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Joy Sales The Knot (Hong Kong Version) at 86.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Knot (Hong Kong Version)
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Bringing together stars from China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan, The Knot presents an epic war romance spanning 60 years. Featuring grand battle scenes and location shooting in Fujian, Tibet, and even Canada, this blockbuster production tells a simple tale of love and remembrance against a momentous period in Chinese history. Taiwan and China of the 1940s come alive beautifully on screen through elaborate sets and advanced digital technology. Directed by Yin Li, The Knot stars top Mainland artists Chen Kun (The Little Chinese Seamstress) and Li Bingbing (Wait 'Til You're Older), Taiwanese singer Vivian Hsu (The Shoe Fairy), and Hong Kong starlet Isabella Leong (Isabella). In addition, the film also features an illustrious supporting cast including legendary veterans Gui Ya Lei, Yang Kuei Mei, and Chin Han.

With the country torn apart by war, Taiwanese youth Chen Qiushui (Chen Kun) is forced to flee to the Mainland and loses contact with his love Wang Biyun (Vivian Hsu). He becomes a military doctor and travels throughout China. Though his heart lies with Biyun, he is eventually won over by the sincerity of free-spirited nurse Wang Jindi (Li Bingbing). On the other side of the Strait, Biyun resolutely waits for her love to return.

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Joy Sales World Travel Series -Australia at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales World Travel Series -Australia
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World Travel Series -Australia
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Joy Sales My Cape Of Many Dreams (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales My Cape Of Many Dreams (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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My Cape Of Many Dreams (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Its Sunset Again AKA: Oncemore In The Evening (Hong Kong Version) at 86.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Its Sunset Again AKA: Oncemore In The Evening (Hong Kong Version)
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Its Sunset Again AKA: Oncemore In The Evening (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales The Clouds Know You Name (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Clouds Know You Name (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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The Clouds Know You Name (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales World Travel Series -Austria at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales World Travel Series -Austria
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World Travel Series -Austria
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Joy Sales Love Under A Rozy Sky (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Love Under A Rozy Sky (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales The Annabel Chong story (Special Movie Version) at 117.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Annabel Chong story (Special Movie Version)
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The Annabel Chong story (Special Movie Version)
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Joy Sales Everybody Is Laughing at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Everybody Is Laughing
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Everybody Is Laughing
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Joy Sales Dragon Lord (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 39.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Dragon Lord (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Action-comedy superstar Jackie Chan is in fine comic form in Dragon Lord an early eighties showcase for the budding star that was directed by Chan himself! Jackie Chan is Lung, a playful and mischievous youth who spends his days hanging around with his pal Chin (Mars), foolishly pursuing women, and engaging in sports instead of going to school like he should be doing. But Lung and Chin are drawn into a devious plot to smuggle Chinese treasures to foreign lands, leading to numerous chases, escapes, and finally a barn brawl that's choreographed in vintage Jackie Chan style! A young and delightfully spry Jackie Chan makes Dragon Lord an early gem in the superstar's legendary career. Some of Chan's most impressive stuntwork is featured here, along with the beginnings of his trademark action-comedy style. But there are martial arts too, and also the winning Jackie Chan comic charm, which was evident even during the early eighties. Dragon Lord isn't just an entertaining action-comedy, but also an essential film in Jackie Chan's already packed library of classics!
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Joy Sales The Association (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Association (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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From Cheng Chang Ho, the director of the cult classics King Boxer and Broken Oath, comes The Association (1974), the tale of an undercover cop trying to bust up an occult prostitution racket. Cheng takes this simple enough premise and runs wild with it, throwing in just about every genre convention imaginable. Blind kung fu masters, satanic rituals, go-go music, and generous amounts of flesh collide in this offbeat adventure that could only be a product of 1970s Hong Kong filmmaking. The film also features several famous faces from the era, including Tien Ni (Golden Lotus, Human Lanterns), Chao Lei (Enchanting Shadow, Madam White Snake), Angela Mao (Lady Whirlwind, Broken Oath), and a young Sammo Hung, who also directed the fight choreography.

While investigating the death of a young girl, Detective Wang stumbles across a shady welfare association that is actually a front for an international prostitution ring. Wang goes undercover in an attempt to nail the ringleader, and receives some unexpected help from a female martial arts master, who's out to avenge her sister's murder at the hands of the association. Wang is grateful for her assistance when their enemies prove to have more than a few kung fu warriors of their own.

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Joy Sales The Diary Of A Big Man (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Diary Of A Big Man (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version)
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Shaw Brothers director Chor Yuen helms the eighties laffer Diary of a Big Man, starring the one and only Chow Yun Fat in a riotous comic role! Chow is Chow Ting Fat, a busy businessman who loves two women equally...so he marries them both! Wife one is Joey Wang, a boutique owner who thinks her husband is traveling abroad to the European stock market. Wife two is Sally Yeh, a stewardess who thinks her husband is traveling abroad to the American stock market. And Chow Ting Fat is one seriously stressed out, harried individual who has to juggle two wives AND a career at the same time! He seems to be doing okay...until the two women meet and set up a dinner party to meet the other's spouse! How is Chow Ting Fat going to get out of this one?

Wacky wordplay, dexterous physical comedy and engaging performances help Diary of a Big Man along, but it's Chow Yun Fat's dizzy comic acting that turns heads here! The big man is a comic revelation as he manages to take the somewhat sordid subject of bigamy and make it both harmless and hilarious! Co-starring Waise Lee, Carrie Ng and Kent Cheng, Diary of a Big Man is breezy eighties Hong Kong comedy at its most fun.

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Joy Sales Aces Go Places (1982) (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Aces Go Places (1982) (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Popular singer Sam Hui is King Kong, a suave cat burglar who makes off with a fortune in diamonds. Feisty Inspector "Hot Tongue" Ho (Sylvia Chang) leads the Hong Kong cops charged with apprehending King Kong, but luckily the higher-ups call in legendary detective Kodojak (Karl Maka). Spear bald and riotously weird, Kodojak manages to charm Inspector Ho AND persuade King Kong to change his ways and partner up to take down evil international jewel thief White Glove. The "Best Partners" are born!

A blockbuster sensation when it was first released, Aces Go Places won over audiences with its unique blend of slapstick comedy, surprising stuntwork, lovable characters, and pure, unadulterated fun. Featuring a blistering pace and winning comedic performances from Karl Maka, Sam Hui, and Sylvia Chang, Aces Go Places kicked off a long-running film series, and had many humming its infectious theme song, "Best Partners", which was performed by Sam Hui. The Aces Go Places series was so successful that it was even exported to the West as the Mad Mission films!

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Joy Sales Kidnapped (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Kidnapped (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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From Cinema City's creative trio Karl Maka, Dean Shek, and Raymond Wong comes this 1983 Taiwan film written and directed by veteran actor Ke Yi Zheng (Full Moon in New York). Twice Golden Horse Best Actress Award winner Sylvia Chang plays Fen, a successful fashion designer, whose six-year-old son Wei has gone missing one evening. The police find that Wei's father Ren, who felt overshadowed by his wife, also vanished four months earlier when he suffered a setback in his career. As the police race against time to save Wei from the kidnappers, Fen must re-evaluate her priorities and fight for the reunion of her family. Co-starring 80s cinema heartthrob Eddie Chan (Man on the Brink) and kung fu star Wang To (Drunken Tai Chi), Kidnapped is remarkable for housing an examination of the role of women in modern society inside a thriller story framework.
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Joy Sales Super Citizen (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Super Citizen (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Super Citizen (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales The Prodigal Son (1981) (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Prodigal Son (1981) (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version)
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Two of Hong Kong cinema's greatest action luminaries, Sammo Hung and Yuen Biao, star in the 1982 classic period kung fu flick The Prodigal Son. Also directed by Sammo Hung, the film is an action-packed coming-of-age account of Foshan legend Leung Jan, master of the Wing Chun martial arts style. Considered one of the best traditional martial arts films of all time, The Prodigal Son is also one of the first films to truly showcase Wing Chun on screen, not to mention the high-kicking, fist-flying prowess of Yuen Biao, Sammo Hung, Frankie Chan, and the late Lam Ching Ying, who is best known for the Mr. Vampire series. Recognized for Best Action Choreography at the 2nd Hong Kong Film Awards, The Prodigal Son features beautifully choreographed pure fighting sequences that are difficult to find in today's breed of action films.

