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Joy Sales Misty Love (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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Misty Love (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Xuan Ji Ji 2009 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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Xuan Ji Ji 2009 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales To Kill With Intrigue (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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A 23-year-old Jackie Chan stars in this martial arts film from 1977 opposite famous kung fu beauty Hsu Feng! Director Lo Wei had previously turned Bruce Lee into an international superstar, and was about to repeat the feat with Jackie. This film was one of the first starring vehicles for the youthful Jackie Chan, who, in addition to his on-screen duty playing the handsome lead, also choreographs the extraordinary fighting sequences. With a script written by revered wuxia novelist Gu Long, To Kill with Intrigue offers a tight-paced tale of clan rivalry and personal vendetta filled with intriguing twists and turns. The Lei clan is all but massacred by a vengeful Yan, except for young master Feng. Being the sole survivor, Feng vows vengeance on Yan, but when he finds out that his fiancee Qian is kidnapped by his friend Chuan, who turns out to be an evil lord looking to conquer the martial world, he has to team up with an unlikely ally - Yan, who has fallen for him secretly...
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A 23-year-old Jackie Chan stars in this martial arts film from 1977 opposite famous kung fu beauty Hsu Feng! Director Lo Wei had previously turned Bruce Lee into an international superstar, and was about to repeat the feat with Jackie. This film was one of the first starring vehicles for the youthful Jackie Chan, who, in addition to his on-screen duty playing the handsome lead, also choreographs the extraordinary fighting sequences. With a script written by revered wuxia novelist Gu Long, To Kill with Intrigue offers a tight-paced tale of clan rivalry and personal vendetta filled with intriguing twists and turns. The Lei clan is all but massacred by a vengeful Yan, except for young master Feng. Being the sole survivor, Feng vows vengeance on Yan, but when he finds out that his fiancee Qian is kidnapped by his friend Chuan, who turns out to be an evil lord looking to conquer the martial world, he has to team up with an unlikely ally - Yan, who has fallen for him secretly...
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Joy Sales Aces Go Places (1982) (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Aces Go Places (1982) (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Popular singer Sam Hui is King Kong, a suave cat burglar who makes off with a fortune in diamonds. Feisty Inspector "Hot Tongue" Ho (Sylvia Chang) leads the Hong Kong cops charged with apprehending King Kong, but luckily the higher-ups call in legendary detective Kodojak (Karl Maka). Spear bald and riotously weird, Kodojak manages to charm Inspector Ho AND persuade King Kong to change his ways and partner up to take down evil international jewel thief White Glove. The "Best Partners" are born!A blockbuster sensation when it was first released, Aces Go Places won over audiences with its unique blend of slapstick comedy, surprising stuntwork, lovable characters, and pure, unadulterated fun. Featuring a blistering pace and winning comedic performances from Karl Maka, Sam Hui, and Sylvia Chang, Aces Go Places kicked off a long-running film series, and had many humming its infectious theme song, "Best Partners", which was performed by Sam Hui. The Aces Go Places series was so successful that it was even exported to the West as the Mad Mission films!
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Popular singer Sam Hui is King Kong, a suave cat burglar who makes off with a fortune in diamonds. Feisty Inspector "Hot Tongue" Ho (Sylvia Chang) leads the Hong Kong cops charged with apprehending King Kong, but luckily the higher-ups call in legendary detective Kodojak (Karl Maka). Spear bald and riotously weird, Kodojak manages to charm Inspector Ho AND persuade King Kong to change his ways and partner up to take down evil international jewel thief White Glove. The "Best Partners" are born!A blockbuster sensation when it was first released, Aces Go Places won over audiences with its unique blend of slapstick comedy, surprising stuntwork, lovable characters, and pure, unadulterated fun. Featuring a blistering pace and winning comedic performances from Karl Maka, Sam Hui, and Sylvia Chang, Aces Go Places kicked off a long-running film series, and had many humming its infectious theme song, "Best Partners", which was performed by Sam Hui. The Aces Go Places series was so successful that it was even exported to the West as the Mad Mission films!
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Joy Sales City On Fire (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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Chow Yun-Fat is at his charismatic best in Ringo Lam's City on Fire, a deceptively straightforward crime film that was the inspiration for Quentin Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs. Chow is an undercover cop assigned to infiltrate a gang of violent thieves, but his submergence in the criminal underworld takes its toll. His isolation from his true identity - and his friendship with thief Danny Lee - leads him to question his duty. What is more important: justice or honor? For Chow, that question proves damning, and his continuing self-torment builds towards an unexpected, explosive climax.Directed with assurance by Ringo Lam, City on Fire captures the reality of the criminal underworld like few Hong Kong films ever have. Lam's vision of the criminal world is not black-and-white, but a murky grey, and his characters are neither hero nor villain, but irretrievably flawed and undeniably human. Chow Yun-Fat's award-winning performance is powerful and emotionally compelling. In contrast to Tarantino's flashier remake, Ringo Lam's film feels less cinematic, but it ultimately sticks to your gut. Reservoir Dogs brings style, but City on Fire delivers the goods.
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Chow Yun-Fat is at his charismatic best in Ringo Lam's City on Fire, a deceptively straightforward crime film that was the inspiration for Quentin Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs. Chow is an undercover cop assigned to infiltrate a gang of violent thieves, but his submergence in the criminal underworld takes its toll. His isolation from his true identity - and his friendship with thief Danny Lee - leads him to question his duty. What is more important: justice or honor? For Chow, that question proves damning, and his continuing self-torment builds towards an unexpected, explosive climax.Directed with assurance by Ringo Lam, City on Fire captures the reality of the criminal underworld like few Hong Kong films ever have. Lam's vision of the criminal world is not black-and-white, but a murky grey, and his characters are neither hero nor villain, but irretrievably flawed and undeniably human. Chow Yun-Fat's award-winning performance is powerful and emotionally compelling. In contrast to Tarantino's flashier remake, Ringo Lam's film feels less cinematic, but it ultimately sticks to your gut. Reservoir Dogs brings style, but City on Fire delivers the goods.
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Joy Sales The Millionaires' Express (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Millionaires' Express (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Sammo Hung directs an all-star Hong Kong Cinema cast in the delightful action comedy adventure The Millionaires' Express! Hung is Chin, a small-time crook who returns to his hometown of Hanshui with the intent to run a brothel. To get his first customers, he plans to sabotage the Shanghai Express - a luxury train carrying a bunch of millionaires - so that it stops right in the town of Hanshui! But a gang of kung-fu bad guys (led by Dick Wei, Richard Norton, and Cynthia Rothrock) are also aboard the train with an eye on a secret map held by some Japanese passengers (Yasuaki Kurata, Yukari Oshima, and Hwang Jang Lee). And even without these fellows, there's a government agent (Kenny Bee) after Chin, the local fireman-turned-police chief Yuen Biao, and the town's former cops (Eric Tsang, Lam Ching Ying, Mang Hoi, Yuen Wah, and Ng Ma!) who are stuck in jail after robbing the bank! Add a passel of beauties (Olivia Cheng, Rosamund Kwan, Emily Chu), some cameos by Hong Kong Cinema stars past and present, and some fantastic, bone-crunching kung-fu action directed by Sammo Hung, and you have The Millionaires' Express, a truly entertaining Hong Kong Cinema must-see!
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Sammo Hung directs an all-star Hong Kong Cinema cast in the delightful action comedy adventure The Millionaires' Express! Hung is Chin, a small-time crook who returns to his hometown of Hanshui with the intent to run a brothel. To get his first customers, he plans to sabotage the Shanghai Express - a luxury train carrying a bunch of millionaires - so that it stops right in the town of Hanshui! But a gang of kung-fu bad guys (led by Dick Wei, Richard Norton, and Cynthia Rothrock) are also aboard the train with an eye on a secret map held by some Japanese passengers (Yasuaki Kurata, Yukari Oshima, and Hwang Jang Lee). And even without these fellows, there's a government agent (Kenny Bee) after Chin, the local fireman-turned-police chief Yuen Biao, and the town's former cops (Eric Tsang, Lam Ching Ying, Mang Hoi, Yuen Wah, and Ng Ma!) who are stuck in jail after robbing the bank! Add a passel of beauties (Olivia Cheng, Rosamund Kwan, Emily Chu), some cameos by Hong Kong Cinema stars past and present, and some fantastic, bone-crunching kung-fu action directed by Sammo Hung, and you have The Millionaires' Express, a truly entertaining Hong Kong Cinema must-see!
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Joy Sales Prison On Fire II (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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Chow Yun Fat returns in Prison On Fire II, the sequel to Ringo Lam's powerful drama, Prison On Fire! Seasoned inmate Mad Dog (Chow Yun Fat) is back for more prison angst and action, as a new head prison guard (Elvis Tsui Kam Kong) is determined to exert his authority over the prison inmates. Mad Dog desires a leave to go see his son, who's stuck in an orphanage, but the politics and intrigue of the prison take priority. The Hong Kong and Mainland prison factions are at odds, and look to be set for an eventual confrontation. Mad Dog simply wants to get out, but he gets stuck between the machinations of Hong Kong inmate Boss Bill (Tommy Wong) and the head Mainlander (Chan Chung Yung). Can he survive the prison's latest bout of political tension before it erupts into an all-out riot? Director Ringo Lam brings his trademark grim and gritty style to Prison On Fire II, but leaves room for the requisite male bonding and Chow Yun Fat's indelible charm. A worthy sequel to the classic original, Prison On Fire II is further proof of Chow Yun Fat's legendary acting prowess.
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Chow Yun Fat returns in Prison On Fire II, the sequel to Ringo Lam's powerful drama, Prison On Fire! Seasoned inmate Mad Dog (Chow Yun Fat) is back for more prison angst and action, as a new head prison guard (Elvis Tsui Kam Kong) is determined to exert his authority over the prison inmates. Mad Dog desires a leave to go see his son, who's stuck in an orphanage, but the politics and intrigue of the prison take priority. The Hong Kong and Mainland prison factions are at odds, and look to be set for an eventual confrontation. Mad Dog simply wants to get out, but he gets stuck between the machinations of Hong Kong inmate Boss Bill (Tommy Wong) and the head Mainlander (Chan Chung Yung). Can he survive the prison's latest bout of political tension before it erupts into an all-out riot? Director Ringo Lam brings his trademark grim and gritty style to Prison On Fire II, but leaves room for the requisite male bonding and Chow Yun Fat's indelible charm. A worthy sequel to the classic original, Prison On Fire II is further proof of Chow Yun Fat's legendary acting prowess.
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Joy Sales By Accident (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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Joy Sales The Cheeky Chap (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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Of the Shaw Brothers Venoms, Wai Pak never quite reached the fame and popularity of his fellow brethen despite being the best looking of the lot. After a brief Shaw Bros. career most notable for Five Deadly Venoms, he jumped to upstart Golden Harvest in 1979. Wai took supporting roles in kung fu classics like Sammo Hung's Magnificent Butcher and Prodigal Son, as well as Jackie Chan's The Young Master. Proper leading man status for Wai would come in the 1980 kung fu flick The Cheeky Chap and the 1981 supernatural thriller The Phantom Killer. Directed by Lee Wing Cheung, The Cheeky Chap is a rare release that sees Wai Pak taking on a Jackie Chan-style kung fu comedy. The young and carefree Ma (Wai Pak) is an accomplished martial artist who never looks away when he sees crime and injustice. His pesky habit brings him into dispute with local gangster Au from whom he rescues Ko. Ma also lends a helping hand to Phoenix (Man Suet Yee) and her debt-ridden father, but Phoenix's father eventually dies in the hands of his debtors, the notorious Sha brothers. Incensed by Ma's constant interference, Au and the Sha brothers decide to team up, laying a trap to take him out.
