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Mei Ah They Came To Rob Hong Kong at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah They Came To Rob Hong Kong
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Mei Ah Embrace Your Shadow (Hong Kong Version) at 62.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Embrace Your Shadow (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 62.00
Fresh off her startling debut performance in 2 Young, singer/actress Fiona Sit teamed with Taiwanese TV star Dylan Kuo (The Outsiders) for the romantic drama Embrace Your Shadow. Usual romantic comedy director Joe Ma Wai Ho (Feel 100%, Love Undercover), Embrace Your Shadow tells the story of Ran (Fiona Sit), a young woman who meets small-time thief Juchin (Dylan Kuo) after he inadvertently cares for Ran's six-year old niece Shiayou. Against his better judgement, Juchin begins a charitable existence, spending time with Ran, Shiayou, and Shiayou's father Feng (Cheung Kwok Keung), who suffers from a rare disease that results in paralysis. Ran may be in line for a similar fate, so Juchin puts his life on the line to find the money to pay for an operation. But when the triads come for Juchin's head, will he be able to hold them off long enough to save his newfound lady love? A subdued and gentle romance tinged with tragic triad thriller overtones, Embrace Your Shadow further demonstrates the talent for drama that director Joe Ma displayed in his acclaimed Funeral March. As the young lovers, Fiona Sit and Dylan Kuo turn in photogenic, surprisingly mature performances.
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Mei Ah Treasure Hunt (DTS Version) at 97.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Treasure Hunt (DTS Version)
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The winning couple of Chow Yun Fat and Jacklyn Wu work onscreen magic in Treasure Hunt, a hit action-comedy directed by veteran comedy director Jeff Lau (Chinese Odyssey 2002). Chow Yun Fat is Jeffery Ching, an American CIA agent dispatched to China to steal a national treasure, though its actual appearance and description are unknown to him. Jeff hides out at the Shaolin Temple, where he meets the charming, winsome Mei (Jacklyn Wu), a super-powered ESP misfit who can pass objects through solid surfaces, spur the growth of flowers on any surface, and even fly! Mei and Jeff begin an innocent, tender romance, and Jeff becomes accustomed to the strict, yet enjoyable lives of the Shaolin monks (led by Shaw Brothers veteran Gordon Lau Ka Fai). But various factions want Mei for themselves, and are willing to do almost anything to possess her. Can Jeff save her? Chow Yun Fat brings his unparalleled charisma to Treasure Hunt, a delightful mixture of comedy, action and romance!
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Mei Ah Zatoichi Monogatari at 62.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Zatoichi Monogatari
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Mei Ah An Empress and the Warriors (2008) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 51.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah An Empress and the Warriors (2008) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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An Empress and the Warriors features a Kelly Chen you've never seen before: in armor. The Canto-pop queen heads into battle for this impressive period adventure, in which she stars as Yan Feier, a determined princess who is given control of her troubled, war torn kingdom. Chen trained extensively to handle the role's physical demands, learning to ride a horse and handle a sword for director Tony Ching Siu Tung, who previously handled the action for Zhang Yimou's Hero and House of Flying Daggers, as well as numerous martial arts classics. Chen's co-stars are also top-notch; Leon Lai is her paramour, a kindly doctor with a hidden past, and action superstar Donnie Yen is her childhood friend and toughest warrior - and a man who holds a secret affection for his empress. A lavish tale filled with action and romance, An Empress and the Warriors is the 21st Century answer to the beloved Hong Kong Cinema swordplay classics of old.

Yan Feier (Kelly Chen) is thrust into the role of empress when her father the King is viciously murdered by his own nephew, Wu Ba (Guo Xiao Dong). His treachery unknown to Feier, Wu Ba plots to gain control of the kingdom for himself. Meanwhile, Feier turns to legendary warrior Brother Hu (Donnie Yen) to instruct her in the ways of warfare. But Wu Ba sends assassins after Feier, and she's poisoned by an assassin's dart before being lost in the woods. Her absence throws the kingdom into chaos, and Brother Hu must maintain morale, all the while carrying a hidden love for his missing empress. Meanwhile, Feier is found and nursed back to health by Duan Lanquan (Leon Lai), a doctor who lives in a secluded forest treehouse. Lanquan awakens the woman within the warrior's armor, and given the alternative of a peaceful life without war, Feier must eventually make a difficult choice. Should she choose love, and remain just a woman? Or should she choose her kingdom, and return to being an empress?

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Mei Ah Otouto at 62.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Otouto
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Mei Ah The Substitute 3 at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah The Substitute 3
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Mei Ah Heart Breakers at 86.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Heart Breakers
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Heart Breakers
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Mei Ah Misbegotten at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Misbegotten
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Mei Ah Millennium Minute at 86.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Millennium Minute
HK$ 86.00
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Mei Ah The Winter Story (Hong Kong Version) at 62.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah The Winter Story (Hong Kong Version)
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The Winter Story (Hong Kong Version)
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Mei Ah My Tutor Friend 2 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 74.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah My Tutor Friend 2 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 74.00
A follow-up to the 2003 hit comedy My Tutor Friend starring Kwon Sang Woo and Kim Ha Neul, My Tutor Friend 2 features a brand new cast with the same concept and charm. Fresh young stars Lee Cheong Ah (Ssunday Seoul) and Park Ki Woong (Art of Fighting) portray the film's lovable feuding couple. Staying true to the genre, the film readily hams it up, letting the romance bloom amidst oddball humor and hilarious scenes of culture shock and language mishaps. My Tutor Friend 2 is co-directed by Ji Kil Woong, the cinematographer for the first My Tutor Friend and King and The Clown, and Kim Ho Jung who previously served as assistant director on Repechage.

Japanese-Korean girl Junko (Lee Cheong Ah) travels to Seoul as an exchange student in hopes of seeing a Korean student whom she had fallen in love with in Japan. When she arrives at her new university, she finds out that her love-to-be is in the army. On top of that, the guesthouse she's staying at is full of rowdy young guys, including the owner's grating son Jong Man (Park Ki Woong) who also happens to be her Korean tutor. This disagreeable tutor, however, is a lot more interested in teaching her inappropriate words than conjugation. The two initially spend all their time fuming and feuding, but Junko slowly discovers there's more to Jong Man under his insensitive exterior.

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Mei Ah Feel 100% II (Vol.9)(End) at 90.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Feel 100% II (Vol.9)(End)
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Feel 100% II (Vol.9)(End)
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Mei Ah Life Show at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Life Show
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Life Show
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Mei Ah Where Got Ghost? (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 74.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Where Got Ghost? (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 74.00
Popular Singapore filmmaker Jack Neo (I Not Stupid) has created a new brand of "Hormedy" with his 2009 movie Where Got Ghost?. The horror comedy hit adopts the omnibus format with three independent shorts providing thrills and scares on top of the hilarious antics that Neo's fans never get tired of. Co-directed by Neo and Boris Boo, the movie features a familiar cast with Neo regulars like Marcus Chin, Mark Lee, Henry Thia, Richard Low, together with John Cheng, Wang Lei, Tay Yin Yin, Lai Ming, and Neo himself.

You will be convinced that everywhere is haunted as in the first segment, Roadside Got Ghost, three con men devise a lottery hotline scam but end up falling victim to their own greed. Forest Got Ghost follows two reserve soldiers who encounter strange things in the middle of their army training. Even House Got Ghost when inexplicable sightings at home send three brothers on a path of no return...

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Mei Ah King of Beggars (VCD) (Mei Ah Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah King of Beggars (VCD) (Mei Ah Version) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 55.00
Superstar comedian Stephen Chow turns in one of his most charismatic and heroic performances in King of Beggars, a period kung-fu comedy from director Gordon Chan (Fight Back to School). Chow plays So, a lazy, self-involved layabout who receives a fall from grace when his illiteracy prevents him from becoming an official. Reduced to being a beggar, So is asked to join the rebels, but his pride and self-loathing prevent him from joining up. But when evil Imperial wizard Norman Tsui stages a coup, it's up to So to stand up and be counted. So learns the hilarious "sleeping kung-fu", and returns to fight for justice as the legendary Beggar So! Combining an involving martial arts storyline, entertaining action sequences, and Stephen Chow's inimitable comic charm, King of Beggars is one of Stephen Chow's most enjoyable, crowd-pleasing efforts! Nominated for Best Picture and Best Director at the 12th Hong Kong Film Awards.
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Mei Ah Feel 100% II (Vol.8) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Feel 100% II (Vol.8)
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Feel 100% II (Vol.8)
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Mei Ah Red Cliff 2 (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 233.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Red Cliff 2 (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 233.00
After breaking box-office records with the 2008 release of Red Cliff, John Woo concludes his epic Three Kingdoms adaptation with Red Cliff 2. Tony Leung Chiu Wai (Infernal Affairs) and Kaneshiro Takeshi (Perhaps Love) return as Zhou Yu and Zhuge Liang, and Zhang Feng Yi (Farewell, My Concubine) acts up a storm as the power-hungry Cao Cao. Chang Chen (The Go Master), Vicki Zhao (Painted Skin), Hu Jun (Infernal Affairs 2) and Nakamura Shido (Fearless) lend support, with Taiwanese model Lin Chi Ling taking on an expanded role as the beautiful Xiao Qiao, and Mainland actor Tong Da Wei joining the cast as one of Cao Cao's soldiers.