Martial arts aficionado Leung Jan (Yuen Biao) has never lost a fight thanks to his wealthy protective parents who pay off all his opponents. When Leung Jan is easily beaten by visiting Chinese opera troupe artist Leung Yee Tai (Lam Ching Ying), he finally realizes his previous martial arts training has been all a sham. Leung Jan decides to join the opera troupe to learn real kung fu, but bloody tragedy soon befalls the troupe after Yee Tai inadvertently crosses some Manchu officials. Studying under Yee Tai and his friend Wong Wa Po (Sammo Hung), Leung Jan must master the art of Wing Chun so he can avenge the troupe and deliver justice where it's due.

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Joy Sales A Chinese Ghost Story (II) (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales A Chinese Ghost Story (II) (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version)
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A direct sequel to the classic A Chinese Ghost Story, A Chinese Ghost Story 2 features the return of Ning (Leslie Cheung), the hapless tax collector who once upon a time was in love with the beautiful ghost Sian (Joey Wang). Years later, Ning runs across more supernatural bad luck. Mistaken for a criminal, Ning is thrown in jail. When he escapes, he takes to the forest, where he meets a slew of wacky and winning characters, including Autumn (Jacky Cheung), a charismatic Taoist monk, and Windy (Joey Wang), who happens to be a dead ringer for Sian! Windy and her sister Moon (the gorgeous Michelle Reis) are members of a group of revolutionaries being pursued by an honorable Imperial general (Waise Lee). But when an ancient evil is released and corpses start walking the land, it's up to Ning and the ragtag group to take them on!

Producer Tsui Hark and director Ching Siu Tung dish out the same winning combination of action, romance, comedy, supernatural horror, and acrobatic swordplay that made the original film such an over-the-top delight. Featuring the entire original cast (including Wu Ma as the Taoist monk from the original film) and a few more familiar faces, A Chinese Ghost Story 2 is a worthy sequel to an established Hong Kong Cinema classic.

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Joy Sales Heavenly Mission (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Heavenly Mission (Hong Kong Version)
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Young and Dangerous icon Ekin Cheng steps into a new triad role in his latest film, Heavenly Mission. Directed by James Yuen (Crazy N' The City), Heavenly Mission pits Ekin Cheng in a dangerous game of wits against Alex Fong (One Nite in Mongkok) and Stephen Fung (House of Fury). The film also features an impressively star-studded supporting cast including Julian Cheung (Wo Hu), Eric Kot, Wayne Lai, Wong Yau Nam (Men Suddenly in Black), Niki Chow (Love Battlefield), and Shaw Brothers veteran Di Lung. Entertaining and intriguing, Heavenly Mission is an uncommon triad action drama that engages from beginning to end.

After eight years in Thai prison, legendary triad leader Autumn Yip (Ekin Cheng) returns to Hong Kong, sending the police, the underworld, and the media into frenzy as they try to anticipate his next big move. Teaming up with his former buddies, the high-profile Autumn opens a legitimate company, gives to charity, and appears every bit a mild-mannered, reformed man. Seasoned cop Ming (Alex Fong), however, is convinced that his actions are a front for something illegal. Equally suspicious is aggressive triad boss Ghost (Stephen Fung) who resorts to nefarious tactics to challenge both Autumn and the police.

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Joy Sales Tower Of Death (1981) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Tower Of Death (1981) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Action directors Corey Yuen and Sammo Hung had a hand in the blistering fight sequences for the posthumous Bruce Lee project Tower of Death! The little dragon appears in stock footage as Billy Lo, a martial arts expert who discovers that buddy Chin Ku (Hwang Jang Lee) is dead - and becomes even more suspicious when Chin Ku's coffin is airlifted out of his own funeral by a helicopter! Billy's attempt at uncovering the evildoer ends in his own death, so revenge falls upon Bobby Lo (Kim Tai Chung), Billy's brother and a fine martial artist in his own right. His search leads him to an underground temple called the "Tower of Death", and nobody - not even a Bruce Lee lookalike played by Yuen Biao - will stay his righteous hand! Though not a Bruce Lee film per se, Tower of Death is a fun and campy kung-fu flick that compensates for its lack of the Dragon with some bone-crunching martial arts action that's satisfying and undeniably entertaining!
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Joy Sales Love Across The Bridge (Hong Kong Version) at 86.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Love Across The Bridge (Hong Kong Version)
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Love Across The Bridge (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales A Heroic Fight (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales A Heroic Fight (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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A Heroic Fight (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Changing Partner (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Changing Partner (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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From Andy Chin, the director of serious fares like Call Girl '92 and Love Among the Triad, comes the 1992 romantic comedy Changing Partner. Co-written by James Yuen (He's a Woman, She's a Man), the film stars The Wynners' Anthony Chan (who also produces) in a romantic coupling with actress Sandra Ng that is as funny as it is unlikely.

Chan and Ng play Yau and Sandra, two police officers facing problems in their respective love lives - Yau's girlfriend (Carrie Ng) has left him because of his lack of ambition, while Sandra's boyfriend has left with her money in tow. When a serial killer appears to be targeting newlyweds in a seaside neighborhood, Yau and Sandra are forced to hold a stakeout posing as newlyweds in the same house. The two are obviously mismatched at first, but romance begins to blossom as they spend more time together. However, Yau's girlfriend suddenly returns, putting Yau in an impossible bind.

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Joy Sales Chinese Stories From Afar II - The Chapter Of India at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Chinese Stories From Afar II - The Chapter Of India
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Chinese Stories From Afar II - The Chapter Of India
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Joy Sales Express To Better Vocabulary And Pronunciation Vol. 4A at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Express To Better Vocabulary And Pronunciation Vol. 4A
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Express To Better Vocabulary And Pronunciation Vol. 4A
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Joy Sales The Owl VS Bumbo (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Owl VS Bumbo (Hong Kong Version)
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Classic eighties stars Sammo Hung and George Lam team-up in the delightful buddy comedy Owl vs. Bombo. Also known by the title Owl vs. Dumbo, the film finds the amiable actors as two ex-thieves (named Owl and Bombo, naturally) who team-up when cop Chung (Stanley Fung) blackmails them into acting on his behalf. Neither Owl nor Bombo has ever been fingered for their crimes, but Chung has the goods on both. However, instead of sending them to the big house, he enlists their aid in bringing down a big-time gangster (James Tien) involved in police corruption.

Owl vs. Bombo is typical of Hong Kong Cinema's eighties output, meaning it's a melting pot of various genres, including slapstick comedy, martial arts action, and even romance and drama. Director Sammo Hung gives both he and George Lam romantic interests, with Owl (Lam) becoming involved with social worker Miss Yeung, played by Hong Kong superstar Michelle Yeoh, in her very first screen appearance. Bombo (Hung) also romances a social worker, played by singer-actress Deannie Ip. The film also provides surprising drama, as two couples attempt to repair the lives of a group of juvenile delinquents. However, despite that detour into inspirational drama, the film regroups for a martial arts action finale, plus there's even an added treat for Sammo Hung fans: the famously large martial artist engages in a solo dance number! Funny, poignant, and quite surprising, Owl vs. Bombo is classic Hong Kong entertainment.