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Of the Shaw Brothers Venoms, Wai Pak never quite reached the fame and popularity of his fellow brethen despite being the best looking of the lot. After a brief Shaw Bros. career most notable for Five Deadly Venoms, he jumped to upstart Golden Harvest in 1979. Wai took supporting roles in kung fu classics like Sammo Hung's Magnificent Butcher and Prodigal Son, as well as Jackie Chan's The Young Master. Proper leading man status for Wai would come in the 1980 kung fu flick The Cheeky Chap and the 1981 supernatural thriller The Phantom Killer. Directed by Lee Wing Cheung, The Cheeky Chap is a rare release that sees Wai Pak taking on a Jackie Chan-style kung fu comedy. The young and carefree Ma (Wai Pak) is an accomplished martial artist who never looks away when he sees crime and injustice. His pesky habit brings him into dispute with local gangster Au from whom he rescues Ko. Ma also lends a helping hand to Phoenix (Man Suet Yee) and her debt-ridden father, but Phoenix's father eventually dies in the hands of his debtors, the notorious Sha brothers. Incensed by Ma's constant interference, Au and the Sha brothers decide to team up, laying a trap to take him out.
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Joy Sales My Cape Of Many Dreams (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales My Cape Of Many Dreams (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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My Cape Of Many Dreams (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Aces Go Places II (1983) (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Aces Go Places II (1983) (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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The "Best Partners" return in Aces Go Places 2, the inevitable and equally-as-entertaining sequel to the original Aces Go Places. It seems that King Kong (Sam Hui) and Kodojak (Karl Maka) made some enemies in the first film, because the second film kicks off with an assassination plot on their lives! The orders come from Henry Kissinger(!), and the assassin is the nefarious Black Glove, who happens to look just like Clint Eastwood AND wears his costume from his famous Spaghetti Westerns, too! Unfazed by their new popularity, King Kong and Kodojak continue to pal around, find romantic misadventures, annoy the returning Inspector "Hot Tongue" Ho (Sylvia Chang), get framed for various crimes, and still regroup in time to rout the bad guys and save the day. Featuring even more slapstick, silliness, and surprising stuntwork, this sequel was an instant success with fans of the first film. It may not make that much sense, but it doesn't have to! It's Aces Go Places 2!
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The "Best Partners" return in Aces Go Places 2, the inevitable and equally-as-entertaining sequel to the original Aces Go Places. It seems that King Kong (Sam Hui) and Kodojak (Karl Maka) made some enemies in the first film, because the second film kicks off with an assassination plot on their lives! The orders come from Henry Kissinger(!), and the assassin is the nefarious Black Glove, who happens to look just like Clint Eastwood AND wears his costume from his famous Spaghetti Westerns, too! Unfazed by their new popularity, King Kong and Kodojak continue to pal around, find romantic misadventures, annoy the returning Inspector "Hot Tongue" Ho (Sylvia Chang), get framed for various crimes, and still regroup in time to rout the bad guys and save the day. Featuring even more slapstick, silliness, and surprising stuntwork, this sequel was an instant success with fans of the first film. It may not make that much sense, but it doesn't have to! It's Aces Go Places 2!
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Joy Sales Aces Go Places IV (1986) (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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They just keep coming! Aces Go Places 4 brings back the original cast for more silly escapades and wacky buddy comedy - only this time their foe is Toht (Ronald Lacey) from Raiders of the Lost Ark! A nefarious international cartel is after a super soldier formula, the secret of which may lie with King Kong (Sam Hui). Meanwhile, Kodojak (Karl Maka) is still experiencing domestic weirdness with wife "Hot Tongue" Ho (Sylvia Chang) and son Baldy Jr. (Cyrus Wong). However, when the bad guys show up, they take Hot Tongue hostage - meaning King Kong, Kodojak, and the surprisingly athletic Baldy Jr. must head to New Zealand to rescue Hot Tongue and take down Toht. There's even time for King Kong to romance Sally (Sally Yeh), and for Baldy Jr. to perform some surprisingly dangerous-looking stuntwork. Featuring the same sublime actor chemistry and supreme energetic silliness of the previous three films, Aces Go Places 4 is surefire comic fun! Directed by Ringo Lam.
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They just keep coming! Aces Go Places 4 brings back the original cast for more silly escapades and wacky buddy comedy - only this time their foe is Toht (Ronald Lacey) from Raiders of the Lost Ark! A nefarious international cartel is after a super soldier formula, the secret of which may lie with King Kong (Sam Hui). Meanwhile, Kodojak (Karl Maka) is still experiencing domestic weirdness with wife "Hot Tongue" Ho (Sylvia Chang) and son Baldy Jr. (Cyrus Wong). However, when the bad guys show up, they take Hot Tongue hostage - meaning King Kong, Kodojak, and the surprisingly athletic Baldy Jr. must head to New Zealand to rescue Hot Tongue and take down Toht. There's even time for King Kong to romance Sally (Sally Yeh), and for Baldy Jr. to perform some surprisingly dangerous-looking stuntwork. Featuring the same sublime actor chemistry and supreme energetic silliness of the previous three films, Aces Go Places 4 is surefire comic fun! Directed by Ringo Lam.
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Joy Sales Zu: Warriors From The Magic Mountain (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Zu: Warriors From The Magic Mountain (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version)
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You won't find more essential Hong Kong Cinema than director Tsui Hark's 1983 blockbuster Zu - Warriors From The Magic Mountain, now digitally remastered! A fantasy epic detailing the plight of ordinary humans thrust into a supernatural battle of the gods, Zu stars Yuen Biao as Ti Ming Chi, a faceless soldier caught in pointless battles between warring Chinese clans. While escaping into the Zu Mountains, Ming Chi meets up with master swordsman Ting Yin (Adam Cheng), and somehow gets dragged on a dangerous quest to seek out the legendary Twin Swords. The swords may be the only weapons capable of stopping an all-consuming ancient evil, that until now has only been held in check by the venerable Long Brows (Sammo Hung). Their journey brings them many challenges and allies, including bumbling monks Hsiao Yu and Yi Chen (Damian Lau and Mang Hoi), and the Countess (Brigitte Lin), the powerful mistress of the Jade Pool Fairy Fortress. But when Ting Yin gets possessed by the evil, it's up to the relatively ordinary Ming Chi and Yi Chen to complete the master's quest, and wield the Twins Swords for the good of all humanity!Acrobatic action sequences, a host of Hong Kong Cinema stars, and Tsui Hark's infectiously energetic direction has made Zu - Warriors From the Magic Mountain a timeless audience favorite. But it's really the complex, wildly entertaining story and the unprecedented use of special effects that have raised the film to classic Hong Kong Cinema status! Zu would go on to become one of Tsui Hark's signature works, and paved the way for The Legend of Zu, a stunning 2001 sequel that revisited the magical mountain with spectacular, updated digital effects!
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You won't find more essential Hong Kong Cinema than director Tsui Hark's 1983 blockbuster Zu - Warriors From The Magic Mountain, now digitally remastered! A fantasy epic detailing the plight of ordinary humans thrust into a supernatural battle of the gods, Zu stars Yuen Biao as Ti Ming Chi, a faceless soldier caught in pointless battles between warring Chinese clans. While escaping into the Zu Mountains, Ming Chi meets up with master swordsman Ting Yin (Adam Cheng), and somehow gets dragged on a dangerous quest to seek out the legendary Twin Swords. The swords may be the only weapons capable of stopping an all-consuming ancient evil, that until now has only been held in check by the venerable Long Brows (Sammo Hung). Their journey brings them many challenges and allies, including bumbling monks Hsiao Yu and Yi Chen (Damian Lau and Mang Hoi), and the Countess (Brigitte Lin), the powerful mistress of the Jade Pool Fairy Fortress. But when Ting Yin gets possessed by the evil, it's up to the relatively ordinary Ming Chi and Yi Chen to complete the master's quest, and wield the Twins Swords for the good of all humanity!Acrobatic action sequences, a host of Hong Kong Cinema stars, and Tsui Hark's infectiously energetic direction has made Zu - Warriors From the Magic Mountain a timeless audience favorite. But it's really the complex, wildly entertaining story and the unprecedented use of special effects that have raised the film to classic Hong Kong Cinema status! Zu would go on to become one of Tsui Hark's signature works, and paved the way for The Legend of Zu, a stunning 2001 sequel that revisited the magical mountain with spectacular, updated digital effects!
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Joy Sales The Ghost Story: Print Skin (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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Gordon Chan's Painted Skin reinvented the Chinese macabre classic "Liaozhai" with lavish use of martial arts elements. This Print Skin, adapted from the same source material, offers ample action of another kind. Directed by Stephan Yip (Friday Gigolo), The Ghost Story: Print Skin boasts a handful of erotic film regulars like Sophie Ngan and Lam Wai Kin, in a cautious tale of a scholar falling for an alluring woman who turns out to be a vicious ghost. Despite being cheated on, the scholar's virtuous wife seeks help from a manly Taoist priest to save her bewitched husband.
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Gordon Chan's Painted Skin reinvented the Chinese macabre classic "Liaozhai" with lavish use of martial arts elements. This Print Skin, adapted from the same source material, offers ample action of another kind. Directed by Stephan Yip (Friday Gigolo), The Ghost Story: Print Skin boasts a handful of erotic film regulars like Sophie Ngan and Lam Wai Kin, in a cautious tale of a scholar falling for an alluring woman who turns out to be a vicious ghost. Despite being cheated on, the scholar's virtuous wife seeks help from a manly Taoist priest to save her bewitched husband.
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Joy Sales Armour of God (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Armour of God (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Jackie Chan is Asian Hawk, an Indiana Jones-style grave robber who's called into service to discover the secret behind the "Armour of God," a suit of mystical armor reputedly worn by an ancient deity. Asian Hawk takes the job, but must also contend with a former friend (popular singer Alan Tam) who hitches a ride to find his wayward girlfriend Rosamund Kwan - who just so happens to be the ex-girlfriend of Asian Hawk. Armour of God features stunning international locations and some imaginative action set pieces that could only have come from the mind of Jackie Chan. Some of the standout action sequences include an extended fight with four monstrous women, an acrobatic tussle in monastery, and a notoriously dangerous stunt that landed Jackie Chan in the hospital. You can actually see that failed stunt DURING the ending outtakes, which serves as a compelling reminder of Chan's humanity, and unswerving proof of his daredevil genius and unmatched commitment to his art. Armour of God is undoubtedly one of Jackie Chan's signature cinema vehicles.
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Jackie Chan is Asian Hawk, an Indiana Jones-style grave robber who's called into service to discover the secret behind the "Armour of God," a suit of mystical armor reputedly worn by an ancient deity. Asian Hawk takes the job, but must also contend with a former friend (popular singer Alan Tam) who hitches a ride to find his wayward girlfriend Rosamund Kwan - who just so happens to be the ex-girlfriend of Asian Hawk. Armour of God features stunning international locations and some imaginative action set pieces that could only have come from the mind of Jackie Chan. Some of the standout action sequences include an extended fight with four monstrous women, an acrobatic tussle in monastery, and a notoriously dangerous stunt that landed Jackie Chan in the hospital. You can actually see that failed stunt DURING the ending outtakes, which serves as a compelling reminder of Chan's humanity, and unswerving proof of his daredevil genius and unmatched commitment to his art. Armour of God is undoubtedly one of Jackie Chan's signature cinema vehicles.
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Joy Sales The Prodigal Son (1981) (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Prodigal Son (1981) (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version)
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Two of Hong Kong cinema's greatest action luminaries, Sammo Hung and Yuen Biao, star in the 1982 classic period kung fu flick The Prodigal Son. Also directed by Sammo Hung, the film is an action-packed coming-of-age account of Foshan legend Leung Jan, master of the Wing Chun martial arts style. Considered one of the best traditional martial arts films of all time, The Prodigal Son is also one of the first films to truly showcase Wing Chun on screen, not to mention the high-kicking, fist-flying prowess of Yuen Biao, Sammo Hung, Frankie Chan, and the late Lam Ching Ying, who is best known for the Mr. Vampire series. Recognized for Best Action Choreography at the 2nd Hong Kong Film Awards, The Prodigal Son features beautifully choreographed pure fighting sequences that are difficult to find in today's breed of action films. Martial arts aficionado Leung Jan (Yuen Biao) has never lost a fight thanks to his wealthy protective parents who pay off all his opponents. When Leung Jan is easily beaten by visiting Chinese opera troupe artist Leung Yee Tai (Lam Ching Ying), he finally realizes his previous martial arts training has been all a sham. Leung Jan decides to join the opera troupe to learn real kung fu, but bloody tragedy soon befalls the troupe after Yee Tai inadvertently crosses some Manchu officials. Studying under Yee Tai and his friend Wong Wa Po (Sammo Hung), Leung Jan must master the art of Wing Chun so he can avenge the troupe and deliver justice where it's due.
