns a new page in life when he meets the 17-year-old girl Yan (Isabella Leong), who claims to be his daughter. To Shing, starting anew in the present is a confession of the past. He tries to redeem his sins against Yan's deceased mother (JJ Jia) through Yan, whereas Yan attempts to relive her mother's life vicariously through a new connection with her long-lost father. The dilemma between past and present subtly echoes with other elements in Isabella. While Macau is looking forward to start anew after a century of Portuguese colonization, viewers will find in Isabella a labyrinth-like Macau that resembles a southern Europe town, abundant in her former sovereign Portugal. The movie guest-stars multiple award-winning actor Anthony Wong Chau Sang and Steven Cheung from Boy'z, and co-stars new Mainland actress JJ Jia and Derek Tsang, famous actor Eric Tsang's son who co-writes Isabella with Pang. Isabella is also a breakthrough for Chapman To as it marks his first leading man role, as well as his first project as a producer, with the new company he co-founded with Pang. This edition comes with audio commentary, Isabella Leong interview, deleted scenes, making of, and trailer.
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Edmond Pang Ho Cheung is one of the new generation of directors emerging in Hong Kong, renowned for his witty and entertaining works which all met with critical acclaim. His Isabella entered the 56th Berlin International Film Festival as the only Chinese-language film. Thanks to Peter Kam's music which enriches the film's nostalgic and exotic mood, Isabella successfully captured the Silver Berlin Bear for the Best Film Music in February, 2006. Stylized camera angles and sentimental music in Isabella remind of Wong Kar Wai's movies, but like other Pang Ho Cheung movies, Isabella also offers an end twist and a subtle connection to larger social or historical issues. Chapman To (Initial D) and Isabella Leong (Bug Me Not) play father and daughter in the film, and they deliver an ambiguous and sophisticated relationship that is most intriguing. The story is set in Macau on the eve of a new era as the territory prepares for handover back to China. Policeman Shing (Chapman To) also turns a new page in life when he meets the 17-year-old girl Yan (Isabella Leong), who claims to be his daughter. To Shing, starting anew in the present is a confession of the past. He tries to redeem his sins against Yan's deceased mother (JJ Jia) through Yan, whereas Yan attempts to relive her mother's life vicariously through a new connection with her long-lost father. The dilemma between past and present subtly echoes with other elements in Isabella. While Macau is looking forward to start anew after a century of Portuguese colonization, viewers will find in Isabella a labyrinth-like Macau that resembles a southern Europe town, abundant in her former sovereign Portugal. The movie guest-stars multiple award-winning actor Anthony Wong Chau Sang and Steven Cheung from Boy'z, and co-stars new Mainland actress JJ Jia and Derek Tsang, famous actor Eric Tsang's son who co-writes Isabella with Pang. Isabella is also a breakthrough for Chapman To as it marks his first leading man role, as well as his first project as a producer, with the new company he co-founded with Pang. This edition comes with audio commentary, Isabella Leong interview, deleted scenes, making of, and trailer.
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Pixar Animation Studios strikes again with Ratatouille! Director Brad Bird (The Incredibles) helms this computer animated feature about a young rat named Remy (voiced by Patton Oswalt) gifted with a sensitive sense of smell. His talent makes him the ideal poison sniffer, helping his pack discern which foods have been laced with rat poison, but Remy has a different dream: to be a gourmet chef! This unusual rat gets his chance when he's separated from his pack, only to wind up befriending Linguini (voiced by Lou Romano), a garbage boy at the once-renowned Paris restaurant Gusteau's. With Remy's help, Linguini becomes the hottest chef in the city, but will this pair of culinary cohorts be able to win over Remy's skeptical family, not to mention Ego (voiced by Peter O'Toole), the most powerful - and picky - food critic in Paris? Audiences and critics alike responded to Ratatouille at the 2007 summer box office, propelling the film to blockbuster status and continuing the incomparable string of hits from Pixar Animation Studios and Walt Disney Pictures. The unusual storyline of a rat seeking to become a chef allows director Brad Bird the chance to deliver complex and even mature messages that may surprise many moviergoers. But that doesn't mean the film isn't fun. True to the Disney-Pixar formula, Ratatouille possesses a quirky and endearing cast of characters, a rousing and inspirational storyline, and loads of entertaining comedy that should charm and delight the entire family.