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Joy Sales Seaman No.7 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Seaman No.7 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Seaman No.7 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Payoff (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Payoff (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Payoff (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Starry Journey II (Chapter10) - Amanda Lee (Pick Lotus Fruit) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Starry Journey II (Chapter10) - Amanda Lee (Pick Lotus Fruit)
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Starry Journey II (Chapter10) - Amanda Lee (Pick Lotus Fruit)
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Joy Sales Mob Sister aka: Ah Sou (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Mob Sister aka: Ah Sou (Hong Kong Version)
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Mob Sister (a.k.a. Ah Sou) features a star-stud cast! The film pools together Best Actor winners such as Eric Tsang, Simon Yam, Anthony Wong, Alex Fong, Liu Ye, and Tse Kwan Ho, co-starring with character actors Yuen Wah (Kung Fu Hustle) and Liu Kai Chi. Gorgeous princess Karena Lam collaborates with new actress Annie Liu, selected from thousands of girls during casting, to portray two Mob Sisters who has to join the triad without any choice.

Annie Liu's lack of experience has not become an obstacle to bring to live a naive girl brought up by gangsters. On the other hand, Karena Lam gives up her usual sweet-girl roles, such as the ones in Floating Landscape and It had to be You, and takes on a new challenge to play a female gangster. Experienced male actors have played their parts well in a never-before female-centered Hong Kong triad movie.

Director Wong Ching Po, Best New Director winner in the Hong Kong Film Awards, subverts gangster movies' tradition not only by telling the story from a female point of view, but also by making it a colorful motion picture. He tries to make most of the frames in Mob Sister aesthetically colored. Anthony Wong, Simon Yam, and Alex Fong all take off their black suits and fierce appearances. Karena Lam's white dresses and Annie Liu's red ones form an interesting and impressive contrast. For movie lovers who want to see a highly stylized gangster movie, Mob Sister is probably what you would like to get.

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Joy Sales Will Of Iron (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Will Of Iron (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Veteran Shaw Brothers actor David Chiang directs Will of Iron, a cautionary thriller starring Hong Kong Cinema superstars Jacky Cheung and Maggie Cheung! Four longtime friends (Jacky Cheung, Maggie Cheung, Crystal Kwok and Michael Wong) have weathered the years together, but when Maggie returns from oversea schooling, she discovers that something is wrong with her former friends. Jacky and Crystal are expecting their first child, but Michael suspiciously avoids them, and everyone has differing excuses for the estrangement. Slowly, Maggie uncovers the truth: Jacky is now a pathetic cocaine addict, and Michael is his supplier! This development throws a wrench into Maggie and Michael's romantic reunion, which is further compounded by rising debt, betrayal, and drug-smuggling triads who seek to take advantage of Jacky's addiction. There's only one way all this can end: badly. Will of Iron takes a laudable message and presents it in harrowing cinema fashion, doubling and tripling up its physical blows with emotional ones that will make even the most violence-hardened individual wince reflexively. Over-the-top melodramatic and forcefully powerful, Will of Iron gets its worthy message across...and then some.
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Joy Sales When Tat Fu was Young (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales When Tat Fu was Young (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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The life of famed Chinese poet Yu Tat Fu is dramatized in the 1988 drama When Tat Fu Was Young, from acclaimed director Eddie Fong. Also known as Cherry Blossoms, the film is narrated from the perspective of the adult Tat Fu (Chow Yun Fat), who recalls the years he spent in Japan as a youth circa 1913. During a chance encounter, the young Tat Fu (Terence Fok) meets Lung (Sachiko Nakamura), who would become the focus of his obsessive love. Meanwhile, Tat Fu must contend with discrimination from the Japanese, and continuing tension of the ongoing Sino-Japanese conflict. Tat Fu also finds brotherhood with Isao, an older Japanese student, but when Lung enters their lives, their friendship gives way to a bitter romantic rivalry. Featuring an artful re-creation of early twentieth century Japan, and a complex glimpse at the fleeting beauty of youth, When Tat Fu Was Young is an absorbing and intimate look at a renowned literary figure.
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Joy Sales World Travel Series -Spain at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales World Travel Series -Spain
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World Travel Series -Spain
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Joy Sales The Yuppie Fantasia (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Yuppie Fantasia (Hong Kong Version)
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Director Gordon Chan helms The Yuppie Fantasia, a hilarious and well-observed modern comedy starring Lawrence Cheng and Carol "Dodo" Cheng! Leung Foon (Lawrence Cheng) is an ad agency employee whose marriage to Ann (Carol Cheng) is hitting the skids after eight years. He considers making a break from his wife, and his timing couldn't be more fortuitous. His new boss is the gorgeous Mrs. Lam (Cherie Chung), who takes a shine to him. Leung Foon also has ex-girlfriend Jenny (Elizabeth Lee) to contend with, and office politics and intrigue aplenty. Will he discover that the grass truly is greener on the other side, or will he decide that the covenant of marriage is the way to go? An insightful comedy about love and marriage in modern Hong Kong, The Yuppie Fantasia was a popular hit during its 1989 theatrical run, and is one of many collaborations between Lawrence Cheng and top comedienne Carol Cheng. The Yuppie Fantasia is also known by the alternate title Diary of a Small Man, and was followed by a 1990 sequel called Brief Encounter in Shinjuku.
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Joy Sales Blue Lightning (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Blue Lightning (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Tony Leung Ka Fai and Danny Lee star in the 1990 police thriller Blue Lightning. A heady mix of murder mystery and compelling drama, the film is directed by Raymond Lee, who went on to make Dragon Inn and Swordsman III: East is Red in the following years. Tony Leung and Danny Lee portray cops with clashing personalities embroiled in a murder investigation. The film also co-stars Olivia Cheng, Lau Siu Ming, and talented child actor Huang Kun Hsuan.

When model Jody and her boyfriend are brutally murdered in their apartment, the case falls into the hands of Superintendent Chung (Tony Leung) and rookie cop Tit Nam (Cheng Wai Lun). With the help of alcoholic ex-husband Lam (Danny Lee), a former cop who left the force after divorce, they locate Jody's ex-roommate Ellen (Olivia Cheng), but she refuses to cooperate. Lam and Chung are also having trouble cooperating with each other as they have very different investigating methods and frequently derail into argument. As they fumble for answers, the murderer moves in to silence Ellen.

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Joy Sales Winter Sonata (Ep.1-20)(End)(Korean/Mandarin Version) at 497.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Winter Sonata (Ep.1-20)(End)(Korean/Mandarin Version)
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Winter Sonata is more than just a television drama, it's a cultural phenomenon. Following the success of Tale of Autumn, renowned producer Yoon Suk Ho presented the second installment in his seasons series, Winter Sonata, bringing Korean dramas to an entirely new level of popularity. The touching drama was not only immensely popular in Korea, it became the driving force of the Korean Wave that swept Asia, launching leads Choi Ji Woo and Bae Yong Joon into international stardom. The drama even helped to boost Korea's tourism industry, with many fans traveling especially to Korea to take in the breathtaking wintry vistas that backdropped the series. Beautiful, romantic, and heartwrenching, this classic melodrama is a must-see for all Korean drama fans.

High school students Yoo Jin (Choi Ji Woo) and Sang Hyuk (Park Yong Ha) have been good friends for a long time, but Sang Hyuk wants to be more than just her friend. Yoo Jin, however, falls in love with mysterious transfer student Joon Sang (Bae Yong Joon). Tragically, Joon Sang soon passes away in a car accident, leaving Yoo Jin alone and heartbroken. Ten years later, Yoo Jin is now engaged to Sang Hyuk, and working as an interior designer. Starting on a new ski resort project, she is surprised to meet Min Yeong, a businessman who looks exactly like Joon Sang. Min Yeong's appearance throws Yoo Jin's life into confusion, awakening the feelings that she has never been able to let go of. But who exactly is Min Yeong, and where does his heart lie?