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Two of Hong Kong cinema's greatest action luminaries, Sammo Hung and Yuen Biao, star in the 1982 classic period kung fu flick The Prodigal Son. Also directed by Sammo Hung, the film is an action-packed coming-of-age account of Foshan legend Leung Jan, master of the Wing Chun martial arts style. Considered one of the best traditional martial arts films of all time, The Prodigal Son is also one of the first films to truly showcase Wing Chun on screen, not to mention the high-kicking, fist-flying prowess of Yuen Biao, Sammo Hung, Frankie Chan, and the late Lam Ching Ying, who is best known for the Mr. Vampire series. Recognized for Best Action Choreography at the 2nd Hong Kong Film Awards, The Prodigal Son features beautifully choreographed pure fighting sequences that are difficult to find in today's breed of action films. Martial arts aficionado Leung Jan (Yuen Biao) has never lost a fight thanks to his wealthy protective parents who pay off all his opponents. When Leung Jan is easily beaten by visiting Chinese opera troupe artist Leung Yee Tai (Lam Ching Ying), he finally realizes his previous martial arts training has been all a sham. Leung Jan decides to join the opera troupe to learn real kung fu, but bloody tragedy soon befalls the troupe after Yee Tai inadvertently crosses some Manchu officials. Studying under Yee Tai and his friend Wong Wa Po (Sammo Hung), Leung Jan must master the art of Wing Chun so he can avenge the troupe and deliver justice where it's due.
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Joy Sales The Drummer (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Drummer (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Written and directed by Kenneth Bi (Rice Rhapsody), The Drummer combines the unlikely themes of triads and zen drumming into a rousing, beat-filled journey of personal growth. Jaycee Chan (The Sun Also Rises), who is fast emerging as the best young actor of his generation, stars as a rebellious youth whose life is changed by the steady beats of the zen drum. The film co-stars screen veteran Tony Leung Ka Fai and Golden Horse Best Actress Angelica Lee (Re-Cycle), along with supporting players Josie Ho (Exiled), Roy Cheung (Exiled), and pop starlet Yumiko Cheng (Everlasting Regret). Rash and rebellious, Sid (Jaycee Chan) is forced to go into hiding when he's caught in bed with the girlfriend (Yumiko Cheng) of a mob boss (Kenneth Tsang). While his harried triad leader father (Tony Leung Ka Fai) tries to sort things out in Hong Kong, Sid gets exiled to Taiwan where he loafs around angrily making life difficult for henchman Chiu (Roy Cheung). An aspiring musician himself, Sid takes an interest in a group of traditional zen drummers, particularly the young and abrasive Hong Dou (Angelica Lee). Stubborn as ever, he joins the troupe at their back-to-the-basics mountain residence, clashing with their strict regiment of martial arts training and disciplined living. And yet step by step, beat by beat, Sid begins to change... Jaycee Chan and Angelica Lee, who both underwent special training to rise to their drumming roles, give convincing performances onscreen, although the real percussion show belongs to the performers from Taiwan's U Theatre troupe who, like the roles they portray on screen, train vigorously in the mountains practicing zen drumming, meditation, and martial arts. Director Bi was actually inspired to make this film after he saw a U Theatre performance six years ago. He especially sought out the troupe to learn more about their art and way of living, thus beginning the big screen journey of this rare art and uncommon film.
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Written and directed by Kenneth Bi (Rice Rhapsody), The Drummer combines the unlikely themes of triads and zen drumming into a rousing, beat-filled journey of personal growth. Jaycee Chan (The Sun Also Rises), who is fast emerging as the best young actor of his generation, stars as a rebellious youth whose life is changed by the steady beats of the zen drum. The film co-stars screen veteran Tony Leung Ka Fai and Golden Horse Best Actress Angelica Lee (Re-Cycle), along with supporting players Josie Ho (Exiled), Roy Cheung (Exiled), and pop starlet Yumiko Cheng (Everlasting Regret). Rash and rebellious, Sid (Jaycee Chan) is forced to go into hiding when he's caught in bed with the girlfriend (Yumiko Cheng) of a mob boss (Kenneth Tsang). While his harried triad leader father (Tony Leung Ka Fai) tries to sort things out in Hong Kong, Sid gets exiled to Taiwan where he loafs around angrily making life difficult for henchman Chiu (Roy Cheung). An aspiring musician himself, Sid takes an interest in a group of traditional zen drummers, particularly the young and abrasive Hong Dou (Angelica Lee). Stubborn as ever, he joins the troupe at their back-to-the-basics mountain residence, clashing with their strict regiment of martial arts training and disciplined living. And yet step by step, beat by beat, Sid begins to change... Jaycee Chan and Angelica Lee, who both underwent special training to rise to their drumming roles, give convincing performances onscreen, although the real percussion show belongs to the performers from Taiwan's U Theatre troupe who, like the roles they portray on screen, train vigorously in the mountains practicing zen drumming, meditation, and martial arts. Director Bi was actually inspired to make this film after he saw a U Theatre performance six years ago. He especially sought out the troupe to learn more about their art and way of living, thus beginning the big screen journey of this rare art and uncommon film.
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Joy Sales Heart To Hearts (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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Popular singer George Lam gets caught in a love triangle in Heart to Hearts, a hit romantic comedy from director Gordon Chan that went on to spawn two sequels! George Lam is Alex, a music producer who moonlights as a choir teacher. He takes a shine to one of his students (Vivian Chow in her debut), but her overprotective mother (the hilarious Carol "Dodo" Cheng) thinks he might be trying to date her daughter. But the misunderstanding gets ironed out, and Alex begins to see the mother instead - which bothers Alex's ex-girlfriend (Rosamund Kwan). Suddenly, the ex wants Alex back, leading to a tug-of-war between the two women and a final, fateful decision from Alex! The chemistry between George Lam and Carol Cheng, and a star-making performance from Vivian Chow highlight Heart to Hearts, but it's the winning combination of comedy, romance, and drama that make this one of the best Hong Kong romantic comedies of the late eighties. Followed by the sequels, Heart Into Hearts and Hearts Against Hearts.
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Popular singer George Lam gets caught in a love triangle in Heart to Hearts, a hit romantic comedy from director Gordon Chan that went on to spawn two sequels! George Lam is Alex, a music producer who moonlights as a choir teacher. He takes a shine to one of his students (Vivian Chow in her debut), but her overprotective mother (the hilarious Carol "Dodo" Cheng) thinks he might be trying to date her daughter. But the misunderstanding gets ironed out, and Alex begins to see the mother instead - which bothers Alex's ex-girlfriend (Rosamund Kwan). Suddenly, the ex wants Alex back, leading to a tug-of-war between the two women and a final, fateful decision from Alex! The chemistry between George Lam and Carol Cheng, and a star-making performance from Vivian Chow highlight Heart to Hearts, but it's the winning combination of comedy, romance, and drama that make this one of the best Hong Kong romantic comedies of the late eighties. Followed by the sequels, Heart Into Hearts and Hearts Against Hearts.
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Joy Sales City Squeeze (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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Directed by New Year's comedy master Clifton Ko, City Squeeze (1989) is a hilarious urban comedy about adultery gone wrong. Late icons Jim Wong and Lydia Shum and screen idols Kenny Bee and Elizabeth Lee Mei Fung star in this quintessential 80s comedy. City Squeeze's characters and situations should be plenty familiar with Jim Wong playing the middle-aged man looking for an affair, and Lydia Shum embodying the domineering wife with characteristic zest. Workplace sparks and homelife spars lead to laughs and more laughs as romance comes for some and goes for others! Wong (Kenny Bee) works in mid-level management at Yau's (Jim Wong) company. His greatest desire is to get recruited by headhunters so he can leave his frustrating job. Yau himself isn't much better off as ultimate power lies in the hands of his portly, wealthy wife (Lydia Shum) whom Yau relied on to finance his company. While on a factory inspection, Yau falls head over heels for beautiful receptionist Fung (Elizabeth Lee). Disgruntled with her job, Fung agrees to date Yau who arranges a position for her at his office. Fung's presence raises a minor storm in the workplace, and it's not soon before Wong and Fung are happily batting eyes at each other. But what happens when everyone's relationships are revealed?
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Directed by New Year's comedy master Clifton Ko, City Squeeze (1989) is a hilarious urban comedy about adultery gone wrong. Late icons Jim Wong and Lydia Shum and screen idols Kenny Bee and Elizabeth Lee Mei Fung star in this quintessential 80s comedy. City Squeeze's characters and situations should be plenty familiar with Jim Wong playing the middle-aged man looking for an affair, and Lydia Shum embodying the domineering wife with characteristic zest. Workplace sparks and homelife spars lead to laughs and more laughs as romance comes for some and goes for others! Wong (Kenny Bee) works in mid-level management at Yau's (Jim Wong) company. His greatest desire is to get recruited by headhunters so he can leave his frustrating job. Yau himself isn't much better off as ultimate power lies in the hands of his portly, wealthy wife (Lydia Shum) whom Yau relied on to finance his company. While on a factory inspection, Yau falls head over heels for beautiful receptionist Fung (Elizabeth Lee). Disgruntled with her job, Fung agrees to date Yau who arranges a position for her at his office. Fung's presence raises a minor storm in the workplace, and it's not soon before Wong and Fung are happily batting eyes at each other. But what happens when everyone's relationships are revealed?
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Joy Sales Games Gamblers Play (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Games Gamblers Play (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version)
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The Hui Brothers re-invented Hong Kong film with their groundbreaking 1974 Cantonese comedy Games Gamblers Play which launched their successful careers. The creative siblings take on multiple duties, with Michael writing, directing, and starring opposite Sam, who also composes and sings the theme song. They get a helping hand from the legendary Sammo Hung, who provides action choreography to the film. Man (Michael Hui) knows quite a few gambling tricks. He meets fellow conman Kit (Sam Hui) in the jail, and they decide to team up for scams when they get out. The duo comes up with a seemingly seamless plan designed to con a huge sum of money out of a nefarious gang boss. But they soon have to forget about making a fortune as their plan gets exposed and the gang boss wants them dead...
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The Hui Brothers re-invented Hong Kong film with their groundbreaking 1974 Cantonese comedy Games Gamblers Play which launched their successful careers. The creative siblings take on multiple duties, with Michael writing, directing, and starring opposite Sam, who also composes and sings the theme song. They get a helping hand from the legendary Sammo Hung, who provides action choreography to the film. Man (Michael Hui) knows quite a few gambling tricks. He meets fellow conman Kit (Sam Hui) in the jail, and they decide to team up for scams when they get out. The duo comes up with a seemingly seamless plan designed to con a huge sum of money out of a nefarious gang boss. But they soon have to forget about making a fortune as their plan gets exposed and the gang boss wants them dead...
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Joy Sales The Yesman (VCD) (Hong Kong Version ) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Yesman (VCD) (Hong Kong Version )
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The Yesman (VCD) (Hong Kong Version )
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Joy Sales Living And Loving (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Living And Loving (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Living And Loving (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales All The Wrong Spies (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales All The Wrong Spies (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Nominated for five awards at the 3rd Hong Kong Film Awards, including a Best Director nod for Teddy Robin, All the Wrong Spies is a crowd-pleasing espionage comedy set at the dawn of the Second World War. Produced and written by Raymond Wong, the 1983 Cinema City production stars singer-actors George Lam, Teddy Robin, filmmaker extraordinaire Tsui Hark, and Taiwan beauty Brigitte Lin. Equally engrossing is the Cantonese theme song sung by George Lam, which is adapted from a popular Mandarin oldie by lyricist James Wong. In 1939, spies from different sides converge in Hong Kong for the blueprint of a super weapon smuggled out of Nazi Germany by a Jewish scientist. Private investigator Yo (George Lam) has been commissioned to help him reach an American secret agent. But, with a couple of Gestapos hot on their heels, it is no easy job at all! The blueprint ends up in the lap of Police Commissioner "Fat Chick" (Paul Chun), who intends to hand it over to the Japanese. With the help of his Inspector friend Robin (Teddy Robin) and Chinese agent "No.1" (Brigitte Lin), Yo goes to meet Chick in the guise of Japan's top spy Hiroshima Taro, hoping to get the blueprint back. Chaos and complications ensue when the real Hiroshima (Tsui Hark) shows up...
