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Panorama Decadencia (2014) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 74.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Decadencia (2014) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Exploding Sun (2013) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Exploding Sun (2013) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Lost in Wrestling (2014) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 74.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Lost in Wrestling (2014) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Directed by Casey Chan (I Love You, Mom), the oddball sports drama Lost in Wrestling strikes a winning formula with its eclectic cast, strange yet earnest story and kitschy, throwback vibe. Mongolian wrestler Naren (Zhao Ke, Love in Time) heads to Osaka to participate in a tournament and to look for her childhood friend Chinasi who disappeared to Japan years ago. In Japan, she meets Japanese wrestler Kazuko (Watanabe Naoko, Nude) and Hong Kong girl Riri (Li Fei'er, Chongqing Blues), who ran away from home. She also encounters Chinasi, now a reflexologist going by the name Ruonan (William Chan, Triad) who has no intentions of returning to Mongolia. At the behest of the tournament's mysteriously manic masked host "Boss," Naren, Kazuko and Riri form a wrestling team, but then the competition suddenly gets changed to mud wrestling.
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Panorama Trespass (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Trespass (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Leaving Las Vegas (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 190.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Leaving Las Vegas (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Lazy Hazy Crazy (2015) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 78.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Lazy Hazy Crazy (2015) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 78.00
Arguably Hong Kong's smartest and wittiest filmmaker Pang Ho Cheung (Vulgaria, Aberdeen) produces Lazy Hazy Crazy, the directorial debut of his frequent screenwriter Jody Luk. This ribald comedy-drama is a playful, salacious and incredibly naughty coming-of-age story about three disaffected high school friends who find growth and change through sexual exploration. Uncommon to current Hong Kong film, the young actresses all turn in daring performances featuring frank language and nudity. Director Luk based the screenplay on interviews with actual Hong Kong girls though names have obviously been changed to protect the not-so-innocent.

Alice (Fish Liew, Doomsday Party) uses WeChat to source paid dates, but her clients sometimes request deviant sexual behavior as part of her services. Meanwhile, Alice helps Chloe (Koyi Mak) set up her own dating profile but while the two become closer friends, Alice may be developing more than platonic feelings for Chloe. Watching both is the virgin Tracy (Ashina Kwok), who grows jealous of her friends' growing bond. Wishing to become sexually active, she has Alice introduce her to club girl work, where she becomes the exclusive date of the charming and rich Raymond (Gregory Wong, Lan Kwai Fong). But despite her steps into the adult world, Tracy's true love is a high school boy, Andrew (Tse Sit Chun).
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Panorama Blow at 86.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Blow
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Panorama Feast (Hong Kong Version) at 86.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Feast (Hong Kong Version)
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Feast (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama The End Of The Tour (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 202.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama The End Of The Tour (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Election 2 (2006) (Blu-ray) (Single Disc Edition) (Hong Kong Version) at 256.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Election 2 (2006) (Blu-ray) (Single Disc Edition) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 256.00
Johnnie To's Election was a major box-office success and a multiple winner at the Hong Kong Film Awards. The momentum carries on in Election 2, an effective sequel to the original film, which expands upon the plot and, more importantly, the themes of the original. Like Election, Election 2 centers on a power struggle between two triad leaders. Simon Yam reprises his role as Lok, the ambitious Wo Sing chairperson in Election. In the sequel he seeks a second term of office, a feat never before attempted in the gang. His opponent, instead of coming from his peers like in Election, is the rising young triad leader Jimmy, played by Louis Koo. The astounding storytelling and visually powerful sequences expose the darker side of human nature during their power struggle, in a style that no one can do better than HK's genre film master Johnnie To.

It has been two years since Lok (Simon Yam) quite literally beat Big D to head the Wo Sing triad, and now is the time for another round of elections. The two-year term cannot satisfy Lok's greed for power, and he attempts to violate the gang's rules and seek a second term. Nick Cheung and Gordon Lam return as the Wo Sing members who have also shown interest in the chairman's seat, while Lam Suet and Eddie Cheung are triads who seem content with what they have. Jimmy (Louis Koo), the up-and-coming triad entrepreneur is too involved in his pirate VCD business to run for office. But the influential Uncles, led by Deng (Wong Tin Lam), want to groom him, and Jimmy soon finds out that chairman status is essential for expanding his business on the Mainland.

In Election 2, Johnnie To has made his political references even more explicit than in the first film. Those who have stayed in touch with Hong Kong's political news will find much amusement in the film's denouement. But even those who have not will find much to delight them in To's sharp and witty observations on Hong Kong's election system.