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Joy Sales The Himalayan (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Himalayan (Hong Kong Version)
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Starring original action heroine Angela Mao, plus Dorian Tan and perennial bad guy Chan Sing, the 1976 wuxia classic The Himalayan is another intense old-school actioner from the prolific trio of director Huang Feng (Lady Whirlwind, Hapkido), producer Raymond Chow, and stunt director Sammo Hung. The most powerful gang leader in the northern hinterlands, Tsang (Kwan Shan) sends his daughter Ching Lan (Angela Mao) and servant Hui (Dorian Tan) to attend the Tibetan martial arts tournament in hopes that she'll find a husband and successor for the family business. At the tournament, Ching Lan selects Ko Yat Hong (Ling Hon), who hails from a respected martial arts family, but he does not want to marry into the Tsang household. Yat Hong's half-brother Ko Chan (Chan Sing), however, is interested in the marriage proposal, or rather interested in Tsang's wealth and power. Determined to get his pesky brother out of the picture, Ko Chan orders his subordinates to kill Yat Hong, and sends a fake (also Ling Hon) to marry Ching Lan. Once in the lair, Yat Hong begins to unleash his plot to eliminate Tsang and Ching Lan.
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Joy Sales Collection of Mysticism - Sheep at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Collection of Mysticism - Sheep
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Collection of Mysticism - Sheep
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Joy Sales Rainbow In My Heart (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Rainbow In My Heart (Hong Kong Version)
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This late-70s Taiwan romance drama produced by Golden Harvest stars famous Hong Kong singer/actor Kenny Bee as an advertising agency manager, who ditches his two-timing model girlfriend (Terry Hu Yin Meng) for a Korean Chinese singer (Chelsia Chan).

The film was nominated for Best Supporting Actress in the Golden Horse Awards for Hu Yin Meng, who had previously won this award with At the Side of Skyline. The cast also includes Kenny Bee's Wynners bandmate and frequent on-screen collaborator Chan Friend, as well as filmmaker Phillip Chan.

The late Taiwan director and screenwriter Sung Chuen Sau was an associate of Chinese film legends King Hu and Li Han-hsiang, and was most celebrated for making Chelsia's first silver screen outing Chelsia My Love and helming Brigitte Lin's movie debut Outside the Window.

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Joy Sales Mr. Cinema (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Mr. Cinema (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Produced to commemorate the 10th Anniversary of the Hong Kong Handover, Mr. Cinema is an entertaining and touching look back at over thirty years of Hong Kong history. Anthony Wong stars as Zhou (translated as "left"), a fervent leftist and Chinese cinema fan who works as a projectionist in a Hong Kong movie theater specializing in Mainland cinema. Zhou is a staunch believer in the idealism presented in Mainland films, and uses the motto "all for one, and one for all" to guide his everyday life. But Hong Kong experiences constant change through events as diverse and disastrous as the Asian Financial Crisis and SARS, and Zhou finds it difficult to hold his family together. Despite years of loyalty, his wife (Teresa Mo) is starting to feel neglected, and his materialistic son (Ronald Cheng) has become alienated. As the years roll by, will this old leftist find his way in changing Hong Kong, or will he be left behind?

Director Samson Chiu previously achieved commercial and critical success with the Golden Chicken films, which are similar to Mr. Cinema in that they illuminate recent Hong Kong history through local characters and perspectives. Mr. Cinema delivers a good history lesson, but is very much about character, presenting an affectionate portrait of Hong Kong and its hard working, resilient people. Anthony Wong is wonderful as the aging leftist Zhou, as is Ronald Cheng in a surprising dramatic turn as Chong (translated as "middle"), Zhou's forever-conflicted son. Fine support is turned in by Teresa Mo and Karen Mok (as Chong's life-long sweetheart), and the passing panorama of Hong Kong history is exceptionally touching for anyone with a soft spot for the region. An intelligent and accomplished commercial work, Mr. Cinema is by turns funny, uplifting, and poignant, and is easily one of the most relevant Hong Kong films of 2007.

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Though not as well-known as that other Maggie Cheung-starring drama about the Chinese immigrant experience in New York City (Comrades, Almost a Love Story), Clara Law's brilliant and harrowing 1990 masterwork Farewell China is every bit as accomplished. This modern twist on the Orpheus and Eurydice myth, filmed on location in New York's Chinatown, boasts the by-now expected stellar performance from Cheung, but Tony Leung Ka Fai's (Dragon Inn) moving portrayal of an illegal immigrant from Mainland China desperately seeking his lost wife in the Big Apple is just as crucial to the film's success. Heart-wrenching without being ham-fisted, Farewell China was nominated for nine awards at the 1991 Hong Kong Film Awards, including Best Picture.

Zhou and his wife Li want to emigrate to America, but only Li is able to procure a visa, so she goes ahead to prepare a new life in New York while Zhou waits for his own paperwork to come through. One year later, Zhou receives a terse and cryptic letter from Li demanding a divorce. Leaving their baby child behind, Zhou sneaks into America in a desperate bid to find his wife. Navigating the seedy underworld of New York's Chinatown, Zhou is aided by a streetwise Chinese-American in his quest for Li. Witnessing firsthand the hardships and broken dreams of the immigrant experience, Zhou soon begins to fear the worst for his once-idealistic young wife.

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Joy Sales Police Story II (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version)
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As if Hong Kong needed more collateral damage from Jackie Chan, along comes Police Story 2, the follow-up to the immensely successful Police Story! Jackie Chan returns as cop Chan Ka Kui, who's saddled with a trio of problematic plots that would bring even down the toughest guy. Some mad bombers are threatening Hong Kong, so Chan is put on the case to sniff out the bad guys. However, Chan simultaneously must contend with the creeps from the original Police Story, who've returned to annoy him with their smarmy attitudes. AND there's Chan's increasingly grumpy girlfriend May (Maggie Cheung, given a bigger role in this sequel), who's a little sick and tired of playing second-fiddle to drug dealers and mad bombers. Things reach a head in the explosive finale in an abandoned factory, where Chan Ka Kui must fend off three kung-fu fighting foes who are holding May hostage. More action, comedy, and heart-stopping stuntwork are handed to the audience in Police Story 2, a sequel which matches the original's award-winning action choreography with some award-winning stuff of its own! Highlights include a prop-filled fight sequence in a restaurant, and a playground tussle that's choreographed in classic Jackie Chan style. Police Story 2 may be more of the same, but with action like this, it's also more than enough!
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Maggie Siu (PTU, Election) is back for some more Murders Made to Order in this exciting 1993 sequel to the previous year's Sting of the Scorpion. A largely underappreciated entry in the girls-with-guns subgenre, the movie benefits from a gripping performance by Siu as a wrongly disgraced cop committed to a mental institution who becomes a drug addict and an underworld assassin before finally redeeming her name. It's a bit heavy on the melodrama, but the talented Siu sells it well, and she's bolstered by a stellar supporting cast that includes Waise Lee (Bullet in the Head), Fennie Yuen (Swordsman II), and a memorable cameo appearance by Cynthia Khan (the In the Line of Duty series).

Following the tragic events of Sting of the Scorpion, Maggie finds herself stripped of her rank and committed to an insane asylum. The crooked cop who put her there offers to procure her release and reinstatement - if she'll go undercover as a bar hostess to spy on the triads. The whole thing's a setup, of course, and soon Maggie is on the run from the law, as well as nursing a bad heroin addiction. She finds refuge in the criminal underworld, where she accepts a job as an undercover assassin. But when her identity is exposed, Maggie has both sides of the law gunning for her life.

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Lam Yi (Grace Ip) returns to the orphanage that she grew up in after a broken relationship leaves her homeless. On the way back one night, she encounters a physically scarred child abandoned on the street with nowhere to go. Feeling sorry for her, Lam Yi takes her back to the orphanage to care for her. However, an investigation into the child's past reveals spooky paranormal events that becomes far more horrifying that Lam Yi could ever imagine.