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Nominated for five awards at the 3rd Hong Kong Film Awards, including a Best Director nod for Teddy Robin, All the Wrong Spies is a crowd-pleasing espionage comedy set at the dawn of the Second World War. Produced and written by Raymond Wong, the 1983 Cinema City production stars singer-actors George Lam, Teddy Robin, filmmaker extraordinaire Tsui Hark, and Taiwan beauty Brigitte Lin. Equally engrossing is the Cantonese theme song sung by George Lam, which is adapted from a popular Mandarin oldie by lyricist James Wong. In 1939, spies from different sides converge in Hong Kong for the blueprint of a super weapon smuggled out of Nazi Germany by a Jewish scientist. Private investigator Yo (George Lam) has been commissioned to help him reach an American secret agent. But, with a couple of Gestapos hot on their heels, it is no easy job at all! The blueprint ends up in the lap of Police Commissioner "Fat Chick" (Paul Chun), who intends to hand it over to the Japanese. With the help of his Inspector friend Robin (Teddy Robin) and Chinese agent "No.1" (Brigitte Lin), Yo goes to meet Chick in the guise of Japan's top spy Hiroshima Taro, hoping to get the blueprint back. Chaos and complications ensue when the real Hiroshima (Tsui Hark) shows up...
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Joy Sales Chelsia, My Love (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Chelsia, My Love (Hong Kong Version)
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Chelsia Chan was quite a legend in the Hong Kong entertainment industry. She started her career as a singer in 1975, and her screen debut, Chelsia, My Love, paved the way for her stardom in the film industry. Her popularity even extended to Korea, which was quite rare for Chinese stars at that time. She retired from her fabulous career in 1981 when she got married and moved to Malaysia with her husband, and did not return to the music scene until 2006 when she released her new album Flying Our Dream in Korea. Her debut movie, Chelsia, My Love, also starring famous singer Kenny Bee, is now available on disc again for fans! Directed by Sung Cheng Shou, Chelsia, My Love sees Chelsia Chan as a girl suffering from a chronic disease. She encounters Leung (Kenny Bee) in her graduation ball and they fall in love with each other, but can their romance last forever? The theme song One Summer Night also gained unprecedented popularity across Asia, and is still many Korean fans' summertime favorite. Chelsia Chan performed the Korean version to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the film's release, and the song is available in Flying Our Dream.
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Chelsia Chan was quite a legend in the Hong Kong entertainment industry. She started her career as a singer in 1975, and her screen debut, Chelsia, My Love, paved the way for her stardom in the film industry. Her popularity even extended to Korea, which was quite rare for Chinese stars at that time. She retired from her fabulous career in 1981 when she got married and moved to Malaysia with her husband, and did not return to the music scene until 2006 when she released her new album Flying Our Dream in Korea. Her debut movie, Chelsia, My Love, also starring famous singer Kenny Bee, is now available on disc again for fans! Directed by Sung Cheng Shou, Chelsia, My Love sees Chelsia Chan as a girl suffering from a chronic disease. She encounters Leung (Kenny Bee) in her graduation ball and they fall in love with each other, but can their romance last forever? The theme song One Summer Night also gained unprecedented popularity across Asia, and is still many Korean fans' summertime favorite. Chelsia Chan performed the Korean version to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the film's release, and the song is available in Flying Our Dream.
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Joy Sales Gonna Get You (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Gonna Get You (Hong Kong Version)
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Those who grew up in Hong Kong in the 1970s definitely remember the Wynners, a band formed by Alan Tam, Kenny Bee, Bennett Pang, Danny Yip, and Anthony Chan. They first dabbled into the film industry with Let's Rock in 1975, and in 1976 they made their second movie as a band, titled Gonna Get You, which was also tailored for them. This comedy's focus basically falls on Alan Tam and Kenny Bee, who are still very active in the entertainment circle today. The story evolves around a drug dealer trying to smuggle narcotics to the States with help of a band's (played by the Wynners, of course) guitar. But Kenny Bee feels there is something fishy about the guitar and uncovers the crime... The success of Let's Rock and Gonna Get You paved the way for more Wynners movies in the 1970s like Making It and Lucky by Chance.
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Those who grew up in Hong Kong in the 1970s definitely remember the Wynners, a band formed by Alan Tam, Kenny Bee, Bennett Pang, Danny Yip, and Anthony Chan. They first dabbled into the film industry with Let's Rock in 1975, and in 1976 they made their second movie as a band, titled Gonna Get You, which was also tailored for them. This comedy's focus basically falls on Alan Tam and Kenny Bee, who are still very active in the entertainment circle today. The story evolves around a drug dealer trying to smuggle narcotics to the States with help of a band's (played by the Wynners, of course) guitar. But Kenny Bee feels there is something fishy about the guitar and uncovers the crime... The success of Let's Rock and Gonna Get You paved the way for more Wynners movies in the 1970s like Making It and Lucky by Chance.
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Joy Sales Forget Me Not (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 39.30 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Forget Me Not (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Lam Yi (Grace Ip) returns to the orphanage that she grew up in after a broken relationship leaves her homeless. On the way back one night, she encounters a physically scarred child abandoned on the street with nowhere to go. Feeling sorry for her, Lam Yi takes her back to the orphanage to care for her. However, an investigation into the child's past reveals spooky paranormal events that becomes far more horrifying that Lam Yi could ever imagine. Produced by director Derek Yee (One Nite in Mongkok), the horror drama stars Grace Ip, Raymond Wong (The Death Curse), Wayne Lai (Rosy Business), and Carl Ng (Yesterday Once More). Director Albert Mak highlights a traditional Chinese ritual called "scaring" in Forget Me Not. The director shows a detailed depiction of the ritual in the film, which involves shouting the name of a person afflicted by disgruntled spirits to scare them away.
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Lam Yi (Grace Ip) returns to the orphanage that she grew up in after a broken relationship leaves her homeless. On the way back one night, she encounters a physically scarred child abandoned on the street with nowhere to go. Feeling sorry for her, Lam Yi takes her back to the orphanage to care for her. However, an investigation into the child's past reveals spooky paranormal events that becomes far more horrifying that Lam Yi could ever imagine. Produced by director Derek Yee (One Nite in Mongkok), the horror drama stars Grace Ip, Raymond Wong (The Death Curse), Wayne Lai (Rosy Business), and Carl Ng (Yesterday Once More). Director Albert Mak highlights a traditional Chinese ritual called "scaring" in Forget Me Not. The director shows a detailed depiction of the ritual in the film, which involves shouting the name of a person afflicted by disgruntled spirits to scare them away.
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Joy Sales Tracing Shadow (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Tracing Shadow (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Francis Ng returns to the director's chair for the martial arts comedy Tracing Shadow. Again sharing credits with Dancing Lion co-director Marco Mak, Ng also takes the leading role in this rowdy kung-fu sendup about martial arts masters converging on a village to find a lost map. Though the movie is played for laughs, the action is serious business, with impressive martial arts sequences sprinkled throughout. Art direction is top-notch, as is the supporting cast of Jaycee Chan (The Sun Also Rises) and actresses Pace Wu (Marriage with a Fool) and Xie Na (Two Stupid Eggs). Ng also enlists additional star support through a running gag involving celebrity lookalikes. Chaos reigns during the Ming Dynasty as martial artists from both sides of justice rush to the imperial capital to get their hands on a legendary treasure map. After a grand duel at the palace, the map disappears, its whereabouts traced to a small village. Disguised as commoners, five martial artists, including Mongolian warrior Chang (Francis Ng) and ninja Xin (Pace Wu), settle in the village to surreptitiously investigate, but they end up staying for a lot longer than they intended. They appear to be like any other villager, holding shop and regularly getting harassed by spoiled young landlord Xu (Jaycee Chan), but they're actually all secretly jostling to find the lost map. Mayhem breaks out when the map suddenly reappears again.
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Francis Ng returns to the director's chair for the martial arts comedy Tracing Shadow. Again sharing credits with Dancing Lion co-director Marco Mak, Ng also takes the leading role in this rowdy kung-fu sendup about martial arts masters converging on a village to find a lost map. Though the movie is played for laughs, the action is serious business, with impressive martial arts sequences sprinkled throughout. Art direction is top-notch, as is the supporting cast of Jaycee Chan (The Sun Also Rises) and actresses Pace Wu (Marriage with a Fool) and Xie Na (Two Stupid Eggs). Ng also enlists additional star support through a running gag involving celebrity lookalikes. Chaos reigns during the Ming Dynasty as martial artists from both sides of justice rush to the imperial capital to get their hands on a legendary treasure map. After a grand duel at the palace, the map disappears, its whereabouts traced to a small village. Disguised as commoners, five martial artists, including Mongolian warrior Chang (Francis Ng) and ninja Xin (Pace Wu), settle in the village to surreptitiously investigate, but they end up staying for a lot longer than they intended. They appear to be like any other villager, holding shop and regularly getting harassed by spoiled young landlord Xu (Jaycee Chan), but they're actually all secretly jostling to find the lost map. Mayhem breaks out when the map suddenly reappears again.
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Joy Sales Hero Of The Time (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Hero Of The Time (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Hero Of The Time (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Beach Of The War Gods (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Beach Of The War Gods (Hong Kong Version)
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One-Armed Swordsman Jimmy Wang Yu directs and stars in the 1973 period actioner Beach of the War Gods. Loosely inspired by real events, this classic fightfest is set in the late Ming Dynasty when the southern coast of China was constantly under threat by Japanese marauders. Loner swordsman Hsiao Feng arrives in the small coastal town of Litan just as it's under attack, and single-handedly dispels the aggressors with his lightning moves. The fight's far from over, however, as the Japanese vow to return in full force. With time running out, Hsiao Feng mobilizes and trains the villagers to brace for the final bloody battle. One of the few films Wang Yu made with Golden Harvest, Beach of the War Gods is also one of the most classic from his post-Shaw Brothers era. Rallied by the familiar theme of fighting off the Japanese, the thin story provides a perfect vehicle for pure Wang Yu action. The final segment of the film in particular is a non-stop montage of action set piece after another as the entire village breaks out into an all-out fight zone, capped off with a climactic finale that holds up with the best of Wang's work.
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One-Armed Swordsman Jimmy Wang Yu directs and stars in the 1973 period actioner Beach of the War Gods. Loosely inspired by real events, this classic fightfest is set in the late Ming Dynasty when the southern coast of China was constantly under threat by Japanese marauders. Loner swordsman Hsiao Feng arrives in the small coastal town of Litan just as it's under attack, and single-handedly dispels the aggressors with his lightning moves. The fight's far from over, however, as the Japanese vow to return in full force. With time running out, Hsiao Feng mobilizes and trains the villagers to brace for the final bloody battle. One of the few films Wang Yu made with Golden Harvest, Beach of the War Gods is also one of the most classic from his post-Shaw Brothers era. Rallied by the familiar theme of fighting off the Japanese, the thin story provides a perfect vehicle for pure Wang Yu action. The final segment of the film in particular is a non-stop montage of action set piece after another as the entire village breaks out into an all-out fight zone, capped off with a climactic finale that holds up with the best of Wang's work.