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Panorama Killing Them Softly (2012) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Killing Them Softly (2012) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama A Century of Japanese Cinema:Street of Love and Hope (Hong Kong Version) at 86.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama A Century of Japanese Cinema:Street of Love and Hope (Hong Kong Version)
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A Century of Japanese Cinema:Street of Love and Hope (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Overnight Delivery (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 70.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Overnight Delivery (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Nebraska (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 206.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Nebraska (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 206.00
Nebraska (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Angel Heart at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Angel Heart
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Panorama The Paperboy (2012) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 78.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama The Paperboy (2012) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Sing Street (2016) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 74.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Sing Street (2016) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Sing Street (2016) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Overheard Trilogy (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 505.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Overheard Trilogy (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 505.00
Written and directed by Alan Mak and Felix Chong, the Overheard series has tackled three very different stories of crime and punishment in the Hong Kong commerce world. Now, you can own the blockbuster trilogy - starring Lau Ching Wan, Louis Koo and Daniel Wu - with this special box set!

Overheard (2009)
Cops Johnny (Lau Ching Wan), Gene (Louis Koo), and Max (Daniel Wu) are part of a special task force investigating a business firm that engages in financial crimes. While monitoring slimy executive Low (Waise Lee), Gene overhears an illegal stock tip. Street-smart Gene is married with kids, one of whom is battling cancer, and he himself has just been diagnosed with a terminal illness; he desperately wants to leave money behind for his family. Clean-cut Max is soon marrying into an overbearing rich family, and wants to prove himself financially. The two decide to make a gamble, and throw their life savings into the stock. Johnny who's harboring some secrets of his own - he's seeing the estranged wife (Zhang Jingchu) of his superior (Alex Fong) - covers for them. For these three cops who have always played it straight, all it takes is one wrong step to send them into a vicious crime spiral of no return.

Overheard 2 (2011)
Manson (Lau Ching Wan) is a successful stockbroker with powerful, secretive employers. After an automobile accident, Manson discovers that someone has wiretapped into his entire life. An investigation by righteous police officer Jack (Louis Koo) reveals that the man behind this complex surveillance system is Joe (Daniel Wu), an ex-soldier with a dark past. At the same time, Jack also discovers the existence of the Landlords' Club, a group of experienced stock fixers with enormous power over the stock market. What does Joe want with the Landlords' Club, and how is he connected to it?

Overheard 3 (2014)
In the 1970s, the Hong Kong government enacted a policy that granted each male heir of New Territories villagers the privilege to build a house without paying any dues to the government. Since then, those grants have become a commodity that village leaders can profit from. Luk (Kenneth Tsang) is one of those leaders. However, the Luk family's NT Land Group shocks the village when it decides to go public thanks to an ambitious residential high-rise project made possible with the grants it bought up and the help of a businessman from Mainland China (Huang Lei). Bitter over not receiving a share of the new company, the Luk Brothers (Lau Ching Wan, Gordon Lam, Alex Fong, Lam Ka Wah) set a plan in motion to grab the company shares they should've gotten. Meanwhile, Jau (Louis Koo), one of the Luk Brothers, has been released from prison after serving five years for committing a murder that paved the way for the high-rise project. On the surface, he appears to be rejoining the Luk Brothers, but he's secretly working with technology expert Joe (Daniel Wu) to spy on the four men for someone

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Panorama Mutant Chronicles (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 287.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Mutant Chronicles (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Mutant Chronicles (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Jewel In The Palace Cooking Recipe (1) at 86.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Jewel In The Palace Cooking Recipe (1)
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Panorama The World Sinks Except Japan (Hong Kong Version) at 86.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama The World Sinks Except Japan (Hong Kong Version)
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2006 saw the high-profile release of Higuchi Shinji's blockbuster disaster film Sinking of Japan based on renowned sci-fi author Sakyo Komatsu's bestselling novel. But many film fans were more excited about Kawasaki Minoru's spoof film The World Sinks Except Japan based on renowned sci-fi satirist Tsutsui Yasutaka's short novel. Positing the exact opposite scenario as Sinking of Japan, the film presents a world in which only Japan is above water, and what a world it is! Japanese is the lingua franca, foreign women are employed as maids, homeless refugees are used as Godzilla film extras, and Hollywood stars are reduced to disreputable jobs. Outlandishly surreal (or is it?) and completely politically incorrect, The World Sinks Except Japan is chock-full of tongue-in-cheek humor and outrageous satire. Nothing is sacred in this mind-bogglingly uproarious film starring Kohashi Kenji (Azumi), Kashiwabara Shuuji (Who's Camus Anyway), and Matsuo Masatoshi (Mizuchi).

The creative duo of director Kawasaki Minoru and writer Migita Masakazu have found something of a cult following in the last few years with their hilariously inventive films. Their 2004 film Calamari Wrestler was a low-budget inspirational sports film in which the wrestlers just so happen to be giant walking seafood. In 2005, they created Executive Koala, a psychodrama about an ordinary salaryman who gets implicated in a murder case; said salaryman also just so happens to be a man-sized koala. This time, Kawasaki leaves the animal suits behind for straight-out insanity in the human world, pulling no stops to offend and amuse, all in the spirit of laughter of course.