Despite the all-star cast, the action sequences are the star of this sequel. Red Cliff 2 climaxes with a riveting and stunningly realized fire attack at the water port of Red Cliff, as Zhao Yu leads the aligned Wu and Shu forces in a desperate attempt to repel Cao Cao's forces. In between the bloodletting and pyrotechnics, John Woo weaves in his trademark themes of brotherhood and honor, finding as much space in the film for emotion and character as he does for explosions and swordplay. A satisfying and vastly entertaining counterpart to the first film, Red Cliff 2 is already one of 2009's Chinese cinema highlights.

Picking up where the first film left off, Red Cliff 2 finds Wu princess Sun Shang Xiang (Vicki Zhao) behind enemy lines. As she plays spy for Shu strategist Zhuge Liang (Kaneshiro Takeshi), Sun Shang Xiang strikes up an inadvertent friendship with an unknowing enemy (Tong Da Wei). Beset by typhoid, Liu Bei (You Yong) and the Shu forces retreat, leaving only Zhuge Liang to aid the remaining forces of Wu. Zhuge Liang and Zhou Yu (Tony Leung Chiu Wai) resort to subterfuge and cunning mindgames, seeking any advantage against the increasingly overconfident Cao Cao (Zhang Feng Yi). However, their forces are still vastly outnumbered by Cao Cao's, and with the battle fast approaching, victory seems far from assured. In the end, their only hope may by an unexpected plan launched by Zhou Yu's wife, the beautiful Xiao Qiao (Lin Chi Ling), as well as a surprising change in the wind...

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Mei Ah All's Well End's Well 2011 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 51.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah All's Well End's Well 2011 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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The All's Well End's Well franchise is perhaps the best-known brand name among the Lunar New Year holiday movies, and this year it returns with what's allegedly the last - and arguably the best of the series since the heyday of Stephen Chow! Carrying on with the series tradition, the 2011 installment is a romantic comedy blockbuster featuring the hottest stars right now, including Donnie Yen in a rare non-action, comic role, Louis Koo shedding his hunky appeal to play sissy, and Cecilia Cheung in her first movie after a five-year motherhood break. Co-directed by La Comedie Humaine's Chan Hing Ka and Janet Chun, the glamorous ensemble comedy also counts veteran actress Carina Lau (Detective Dee), funnyman Chapman To, model Lynn Xiong, Mainland actress Yan Ni, and producer Raymond Wong among its impressive lineup.

Sammy (Louis Koo) is one of the most popular beauticians in town, but when a billionaire's girlfriend Dream (Yan Ni) recruits him to be the CEO of her cosmetic product company, the all-female staff is reluctant to work with him. To promote the company's brand name, Sammy sets up a sales counter at a high-end shopping mall and enlists his friend Keung (Donnie Yen), rumored to be the most powerful makeup artist in the universe, to help manage it. Keung effortlessly becomes the untouchable top salesman thanks to his thorough understanding of the female mindset, yet he still has a hard time keeping up with his enigmatic on-off lover Moni (Carina Lau). Meanwhile, to protect his professional image, Sammy is forced to play matchmaker for his assistant Kit (Cecilia Cheung) and rich playboy Slippery (Chapman To) despite his secret admiration for her...

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Mei Ah Feel 100% Vol.8 at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Feel 100% Vol.8
HK$ 55.00
Following the astounding success of several films "Feel 100%," this time various Canton pop idols are back with a brand-new 11 series of this long-lasting love comedy.

Adapted from popular Japanese comics, Hui Lok (Alex Fong) and Fun (Miriam Yeung) are trying to stop Edward (DJ Sammi) from deceiving Cherie (Niki Chow). In this new series, Lok starts a "Notting Hill" romantic relationship with super model Nikiky, which brings out the feeling of Cherie, and makes a step forward to Lok...

So what happens to Lok, Nikiky and Cherie? Grasp the Vol.8 of "Feel 100%"!

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Mei Ah Dragon''s Claws at 86.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Dragon''s Claws
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Revenge is the order of the day in Dragon's Claws, an independent kung-fu actioner from well-regarded martial arts director Joseph Kuo! Liu Chia Yung is Lung Hsia, a skilled martial artist who's nevertheless afraid of toads! When his father, chief of the Dragon Boxing Clan, dies in a battle with mysterious fighter Ling Ko Feng (Wong Ching Lee), it falls upon Lung Hsia to defend the family honor and prevent the Dragon Boxing Clan's Golden Tablet from falling into Ling Ko Feng's hands! But Ling Ko Feng has a reason for taking on the Lung Hsia's family, and will stop at nothing until he has possession of the Golden Tablet! Featuring a satisfying revenge yarn, tough action seqeuences, and a charismatic turn by the villainous Wong Ching Lee, Dragon's Claws qualifies as another standout kung-fu flick from the prolific Joseph Kuo!
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Mei Ah Basic Interests (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Basic Interests (Hong Kong Version)
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Basic Interests (Hong Kong Version)
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Mei Ah Gigolo Of Chinese Hollywood at 86.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Gigolo Of Chinese Hollywood
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Comedymeister Wong Jing mercilessly skewers the Hong Kong film industry in the satirical comedy Gigolo of Chinese Hollywood! Eric Tsang, Emotion Cheung, Nat Chan, and Gallen Lo play a quartet of Hong Kong film professionals (Loosely based on director Peter Chan, writer Vincent Kok, director Tsui Hark, and comedy superstar Stephen Chow!) who confront the downturn in the Hong Kong film industry with a unique solution: they'll become gigolos! With the cash made from offering their "services", the quartet hopes to fund their new film and hopefully bring back the Hong Kong box office. But when the money dries up, will they be able to make a workable film? Or can they somehow convince a clueless audience that this is "art"? Suki Kwan co-stars in a vicious Shu Qi parody as an actress who can't properly pronounce Cantonese, and Wong Jing targets various sources for his comedy highlights - including the work of internationally-celebrated filmmaker Wong Kar-Wai! Thinly-veiled media parodies and plenty of Hong Kong Cinema in-jokes populate the hilarious and witty Gigolo of Chinese Hollywood!
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Mei Ah Dull-Ice Flower at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Dull-Ice Flower
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Dull-Ice Flower
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Mei Ah Butterfly Lovers (2008) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 74.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Butterfly Lovers (2008) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 74.00
Some stories are timeless, and Butterfly Lovers is one of them. Director Jingle Ma (Fly Me to Polaris) tackles one of the classics with his retelling of this tragic love story, which also served as the basis for the 1963 Shaw Brother's classic The Love Eterne and Tsui Hark's 1994 drama The Lovers. This new version is a clever alternate take on the story of ill-fated lovers Leung Shan Pak and Cheuk Ying Toi, and is given a martial arts spin thanks to the masterful fight choreography of Ching Siu Tung (Hero). Wu Chun of Taiwan boy band Fahrenheit and Charlene Choi of Hong Kong's Twins play the two young lovers, with a host of talent from China, Hong Kong and Taiwan joining them. Actor-singer Hu Ge plays Wu Chun's main romantic rival, with supporting roles filled out by martial artists Hung Yan Yan and Fan Siu Wong, Shaw Brothers legend Ti Lung and Taiwan singer-songwriter Harlem Yu.

Adorable Zhu Yan Gi (Charlene Choi) is female, but her father (Ti Lung) wants her to learn martial arts from the all-male Soul Ease Clan. To ensure her entry into the school, Yan Gi disguises herself as a male scholar, but her slight frame and sometimes ditzy nature make it hard for her to pass the rigorous tests. Luckily, she has an ally in the school's top student, handsome Liang Chun Shan (Wu Chun), who tutors Yan Gi and even nurses her back to health when she takes ill. The two innocently fall in love, but even knowledge of Yan Gi's true identity may not insure their happiness. Yan Gi's childhood friend Ma (Hu Ge) has long carried a torch for her, and is not above using violence and blackmail to insure that she becomes his wife. When Ma's treachery is revealed, Chun Shan has no choice but to use all that he's learned from the Soul Ease Clan to exact justice. But will it be too late to save Yan Gi from a tragic fate?