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Joy Sales Love Across The Bridge (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Love Across The Bridge (Hong Kong Version)
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Love Across The Bridge (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Nothing Is Impossible (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Nothing Is Impossible (Hong Kong Version)
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Drinking games and alcohol come hand in hand, and Hong Kong is particularly fond of "speed fists" drinking games, a very elaborate cousin of rock paper scissors. A combination of high-speed chants and hand and body motions, fist drinking games are a unique part of Chinese culture, so it was only matter of time before the hallowed practice got the big screen treatment. Directed by Lam Wah Chuen (Runaway Pistol), Nothing is Impossible is a colorful zero-to-hero comedy starring popular comedian Dayo Wong (Fighting to Survive) and Johnnie To regular Cherrie Ying (Throw Down). Add in a smattering of romance, Wong's signature wry humor, and a motley line-up of cameos, and Nothing is Impossible presents a very Hong Kong slice of cinema. Cram school teacher Vivian (Cherrie Ying) may have a good job and photogenic looks, but when it comes to fist drinking games and holding down her alcohol, she still has a long way to go. When Vivian loses her boyfriend (Andy On) to speed fists champion Mango (Debbie Koh), she is determined to win back her pride. She teams up with former champion Turtle (Dayo Wong) to learn the tricks of the game, but he has a long list of problems himself, including a money-hungry ex-wife and piling debts. Vivian soon develops a liking for the game and for her tutor, but can she master the game in time to triumph at the speed fist championship?
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Drinking games and alcohol come hand in hand, and Hong Kong is particularly fond of "speed fists" drinking games, a very elaborate cousin of rock paper scissors. A combination of high-speed chants and hand and body motions, fist drinking games are a unique part of Chinese culture, so it was only matter of time before the hallowed practice got the big screen treatment. Directed by Lam Wah Chuen (Runaway Pistol), Nothing is Impossible is a colorful zero-to-hero comedy starring popular comedian Dayo Wong (Fighting to Survive) and Johnnie To regular Cherrie Ying (Throw Down). Add in a smattering of romance, Wong's signature wry humor, and a motley line-up of cameos, and Nothing is Impossible presents a very Hong Kong slice of cinema. Cram school teacher Vivian (Cherrie Ying) may have a good job and photogenic looks, but when it comes to fist drinking games and holding down her alcohol, she still has a long way to go. When Vivian loses her boyfriend (Andy On) to speed fists champion Mango (Debbie Koh), she is determined to win back her pride. She teams up with former champion Turtle (Dayo Wong) to learn the tricks of the game, but he has a long list of problems himself, including a money-hungry ex-wife and piling debts. Vivian soon develops a liking for the game and for her tutor, but can she master the game in time to triumph at the speed fist championship?
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Joy Sales All The Wrong Clues (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales All The Wrong Clues (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Master director Tsui Hark assembles All the Wrong Clues, a zany comedy starring the proven screen team of George Lam and Teddy Robin. When Godfather Capone (the hilarious Karl Mak) is released from jail, he makes it his primary goal to exact vengeance upon Champ (George Lam), a mild-mannered private investigator who was responsible for sending Capone up the river. Capone sends wacky killer Eric Tsang after Champ, but Champ has an ally: diminutive Police Chief Robin (Teddy Robin), who decides to protect Champ from Capone's encroaching henchmen. But Capone's criminal adversaries plan to use Champ to double-cross Capone. Who will win: Champ, Capone, or Capone's criminal adversaries? And can this movie get any sillier? Tsui Hark throws everything but the kitchen sink into All the Wrong Clues, a breathless and gonzo comedy that simply defies description! Also known by the incredibly long title All the Wrong Clues...for the Right Solution.
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Master director Tsui Hark assembles All the Wrong Clues, a zany comedy starring the proven screen team of George Lam and Teddy Robin. When Godfather Capone (the hilarious Karl Mak) is released from jail, he makes it his primary goal to exact vengeance upon Champ (George Lam), a mild-mannered private investigator who was responsible for sending Capone up the river. Capone sends wacky killer Eric Tsang after Champ, but Champ has an ally: diminutive Police Chief Robin (Teddy Robin), who decides to protect Champ from Capone's encroaching henchmen. But Capone's criminal adversaries plan to use Champ to double-cross Capone. Who will win: Champ, Capone, or Capone's criminal adversaries? And can this movie get any sillier? Tsui Hark throws everything but the kitchen sink into All the Wrong Clues, a breathless and gonzo comedy that simply defies description! Also known by the incredibly long title All the Wrong Clues...for the Right Solution.
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Joy Sales Heavenly Mission (Hong Kong Version)
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Young and Dangerous icon Ekin Cheng steps into a new triad role in his latest film, Heavenly Mission. Directed by James Yuen (Crazy N' The City), Heavenly Mission pits Ekin Cheng in a dangerous game of wits against Alex Fong (One Nite in Mongkok) and Stephen Fung (House of Fury). The film also features an impressively star-studded supporting cast including Julian Cheung (Wo Hu), Eric Kot, Wayne Lai, Wong Yau Nam (Men Suddenly in Black), Niki Chow (Love Battlefield), and Shaw Brothers veteran Di Lung. Entertaining and intriguing, Heavenly Mission is an uncommon triad action drama that engages from beginning to end. After eight years in Thai prison, legendary triad leader Autumn Yip (Ekin Cheng) returns to Hong Kong, sending the police, the underworld, and the media into frenzy as they try to anticipate his next big move. Teaming up with his former buddies, the high-profile Autumn opens a legitimate company, gives to charity, and appears every bit a mild-mannered, reformed man. Seasoned cop Ming (Alex Fong), however, is convinced that his actions are a front for something illegal. Equally suspicious is aggressive triad boss Ghost (Stephen Fung) who resorts to nefarious tactics to challenge both Autumn and the police.
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Young and Dangerous icon Ekin Cheng steps into a new triad role in his latest film, Heavenly Mission. Directed by James Yuen (Crazy N' The City), Heavenly Mission pits Ekin Cheng in a dangerous game of wits against Alex Fong (One Nite in Mongkok) and Stephen Fung (House of Fury). The film also features an impressively star-studded supporting cast including Julian Cheung (Wo Hu), Eric Kot, Wayne Lai, Wong Yau Nam (Men Suddenly in Black), Niki Chow (Love Battlefield), and Shaw Brothers veteran Di Lung. Entertaining and intriguing, Heavenly Mission is an uncommon triad action drama that engages from beginning to end. After eight years in Thai prison, legendary triad leader Autumn Yip (Ekin Cheng) returns to Hong Kong, sending the police, the underworld, and the media into frenzy as they try to anticipate his next big move. Teaming up with his former buddies, the high-profile Autumn opens a legitimate company, gives to charity, and appears every bit a mild-mannered, reformed man. Seasoned cop Ming (Alex Fong), however, is convinced that his actions are a front for something illegal. Equally suspicious is aggressive triad boss Ghost (Stephen Fung) who resorts to nefarious tactics to challenge both Autumn and the police.
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Joy Sales Long Arm Of The Law (1984) (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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Johnny Mak directs Long Arm of the Law, a gritty and compelling crime thriller that packs a powerful dramatic punch! Lam Wai stars as the leader of a group of Mainland Chinese thieves, who uses his residence in Hong Kong as a launching pad for a daring hit on a jewelry store. He and his gang members dream of striking it rich and returning home loaded with dough, but the reality of their plans is far worse. The cops on their tail as are unscrupulous and determined as they are, and the ultimate price for a quick road to riches may be far more than they're willing to pay. Full of gritty and realistic action and emotions, Long Arm of the Law was critically acclaimed upon release, and has won cult appeal for its engrossing portrayal of imperfect individuals on both sides of the law. Nominated for numerous Hong Kong Film Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Screenplay.
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Johnny Mak directs Long Arm of the Law, a gritty and compelling crime thriller that packs a powerful dramatic punch! Lam Wai stars as the leader of a group of Mainland Chinese thieves, who uses his residence in Hong Kong as a launching pad for a daring hit on a jewelry store. He and his gang members dream of striking it rich and returning home loaded with dough, but the reality of their plans is far worse. The cops on their tail as are unscrupulous and determined as they are, and the ultimate price for a quick road to riches may be far more than they're willing to pay. Full of gritty and realistic action and emotions, Long Arm of the Law was critically acclaimed upon release, and has won cult appeal for its engrossing portrayal of imperfect individuals on both sides of the law. Nominated for numerous Hong Kong Film Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Screenplay.
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Joy Sales The Haunted School (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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Produced by Andrew Lau, the co-director of the Infernal Affairs series, The Haunted School pools together a group of rising idols in Hong Kong, including Tsui Tin Yau of Shine, Steven Cheung and Dennis Mak of Sun Boy'z, Toby Leung and Macy Chan from Life is Beautiful, Theresa Fu from Cookies, and Don Li. Singer Amanda Lee, away from the entertainment circle for years, returns as the school's dean of discipline. Director Chin Man Kei employs various techniques in editing and sound effects to spice up this teen horror flick, making it different from other Hong Kong films in the same genre. Years ago Lap Lan Secondary School burned down, but the body of the school's infamous dean of discipline was never found. Since then ghost stories about the school have been circulated, from mysterious silhouettes on the wall to students being called to an office that no longer exists. When four young and handsome boys join the girl's school under the new education policy, the girls are overjoyed, ignoring the school's "no dating" rule. But what starts as puppy love awakens a curse buried in The Haunted School 10 years ago!
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Produced by Andrew Lau, the co-director of the Infernal Affairs series, The Haunted School pools together a group of rising idols in Hong Kong, including Tsui Tin Yau of Shine, Steven Cheung and Dennis Mak of Sun Boy'z, Toby Leung and Macy Chan from Life is Beautiful, Theresa Fu from Cookies, and Don Li. Singer Amanda Lee, away from the entertainment circle for years, returns as the school's dean of discipline. Director Chin Man Kei employs various techniques in editing and sound effects to spice up this teen horror flick, making it different from other Hong Kong films in the same genre. Years ago Lap Lan Secondary School burned down, but the body of the school's infamous dean of discipline was never found. Since then ghost stories about the school have been circulated, from mysterious silhouettes on the wall to students being called to an office that no longer exists. When four young and handsome boys join the girl's school under the new education policy, the girls are overjoyed, ignoring the school's "no dating" rule. But what starts as puppy love awakens a curse buried in The Haunted School 10 years ago!
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Joy Sales A Heroic Fight (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales A Heroic Fight (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Clifton Ko and Raymond Wong divulge secrets to getting rich quick in their 1989 collaboration How To Be A Billionaire! The blockbuster writer-directors behind such Hong Kong comedy classics as All's Well End's Well and The Happy Ghost team up for this fantasy comedy, in which Wong himself stars as a billionaire wannabe whose wildest dreams all come true thanks to a "Rags-to-Riches Secret Manual". Surrounding him is a trio of beautiful actresses, all former Miss Hong Kong titleholders - Pauline Yeung, Elizabeth Lee, and Olivia Cheng - and quite possibly the greatest assets of the film. Other major co-stars include musician Lowell Lo, comedy actor Ricky Hui, and acclaimed actor Anthony Wong. Country bumpkin Wong Sheung (Raymond Wong) goes to Hong Kong to find a job, where he meets three women - the sweet and tender cousin Ah Ping (Pauline Yeung), the sexy and passionate roommate LuLu (Elizabeth Lee), and the cool and aloof superior Jenny (Olivia Cheng). One day, he gets hold of a "Secret Manual" by chance, which guides him onto a shortcut to big, big fortune. This gradually corrodes his conscience, and he becomes a person who would do anything to get what he wants. Eventually, he becomes filthy rich and wins the favor of LuLu. Even Jenny is forced to marry him. During their honeymoon to Switzerland, Wong has an accident, and in a comatose state he meets the Secret Manual's owner...