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Panorama Quartet (2012) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Quartet (2012) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 55.00
Quartet (2012) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Tokyo Gore Police (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 62.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Tokyo Gore Police (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 62.00
From the people who gave you The Machine Girl comes the even crazier Tokyo Gore Police! The makeup and special effects guru behind The Machine Girl, Exte, and Meatball Machine, director Nishimura Yoshihiro remakes his own award-winning 1995 indie short Anatomia Extinction into a gleeful splatter galore bound for cult classic status. Spilling buckets of blood and then some more, Tokyo Gore Police has all the gore, exploitation, action, and sickly inventive use of body parts you could possibly ask for. Shiina Eihi from Audition stands tall and beautiful in the midst of the sadistic mayhem as the vengeful monster slayer in a very short skirt. Living up to its billing with eye-popping gore, comically over-the-top perversions, and thoroughly entertaining madness, Tokyo Gore Police is a must-watch for fans of gore and extreme cinema.

Sexy katakana-wielding cop Ruka (Shiina Eihi) is part of a special paramilitary squad that maintains order in the tough streets of futuristic Tokyo by squashing violence with ultraviolence and merciless executions. Her latest mission is to hunt down a mad scientist known as the Key Man who has developed a virus that mutates humans into hideous killing machines. These monstrous man-creatures might be able to sprout wacky weapons from their wounds, but they're no match for Ruka who's been on a vengeful bent ever since her father was murdered. The case turns bloody personal when Ruka discovers that Key Man may be linked to her father's death.

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Panorama Philomena (2013) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Philomena (2013) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Philomena (2013) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Snowpiercer (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 125.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Snowpiercer (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 125.00
Based on the French comic Le Transperceneige, acclaimed Korean director Bong Joon Ho's first English-language film Snowpiercer is set in the year 2031 on an Earth engulfed in a second ice age. The only remaining survivors live on the perpetually moving train Snowpiercer, which has developed a cruel, class-stratified system of its own, leading to the poor passengers in the back of the train to plan a revolt. Chris Evans, Ed Harris, Tilda Swinton, Jamie Bell, John Hurt and The Host's Song Kang Ho and Ko Ah Sung star in this spectacular sci-fi blockbuster that thrills with stunning visuals, brutal action and a dystopian vision of the future.

On Snowpiercer, passengers in first class live in comfort and luxury, while those in the back wallow in hunger, poverty and fear under the iron thumb of Mason (Tilda Swinton), the train's steely second-in-command. Led by Curtis (Chris Evans), a group of insurgents from the back risk it all to push to the front and seize control of the Engine. A different world with different dangers awaits them in every compartment, and at the end is the train's mysterious creator Wilford and the many secrets he holds.

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Panorama Ilo Ilo (2013) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Ilo Ilo (2013) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 55.00
Having won numerous international accolades including the Camera d'Or prize at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival and Best Film at the 50th Golden Horse Awards, Singaporean director Anthony Chen's debut feature Ilo Ilo is a complex, bittersweet and empathetic family drama set against the backdrop of the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis. Centered on the relationship between a Filipino maid and her employer's young child, the film's depiction of their interaction in a dynamic and uncertain environment comes across as a realistic portrayal of modern family relationships, especially since the story is inspired by Chen's personal experience. Brimming with the warmth and tensions of daily life, the film is a brilliant observation of parent-child relationships in Asian households and the strengths and challenges of family values in the face of adversity.

Ten-year-old schoolboy Lim Jiale (Koh Jia Ler) is a rebellious child with a pregnant working mother Hwee Leng (Yeo Yann Yann) and a father Keng Teck (Chen Tian Wen) who has just lost his job. Fed up with their son's bullying behavior and undergoing enormous pressure in the financial recession, they hire dutiful domestic worker Teresa (Angeli Bayani) who soon becomes an integral part of the family despite their initial unhappy events.

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Panorama Get the Gringo (2012) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Get the Gringo (2012) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Get the Gringo (2012) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Rust and Bone (2012) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Rust and Bone (2012) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Rust and Bone (2012) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Team of Miracle: We Will Rock You (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 140.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Team of Miracle: We Will Rock You (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 140.00
Based on the true story of Hong Kong's homeless soccer team, the 2009 Christian sports film Team Of Miracle: We Will Rock You follows the moving journey of a motley group of homeless souls and zealous social workers, and their bid to participate in the Homeless World Cup. A heartwarming tale from the makers of The Miracle Box, the film stars singer Eric Suen and popular TVB actress Gigi Lai in her final movie, along with a supporting cast full of familiar faces like Mainland star Max Zhang, Wong Yau Nam (Ip Man), TV actor Kenny Wong (Gong Tau), Tats Lau, Donald Tang of I Love You Boyz, and veterans Yuen Wah and Hui Siu Hung. Helmed by The Miracle Box director Adrian Kwan, Team Of Miracle: We Will Rock You is a sincere and affecting feature with an inspiring message that reaches out to audiences of all ages and faiths.

