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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Painted Skin: The Resurrection (2012) (DVD-9) (China Version) at 14.99 USD from YesAsia
Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Painted Skin: The Resurrection (2012) (DVD-9) (China Version)
RM 66.50
While billed as the sequel to Gordon Chan's Painted Skin (2008), Wuershan's Painted Skin: The Resurrection can be seen as a standalone film sharing similar themes, but ultimately a different and perhaps more intriguing take of the classic story from Liao Zhai. The Golden Horse Award-winning new director, who displayed his visual flair in his debut feature The Butcher, the Chef and the Swordsman, works magic with the big-budget costume fantasy epic, blending action, horror, spectacular effects, and a gripping tale of love and sacrifice involving humans and demons.

Painted Skin's star trio Zhou Xun, Vicki Zhao, and Aloys Chen return to topline the sequel, with Zhou again playing the foxy seductress, wreaking havoc between a pair of lovers played by Zhao and Chen. Mini Yang and William Feng, the popular duo from the hit drama Palace, add to the film's star appeal in key supporting roles, while singer/actor Kris Phillips and actress Chen Tingjia vie for the spotlight as the villainous wizard and the barbarian queen, respectively. Produced by renowned filmmaker Chen Kuo Fu (Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame), the 3D mega-blockbuster raked in over RMB700 million at the Mainland box office, beating Let the Bullets Fly to become the new highest-grossing local film in China.

Fox demon Xiaowei (Zhou Xun) has been trapped in ice for centuries, until bird spirit Que'er (Mini Yang) inadvertently releases her from the imprisonment. Xiaowei wants nothing more than to become human, but she needs to find someone who is willing to give up their heart. She crosses paths with scarred Princess Jing (Vicki Zhao) when the latter is running away from her arranged marriage with the Wolf Kingdom's prince. Jing is on her way to find her beau, Huo Xin (Aloys Chen), a General on self-imposed exile as he blames himself for his failure to protect the Princess. Jing is eventually reunited with Huo Xin on the western frontier, only to find that he is bewitched by Xiaowei's beauty. Desperate to win back her true love at any cost, Jing agrees to exchange her heart with Xiaowei's face, not knowing that to maintain this entrancing appearance, she will have to devour a living man's heart every day...

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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD 1911 (DVD-9) (China Version) at 2.49 USD from YesAsia
Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD 1911 (DVD-9) (China Version)
RM 11.00
One spark can start a fire that changes everything. For modern China, that spark was the Xinhai Revolution. 2011 marks the 100th anniversary of this important turning point in contemporary Chinese history, and Hong Kong superstar Jackie Chan is commemorating the milestone by making 1911 the 100th film of his career. In addition to starring in the film as Huang Xing, the man who led forces on the battlefield during the revolution, Chan also acts as the chief director of this big-budget historical epic. Covering the events of 1911 - including the Huanghuagang Uprising, Sun Yat-sen's attempts to raise support for the revolution, and the political chaos following the revolution - 1911 is one of Chan's biggest and most important films.

In addition to the action superstar in a rare dramatic role, 1911 also co-stars Winston Chao (Road to Dawn) as Sun Yat-sen, Li Bing Bing (Detective Dee), Jiang Wu (Let the Bullets Fly), Joan Chen, Hu Ge, and Jaycee Chan. One of the most anticipated films of 2011, 1911 was one of the opening films at the 2011 Tokyo International Film Festival.

In late 1910, Sun Yat-sen and his Tongmenghui brethren - including Huang Xing (Jackie Chan) - meet in Malaysia to prepare for the Huanghuagang Uprising in Guangzhou. Even though the uprising, which involves an attack on the governor's office, ends in failure, other uprisings begin to follow, troubling the Empress Dowager (Joan Chen). To prevent the Qing court from stopping the revolution, Sun Yat-sen travels to Europe to stop banks from lending money to the Qing government. Meanwhile, Huang Xing continues to fight on the battlefields, facing death everyday...

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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD All's Well, End's Well 2012 (DVD-9) (China Version) at 12.99 USD from YesAsia
Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD All's Well, End's Well 2012 (DVD-9) (China Version)
RM 57.60
Embrace love and happiness with the latest installment of the All's Well, End's Well series! Star/producer Raymond Wong brings last year's core cast and crew back for the 2012 edition of the most famous Lunar New Year movie franchise on the 20th anniversary of the original classic. Co-directed by Chan Hing Ka and Janet Chun, the heartwarming romantic comedy with lots of charm and hilarity to spare features action superstar Donnie Yen in his best comedic role yet, as well as Louis Koo, Sandra Ng, and pop diva Kelly Chen back from her motherhood break. And, besides returning actors Chapman To, Lynn Xiong, Ronald Cheng, and Raymond Wong himself, the star-studded cast is further boosted by the addition of China idol Mini Yang, teen actress Karena Ng (Magic to Win), and singer Jeremy Liu in his movie debut.

There is this website where men can sign up to be volunteers for women who need assistance, and when the missions are accomplished, they get a hug of gratitude in return. So, aging rocker Carl (Donnie Yen) is assigned to help has-been pop star Chelsia (Sandra Ng) to revive her career. Hunky construction worker Ken (Louis Koo) gets to be the model for famous photographer Julie (Kelly Chen). Cynical romance novel writer Hugo (Chapman To) has to guide blind girl Charmine (Lynn Xiong), who has never dated, in her first taste of love. A divorced man and a lousy father to boot, lawyer Richard (Raymond Wong) is sent to play daddy to orphaned heiress Cecilia (Mini Yang) and must help her find Mr. Right within a month. By offering help to the ladies, these four gentlemen eventually find the missing pieces of their lives as well.

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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Midnight Train (DVD-9) (China Version) at 10.99 USD from YesAsia
Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Midnight Train (DVD-9) (China Version)
RM 48.70
Midnight Train (DVD-9) (China Version)
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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Death And Glory In Changde (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (China Version) at 26.99 USD from YesAsia
Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Death And Glory In Changde (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (China Version)
RM 119.70
Chinese war epic Death and Glory in Changde depicts the brutality of the Battle of Changde in 1943, when 8,000 soldiers of the Chinese Nationalist army fought against all odds and defended the city against the 40,000-strong Japanese imperial army. Featuring 60 minutes of intense war action, the RMB30-million film is On the Mountain of Tai Hang director Shen Dong's tribute to the heroes who wrote history with their lives. Veteran Hong Kong screen star Ray Lui plays the valiant Chinese commander while popular Taiwan actress Ady An and Mainland heartthrob Yuan Wenkang (Assembly) have a touching battlefield romance.

In October 1943, the imperial Japanese army laid siege to Changde in China's Hunan Province, and the 57th Division of the Chinese Nationalist army (hailed as the "Tiger Warriors") was assigned to defend the city. After evacuating the entire population of Changde, Commander Yu Chengwan (Ray Lui) vows to stand fast or fall with the city. Retreat is not an option for the vastly outnumbered Chinese soldiers, among whom is Feng Baohua (Yuan Wenkang). The war cruelly separates the brave Baohua from his beautiful bride Wanqing (Ady An), who decides to follow him to the frontline and becomes an army nurse...

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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Say Yes (2013) (DVD-9) (China Version) at 14.99 USD from YesAsia
Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Say Yes (2013) (DVD-9) (China Version)
RM 66.50
The 1991 Japanese television drama 101st Proposal about a kind white collar worker who can't find a wife and a beautiful cellist that he falls in love with is so popular in Asia that it has been remade in both Korea and China. The story now gets its second feature film remake with Say Yes, directed by Leste Chen. The Love on Credit director reunites with his Credit star Lin Chiling, who plays the commitment-phobic cellist alongside comedy star Huang Bo (Lost in Thailand, Journey to the West). Like the unlikely match up in the original drama, Huang and Lin strike up great screen chemistry in this charming, heartwarming romance about looking beyond appearances and finding the courage to love again. An official remake co-produced with Japan's Fuji Television, Say Yes even features a special cameo by Takeda Tetsuya, the star of the original TV drama.

