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Magnolia Home Entertainment High-Rise (2015) (Blu-ray) (US Version) at 234.00 HKD from YesAsia
Magnolia Home Entertainment High-Rise (2015) (Blu-ray) (US Version)
HK$ 234.00
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High-Rise (2015) (Blu-ray) (US Version)
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Magnolia Home Entertainment Tidal Wave (AKA: Haeundae) (Blu-ray) (US Version) at 179.00 HKD from YesAsia
Magnolia Home Entertainment Tidal Wave (AKA: Haeundae) (Blu-ray) (US Version)
HK$ 179.00
YesAsia
Only the fifth Korean film to cross the ten million admissions milestone, the 2009 Hollywood-style blockbuster disaster movie Haeundae has joined The Host, Taegukgi: The Brotherhood of War, King and The Clown, and Silmido in Korea's all-time top five grossing films. Helmed by Sex is Zero and My Boss, My Hero director Yoon Je Kyun, Haeundae is about Korea getting struck by a massive tsunami. The film's title refers to its ground zero, popular Haeundae Beach located in southern port city Busan. The all-star ensemble cast of Sol Kyung Gu (Public Enemy), Park Joong Hoon (Radio Star), Ha Ji Won (Closer to Heaven), Uhm Jung Hwa (Insadong Scandal), and Lee Min Ki (A Million) play different people from different walks of life who are swept into the film's human drama and thrilling battle for survival. Rough-talking, soft-hearted former fisherman Man Sik (Sol Kyung Gu) runs a seafood joint by the sea, and watches out for Yeon Hee (Ha Ji Won) who struggles to run a restaurant by herself. They share a bond beyond friendship, but Man Sik can't seem to confess his feelings, or tell Yeon Hee the truth about her father's death at sea years ago. Man Sik's earnest lifeguard brother Hyung Sik (Lee Min Ki) has fallen for a sassy girl (Kang Ye Won) from Seoul. Meanwhile, in another part of Korea alarmed geologist Kim Hee (Park Joong Hoon) discovers that a mega-tsunami is heading for the peninsula. With the authorities refusing to listen, he rushes to Haeundae where his estranged ex-wife Yu Jin (Uhm Jung Hwa) and daughter (Kim Yoo Jung) are, but it's already too late to escape...
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Magnolia Home Entertainment Ong Bak 2: The Beginning (Blu-ray) (Collector's Edition) (US Version) at 179.00 HKD from YesAsia
Magnolia Home Entertainment Ong Bak 2: The Beginning (Blu-ray) (Collector's Edition) (US Version)
HK$ 179.00
YesAsia
Martial arts superstar Tony Jaa returns in Ong Bak 2, an unrelated sequel to the jaw-dropping Ong Bak. Jaa stars and also co-directs the film alongside frequent collaborator Panna Rittikrai, action choreographer for Jaa's Tom Yum Goong and Ong Bak. Not content to dish out the same Muay Thai that made him an international sensation, Jaa mixes it up in Ong Bak 2, demonstrating a wider range of martial arts including styles made popular by Jackie Chan and Bruce Lee. Also, Jaa performs his own perilous stunts, and engages in a spectacular duel with Dan Chupong (Dynamite Warrior) on the back of an elephant. The climactic action sequence is a breathless twenty minute-plus fight that finds Jaa squaring off against hordes of foes in a Thai jungle village. A must-see for Asian action aficionados, Ong Bak 2 should be the perfect appetizer before Tony Jaa returns in Ong Bak 3. Orphaned when the treacherous Lord Rajasena (Saranyoo Wongkrajang) kills his parents, young Tien is saved from slavery and raised by Chernang (Sorapong Chatree), leader of a renowned band of guerillas. Growing to adulthood, Tien (Tony Jaa) becomes proficient in a variety of martial arts styles including boxing, kung fu, and Muay Thai, as well as numerous forms of exotic weaponry. With his training behind him, Tien begins his journey towards his ultimate goal: revenge against Lord Rajasena for his parents' death. However, infiltrating the enemy brings Tien in contact once again with childhood sweetheart Pim (Primorata Dejudom), who has become Rajasena's top dancer. Inflicting an initial blow on Rajasena, Tien makes his return to the jungle, only to find his enemies - and a shocking revelation - waiting for him.
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Magnolia Home Entertainment Mother (2009) (Blu-ray) (US Version) at 156.00 HKD from YesAsia
Magnolia Home Entertainment Mother (2009) (Blu-ray) (US Version)
HK$ 156.00
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The Host director Bong Joon Ho presents a different kind of monster in a searing, subversive mystery thriller that rips through the facade of small-town Korea. Veteran actress Kim Hye Ja delivers a commanding performance as the devoted mother who goes to desperate extremes to protect her mentally disabled son, played by popular actor Won Bin (Taegukgi) appearing in his first film in five years. Premiering at the Cannes Film Festival, Mother opened in Korea to blockbuster reception, proving to be another commercial and critical hit for Bong. Seemingly normal people and places peel away to reveal an unsettling portrait of small-town Korea gone wrong in Mother. When mentally slow Do Joon (Won Bin) gets arrested for murder, his mother (Kim Hye Ja) faces an uphill battle to clear his name. Everyone including the police are convinced that Do Joon is the culprit, but she knows that her son wouldn't kill. She begins to dig left and right to find the real killer herself, but her sleepy hometown holds many secrets that are best left unturned.
