a boy -3rd Live Tour- (Japan Version)

a boy -3rd Live Tour- (Japan Version)
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Rising young singer-songwriter Ieiri Leo is releasing the new concert video a boy -3rd Live Tour-! The recording is of the last stop of the tour at NHK Hall on April 26, 2014. Watch Ieiri sing all the hits from her latest album and more, including Carnival, Chocolate and Bless You!

This edition includes a documentary of the tour..
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Blood: The Last Vampire (2009) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)

Blood: The Last Vampire (2009) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)
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My Sassy Girl‘s Jeon Ji Hyun makes her English-language debut in the 2009 fantasy action thriller Blood: The Last Vampire directed by Chris Nahon (Kiss of the Dragon). Based on the same-titled 2000 animated feature, Blood revolves around a mysterious female slayer who battles hordes of vampires in postwar Japan. Billed under her English name Gianna, Jeon Ji Hyun dons the trademark pigtails and sailor suit uniform for a tough-as-nails turn as the katakana-wielding heroine. Playing Jeon’s arch-nemesis is another crossover Asian star, popular Japanese actress Koyuki from The Last Samurai. Featuring impressive CG effects and sword and wirework action choreographed by Corey Yuen (Red Cliff), Blood: The Last Vampire presents a gritty, gothic world of fantastical adventure and thrilling action.

Though she looks like a teenage girl, Saya (Jeon Ji Hyun) has actually been hunting bloodsuckers for centuries. Allied with a top-secret government organization, Saya’s only goal is to track down Onigen, the most powerful of all vampires. Her quest brings her to a US military airbase which has seen numerous vampire attacks. Saya goes undercover at the local high school to investigate, but all hell breaks loose when classmate and general’s daughter Alice (Allison Miller) discovers her identity. Much blood is shed and vampires slayed as Saya’s dark past is slowly revealed, bringing her closer than ever to Onigen..
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A Better Tomorrow II (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)

A Better Tomorrow II (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Over-the-top gunplay fans rejoice! The last fifteen minutes of A Better Tomorrow II, the sequel to the seminal Heroic Bloodshed film A Better Tomorrow, contains some of the most deliriously over-the-top guns and guts action ever put on film! Director John Woo outdoes his hyperkinetic gunplay from the first film, as he reunites Ti Lung, Leslie Cheung, and even Chow Yun Fat for this entertaining and dramatic sequel to one of the most popular Hong Kong films ever. When we last left our heroes, Ho (Ti Lung) was thrown in jail for his triad activities, but the courts grant him lenience for his righteousness. He’s released to infiltrate the gang of suspected bad guy Lung (Dean Shek), who’s currently being investigated by Ho’s brother Kit (Leslie Cheung). But circumstances go sour, and Ho turns to an unlikely ally: former killer Ken, who’s the twin brother of Chow Yun Fat from the first Better Tomorrow! With the pieces assembled, it’s time for righteous retribution as only John Woo can deliver! Triad melodrama and John Woo’s celebrated themes of brotherhood permeate A Better Tomorrow II, an entertaining and action-packed hit with an unbelievable body count..
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A Simple Life (2011) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)

A Simple Life (2011) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Renowned Hong Kong director Ann Hui (Summer Snow) has perhaps made the crowning achievement of her marvelous career with A Simple Life, a crowd-pleasing human drama that quietly tugs at viewers’ heartstrings with its restrained sentiments and delicately drawn characters. A solemn yet humorous exploration of seniority, the film tells a bittersweet story revolving around the lives of elderly maid Sister Tao and her master, played respectively by veteran actress Deanie Ip and superstar Andy Lau, whose past screen collaborations serve to inspire enormous chemistry between their characters. Their impeccable performances have earned numerous prestigious prizes for the film, including Best Actress at the Venice Film Festival, Best Director, Actor, and Actress at the Golden Horse Awards, and the rare feat of the Big Five (Best Film, Director, Screenplay, Actor, and Actress) at the Hong Kong Film Awards.

Based on the true story of producer Roger Lee, A Simple Life also features a number of famous stars and filmmakers in supporting or cameo roles, including Qin Hailu, Anthony Wong, Paul Chun, Chapman To, and Sammo Hung, among many others. Sister Tao (Deanie Ip) has served five generations of the Leung family since she was thirteen. Today, at over seventy years old, she continues to take care of Roger (Andy Lau), the only member of the family left in Hong Kong. After suffering a stroke at home one day, Tao realizes it’s about time she retired, so she asks Roger to find her a nursing home for rehabilitation. Tao struggles to adjust to the strange new environment as well as her eccentric fellow inmates, but Roger is there to care for this mother figure who has devoted her life to his.