Huang Da (Huang Bo) is an honest blue-collar worker who has trouble finding a wife due to his lack of self-confidence. He's had 99 failed blind dates and is ready to give up altogether. That is, until he meets the beautiful Yeh Shun (Lin Chiling), a cellist who is still hurt from being abandoned at the altar three years ago by Xu Zhuo (Godfrey Gao). After meeting due to a misunderstanding, Yeh Shun and Huang Da become friends. Will Huang Da find the self-confidence to pursue the beauty? Will Yeh Shun find the courage to pick up the pieces and love again?

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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD China Inheriting - Mount Tai (Blu-ray) (China Version) at 38.99 USD from YesAsia
Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD China Inheriting - Mount Tai (Blu-ray) (China Version)
RM 172.90
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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD The Incredible Truth (2012) (DVD-9) (China Version) at 12.99 USD from YesAsia
Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD The Incredible Truth (2012) (DVD-9) (China Version)
RM 57.60
Explore the terror of the unknown and post-disaster nuclear paranoia in Japan in The Incredible Truth, a horror-mystery from Hong Kong director Sam Leong. Shot mostly on location in Japan, The Incredible Truth stars Christie Chung as a Wei Ling, a woman who goes to Japan after her best friend Jia Jia (Liu Yan) goes missing. Her search takes her to an isolated hot springs hotel in the countryside, where nothing is what it appears to be. In addition to Chung, The Incredible Truth also features a multi national cast that includes Sam Lee (Dog Bite Dog), Tony Ho (Due West), Kagurazaka Megumi (Guilty of Romance) and Kunimura Jun (Outrage).
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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD The Last Supper (2012) (DVD-9) (China Version) at 14.99 USD from YesAsia
Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD The Last Supper (2012) (DVD-9) (China Version)
RM 66.50
In 2011, two films about the Feast at Hong Gate a pivotal event during the Chu-Han Contention that has since become popular in Chinese literature and pop culture went into production around the same time: White Vengeance by Daniel Lee (Three Kingdoms: Resurrection of the Dragon) and The Last Supper by Lu Chuan (City of Life and Death). While White Vengeance likens the deadly rivalry between Liu Bang and Xiang Yu to a game of chess, The Last Supper takes an almost operatic approach to the story, creating a grandiose, visually breathtaking epic that offers a fresh perspective on one of the most famous banquets in Chinese history. Liu Ye (City of Life and Death), Daniel Wu (Overheard) and Chang Chen (The Grandmaster) co-star in this bold, controversial film that implies the seeds of modern Chinese politics may have been planted as far back as 2,000 years ago.

After years of war that led to the establishment of the Han Dynasty, Emperor Liu Bang (Liu Ye) has become paranoid about conspirators around him and plagued by nightmares. In his nightmares, he begins to remember his rise to the throne, starting with his days as a peasant fighting the Qin ruler under the leadership of Xiang Yu (Daniel Wu). However, when Liu is suspected of betraying Xiang by entering the Qin Palace before his lord after their victory, Xiang's advisors conspire to kill Liu during a banquet at Hong Gate. Liu escapes and wins a brutal war with Xiang's forces, thanks to help from defected general Han Xin (Chang Chen). However, Liu's victory prompts him to rethink the Hong Gate banquet and the events surrounding it.

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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Ganglamedo (Blu-ray) (China Version) at 26.99 USD from YesAsia
Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Ganglamedo (Blu-ray) (China Version)
RM 119.70
Award-winning Chinese MV director Dai Wei made her feature film debut with a mystical tale of love lost and found set to entrancing Tibetan music. Shot on location in Tibet for over three years, Ganglamedo takes viewers into the ancient culture, religious customs, and spectacular scenery of the capital of Eastern spirituality. Korean singer Kang Se Jeong and The Road Home actor Zheng Hao star in the 2008 romantic musical, which prominently features a score blending the ethnic music of Tibet with modern electronic pop/rock sound from veteran musician Lao Zai.

Beautiful audio technician An Yu (Kang Se Jeong) was once a popular singer famous for her rendition of the Tibetan folk song Ganglamedo, until she inexplicably lost her voice one day. Following the call of a mysterious songstress in her dreams, An Yu finds herself headed for the sacred lake in Tibet, where she finds not only blissful love, but also the secret of the vanished bride in the local legend originated 60 years ago...

China Version Blu-ray comes with theatrical trailer, cast and crew interviews, and 3 music videos.

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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Tai Chi 0 (2012) (DVD-9) (China Version) at 12.99 USD from YesAsia
Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Tai Chi 0 (2012) (DVD-9) (China Version)
RM 57.60
Tai Chi presents a new breed of Chinese kung fu movies like you've never seen it before! Producer Chen Kuo Fu (Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame) and director Stephen Fung (House of Fury) audaciously attempt to rejuvenate period kung fu films by fusing the gist of the genre with elements of comic book, video game and even Victorian steampunk. Envisioned as a big-budget trilogy, Tai Chi tells the classical story of a martial arts master's journey from zero to hero, and its first two installments neatly named Tai Chi 0 and Tai Chi Hero, respectively were produced and subsequently released back-to-back in 3D.

Starring Tony Leung Ka Fai, Eddie Peng, Angelababy and William Feng, Tai Chi 0 introduces newcomer Yuan Xiaochao (formerly an Olympic gold medal-winning wushu athlete) as the male lead, with special appearances by Shu Qi, Daniel Wu and many other star cameos to round out the stellar cast. Behind the camera, the innovative hybrid kung fu comedy boasts over-the-top fight scenes choreographed by legendary action director Sammo Hung as well as stylish production design from Oscar-winning art director Timmy Yip, both of whom earned Golden Horse Awards nominations for their groundbreaking works here.

Set in the chaotic early-19th century China, Tai Chi 0 follows martial arts prodigy Yang Luchan (Yuan Xiaochao), a goofy young man born with a special gift that, when triggered, turns him temporarily into an invincible fighter. Unfortunately, that untamed superpower is lethal for Luchan, and to save his life, he is advised to go to the Chen village to learn their school of tai chi. However, the villagers are forbidden to teach their kung fu to outsiders, and the hapless boy learns it the hard way when he tries to force his way in. Meanwhile, the eccentric village head Master Chen Changxing (Tony Leung Ka Fai) learns that their village is targeted for demolition in order to make way for the railway. He realizes that the key to defeating TROY No.1 the massive mechanical monster manned by the malevolent railway engineer Fang Zijing (Eddie Peng) lies in his daughter Yuliang (Angelababy) and Luchan...

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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD City of Life and Death (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (China Version) at 29.99 USD from YesAsia
Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD City of Life and Death (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (China Version)
RM 133.00
Nanjing, 1937.

The third film from award-winning Sixth Generation director Lu Chuan (Kekexili: Mountain Patrol), City of Life and Death is a devastating account of the massacre that occurred during the Sino-Japanese War when Japanese troops took the city of Nanjing in December 1937, a tragedy remembered as the Rape of Nanking. Shot completely in black and white, this powerful war drama unflinchingly captures the shocking violence and brutality of the Nanjing massacre, from the mass executions of POWs to the raping and slaughtering of civilians, while providing a deeply human portrait of both the victims and the perpetrators.

Rendered in many shades of gray, City of Life and Death touches on the different people whose lives are destroyed by the war: the Chinese soldiers who gave their lives, the foreign missionaries who sheltered refugees, the comfort women, the Chinese civilians, and the Japanese soldiers. In a surprising move for a Mainland Chinese film about the Rape of Nanking, City of Life and Death is told primarily from the perspective of a Japanese soldier, played by Nakaizumi Hideo (United Red Army), who witnesses, commits, and abhors the atrocities of his army. The film's large ensemble cast includes Liu Ye (Curse of the Golden Flower) as a fearless Chinese soldier; Gao Yuanyuan (Love in the City) as a selfless missionary teacher; John Paisley as John Rabe, a German businessman who helped establish the Nanjing Safety Zone and save thousands of civilians; and Fan Wei (Gimme Kudos) as Rabe's secretary, who collaborates with the Japanese to try to save his family. By choosing to humanize rather than demonize, Lu Chuan offers an all the more devastating memory of the Nanjing massacre, and the people who lived and died in the City of Life and Death.