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Magnolia Home Entertainment Tangerine (2015) (Blu-ray) (US Version) at 133.00 HKD from YesAsia
Magnolia Home Entertainment Tangerine (2015) (Blu-ray) (US Version)
HK$ 133.00
YesAsia
Tangerine (2015) (Blu-ray) (US Version)
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Magnolia Home Entertainment The Host (Blu-ray) (Collector's Edition) (US Version) at 137.00 HKD from YesAsia
Magnolia Home Entertainment The Host (Blu-ray) (Collector's Edition) (US Version)
HK$ 137.00
YesAsia
The biggest Korean film of the year comes to DVD! Released in July 2006, Bong Joon Ho's monster film The Host ripped through the box office like a force of nature. Breaking every record on the book, The Host became the first Korean film to sell 13 million tickets, surpassing the all-time record held by King and The Clown. It topped the box office for five consecutive weeks, writing a new page in Korean cinema history. Perhaps the only thing more impressive than its box office record is the score of awards the film has picked up. The Host won Best Film and Best Supporting Actor at the 27th Blue Dragon Awards, Best Film at the 43rd Baeksang Awards, Best Director at the 44th Daejong Awards, Best Film and Best Director at the 5th Korean Awards, and Best Film and Best Actor at the 1st Asian Film Awards, amongst many other accolades. Although monster films have a strong tradition in Japan and the U.S., they're typically relegated to bargain bins in Korea. When Bong Joon Ho, the critically acclaimed director of smash hit Memories of Murder, announced he was making a monster movie, the film industry was unsure of how to react. But this was the film Bong was always meant to make. Bong rounded together an illustrious cast led by Song Kang Ho (JSA), Byun Hee Bong (Crying Fist), Bae Du Na (Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance), and Park Hae Il (Rules of Dating). Meanwhile, a monstrous budget and state-of-the-art CG technology gave birth to the proverbial beast. The result: The Host not only conquered the box office, it garnered almost universal acclaim, winning over critics and moviegoers alike from Cannes to Korea. More than just a creature feature, The Host delves into a raw, suspenseful world of unspeakable horrors, politics, conflicts, and emotions in one family's relentless fight against the monster that rose from the Han River. Gang Du's (Song Kang Ho) family is the epitome of dysfunctional. His brother Nam Il (Park Hae Il) is a cursing, molotov-throwing unemployed college graduate; his sister Nam Joo (Bae Du Na) is a professional archer with self-esteem issues. Gang Du spends his days running a snack stall near the Han River, and his only hope, indeed the family's hope, is on the shoulders of his daughter, Hyun Seo (Ko Ah Sung). Unbeknownst to everyone, however, a horrible monster has been growing in the polluted waters of Han River, and it snatches Hyun Seo from their life. Unable to get any help from the authorities, the family is determined to get Hyun Seo back on their own, no matter what it takes.
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Magnolia Home Entertainment Let the Right One In (2008) (Blu-ray) (US Version) at 156.00 HKD from YesAsia
Magnolia Home Entertainment Let the Right One In (2008) (Blu-ray) (US Version)
HK$ 156.00
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Let the Right One In (2008) (Blu-ray) (US Version)
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Magnolia Home Entertainment Red Cliff - Part I & Part II (Blu-ray) (Original International Version) (US Version) at 234.00 HKD from YesAsia
Magnolia Home Entertainment Red Cliff - Part I & Part II (Blu-ray) (Original International Version) (US Version)
HK$ 234.00
YesAsia
Red Cliff - Part I & Part II (Blu-ray) (Original International Version) (US Version)
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Magnolia Home Entertainment Eden Log (2007) (Blu-ray) (US Version) at 156.00 HKD from YesAsia
Magnolia Home Entertainment Eden Log (2007) (Blu-ray) (US Version)
HK$ 156.00
YesAsia
Eden Log (2007) (Blu-ray) (US Version)
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Magnolia Home Entertainment Ong Bak 3 (Blu-ray) (Collector's Edition+Digital Copy) (US Version) at 234.00 HKD from YesAsia
Magnolia Home Entertainment Ong Bak 3 (Blu-ray) (Collector's Edition+Digital Copy) (US Version)
HK$ 234.00
YesAsia
Now that Tony Jaa has put his cinematic career aside for his spiritual pursuit (he's already become a Buddhist monk), Ong Bak 3 could well be the last screen appearance for the international martial arts sensation. That alone is enough to make the epic historical actioner Thailand's must-see film of the year. Ong Bak 3 completes the wildly successful trilogy that began with Jaa's 2003 breakout hit Ong Bak: Muay Thai Warrior and continued five years later in the mammoth blockbuster Ong Bak 2. With the Thai superstar helming, writing, and producing the picture (along with his mentor Panna Rittikrai) in addition to headlining the cast and doing all the jaw-dropping stunts and crazy action scenes, the final chapter picks up right where Ong Bak 2 left off. Despite being adept in different fighting styles of the world, vengeful warrior Tien (Jaa) is captured by his archenemy, the treacherous Lord Rajasena (Saranyu Wonggrajang), and is violently tortured to death. Fortunately, his broken body is reincarnated thanks to his childhood sweetheart Pim (Primrata Dechudom) and his loyal friends from the village. While Tien is mending himself for the final showdown against Lord Rajasena and his hordes of minions, our hero's true nemesis emerges in the mysterious "Crow Ghost" (rising star Dan Chupong, Dynamite Warrior), an evil wizard with formidable combat skills and dark magic powers...
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