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Joy Sales Winners And Sinners (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 22.20 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Winners And Sinners (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
RM 22.20
Hong Kong Cinema legend Sammo Hung's 1983 ensemble action comedy Winners and Sinners was such a huge blockbuster it spawned several sequels in a (Five) Lucky Stars series. In this first film, the Five Lucky Stars are "Teapot" (Sammo Hung), "Exhaust Pipe" (Richard Ng), "Vaseline" (Charlie Chin), "Curly" (John Shum), and "Rookie" (Stanley Fung), with guest stars Jackie Chan, Cherie Chung, Yuen Biao, Pat Ha, Lam Ching Ying, and Cecilia Yip in supporting roles. The five friends are released from jail after serving time for different petty crimes. They decide to go straight and together they set up the Lucky Stars cleaning company. Somehow they get entangled in a war between two gangs over some counterfeit money printing plates, and with the cops also after them, many stunning stunts and hilarious antics ensue. The film won Best Action Choreography and was nominated for Best Actor (for Richard Ng) at the 3rd Hong Kong Film Awards.
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Joy Sales Dragon Lord (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 22.20 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Dragon Lord (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Action-comedy superstar Jackie Chan is in fine comic form in Dragon Lord an early eighties showcase for the budding star that was directed by Chan himself! Jackie Chan is Lung, a playful and mischievous youth who spends his days hanging around with his pal Chin (Mars), foolishly pursuing women, and engaging in sports instead of going to school like he should be doing. But Lung and Chin are drawn into a devious plot to smuggle Chinese treasures to foreign lands, leading to numerous chases, escapes, and finally a barn brawl that's choreographed in vintage Jackie Chan style! A young and delightfully spry Jackie Chan makes Dragon Lord an early gem in the superstar's legendary career. Some of Chan's most impressive stuntwork is featured here, along with the beginnings of his trademark action-comedy style. But there are martial arts too, and also the winning Jackie Chan comic charm, which was evident even during the early eighties. Dragon Lord isn't just an entertaining action-comedy, but also an essential film in Jackie Chan's already packed library of classics!
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Joy Sales Royal Tramp Series (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 182.00 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Royal Tramp Series (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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The Royal Tramp Blu-ray set includes Royal Tramp and Royal Tramp 2, plus trailers and interview with Wong Jing.

Adapted - quite loosely - from the famous Jin Yong (a.k.a. Louis Cha) novel The Duke of Mt. Deer, the Royal Tramp films tell the tale of Wai Siu Bo (Stephen Chow), a tricky layabout who chances into a plot to overthrow the Qing Dynasty! The Heaven and Earth Society draft him to steal the "42 Chapter Classic", a legendary martial arts tome, from the Imperial Palace, but to do so, he has to pretend to be a eunuch. The Emperor's sister (Chingmy Yau) sees through his deception, but she's willing to keep quiet if Wai compensates her - with his body! Meanwhile, the Empress Dowager Lung Yi (Sharla Cheung), who's secretly working for the Dragon Sect, angles to take over the country, but Wai Siu Bo manages to thwart her plans. She returns to seek revenge with her face magically changed to look like wuxia screen goddess Brigitte Lin! Can a crafty, but physically inept scoundrel like Wai Siu Bo stand up to her supreme kung-fu powers?

The Royal Tramp films may not be the most faithful adaptation of Jin Yong's works, but they're easily the most side-splitting! Stephen Chow is in top comic form as Wai Siu Bo, and ably demonstrates the comic talent that made him one of Hong Kong's biggest box-office superstars. There's kung-fu too; both films feature fluid, energetic fight choreography from Ching Siu Tung (Hero) mixing inventive action with crazy situation comedy. A huge cast of top Hong Kong names, including frequent Stephen Chow collaborators Ng Man Tat, Elvis Tsui, Sandra Ng, and Nat Chan Bak Cheung round out the cast. Gorgeous actresses Fennie Yuen and Michelle Reis are also on hand to up the eye candy quotient. Director Wong Jing keeps the comedy coming fast and furiously, and audiences obviously appreciated his and Stephen Chow's efforts. Both Royal Tramp films were among the five top-grossing films in Hong Kong in 1992. The other three films? They also starred Stephen Chow!