"Lantern Street" is a place for the forgotten. As night falls, street lights shine on a homeless population that call the sidewalks home. But they're not forgotten by everyone. Inspired at a young age by a priest (Yuen Wah), enthusiastic social worker Tung (Eric Suen) has dedicated his life to helping the homeless. To raise the spirits of his charges, he decides to organize a soccer team for the homeless. Can this ragtag team of society's forgotten make it to the first ever Homeless World Cup?

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Panorama Starlet (2012) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 78.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Starlet (2012) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Starlet (2012) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Yatterman (2009) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 62.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Yatterman (2009) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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In times of peril, at least we still have Yatterman!

Classic seventies anime series Yatterman flies to the silver screen in 2009 in a brilliant crime-fighting explosion of candy-colored camp, over-the-top adventure, and pure popcorn entertainment. A fan of the original series, maverick director Miike Takashi stays true to the Yatterman spirit, turning the movie into a larger-than-life live-action spectacle complete with giant robot dog, gratuitous superhero posturing, and barrels of gags and sexual innuendo. Sakurai Sho from popular boy band Arashi and Fukuda Saki from Ghost Friend don jumpsuits as the eponymous superhero duo that concoct robots by day and battle evil by night. Fukada Kyoko (Kamikaze Girls), looking stunning in her character's trademark leather body suit, joins the manic fun as the leader of the film's bumbling trio of villains. Winking to the audience from beginning to end, Yatterman throws pop idols, special effects, musical numbers, kendama duels, cartoon goofs, and robots of all persuasions into one giant whirlpool of straight-faced silliness that's bound to leave a grin on your face.

Gan-chan (Sakurai Sho) and his girlfriend Ai-chan (Fukuda Saki) are just normal teens who like to tinker away at robotic inventions - that is, when they're not out keeping the world safe from evil! Along with their do-all robotic sidekicks, the inseparable duo moonlight as the crime-fighting team Yatterman, waging battle against perennial nemesis, the Doronbo gang. Formed by sexy villainess Doronjo (Fukada Kyoko) and her lackeys Boyacky (Namase Katsuhisa, Gokusen), and Tonzra (Kobayashi Kendo, BOSS), the Doronbo trio will stop at nothing to recover the powerful wish-granting Skull Stone, but they'll have to get past Yatterman first!

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Panorama Tora-San's Many-Splintere Love (Hong Kong Version) at 86.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Tora-San's Many-Splintere Love (Hong Kong Version)
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Tora-San's Many-Splintere Love (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama The End Of The Tour (2015) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 74.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama The End Of The Tour (2015) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Three
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Plunge into Three tales of supernatural excitement!

Three is an omnibus horror film which spotlights Chinese and Asian supernatural sensibilities. It was shot in Hong Kong, Thailand and Korea and features a cast from across the continent. Directed by three acclaimed Asian directors, the three short films explore the supernatural as well as the dark sides of human nature.

  • The Wheel
    Nimibutr Nonzee (Nang Nak and Jan Dara), one of Thailand's most successful directors, helms this segment about reincarnation. Starring Suwinit Panjamawat, "The Wheel" potrays the voodoo power of a cursed puppet.
  • Memory
    Unlike Korean director Kim Jee Woon's previous works, "Memory" is bereft of humor, and is full of dark eerie visuals. This short is a surreal story about a woman who loses her memory in a strange town.
  • Going Home
    Hong Kong director Peter Chan's segment "Going Home" combines the screen talents of many prominent film luminaries. A policeman (Eric Tsang) breaks into the apartment of his odd neighbor (Leon Lai) to look for his missing son, and ends up finding much more than he bargained for. This disturbing tale cleaned up at the 39th Golden Horse Awards. Multi-award-winning cinematographer Christopher Doyle, who provided the film's beautifully eerie look, won for "Best Cinematography." Leon Lai picked up his first "Best Leading Actor" award, and Eugenia Yuan won a "Best Newcomer" award for her portrayal of a corpse.
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Panorama American Hustle (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 233.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama American Hustle (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 233.00
American Hustle (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama The Motorcycle Diaries (2004) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 190.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama The Motorcycle Diaries (2004) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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The Motorcycle Diaries (2004) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Happy-Go-Lucky (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 70.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Happy-Go-Lucky (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 70.00
Happy-Go-Lucky (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama King Kong at 86.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama King Kong
HK$ 86.00
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Panorama Maps To The Stars (2014) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 74.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Maps To The Stars (2014) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Maps To The Stars (2014) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama The Dressmaker (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 225.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama The Dressmaker (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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The Dressmaker (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Eve of Destruction (2013) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Eve of Destruction (2013) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Eve of Destruction (2013) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Confessions Of Dangerous Mind at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Confessions Of Dangerous Mind
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Confessions Of Dangerous Mind
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Panorama Mysterious Island (Part 2) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Mysterious Island (Part 2) (Hong Kong Version)
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Mysterious Island (Part 2) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Blue Valentine (2010) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 233.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Blue Valentine (2010) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 233.00
Blue Valentine (2010) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Alex & Emma
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Alex & Emma
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Panorama The Seventh Lie (2014) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 74.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama The Seventh Lie (2014) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 74.00
Do you lie? Rookie director James Kong poses this question in his debut feature, The Seventh Lie, a tense drama composed of intersecting vignettes. With its taut script and strong performances, the film has won accolades at the Philadelphia Independent Film Festival and the Barcelona International Film Festival.