Produced by director Derek Yee (One Nite in Mongkok), the horror drama stars Grace Ip, Raymond Wong (The Death Curse), Wayne Lai (Rosy Business), and Carl Ng (Yesterday Once More). Director Albert Mak highlights a traditional Chinese ritual called "scaring" in Forget Me Not. The director shows a detailed depiction of the ritual in the film, which involves shouting the name of a person afflicted by disgruntled spirits to scare them away.

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The Lady Killer, the 1977 Golden Harvest production directed by Zhu Mu (Hello Sexy Late Homecomers) is notable for being one of the earlier efforts in the decade-spanning career of Taiwan singer-actress Sylvia Chang. The cautionary tale is centered on club singer Fai (Bruce Lee's younger brother Robert Lee Jun Fai) who is young and handsome and very popular with the female patrons. However, little does he know that the club manager, Fong (Zhu Mu), is actually using him as bait to lure teenage girls into prostitution. He is blackmailed into co-operation after he is set up by Fong and framed for a murder. Lucky for him, a fan of his named Ling (Sylvia Chang) comes to his rescue! The plucky girl helps Fai expose the wrongdoings of Fong, and even counter-blackmail him with the criminal evidence they gathered!
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Cream Soda & Milk is not only a popular beverage in Hong Kong, it's among the most memorable movies made during the Hong Kong Cinema New Wave. Directed in 1981 by Rachel Zen (Life Goes On), the acclaimed drama offers a realistic, emotional yet thought-provoking depiction of how the society, the school, and the family shape the development of children. The main storyline revolves around Ding Ling and her junior brother Ding Dong. Separated at a young age when their parents divorced, Ling followed her mother to live abroad, while Dong stayed with his sick father (veteran actor Wu Fung). Years later, Ling (Lee Yin Yin) becomes a teacher, and she returns to Hong Kong looking for her family. Through her social worker boyfriend (Eddie Chan), Ling meets a resentful young punk (Yim Chau Wah) who not only looks like Dong, but also fond of drinking cream soda with milk as was her long-lost brother... Beloved singer/actress Deannie Yip's turn as an old hooker won her Best Supporting Actress - her first acting accolade - at the Golden Horse Awards, which also nominated Yim Chau Wah for Best Actor. Another notable mention should go to Stephen Chow's frequent co-star Tin Kai Man (Shaolin Soccer), who gave a touching performance as a sick and retarded kid in his film debut here.
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Although they didn't exactly become the Astaire and Rogers of Hong Kong comedies, Chow Yun Fat and Joey Wong made a winning comedic couple in a handful of mid-80s productions before moving on to more successful solo careers playing ghosts and gunmen. A Hearty Response, from 1986, is one of the pair's most engaging efforts. The film's wildly uneven tone, which veers from goofy situation comedy to brutally unflinching tragedy, is schizophrenic even by Hong Kong filmmaking standards, but Chow's and Wong's considerable charms rescue the picture. What might've been a melodramatic mess becomes an arresting emotional rollercoaster as rape and murder intrude on an otherwise lighthearted romantic comedy.

Sun, an illegal immigrant from the mainland, finds herself alone and on the run when the human trafficker who smuggled her into Hong Kong tries to rape her. Lucky for her, easygoing cop Bon accidentally hits her with his car, which gives Sun the golden opportunity she needs. Feigning amnesia, Sun claims to think she's Bon's wife! The guilt-ridden policeman plays along and brings the young lady home, a decision he comes to regret as Sun begins to turn his previously predictable life upside-down. But romance has a way of popping up in the most unexpected places. Unfortunately, so does Sun's former tormentor, who plans to enact a gruesome revenge.

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Joy Sales Seven Years Itch (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Getting past the seventh year mark is a big challenge in every marriage. The trials and temptations that come along as the seven -year deadline rolls around have been covered in numerous Hong Kong films like The Diary of a Big Man, 100 Ways to Murder Your Wife, The Yuppie Fantasia, and Johnnie To's 1987 comedy Seven Years Itch. One of To's earlier films, Seven Years Itch follows a tried-and-true narrative arc of temptation and realization, but feels fresh and entertaining thanks to the brisk pace, broad humor, and convincing performances. The Singapore setting also helps to shake things up a bit. The film stars Eric Tsang, Sylvia Chang, Nina Li, and Raymond Wong, who also produced the film.

An introverted businessman who doesn't get out much, Willie Ng (Raymond Wong) recently celebrated his seventh anniversary, but his marriage seems to be hitting a slump. His wife (Sylvia Chang) is a Cantonese opera aficionado who often complains that her husband is boring and doesn't appreciate the arts. Willie himself is also eager for some action to break the monotony. When he goes to Singapore on a business trip, he encounters cute pickpocket Siu Hung (Nina Li) at the airport, triggering off a series of events that puts his marriage in jeopardy.

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Joy Sales Lovable You (Hong Kong Version)
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Producer Tsui Hark takes the directing reins from John Woo for the third and final film in the A Better Tomorrow trilogy. A Better Tomorrow III is a prequel to the earlier films, and features the return of Mark, the suave, righteous killer made popular by actor Chow Yun Fat in the original A Better Tomorrow. Still young and without the seasoning which would make him one of the triad underworld's most fearsome killers, Mark journeys to 1974 Saigon, where he hooks up with tough-as-nails gangster Anita Mui. She teaches him the way of the gun, but her former flame doesn't take kindly to Chow's presence around his ex-girlfriend. Making matters worse is a love triangle involving Chow's cousin Tony Leung Ka Fai, and the approaching fall of Saigon. Tsui Hark serves up slow-motion bullet ballet and wrenching melodrama in classic Better Tomorrow tradition, while managing to put his own unique spin on one of Hong Kong Cinema's most beloved franchises.
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Joy Sales Seven Angels (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Legendary Hong Kong producer Johnny Mak (Long Arm of the Law) is known for his gritty approach to filmmaking and the realistic, often harrowing depiction of crime and violence in his films. Seven Angels (1985) stands out in his filmography as a rare comedy entry. He again teams up with his brother Michael Mak (as director) and frequent collaborator Stephen Shiu (as creator) on this entertaining satire. Award-winning actress Deanie Ip leads a solid cast that includes actresses Poon Sin Yee, Meg Lam, Elaine Kam, and actors Ng Man Tat, Lo Hoi Pang, Hui Siu Hung, Lawrence Cheng, and a cameo appearance by Roy Cheung.

Led by Sergeant Pincer (Deanie Ip), seven female police officers go undercover at the Sin City Nightclub to investigate a serial killer case in which all the victims have been club girls. To facilitate the investigation, they have to pretend to be club girls, and to look convincing in the part, they must receive a special training program beforehand. Even with full preparation, playing a club girl is never an easy job, as the cops have to find the killer while dealing with the hostility of the top mamasan (Meg Lam) as well as the patron's unwelcome advances...

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Joy Sales The Way Of The Dragon (1972) (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Way Of The Dragon (1972) (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Known in the west as Return of the Dragon, Bruce Lee's The Way of the Dragon is another classic martial arts film featuring the Dragon at the peak of his powers! Bruce Lee is Tang Lung, a Hong Kong expatriate in Italy who gets the opportunity to use his fists when local thugs begin muscling in on the local Chinese restaurant. It's a simple exchange: the thugs set foot in the restaurant, and Tang Lung cuts loose with a flurry of kicks and punches designed to inflict the maximum amount of damage with the minimum amount of effort. Then, more fighting ensues.

The Way of the Dragon co-stars popular starlet Nora Miao, and is a true tour-de-force for Bruce Lee. Not only did he star in the film, but he also wrote, produced, and directed - and this is in addition to his expected action choreography duties. The results of his labor are a wildly entertaining martial arts film that's sure to make kung-fu fans of all ages grin from ear-to-ear. Most famously, The Way of the Dragon features a dramatic showdown between Bruce Lee and Chuck Norris in the confines of Rome's ancient Colosseum!