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Clifton Ko and Raymond Wong divulge secrets to getting rich quick in their 1989 collaboration How To Be A Billionaire! The blockbuster writer-directors behind such Hong Kong comedy classics as All's Well End's Well and The Happy Ghost team up for this fantasy comedy, in which Wong himself stars as a billionaire wannabe whose wildest dreams all come true thanks to a "Rags-to-Riches Secret Manual". Surrounding him is a trio of beautiful actresses, all former Miss Hong Kong titleholders - Pauline Yeung, Elizabeth Lee, and Olivia Cheng - and quite possibly the greatest assets of the film. Other major co-stars include musician Lowell Lo, comedy actor Ricky Hui, and acclaimed actor Anthony Wong. Country bumpkin Wong Sheung (Raymond Wong) goes to Hong Kong to find a job, where he meets three women - the sweet and tender cousin Ah Ping (Pauline Yeung), the sexy and passionate roommate LuLu (Elizabeth Lee), and the cool and aloof superior Jenny (Olivia Cheng). One day, he gets hold of a "Secret Manual" by chance, which guides him onto a shortcut to big, big fortune. This gradually corrodes his conscience, and he becomes a person who would do anything to get what he wants. Eventually, he becomes filthy rich and wins the favor of LuLu. Even Jenny is forced to marry him. During their honeymoon to Switzerland, Wong has an accident, and in a comatose state he meets the Secret Manual's owner...
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Joy Sales Love Stories (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Love Stories (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Iceman Cometh (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Iceman Cometh (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version)
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Yuen Biao and Yuen Wah star as two Ming Dynasty warriors who wake up in modern day Hong Kong in the 1989 action fantasy Iceman Cometh. Their fight started some three hundred years ago when royal guard Fong (Yuen Biao) is ordered to pursue his senior, Sam (Yuen Wah), who is a serial killer and rapist with powerful martial arts skills. The two of them duel it out, but somehow get frozen in ice. A few centuries later, they get unearthed and defrosted in a world completely strange to them. Fortunately for Fong, he is befriended by a hooker (Maggie Cheung) who helps him adapt to his new life. But when Sam is back to his old nasty deeds again, Fong must again try to do what he failed to do before - to bring Sam to justice. Director Clarence Fok (Naked Killer) combines the high concept with comedy elements and brilliant fight sequences pulled off by Yuen Biao's magnificent team of stuntmen, and the result is a film that is often compared to the sci-fi action classic Highlander.
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Yuen Biao and Yuen Wah star as two Ming Dynasty warriors who wake up in modern day Hong Kong in the 1989 action fantasy Iceman Cometh. Their fight started some three hundred years ago when royal guard Fong (Yuen Biao) is ordered to pursue his senior, Sam (Yuen Wah), who is a serial killer and rapist with powerful martial arts skills. The two of them duel it out, but somehow get frozen in ice. A few centuries later, they get unearthed and defrosted in a world completely strange to them. Fortunately for Fong, he is befriended by a hooker (Maggie Cheung) who helps him adapt to his new life. But when Sam is back to his old nasty deeds again, Fong must again try to do what he failed to do before - to bring Sam to justice. Director Clarence Fok (Naked Killer) combines the high concept with comedy elements and brilliant fight sequences pulled off by Yuen Biao's magnificent team of stuntmen, and the result is a film that is often compared to the sci-fi action classic Highlander.
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Joy Sales A Love Seed (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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Joy Sales Heart Against Hearts (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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The final episode to the romantic comedy trilogy starring popular singer George Lam, the hilarious Carol "Dodo" Cheng, and the gorgeous singer Vivian Chow, Heart against Heart directed by Stephen Shin turns out just as entertaining as the two previous episodes. Judy (Carol Cheng) and Alex (George Lam) finally get married form a warm family with Judy's daughter Vivian (Vivian Chow). Just when they think they can settle down with their new lives, a new crisis is awaiting them ahead. The liquidation of Alex's company throws him out of job, and Judy has to support the family. She learns financial investment with Alex's friend E.T. (Paul Chun), and, weird enough for a new joiner, receives a promotion soon after she starts. Alex, unemployed at home, suspects his newly wedded wife to have an affair with E.T., but he discovers something more serious: the whole thing about E.T.'s company is a fraud?
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The final episode to the romantic comedy trilogy starring popular singer George Lam, the hilarious Carol "Dodo" Cheng, and the gorgeous singer Vivian Chow, Heart against Heart directed by Stephen Shin turns out just as entertaining as the two previous episodes. Judy (Carol Cheng) and Alex (George Lam) finally get married form a warm family with Judy's daughter Vivian (Vivian Chow). Just when they think they can settle down with their new lives, a new crisis is awaiting them ahead. The liquidation of Alex's company throws him out of job, and Judy has to support the family. She learns financial investment with Alex's friend E.T. (Paul Chun), and, weird enough for a new joiner, receives a promotion soon after she starts. Alex, unemployed at home, suspects his newly wedded wife to have an affair with E.T., but he discovers something more serious: the whole thing about E.T.'s company is a fraud?
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Joy Sales That Enchanting Night (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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Director Chor Yuen, best known abroad for helming high-flying 70s wuxia classics like Heaven Sword and Dragon Sabre and Clan of Amazons, first made his name churning out romantic comedies in the 1960s. He returned to his roots in the 80s, although That Enchanting Night (1987) gets a shot-in-the-arm of adrenaline courtesy of its producer, Jackie Chan, and his Stuntmen's Association. Still, action acrobatics take a back seat to affairs of the heart, and That Enchanting Night reminds audiences that the director of Swordsman and Enchantress was also a master of more lighthearted fare such as the comedy classic House of 72 Tenants. That Enchanting Night chronicles the romantic ups and downs of Ling and Feng, two girls from Macau whose lifelong friendship is put to the test when they both fall for the same guy. Ling eventually wins handsome Wah's affections, much to Feng's chagrin. But when Wah leaves Ling - and leaves her pregnant - Feng forgoes her bitter feelings to help her friend arrange a fake marriage to an impossibly effeminate acquaintance. All seems well until unexpected romantic stirrings from Ling's pseudo-husband and the sudden return of Wah knocks the girls for a loop and leaves them scrambling to untangle the messy threads of their love lives!
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Director Chor Yuen, best known abroad for helming high-flying 70s wuxia classics like Heaven Sword and Dragon Sabre and Clan of Amazons, first made his name churning out romantic comedies in the 1960s. He returned to his roots in the 80s, although That Enchanting Night (1987) gets a shot-in-the-arm of adrenaline courtesy of its producer, Jackie Chan, and his Stuntmen's Association. Still, action acrobatics take a back seat to affairs of the heart, and That Enchanting Night reminds audiences that the director of Swordsman and Enchantress was also a master of more lighthearted fare such as the comedy classic House of 72 Tenants. That Enchanting Night chronicles the romantic ups and downs of Ling and Feng, two girls from Macau whose lifelong friendship is put to the test when they both fall for the same guy. Ling eventually wins handsome Wah's affections, much to Feng's chagrin. But when Wah leaves Ling - and leaves her pregnant - Feng forgoes her bitter feelings to help her friend arrange a fake marriage to an impossibly effeminate acquaintance. All seems well until unexpected romantic stirrings from Ling's pseudo-husband and the sudden return of Wah knocks the girls for a loop and leaves them scrambling to untangle the messy threads of their love lives!
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Joy Sales General Stone (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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Joy Sales No Compromise (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales No Compromise (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Danny Lee does what Danny Lee does best, playing a tough-as-nails cop who offers the bad guys No Compromise in this taut police drama from 1988. The film's familiar tale of a duty-obsessed policeman who rediscovers the value of family when his work puts his loved ones in jeopardy is nothing new. But strong performances from Lee and a stellar supporting cast that includes Carol Cheng (Her Fatal Ways), Lam Wai (King of Beggars), Pauline Wong (Mr. Vampire) and perennial Danny Lee-nemesis Shing Fui On (Blue Jean Monster) make No Compromise a solid (if predictable) entry in the genre. Following the murder of a fellow officer at the hands of a criminal couple from Mainland China (Lam and Wong), Officer Lee invests every ounce of his energy into bringing the killers to justice. His obsession soon takes its toll on his home life, but not even threats of divorce from his neglected wife (Cheng) can deter Lee from the fanatical pursuit of his prey. Lee eventually wakes up and realizes what he stands to lose; but it may be too late - when Lam loses his own wife and child during in a bloody police dragnet, he exacts retribution by kidnapping Lee's young son.
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Danny Lee does what Danny Lee does best, playing a tough-as-nails cop who offers the bad guys No Compromise in this taut police drama from 1988. The film's familiar tale of a duty-obsessed policeman who rediscovers the value of family when his work puts his loved ones in jeopardy is nothing new. But strong performances from Lee and a stellar supporting cast that includes Carol Cheng (Her Fatal Ways), Lam Wai (King of Beggars), Pauline Wong (Mr. Vampire) and perennial Danny Lee-nemesis Shing Fui On (Blue Jean Monster) make No Compromise a solid (if predictable) entry in the genre. Following the murder of a fellow officer at the hands of a criminal couple from Mainland China (Lam and Wong), Officer Lee invests every ounce of his energy into bringing the killers to justice. His obsession soon takes its toll on his home life, but not even threats of divorce from his neglected wife (Cheng) can deter Lee from the fanatical pursuit of his prey. Lee eventually wakes up and realizes what he stands to lose; but it may be too late - when Lam loses his own wife and child during in a bloody police dragnet, he exacts retribution by kidnapping Lee's young son.
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Joy Sales Don't Forget The Promise (Hong Kong Version) at 48.00 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Don't Forget The Promise (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Love, Lone Flower (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Love, Lone Flower (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Blackbeard (2006) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 43.70 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Blackbeard (2006) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Drinking games and alcohol come hand in hand, and Hong Kong is particularly fond of "speed fists" drinking games, a very elaborate cousin of rock paper scissors. A combination of high-speed chants and hand and body motions, fist drinking games are a unique part of Chinese culture, so it was only matter of time before the hallowed practice got the big screen treatment. Directed by Lam Wah Chuen (Runaway Pistol), Nothing is Impossible is a colorful zero-to-hero comedy starring popular comedian Dayo Wong (Fighting to Survive) and Johnnie To regular Cherrie Ying (Throw Down). Add in a smattering of romance, Wong's signature wry humor, and a motley line-up of cameos, and Nothing is Impossible presents a very Hong Kong slice of cinema. Cram school teacher Vivian (Cherrie Ying) may have a good job and photogenic looks, but when it comes to fist drinking games and holding down her alcohol, she still has a long way to go. When Vivian loses her boyfriend (Andy On) to speed fists champion Mango (Debbie Koh), she is determined to win back her pride. She teams up with former champion Turtle (Dayo Wong) to learn the tricks of the game, but he has a long list of problems himself, including a money-hungry ex-wife and piling debts. Vivian soon develops a liking for the game and for her tutor, but can she master the game in time to triumph at the speed fist championship?
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Drinking games and alcohol come hand in hand, and Hong Kong is particularly fond of "speed fists" drinking games, a very elaborate cousin of rock paper scissors. A combination of high-speed chants and hand and body motions, fist drinking games are a unique part of Chinese culture, so it was only matter of time before the hallowed practice got the big screen treatment. Directed by Lam Wah Chuen (Runaway Pistol), Nothing is Impossible is a colorful zero-to-hero comedy starring popular comedian Dayo Wong (Fighting to Survive) and Johnnie To regular Cherrie Ying (Throw Down). Add in a smattering of romance, Wong's signature wry humor, and a motley line-up of cameos, and Nothing is Impossible presents a very Hong Kong slice of cinema. Cram school teacher Vivian (Cherrie Ying) may have a good job and photogenic looks, but when it comes to fist drinking games and holding down her alcohol, she still has a long way to go. When Vivian loses her boyfriend (Andy On) to speed fists champion Mango (Debbie Koh), she is determined to win back her pride. She teams up with former champion Turtle (Dayo Wong) to learn the tricks of the game, but he has a long list of problems himself, including a money-hungry ex-wife and piling debts. Vivian soon develops a liking for the game and for her tutor, but can she master the game in time to triumph at the speed fist championship?
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Joy Sales No U-Turn (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales No U-Turn (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales The Hired Guns (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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Golden Harvest brought us this fiery 1981 action movie which depicts the conflicts between cops and international criminals operating in Hong Kong. Chung Kwok Yan directs a cast made up of action stars Phillip Ko, Addy Sung (a.k.a. "Big Little Eyes"), Meng Ding Ge, and Chiu Mei Bo (who also serves as production manager). In a supporting role we see future director Billy Chung Siu Hung (Hong Kong Bronx) playing a young gangster. Another notable talent in the film is editor Marco Mak Chi Sin, who has in recent years become a director with works like Color of the Truth and Wo Hu.
