Thermae Romae II (DVD) (Taiwan Version)

Thermae Romae II (DVD) (Taiwan Version)
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The epic time traveling adventure of Lucius continues with Thermae Romae II, the blockbuster sequel to the fantasy comedy based on Yamazaki Mari’s manga series. Abe Hiroshi reprises his role as Lucius, a bath architect in ancient Rome who can magically travel to modern Japan to get ideas for his designs. Charged with building a soothing bath for tired gladiators of the coliseum, Lucius gains inspirations from water parks, unisex baths and even the local ramen shop at a hot springs community. In addition to a hilariously deadpanned Abe, Ueto Aya also returns as Lucius’ ditzy modern love interest in this big-budget fantasy sequel..
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Kamui – The Lone Ninja (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)

Kamui - The Lone Ninja (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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Popular actor Matsuyama Kenichi (Detroit Metal City) plays a ninja on the run in Blood and Bones director Sai Yoichi’s latest film Kamui. Co-scripted by acclaimed screenwriter Kudo Kankuro, the period action film is based on Shirato Sanpei’s manga about a fugitive ninja hunted by his former comrades. An exciting blend of fantasy, action, and historical adventure, the film surrounds Matsuyama’s lone brooding ninja with spectacular CGI and a star-studded cast that includes Koyuki (Blood: The Last Vampire), Ito Hideaki (Umizaru), veteran Kobayashi Kaoru, Tsuchiya Anna (Sakuran), Ohgo Suzuka (Into the Faraway Sky), Hong Kong star Ekin Cheng (The Storm Warriors), and Yamazaki Tsutomu as the narrator.

Low-ranking ninja Kamui (Matsuyama Kenichi) seeks the freedom to live life as he wishes, but he is bound by the rules of feudal Japan and his clan. He who is born a ninja, dies a ninja. Constantly on the run from other ninjas out for his life, Kamui trusts and cares for no one until fate brings him to a fishing village where he meets fisherman Hanbei (Kobayashi Kaoru) and his family..
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Red Cliff 2 (DVD) (2-Disc Edition) (Hong Kong Version)

Red Cliff 2 (DVD) (2-Disc Edition) (Hong Kong Version)
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After breaking box-office records with the 2008 release of Red Cliff, John Woo concludes his epic Three Kingdoms adaptation with Red Cliff 2. Tony Leung Chiu Wai (Infernal Affairs) and Kaneshiro Takeshi (Perhaps Love) return as Zhou Yu and Zhuge Liang, and Zhang Feng Yi (Farewell, My Concubine) acts up a storm as the power-hungry Cao Cao. Chang Chen (The Go Master), Vicki Zhao (Painted Skin), Hu Jun (Infernal Affairs 2) and Nakamura Shido (Fearless) lend support, with Taiwanese model Lin Chi Ling taking on an expanded role as the beautiful Xiao Qiao, and Mainland actor Tong Da Wei joining the cast as one of Cao Cao’s soldiers.

Despite the all-star cast, the action sequences are the star of this sequel. Red Cliff 2 climaxes with a riveting and stunningly realized fire attack at the water port of Red Cliff, as Zhao Yu leads the aligned Wu and Shu forces in a desperate attempt to repel Cao Cao’s forces. In between the bloodletting and pyrotechnics, John Woo weaves in his trademark themes of brotherhood and honor, finding as much space in the film for emotion and character as he does for explosions and swordplay. A satisfying and vastly entertaining counterpart to the first film, Red Cliff 2 is already one of 2009’s Chinese cinema highlights.

Picking up where the first film left off, Red Cliff 2 finds Wu princess Sun Shang Xiang (Vicki Zhao) behind enemy lines. As she plays spy for Shu strategist Zhuge Liang (Kaneshiro Takeshi), Sun Shang Xiang strikes up an inadvertent friendship with an unknowing enemy (Tong Da Wei). Beset by typhoid, Liu Bei (You Yong) and the Shu forces retreat, leaving only Zhuge Liang to aid the remaining forces of Wu. Zhuge Liang and Zhou Yu (Tony Leung Chiu Wai) resort to subterfuge and cunning mindgames, seeking any advantage against the increasingly overconfident Cao Cao (Zhang Feng Yi). However, their forces are still vastly outnumbered by Cao Cao’s, and with the battle fast approaching, victory seems far from assured. In the end, their only hope may by an unexpected plan launched by Zhou Yu’s wife, the beautiful Xiao Qiao (Lin Chi Ling), as well as a surprising change in the wind….
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Only Yesterday (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)

Only Yesterday (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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In direct contrast with the fantastic adventures created by Studio Ghibli co-founder Miyazaki Hayao, director Takahata Isao uses the animation platform to tell more down-to-earth stories that challenged traditional animation conventions. 1991’s Only Yesterday is one of these films. Partly based on the manga by Okamoto Hotaru and Tone Yuko, the drama chronicles an urban woman’s literal journey to the countryside away from her troubles in the city, as well as her mental journey back to her carefree childhood days, when things were far simpler. To ensure the animation reflect the realistic style of the story, Only Yesterday was one of the first Japanese animated films to break tradition and have animators draw according to the actors’ voice performances.

27-year-old Taeko has lived in Tokyo her whole life. After experiencing the daily grind as a company employee, she decides to go to Yamagata to visit her sister-in-laws to get away from city life. Along the way, Taeko begins to reflect on her life as child, when her biggest worry was being able to go on holidays like her classmates. While her time in Yamagata makes her rethink the priorities in her adult life, she also remembers other childhood events like first love and worrying about her grades. In the process, Taeko begins to wonder whether she had been on the right path all these years

This edition includes storyboards and trailers..
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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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Dust in the Wind / A Time to Live and a Time to Die Digital Remaster Boxset (Blu-ray) (Taiwan Version)

Dust in the Wind / A Time to Live and a Time to Die Digital Remaster Boxset (Blu-ray) (Taiwan Version)
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Two of the most beloved classics of New Taiwan Cinema, Hou Hsiao Hsien’s Dust in the Wind and A Time to Live and a Time to Die have been painstakingly remastered by Taiwan’s Central Motion Pictures into new 2K high-definition prints! Catch these masterpieces in a way you’ve never seen them before with this special box set!

Dust in the Wind (1987)
Hou brings his signature long-take style to chronicle a bittersweet romance based on the life of co-screenwriter Wu Nien Jen (also the star of Edward Yang’s Yi Yi). Two childhood sweethearts move to Taipei from their rural home to make a living – one as a laborer in a printing factory, and the other as an assistant seamstress. Just when the two seem destined for marriage, the man is called into military duty in the far-off Kinmen County.

A Time to Live and a Time to Die (1985)
A beloved classic of Taiwan Cinema, Hou Hsiao Hsien’s 1985 feature A Time To Live and A Time to Die is a semi-autobiographical tale of the director’s own coming-of-age experiences. As typical of Hou’s films, the quiet family saga about growing up in postwar Taiwan is simple, slow and spare while exuding a plain elegance and devastating honesty. The matter-of-fact portrait of life and death takes the young hero through childhood memories of school, friendship and puppy love, as well as the acute pain of loss and suffering that come with age.

This edition comes with a serial numbered notebook and production log, only available while supplies last..
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