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Pixar Animation Studios strikes again with Ratatouille! Director Brad Bird (The Incredibles) helms this computer animated feature about a young rat named Remy (voiced by Patton Oswalt) gifted with a sensitive sense of smell. His talent makes him the ideal poison sniffer, helping his pack discern which foods have been laced with rat poison, but Remy has a different dream: to be a gourmet chef! This unusual rat gets his chance when he's separated from his pack, only to wind up befriending Linguini (voiced by Lou Romano), a garbage boy at the once-renowned Paris restaurant Gusteau's. With Remy's help, Linguini becomes the hottest chef in the city, but will this pair of culinary cohorts be able to win over Remy's skeptical family, not to mention Ego (voiced by Peter O'Toole), the most powerful - and picky - food critic in Paris? Audiences and critics alike responded to Ratatouille at the 2007 summer box office, propelling the film to blockbuster status and continuing the incomparable string of hits from Pixar Animation Studios and Walt Disney Pictures. The unusual storyline of a rat seeking to become a chef allows director Brad Bird the chance to deliver complex and even mature messages that may surprise many moviergoers. But that doesn't mean the film isn't fun. True to the Disney-Pixar formula, Ratatouille possesses a quirky and endearing cast of characters, a rousing and inspirational storyline, and loads of entertaining comedy that should charm and delight the entire family.
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A popular Chinese romance gets adapted to the glorious big screen in The Three Smiles, a Huangmei opera that's both charming and timeless. Ivy Ling Bor has the gender-bending lead role as Tang Bohu, a famous scholar who masquerades as peasant Hua An to worm his way into the life of pretty maiden Autumn Fragrance (Li Jing), who resides in the court of Lady Hua, wife of the Grand Tutor. Bohu's desire is spurred by the eponymous "three smiles", which were smiles delivered to Bohu by Autumn Fragrance on three separate occasions. However, once he enters the court of Lady Hua, it's not so easy for a peasant to gain the notice of a maiden! Featuring charming Mandarin songs and gorgeous costumes and set designs, The Three Smiles was a major Hong Kong Cinema hit and one of the most beloved films to emerge from the Shaw Brothers vaults. In 1993, the same story behind The Three Smiles served as the blueprint for the blockbuster nonsense comedy Flirting Scholar, starring Stephen Chow and Gong Li.
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A popular Chinese romance gets adapted to the glorious big screen in The Three Smiles, a Huangmei opera that's both charming and timeless. Ivy Ling Bor has the gender-bending lead role as Tang Bohu, a famous scholar who masquerades as peasant Hua An to worm his way into the life of pretty maiden Autumn Fragrance (Li Jing), who resides in the court of Lady Hua, wife of the Grand Tutor. Bohu's desire is spurred by the eponymous "three smiles", which were smiles delivered to Bohu by Autumn Fragrance on three separate occasions. However, once he enters the court of Lady Hua, it's not so easy for a peasant to gain the notice of a maiden! Featuring charming Mandarin songs and gorgeous costumes and set designs, The Three Smiles was a major Hong Kong Cinema hit and one of the most beloved films to emerge from the Shaw Brothers vaults. In 1993, the same story behind The Three Smiles served as the blueprint for the blockbuster nonsense comedy Flirting Scholar, starring Stephen Chow and Gong Li.