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Joy Sales Shinjuku Incident (Blu-ray) (Uncut Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 168.70 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Shinjuku Incident (Blu-ray) (Uncut Version) (Hong Kong Version)
RM 168.70
Derek Yee (One Nite in Mongkok) directs action superstar Jackie Chan in Shinjuku Incident, a gripping and violent crime thriller that ranks among 2009's most eagerly anticipated Hong Kong films. Chan takes on a rare dramatic role as a Chinese immigrant who becomes inexorably tied to the Japanese mob. No stranger to tough drama, Yee gives Shinjuku Incident an added relevance with his exploration of Chinese migrants fending for themselves in Tokyo's seedy Shinjuku district. Aiding Yee is an impressive Asian cast, starting with Chan and including Hong Kong's Daniel Wu (Prot g ), China's Fan Bing Bing (Lost in Beijing) and Xu Jing Lei (Warlords), and Japan's Takenaka Naoto (Shall We Dance?) and Kato Masaya (Brother). Before its successful spring theatrical run, Shinjuku Incident served as the opening film at the 33rd Hong Kong International Film Festival.

Chinese laborer Steelhead (Jackie Chan) illegally arrives in Japan to search of his missing sweetheart Xiu Xiu (Xu Jing Lei), only to discover that she's married to rising Yakuza boss Eguchi (Kato Masaya). Determined to survive in Tokyo's underbelly, Steelhead unites the Chinese migrants, establishing their own community to protect themselves from the oppressive Japanese and foreign gangs. Steelhead even finds new love with bar owner Lily (Fan Bing Bing), and earns the favor of the righteous Inspector Kitano (Takenaka Naoto). However, the Chinese antagonize the entrenched Taiwanese gangsters, leading Steelhead to forge an alliance with Eguchi. As a Yakuza enforcer, Steelhead earns respect and even his own base of power. But Steelhead's Chinese brothers are corrupted by their newfound power, and an internal struggle within the Yakuza threatens their own position. All Steelhead wants is a return to simpler, honest times like he once shared with Xiu Xiu back in China. But it may now be too late

This edition comes with a Bonus DVD containing making of, alternate scene, and trailers. First Press releases come with deluxe photo booklet; only while supplies last.

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Joy Sales City Hunter (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version) at 22.20 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales City Hunter (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version)
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Director Wong Jing and star Jackie Chan bring the popular Japanese manga City Hunter to the big screen - with a few unique Hong Kong Cinema touches. Jackie Chan is Ryu Saeba, a white-suited private eye whose priorities are women, then food, and finally the solving of crimes. Ryu is hired to find a missing heiress (Japanese idol Kumiko Goto), which leads him to a luxury cruise liner that's targeted for takeover by a band of international terrorists! Trapped aboard, Ryu must strike back at the terrorists - if his need for burgers and babes doesn't do him in first!

A distinctly Hong Kong creation, City Hunter is a wild mixture of slapstick comedy, kung-fu action, and colorful, over-the-top weirdness as only Jackie Chan and Wong Jing can deliver. The beautiful Joey Wong (A Chinese Ghost Story) is Ryu Saeba's assistant Kaori, and Chingmy Yau (Naked Killer) is Saeko, a to-die-for sexy female action hero in leather hotpants! Handsome popstar Leon Lai shows up as a suave card-throwing gambler, and international martial arts actors Richard Norton and Gary Daniels appear as the primary targets of Jackie Chan's frequent kicks and punches. Creatively choreographed kung-fu and wacky comedy reign supreme in Wong Jing's City Hunter!

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