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Mei Ah I Have No Driving License (Hong Kong Version) at 62.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah I Have No Driving License (Hong Kong Version)
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I Have No Driving License (Hong Kong Version)
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Mei Ah Slim Till Dead (DTS Version) at 97.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Slim Till Dead (DTS Version)
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Hong Kong producer / director / screenplay writer Wong Jing is always good at incorporating the hottest social issues into his films and turning them into box office hits. Though famous for making comedies, this time he switches to writing the scripts for a thriller Slim Till Dead which deals with the slimming trend in Hong Kong. He collaborates with Marco Mak who directs Colour of The Truth to produce this stunning and intriguing murder mystery.

The film stars award-winning actor Anthony Wong Chau Sang, and also Sheren Teng Sui Man who has recently gained her popularity because of the TV drama series War and Beauty. Cherrie Ying plays the role of a beauty consultant and her performance is highly appreciated by Wong Jing.

In Slim Till Dead, film star Ivy disappears right before the "Slimming Queen Contest" and is discovered dead soon after that. Experienced police detective Wong (Anthony Wong) takes over this mysterious case. Two other film stars who have attended the contest also got murdered, when they are starved or carved to weigh exactly 70lbs. With help from his wife (Sheren Teng) who was once a brilliant police detective as well, and also a consultant at a beauty salon (Cherrie Ying), Wong starts to unravel the secret behind the serial killing...

Click here to see some stills from Slim Till Dead: (1), (2), (3), (4)

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Mei Ah Triangular Duel at 86.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Triangular Duel
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Triangular Duel
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Mei Ah 20/30 Dictionary 2 at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah 20/30 Dictionary 2
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At long last Hong Kong has its very own version of Sex and the City!

Episode 2 of this highly erotic new series focuses on lies and why we make use of them. E.g. if a man tells you I Love You the wording of his true meaning would sound much closer to Let's Make Love. The flames of love ignite again for Carr & John, while Nadia stays true to her decent girl image in front of her mother covering all the facts of her bad habits of smoking cigarettes and excessive drinking during her late-night outings

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Mei Ah Whispers And Moans (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 66.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Whispers And Moans (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 66.00
A featured world premiere at the 31st Hong Kong International Film Festival, Whispers and Moans is yet another change-up from versatile director Herman Yau. The director of the cult Category III chiller The Untold Story, Yau brings us a different sort of Category III film this time: an adult-themed social drama about the stark realities behind Hong Kong's prostitution trade. Joining Yau is a strong cast, including Athena Chu (A Chinese Odyssey Part II), Candace Yu (2 Young), and Monie Tung (My Mother is a Belly Dancer), plus singers Patrick Tang, Yan Ng, Mandy Chiang, and Don Li - who defies expectations in a role as a transvestite prostitute saving for a sex change operation. Based on a book of interviews with real-life Hong Kong prostitutes, Whispers and Moans is an unexpected, intelligent, and human portrait of the city and its unique culture.

Coco (Athena Chu) is a veteran mamasan, whose career in the sex trade industry has seen better days. Coco discovers that one of her regular johns is seeing transvestite prostitute Jo (Don Li), and another one (Kenny Wong) is starting to develop an interest in other working girls. Even worse, Coco contracts a venereal disease, and discovers that she may have infected her young daughter. Club girl Nana (Mandy Chiang) receives a marriage proposal from her longtime boyfriend, who unfortunately has no idea what she does for a living. Her sister Aida (Monie Tung) is in even worse straits; having lost her standing at the hostess club due to her drug use, Aida descends to the role of streetwalker. With Mainland prostitutes attracting more customers, and the hostess club in danger of closing down, where can these career working girls find hope? Meanwhile, a social worker (Yan Ng) shows up at the club, proposing a "Sex Workers Union" to restore dignity to the working girl life...

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Mei Ah The 56 Clans In China 16 - Ewenki, Russ, Bonan at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah The 56 Clans In China 16 - Ewenki, Russ, Bonan
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The 56 Clans In China 16 - Ewenki, Russ, Bonan
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Mei Ah Happy Birthday (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 66.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Happy Birthday (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 66.00
Asian entertainment fans probably recognize Rene Liu as an all-round talent - an actress (A World Without Thieves), a singer, and a writer. She plays a young woman who always feels insecure in Happy Birthday, a film based on her own short story, alongside Hong Kong heartthrob Louis Koo who takes on a completely different role after his suave triad character in Election. Directed by Jingle Ma (Tokyo Raider) and written by Sylvia Chang (20 30 40), Happy Birthday portrays an ambivalent relationship between two college friends who refrain from dating despite their deep but repressed love. Their innocence beliefs in love, no matter how distant to most people in reality, remind viewers of the sweetest memories of their youthful days.

Rene Liu successfully delivers the complex role of Mi, who chooses to remain single rather than risking the slightest chance of being dumped. She loves her friend Nan (Louis Koo) more than anyone, yet she asks him to be her best friend instead of boyfriend. For ten years, he wishes her a happy birthday no matter how far they are geographically apart or who they are with. However, this year his greeting arrives 42 hours late...

Produced by Eric Tsang, the film also features his daughter Bowie Tsang as Mi's best friend and Lawrence Chou (AV, Re-Cycle) as Nan's roommate. Ng Yiu Hon shows superb acting as Mi's caring and liberal-minded father, and his son Carl Ng also guest stars in the film. Writers Tang Kit Ming and Mathias Woo have earned solid reputations in writing romantic radio dramas and artistic performances respectively. In the Hong Kong theatrical version of the film, Rene Liu's character is dubbed in Cantonese by actress Amy Kwok, wife of Lau Ching Wan.

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Mei Ah Blast at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Blast
HK$ 55.00
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Mei Ah The 56 Clans in China 11 - Tuzu, Daur, Kirgiz at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah The 56 Clans in China 11 - Tuzu, Daur, Kirgiz
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The 56 Clans in China 11 - Tuzu, Daur, Kirgiz
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Mei Ah Kitchen at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Kitchen
HK$ 55.00
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Mei Ah Oynnsama at 62.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Oynnsama
HK$ 62.00
r Chinese Sub-title
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Mei Ah Die Harder (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Die Harder (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 55.00
Die Harder (Hong Kong Version)
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Mei Ah The Kung Fu Cult Master (DTS Version) at 66.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah The Kung Fu Cult Master (DTS Version)
HK$ 66.00
An all-star cast and amazing martial arts action highlight The Kung Fu Colt Master, a Wong Jing wuxia based on the writings of Louis Cha (AKA Jin Yong). Jet Li stars as Chang Mo Kei, the offspring of a forbidden union between lovers from two martial arts clans. Cursed with the "Jinx Palm", Mo Kei is unable to practice martial arts. But when Mo Kei is ostracized by local bullies, he comes into contact with a mysterious monk, who uses the "Solar Stance" to counter the Jinx Palm, thereby granting Mo Kei untold strength in the martial arts world. Newly powerful, Mo Kei sets out to stop the warring clans, who are actually being manipulated by the government to wipe each other out! Sammo Hung choreographed the fast and frenetic kung-fu that serves as the big ticket in The Kung Fu Colt Master. People fly, whirl about, and exchange blows as righteous justice and martial mayhem get dispensed at mach speed! Director Wong Jing keeps the action and the comedy coming, and the notable cast (including Sharla Cheung, Chingmy Yau, Sammo Hung and Ngai Sing) does their best to keep up with the onscreen action. For unadulterated, over-the-top martial arts action, The Kung Fu Colt Master is tops!
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Mei Ah The Rouge (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah The Rouge (Hong Kong Version)
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The Rouge (Hong Kong Version)
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Mei Ah Kung Fu Mahjong at 97.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Kung Fu Mahjong
HK$ 97.00
Director Wong Jing cleverly blends all popular elements together to make an action comedy Kung Fu Mahjong! The title and the cast - Yuan Qiu and Yuen Wah - of course remind us of Stephen Chow's blockbuster Kung Fu Hustle, and in fact hilarious scenes with Yuan Qiu beating Yuen Wah is no less prevalent in Kung Fu Mahjong. Hot TV actor Roger Kwok brings back his role as a half-wit from the popular TVB drama Square Pegs. Gambling is one of Hong Kong director's favorite themes, and Wong Jing, who has made the famous God of Gamblers films, this time focuses on Hong Kong people's best loved gambling game, Mahjong. Get Kung Fu Mahjong to enjoy 100 minutes of non-stop merriment!