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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD White Vengeance (2011) (DVD-9) (China Version) at 12.99 USD from YesAsia
Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD White Vengeance (2011) (DVD-9) (China Version)
RM 57.60
With the success of Three Kingdoms: Resurrection of the Dragon, Hong Kong filmmaker Daniel Lee tackles another mind-blowing Chinese historical war epic! In White Vengeance, the acclaimed writer-director offers an intriguing reinterpretation of the Banquet at Hongmen, the decisive incident that took place in the turbulent years of the Chu-Han Contention following the fall of the Qin dynasty some 2,200 years ago. Leon Lai (Forever Enthralled) stars as ambitious rebel leader Liu Bang, who is invited to the banquet hosted by his arch-rival Xiang Yu, played against type by TV idol William Feng (Palace). As the focal point of this intense and thrilling historical tale, the banquet becomes a deadly battle of wits and guts between the two contending heroes and their aides, played by Anthony Wong (Punished), Zhang Hanyu (Assembly), and Jordon Chan (Once a Gangster). In addition, the star-studded cast also boasts the presence of Andy On (True Legend) as Liu Bang's military ally Han Xin, and Crystal Liu (A Chinese Ghost Story) as Xiang Yu's lover Yuji.

In the final years of the Qin dynasty, China is in complete chaos, and whoever takes control of the fallen Qin capital Xianyang will effectively ascend the throne to be the new Emperor. Western Chu's warrior king Xiang Yu is the most prominent candidate to rise to power, while his sworn brother Liu Bang has somewhat reluctantly become another warlord. Although Liu Bang's Han army reaches Xianyang first, he knows that he is no match for the powerful Xiang Yu, so he prudently retreats and pledges allegiance to him. However, Xiang Yu's chief strategist Fan Zeng (Anthony Wong) recognizes Liu Bang's ambitions, and he decides to lay a trap in the guise of a banquet to uproot this threat once and for all. Liu Bang knows the hidden danger, but his loyal advisor Zhang Liang (Zhang Hanyu) urges him to attend the banquet no matter what, or risk being crushed mercilessly by Xiang Yu's mighty forces. Can Liu Bang escape the deadly plot at the banquet, and turn the tide in his favor?

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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD The Guillotines (2012) (DVD-9) (China Version) at 12.99 USD from YesAsia
Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD The Guillotines (2012) (DVD-9) (China Version)
RM 57.60
After re-imagining Shaw Brothers' Blood Brothers with The Warlords, director Peter Chan steps back to become the producer for another Shaw Brothers-influenced venture. This time, Hong Kong blockbuster director Andrew Lau (Young and Dangerous, Infernal Affairs) takes the helm for The Guillotines, an explosive action spectacular that's also an emotionally powerful drama about brotherhood and the price of waging war in the name of peace. In addition to the legendary flying weapon, the "guillotines" in the title also refers to a secret assassination squad in the Qing Dynasty out to capture a dangerous rebel only known to the world as Wolf.

Led by superstar Huang Xiaoming (The Message, Ip Man 2) as Wolf, The Guillotines's cast of popular young stars from the Greater China region also includes Ethan Ruan (Manga), Shawn Yue (Motorway), pop star Chris Lee (Bodyguards and Assassins), Jing Boran (The Bullet Vanishes) and Wen Zhang (Love is Not Blind).

Wielding a powerful flying weapon that can decapitate any enemy in a split second, the Guillotines is an assassination squad controlled only by the Emperor Qian Long (Wen Zhang). Led by Leng (Ethan Ruan), the Guillotines' latest mission is to rescue team member Musen (Chris Li) and capture Wolf (Huang Xiaoming), a dangerous rebel leader who managed to elude custody. With palace official Haidu (Shawn Yue) tagging along, the team follows Wolf to a village. However, the team doesn t know that Qian Long is also planning to eliminate them in the name of modernization.

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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Warriors of the Rainbow: Seediq Bale (Blu-ray) (China Version) at 38.99 USD from YesAsia
Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Warriors of the Rainbow: Seediq Bale (Blu-ray) (China Version)
RM 172.90
This release is the 2.5 hour international cut of Warriors of the Rainbow: Seediq Bale which condenses the two-part film into one feature.

Few Taiwan films are more anticipated than Wei Te Sheng's 2011 historical epic Warriors of the Rainbow: Seediq Bale, based on the true story of the 1930 Wushe Incident, when the aboriginal Seediq peoples rebelled against Japanese imperialist forces. Topping the critical and commercial success of Cape No. 7 would be difficult for Wei Te Sheng, but Taiwan's top-grossing director meets the challenge head-on with this ambitious and powerful epic. Produced by John Woo, Seediq Bale required US$25 million for its lush period detail and riveting action sequences, making it the biggest endeavor in the history of Taiwan cinema. Breaking opening day records, the sweeping blockbuster was Taiwan's highest-grossing homegrown film of 2011 and the winner of Best Film at the 48th Golden Horse Awards.

Seediq Bale Part 1 sows the seeds for the film's powerful final conflict, depicting how the Seediq people are demoralized and finally reborn by their continued subjugation by the Japanese. Stripped of their native hunting grounds and forced to work deforesting the very mountains they called home, the rival Seediq tribes rallied together and violently rose up against years of Japanese repression in the 1930 Wushe Incident. Part II depicts the grisly guerrilla warfare employed as the Seediq, led by Chief Mona Rudao (Lin Ching Tai), use Taiwan's mountains and forests to their advantage. But the Japanese employ modern warfare - airplanes, cannons, tear gas, and explosives - to mount their counterattack and the vastly outnumbered Seediq can only withstand for so long.

Shown in competition at the 68th Venice International Film Festival, Seediq Bale was shot primarily in the Seediq language, with some Mandarin, Taiwanese, and Japanese. Seediq priest Lin Ching Tai stars as the leader of the revolt, legendary warrior Mona Rudao, whose image is on Taiwan's 20NT coin today. Japanese actor Ando Masanobu (The Butcher, The Chef & The Swordsman), television actor and director Umin Boya, Golden Horse Best Supporting Actor winner Bokeh Kosang, Cape No. 7's Tanaka Chie, and singers Landy Wen, Irene Luo, and Vivian Hsu (Hot Summer Days) are among the film's large ensemble cast of name stars and non-professional actors.

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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD True Legend (DVD-9) (DTS) (China Version) at 6.99 USD from YesAsia
Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD True Legend (DVD-9) (DTS) (China Version)
RM 31.00
From world-renowned action choreographer Yuen Woo Ping comes True Legend, the martial arts epic that sees him return to the director's chair he has vacated for 14 years. For his highly anticipated comeback project, Master Yuen is eager to bring the kung fu genre to a new frontier, so he employs 3D technology in the film, making it the pioneer in Chinese cinema to feature fight scenes rendered in 3D. Christine To's (Fearless) script chronicles the ups and downs in the life of martial arts legend, Beggar Su, played captivatingly by action star Vincent Zhao (Once Upon a Time in China series). His co-stars lend more oomph to the film, with Zhou Xun, Jay Chou, and Michelle Yeoh toplining, and Andy On and Guo Xiaodong in pivotal roles. For action aficionados, the appearances of Shaw Brothers star Gordon Liu, veteran actor Leung Ka Yan, action starlet Jiang Luxia, real-life boxing champion Cung Le, and Kill Bill badass David Carradine - who tragically passed away during post-production - should instantly make this a must-see!

Su Can (Vincent Zhao) dreams of creating a unique school of kung fu that will be followed for generations to come, but he loses the will to live once his joyous life with his beloved wife (Zhou Xun) and son is destroyed by his nemesis Yuan Lie (Andy On). His spirits hitting rock bottom, Su Can is reduced hopelessly to a drunkard and crazy beggar. But an encounter with the mysterious figure known as "Martial God" (Jay Chou) eventually brings him out of darkness and back onto his lifelong quest for the ultimate in martial arts. Through his invention of the "Drunken Fists" style, Su Can finally sees the way to rise from his ordeal and become a True Legend.