A chauffeur who's in love with his boss's wife (Him Law, Love Is The Only Answer). A bellhop whose marriage is falling apart (Ronald Cheng, The Four III). A money-grubbing landlord (Hui Siu Hung, From Vegas to Macau). These people should have nothing to do with one another, but over one night, we see how lies disrupt their lives and how far they're willing to go to hide the truth.

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Panorama Chronicling Narnia (Hong Kong Version) at 86.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama Chronicling Narnia (Hong Kong Version)
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Chronicling Narnia (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama We Own The Night (2007) (Blu-ray) (2016 Reprint) (Hong Kong Version) at 202.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama We Own The Night (2007) (Blu-ray) (2016 Reprint) (Hong Kong Version)
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We Own The Night (2007) (Blu-ray) (2016 Reprint) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama A Hen In The Wind (Hong Kong Version) at 62.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama A Hen In The Wind (Hong Kong Version)
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A Hen In The Wind (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama The Yellow Sea (2010) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 163.00 HKD from YesAsia
Panorama The Yellow Sea (2010) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 163.00
From the makers of The Chaser comes the acclaimed thriller The Yellow Sea. Director Na Hong Jin teams up again with award-winning actors Kim Yoon Seok and Ha Jung Woo for his ambitious sophomore feature, which brings the grim action all the way from Yanbian, the Korean-populated region in Northeast China bordering North Korea, to Seoul and Busan. The Yellow Sea packs a hard punch with its thrilling car chases and gritty violence, but it's above all the powerful performances of the two leading actors that make the film a compelling and exhilarating watch. Ha Jung Woo won Best Actor at the 5th Asian Film Awards for his turn as a desperate man on the run in a foreign land.

A taxi driver in Yanbian, Gu Nam (Ha Jung Woo) is knee deep in gambling debt, and he hasn't heard from his wife since she left for South Korea half a year ago. To clear his debt and find his wife, he reluctantly takes a job to assassinate a businessman in South Korea. When the hit job goes wrong, Gu Nam suddenly finds himself the target of the police, the mafia, and the very man who hired him, brutal assassin Myun Ga (Kim Yoon Seok).

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Renowned Hong Kong filmmaker Raymond Wong's 80s classic series The Happy Ghost is reincarnated for today's family and young audiences! With Ip Man's director Wilson Yip and writer Edmond Wong onboard, the fantasy comedy employs flashy visual effects and replaces the original's friendly spirit from the Qing dynasty with feuding wizards who can give Harry Potter's wand-waving friends a run for their money. Magic to Win stars popular actor Louis Koo (Overheard 2), Fahrenheit's Wu Chun (My Kingdom), action star Wu Jing (SPL), Japan-based magician Tonny Jan, Mainland actress Yan Ni (Mural) in addition to Raymond Wong himself. The film also brings back series alumni Loletta Lee and Yip Sai Wing for a cameo, while introducing a new generation of "Happy Girls" led by teen model Karena Ng in her acting debut.

Nobody knows that Professor Hong Sum Kwai (Raymond Wong) is actually the Water Magician, one of the five elemental wizards. One day, Hong accidentally loses his magical powers, which are transferred to his student Cheng Meisi (Karena Ng). The girl happily uses the superhuman abilities she acquired by luck in life, at school, and on the volleyball court, but those powers also land her in trouble as a war of wizardry rages around her... Fire Magician Bi Yewu (Wu Jing) is desperate to turn back time to change a tragedy in the past, but to do so he needs to bring together the powers of all five elemental wizards. Wood Magician Gu Xinyue (Louis Koo) foresees catastrophe if time is warped, so he alerts the other wizards - including Earth Magician Ling Feng (Wu Chun) and Metal Magician Charlie (Tonny Jan) - to join forces and prevent it from happening...