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From the venerable Shaw Brothers studio comes One-Armed Swordsman, the 1967 wuxia film that changed the face of Hong Kong cinema forever! Directed by legendary filmmaker Chang Cheh with action choreography by Lau Ka Leung and Tong Gai, this internationally successful film launched the career of Jimmy Wang Yu, who portrays the iconic title character. When the Golden Sword School finds itself under siege, it is up to a faithful disciple (Guk Fung) to put his life on the line to protect both his master and his fellow students. Tragically, the brave hero is killed in the process, but before he dies, he passes on his precious Broken Sword and convinces Master Qi Rufeng (Ting Fung) to accept his son Fang Gang as his own. The film then flashes forward to follow the adventures of a now grown-up Fang (Jimmy Wang Yu), who has become the top student at the martial arts school. Even so, he is hated by his jealous classmates. One snowy evening, a dejected Fang meets up with a group of students led by the master's spoiled daughter (Pan Yin Tze). When Fang refuses to fight her, the daughter becomes enraged and chops off his arm! Miraculously, Fang escapes with his life and crosses paths with a pretty country girl named Hsiao Man (Chiao Chiao). She plays nursemaid to the fallen hero and eventually shares her father's half-burned kung fu manual with him as well. With renewed determination, Fang Gang adapts to his handicap, becoming a formidable warrior in his own right. But his newfound mastery of martial arts is challenged when he discovers that the Golden Sword School is once again under attack by the same villains who murdered Fang Gang's father! Will he return to the school to defend it as his father did before him? Or will he retire from the world of martial arts as he promised Hsiao Man? Watch and learn in this classic Shaw Brothers film, which spawned two official sequels, several similar spin-offs, the international team-up picture, Zatoichi Meets the One-Armed Swordsman, and the unofficial sequel One-Armed Swordsmen!
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From the venerable Shaw Brothers studio comes One-Armed Swordsman, the 1967 wuxia film that changed the face of Hong Kong cinema forever! Directed by legendary filmmaker Chang Cheh with action choreography by Lau Ka Leung and Tong Gai, this internationally successful film launched the career of Jimmy Wang Yu, who portrays the iconic title character. When the Golden Sword School finds itself under siege, it is up to a faithful disciple (Guk Fung) to put his life on the line to protect both his master and his fellow students. Tragically, the brave hero is killed in the process, but before he dies, he passes on his precious Broken Sword and convinces Master Qi Rufeng (Ting Fung) to accept his son Fang Gang as his own. The film then flashes forward to follow the adventures of a now grown-up Fang (Jimmy Wang Yu), who has become the top student at the martial arts school. Even so, he is hated by his jealous classmates. One snowy evening, a dejected Fang meets up with a group of students led by the master's spoiled daughter (Pan Yin Tze). When Fang refuses to fight her, the daughter becomes enraged and chops off his arm! Miraculously, Fang escapes with his life and crosses paths with a pretty country girl named Hsiao Man (Chiao Chiao). She plays nursemaid to the fallen hero and eventually shares her father's half-burned kung fu manual with him as well. With renewed determination, Fang Gang adapts to his handicap, becoming a formidable warrior in his own right. But his newfound mastery of martial arts is challenged when he discovers that the Golden Sword School is once again under attack by the same villains who murdered Fang Gang's father! Will he return to the school to defend it as his father did before him? Or will he retire from the world of martial arts as he promised Hsiao Man? Watch and learn in this classic Shaw Brothers film, which spawned two official sequels, several similar spin-offs, the international team-up picture, Zatoichi Meets the One-Armed Swordsman, and the unofficial sequel One-Armed Swordsmen!
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The Shaw Brothers 1967 swordplay masterpiece One-Armed Swordsman is credited for bringing Hong Kong's wuxia cinema into the international limelight. The film's director Chang Cheh followed up the critically and commercially successful action classic with two sequels, namely Return of the One-Armed Swordsman (1969) and The New One-Armed Swordsman (1971). For the grand finale of the influential trilogy, Chang replaced Jimmy Wang with the rising duo of David Chiang and Ti Lung, who would go on to become big stars in their own right and a regular fixture in Chang's films celebrating the aesthetics of masculinity and heroic violence. The evil Lung I-Chi (Ku Feng) fears Lei Li's (David Chiang) famous twin swords, so he hatches a plot to frame him and make him cripple his own right arm. After that, Lei is determined to stay away from the martial world, and he hides in a small inn incognito. There, he finds companionship in the blacksmith's daughter Ba Jiao (Li Ching). One day, a couple of thugs working for Lung make unwelcome advances on Ba, fortunately a righteous swordsman named Feng Chun-Chieh (Ti Lung) helps beat them off. Feng and Lei become sworn brothers, and when Lung murders Feng in a duel, a devastated Lei vows to avenge him with his only arm and single blade...
