The Avenging Eagle

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Lai Shi, China’s Last Eunuch (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)

Lai Shi, China's Last Eunuch (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Director Jacob Cheung and star Andy Lau offered the blockbuster A Battle of Wits in 2006, but the two actually first collaborated in 1987 with Cheung’s first feature film Lai Shi, China’s Last Eunuch. The film also stars Sammo Hung, Max Mok, Irene Wan, and award-winning actress Kuei Ya Lei. Jacob Cheung always sympathizes with the underprivileged and the ordinary, showing the human side of his heroes. Lai Shi, China’s Last Eunuch is no exception, with the film’s concern for the unfortunate eunuch portrayed by superstar Andy Lau.

Adapted from a semi-autobiographical novel, Lai Shi, China’s Last Eunuch is set in China during the decline of the last dynasty. A lot of eunuchs return home for retirement and young boy Lai Shi, seeing their affluence, decides to become a eunuch to earn more money for the family. However, after his castration, the dynasty is overthrown and the imperial family stops recruiting new eunuchs. Lai Shi therefore ends up learning Peking Opera in Beijing, but after a few years he has a chance to work in the palace – the Qing Emperor is allowed to keep his imperial way of living even after abdication. But that does not mean Lai Shi can lead a better life from then onwards….
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Lust, Caution (2007) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)

Lust, Caution (2007) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Oscar-winning director Ang Lee returns to Chinese-language cinema for the first time since his award-winning Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. Based on a short story by celebrated author Eileen Chang (Eighteen Springs), Lust, Caution is easily one of 2007’s biggest events in World Cinema.

1942, Japanese occupied Shanghai. Young drama student Wang Jiazhi (Tang Wei, in a daring debut performance) has been given an extraordinary mission: to infiltrate the inner circle of Mr. Yee (Tony Leung Chiu Wai), the head of the Japanese puppet government’s secret police, and arrange for his assassination. To do so, she takes on a false identity as “Mrs. Mak” and attempts to seduce Mr. Yee, convincing him of her emotion so she can one day betray him. At first, Jiazhi is dedicated to her cause, having been drafted into the ranks of the resistance by her charismatic classmate Kuang (Leehom Wang). But in attempting to draw closer to Mr. Yee, she finds herself torn between her “real” life and the seductive pull of the role she has created, a role that threatens to consume her heart and soul.

Premiering at the 2007 Venice Film Festival, the film earned Ang Lee his second Golden Lion Award, the first being for Brokeback Mountain, while also receiving notices for its exacting detail, sumptuous period setting, powerful performances from Tony Leung Chiu Wai and Tang Wei, and finally its explicit love scenes. The film was branded with an NC-17 rating in North America due to nudity and graphic sexual situations, but the material is integral to the film, revealing the characters at perhaps their most emotionally vulnerable and exposed. Also starring Asian-American actress Joan Chen, and featuring an exquisite score from French composer Alexandre Desplat, Lust, Caution is a powerful and uncompromising work from one of the world’s most accomplished modern filmmakers.

Note: This release is the Uncut Version of the film. It does not come with English subtitles..
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Pee Mak (Blu-ray) (English Subitlted) (Hong Kong Version)

Pee Mak (Blu-ray) (English Subitlted) (Hong Kong Version)
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The famous tale of Mae Nak Phra Khanong gets the comedic treatment in Pee Mak Phra Khanong, a horror comedy from Shutter director Bangjong Pisanthanakun. Thai heartthrob Mario Maurer (Jan Dara: The Beginning) stars as Mak, a soldier returning to his loving wife Nak after surviving the war. However, his four war buddies and the rest of the town realize something that Mak doesn’t want to believe: His wife is dead and has returned to the human world as a ghost.