Yuen Wah is a professional gambler who loses more than he wins in gambling. But he finds restaurant waiter Ah Wong (Roger Kwok) his savior, for Ah Wong possesses excellent memory to recall the positions of all 144 mahjong tiles. The biggest obstacle is Ah Wong's boss, Auntie Fei (Yuan Qiu), who seems to hate gambling a lot. But she was indeed once the Queen of Mahjong! Now she feels compelled to reveal her true identity when Ah Wong is beaten up by the number one gambler (played by Wong Jing himself) to become a half-wit...

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Mei Ah The East Is Red (DTS Version) at 97.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah The East Is Red (DTS Version)
HK$ 97.00
The East Is Red (DTS Version)
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Mei Ah Colourful Mind (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 74.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Colourful Mind (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 74.00
In 1989, Golden Horse Award-winning scriptwriter Wu Nien Jen and director Yang Li Guo adapted Chung Chao Cheng's novel into the Taiwan film The Dull-Ice Flower, which proved popular with moviegoers. Fast-forward 20 years. Boosted by the success of a recent television adaptation, the classic tearjerker is given the remake treatment with Chen Kun Hou (Osmanthus Alley) at the helm, who has come out of retirement for this project because he is so moved by its inspirational theme. The veteran filmmaker directs a cast that includes Chen Zhi Kai (Corner with Love), Jade Chou (Bear Hug), and 11-year-old child actor Wu Chun Kai.

Like the original film and novel, the 2009 film tells the poignant story of a misunderstood genius. Ming (Wu Chun Kai) is a poor grade schoolboy gifted in drawing. However, the adults neglect his talent because "drawing is just a pastime for rich people". Only one person sees Ming as what he truly is - the young arts teacher (Chen Zhi Kai) nurtures the child prodigy and encourages him to submit his work to an international competition, and he does. But as soon as the boy gets his due recognition, tragedy strikes....

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Mei Ah Legendary Amazons (2011) (VCD) (Hong kong Version) at 74.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Legendary Amazons (2011) (VCD) (Hong kong Version)
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Cecilia Cheung leads the Legendary Amazons to war in the Jackie Chan-produced costume action epic! It was the first to roll the camera among the Hong Kong actress's comeback projects after her five-year absence from the silver screen. Also returning is director Frankie Chan (A Warrior's Tragedy), who makes this his first film in the new millennium. In his ambitious retelling of the Yang warrior clan's heroic exploits, Cheung takes on the action-intensive lead role of Northern Song-dynasty female general Mu Guiying opposite Taiwan actor/singer Richie Jen as her husband Yang Zongbao. They are flanked by a splendid supporting cast that includes Mainland actress Liu Xiaoqing, action veteran Cheng Pei Pei, as well as Kathy Chow, Chen Zihan, Jin Qiaoqiao, Yu Na, Oshima Yukari, and veteran actor Wu Ma.

During the Northern Song Dynasty, China was often invaded by its powerful neighbor Western Xia. For generations, the loyal warriors of the Yang family dedicated their lives to defending Song's borders. But as the treacherous Prime Minister (Wu Ma) was withholding reinforcements, most male members of the clan had been killed on the battlefield, leaving General Yang Zongbao (Richie Jen) and his vastly outnumbered squad to guard the crucial Heaven Gate Pass. When words come back from the front line declaring the fall of Zongbao, the corrupt imperial court orders Zongbao's young son Wenguang (Xiao Mingyu) to lead the campaign against the ten-times-stronger Western Xia forces. To help Wenguang and protect him on his dangerous mission, the 12 grieving widows of the Yang clan - led by Mu Guiying (Cecilia Cheung), Princess Chai (Liu Xiaoqing), and She Taijun (Cheng Pei Pei) - are determined to arm themselves up and enter the deadly final battle...

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Mei Ah My Sweeties
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New darling of Hong Kong cinema and famed radio DJ Sammy take the lead for the first time in Sweeties! Starring pop group Cookies' members Stephy Tang and Kary Ng, alongside other young beauties Ella Kwun, Lok Kei Yee, Tin Yui Nei! As you can guess from the title, Sweeties is a youthful romance in a snappy and quick changing world where it evolves as quickly as a customer at a hair salon, every couple hopes to spend every day like Valentine's Day.

The debut directorial feature by writer Yip Lim Sum, who previously wrote comedies Super Model, Dragon Loaded 2003 and Man Suddenly In Black. The plot evolves around Sammy's life as a low ranking employee at a hair salon who is in love with a beautiful colleague (Lok Kei Yee). Meanwhile, his childhood friend and constant rival (Stephy) also got a job at the same salon, thus beginning a romantic triangle! Sammy has showed his comedic talent since roles in Truth or Dare and Super Model, and Stephy's refreshing image is now familiar to viewers since Dragon Loaded 2003. This time however Sammy will show his serious side! This film also features cameos from Mirium Yeung, Ronald Cheng and Edmond Leung, among others!

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Mei Ah PR Girls at 86.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah PR Girls
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Writer-director Matt Chow (Itchy Heart) brings his unique touch to the 1998 club girl drama PR Girls! Grace Lam makes a striking debut as Baby, a remorseless prostitute who is determined to make a fortune - even if it's at the cost of her body! Her experiences are in direct contrast to "Mamasan" Julia (Liz Kong), who's grown weary of prostitution, and is looking to marriage as a possible escape from the uncertain and sometimes harrowing PR Girl life. Meanwhile, fellow club girl Kwan (Angela Tong) is deep in debt, and the shy Matilda (Sherming Yiu) is deathly afraid of the male sex organ! Add that to some decidedly wacky customers - and even some unexpected danger - and you have an insightful and entertaining glimpse at a life seldom seen! The girls are charming and sexy, and director Matt Chow brings style and intelligence to his off-color subject matter. PR Girls is a unique and thoroughly Hong Kong take on the world's oldest profession.
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Who's My Father?
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Mei Ah Seishun No Satsujinsha at 62.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Seishun No Satsujinsha
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Hasegawa Kazuhiko has only directed two films in the last thirty years. But in Hasegawa's case, that is enough to put him in the league of Japan's finest filmmakers. Grappling controversial topics and delivering with a terrifying intensity, Hasegawa's films are impossible to forget. His 1979 cult film The Man Who Stole the Sun hit Japanese cinema much like the bomb that its troubled protagonist constructed, while his masterful 1976 debut Seishun no Satsujinsha tells a haunting story of bloody patricide. Adapted from a Nakagami Kenji novel which was itself based on a true story, Seishun no Satsujinsha (a.k.a. Young Murderer) takes the familiar problems of youth apathy, generation conflict, and domestic violence to a shocking conclusion. Hasegawa cuts no corners with the realistic, emotionally brutal scenes of murder, and Mizutani Yutaka and Ichihara Etsuko both give amazing performances.

One morning Jun (Mizutani Yutaka) gets into an angry argument with his father (Uchida Ryohei) over his girlfriend (Harada Mieko) whom his father disapproves of. In a fit of bloody rage, Jun kills his father. He decides to turn himself into the police, but his mother (Ichihara Etsuko) stops him. Eerily calm after the shock, she suggests that they dispose of the body, and then move to another place where no one will know them. When Jun moves the body out of the house, his mother suddenly changes moods again and points a knife at him, as tragedy begets tragedy.

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Mei Ah Superkid (DTS Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 117.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Superkid (DTS Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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A little actor and a little actress will illustrate what Superkid really means!

Cho Jung Eun, the little Jang Geum in the blockbuster Dae Jang Geum, teams up with Daichi Harashima, the talented little boy from Lost in Time, in the new comedy Superkid - a title that best describes the cast. Gordon Lam from Election is little Jang Geum's widowed father, and Kristal Tin (Chapman To's real-life wife) plays the wicked factory owner producing genetically engineered baby food. In this movie revolving around baby food and kids, director Cha Chuen Yee (Once Upon a Time in Triad Society) has proved that a low budget film can be just as entertaining as those grand productions, if not more.