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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD True Legend (Blu-ray) (China Version) at 26.99 USD from YesAsia
Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD True Legend (Blu-ray) (China Version)
RM 119.70
From world-renowned action choreographer Yuen Woo Ping comes True Legend, the martial arts epic that sees him return to the director's chair he has vacated for 14 years. For his highly anticipated comeback project, Master Yuen is eager to bring the kung fu genre to a new frontier, so he employs 3D technology in the film, making it the pioneer in Chinese cinema to feature fight scenes rendered in 3D. Christine To's (Fearless) script chronicles the ups and downs in the life of martial arts legend, Beggar Su, played captivatingly by action star Vincent Zhao (Once Upon a Time in China series). His co-stars lend more oomph to the film, with Zhou Xun, Jay Chou, and Michelle Yeoh toplining, and Andy On and Guo Xiaodong in pivotal roles. For action aficionados, the appearances of Shaw Brothers star Gordon Liu, veteran actor Leung Ka Yan, action starlet Jiang Luxia, real-life boxing champion Cung Le, and Kill Bill badass David Carradine - who tragically passed away during post-production - should instantly make this a must-see!

Su Can (Vincent Zhao) dreams of creating a unique school of kung fu that will be followed for generations to come, but he loses the will to live once his joyous life with his beloved wife (Zhou Xun) and son is destroyed by his nemesis Yuan Lie (Andy On). His spirits hitting rock bottom, Su Can is reduced hopelessly to a drunkard and crazy beggar. But an encounter with the mysterious figure known as "Martial God" (Jay Chou) eventually brings him out of darkness and back onto his lifelong quest for the ultimate in martial arts. Through his invention of the "Drunken Fists" style, Su Can finally sees the way to rise from his ordeal and become a True Legend.

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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Nightmare (2012) (DVD-9) (China Version) at 9.99 USD from YesAsia
Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Nightmare (2012) (DVD-9) (China Version)
RM 44.30
The director of The Untold Story, The First 7th Night, and the best installments of the Troublesome Night series, Herman Yau returns to the horror-thriller territory with his latest frightfest Nightmare. Starring Fiona Sit (The Bounty) and Huang Xuan (Driverless), the atmospheric psychological thriller centers on white-collar slave Hao Dong (Huang Xuan), who suffers from chronic insomnia under the heavy pressure of urban life. Every sleepless night, he sees a ghostly woman clad in white (Zhou Chuchu, Dream Home) dying a grisly death before his eyes before vanishing into thin air. On the verge of mental breakdown, Hao receives hypnotic treatment from his psychiatrist girlfriend Yifan (Fiona Sit), and shocking secrets of a horrifying murder case buried deep in his mind for 20 years begin to surface...
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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Lost In Thailand (DVD-9) (China Version) at 5.99 USD from YesAsia
Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Lost In Thailand (DVD-9) (China Version)
RM 26.60
In 2010, comedic stars Xu Zheng (Love in the Buff) and Wang Baoqiang (A World Without Thieves) teamed up for Lost on Journey, a road comedy about two men trying to survive the annual Lunar New Year migration period. Made on a low budget, Lost on Journey was a surprise hit at the Chinese box office.

Two years later, Xu reunites with Wang for Lost in Thailand, a thematic follow-up that also marks Xu's directorial debut. Armed with a much bigger budget (several times higher than the original film), Xu takes the adventure to Thailand, the home of elephants, temples and the Water Festival. Joining the two travelers in the craziness is fellow comedy star Huang Bo (Crazy Racer), playing the villain in constant pursuit of the two heroes. Thanks to the popularity of the first film, the exotic locations and a theatrical release slot during the busiest cinema-going season of the year, Lost in Thailand shattered box office records and became the top-grossing local film in Chinese history.

After years of research, Xu Lang (Xu Zheng) finally found success in creating the Supergas Petroleum Enhancer. The only way he can get funding for additional development is to go to Thailand and have his company's majority shareholder sign a letter of attorney. However, his professional rival Gao Bo (Huang Bo) wants to sell the technology for a quick buck and will stop at nothing to get his own letter of attorney signed first. On the way to Thailand, Xu Lang encounters Wang Bo (Wang Baoqiang), a simple onion cake maker on his first vacation overseas. In the heat of the chase, Wang Bo ends up joining Xu Lang on an adventure across Thailand with Gao Bo close on their tail.

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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Sleepless Fashion (2011) (DVD-9) (China Version) at 12.99 USD from YesAsia
Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Sleepless Fashion (2011) (DVD-9) (China Version)
RM 57.60
Eight years after the idol drama Love Storm, Vic Chou and Vivian Hsu join hands once again in the big-screen comedy Sleepless Fashion. The charming stars team up with Canto-pop legend Alan Tam, singer Kimi Qiao, online celebrity the Chopsticks Brothers, and character actor Lam Suet in the hilarious, inspirational, and surprisingly touching underdog tale from poet-turned-director Yin Lichuan (writer of Zhang Yimou's Under the Hawthorn Tree movie). Vic Chou sheds his idol image to play arrogant fashion magazine editor Zhou Xiaohui, who is fired by his treacherous boss Alex (Alan Tam) for being too overtly outstanding. Eager to fight back, Xiaohui assembles a ragtag team of professional losers, including nerdy runner Yinghong (Vivian Hsu), clueless rich kid Wuyang (Kimi Qiao), and a country bumpkin photographer (Wang Taili), to embark on their bittersweet road back to success.

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2009 marks the 60th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China (PRC), and a host of films were specially made to commemorate the occasion. Among those films, The Founding of a Republic is the undisputed centerpiece of the lot, due mainly to its epic scope and the magnitude of talents involved in the production. Produced under the banner of the state-run China Film Group and its director Han Sanping, the ambitious project is helmed by Fifth-Generation director Huang Jianxin (Gimme Kudos) from a script by Wang Xingdong (The One Man Olympics). The historical epic chronicles the Chinese civil war from 1945 to 1949, during which the Chinese Communist Party overthrew the rule of Kuomintang and eventually established the PRC. The film opened in Mainland two weeks before the October 1st National Day, and the strong buzz has powered the film to stunning grosses at the box office. By its fifth weekend, this unstoppable juggernaut has raked in over RMB400 million to become the highest-grossing Chinese film of all time.

Perhaps what makes The Founding of a Republic such an attention grabber and commercial triumph is the huge ensemble cast that has come together under the great patriotic cause this movie represents. Over a hundred big-name Chinese showbiz personalities get starring roles in the event film, including many international superstars that reportedly make cameo appearances for free. Occupying the main roles are Tang Guoqiang (playing Mao Zedong), Zhang Guoli (Chiang Kai Shek), Xu Qing (Soong Ching Ling), Vivian Wu (Soong Mei Ling), Aloys Chen (Chiang Ching Kuo), Liu Jin (Zhou Enlai), Wang Wufu (Zhu De), and Wang Xueqi (Li Tsung Jen). In supporting parts there are Jet Li, Zhang Ziyi, Vicki Zhao, Huang Xiaoming, Liu Ye, Guo Xiaodong, Tong Dawei, Ge You, Hu Jun, Zhang Hanyu, Chen Hao, Ning Jing, Eva Huang, Chen Daoming, and Jiang Wen. Add to the mix popular Hong Kong movie stars like Jackie Chan, Andy Lau, Leon Lai, Donnie Yen, Tony Leung Ka Fai, and the stargazing still doesn't end there - even A-list directors Chen Kaige and Feng Xiaogang are onboard taking rare turns in front of the camera!

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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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RM 31.00
Can one night of passion lead to something that lasts longer? Hands in the Air director Jiang Sheng returns to filmmaking after seven years with the steamy romance drama To Love or Not. Alex Fong Chung Sun stars as Su Dong, a photographer who meets flight attendant Gu Ting (Li Shaoran) on a trip in Yunnan. After spending a night together, the two go their separate ways. However, fate brings them back together in Beijing, and they realize their passion from that night still remains. With their conflicting views on sex, relationship and love, can Su Dong and Gu Ting overcome their differences, or can their love exists for only one night at a time?
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Before receiving attention outside China as a writer on Wong Kar Wai's The Grandmasters, Xu Haofeng was best known at home as a novelist, a martial arts scholar-practitioner, and a film critic. The Beijing Film Academy graduate infuses all of his knowledge into The Sword Identity, his directorial debut. Challenging conventions of a traditional genre, Xu explores the conflict between practicality and style in martial arts. Based on Xu's own novella, The Sword Identity tells a philosophical tale about a legendary sword that stirs up the wuxia world and a simple, but powerful martial arts move that will render anyone virtually invincible.

