Super Fool! (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)

Super Fool! (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)
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A prominent figure of the Hong Kong Cinema New Wave, director Leong Po Chih (Jumping Ash) made the delightful Itchy Fingers with comedy star Richard Ng in 1979. Two years later, they teamed up again in another laughfest called Super Fool!. Ng plays the cocky kung fu movie star Lung Gum Wai, who accidentally meets his tragic demise while filming a dangerous action scene. The filmmakers need a lookalike to finish the movie, and they find it in an illegal immigrant from Mainland named Kan (also played by Ng), who has just stowed away to Hong Kong with his friend Ming. Kan is a spitting image of Wai all right, but to ensure that no one would realize he’s not the real deal, they would have to give this country bumpkin a thorough makeover… Super Fool! co-stars Flora Cheong, Philip Chan, Wong Wan Si, and Lo Hoi Pang..
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Black Comedy (2014) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)

Black Comedy (2014) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Three prolific representatives of contemporary Hong Kong comedy join forces in 2013’s Black Comedy! Written and produced by Wong Jing, the film stars the increasingly busy Wong Cho Lam (Delete My Love) as dedicated detective Johnny To. Johnny has always dreamed of joining the G4 special force, tasked with protecting Hong Kong’s Chief Executive, but at 5’4”, he fails to meet G4’s height requirement. His misfortunes are exacerbated by his girlfriend Angel (Kimmy Tong, From Vegas To Macau), who uses any excuse to abuse Johnny.

As he laments the state of his life, Johnny unwittingly becomes contested property for Devil Prince Vincent (Chapman To, Vulgaria) and Jim the Angel (Jim Chim, Love In The Buff). In a bid for his soul, Vincent grants Johnny three wishes, which leads to one misadventure after another. Eventually, Johnny gets the chance to woo his girlfriend once again, and he might even achieve his dream of protecting the Chief Executive….
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The Brave Archer 3

The Brave Archer 3
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The Brave Archer 3.
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Ang Lee’s Father Trilogy (Blu-ray) (Digitally Remastered Edition) (English Subtitled) (Taiwan Version)

Ang Lee's Father Trilogy (Blu-ray) (Digitally Remastered Edition) (English Subtitled) (Taiwan Version)
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This set comes with digitally remastered versions of Oscar-winning director Ang Lee’s Pushing Hands (1992), Wedding Banquet (1993) and Eat Drink Man Woman (1994).

Pushing Hands (1992)
The first film from Ang Lee is a film about cultural and generational differences that blends comedy and drama in the same sublime manner as Ang Lee’s later celebrated works. Master Chu (Lung Sihung, Eat Drink Man Woman) is a retired Tai-Chi master who moves to Westchester, New York to live out his twilight years with his son Alex (Bo Z. Wang). But Alex’s wife Martha (Deb Synder) has difficulties dealing with her new houseguest, and vice versa. The minor struggles and difficulties of multiple generations living beneath one roof is further compounded by the existence of their differing cultures. Ultimately the individuals must work towards a mutual understanding, which is more about shared humanity than any individual identity. Ang Lee brings his wonderful storytelling eye to Pushing Hands, and tells a loving story where culture, age, and humanity collide in a touching and humorous way.

Wedding Banquet (1993)
Ang Lee first achieved international attention with The Wedding Banquet, a funny and unexpected human comedy that was a hit with audiences worldwide. Winston Chao stars as Wai Tung, a gay Taiwanese gentleman living in New York City. Wai Tung’s happy life with his lover Simon (Michael Lichtenstein) is interrupted by the meddling of his conservative parents (Lung Sihung and Kuei Ya Lei), who have no idea their son is gay and wishes to see him married to an eligible bride. To placate them, Wai Tung enters into a sham marriage with struggling artist Wei Wei (May Chin), while Simon pretends to be the best man. The deception is a success, but his parents’ visit from Taiwan – and the subsequent wedding banquet – leads to surprising and hilarious results! A wonderfully human comedy-drama about cultural differences, expectations, and even a few stereotype-breaking revelations, The Wedding Banquet is an independent filmmaking classic that perfectly demonstrates director Ang Lee’s ample talent.