Daichi Harashima plays a kid fed on genetically engineered food produced by a company called "Superkid", thus having far higher IQ than kids of his age while suffering from mania. Fleeing from Superkid Company's laboratory, this highly intelligent boy comes across Sum-tung (Cho Jung Eun, the little Jang Geum), and she helps him to fight against Superkid Company's unscrupulous owner. Sum-tung's widowed father (Gordon Lam) also joins the kids in this operation, and in the course both the father and daughter start to reflect on their relationship with each other...

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Mei Ah Gion Bayashi
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Mei Ah Point Of No Return
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Point Of No Return
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Mei Ah Hysteria (Hong Kong Version)
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Hysteria (Hong Kong Version)
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Mei Ah Mission Possible: Kidnapping Granny K (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 74.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Mission Possible: Kidnapping Granny K (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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Kim Sang Jin, the director of box-office comedy hits like Attack the Gas Station!, Kick the Moon, and Jail Breakers, certainly knows better than any mainstream filmmaker how to craft a perfectly tuned comedy. Stepping in as the main attraction for this belly-clenching flick is Na Moon Hee ( Cruel Winter Blues ) who plays the eccentric, feisty Granny K. The veteran actress is currently riding at the peak of her career as a result of her popular role in highly rated TV sitcom Unhindered Highkick . The three kidnappers played by Kang Sung Jin (Running Wild), Yu Hae Jin (Small Town Rivals), and Yoo Gun (Operation Makeover), somehow end up as pathetic victims of their own kidnappee in this hilarious film.

Three dopey kidnappers scheme to abduct Granny K (Na Moon Hee), a successful businesswoman who owns a soup 'n' rice restaurant chain, and demand a whopping 50 million won ransom. There's Moon Geun Young (Yoo Hae Jin), a dorky lad who got all his money swindled away after cashing out his precious savings for a Uzbekistani marriage expedition. Joining Geun Young in the action is another lad (Kang Sung Jin) in desperate need of money to bail out his pregnant wife from jail and his brother-in-law (Yoo Gun), a twenty-something mindless dude who's never attended school or held a job in his life. But what first seemed like a ticket to dreamland becomes their ultimate nightmare. Granny K, kidnappee from hell, shows these boys who's the real boss around here.

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Mei Ah Feel 100% II (Vol.5) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Feel 100% II (Vol.5)
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After Lok makes a fuss in the office, his boss decides to fire him. Meanwhile, the rest of the familiar cast of friends take turns in taking care of Cherie by providing food and lodging for her. However, while everybody is being considerate of Cherie, Lok leaves home early and comes back drunk in the evening each day. Everybody tries to encourage him to give up this bad life style, but Lok doesn't heed his friends' warnings and even yells at them. After the group is told by Lok's boss that he saw him drunk in the company of dilinquents in Lan Kwai Fong,his friends are shocked and plan a rescue mission
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Mei Ah The Forest Riders (1965) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah The Forest Riders (1965) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Starring matinee idol Jiang Han and actresses Han Ying and Wong Hsiao Yen, the 1965 classic The Forest Riders is one of the few films directed by renowned writer and scholar Shum Kam Chi. As in films like The Girl From Phnom Penh (1963) and The Genius (1966), Shum's works show an affinity for small stories and rural China, creating a distinctive tone and atmosphere that set Shum apart from other contemporary greats like Chang Cheh and Li Han Hsiang.

Su Feng (Han Ying) and Su Hsia (Wong Hsiao Yen) are just typical village girls passing their lives peacefully with their family until one day bandits come storming in. In the subsequent ravage, their father is killed, and Su Hsia is separated from her mother and sister. Su Hsia is rescued by a couple, and begins a life of wandering with them. Su Feng and her mother settle in another town, where her beauty attracts the unwanted attentions of slimy mayor Yen, a former bandit who won't rest until he gets what he wants. Yen comes up with a devious plan to take Su Feng by force, but a masked swordsman comes in at the last minute to save her. This hero it turns out is none other than Su Hsia!

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Mei Ah 20/30 Dictionary 9 at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah 20/30 Dictionary 9
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The week-end is here and is time for another hot episode of the town's most talked about screen series "20/30 Dictionary"!

In the latest installment of the popular show that covers 20 parts Helen has to face the depressing feeling of "Loneliness" after she is unable to ask anyone out for dinner. It's a good thing for her to discover a restaurant that is brimming with interesting characters. However, things seem to hit a low again after she receives a call from Kelly who is also dying for company. Can these 2 lonely sweethearts find a man of their tastes?

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Mei Ah The Shaolin Kids at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah The Shaolin Kids
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From popular martial arts director Joseph Kuo comes The Shaolin Kids, a solid seventies kung-fu picture starring one of the original women warriors, Shang Kuan Ling Feng! During the Ming Dynasty, a high-ranking Imperial official plots to overthrow the Emperor - and his first act is to poison one of the Emperor's most loyal subjects! But that subject happens to be the father of Shang Er (Shang Kuan Ling Feng), who is asked by her dying father to warn the Emperor of the coming storm. Shang Er promises to fulfill her father's wishes, but the path to the Emperor is not an easy one. To get close enough to warn the Emperor, Shang Er must battle through wave after wave of the Emperor's guards. Her mission promises to be a difficult one...luckily she has Carter Huang and some Shaolin disciples backing her up! Brutal kung-fu action and a classic martial arts storyline of revenge and honor is brought to the screen in Joseph Kuo's The Shaolin Kids!
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Mei Ah Come Back To Us, Mother (Hong Kong Version) at 86.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Come Back To Us, Mother (Hong Kong Version)
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Come Back To Us, Mother (Hong Kong Version)
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Mei Ah The Mummy, Aged 19 at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah The Mummy, Aged 19
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Director Wilson Yip revisits the territory of his acclaimed horror-comedy Bio-Zombie in The Mummy, Aged 19, a new horror-comedy starring the popular Hong Kong boy band Shine! Tin Yau (Tsui Tin Yau) is a layabout high-school grad with a sickeningly wholesome family. Determined to spend as much time away from them as possible, he takes a job as a night watchman at a residence full of bizarre and sometimes creepy artifacts. Two of the artifacts are dormant mummies - but not for long! One of them goes free and starts to inhabit Tin Yau's body, leaving it up to pal Nam (Wong Yau Nam) and pretty archaeology student Priscilla (Tiffany Lee) to save him. But when a wacky priest (Wyman Wong) reveals the greatest weapon of all - love - only Tin Yau's family can save him! Tongue-in-cheek comedy and a fun irreverence punctuates The Mummy, Aged 19, a horror-comedy that's slyly sweet, devilishly funny, and all entertaining!
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Mei Ah 20/30 Dictionary 7 at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah 20/30 Dictionary 7
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HK's hottest export series "Dictionary" has enjoyed frenetic responses ever since its spectacular debut on the entertainment market & it's no wonder as its female lead Athena Chu resembles the perfect Eastern version of Marilyn Monroe!

In the 7th serving Helen acts servile towards her wild senior Wilson & Kelly runs into her old paramour Martin. Will the offbeat romances of these 2 passionate couples stand the test of time? See for yourself in "Treadmill"!

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Mei Ah The 56 Clans in China 9 - Lahu, Suizu, Dongxiang at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah The 56 Clans in China 9 - Lahu, Suizu, Dongxiang
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The 56 Clans in China 9 - Lahu, Suizu, Dongxiang
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Mei Ah Dirty Tiger, Crazy Frog at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Dirty Tiger, Crazy Frog
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Mei Ah Rules Of Engagement
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Rules Of Engagement
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Mei Ah Long Good Bye (Remastered Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Long Good Bye (Remastered Version)
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Long Good Bye (Remastered Version)
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Mei Ah Fallen Angels (VCD) (Remastered Edition) (Hong Kong Version) at 59.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Fallen Angels (VCD) (Remastered Edition) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 59.00
In Chungking Express, director Wong Kar Wai delivered a breezy, effervescent look at two cops falling in and out of love amidst Hong Kong's alienating urban cityscape. Fallen Angels takes the styles and themes presented in Chungking Express and pushes them even further, delving deeper into Hong Kong's sleepless nights to find characters who've truly fallen from grace. Leon Lai is a disaffected hitman who enters a relationship of convenience with a heartbroken flirt (Karen Mok), while his emotionally damaged partner (Michelle Reis) pines for him silently. Meanwhile, a mute child-like grifter (Takeshi Kaneshiro), finds one-sided love with a brassy young woman (Charlie Young), who's also suffering from a broken heart. As Hong Kong's neon nights drag on, these five desperate souls crisscross and collide in hilarious, romantic, and completely surprising ways. Featuring gorgeous cinematography from Christopher Doyle, and a hip soundtrack from Frankie Chan and Roel A. Garcia, Fallen Angels is a dark, stylish and undeniably cinematic portrait of Hong Kong that ranks among Wong Kar Wai's most stunning works!
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Mei Ah Juliet In Love
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Francis Ng and Sandra Ng turn in acclaimed performances in Juliet in Love, a slow-burn drama from director Wilson Yip. Jordan (Francis Ng) is a low-level triad who becomes attracted to a restaurant hostess named Judy (Sandra Ng). Both have empty lives; Jordan owes a large sum of money to triad boss On (Simon Yam), while Judy lives in a state of perpetual isolation. A year earlier, she was diagnosed with breast cancer, and had one breast removed. Afterwards her husband left her, and she's retreated into her shell ever since. But Judy and Jordan are each given a chance to fill the void in their lives. When Jordan is ordered to babysit On's son to pay off a part of his debt, he and Judy form a makeshift family with the child. Wilson Yip brings a slow, sensitive pace to this tale of two downtrodden losers who may possess the power to heal one another. Juliet in Love is an uncommon Hong Kong film, and possesses a compelling depth of emotion and character different from Hong Kong's more famed thrill rides.