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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Caught In The Web (DVD-9) (China Version)
RM 70.90
Acclaimed Chinese filmmaker Chen Kaige (Farewell My Concubine, Together) tackles a timely social topic with Caught in the Web. Based on an Internet novel, the ensemble drama depicts an epic saga of power, fame, and ambition sparked by a minor incident over a woman unwilling to give up her seat on the bus. Chen and co-writer Tang Danian cast a wide net over Chinese society, exploring a myriad of contemporary issues like cyber-bullying, China's mainstream media climate, and even Chinese urbanites' obsession with material needs. Both a critical and a commercial success in Mainland China, Caught in the Web features an all-star cast including Gao Yuanyuan (Don't Go Breaking My Heart), Yao Chen (If You Are the One 2), Mark Chao (Monga), Wang Xueqi (Bodyguards and Assassins), Chen Hong (Forever Enthralled), and Wang Luodan (Hawthorn Tree Forever).

Distressed after being diagnosed with cancer, Lan Qiu (Gao Yuanyuan) refuses to give up her seat on the bus, starting an argument that is captured on video by Jiaqi (Wang Luodan), a young intern at a local television station. Jiaqi's producer Ruoxi (Yao Chen) also the longtime girlfriend of Jiaqi's cousin Shoucheng (Mark Chao) shows the incident on her news show, igniting the wrath of netizens determined to discover Lan Qiu's identity. The fallout from Lan Qiu's action even reaches her boss Shen Liushu (Wang Xueqi), whose business deal almost falls apart due to the bad press from the incident. Meanwhile, Lan Qiu runs away after becoming Internet Enemy Number One and hires Shoucheng to be her bodyguard. Over time, she begins to find solace in him...

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Jang Dong Gun, Zhang Ziyi and Cecilia Cheung star in the 2012 Chinese adaptation of the French novel Dangerous Liaisons. Acclaimed Korean director Hur Jin Ho (One Fine Spring Day) transplants the tale of love, lust and manipulation to 1930s Shanghai. The Pan-Asian cast delivers glamor and star power in spades in this opulent and entertaining adaptation. Appearing in his second Chinese production after The Promise, Jang Dong Gun is at his charismatic best as the wealthy womanizer caught between Zhang Ziyi, as the chaste object of seduction, and Cecilia Cheung, as the femme fatale who sends everyone down the path of ruin.

Wealthy playboy Xie Yifan (Jang Dong Gun) has never met a woman he can't have, but the one he desires the most is businesswoman Mo Jieyu (Cecilia Cheung), who plays the cynical game of love and lies just as well. The two decide to make a bet on the chastity of Yifan's second cousin, virtuous widow Du Fenyu (Zhang Ziyi). If Yifan succeeds in bedding Fenyu, he gets Jieyu. And thus begins the dangerous push and pull of love and seduction. Though Fenyu resists Yifan's advances at first, they gradually fall under each other's spells as lives and hearts spiral out of control.

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RM 141.90
"Let's get married, while we're still alive."

Zhang Ziyi and Aaron Kwok are a doomed couple in Love for Life, the third directorial feature from internationally renowned Chinese cinematographer Gu Changwei (Peacock, And the Spring Comes). Christopher Doyle takes Gu's place behind the camera to capture the lead pair sans their superstar glamor, most notably for Kwok as he goes all out to play an earthy country bumpkin. The heartfelt romance drama tackles the controversial issue of AIDS patients in rural China contracting the HIV virus via contaminated blood transfusion. Initially titled Till Death Do Us Part, the tragic love story co-stars Jiang Wenli (Farewell My Concubine), Pu Cunxin (Three Kingdoms: Resurrection of the Dragon), and Wang Baoqiang (Mr. Tree), and features several real AIDS patients in supporting roles and big-name directors in cameos. Zhao Liang's documentary film Together was made as a companion piece to Gu's intense dramatic effort, both aimed at fighting the society's prejudice against the HIV-infected and increasing public awareness of the disease.

Set in a remote village in Mainland China during the 1990s, Love for Life centers on villager Deyi (Aaron Kwok), who used to lead a simple, harmonious life with his family. But his selfish elder brother Qiquan (Pu Cunxin), desperate to escape poverty, deals in the black market blood trade and persuades the villagers to sell their blood. An infectious and incurable "fever" epidemic soon breaks out, and the once peaceful village becomes plagued by fear, hatred, and suspicion. Driven by guilt, Qiquan's father Lao Zhuzhu rounds up the afflicted - Deyi included - and accommodates them in the deserted school as a temporary home. In that isolated community where conflicts and despair come unchecked, Deyi finds renewed passion for life when he meets fellow outcast Qinqin (Zhang Ziyi), the forsaken wife of his cousin. Fueled by mutual pity, the two tortured souls seek solace in each other, and decide to take their last chance at happiness while their days are numbered.

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RM 119.70
Produced by the same team behind Rising to Great Powers, Road to Revival follows Chinese history from the First Opium Wars (1839-1842) to the present day. A complete and comprehensive look at modern Chinese history, this acclaimed program chronicles China's journey of recovery and growth after the devastation and humiliation of the 19th century, reassessing many important historical points and figures. The program touches on the Sino-Japanese War, Chinese Civil War, and the economic revolution of the last three decades, as well as the contributions of Sun Yat Sen, Yuan Shikai, Chiang Kai Shek, Mao Zedong, Deng Xiaoping, Jiang Zemin, and Hu Jintao.
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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Rest On Your Shoulder (DVD-9) (English Subtitled) (China Version)
RM 31.00
Known for character dramas like Cageman and Ticket, Hong Kong director Jacob Cheung creates one of his most ambitious films yet with the fantasy romance Rest on Your Shoulder. Based on a Chinese Internet novel, Rest on Your Shoulder mixes multiple genres for a contemporary fable about a magical butterfly, an unrequited romance, and a rare flower that may be mankind's last hope. Featuring state of the art special effects, lush visuals by veteran cinematographer Ardy Lam (Bullet in the Head), an attractive cast, and a stirring score by Hisaishi Joe, Rest on Your Shoulder is a magical pure romance that will stimulate the imagination for audiences of all ages.

In the near future, cities are covered by pollution, and mankind lives under the fear of diseases. One place offers an oasis from that reality Moon Island. There, botanist Yan Guo (Aloys Chen) is trying to cultivate a rare flower that may have great medicinal benefits. However, he suffers a major allergic reaction from the flower and goes into a coma. To save him, his girlfriend Baobao (Jiang Yi Yan) makes a deal with a magical creature, giving up her human form for three years in exchange for Guo Yan's life. As Guo reluctantly continues his research on the flower with the help of neighbor Bai Lan (Guey Lun Mei), Baobao remains a butterfly at his side. One day, journalist Yang Lin (Gigi Leung) arrives on the island to interview Guo Yan, just as an environmental crisis that may endanger all living creatures on the island breaks out

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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD So Young (2013) (DVD-9) (English Subtitled) (China Version)
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Top actress Vicki Zhao makes her directorial debut with the blockbuster feature So Young, a coming-of-age romantic drama about a group of college friends, then and now. Starring Yang Zishan (In Case of Love), Mark Chao (Caught in the Web) and pop star Han Geng (My Kingdom), the film has turned into one of China's biggest box office hits of 2013. Based on Xin Yiwu's novel, So Young follows a circle of friends from their bright, rambunctious campus adventures in the mid-90s to their post-university trials in the oughties, linked together by the emotional struggles that transcend the years. An ode to youth and to youth lost So Young is the story of a young woman's love and growth, the story of a group of friends over time and the story of a generation mired in change.