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Golden Harvest brought us this fiery 1981 action movie which depicts the conflicts between cops and international criminals operating in Hong Kong. Chung Kwok Yan directs a cast made up of action stars Phillip Ko, Addy Sung (a.k.a. "Big Little Eyes"), Meng Ding Ge, and Chiu Mei Bo (who also serves as production manager). In a supporting role we see future director Billy Chung Siu Hung (Hong Kong Bronx) playing a young gangster. Another notable talent in the film is editor Marco Mak Chi Sin, who has in recent years become a director with works like Color of the Truth and Wo Hu.
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Joy Sales The Knot (Hong Kong Version) at 48.00 MYR from YesAsia
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Bringing together stars from China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan, The Knot presents an epic war romance spanning 60 years. Featuring grand battle scenes and location shooting in Fujian, Tibet, and even Canada, this blockbuster production tells a simple tale of love and remembrance against a momentous period in Chinese history. Taiwan and China of the 1940s come alive beautifully on screen through elaborate sets and advanced digital technology. Directed by Yin Li, The Knot stars top Mainland artists Chen Kun (The Little Chinese Seamstress) and Li Bingbing (Wait 'Til You're Older), Taiwanese singer Vivian Hsu (The Shoe Fairy), and Hong Kong starlet Isabella Leong (Isabella). In addition, the film also features an illustrious supporting cast including legendary veterans Gui Ya Lei, Yang Kuei Mei, and Chin Han. With the country torn apart by war, Taiwanese youth Chen Qiushui (Chen Kun) is forced to flee to the Mainland and loses contact with his love Wang Biyun (Vivian Hsu). He becomes a military doctor and travels throughout China. Though his heart lies with Biyun, he is eventually won over by the sincerity of free-spirited nurse Wang Jindi (Li Bingbing). On the other side of the Strait, Biyun resolutely waits for her love to return.
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Bringing together stars from China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan, The Knot presents an epic war romance spanning 60 years. Featuring grand battle scenes and location shooting in Fujian, Tibet, and even Canada, this blockbuster production tells a simple tale of love and remembrance against a momentous period in Chinese history. Taiwan and China of the 1940s come alive beautifully on screen through elaborate sets and advanced digital technology. Directed by Yin Li, The Knot stars top Mainland artists Chen Kun (The Little Chinese Seamstress) and Li Bingbing (Wait 'Til You're Older), Taiwanese singer Vivian Hsu (The Shoe Fairy), and Hong Kong starlet Isabella Leong (Isabella). In addition, the film also features an illustrious supporting cast including legendary veterans Gui Ya Lei, Yang Kuei Mei, and Chin Han. With the country torn apart by war, Taiwanese youth Chen Qiushui (Chen Kun) is forced to flee to the Mainland and loses contact with his love Wang Biyun (Vivian Hsu). He becomes a military doctor and travels throughout China. Though his heart lies with Biyun, he is eventually won over by the sincerity of free-spirited nurse Wang Jindi (Li Bingbing). On the other side of the Strait, Biyun resolutely waits for her love to return.
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Joy Sales Winners And Sinners (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Winners And Sinners (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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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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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 A Better Tomorrow III (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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Producer Tsui Hark takes the directing reins from John Woo for the third and final film in the A Better Tomorrow trilogy. A Better Tomorrow III is a prequel to the earlier films, and features the return of Mark, the suave, righteous killer made popular by actor Chow Yun Fat in the original A Better Tomorrow. Still young and without the seasoning which would make him one of the triad underworld's most fearsome killers, Mark journeys to 1974 Saigon, where he hooks up with tough-as-nails gangster Anita Mui. She teaches him the way of the gun, but her former flame doesn't take kindly to Chow's presence around his ex-girlfriend. Making matters worse is a love triangle involving Chow's cousin Tony Leung Ka Fai, and the approaching fall of Saigon. Tsui Hark serves up slow-motion bullet ballet and wrenching melodrama in classic Better Tomorrow tradition, while managing to put his own unique spin on one of Hong Kong Cinema's most beloved franchises.
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Producer Tsui Hark takes the directing reins from John Woo for the third and final film in the A Better Tomorrow trilogy. A Better Tomorrow III is a prequel to the earlier films, and features the return of Mark, the suave, righteous killer made popular by actor Chow Yun Fat in the original A Better Tomorrow. Still young and without the seasoning which would make him one of the triad underworld's most fearsome killers, Mark journeys to 1974 Saigon, where he hooks up with tough-as-nails gangster Anita Mui. She teaches him the way of the gun, but her former flame doesn't take kindly to Chow's presence around his ex-girlfriend. Making matters worse is a love triangle involving Chow's cousin Tony Leung Ka Fai, and the approaching fall of Saigon. Tsui Hark serves up slow-motion bullet ballet and wrenching melodrama in classic Better Tomorrow tradition, while managing to put his own unique spin on one of Hong Kong Cinema's most beloved franchises.
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Produced by Infernal Affairs director Andrew Lau and helmed by Portland Street Blues director Yip Wai Man, Fate follows four young people at life's crossroads, as anger, loneliness, and love bring them to the same twisting lanes and dark alleys. After starring in the Taiwan idol drama Sweet Relationship, singer-actor Alan Kuo makes his film leading man debut in Fata. The son of the late Blackie Ko, Alan Kuo previously appeared as a child actor in 80s films like My Family and The Legend of Wisely, and starred in the RTHK series Y2K+01, but this is his first time headlining a Hong Kong film. Miki Yeung (Fatal Contact), Po Po (Hidden Track), and Deep Ng (Sparkle in the Dark) make up the rest of the main cast for this uncommon youth drama about hope, redemption, and unexpected turns of Fate. Everyone passes through "Cross Street" at some point or another in their youth, but how many people find their way out? Raised in a single-parent household, Fei (Alan Kuo) has a very close relationship with his mother. When she lands in prison because of her drug dealer boyfriend, Fei tries to get revenge and ends up losing an eye. His burning desire for revenge traps him on Cross Street. On the basketball court, PS quietly watches over Fei, because she believes that they are the same - lonely people in a cruel world. Suffering from amnesia, Nana, who has only a fleeting image of Fei left in her mind, searches relentlessly for Cross Street. She asks a stranger, King (Deep Ng), to help her find Cross Street, not remembering that King is actually her boyfriend.
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Produced by Infernal Affairs director Andrew Lau and helmed by Portland Street Blues director Yip Wai Man, Fate follows four young people at life's crossroads, as anger, loneliness, and love bring them to the same twisting lanes and dark alleys. After starring in the Taiwan idol drama Sweet Relationship, singer-actor Alan Kuo makes his film leading man debut in Fata. The son of the late Blackie Ko, Alan Kuo previously appeared as a child actor in 80s films like My Family and The Legend of Wisely, and starred in the RTHK series Y2K+01, but this is his first time headlining a Hong Kong film. Miki Yeung (Fatal Contact), Po Po (Hidden Track), and Deep Ng (Sparkle in the Dark) make up the rest of the main cast for this uncommon youth drama about hope, redemption, and unexpected turns of Fate. Everyone passes through "Cross Street" at some point or another in their youth, but how many people find their way out? Raised in a single-parent household, Fei (Alan Kuo) has a very close relationship with his mother. When she lands in prison because of her drug dealer boyfriend, Fei tries to get revenge and ends up losing an eye. His burning desire for revenge traps him on Cross Street. On the basketball court, PS quietly watches over Fei, because she believes that they are the same - lonely people in a cruel world. Suffering from amnesia, Nana, who has only a fleeting image of Fei left in her mind, searches relentlessly for Cross Street. She asks a stranger, King (Deep Ng), to help her find Cross Street, not remembering that King is actually her boyfriend.
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Joy Sales The Comet Strikes (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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In 1971, the year that producer Raymond Chow and director Lo Wei made Bruce Lee's international breakout hit The Big Boss, they also made this period kung fu film starring "Bruce babe" Nora Miao (Way of the Dragon, Fist of Fury). Co-starring Patrick Tse Yin, Stanley Fung Shui Fan, and iconic villain Shih Kien, the film combines political intrigue with martial arts and a hint of horror. The court is in a civil strife, and the loyal ministers decide to hide the Emperor in a "haunted house". Anyone who dares to go inside will die a horrible death. Swordsman Xie's parents died in the house, so he is determined to get inside to investigate. Meanwhile, the corrupt minister catches wind of the Emperor's whereabouts, and he leads an army to attack the house. Can Xie fend off the renegade forces and save the Emperor?
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In 1971, the year that producer Raymond Chow and director Lo Wei made Bruce Lee's international breakout hit The Big Boss, they also made this period kung fu film starring "Bruce babe" Nora Miao (Way of the Dragon, Fist of Fury). Co-starring Patrick Tse Yin, Stanley Fung Shui Fan, and iconic villain Shih Kien, the film combines political intrigue with martial arts and a hint of horror. The court is in a civil strife, and the loyal ministers decide to hide the Emperor in a "haunted house". Anyone who dares to go inside will die a horrible death. Swordsman Xie's parents died in the house, so he is determined to get inside to investigate. Meanwhile, the corrupt minister catches wind of the Emperor's whereabouts, and he leads an army to attack the house. Can Xie fend off the renegade forces and save the Emperor?
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Joy Sales Love In The Space-Time (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Love In The Space-Time (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Love In The Space-Time (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Disciples Of Shaolin Temple (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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Out of the Hong Kong directors of the seventies and eighties, few had a more diversified set of works than Shaw Brothers director Hua Shan. His filmography included such films as the first Chinese sci-fi superhero film The Super Inframan, true crime series The Criminals, and the Leslie Cheung-starring martial arts romance drama Little Dragon Maiden. The 1985 kung fu drama Disciples of Shaolin Temple was one of his last films, and he managed to get the most out of the young martial arts actors at his disposal. To evade an arranged marriage by his parents, rich kid Cheng Yipeng (Fan Dong Yu) bids farewell to his lover Xiaoqin (He Qing) before running away to the Shaolin Temple. There, he and a group of fellow disciples study Shaolin martial arts under the tutelage of Master Hengde. One day, Youxia (Wang Chi, also the action choreographer for the film), a former disciple who was expelled by the Temple years ago, comes back for revenge. When the Abbot refuses to accept his challenge, Youxia turns his grudge to the group of new disciples...
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Out of the Hong Kong directors of the seventies and eighties, few had a more diversified set of works than Shaw Brothers director Hua Shan. His filmography included such films as the first Chinese sci-fi superhero film The Super Inframan, true crime series The Criminals, and the Leslie Cheung-starring martial arts romance drama Little Dragon Maiden. The 1985 kung fu drama Disciples of Shaolin Temple was one of his last films, and he managed to get the most out of the young martial arts actors at his disposal. To evade an arranged marriage by his parents, rich kid Cheng Yipeng (Fan Dong Yu) bids farewell to his lover Xiaoqin (He Qing) before running away to the Shaolin Temple. There, he and a group of fellow disciples study Shaolin martial arts under the tutelage of Master Hengde. One day, Youxia (Wang Chi, also the action choreographer for the film), a former disciple who was expelled by the Temple years ago, comes back for revenge. When the Abbot refuses to accept his challenge, Youxia turns his grudge to the group of new disciples...
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Joy Sales Pom Pom (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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Back in the eighties, Richard Ng and John Sham teamed up for the Pom Pom movies, a fun and wacky series of action-comedies produced by Sammo Hung. Chou (Richard Ng) and Beethoven (John Sham) are a couple of lovable loser cops investigating a drug lord, but their ineptitude threatens to derail the case. Luckily, smart policewoman Anna (Deannie Ip) has a thing for Chou, and helps them in order to get her man. But even with her expert help, Chou and Beethoven's bumbling could prove to be their undoing! Richard Ng and John Sham previously teamed in the first of the Lucky Stars series, Winners and Sinners, and the Pom Pom films recall those films with its mixture of riotous slapstick, nonsensical humor, and impressive action and stuntwork. Many of Ng and Sham's fellow Lucky Stars even show up in cameos, including Sammo Hung, Yuen Biao, and Jackie Chan himself. While not as popular with the masses as the Lucky Stars series, the Pom Pom movies still have a loyal following, in large part due to the affable everyman charm of comedians Ng and Sham.