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Mei Ah Stars & Roses
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Andy Lau and Cherie Chung co-star in Stars and Roses, a prison drama set in Vietnam. Lau (Andy Lau) is a Hong Kong photo-journalist who travels to Vietnam and promptly gets arrested. Afterwards, he befriends Yuen (Cherie Chung), a Vietnamese translator who entreats Lau to find her missing brother. But Lau gets thrown into a prison and sentenced to three years of hard labor, and his hardships begin to multiply. But Lau does manage to find Yuen's brother, and Yuen begins to plot an escape for the men. The fateful time arrives, but their escape is marred with tragedy. Can Yuen and Lau still find the inner strength and innocence to love one another? Taylor Wong (Triads: The Inside Story) directed Stars and Roses, a compelling drama with harrowing, authentic prison sequences, as well as powerful performances from screen favorites Andy Lau and Cherie Chung.
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Mei Ah Astonishing
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Astonishing
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Mei Ah We're Going To Eat You (VCD) (Remastered Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah We're Going To Eat You (VCD) (Remastered Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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We're Going To Eat You (VCD) (Remastered Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Mei Ah Just Another Pandora's Box (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 280.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Just Another Pandora's Box (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Chinese Odyssey and Eagle Shooting Heroes director Jeff Lau is back with the hit comedy Just Another Pandora's Box, an irreverent Scary Movie-style riff on films like Red Cliff, The Promise, Kung Fu Panda, Titanic, and even Lau's own Chinese Odyssey films. A hilarious mix of fantasy, period action, and romance, the film brings together an enormous cast of Hong Kong and Mainland China's biggest stars, including Ronald Cheng, Gigi Leung, Eric Tsang, Stephy Tang, Huang Bo, Sun Li, and many, many more. Just Another Pandora's Box is already one of the most successful Chinese films of 2010, grossing more than 100 million RMB at the Chinese box office.

Qing Ye Se (Ronald Cheng) only knows how to be a thief, but he runs into major trouble when he accidentally steals the heart of Rose (Sun Li), an immortal fairy. During a chaotic chase, Qing gets ahold of the Pandora's Box, sending them both back in time to the Three Kingdoms era. Mistaken as a general, Qing is thrown right into the middle of the Battle of Red Cliff. Meanwhile, Rose continues to devise new ways to earn Qing's affection, even if it means having to be someone else.

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Mei Ah Red Snow (Mei Ah Verion)
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Red Snow (Mei Ah Verion)
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Mei Ah My New Partner (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 74.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah My New Partner (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 74.00
Consummate veteran actor Ahn Sung Ki bids adieu to Park Joong Hoon, his crazy partner from Nowhere to Hide, to pair up with young and handsome heartthrob Jo Han Sun (Now and Forever) in the action comedy thriller My New Partner.

It's Ahn Sung Ki as you've never seen him before! Sporting a boorish outfit and a scruffy hairdo, the veteran actor portrays an aging, freewheeling cop who reunites with his estranged son to take on police corruption. Jo plays the son, a big-time police investigator, who together with his father reluctantly pursues a messy drug-related case - and in the process, rekindles their strained relationship. Featuring one of the most entertaining screen chemistries ever seen in a Korean buddy cop film, My New Partner also casts Jo's real-life brother Jo Han Joon as the young Jo Han Sun. Offering non-stop rollercoaster action and witty, in-your-face dialogue My New Partner is one thrill ride you won't want to miss.

Growing up with an overwhelming disapproval of his cop dad, who liked to accept bribes and fool around with women, Young Joon (Jo Han Sun), becomes an elite internal affairs investigator on a mission to wipe out all police corruption. He comes across a new case that links one of his colleagues to an illegal drug trade, and heads to Pusan to follow up. But when he gets there, he meets his new partner - his own dad, Min Ho (Ahn Sung Ki)! Unfortunately it's a reunion both men have avoided for the past 8 years. Min Ho is beloved by his peers, but his playful, casual manner doesn't sit well with the straitlaced Young Joon. Nonetheless, they're a perfect match: Min Ho's instincts combined with Young Joon's sharp analysis brings the reluctant partners close to nailing the case. But what they uncover is utterly startling!

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Mei Ah Gu Dao Xi Feng
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Mei Ah Mad Detective (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 326.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Mad Detective (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 326.00
If his films are any indication, Johnnie To is perhaps as madly brilliant as the protagonist of his latest work Mad Detective. Teaming up with old partner Wai Ka Fai for the first time since 2003's Running on Karma, To serves up an intriguing police thriller with signature stylings and a heady psychological twist. Also overdue for a reunion is acclaimed actor Lau Ching Wan, in his first Johnnie To film since 2002's My Left Eye Sees Ghost. Fresh off his Best Actor win at the Hong Kong Film Awards last year, Lau Ching Wan oozes effortless, manic charisma in the titular role of the mad detective with special powers. Along with usual suspects Lam Suet, Gordon Lam, and Eddie Cheung, the film features a starring turn from up-and-coming action star Andy On (Invisible Target) and an interesting female cast of Kelly Lin (Triangle), Jay Lau (Gong Tau), Flora Chan (Dry Wood, Fierce Fire), and Jo Koo (The Longest Summer). Another sublime crime film from the master of the genre, Mad Detective confounds, challenges, enthralls, and simply begs for repeated viewings.

Inspector Ho (Andy On) has on his hands a dead case, a series of crimes linked to the gun of a missing cop. Desperate for answers, he turns to retired detective Bun (Lau Ching Wan) for help. Famous for his eccentric, but effective crime-solving methods, Bun was forced to leave the job years ago after he cut off his own ear and presented it as a gift to his boss. He seems to have gotten even madder with time, but Ho knows that only Bun can solve this case. Bun tells Ho that he can see through to one's inner personalities, to the weaknesses and vices that lead people astray. In Bun's eyes, these inner ghosts are living and breathing beings, revealed in their true form. Despite the protests of his wife (Kelly Lin), Bun agrees to take the case and his top suspect is the missing cop's partner (Gordon Lam), a man with seven personalities, walking side by side.

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Mei Ah Splendor
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Splendor
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Mei Ah The China's Next Top Princess (DTS Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 97.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah The China's Next Top Princess (DTS Version) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 97.00
Produced by veteran director and Stephen Chow collaborator Lee Lik Chi (God of Cookery, From Beijing with Love), The China's Next Top Princess is a light and entertaining version of the TVB drama War and Beauty. Sisters Race Wong and Rosanne Wong of girl group 2R star as a pair of young girls vying for the attentions of the young Emperor (Edwin Siu). Pearl (Race Wong) and Yuen-Yang (Rosanne Wong) arrive at the palace from the same village in order to join a competition where one girl will be made Empress, while the others will be relegated to handmaiden status. The two initially plan on being steadfast allies, but the other girls (including Viann Leung, Isabel Chan, and Renee Tai) are not above petty fighting or even deception in order to become the Emperor's new wife. As the field of girls is further narrowed, the temptation to turn on each other grows. Will their bond of friendship be broken by greed and desire? Possessing fine costumes, involving twists and turns, and a pair of contrasting performances - one angelic and one devilish - from sisters Race and Rosanne Wong, The China's Next Top Princess is a popstar-fueled comedy-drama filled with pretty girls and tempting palace intrigue.
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Mei Ah Crows Zero II (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 51.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Crows Zero II (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 51.00
Miike Takashi hit box office gold in 2007 with the high school brawler Crows Zero based on Takahashi Hiroshi's best-selling manga. Picking up the story right after the first film, the highly anticipated blockbuster sequel Crows Zero II throws audiences right back into the hyper-stylized world of high school gang violence. Oguri Shun returns as Takaya Genji, whom we last saw fighting his way up the pecking order of gang-infested Suzuran High in hopes of uniting the school under his rule. His chief rival in the first film, Yamada Takayuki, is back, as well as Takaoka Sosuke, Kiritani Kenta, Daito Shunsuke, Yabe Kyosuke, Kamiji Yusuke, Flame's Izaki Yusuke and Izaki Hisato, and sometimes flame Kuroki Meisa. Some new delinquents have been added to the fighting fray including Miura Haruma (Gokusen), Abe Shinnosuke (The Sword of Alexander), and Kaneko Nobuaki (Be-Bop High School).