Small-town girl Zheng Wei (Yang Zishan) moves to the big city to attend university and reunite with her childhood sweetheart Li Jing (Han Geng), but it turns out he has left for the States without a word. Though broken-hearted, Zheng Wei makes do and makes friends quickly thanks to her loud, outgoing personality. With her roommates, she forms a lifelong bond through thick and thin. But there's one person who rubs her the wrong way: serious classmate Chen Xiaozheng (Mark Chao), who has little patience for Zheng Wei's feisty, willful ways. She mocks him and fights with him and then she realizes she likes him. Forming an unlikely couple, Zheng Wei and Xiaozheng become the beacon of each other's college days. When college comes to an end, however, life will send friends and lovers in different directions... and then back together years later as different people.

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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD White Vengeance (2011) (Blu-ray) (China Version)
RM 139.60
With the success of Three Kingdoms: Resurrection of the Dragon, Hong Kong filmmaker Daniel Lee tackles another mind-blowing Chinese historical war epic! In White Vengeance, the acclaimed writer-director offers an intriguing reinterpretation of the Banquet at Hongmen, the decisive incident that took place in the turbulent years of the Chu-Han Contention following the fall of the Qin dynasty some 2,200 years ago. Leon Lai (Forever Enthralled) stars as ambitious rebel leader Liu Bang, who is invited to the banquet hosted by his arch-rival Xiang Yu, played against type by TV idol William Feng (Palace). As the focal point of this intense and thrilling historical tale, the banquet becomes a deadly battle of wits and guts between the two contending heroes and their aides, played by Anthony Wong (Punished), Zhang Hanyu (Assembly), and Jordon Chan (Once a Gangster). In addition, the star-studded cast also boasts the presence of Andy On (True Legend) as Liu Bang's military ally Han Xin, and Crystal Liu (A Chinese Ghost Story) as Xiang Yu's lover Yuji.

In the final years of the Qin dynasty, China is in complete chaos, and whoever takes control of the fallen Qin capital Xianyang will effectively ascend the throne to be the new Emperor. Western Chu's warrior king Xiang Yu is the most prominent candidate to rise to power, while his sworn brother Liu Bang has somewhat reluctantly become another warlord. Although Liu Bang's Han army reaches Xianyang first, he knows that he is no match for the powerful Xiang Yu, so he prudently retreats and pledges allegiance to him. However, Xiang Yu's chief strategist Fan Zeng (Anthony Wong) recognizes Liu Bang's ambitions, and he decides to lay a trap in the guise of a banquet to uproot this threat once and for all. Liu Bang knows the hidden danger, but his loyal advisor Zhang Liang (Zhang Hanyu) urges him to attend the banquet no matter what, or risk being crushed mercilessly by Xiang Yu's mighty forces. Can Liu Bang escape the deadly plot at the banquet, and turn the tide in his favor?

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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Back To 1942 (2012) (DVD-9) (China Version)
RM 70.90
In the wake of Aftershock, China's top blockbuster filmmaker Feng Xiaogang has come up with another powerful tale of survival and humanity set against the backdrop of a devastating disaster! Adapted from the novel Remembering 1942 by its author Liu Zhenyun (who also wrote the book Feng's 2003 film Cell Phone is based on), Back to 1942 reveals the tragic truth of a dark chapter in Chinese history where millions died in a famine. In this epic period drama, the director takes a compelling and comprehensive look at the disaster from various perspectives, for which he enlists a cast of acclaimed actors including Zhang Guoli, Chen Daoming, Xu Fan, Zhang Hanyu, Li Xuejian, as well as Academy Awards winners Tim Robbins and Adrien Brody.

Feng's harrowing and hard-hitting depiction of this wound of the nation takes place in 1942. That year, the Henan Province was struck by a serious drought and a plague of locusts. The resulting famine caused the death of three million people, with some refugees resorting to cannibalism in desperation. The film follows the family of village landlord Master Fan (Zhang Guoli), who gets robbed by starving refugees and, like millions others, is forced to flee from their homeland for a chance of survival. Among this mass exodus is preacher An Ximan (Zhang Hanyu), who witnesses the horrors firsthand and that leads him to question his faith. Meanwhile, struggling to resist the Japanese military invasion, the Kuomingtang government fails to offer any relief to the war-ravaged, famine-stricken people, and not until the intervention of American correspondent Theodore White (Adrien Brody) does the world learn of this disaster...

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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD East Wind Rain (Blu-ray) (China Version)
RM 146.30
In the big-budget Chinese period spy film East Wind Rain, Mainland actor Liu Yunlong (Jade Goddess of Mercy) stars in his own film directorial debut alongside famous actors Fan Bingbing, Li Xiaoran, Wang Baoqiang, Yu Rongguang, and Kenneth Tsang. Liu was the one who made espionage tales popular in China in the first place thanks to his 2005 TV series Plot Against, and now he seeks to push the genre to a new height with this 100 million yuan production. With renowned Hong Kong cinematographer Arthur Wong handling the camera and some expansive sets enhanced by Hollywood-caliber visual effects, the production recreated a 1940s Shanghai as the story's backdrop down to the minute details. Based on true events, the film's story is centered on Liu Yunlong's pianist Anming and Fan Bingbing's sultry club singer Huanyan who are actually secret agents from two rival factions, and they eventually fall in love with each other amidst the deadly spy war.
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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD The Four (2012) (Blu-ray) (China Version)
RM 133.00
Gordon Chan (Painted Skin) reinvents the legendary constables from Wen Ruian's best-selling wuxia novel series The Four as crime-fighters with superpowers! In his big-budget, big-screen retelling co-helmed with Janet Chun (The Jade and the Pearl), the filmmaker boldly breaks the original's boundaries and merges martial arts, detective mystery, and even fantasy elements into a new breed of wuxia movies. Veteran actor Anthony Wong (White Vengeance) leads the cast as the wise mentor to the heroic quartet played by Crystal Liu (A Chinese Ghost Story), Ronald Cheng (Mr. Cinema), and Mural duo Deng Chao and Collin Chou. Jiang Yiyan, Cheng Taishen, Wu Xiubo, Sheren Tang, and Waise Lee join the effects-laden period blockbuster, which already has two sequels in the making!

The counterfeit currency case is causing a heated rivalry between the law-enforcing bureau in the imperial capital called the Six Doors, and the Emperor's secret service known as the Divine Constabulary. Headed by Lord Bu (Cheng Taishen), the Six Doors sends constable Cold Blood (Deng Chao) to infiltrate Zhuge Zhengwo's (Anthony Wong) Divine Constabulary, where he meets Zhuge's disciples Merciless (Crystal Liu) and Iron Fist (Collin Chou), and fellow new recruit Lightfoot (Ronald Cheng). Entangled romantically between Merciless and the mysterious beauty Ji Yaohua (Jiang Yiyan), Cold Blood goes undercover at the Divine Constabulary and discovers a shocking conspiracy to overthrow the empire...

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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Rest On Your Shoulder (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (China Version)
RM 141.90
Known for character dramas like Cageman and Ticket, Hong Kong director Jacob Cheung creates one of his most ambitious films yet with the fantasy romance Rest on Your Shoulder. Based on a Chinese Internet novel, Rest on Your Shoulder mixes multiple genres for a contemporary fable about a magical butterfly, an unrequited romance, and a rare flower that may be mankind's last hope. Featuring state of the art special effects, lush visuals by veteran cinematographer Ardy Lam (Bullet in the Head), an attractive cast, and a stirring score by Hisaishi Joe, Rest on Your Shoulder is a magical pure romance that will stimulate the imagination for audiences of all ages.

In the near future, cities are covered by pollution, and mankind lives under the fear of diseases. One place offers an oasis from that reality Moon Island. There, botanist Yan Guo (Aloys Chen) is trying to cultivate a rare flower that may have great medicinal benefits. However, he suffers a major allergic reaction from the flower and goes into a coma. To save him, his girlfriend Baobao (Jiang Yi Yan) makes a deal with a magical creature, giving up her human form for three years in exchange for Guo Yan's life. As Guo reluctantly continues his research on the flower with the help of neighbor Bai Lan (Guey Lun Mei), Baobao remains a butterfly at his side. One day, journalist Yang Lin (Gigi Leung) arrives on the island to interview Guo Yan, just as an environmental crisis that may endanger all living creatures on the island breaks out.