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Hollywood superstars John Travolta ("Face/Off", "Grease", "Broken Arrow"), Samuel L. Jackson ("Pulp Fiction", "Star Wars Episode II", "XXX") & Connie Nielsen ("Gladiator ") join top quality director John Mc Tiernan ("Die Hard", "Predator") for a cinematic surprise that keeps the viewer spellbound from start to finish!

Talented John Travolta plays a government officer who teams up with Lieutenant Julia Osborne (Connie Nielsen) for a mission in the dangerous rainforests of Panama to solve the mysterious disappearance of military Sergeant Nathan West (Samuel L. Jackson). The truth seems to be within fingers reach after two survivors of Nathan West 's combat squad reveal bits & pieces about the actual facts of the past but viewers aren't allowed to leave their seats until the stunning climatic plot twist of this suspense thriller par excellence!

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Get ready for two (2) Kitano Takeshis! Writer-director-star Kitano Takeshi takes a look at his own divided career - and then some - in the mind-bending festival hit Takeshis'. Kitano stars as two versions of himself: a superstar actor/director, and a possibly deranged individual who dreams of being like the other Kitano. Somehow, the lives of the two men collide in mystifying and entertaining fashion, as Kitano Takeshi (the director) constantly references his own work (including Sonatine, Zatoichi, and Brother, to name some) in the name of wild, unadulterated parody. Expect violence, comedy, and plenty of surprises in this self-reflexive comedy that's sure to intrigue Kitano fans!

Kitano stars as "Beat" Takeshi, a popular movie and television star dealing with the spoils - and headaches - of his hard-earned fame. But there's another Takeshi Kitano out there: a mild-mannered convenience store clerk and struggling actor (also played by Kitano) who dreams of being like the "other" Kitano. However, it's superstar Kitano's onscreen life that obsesses the convenience store Kitano, who dreams more and more of becoming like his screen idol and virtual twin. When convenience store Kitano brings home a bag of guns, he tells his neighbors that he's preparing for a new role. But the guns just might be real...

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One of the biggest box-office hits of 2008, The Chaser won the prestigious Grand Prize award at the 44th Baeksang Art Awards and brought down the house during its screening at the 61st Cannes Film Festival. Moreover, the film took home five top prizes at the 45th Daejong Awards including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Actor. In his brilliant directorial and screenwriting debut, helmer Na Hong Jin presents a crime thriller loosely based on a real-life infamous serial killer who murdered more than twenty victims - mostly prostitutes. The Chaser centers on one man's harrowing and inexorable pursuit of an insidious serial killer and the bitter reality of our society. Attracting one million theatergoers in its opening week mainly through word of mouth, The Chaser surpassed the 2003 record achieved by its genre's benchmark Memories of Murder. Award-winning veteran Kim Yoon Seok, best known for his villainous role as "A-gui" in Tazza: The High Rollers, and Ha Jung Woo, who previously starred in Kim Ki Duk's arthouse films Breath and Time, make brilliant turns playing the chaser and the chased, respectively. Breaking from the pattern of its predecessors, The Chaser sets new standard for Korean thrillers by taking a no-nonsense approach teeming with intense realism and maximum suspense.

Stripped of his badge because of corruption charges, ex-cop Joong Ho (Kim Yoon Seok) now runs an escort service. Though an angel fallen from the grace, Joong Ho stills hangs on to a speck of conscience. The recent surge of mysterious disappearances involving his girls have kept him on his toes. It is not until Mi Jin (Seo Young Hee, Shadows In The Palace) is sent out in response to a patron's call that Joong Ho realizes the phone number of Mi Jin's client matches that of the last call received by all of his missing girls. While frantically searching for Mi Jin, Joong Ho spots Young Min (Ha Jung Woo) whose bloodstains instinctually convince him that he's got the suspect in hand. Nabbing him, Joong Ho brings Young Min to the police, and astoundingly, the suspect confesses to the killings of all the missing prostitutes. Donning a conniving smirk, Young Min hints that Mi Jin could still be alive. Young Min is released due to lack of evidence, but rather than dispatching a search team for the missing captive, the police shift their focus on other issues. Taking the matters to his own hands, Joong Ho begins his relentless chase for the killer.