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Joy Sales Those Days In The Heaven (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales The Protector (1985) (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version)
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In the 1980s Jackie Chan starred in a handful of English-language Golden Harvest movies catered for the international market, among those were Battle Creek Brawl (1980), Cannonball Run (1981), and The Protector (1985). Written and directed by James Glickenhaus, The Protector cast Chan and American actor Danny Aiello (Do the Right Thing) as a pair of NYPD cops. They are sent to Hong Kong to catch a drug lord who has kidnapped the daughter of his former criminal associate, and, naturally, big fights ensue. Co-starring kung fu actress Moon Lee and Roy Chiao, the crime action thriller is quite unlike the usual action comedy fare Chan is famous for, but it does feature Hollywood-styled action scenes sprinkled with Chan's death-defying stunts.

Note: This is the English-language US theatrical cut of the film.

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Joy Sales Touch Of Fair Lady (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Shaolin Boxers (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Directed by Huang Da, Shaolin Boxers is an old school Shaw Brothers kung fu flick starring James Tien. Released in 1974, this entertaining film tells a classic tale of good vs. bad with plenty of fist-fighting action. Shaolin Boxers is set in a small village in Fujian where the people live in peace and prosperity. Although occasional troublemakers will surface, the village has remained safe and secure for many years thanks to the protection of the local Shaolin martial arts school. The growing prosperity of the village, however, has brought on a lot of corruption. Every year the Fuquan county holds a martial arts competition to determine who becomes the chairman of the martial arts association. For the past few years, local bigwig Ho has bribed the judge to win, and then used his position to extort protection fees from villagers. But this year, Shaolin master Chuang is determined to step up for the villagers and win the competition.
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Joy Sales Armour of God (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Jackie Chan is Asian Hawk, an Indiana Jones-style grave robber who's called into service to discover the secret behind the "Armour of God," a suit of mystical armor reputedly worn by an ancient deity. Asian Hawk takes the job, but must also contend with a former friend (popular singer Alan Tam) who hitches a ride to find his wayward girlfriend Rosamund Kwan - who just so happens to be the ex-girlfriend of Asian Hawk. Armour of God features stunning international locations and some imaginative action set pieces that could only have come from the mind of Jackie Chan. Some of the standout action sequences include an extended fight with four monstrous women, an acrobatic tussle in monastery, and a notoriously dangerous stunt that landed Jackie Chan in the hospital. You can actually see that failed stunt DURING the ending outtakes, which serves as a compelling reminder of Chan's humanity, and unswerving proof of his daredevil genius and unmatched commitment to his art. Armour of God is undoubtedly one of Jackie Chan's signature cinema vehicles.
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Joy Sales Bandits From Shantung (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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A young and pre-fame Sammo Hung provides action choreography in addition to playing a supporting part on-screen in the 1972 Golden Harvest production Bandits from Shantung. Written and directed by Huang Feng (The Crimson Charm), the martial arts film is set in the Shantung province, where everyone fears the bandits of the Green Dragon Gang. Only a knight-errant named Yin Teh Yee (kung fu star Chang Yi) dares to stand up to them. When the Gang kidnaps Yin's lover Ling, Yin must employ his wits and swordsman skills to take down the notorious Gang and kill its leader (Pai Ying).
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Joy Sales Express To Better Vocabulary And Pronunciation Vol. 6B at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Express To Better Vocabulary And Pronunciation Vol. 6B
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Joy Sales What A Small World (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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A quartet of photogenic Hong Kong actors finds love and serendipity in the romantic drama What a Small World. Married colleagues Michelle (Rosamund Kwan) and Franco (Lawrence Ng) take a trip to Paris, but a marital spat sends Michelle to London, and Franco to Paris - both alone! In London, Michelle runs into old flame Brother Hung (Ray Lui), a righteous triad in control of London's Chinatown. Meanwhile, Franco chances into childhood friend Nina (Nina Li) in Paris, where she's now a model. Old emotions are rekindled, but despite their different locations, the foursome will ultimately find themselves drawn together - and even more surprising connections st waiting to be discovered! A variety of European locations serves as a backdrop for this charming film, that mixes comedy, drama, and even a little bit of action into an enjoyable hodgepodge of romantic, frothy fun. The quartet of terrific Hong Kong stars shows great chemistry in What a Small World, but it's Nina Li (AKA: Mrs. Jet Li) who steals the show with her buxom figure and undeniable sexiness.
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Joy Sales Final Victory (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version)
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Patrick Tam, director of the award-winning After This Our Exile, first made his name for creating artistically acclaimed movies with his daring 1982 work Nomad (starring Leslie Cheung, Cecilia Ip, Pat Ha, Ken Tong). His 1987 movie Final Victory is definitely worth re-visiting. Internationally renowned director Wong Kar Wai, yet to make his directorial debut at the time, co-wrote the script of Final Victory with Patrick Tam and Winnie Yu (now head of Commercial Radio Hong Kong). Also a Hong Kong New Wave director, Tsui Hark stepped down from his director's chair to take up the male lead alongside Eric Tsang, now one of the most representative actors in Hong Kong, and sexy actress Loletta Lee.

Eric Tsang stars as the shy and timid Hung who has to choose between brotherhood and love. Tsui Hark portrays triad gangster Bo, who asks Hung, his younger sworn brother, to take care of his two mistresses, Ping (Margaret Li) and Mimi (Loletta Lee). But Hung soon falls in love with Mimi, and he realizes that their romance, if known to Bo, will end their brotherhood which he also treasures.

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Joy Sales Mr. Fortune (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Director Cha Chuen Yee and producer Stephen Shin's Mr. Fortune is a charming princess-loves-the-frog tale set in contemporary Hong Kong. Starring humble-looking actor Anthony Chan opposite yummy actress Chingmy Yau, the 1989 romantic comedy was part of the "little men" phenomenon prevalent in Hong Kong cinema then. The great supporting cast makes the proceedings even more interesting with the presence of the great Roy Chiao, Wong Wan Si, Money Lo, Stuart Ong, and funnyman Lam Man Chung.

Toy designer Yau (Anthony Chan) is always bullied by boss (Wong Wan Si) and ex-girlfriend (Money Lo). One day, Yau runs into a beautiful but rebellious girl named Ching (Chingmy Yau), who tells him she is the target of triad harassment. Yau is determined to help her, and he resigns from his job at the encouragement of Ching. The two take low-pay jobs at a fast food chain, and gradually fall in love with each other. But their relationship is threatened when Ching's true identity as the daughter of a tycoon (Roy Chiao) is exposed.

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Joy Sales Chao Ju Jing Dian - Yu Tang Chun
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Chao Ju Jing Dian - Yu Tang Chun
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Joy Sales A Love Seed (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales A Bloody Fight (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Gordon Liu (36th Chamber of Shaolin) and Norman Tsui (Duel to the Death) have one heck of A Bloody Fight on their hands in director Wilson Tong's 1988 tale of two friends on opposite sides of the law. Tong, Liu, and Tsi would re-team for the following year's similarly themed A Fiery Family, but A Bloody Fight gets an extra boost from the presence of legendary directors Lau Kar Leung (Executioners from Shaolin) and Chor Yuen (Swordsman and Enchantress), who step in front of the camera to play memorable supporting roles. With its tortured antiheroes and elaborate action sequences, A Bloody Fight is a textbook example of Hong Kong's "heroic bloodshed" genre.

As children, Fai (Liu) and Keung (Tsui) were the best of friends, but a decade apart finds the two men following drastically different paths. Fai has joined the police force and enjoys a respectable life minding his little sister Mui, while Keung has become irrevocably entrenched in the underworld as a triad hitman. A chance meeting reunites the old friends, and a budding romance with Fai's sister inspires Keung to quit his life of crime. But the triads are hardly willing to let him go without a fight, and Keung's boss engineers a tragedy that threatens to turn the childhood pals into the bitterest of enemies.