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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Sky Fighters (Blu-ray) (China Version)
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Sky Fighters (Blu-ray) (China Version)
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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD The Four (2012) (DVD-9) (China Version)
RM 70.90
Gordon Chan (Painted Skin) reinvents the legendary constables from Wen Ruian's best-selling wuxia novel series The Four as crime-fighters with superpowers! In his big-budget, big-screen retelling co-helmed with Janet Chun (The Jade and the Pearl), the filmmaker boldly breaks the original's boundaries and merges martial arts, detective mystery, and even fantasy elements into a new breed of wuxia movies. Veteran actor Anthony Wong (White Vengeance) leads the cast as the wise mentor to the heroic quartet played by Crystal Liu (A Chinese Ghost Story), Ronald Cheng (Mr. Cinema), and Mural duo Deng Chao and Collin Chou. Jiang Yiyan, Cheng Taishen, Wu Xiubo, Sheren Tang, and Waise Lee join the effects-laden period blockbuster, which already has two sequels in the making!

The counterfeit currency case is causing a heated rivalry between the law-enforcing bureau in the imperial capital called the Six Doors, and the Emperor's secret service known as the Divine Constabulary. Headed by Lord Bu (Cheng Taishen), the Six Doors sends constable Cold Blood (Deng Chao) to infiltrate Zhuge Zhengwo's (Anthony Wong) Divine Constabulary, where he meets Zhuge's disciples Merciless (Crystal Liu) and Iron Fist (Collin Chou), and fellow new recruit Lightfoot (Ronald Cheng). Entangled romantically between Merciless and the mysterious beauty Ji Yaohua (Jiang Yiyan), Cold Blood goes undercover at the Divine Constabulary and discovers a shocking conspiracy to overthrow the empire...

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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Love In Time (2012) (DVD-9) (China Version)
RM 22.10
Playwright/lyricist/radio host Leefire is best known in Hong Kong for the unique and sometimes twisted views on love in his stage productions. Five years after making his film debut with Give Love, Leefire returns to the film world with his solo directorial debut Love in Time, a sweet romantic comedy with a refreshing twist. TVB star Bosco Wong (I Love Hong Kong 2013) and Stephy Tang (East Meets West) co-star as distant cousins who are forced to share an apartment. Also featuring a hilarious supporting performance from local radio host Sammy Leung (Love Undercover) and gorgeous cinematography, Love in Time is a heartfelt romantic comedy that teaches you that like time, love will wait for no one.

Cho (Bosco Wong) is a slacker who spends his day selling ice cream with his best friend/roommate Beer (Sammy Leung). Even though his ice cream truck business is failing, he still has a roof over his head because his apartment belongs to his uncle. When his cousin Tina decides to return to Hong Kong, Cho and Beer are forced to share their home with her, creating an antagonistic relationship between the three. However, Cho and Tina begin to bond over time, though they won't admit to having feelings for each other. When Tina's charismatic boss Machi (Danny So) enters the picture, Cho realizes that he may already be too late.

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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Mayday 3DNA (DVD-9) (China Version)
RM 31.00
Two years in the making, Mayday's concept film 3DNA is a pioneering hybrid of 3D live concert footage from the band's massive 2009-2010 DNA World Tour, intertwined with three dramatic storylines starring popular actors Rene Liu, Richie Jen, and Lam Suet. The film is not only a milestone in Chinese music cinema, but also a major showcase for the leading rock act of Taiwan. Featuring the best of Mayday's live performances filmed during the DNA tour, as well as rearranged versions of some of their classic hits, 3DNA offers the audience an incredibly atmospheric front-row concert experience and then some.

Written and directed by award-winning Taiwan commercial director Kung Wen Yen, the fictional narrative portion gives the film its emotional weight, with three independent short stories revolving around a huge Mayday concert. In Guangzhou, a curry noodle stall chef (Lam Suet) has to deal with his daughter who desperately wants to go and see Mayday live. One night in Taipei, a Mayday song sparks off the romance between a lonely cab driver (Richie Jen) and his heart-broken passenger (Rene Liu). Meanwhile, a young delivery boy in Shanghai works hard to save money in order to buy his sister a ticket to the Mayday concert.

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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Sleepwalker (2011) (Blu-ray) (3D) (China Version) at 41.99 USD from YesAsia
Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Sleepwalker (2011) (Blu-ray) (3D) (China Version)
RM 186.20
After The Eye and Re-Cycle, Hong Kong horror-meister Oxide Pang and his favorite actress Angelica Lee team up once more for Sleepwalker, a gripping journey into the subconscious mind exploring the origin of nightmares. Co-starring Charlie Young (Bangkok Dangerous), Huo Siyan (My Name is Fame), Li Zonghan (Reign of Assassins), and Kent Cheng (The Log), the stunning mystery thriller was well-received as a film in competition at the 24th Tokyo International Film Festival.

Ziyi (Angelica Lee) has been haunted by the same dream for years: In the dream, she would stand alone on a wasteland, knowing that something is buried underneath. The only one who could give her comfort is her designer friend Eric (Li Zonghan), to whom she would reveal her weird dreams. She is approached by police sergeant Madam Ou (Huo Siyan) to assist in the investigation of her missing ex-husband. Meanwhile, the cop is also tracking down her kidnapped nephew, whose whereabouts remain unknown even though his mother Becky (Charlie Young) has paid the ransom. One day, Ziyi wakes up to find a trail of mud at her bedside, raising suspicion that she may have killed her ex-husband in her sleep! Ziyi leads Madam Ou to the scene in her dreams, where the horrifying truth awaits them...

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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Guns And Roses (DVD-9) (English Subtitled) (China Version) at 15.99 USD from YesAsia
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RM 70.90
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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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD My Own Swordsman (2011) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (China Version) at 26.99 USD from YesAsia
Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD My Own Swordsman (2011) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (China Version)
RM 119.70
In 2006, the 80-episode period situation comedy My Own Swordsman was a major ratings hit, propelling to new heights the careers of writer Ning Cai Shen plus stars Yan Ni (A Simple Noodle Story) and Yao Chen (If You Are the One 2). Five years after series' premiere, its cast and creative talents all return for the show's long-awaited film adaptation. Ning and director Sheng Jing break through the series' original studio setting with polished cinematography and bigger martial arts stunt work, but they also retain the hilarious nonsensical humor and endearing characters that fans know and love. A social satire disguised as a period martial arts comedy from the beginning, the My Own Swordsman gang tackles China's real estate speculation crisis this time around, fighting a conspiracy by a former government official to scam the townspeople out of their money. Released during the competitive Lunar New Year period, the combination of the show's popularity and positive word-of-mouth helped My Own Swordsman become one of the highest-grossing films during the holiday period.

The My Own Swordsman film continues to follow the people of Tong Fu Inn - owner Tong Xiang Yu (Yan Ni), temperamental waiter/daughter of powerful martial artist Guo Fu Rong (Yao Chen), thief-turned-waiter Bai Zhang Tang (Sha Yi), and restaurant accountant/wordplay master Lu Xiu Cai (Yu En Tai). Their troubles first begin when Fu Rong unleashes martial arts fury on a fleeing former government official. After nearly dying at the hands of the incompetent restaurant staff, the official stays in the town and enacts a complex real estate scam that would drive up home prices based on speculation. Meanwhile, the official also hires assassin Ji Wu Li (Wang Lei) to exact revenge on the restaurant staff, not knowing that Li is also out kill the Tong Fu restaurant staff for his own reasons.

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RM 99.70
No stranger to writing romantic comedies, screenwriter Ivy Ho (Comrades, Almost a Love Story) takes on her first romantic comedy as director in Crossing Hennessey. The film's title refers to Hennessy Road, a major roadway on Hong Kong Island that separates the two sides of Wan Chai district - one filled with nightclubs and hardware stores, and the other a middle-class residential district. It's also the symbolic line that separates Loy and Oi Ling, played by Canto-pop legend Jacky Cheung and Chinese actress Tang Wei, in her first film since her breakout role in Lust, Caution. With the two charismatic leads and a strong supporting cast that includes Paw Hee Ching and Danny Lee, Ho has crafted an intimate romance filled with memorable characters. Packed with breezy Hong Kong charm, it's not surprising that Crossing Hennessy served as the opening film of the 2010 Hong Kong International Film Festival.