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Writer-director Derek Yee puts the spotlight on the faces in the background in the comedy-drama I Am Somebody, casting no-name extras to play bit actors and extras trying to catch a break. The film is set in China's Hengdian World Studios, the world's largest film studio and the shooting locale of countless Chinese period productions. Audiences are introduced to the world of Chinawood through the eyes of bumbling country boy Peng (Wang Guopeng), who arrives in Hengdian with nothing to his name besides an earnest desire to become an actor. From there, he befriends fellow wannabe thespians with dreams and disillusions of their own, and gradually learns the ropes of life as an extra at Hengdian, from survival know-how to working protocol, in the process offering a slice-of-life insider's look into acting and filmmaking in all its scrappy glory.
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Adapted from Yoon Tae Ho's webcomic The Insiders, political thriller Inside Men helmed by Woo Min Ho (The Spies) reveals the deep-rooted corruption in Korea involving politicians, businessmen and the media. Starring Lee Byung Hun who won Best Actor at the 10th Asian Film Awards, Cho Seung Woo, Baek Yoon Shik and Lee Kyung Young, the award-winning blockbuster became the highest-grossing 18+-rated Korean movie of all time.

Gangster Ahn Sang Goo (Lee Byung Hun) cooperates with Lee Kang Hee (Baek Yoon Shik), the influential editor-in-chief of a leading conservative newspaper, to support congressman Jang Pil Woo (Lee Kyung Young) as the leading candidate in the presidential race. When Ahn Sang Goo threatens Jang Pil Woo with evidence of his bribery, he ends up with a dismembered hand. Years later, Ahn Sang Goo meets ambitious prosecutor Woo Jang Hoon (Cho Seung Woo) and the two hatch up a plot to bring the villains to justice.

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After finding success with Go Lala Go, actress-director Xu Jinglei returns to the cutthroat business world for Dear Enemy, her fifth directorial effort. This time, Xu no longer plays the eager young office worker, but rather a powerful, globetrotting financial advisor doing business battle against an old flame. Facing off against Xu again is her Go Lala Go co-star Stanley Huang, who once again shares great screen chemistry with his on-screen nemesis. Promising that this is her final commercial film, Xu ups the ante by taking her production across the world to Hong Kong, England and Australia. Dear Enemy also features Gigi Leung (Marrying Mr. Perfect), Aarif Lee (Echoes of the Rainbow), Christy Chung (Jan Dara) and Michael Wong (Overheard).

A capital investment bank led by Derek Lee (Stanley Huang) is launching a hostile takeover of a lithium producer firm on the behalf of another company. To fight off Derek's mysterious client, the CEO of the lithium producer firm (Michael Wong) brings in Amy Liang (Xu Jinglei) as financial advisor. However, Amy is also Derek's former lover. The two still hold resentment towards each other over their break-up ten months prior, and they're now on a cat-and-mouse chase across the globe on a messy business battle. Meanwhile, financial news blogger Henry (Aarif Lee) is monitoring the action and reporting it all to the public.

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Fruit Chan (Tales from the Dark 1) is back with post-apocalyptic horror-comedy The Midnight After, based on online novel Lost on a Red Minibus to Tai Po by Pizza. A massive departure from the type of films usually made in Hong Kong, the irreverent satire made the rounds at the Berlin and Hong Kong International Film Festivals, where it invited audiences to look at the sprawling Asian metropolis through a different lens.

Boasting a large cast made up of veterans and young guns including Simon Yam (Iceman), Kara Hui (Rigor Mortis), Sam Lee (Dog Bite Dog), Wong Yau Nam (Gallants), Lam Suet (Drug War), Tsui Tin Yau (Enthralled) and Janice Man (Passion Island), the film begins with a group of strangers boarding a late-night minibus in Mong Kok bound for Tai Po. Amongst them are a junkie, a superstitious insurance broker, a computer expert, a gangster, a music geek and several college students. After the bus passes through the Lion Rock Tunnel, the passengers find themselves in a complete ghost town. The mystery deepens when each of them receives a cell phone message from an unknown source. Can the passengers find a way to overcome whatever has decimated their city's population despite their clashing personalities, morals and beliefs?

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Starring Lee Chang Hoon and Hur Jun Ho, four high school students become gangsters in the film Four Toes. Well-known as tough guys, Audi, Haitai, Lecaf, and Gak-Grandeur are high school classmates who took a pledge of brotherhood. Lecaf who is good at studying goes to Seoul right after high school graduation, while his brothers gradually build up their power in the gang before moving to Seoul. In the big city, they live a stable gangster life and everything seems to be calm and peaceful, until they receive news that a gangster conspiring with the Japanese yakuza has come to Seoul
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The much-talked-about 2015 HKTV series The Menu leaps to the silver screen with a feature film sequel that continues the trials and tribulations of a group of intrepid Hong Kong journalists. Director Ben Fong and stars Gregory Wong, Kate Yeung and Catherine Chau return to the battleground of Smart Post for this tense and timely news thriller about journalistic, judicial and government accountability. Veteran Ng Man Tat joins The Menu to play a grieving father who takes matters into his own hands to seek justice for his daughter.