Genji (Oguri Shun) is the new king of Suzuran High after beating Serizawa (Yamada Takayuki), but the school is more fragmented than ever. Suzuran's old rivalry with Hosen Academy flares up again when a former Suzuran student (Abe Shinnosuke) who knifed a Hosen student to death two years ago is released from jail. Hosen's leader Taiga (Kaneko Nobuaki) sends out the boys to get revenge, and Genji unknowingly throws the first punch, breaking the tenuous ceasefire between the two schools. It's all-out gang war all over again, but Genji's fighting on two fronts trying to unite a divided Suzuran against Hosen.

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Mei Ah Red Cliff (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 311.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Red Cliff (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 311.00
Legendary director John Woo (A Better Tomorrow, The Killer) returns to Asia after fifteen years in Hollywood with Red Cliff, his adaptation of the Chinese classic, The Romance of the Three Kingdoms. Woo's epic is much more faithful and grand than the recent Three Kingdoms: Resurrection of the Dragon, but the director still puts his own personal stamp on the material, concentrating on his human heroes, their personal relationships, and above all the brotherhood they forge in the heat of battle. The first of two films chronicling the legendary battle, Red Cliff is without doubt the Chinese film event of the year.

Re-teaming with Woo for the first time since 1992's Hard Boiled is Tony Leung Chiu Wai, fresh from his Golden Horse Award-winning turn in Lust, Caution. Leung plays the role of strategist Zhou Yu, and stepped in to help old friend John Woo when original lead Chow Yun Fat vacated the leading role. Rounding out the all-star cast are Kaneshiro Takeshi (The Warlords), Chang Chen (The Go Master), Zhang Feng Yi (The Emperor and the Assassin), Vicki Zhao (Shaolin Soccer), Hu Jun (Infernal Affairs 2), Japanese actor Nakamura Shidou (Fearless), and in her debut performance, Taiwanese model Lin Chi Ling.

208 A.D., The Battle of Chang Ban. Liu Bei (You Yong) and his followers narrowly escape the armies of Prime Minister Cao Cao (Zhang Feng Yi), but Cao Cao's lust for power continues to grow. Fearing that Liu Bei and the Kingdom of Shu cannot oppose Cao Cao, strategist Zhuge Liang (Kaneshiro Takeshi) proposes an alliance with the Kingdom of Wu. However, Wu ruler Sun Quan (Chang Chen) is uncertain on challenging Cao Cao. Zhuge Liang instead looks to persuade Sun Quan's chief strategist Zhou Yu (Tony Leung Chiu Wai), and discovers in Zhou a kindred spirit versed in the arts as well as battle. The two men form an instant bond, and decide to battle Cao Cao at the water port of Red Cliff. Their alliance comes not a moment too soon, as Cao Cao approaches with an army that vastly outnumbers the combined Wu and Shu forces. But Zhuge Liang has a plan - one that will hopefully enable the smaller force to emerge victorious.

This release comes with interview, trailer, press conference, and other bonus features.

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Mei Ah Flying Dagger at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Flying Dagger
HK$ 55.00
Comedy filmmaking maestros Wong Jing and Chiu Yen Ping team-up for Flying Dagger, an over-the-top, all-star, comedy-swordplay extravaganza! Tony Leung Ka Fai and Jimmy Lin are the Big and Little Dagger team, a pair of bounty hunters on the trail of Nine Fox Tails (Jacky Cheung), a rascally bad guy who's supposedly among the worst around. In reality, Nine Fox Tails is a randy scoundrel who's more prone to chasing ladies than perpetrating evil, and he's paired with Flying Cat (Maggie Cheung), his sexy but silly wife, who looks like a woman but acts like a cat. Competing with Big and Little Dagger are Big and Little Bewitchment (Sharla Cheung Man and Gloria Yip), two equally deadly bounty hunters who are miles cuter than their rivals. Cat-scratching, aphrodisiac-flinging fun ensues, with lots of slapstick comedy and flying kung-fu action thrown in to entertain the masses. Veteran action director Ching Siu Tung handles the fight choreography, but it's the Hong Kong megastars ?and their supremely silly performances ?that make Flying Dagger an off-color, offbeat, oddball delight!

This version provides Chinese & English Sub-titles.

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Mei Ah Dancing Lion (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 66.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Dancing Lion (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 66.00
While Francis Ng is by now well recognized as a top actor, shining in films like Johnnie To's The Mission and Exiled, his directorial talent is still developing. After turning in films like 9413 and What Is A Good Teacher, he now co-directs with Marco Mak (Wo Hu, Color of the Truth) for Dancing Lion, a comedy filled with satirical references to Hong Kong's current affairs. The film sees how a wacky office manager (Francis Ng) tides through a layoff crisis - a threatening experience shared by many Hong Kong people in the beginning of the new millennium - with support from his family members, portrayed by Anthony Wong, Teresa Mo, and Gia Lin.

Francis Ng is Gai, nominally a manager and practically a slacker in office. He often hangs out with his colleague Gau (Lam Chi Chung, Kung Fu Hustle), who is just as redundant in the company. When the two buddies lose their jobs, they take up lion dancing under the guidance of Gai's grand uncle (Anthony Wong). With some clever marketing, they unexpectedly set off a lion dancing craze in Hong Kong.

The film demonstrates some breathtaking lion-dancing performances, offering as much amusement as the satires that articulate Hong Kong's changes in the new millennium. Francis Ng also invited comedian Ronald Cheng, DJ Sammy, singer Yan Ng, Rosanne Wong from 2R, and Chin Ka Lok among others to guest star in the movie, promising more fun for Hong Kong movie fans.

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Mei Ah Feel 100% Vol.1 at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Feel 100% Vol.1
HK$ 55.00
Following the astounding success of several films "Feel 100%," this time various Canton pop idols are back with a brand-new 11 series of this long-lasting love comedy.

Adapted from popular Japanese comics, Jerry (Daniel Chan) and Hui Kok (Alex Fong) started dating the pretty sales girl Cherie (Niki Chow) after meeting her at a comic store. So who is going to win Cherie's heart? Grasp the Vol.1 of "Feel 100%"!

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Mei Ah Apache - Army
HK$ 55.00
Apache - Army
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Mei Ah Once In A Summer (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 74.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Once In A Summer (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 74.00
First love comes and goes as fleetingly as summer, but the memories stay forever...

Lee Byung Hun (A Bittersweet Life) and Soo Ae (Love Letter) star in this moving romance about ten days of love that spans thirty years of time. The sophomore film from No Manners director Jo Geun Sik, Once in a Summer jumps back and forth from the present day to that fateful summer thirty years ago when the leads first meet. In 1969, Korea was in the midst of great economic changes and political turbulence under the Park Chung Hee regime; set against such chaotic times, the film brings out remarkably simple and genuine sentiments with a heartwarming, yet heartbreaking love story. Jo's lens beautifully captures the contrast between present and past, pastoral countryside and urban Seoul, and Lee Byung Hun convincingly portrays his character both in reckless youth and wizened age.

In the summer of 1969, university student Yoon Suk Young (Lee Byung Hun) goes to the countryside through a volunteer program. Coming from a wealthy but strict family, the laid-back youth revels in the simplicity of rural life, especially when he meets local librarian Jung In (Soo Ae). Suk Young immediately falls in love with the charming Jung In, and in ten days of acquaintance, they form a lifetime of memories. Jung In's cheerful front, however, hides a bitter story; her parents defected to North Korea when she was younger, and she continues to live in the shadow of her parents' actions. When Jung In travels to Seoul with Suk Young, the couple get swept up and torn apart by the political tensions of the time.