Loy (Jacky Cheung) is 41 years old. He still lives at home, and he seems destined to spend the rest of his life stuck in the family electronics store. One day, Loy's overbearing mother (Paw Hee Ching) sets him up with Oi Ling (Tang Wei), the niece of a toilet store owner. The two, however, already have romantic interests elsewhere; Loy is beginning a not-so-platonic relationship with his ex-girlfriend (Maggie Cheung Ho Yee), and Oi Ling is faithfully waiting for her boyfriend (Andy On) to get out of prison. Despite the lack of potential for romance, Loy and Oi Ling do strike up a friendship. Will it blossom into something more?

China Version Blu-ray comes with trailer and photo gallery.

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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Tai Chi Hero (2012) (DVD-9) (China Version) at 12.99 USD from YesAsia
Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Tai Chi Hero (2012) (DVD-9) (China Version)
RM 57.60
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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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Million Dollar Crocodile (2012) (DVD-9) (China Version) at 15.99 USD from YesAsia
Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Million Dollar Crocodile (2012) (DVD-9) (China Version)
RM 70.90
Billed as China's first creature feature, Golden Horse Award-winning writer-director Lin Lisheng's effects-laden thriller comedy Million Dollar Crocodile is centered on a giant alligator on the loose, which weighs 2 tons and measures 8 meters long! Although the reptile is no doubt the star of the movie, the human cast isn't there to be the croc's lunch either, with popular thespians Barbie Hsu (Adventure of the King), Guo Tao (Crazy Stone) and Lam Suet (Vulgaria) joining in on the ride.

For economic reasons, crocodile park owner "Baldy" Liu (Shi Zhaoqi) is forced to sell his favorite crocodile, Mao, to greedy restaurateur "Big-mouth" Zhao (Lam Suet). Perhaps sensing impending doom, Mao manages to break loose from its cage. During its escape, Mao encounters a woman named Wen Yan (Barbie Hsu), and the hungry beast swallows her...handbag, in which she put her entire savings of 100,000 euros! Seeking help from the authorities, Wen teams up with bumbling cop Wang Buzhun (Guo Tao) on a dangerous crocodile hunt...

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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Sacrifice (2010) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (China Version)
RM 119.70
Two years after the elegant biopic Forever Enthralled, Farewell My Concubine director Chen Kaige takes on an epic story that has been dubbed the Chinese Hamlet. Sacrifice is based on the Yuan Dynasty play The Orphan of Zhao, which has been reinterpreted multiple times in the west as The Orphan of China. Bringing the story back to China, Chen has made slight changes to his own take on this tale of unspeakable sacrifice and revenge with scenes of spectacle, but he also retains the power of the story by maintaining an intimate focus on its key characters. One of China's most popular actors, Ge You leads a star-studded cast as a doctor who rescues the lone survivor of a massacre at the price of his own family for the sake of revenge. Also joining him are Wang Xueqi (Bodyguards and Assassins), Huang Xiaoming (The Message), Fan Bingbing (Lost in Beijing), and Zhang Fengyi (Red Cliff). Released in the intensely competitive year-end period in 2010, Sacrifice became one of the highest-grossing films of 2010 in China and one of Chen's most commercially successful films.

Jealous of the accomplishments of the Zhao family in the court of Duke Ling, General Tuan (Wang Xueqi) sets off an elaborate plan that leads to the massacre of the Zhao family. Before committing suicide, General Zhao's wife Zhuang (Fan Bingbing) asks family doctor Cheng Ying (Ge You) to help give birth to her son and take him to family friend Gong (Zhang Fengyi). With the help of Han Jue (Huang Xiaoming), Cheng Ying is able to take the baby to temporary safety. However, when Tuan manages to track Cheng Ying down, Cheng Ying convinces his wife to switch his own child with the Zhao baby to protect the bloodline, leading to the death of his family. Raising the Zhao child under Tuan's nose, Cheng Ying carefully plans his revenge...

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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Beijing Blues (DVD-9) (English Subtitled) (China Version) at 19.99 USD from YesAsia
Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Beijing Blues (DVD-9) (English Subtitled) (China Version)
RM 88.60
Gao Qunshu's Beijing Blues is not your typical crime film. The Mainland director of The Message and Wind Blast stays off the beaten track of commercial filmmaking for his latest cinematic outing, opting instead to tell the undramatic true story of a low-level police officer in Beijing. With respect to the almost documentary-like texture of the narrative, the acclaimed writer-director notably cast dozens of amateur actors for the various main and supporting roles. Well-known publisher Zhang Lixian, whom he knew from Weibo (the major microblog platform in China), plays the central character Zhang Huiling, the plainclothes detective hailed in real life as a great crimebuster having caught more than 1,600 criminals in seven years. Offering a gritty and compelling portrait of street crimes in the capital of China, the reality-based cop drama earned Gao a Best Director award at the 15th Shanghai International Film Festival.
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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Detective Dee And The Mystery Of The Phantom Flame (Blu-ray) (China Version) at 26.99 USD from YesAsia
Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Detective Dee And The Mystery Of The Phantom Flame (Blu-ray) (China Version)
RM 119.70
Di Ren Jie (a.k.a. Judge Dee), ancient China's answer to Sherlock Holmes, has been immortalized in popular culture in both the West and the East for decades with several series of fictional novels and television series. Now, veteran Hong Kong director Tsui Hark (Once Upon A Time in China series) and screenwriter/producer Chen Kuo Fu (The Message, Double Vision) team up to take the legendary detective to the big screen for the first time with Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame. Tsui is best known for bringing a unique manic energy to the screen in his highly acclaimed works, and he carries that energy to the film, spinning a pseudo-supernatural mystery procedural story into exciting, imaginative big-screen entertainment.

Superstar Andy Lau plays the iconic detective, who is pulled out of imprisonment to solve a series of murders with the help of Li Bing Bing (The Message), Deng Chao (Equation of Love and Death), and Tony Leung Ka Fai. The film also stars Carina Lau in a spotlight-stealing performance as the almighty Empress Wu, the powerful ruler that Dee loves to hate. Detective Dee also features highly inventive action sequences choreographed by action film legend Sammo Hung, including a spectacular fight in an underground cave. Despite being mostly funded by Mainland Chinese film studios, Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame marks Tsui's dazzling return to old-school Hong Kong-style filmmaking that also impressed audiences at the 2010 Venice Film Festival, where it played in competition. The film is also one of Tsui's biggest box office hits yet, grossing over 280 million yuan over the October Golden Week holiday in China.

A series of mysterious deaths involving internal combustion is threatening to derail the coronation of Empress Wu (Carina Lau). To ensure the royal event goes off without a hitch, the soon-to-be Empress takes former dissident/brilliant detective Dee (Andy Lau) out of jail to investigate the case with her loyal aide (Li Bing Bing). However, the investigation is threatened almost immediately by assassins in the shadows, a detour into a mysterious underground market, and a sacred temple that the Empress is determined to protect. Soon, Dee realizes that the mysterious deaths may end up threatening not just the empress' coronation, but the entire empire as well.

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Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Happiness Me Too (DVD-9) (China Version) at 15.99 USD from YesAsia
Hualu Electronics & Audio-Visual Publishing Co.LTD Happiness Me Too (DVD-9) (China Version)
RM 70.90
The road to happiness is one filled with twists and turns, and some of them may never even reach their final destinations. See how couples from different walks of life try to carve out their own paths to happiness in Happiness Me Too, an ensemble romance drama from John Cheung and Johnny Kong.

Fang Lei (Shao Bing) is a company CEO who has become so focused on his company's expansion that his relationship with girlfriend Song Qi (Joe Chen) is now on the rocks. Song Qi feels a strong motivation to leave Fang Lei when she meets Shota (Atari Kosuke), a kind wine bar owner. Meanwhile, her brother Song Hao (Sha Yi) is threatened with divorce after his wife (A-ya) discovers his extramarital affairs. In a direct contrast to these damaged relationships, Song Qi and Song Hao's parents (Kiu Hua and Kara Hui) are still the model couple after all these years. How do these people define happiness, and what will they do to get it?

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