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Joy Sales Xuan Ji Ji 2009 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Brief Encounter In Shinjuku (Hong Kong Version)
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The hilarious sequel to the 1989 hit The Yuppie Fantasia, Brief Encounter in Shinjuku brings back Lawrence Cheng as a thirty-something Hong Kong yuppie finding misadventures in love and marriage. Leung Foon (Lawrence Cheng) and Ann (Carol "Dodo" Cheng) reunite after the events of The Yuppie Fantasia, but issues still exist. Ann works overtime to be a better wife, and Leung Foon attempts mightily to be a model, upright husband. But being perfect spouses can take its toll, and soon the possibility of infidelity arises for both of them. For Leung Foon, the temptation comes in the form of new office colleague Dream Kwan (Rosamund Kwan), who's got the entire office abuzz with her stunning beauty. Will Ann and Leung Foon decide once and for all that marriage is not for them? Director Gordon Chan brings wry observations and light-hearted comedy to Brief Encounter in Shinjuku, a modern comedy that easily matches, and possibly even surpasses its predecessor!
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Joy Sales Happy Mother at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Happy Mother
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Happy Mother
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Joy Sales The Drummer (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Drummer (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Written and directed by Kenneth Bi (Rice Rhapsody), The Drummer combines the unlikely themes of triads and zen drumming into a rousing, beat-filled journey of personal growth. Jaycee Chan (The Sun Also Rises), who is fast emerging as the best young actor of his generation, stars as a rebellious youth whose life is changed by the steady beats of the zen drum. The film co-stars screen veteran Tony Leung Ka Fai and Golden Horse Best Actress Angelica Lee (Re-Cycle), along with supporting players Josie Ho (Exiled), Roy Cheung (Exiled), and pop starlet Yumiko Cheng (Everlasting Regret).

Rash and rebellious, Sid (Jaycee Chan) is forced to go into hiding when he's caught in bed with the girlfriend (Yumiko Cheng) of a mob boss (Kenneth Tsang). While his harried triad leader father (Tony Leung Ka Fai) tries to sort things out in Hong Kong, Sid gets exiled to Taiwan where he loafs around angrily making life difficult for henchman Chiu (Roy Cheung). An aspiring musician himself, Sid takes an interest in a group of traditional zen drummers, particularly the young and abrasive Hong Dou (Angelica Lee). Stubborn as ever, he joins the troupe at their back-to-the-basics mountain residence, clashing with their strict regiment of martial arts training and disciplined living. And yet step by step, beat by beat, Sid begins to change...

Jaycee Chan and Angelica Lee, who both underwent special training to rise to their drumming roles, give convincing performances onscreen, although the real percussion show belongs to the performers from Taiwan's U Theatre troupe who, like the roles they portray on screen, train vigorously in the mountains practicing zen drumming, meditation, and martial arts. Director Bi was actually inspired to make this film after he saw a U Theatre performance six years ago. He especially sought out the troupe to learn more about their art and way of living, thus beginning the big screen journey of this rare art and uncommon film.

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Joy Sales Story Of Ricky (1991) (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Story Of Ricky (1991) (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version)
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"Violent" doesn't even begin to describe Story of Ricky, an over-the-top guts-and-gore spectacle that earns its status as a cult classic - and then some! Based on the Japanese manga Riki-Oh by Tetsuya Saruwatari, Story of Ricky stars Fan Siu Wong as Ricky, a buffed tough guy who gets sent to a disturbing prison after killing the man who murdered his fiancee. Immediately, Ricky is beset by foes on all sides. Corrupt prison officials and violent inmates jockey for power in the prison, and Ricky can only do one thing to maintain his pride and sanity: fight like a madman! Buckets of blood are spilled as director Lam Nai Choi (Peacock King, The Seventh Curse) delivers outrageous gore of such deliriously campy excess that it would turn cult directors Sam Raimi and Peter Jackson green with envy! Heads roll, blood splatters, bones snap, and intestines spill as Story of Ricky reaches an absurd and ultraviolent fever pitch that must be seen to be believed! Believe the hype: Story of Ricky is perfect midnight cinema for fans worldwide!
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Joy Sales Starry Journey II (Chapter 5) - Cheung Man (Horde) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Starry Journey II (Chapter 5) - Cheung Man (Horde)
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Starry Journey II (Chapter 5) - Cheung Man (Horde)
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Joy Sales Fury (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Fury (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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A blood pledge of friendship between gangsters, an international counterfeiting ring, double-crossings, and two-guns-blazing revenge - Fury (1988) has all the elements of classic Hong Kong action cinema. It also sports some very familiar faces for gun-fu fans; Fury's three lead actors would all go on to star in some of the modern masterpieces of the genre. Waise Lee is perhaps best known as the unscrupulous Paul in John Woo's Bullet in the Head, while Philip Chan played Chow Yun Fat's boss in Woo's Hard Boiled, and Michael Wong starred opposite Anthony Wong in Beast Cops.

In Fury, Lee, Chan, and Wong play three fast friends in the Hong Kong underworld overseeing the transfer of counterfeit US dollars to their associates in the Taiwanese mob. Lee's cousin is in charge of arranging the handoff, but he's also a police snitch. The botched operation ends in Wong's arrest and a narrow escape for Lee and Chan. The double-crossing cousin doesn't want any loose ends left alive, however, and goes after Chan and even Wong's wife. Upon his release from prison, Wong reunites with Lee to get some triad-style revenge on the man who set them up.

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Joy Sales No Compromise (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales No Compromise (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Danny Lee does what Danny Lee does best, playing a tough-as-nails cop who offers the bad guys No Compromise in this taut police drama from 1988. The film's familiar tale of a duty-obsessed policeman who rediscovers the value of family when his work puts his loved ones in jeopardy is nothing new. But strong performances from Lee and a stellar supporting cast that includes Carol Cheng (Her Fatal Ways), Lam Wai (King of Beggars), Pauline Wong (Mr. Vampire) and perennial Danny Lee-nemesis Shing Fui On (Blue Jean Monster) make No Compromise a solid (if predictable) entry in the genre.

Following the murder of a fellow officer at the hands of a criminal couple from Mainland China (Lam and Wong), Officer Lee invests every ounce of his energy into bringing the killers to justice. His obsession soon takes its toll on his home life, but not even threats of divorce from his neglected wife (Cheng) can deter Lee from the fanatical pursuit of his prey. Lee eventually wakes up and realizes what he stands to lose; but it may be too late - when Lam loses his own wife and child during in a bloody police dragnet, he exacts retribution by kidnapping Lee's young son.

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Joy Sales Pretty Ghost (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Pretty Ghost (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Also known as Pretty Ghost, Alien Wife is the story of a man, a woman, and the ghost who gets in their way. Tony Leung Ka Fai is Tony, a mousy architect who longs for the "beauty of the office" Ellen (Ellen Chan). But he really has no chance with her, a fact that changes when he befriends benevolent ghost Kaka (Rosamund Kwan). Tony and Kaka develop a strange connection that allows them to share their feelings, so Kaka sets out to help Tony win his lady love Ellen. But what will happen when the ghost starts developing feelings for the man? Teddy Chan (Purple Storm) directed this early-nineties commercial comedy that provides plenty of silly laughs and actor eye-candy to please audiences everywhere! Tony Leung Ka Fai is a hilariously self-effacing comic actor, and Rosamund Kwan is as easy on the eyes as Hong Kong actresses get. Full of random jokes and plenty of wacky, unexpected fun, Alien Wife is a silly comedy delight!
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Joy Sales From Here To Prosperity (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales From Here To Prosperity (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Richard Ng, possibly the only actor in history who can claim to have upstaged Jackie Chan (Miracles), Sammo Hung (Millionaire's Express), and Michelle Yeoh (Magnificent Warriors) with his comedic mugging, takes center stage in this tongue-in-cheek crime caper from 1986 produced by Sammo Hung and directed by Philip Chan (best known for his appearances in Police Story 3: Supercop and Hard Boiled). Elaborate martial arts stunt work was practically a prerequisite for 1980s Hong Kong cinema, and From Here to Prosperity has its share, but the main attraction is Ng's wacky charm and superb comedic timing. Although he never achieved Stephen Chow-levels of success, the seventy-plus films Ng appeared in throughout the 1980s and 90s constitute one of the greatest legacies of Hong Kong comedy.