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Mei Ah End Of The Road at 86.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah End Of The Road
HK$ 86.00
From normal comedy director Chu Yen Ping comes End of the Road, a harrowing and deadly serious war drama. Set during the Chinese occupation of Burma, the film details the trials of various Chinese stuck in a lawless, morally compromised world at war. Award-winning actor Tony Leung Chiu Wai is a rogue officer who goes turncoat to work for a drug cartel run by Ray Lui Leung Wai. Normal comedy actor Richard Ng Man Tat turns in a dramatic performance as a veteran who finds romance with Rosamund Kwan, a woman whose past may hold deadly secrets. Co-starring Taiwanese popstar Jimmy Lin, End of the Road is a movie that portrays no glory in war, only an abundance of blood and the loss of any real humanity. Director Chu Yen Ping pulls no punches, giving End of the Road brutal violence and rare dramatic weight that's unexpected for a star-packed Hong Kong film.

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Mei Ah China's 50th National Day Parade
HK$ 86.00
China's 50th National Day Parade
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Mei Ah The IMP
HK$ 55.00
The IMP
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Mei Ah Prague Romance (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Prague Romance (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 55.00
Prague Romance (Hong Kong Version)
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Mei Ah Lives in Flames (2012) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 74.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Lives in Flames (2012) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 74.00
Starring popular rock band Mr., Lives in Flames is the first major Hong Kong band movie since Beyond's Diary in 1991. Music video director Jacky Lee has made an inspirational musical drama of youth dreams, friendship, and romance in his feature film debut, which also offers a realistic depiction of the city's band scene, centering on the rise of a fledgling band and the struggles it has gone through. Besides the five members of Mr., the film also features up-and-coming singer Mag Lam, Girl$'s Michelle Wai and Bonnie Xian, model/actress Jeana Ho (Lan Kwai Fong), veteran George Lam's son Alex Lam, and special appearances of singers Alan Tam, Prudence Liew, Candy Lo, Linda Wong, and numerous local indie bands.

For the fifth time in two years, Alan (Mr.'s vocalist Alan Po) is fired from his job over some trivial disagreements with his boss. His father has wanted him to succeed the family-run drugstore, but the rebellious son refuses to follow a path others set for him. The problem is, he doesn't seem to have enthusiasm in anything he does, nor does he know what exactly he wants to do. But as soon as Alan is reunited with his high school bandmate Dash (Mr.'s bassist Desmond Tam), the fire of rock simmering in the depths of his soul sparks right into life all over again!

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Mei Ah Marriage With A Fool (Hong Kong Version) at 97.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Marriage With A Fool (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 97.00
Who got married with a fool? Swimmer-turned-singer Alex Fong and Stephy Tang from girl group Cookies may have an opinion on this in the film Marriage With A Fool. Duets by these two aspiring young stars have all become hits in Hong Kong's karaoke, where a lot of scenes in the film take place. Stephy Tang plays karaoke staff Bobo, and she teams up with her rumored boyfriend Alex Fong, who acts as Bobo's newly wedded husband in the film. Director Yip Lim Sum, creator of My Sweetie and also an experienced scriptwriter, examines the difficulties and dilemmas in marriage and love from a brand new angle. The film deals with marriage in the most realistic and convincing manner, striking a chord of resonance in young couples and offering them new insights on husband-wife relationship.

The movie starts with Wah (Alex Fong) and Bobo's (Stephy Tang) wedding - the happy ending of a lot of movies but the beginning of all the troubles in Marriage With A Fool. Wah runs a pet shop with his friends during the day, while Bobo works in a Karaoke Box at night. They actually have very little time for each other. Meanwhile, Wah comes across his high-school mathematics tutor Josephine (Pace Wu), and his memory of his fondness for her comes back...

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Mei Ah Skinny Tiger & Fatty Dragon (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Skinny Tiger & Fatty Dragon (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 55.00
The odd couple of Sammo Hung (Pedicab Driver) and Karl Maka (Aces Go Places) team up in Skinny Tiger and Fatty Dragon, a buddy cop action-comedy directed by Lau Ka Wing. Sammo Hung and Karl Maka play two mismatched partners on the trail of a drug kingpin. But when the overzealous police action of the pair upsets their chief, they're sent packing on a forced vacation. The two manage to find relaxation and new purpose as a result of their time off, but they're not out of action for long! Their return to the force comes with an attempt on their lives, which leads the pair to take action against the bad guys with all the righteous fury and hilarious hijinks that the Skinny Tiger and Fatty Dragon can muster! The winning chemistry between Sammo Hung and Karl Maka highlights Skinny Tiger and Fatty Dragon, an entertaining action-comedy that features all the surprising action sequences that one would expect from a film starring Sammo Hung!
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Mei Ah Crazy Six
HK$ 55.00
Chinese Sub-titles
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Mei Ah Love's Labour's Lost
HK$ 55.00
Love's Labour's Lost
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Mei Ah Hero Of City
HK$ 86.00
Hero of City is about a group of strangers with no names, gang up in robbery. The group clashes with the police when they attempt to rob a gold jewelry store, which leads to the death of a couple of gang members. The group believes that there's a traitor among themselves...
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Mei Ah True Women For Sale (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 74.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah True Women For Sale (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 74.00
True Women For Sale (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Mei Ah Astonishing
HK$ 86.00
Astonishing
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Mei Ah Lan Kwai Fong (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 74.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Lan Kwai Fong (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 74.00
Known for its pubs and clubs frequented by Hong Kong locals, expats, and tourists alike, Lan Kwai Fong gets its own tribute in this star-studded, sexually charged romantic drama. Touted as the Twenty Something for this generation, the topical movie presents a realistic picture of the people seeking love, pleasure, and perhaps something more in the famous hub of Hong Kong nightlife. Former TVB variety producer Wilson Chin (Summer Love), a steadfast proponent of the old adage "sex sells", has put his leverage and connections to good use, lining up an array of attractive actors, singers, and models for his second film in the director's chair. The ensemble cast of Lan Kwai Fong features heartthrob Z.O. Chen Zhi Ming (Marriage with a Liar) and pop starlet Shiga Lin, as well as Jason Chan, Miki Yeung, Stephanie Cheng, DaDa Chan, Jeana Ho, Bonnie Xian, Emme Wong, Gregory Wong, Jun Kung, and Pal Sinn. Adding numerous other star cameos, the distinctively Hong Kong production was a surprise hit at the box office.

At the bar owned by Grandpa (Pal Sinn) in Lan Kwai Fong, avowed playboy Steven (Z.O.) meets air stewardess Jennifer (Shiga Lin) and enjoys a night of passion with her. The casual fling has surprisingly left him a lingering feeling of true love afterwards, but some misunderstandings prevent the budding relationship from blossoming. Months later Steven, still indulging in his debauched lifestyle, finds to his dismay that the girl he hasn't forgotten has become the fianc e of his boss (Jun Kung). In the meantime, the bar's manager Jacky (Jason Chan) struggles to choose between party queen Jeana (Jeana Ho) and his pregnant ex-girlfriend (Bonnie Xian), while mild-mannered lawyer Sean (Gregory Wong) falls for the promiscuous Cat (DaDa Chan)...

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Mei Ah Feel 100% II (Vol.4) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Feel 100% II (Vol.4)
HK$ 55.00
Feel 100% II (Vol.4)
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Mei Ah Feel 100% II (Vol.3) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Mei Ah Feel 100% II (Vol.3)
HK$ 55.00
"Feel 100%" returns with the familiar cast of Fong Fong (Rain Lee), Jerry (Daniel Chan) and Hui Lok (Alex Fong) and offers even more fun in the nine-episode second series! In the second episode, Fong loses part of her memory after a car accident, and Jerry decides to take Fong to snowing Beijing...

In the third episode, Cheung (Ronald Cheng) take his just-reunited brother to see his dying father. Suddenly, his crazy father said the nine-girl-group Cookies were all his daughters. Therefore Cheung brother starts their funny journey to persuade Cookies to visit his father in the hospital...

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For HK$ 39.00 - HK$ 326.00, you can get yourself a brand new Mei Ah Hobbies on iprice! You can choose between two different types of Mei Ah Hobbies, namely a Movies and Books. Mei Ah Hobbies today are sold in either White, Silver and Red. They Came To Rob Hong Kong, Embrace Your Shadow (Hong Kong Version) and Treasure Hunt (DTS Version), are two most popular Mei Ah Hobbies from the brand. Cospa, Bandai and Panorama are some of the many alternatives you can get if you're not sure about buying Mei Ah Hobbies.

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