Following the events of the TV drama, Fong Ying (Catherine Chau) has been promoted to interim chief editor and now has to deal with pressure from above to attract more online views and to beat out an unscrupulous media rival. Meanwhile, at a local TV station, Tam (Ng Man Tat) sets off a bomb, takes the TV crew and talk show guest hostage, and demands a meeting with the Chief Executive. Photographer Mallory (Kate Yeung) and headstrong reporter Fai (Gregory Wong) rush to the scene to jostle for coverage. Fai realizes that Tam is the father of a murder victim whose case fell by the wayside because of media apathy and double jeopardy limitation.

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From director Kohno Keita comes the heartwarmingly cute tale, Kogitsune Helen! Also popularly known by its alternative English title Helen the Baby Fox, this moving 2006 motion picture revolves around the life of a young, friendless boy who comes to learn some important lessons about life when he adopts an abandoned, physically disabled animal. This breathtaking film takes place in early spring in northern Japan, as seven-year-old Taichi (played by Fukusawa Arashi) finds himself forced to leave his urban home and relocate to a veterinarian's (Osawa Takao) rural Hokkaido household when his camerawoman mother ventures off on a whirlwind photo shoot assignment.

Having just recently arrived from the big city, Taichi soon discovers an adorable fox pup lying near the side of the road. But cute as it may be, the animal is in sad shape, as it is not only deaf and blind, but mute as well. Although a majority of the adults who surround Taichi voice their objections, he resolutely chooses to take care of the pitiful creature and name it "Helen Keller". Feeling a bit neglected himself in his new environment, Taichi soon finds that his newfound guardian role will end up teaching him a great deal about the responsibilities that parents face and open his eyes to the hardships involved in his own mother's stuggle to make ends meet for the both of them. Based on a true story about Taketazu Minoru, who is involved in wildlife conservation in Hokkaido, this hugely charming tale of a boy and his fox is sure to touch the heart of even the most jaded filmgoer!

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Panorama Space Battleship Yamato (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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The landmark 1974 animated series Space Battleship Yamato finally gets a live-action treatment nearly four decades after its premiere, and what better director to take that job than Yamazaki Takashi? A leading special effects wizard before becoming a filmmaker, Yamazaki has made a successful career out of seamlessly combining computer-generated spectacle and genuinely touching human drama in films like the Always - Sunset on Third Street series and Ballad. In addition to directing, Yamazaki also oversaw the groundbreaking computer-generated special effects, which is featured in 80% of the film to convincingly bring the Yamato world to life.

Leading the epic space adventure is SMAP member/Asian superstar Kimura Takuya (Hero) as the heroic Kodai Susumu, who commands the titular space battleship into a war against a powerful enemy in outer space. Joining Kimura is a star-studded cast that includes Kuroki Meisa (Crows Zero), Yanagiba Toshiro (Bayside Shakedown), Nishida Toshiyuki (The Magic Hour), Maiko (Yama no Anata), Yamazaki Tsutomu (Departures), and Ikeuchi Hiroyuki (Ip Man). One of the highest-grossing Japanese films of 2010, Space Battleship Yamato is an exciting sci-fi spectacular for audiences of all ages!

In the year 2199, Earth has become a wasteland after five years of radiation attacks from an unseen alien enemy called the Gamilons. Even though survivors have remained safe under ground, the radiation is slowly beginning to reach them. One of the survivors is Kodai Susumu (Kimura Takuya), who picks up a mysterious device one day while hunting for scrap metal. After discovering a map to a planet inside the device, the military sends out its last battleship - the Yamato - to the planet in the hopes that it'll be the key to save humanity. Kodai, a former soldier himself, joins the Yamato crew and quickly proves to be a worthy team member. With only a year left before the end of Earth, what will the Yamato crew find at the end of their long and perilous journey?

This edition includes making of and stage events. It also comes with a notebook.

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Panorama Black & White: The Dawn Of Justice (2014) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Supercop Ying Xiong (Mark Chao) returns! The relentless pursuer of justice, whose story was first told on the mega-hit 2009 TV series, is back for a second go-around on the big screen in Black & White: The Dawn Of Justice, again directed by Tsai Yueh Hsun. This time, he's paired with Chen Zhen (Lin Gengxin, Young Detective Dee: Rise of the Sea Dragon), a smart-alecky detective from Harbor City's eastern district. Soon after meeting for the first time, the reluctant makeshift partners run into Ying Xiong's old friend, small-time crook Xu Da Fu (Huang Bo, Breakup Buddies) now strapped to a bomb. The three find themselves thrust in a terrorist plot masterminded by the frighteningly nihilistic Lan Xi En (Tsai Yueh Hsun).

This is the 2D version of the film.

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Panorama Cold Mountain (2003) (VCD) (Panorama Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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