Set in 1950s Thailand, From Here to Prosperity follows the adventures of a wily detective (Ng) and his cohorts, who are contracted by the daughter of a slain fellow investigator to take revenge on her father's killer, who sells stolen jewels on the black market. In an elaborate insurance fraud scheme, the crook plans the theft of his own merchandise, but Ng and company steal the jewels out from under him. A deal is cut for the return of the priceless diamonds, but Ng is far from through with his grand scheme to make a monkey of his adversary.

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Joy Sales Chinese Stories From Afar : The Chapter Of Sarajevo 1 (VCD) (ATV Program) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Chinese Stories From Afar : The Chapter Of Sarajevo 1 (VCD) (ATV Program) (Hong Kong Version)
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Chinese Stories From Afar : The Chapter Of Sarajevo 1 (VCD) (ATV Program) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Chao Ju Jing Dian - Da Jiao Fu Ren (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Chao Ju Jing Dian - Da Jiao Fu Ren (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Chao Ju Jing Dian - Da Jiao Fu Ren (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Fatal Vacation (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Fatal Vacation (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Never, ever take a vacation with Eric Tsang to the Philippines. That's pretty much the point of Fatal Vacation, the graphic 1989 shocker produced and directed by Tsang, who also stars as the leader of a tour group held hostage by a sadistic band of terrorists. Tsang's mug eventually became synonymous with the underworld mob bosses he portrayed in films like Comrades, Almost a Love Story and Infernal Affairs, but back when this picture was made, the pudgy-faced actor was best known for playing genial goofballs in lighthearted comedies. The wisecracking tour guide he portrays in Fatal Vacation's opening act is a brilliant bit of cinematic deception; what starts as another innocuous comedy suddenly becomes a taut and terrifying thriller as Tsang's feel-good tour goes straight to Hell.

Slightly sleazy tour guide Eric has a reputation for providing all-inclusive tours of exotic destinations, and his latest excursion to the Philippines is booked solid. Eric arranges for his guests to get up-close and personal with the militia forces in the country's unstable southern regions, but the dream vacation becomes a nightmare when the group is taken hostage by a pack of anti-government rebels. The women are raped and the men are tortured as the terrorists wait for their demands to be met. Once it becomes apparent that the Philippine government has no intention of negotiating, the surviving captives plan their own daring escape.

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Joy Sales My Wife Is A Gambling Maestro (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales My Wife Is A Gambling Maestro (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Wong Jing strikes again with the slapstick gambling comedy My Wife is a Gambling Maestro! Multi-tasking as director, producer, actor, and most likely writer (credited to "Two Fat Men"), Wong Jing retreads the hallowed God of Gamblers formula with genre regular Nick Cheung, no stranger to gambling films or Wong Jing shtick after appearing in The Conman series. Nick Cheung doesn't deal the cards this time, however, as gambling duties fall to Wong Jing's newest protege Natalie Meng Yao (Beauty and the Seven Beasts). Co-starring comic standby Cheung Tat Ming, martial artist Xing Yu (Kung Fu Hustle), and Stephen Chow regular Chan Kwok Kwan (Shaolin Soccer, Kung Fu Hustle) as the swaggering bad guy, My Wife is a Gambling Maestro is an amusing throwback effort with more than enough action, comedy, and mahjong tiles to entertain fans of the genre.

Gambling queen and martial arts extraordinaire Ying Ying (Natalie Meng) is set to take the crown at the upcoming Asian God of Gamblers championship, but she ends up in deep water when she gets double-crossed by her lover (Samuel Pang) and rival gambler Manu (Chan Kwok Kwan). Suffering from amnesia after her drowning incident, Ying Ying gets rescued by an unlikely knight in shining armor: harried debt-ridden debt collector Jay (Nick Cheung) who suffers abuse left and right in his job and from his cheating girlfriend. Things seem to look up for Jay after he meets Ying Ying, but she has the habit of beating him up whenever he gets too close. The clock is ticking down as Ying Ying settles down to a new life with Jay who happens to hate gambling because of his line of work. Will Ying Ying regain her memory in time for the championship? And what will Jay do when he finds out her true identity?

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Joy Sales Love In The Space-Time (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Love In The Space-Time (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Love In The Space-Time (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Once Upon A Rainbow (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Once Upon A Rainbow (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Produced by Teddy Robin and directed by Ng Siu Kong, the 1982 film Once Upon a Rainbow uses a television studio as background to tell the story of two young women of different fates. Appropriate enough, the film starred television starlets of the time Wong Cho Si and Chong Jing Yee, both of whom have long left the industry, making this film a particularly rare treat. A TVB acting class graduate herself, Wong Cho Si is most remembered as Princess Hua Zheng in Legend of the Condor Heroes. Chong Jing Yee meanwhile, is best known for her starring role in another Felix Wong drama, Soldier of Fortune.

Coming from a broken family, Angel (Wong Cho Si) places all her hopes and dreams on best friend Fong (Chong Jing Yee). Fong is currently taking acting classes at the TV studio that Angel works at, and both of them develop a liking for the same guy. When Angel finds out about Fong's feelings, she backs out of the budding relationship, not wanting Fong to get hurt. Troubled by own her heart and conscience, Angel slowly loses her voice, giving up on herself. On the same day Fong graduates, she receives news that Angel has committed suicide.

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Joy Sales Express To Better Vocabulary And Pronunciation Vol. 2B at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Express To Better Vocabulary And Pronunciation Vol. 2B
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Express To Better Vocabulary And Pronunciation Vol. 2B
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Joy Sales The Marigolds (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Marigolds (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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The Marigolds (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales The Master (VCD) (Remastered) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Master (VCD) (Remastered) (Hong Kong Version)
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The team behind the classic Once Upon a Time in China films, star Jet Li and director Tsui Hark, collaborate on The Master, a modern retelling of the Wong Fei Hung legend set in Los Angeles, California! Jet Li is a martial arts disciple who arrives in the United States to visit his master (Yuen Wah), who runs a small clinic named "Po Chi Lam". But there's trouble for the duo, as one of the master's former students decides to use his kung-fu powers for evil, and even trashes the clinic in the process. There's only one thing a good martial arts disciple can do...go after the offenders and take them down with righteous fury and a swift kick to the head! The Master affords Jet Li fans the opportunity to see their idol run rampant over Los Angeles dispensing justice to a passel of nefarious villains, including Billy Blanks of "Tae Bo" fame! Jet Li supplies his dynamic screen presence and martial arts athleticism, and Tsui Hark does all the rest in The Master!
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Joy Sales Pom Pom Strikes Back (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Pom Pom Strikes Back (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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In the golden days of Hong Kong cinema, Richard Ng and John Sham formed an inimitable comedy duo who starred in several spin-off comedies from the blockbuster Five Lucky Stars series. The first of these films, 1984's Pom Pom, was such an enormous hit that it resulted in the duo's three more outings, precisely in The Return of Pom Pom in the same year, then Mr. Boo Meets Pom Pom the following year, and Pom Pom Strikes Back! two years after the original.

In the final chapter of the Pom Pom series, Ng and Sham are back to reprise their beloved roles as bumbling anti-triad detectives Ah Chau and Beethoven respectively, alongside acclaimed actress Deanie Ip as Chau's wife Anna. This time, the buddy cops are assigned the duty to protect an important witness (played by '80s teen idol May Lo) from the hitmen sent to silence her for good. Meanwhile, a computer failure has resulted in Chau mistakenly thinking he's got a terminal illness.

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