The Kingdom And The Beauty (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)

The Kingdom And The Beauty (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)
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One of the first cinematic adaptations of the Chinese folklore The Wandering Dragon Seduces the Phoenix, Li Han Hsiang’s The Kingdom and the Beauty is one of the most successful films in 1960s Hong Kong and one of the best-known films from the Shaw Brothers Studio. Starring screen legend Lam Doi and Chao Lei, the grand old-fashioned melodrama is a take on the classical tale about an emperor who wanders out to the real world and meets the true love of his life. Boasting an emotional story, vivid production design, and great acting, The Kingdom and the Beauty won Best Picture at the sixth Asia Pacific Film Festival, and it’s also named one of the best 100 Chinese-language films ever made by the Hong Kong Film Awards. Digitally remastered, there is no better time to experience this Hong Kong cinema classic.

Bored by his life in the palace, the Emperor (Chao Lei) decides to escape to the real world with a homebound guard. There, he finds love at first sight with local waitress Li Feng (Lam Doi). After a period of courting, the two fall in love in spite of warnings by Li Feng’s friend Ta Niu (legendary director King Hu). Unfortunately, his doubts come true when the imperial guards show up to bring the Emperor back to the Forbidden City. What will the Emperor choose in the end: the kingdom or the beauty?.
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American Dreams in China (2013) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)

American Dreams in China (2013) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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In the 1980s, China was undergoing rapid economic reform. This meant that many young Chinese had the opportunity to look for a better life through higher education, both at home and abroad. Many of those hardworking students are now some of China’s most successful entrepreneurs. Hong Kong director Peter Chan now pays tribute to those dreamers with American Dreams in China. The hit comedy drama traces the two-decade journey of three friends, from their humble university days to becoming the co-founders of an amazingly successful English school. While the story is based on a real English education institute in China, Chan also integrates some of his own experiences as a foreign student in the United States into the film.

Chan’s first character drama since his award-winning classic Comrades, Almost a Love Story, Dreams may lack the spectacle of Warlords or the visceral action of Wu Xia. However, it compensates for that with a strong cast, comprised of Huang Xiaoming (The Last Tycoon), Tong Dawei (The Flowers of War) and Deng Chao (The Four), as well as the acting debut of supermodel Du Juan. The legendary Christopher Doyle (Chungking Express, Happy Together) also brings his eye for exquisite visuals as the cinematographer of this humorous drama about friendship, ambition and English language education.

Cheng Dongxing (Huang Xiaoming), Meng Xiaojun (Deng Chao) and Wang Yang (Tong Dawei) are three university friends who, like many other young people in 1980s China, dream of going to the United States. However, only Xiaojun is able to get a visa to the United States, leaving his two friends behind. After getting fired from his dead-end English teaching job in the university and a failed relationship with the beautiful Su Mei (Du Juan), Dongxing learns to turn his life’s failures into lesson material. With Wang Yang’s help, Dongxing’s small private English teaching lessons eventually become a small English school in a run-down countryside factory. When Xiaojun returns to China, disillusioned about the so-called “American Dream,” he decides to join Dongxing and Yang’s school. Within just a few years, their school grows into an education empire..
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PTU (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)

PTU (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Recognized for Best Original Screenplay at the 40th Golden Horse Awards and Best Director at the 23rd Hong Kong Film Awards, Johnnie To’s brilliant 2003 police drama PTU patrols the dark, sleepless streets of Hong Kong over one very eventful night. With hardboiled anti-heroes and thrilling gunfights aesthetically washed in noir colors, PTU is a quintessential police triad drama from the master of the genre. Donning the signature black beret of the Hong Kong Police Tactical Unit, Simon Yam (Election) gives a perfectly steely and charismatic performance as a PTU officer on a coldly determined mission to find a missing police gun. Johnnie To regulars Lam Suet, Raymond Wong, Maggie Siu, and Ruby Wong play fellow police officers, while veterans Lo Hoi Pang and Eddy Ko face off as triad leaders.

The night starts like any other as PTU sergeant Mike (Simon Yam) and his squad begin their patrol. They come across Officer Lo (Lam Suet) who was beaten up in the streets by triads, and woke up to find his gun is missing. Afraid of disciplinary action, Lo desperately asks Mike for help recovering his gun before daybreak. While Mike and his team sweep the midnight haunts and usual suspects for leads, a gang war slowly breaks out on the streets over the murder of triad leader Bald Head’s (Lo Hoi Pang) son. As the night unfolds, threads cross, events escalate, and the line between cop and crook blurs as all sides draw blood for the same reason: protecting their own..
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We Were There: Part 1 (2013) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)

We Were There: Part 1 (2013) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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Solanin director Miki Takahiro brings the touching love story of Yano and Nanami to life with the film version of award-winning manga series We Were There (a.k.a. Bokura ga Ita). An epic story that spans over seven years, We Were There is an emotional story about love, loss, and learning how to move on. Miki and scriptwriter Yoshida Tomoko (Closed Note) ambitiously adapts the entire manga into two films, both of which became major box office hits in Japan. In addition to up-and-coming superstars Yoshitaka Yuriko (Robo-G) and Ikuta Toma (Tale of Genji) co-starring as the star-crossed lovers, We Were There also stars Takaoka Sosuke (Thirteen Assassins), Motokariya Yuika (Wild 7), and Komatsu Ayaka (Killer Virgin Road).

Part one of We Were There covers the first half of the series, depicting the high school days of Nanami (Yoshitaka Yuriko) and Yano (Ikuta Toma). Despite some initial misunderstandings, first-year student Nanami falls in with popular Yano. However, Yano is still reeling from the death of his girlfriend Nana and the fallout from it. Things get complicated when Yano’s best friend Masafumi (Takaoka Sosuke) confesses his feelings for Nanami and become Yano’s romantic rival. Who will Nanami choose in the end?.
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Once Upon A Time In China III (1993) (DVD) (Digitally Remastered & Restored) (Hong Kong Version)

Once Upon A Time In China III (1993) (DVD) (Digitally Remastered & Restored) (Hong Kong Version)
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There are hundreds of movies about Wong Fei Hung, but the ones that have gained the highest worldwide reputation have to be Hong Kong auteur Tsui Hark’s Once Upon a Time in China series made in the 1990s. Embodying the charisma, righteousness, and martial arts prowess of the historical Chinese kung fu hero, action superstar Jet Li has arguably owned the role, and his portrayal of the legendary figure has set a new standard against which future Wong Fei Hung actors be measured. The writer-director and star’s golden first film in 1991 was such a great critical and commercial triumph, it spawned the even more successful sequel (1992) and the worthy third installment (1993) to complete a landmark martial arts trilogy that is required viewing for any action film fans.

Co-starring Max Mok, Rosamund Kwan, Lau Shun, and kung fu wonder Xiong Xinxin, Once Upon a Time in China III‘s exhilarating fight scenes unfold against the backdrop of a Lion Dance competition (essentially a martial arts contest) organized by the head minister on the Empress Dowager’s order. Master Wong Fei Hung (Jet Li) is in the capital city visiting his father, and he only reluctantly enters the competition when local gang lord Chiu is causing chaos amidst the rivaling martial arts schools. Chiu sends his kung fu hitman, Clubfoot (Xiong Xinxin), to challenge Master Wong. Meanwhile, Wong has to ward off the advances of the Russian admirer made to his lover Thirteen Aunt (Rosamund Kwan), who inadvertently uncovers a sinister plot to assassinate the head minister during the Lion Dance competition..
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