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The Shaw Brothers 1967 swordplay masterpiece One-Armed Swordsman is credited for bringing Hong Kong's wuxia cinema into the international limelight. The film's director Chang Cheh followed up the critically and commercially successful action classic with two sequels, namely Return of the One-Armed Swordsman (1969) and The New One-Armed Swordsman (1971). For the grand finale of the influential trilogy, Chang replaced Jimmy Wang with the rising duo of David Chiang and Ti Lung, who would go on to become big stars in their own right and a regular fixture in Chang's films celebrating the aesthetics of masculinity and heroic violence. The evil Lung I-Chi (Ku Feng) fears Lei Li's (David Chiang) famous twin swords, so he hatches a plot to frame him and make him cripple his own right arm. After that, Lei is determined to stay away from the martial world, and he hides in a small inn incognito. There, he finds companionship in the blacksmith's daughter Ba Jiao (Li Ching). One day, a couple of thugs working for Lung make unwelcome advances on Ba, fortunately a righteous swordsman named Feng Chun-Chieh (Ti Lung) helps beat them off. Feng and Lei become sworn brothers, and when Lung murders Feng in a duel, a devastated Lei vows to avenge him with his only arm and single blade...
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Loosely based on the autobiographical novel by sci-fi writer Mayumura Taku, 1,778 Stories of Me and My Wife is an emotionally touching drama about a man's determination to keep his wife alive. SMAP's Kusanagi Tsuyoshi (Ballad) plays a writer who, at the suggestion of a doctor, keeps his terminally ill wife (Takeuchi Yuko) alive with him by writing one short story a day to make her laugh. Written by Hanzawa Ritsuko (Threads of Destiny) and directed by Hoshi Mamoru (University of Laughs), this adult-oriented pure romance effectively gets the tears flowing while also dazzling the audiences by bringing the imaginative sci-fi short stories to life. Writer Sakutaro (Kusanagi Tsuyoshi) and his wife Setsuko (Takeuchi Yuko) have been inseparable since high school. When Setsuko starts getting stomach pains, she sees a doctor and is diagnosed with colon cancer. The doctor tells Sakutaro that laughter can help the immune system, prompting him to begin writing one short story a day for Setsuko. Initially only given a year left to live, Setsuko begins to find a will to live because of the stories. Even as the one-year period extends into years, Sakutaro continues writing stories on a daily basis, as long as Setsuko is around to read them.
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Loosely based on the autobiographical novel by sci-fi writer Mayumura Taku, 1,778 Stories of Me and My Wife is an emotionally touching drama about a man's determination to keep his wife alive. SMAP's Kusanagi Tsuyoshi (Ballad) plays a writer who, at the suggestion of a doctor, keeps his terminally ill wife (Takeuchi Yuko) alive with him by writing one short story a day to make her laugh. Written by Hanzawa Ritsuko (Threads of Destiny) and directed by Hoshi Mamoru (University of Laughs), this adult-oriented pure romance effectively gets the tears flowing while also dazzling the audiences by bringing the imaginative sci-fi short stories to life. Writer Sakutaro (Kusanagi Tsuyoshi) and his wife Setsuko (Takeuchi Yuko) have been inseparable since high school. When Setsuko starts getting stomach pains, she sees a doctor and is diagnosed with colon cancer. The doctor tells Sakutaro that laughter can help the immune system, prompting him to begin writing one short story a day for Setsuko. Initially only given a year left to live, Setsuko begins to find a will to live because of the stories. Even as the one-year period extends into years, Sakutaro continues writing stories on a daily basis, as long as Setsuko is around to read them.

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