Pee Mak isn’t the first adaptation of the famous ghost tale, but Pisanthanakun brings a refreshing comic twist to a somber tale of terror and star-crossed lovers by adding Mak’s four war buddies as comic relief. The result is a film that is a spooky and hilarious ride with a touching love story. The fun genre hybrid proved to be a great draw for audiences across Asia, making Pee Mak the highest grossing domestic film of all time in Thailand, as well as a surprise hit in Hong Kong and Taiwan..
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Get Together (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Taiwan Version)

Get Together (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Taiwan Version)
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Following the footsteps of blockbusters like Night Market Hero and Din Tao: Leader of the Parade, director Lu Jin Cheng’s nostalgic charmer Get Together offers a warm and distinctly local look at life in seventies Taiwan through the daily comings and goings of the residents of a military dependents’ village. In this bustling village, people of different backgrounds speaking different dialects form a chaotic, neighborly community. Veteran actor Leung Shiu Sin and Nana Chiang star as the father and mother of the Liu family. They have four school-age kids: quiet oldest daughter Feng Feng (Si Tu Ying Shuang) who is experiencing first love, second son Guo Liang (Eric Lin, Starry Starry Night) who dreams of becoming a marathoner, third daughter Pan Pan (Ji Xin Yu) who is going through her rebellious stage, and youngest daughter Liang Liang (Wang Yun Shu), a seven-year-old force of nature who runs through streets fearlessly, leaves teachers speechless and kicks down boys twice her size!.
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Let’s Make Laugh II

Let's Make Laugh II
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Bar none, the most popular Shaw Brothers film of 1983 was Let’s Make Laugh, a rousing comedy starring Kenny Bee and Cecillia Yip, that earned director Alfred Cheung (All’s Well, Ends Well 1997, Manhattan Midnight) Best Screenplay honors at the 3rd Annual Hong Kong Film Awards. Following up his success, Cheung returns with the 1985 sequel, Let’s Make Laugh II, a touching romantic comedy that explores the life-altering consequences of forbidden love! Shaw Brothers screen star Derek Yee Tung-Sing (Buddha’s Palm, Legend of the Bat) headlines the film as Ah Sun, a handsome, tough-as-nails bodyguard hired to protect a rich man’s son from the young man’s gay pals! During this bizarre family mission, Ah Sun meets up with the beautiful Joey (Joey Wong, from the Chinese Ghost Story films and Green Snake), a lonesome woman who just so happens to be the mistress of Ah Sun’s boss. Against their better judgment, the two star-crossed lovers fall for each other.

Everything seems wonderful and exciting at first, but when Joey learns the shocking news that she is pregnant with Ah Sun’s baby, she is forced to make a crucial choice. What will she do? And even more important, what will her rich and powerful boyfriend do when he finds out the truth about the romance between his trusted enforcer, Ah Sun and his darling Joey? Featuring acting performances by Chang Kuo Chu (The Butterfly Murders and Paul Chun Pui (Lost in Time, Alfred Cheung’s sequel, Let’s Make Laugh II is a timeless, bittersweet love story you don’t want to miss!.
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The Bounty (2012) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)

The Bounty (2012) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Screenwriter Fung Chih Chiang has collaborated with Hong Kong’s A-list directors like Stephen Chow (Shaolin Soccer) and Johnnie To (Sparrow). This year, the promising writer is finally making his directorial debut from his own script with The Bounty, a darkly humorous and twisting tale about a bounty hunter starring funnyman Chapman To and singer/actress Fiona Sit. Also featuring iconic actor Alex Man in his long-awaited comeback, as well as co-stars Wen Chao, Sire Ma, Charmaine Fong, Eric Kot, and a surprising cameo from Michael Hui, the offbeat Hong Kong action comedy had its world premiere at the 14th Udine Far East Film Festival.

To plays Cho, a resourceful ex-cop who earns a living by claiming bounties offered for catching wanted persons. His latest job brings him to an isolated island for fugitive robber Fai, on whom the police have placed a hefty bounty of $400,000! During his investigation, Cho takes lodge at the small inn run by quirky innkeeper Suen (Alex Man) and his imaginative and perhaps a little too hyperactive daughter Ching (Fiona Sit), who are curious about this stranger. A series of unexpected and often hilarious events takes place before Ching realizes that the criminal Cho is chasing after is actually a friend of hers!.
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