An Inaccurate Memoir (DVD) (China Version)

An Inaccurate Memoir (DVD) (China Version)
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As producer and the top-billed star, popular China actor Huang Xiaoming (The Message) turns from bandit king to hot-blooded patriotic hero in An Inaccurate Memoir! The heartthrob teams up with hit drama Beijing Love Story stars Zhang Yi and Zhang Xinyi in The Robbers director Yang Shupeng’s period actioner, a hard-boiled, testosterone-filled thrill ride in the vein of Jiang Wen’s phenomenal hit Let the Bullets Fly. In 1942, soldier Gao Dongliang (Zhang Yi) sneaks into the Japanese-occupied Peace Town in a bid to assassinate the Japanese prince visiting the town. The plan goes awry, and Gao’s squad is annihilated in an ambush, leaving him the only survivor. He then hatches up another daring plot: he will infiltrate a powerful gang of bandits led by Fang Youwang (Huang Xiaoming), and try to incite his new allies to uprising against the Japanese. But Fang decides instead to kidnap the prince and demand a king’s ransom from the Japanese emperor…

China Version DVD comes with trailer and music video..
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Guns And Roses (DVD-9) (English Subtitled) (China Version)

Guns And Roses (DVD-9) (English Subtitled) (China Version)
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After Crazy Stone and Crazy Racer, China’s sixth-generation filmmaker Ning Hao kicks his caper comedies up a big notch with Guns and Roses. Given the biggest budget he has ever worked with, the acclaimed director is able to mix in elements of war, action, romance, and yet more surprises in a period setting, while keeping his trademark stylized storytelling and pitch-black humor intact. The cast this time is again toplined by the usual gang of Guo Tao, Liu Hua, and Huang Bo, along with Fan Wei, Tao Hong, and fresh faces Lei Jiayin and Cheng Yuanyuan. Opening in the lucrative Labor Day holidays of 2012, the film took merely nine days to break the RMB100 million barrier and become Ning Hao’s biggest blockbuster to date.

In the northeastern China of the tumultuous 1930s, small-time crook Xiao Dongbei (Lei Jiayin) is inadvertently embroiled in a daring heist orchestrated by the revolutionaries. They plan to thwart the Japanese army’s attempt to buy weapons from Italy by sneaking into their unbreakable and heavily guarded vault and steal the eight tons of gold inside. In the process, Xiao Dongbei and his crazy dad (Guo Tao) cross paths with the Manchurian top actress (Tao Hong), a group of self-sacrificing patriots, a fake pastor (Fan Wei), a treacherous Japanese military officer, and a banker’s willful daughter (Cheng Yuanyuan)….
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Tai Chi Hero (2012) (DVD) (China Version)

Tai Chi Hero (2012) (DVD) (China Version)
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The Tai Chi Hero rises in the highly anticipated follow-up to Stephen Fung’s ambitious kung fu action fantasy blockbuster Tai Chi 0! After all the intriguing setting up in the first film, the sequel smoothly shifts into high gear as it continues the amazing adventure of kung fu boy wonder Yang Luchan (Yuan Xiaochao). On the wedding day of Luchan and Yuliang (Angelababy), village outcast Zaiyang (William Feng) – the unruly eldest son of village chief Master Chen Changxing (Tony Leung Ka Fai) – suddenly comes back home with his wife Yun’er (Nikki Hsieh) after an absence of ten years. Soon afterwards, inexplicable things begin to happen in the village, and the villagers blame Luchan, the outsider, for the ominous happenings and call for his banishment. Meanwhile, after finding out about Luchan’s past with the rebels, a vengeful Fang Zijing (Eddie Peng) brings his latest WMD to attack the Chen village. Determined to sacrifice himself for the village, Master Chen asks Luchan and Yuliang to seek help from the imperial court in the capital, where the best martial artists in the nation reside….
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Tai Chi Hero (2012) (DVD-9) (China Version)

Tai Chi Hero (2012) (DVD-9) (China Version)
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The Tai Chi Hero rises in the highly anticipated follow-up to Stephen Fung’s ambitious kung fu action fantasy blockbuster Tai Chi 0! After all the intriguing setting up in the first film, the sequel smoothly shifts into high gear as it continues the amazing adventure of kung fu boy wonder Yang Luchan (Yuan Xiaochao). On the wedding day of Luchan and Yuliang (Angelababy), village outcast Zaiyang (William Feng) – the unruly eldest son of village chief Master Chen Changxing (Tony Leung Ka Fai) – suddenly comes back home with his wife Yun’er (Nikki Hsieh) after an absence of ten years. Soon afterwards, inexplicable things begin to happen in the village, and the villagers blame Luchan, the outsider, for the ominous happenings and call for his banishment. Meanwhile, after finding out about Luchan’s past with the rebels, a vengeful Fang Zijing (Eddie Peng) brings his latest WMD to attack the Chen village. Determined to sacrifice himself for the village, Master Chen asks Luchan and Yuliang to seek help from the imperial court in the capital, where the best martial artists in the nation reside….
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Tuya’s Marriage (DVD) (English Subtitled) (China Version)

Tuya's Marriage (DVD) (English Subtitled) (China Version)
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A touching film set in the vast landscape of Mongolia, Tuya’s Marriage won the Golden Bear at the 57th Berlin Film Festival. Director Wang Quan’an captures the inner struggles of a woman torn between her love for her husband and economic difficulties. Versatile actress Yu Nan, who has starred in three of Wang’s four movies thus far, convincingly delivers the tough character and vulnerable moments of Tuya, the main character of the film. Wang demonstrates his ability to tell a delicate story from a feminist angle, moving male and female viewers alike.

Tuya’s life seems more difficult than that of any other Mongolian woman, for she has to take care of the whole family after her husband, Bater, becomes disabled. Bater tries to convince Tuya to divorce him so that she can re-marry a financially sound husband, but Tuya refuses until she falls ill because of overwork. She starts looking for a new husband, who must agree to look after Bater….
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