Hong Kong Version DVD comes with film trailers, making-of, deleted scenes, and director and stars interviews..
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Startling By Each Step (DVD) (End) (Deluxe Limited Edition) (China Version)

Startling By Each Step (DVD) (End) (Deluxe Limited Edition) (China Version)
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Based on the popular novel by Tong Hua, the blockbuster period series Bu Bu Jing Xin (a.k.a. Startling By Each Step) is the most highly anticipated Chinese drama of 2011. The latest series from renowned director/producer Lee Kwok Lap, Bu Bu Jing Xin steps back in time to the romantic and political upheavals of the Qing court. A frequent star of Lee Kwok Lap dramas, Cecilia Liu Shishi plays a young woman who jumps back in time to the reign of Kangxi, and gets drawn into the ascension struggle among the royal princes. Both a heartrending romance and a historical drama, Bu Bu Jing Xin uses its fantasy premise and fictional heroine to observe and affect well-known figures and episodes in Qing Dynasty history.

Bu Bu Jing Xin has inspired a fervent following for its outstanding cast of royal princes. Taiwan actor-singer Nicky Wu stars as the stone-faced 4th Prince who eventually rises to the throne as Yongzheng, while TVB actor Kevin Cheng, collaborating with Lee Kwok Lap again 12 years after The Legendary Siblings, is the genteel 8th Prince destined for tragedy. The other members of the royal family are Han Dong as the scheming 9th Prince, Ye Zuxin as the simple-minded 10th Prince, Lee Kwok Lap regular Yuan Hong as the unbridled 13th Prince, and newcomer Lin Gengxin as the loyal 14th Prince. Veteran Hong Kong actor Damian Lau reigns over all as Emperor Kangxi.

After an argument with her boyfriend, 25-year-old Zhang Xiao (Cecilia Liu) rushes out into the street, and gets electrocuted in an accident. When she regains consciousness, she finds herself in the Qing Dynasty. She is now teenaged Ruo Xi, the willful younger sister of the 8th Prince’s consort (Annie Liu). Ruo Xi enters the Forbidden City, and becomes a trusted servant of the Emperor (Damian Lau) as the years pass by. Knowing what happens to everyone historically, Ruo Xi hopes to stay detached from palace politics, but she gets romantically entangled with both the 8th Prince (Kevin Cheng) and the 4th Prince (Nicky Wu), whose competition for the throne leads inevitably to danger and tragedy. Staying true to her love and friendship with each prince, Ruo Xi struggles to take control of her own heart and destiny in the Forbidden City, where every step could be a matter of life and death..
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Taipei Exchanges (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)

Taipei Exchanges (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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From Au Revoir Taipei to Taipei Exchanges, Taiwan’s capital is slowly becoming the hip place to be. Commissioned by Taipei’s tourism authority and executive produced by director Hou Hsiao Hsien, writer-director Xiao Ya Quan’s Taipei Exchanges is a contemporary fairy tale that reflects the charms of Taipei and its people, as well as the modern dilemma between ideals and reality. The film stars Guey Lun Mei (Secret) as a new caf owner whose sister (Zaizai Lin) turns her business into a bartering business for people to trade just about anything, including a series of stories told by a traveler played by Chang Han (God Man Dog). Leisurely paced and beautifully filmed, Taipei Exchanges also includes street interviews done on the streets of Taipei to emphasize the city as a major character of the film. Appropriately, the film was the winner of Best Music and the Audience Award at the 2010 Taipei Film Festival.

Doris (Guey Lun Mei) simply wanted to open a refined, stylish coffee shop in a bohemian Taipei neighborhood, but when she’s stuck with a load of useless gifts from the opening celebration, her younger sister Josie (Lin Zaizai) turns the caf into a burgeoning bartering business. There, even a soulful song (by Japanese singer Atari Kosuke in a cameo) is a tradable commodity. One day, a traveler (Chang Han) brings in 35 soaps from around the world with a story for each of them, awakening Doris’s imagination about the outside world that she has never seen..
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Banana Cop (1984) (DVD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)

Banana Cop (1984) (DVD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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The winning team of George Lam and Teddy Robin collaborate again on Banana Cop, an offbeat cop comedy directed by Leong Po Chi. George Lam is Edward, a Scotland Yard cop investigating the murder of two men who owned private casinos in London’s Chinatown. His investigation leads him to Hong Kong, where he looks up Ping Pong Ball (Teddy Robin), a diminutive convict who used to know the victims. But Ping Pong Ball has plenty of enemies, who may or may not be after the fellow for reasons pertaining to the murder. Meanwhile, Ping Pong Ball falls in love with Amy, a blind school teacher played by the ever-charming Cherie Chung. It’s chases and mystery aplenty in Banana Cop as the dynamic duo attempts solve the crime and save the day! George Lam and Teddy Robin show the same screen chemistry that they showed in their previous collaborations, the Tsui Hark comedy All the Wrong Clues, and All the Wrong Spies, an entertaining spy spoof directed by Teddy Robin himself!.
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