Eat Drink Man Woman (1994)
Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 1995 Academy Awards, Eat Drink Man Woman depicts the changing father-daughter relationships of a family mediating between traditional values and modern lifestyles all over a dinner table filled to the brim with delicious dishes. Widowed chef Chu (Lung Sihung) has three daughters, all of whom are unmarried and cause him worry. Oldest daughter Jia Jen (Yang Kuei Mei) is a teacher who converted to Christianity and seems content to stay at home. Middle child Jia Chien (Jacklyn Wu) is a strong-minded airline executive who actually wants to be a chef. Youngest daughter Jia Ning (Wang Yu Wen) is a college student who works at a fast food chain. Each is going through issues with work and love that they can’t share.
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Doctor Vampire (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)

Doctor Vampire (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)
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East meets west in Doctor Vampire, a hilarious and bawdy Category III horror-comedy about – naturally – vampires. TVB star Bowie Lam stars as a Hong Kong doctor whose trip to the UK has certain medical consequences. While staying at a brothel, Bowie gets infected with vampire blood thanks to a love bite from the comely Ellen Chan. He returns to Hong Kong with no memory of the incident, but girlfriend Sheila Chan and sister Crystal Kwok have their suspicions. The situation is complicated further when Ellen arrives in Hong Kong, followed soon by the head vampire (Walter Kjaer) himself, who longs for Chinese blood because, as he puts it, “It’s like Ginseng!” Will Hong Kong be able to withstand a visit from one of Dracula’s ultra-powerful brood? Doctor Vampire plays fast and loose with vampire lore, but compensates with bits of gore, tasteless gross-out gags, and an action-horror climax as energetic and entertaining as anything from the eighties and nineties Hong Kong Cinema fun factory..
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Such A Life!

Such A Life!
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Such A Life!.
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Out Of Inferno (2013) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)

Out Of Inferno (2013) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Directed by the Pang Brothers, Hong Kong’s first 3D disaster film Out of Inferno delivers visually striking, meticulously planned fire scenes and unnerving stunts vividly acted out by award-winning actors Lau Ching Wan, Louis Koo and Angelica Lee. Joined by other cast members from Hong Kong, China, Malaysia, Thailand and the US, the team braved real fires at dangerous temperatures on the set as demanded by the directors. Playing brothers for the first time in their 12th collaboration, Lau Ching Wan and Louis Koo star as two estranged firefighters whose paths converge again in a time of disaster.

Catastrophe strikes at Keung’s (Louis Koo) company party and sends everyone running for their lives in a frantic panic. Trapped in a flaming office building, former firefighter Keung leads the crowd including his sister-in-law See Lok (Angelica Lee) upstairs to wait for rescue. He reluctantly dials the number of his firefighter brother Dai Kwan (Lau Ching Wan) to call for help. The brothers come together in the fight for survival, but the ground begins to sink as they try in a final attempt to break open the only door to escape..
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La Lingerie (DVD) (US Version)

La Lingerie (DVD) (US Version)
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This release comes with a free DVD copy of Magic Kitchen starring Andy Lau, Sammi Cheng, and Jerry Yan. Only while supplies last.

Seven years later, there’s still plenty of fun to be had with underwear. The 2001 comedy La Brassiere starring Lau Ching Wan, Louis Koo, Carina Lau, and Gigi Leung was a massive hit with Hong Kong audiences, spawning a 2002 sequel, Mighty Baby. Not one to leave a good thing alone, writer-director Chan Hing-Ka joins forces with co-director Janet Chun for La Lingerie, another innerwear-centric romantic comedy. Gigi Leung returns in a cameo, leaving the starring duties to a new generation of Hong Kong stars, starting with the popular Stephy Tang, who’s paired with funnyman Ronald Cheng. Joining the two are an eclectic mix of talent, including popular models Janice Man (See You in You Tube) and J.J. Jia (Isabella), EEG starlet Kathy Yuen (Yes, I Can See Dead People), Chan Fai Hung (Trivial Matters), Andy On (New Police Story), Tsui Tin Yau and Wong Yau Nam of Shine, and popular TVB actor Wong Cho Lam. Thanks to a smart script and plenty of laughs, La Lingerie is a bawdy and often hilarious look at life and love for the modern Hong Kong girl.

Miu Ho (Stephy Tang) works as an Innerwear Researcher, but a run-in with the company’s lothario, marketing manager Lucas (Ronald Cheng), complicates her work and love life. Miu is a good girl, though, and instead of taking advantage of her, Lucas offers to help her to land the affections of the heir to the company, the wealthy and very strange Antonio (Wong Cho Lam). Meanwhile, Miu’s best pal Donut (Janice Man) works in a lingerie shop, and has issues with her beau (Chan Fai Hung), a married man who’s also a customer at her store. Club girl CC (J.J. Jia) is also a customer at Donut’s workplace, and is looking for some new, expensive lingerie in order to impress her new boyfriend, shy Harvard student Eugene (Andy On). Finally, Miu’s downstairs neighbor, flight attendant Celine (Kathy Yuen), has an odd problem: someone keeps stealing her underwear! Cop James Shum (Tsui Tin Yau) offers to investigate, but he seems more interested in ogling Celine’s uniform than catching the perp. Still involved in her own romantic issues, Miu decides to take her innerwear research to a new level – by using her own underwear as bait to catch the thief..
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