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Back in the eighties, Richard Ng and John Sham teamed up for the Pom Pom movies, a fun and wacky series of action-comedies produced by Sammo Hung. Chou (Richard Ng) and Beethoven (John Sham) are a couple of lovable loser cops investigating a drug lord, but their ineptitude threatens to derail the case. Luckily, smart policewoman Anna (Deannie Ip) has a thing for Chou, and helps them in order to get her man. But even with her expert help, Chou and Beethoven's bumbling could prove to be their undoing! Richard Ng and John Sham previously teamed in the first of the Lucky Stars series, Winners and Sinners, and the Pom Pom films recall those films with its mixture of riotous slapstick, nonsensical humor, and impressive action and stuntwork. Many of Ng and Sham's fellow Lucky Stars even show up in cameos, including Sammo Hung, Yuen Biao, and Jackie Chan himself. While not as popular with the masses as the Lucky Stars series, the Pom Pom movies still have a loyal following, in large part due to the affable everyman charm of comedians Ng and Sham.
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Joy Sales Sea Wolves (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Sea Wolves (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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The unofficial seventh entry in the seminal In the Line of Duty series of female supercop movies, 1991's Sea Wolves features Cynthia Khan (Blade of Fury, Madam City Hunter) reprising her role as Inspector Yueng, who finds herself up against a crew of modern-day pirates. Khan shares the main spotlight with Simon Yam (Bullet in the Head, Election) as one of the pirates, who's trying to help his Vietnamese friend sneak into Hong Kong and avoid being killed by his bloodthirsty crewmates. Although Yam's dilemma is the main focus of the plot, Khan still gets plenty of opportunities to demonstrate the martial arts acrobatics that made her one of the leading action ladies of the early 1990s. John (Yam) and Keung (Norman Tsui, Duel to the Death, Zu: Warriors from the Magic Mountain) are part of a band of seaborne criminals who prey on Vietnamese boat people seeking asylum in Hong Kong. John is a former refugee himself, and during their latest raid he recognizes an old friend among their victims. The pirates aren't in the habit of leaving any witnesses to their crimes, however, and John has to protect his buddy from his own crewmates as well as Inspector Yueng (Khan), who's on the pirates' trail.
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The unofficial seventh entry in the seminal In the Line of Duty series of female supercop movies, 1991's Sea Wolves features Cynthia Khan (Blade of Fury, Madam City Hunter) reprising her role as Inspector Yueng, who finds herself up against a crew of modern-day pirates. Khan shares the main spotlight with Simon Yam (Bullet in the Head, Election) as one of the pirates, who's trying to help his Vietnamese friend sneak into Hong Kong and avoid being killed by his bloodthirsty crewmates. Although Yam's dilemma is the main focus of the plot, Khan still gets plenty of opportunities to demonstrate the martial arts acrobatics that made her one of the leading action ladies of the early 1990s. John (Yam) and Keung (Norman Tsui, Duel to the Death, Zu: Warriors from the Magic Mountain) are part of a band of seaborne criminals who prey on Vietnamese boat people seeking asylum in Hong Kong. John is a former refugee himself, and during their latest raid he recognizes an old friend among their victims. The pirates aren't in the habit of leaving any witnesses to their crimes, however, and John has to protect his buddy from his own crewmates as well as Inspector Yueng (Khan), who's on the pirates' trail.
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Joy Sales The Young Dragons (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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Everyone has to start somewhere, and Hong Kong action cinema maestro John Woo made his feature-length debut in 1973 with The Young Dragons (a.k.a. Farewell Buddy). Woo was only 26 years old then, fresh from his apprenticeship under Shaw Brothers legend Chang Cheh. Serving as the film's martial arts choreographer was another little known name - Jackie Chan. As a sign of the director's hard-hitting action aesthetic to come, The Young Dragons actually never made it to theaters in 1973 because it was deemed too violent by the ratings board. The film eventually ended up on the desk of upstart production company Golden Harvest. Recognizing Woo's talent, Golden Harvest signed the young director and released The Young Dragons in Hong Kong in 1975 after re-editing and a title change. Set in the chaotic early 1900s, The Young Dragons pits young righteous street lad Chien against a sadistic gangleader, who cruelly plunders from the locals and murders Chien's friends. The film features no big stars, but plenty of familiar names including Shaw Brothers regulars Yu Yeung, Tien Ni, Hu Jien, and Fung Hak On. Gritty, bloody, and action-packed, The Young Dragons did not attract that much attention at the time of release, but the combination of John Woo's direction and Jackie Chan's action choreography now easily makes it a Hong Kong action classic. Fans can try picking out the themes and set pieces that would make appearances in their later films.
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Everyone has to start somewhere, and Hong Kong action cinema maestro John Woo made his feature-length debut in 1973 with The Young Dragons (a.k.a. Farewell Buddy). Woo was only 26 years old then, fresh from his apprenticeship under Shaw Brothers legend Chang Cheh. Serving as the film's martial arts choreographer was another little known name - Jackie Chan. As a sign of the director's hard-hitting action aesthetic to come, The Young Dragons actually never made it to theaters in 1973 because it was deemed too violent by the ratings board. The film eventually ended up on the desk of upstart production company Golden Harvest. Recognizing Woo's talent, Golden Harvest signed the young director and released The Young Dragons in Hong Kong in 1975 after re-editing and a title change. Set in the chaotic early 1900s, The Young Dragons pits young righteous street lad Chien against a sadistic gangleader, who cruelly plunders from the locals and murders Chien's friends. The film features no big stars, but plenty of familiar names including Shaw Brothers regulars Yu Yeung, Tien Ni, Hu Jien, and Fung Hak On. Gritty, bloody, and action-packed, The Young Dragons did not attract that much attention at the time of release, but the combination of John Woo's direction and Jackie Chan's action choreography now easily makes it a Hong Kong action classic. Fans can try picking out the themes and set pieces that would make appearances in their later films.
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Joy Sales Fight For Love (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Fight For Love (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Directed by Chin Man Kei (The Haunted School), Fight for Love is an inspirational action film adapted from a real-life story. Veteran Hong Kong action star Yuen Biao and actor/producer Cheung Kwok Keung lead the cast which includes Mainland starlet Li Bingbing, Hong Kong actress Yoyo Mung, and child actor Daichi Harashima from Lost in Time. Told in retrospect, the film opens with a national martial arts competition where trainer Hoi Dung (Yuen Biao) proudly looks on as his student Siu Hoi wins the top prize. He thinks back to the past, when Siu Hoi was just a 10-year-old boy, and to his own days of romance and fighting.
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Directed by Chin Man Kei (The Haunted School), Fight for Love is an inspirational action film adapted from a real-life story. Veteran Hong Kong action star Yuen Biao and actor/producer Cheung Kwok Keung lead the cast which includes Mainland starlet Li Bingbing, Hong Kong actress Yoyo Mung, and child actor Daichi Harashima from Lost in Time. Told in retrospect, the film opens with a national martial arts competition where trainer Hoi Dung (Yuen Biao) proudly looks on as his student Siu Hoi wins the top prize. He thinks back to the past, when Siu Hoi was just a 10-year-old boy, and to his own days of romance and fighting.
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Joy Sales Seaman No.7 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Seaman No.7 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales The Third Eye (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Third Eye (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Produced by Andrew Lau of Infernal Affairs fame, The Third Eye originally premiered at the 30th Hong Kong International Film Festival, and features a promising young cast, including 2R's Race Wong (Ab-normal Beauty), Wong Yau Nam (Hollywood Hong Kong), Derek Tsang (AV, Isabella), and Joman Chiang (Butterfly). Director Carol Lai (Glass Tears, Floating Landscape) helms this voyeuristic, blood-spattered thriller, about a deadly game of murder at an idyllic motel located in rural Tai O. The Third Eye is only Lai's warm-up for the horror genre, with Naraka 19, her follow-up film starring Twins' Gillian Chung, hitting theaters in September 2007. Young voyeur Leung (Wong Yau Nam) checks into a rundown rural motel, and quietly installs surveillance equipment. His goal is to broadcast the hopefully seedy goings-on on the Internet, but what he finds are a cast of damaged and potentially dangerous characters who each possess their own secrets. A young writer (Derek Tsang) writes a blood-soaked novel, while Fa (Joman Chiang), the girl he pines for, has a destructive relationship with her invalid father. A barrister (Tony Ho) uses the motel for his weekly affairs, and buys drugs regularly from a seedy dealer (Samuel Pang), who uses his room as a greenhouse. Running the motel is the pretty, emotionally wounded Ka Kei (Race Wong), who suffered her own tragedy years ago when her mother killed herself. Eventually, everyone's sins and secrets are laid bare, not only by Leung's hidden cameras, but by yet another voyeur, whose desires extend beyond pure voyeurism and into multiple murders...
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Produced by Andrew Lau of Infernal Affairs fame, The Third Eye originally premiered at the 30th Hong Kong International Film Festival, and features a promising young cast, including 2R's Race Wong (Ab-normal Beauty), Wong Yau Nam (Hollywood Hong Kong), Derek Tsang (AV, Isabella), and Joman Chiang (Butterfly). Director Carol Lai (Glass Tears, Floating Landscape) helms this voyeuristic, blood-spattered thriller, about a deadly game of murder at an idyllic motel located in rural Tai O. The Third Eye is only Lai's warm-up for the horror genre, with Naraka 19, her follow-up film starring Twins' Gillian Chung, hitting theaters in September 2007. Young voyeur Leung (Wong Yau Nam) checks into a rundown rural motel, and quietly installs surveillance equipment. His goal is to broadcast the hopefully seedy goings-on on the Internet, but what he finds are a cast of damaged and potentially dangerous characters who each possess their own secrets. A young writer (Derek Tsang) writes a blood-soaked novel, while Fa (Joman Chiang), the girl he pines for, has a destructive relationship with her invalid father. A barrister (Tony Ho) uses the motel for his weekly affairs, and buys drugs regularly from a seedy dealer (Samuel Pang), who uses his room as a greenhouse. Running the motel is the pretty, emotionally wounded Ka Kei (Race Wong), who suffered her own tragedy years ago when her mother killed herself. Eventually, everyone's sins and secrets are laid bare, not only by Leung's hidden cameras, but by yet another voyeur, whose desires extend beyond pure voyeurism and into multiple murders...
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Joy Sales Naked Comes The Huntress (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Naked Comes The Huntress (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Naked Comes The Huntress (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Fury (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Fury (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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A blood pledge of friendship between gangsters, an international counterfeiting ring, double-crossings, and two-guns-blazing revenge - Fury (1988) has all the elements of classic Hong Kong action cinema. It also sports some very familiar faces for gun-fu fans; Fury's three lead actors would all go on to star in some of the modern masterpieces of the genre. Waise Lee is perhaps best known as the unscrupulous Paul in John Woo's Bullet in the Head, while Philip Chan played Chow Yun Fat's boss in Woo's Hard Boiled, and Michael Wong starred opposite Anthony Wong in Beast Cops. In Fury, Lee, Chan, and Wong play three fast friends in the Hong Kong underworld overseeing the transfer of counterfeit US dollars to their associates in the Taiwanese mob. Lee's cousin is in charge of arranging the handoff, but he's also a police snitch. The botched operation ends in Wong's arrest and a narrow escape for Lee and Chan. The double-crossing cousin doesn't want any loose ends left alive, however, and goes after Chan and even Wong's wife. Upon his release from prison, Wong reunites with Lee to get some triad-style revenge on the man who set them up.
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A blood pledge of friendship between gangsters, an international counterfeiting ring, double-crossings, and two-guns-blazing revenge - Fury (1988) has all the elements of classic Hong Kong action cinema. It also sports some very familiar faces for gun-fu fans; Fury's three lead actors would all go on to star in some of the modern masterpieces of the genre. Waise Lee is perhaps best known as the unscrupulous Paul in John Woo's Bullet in the Head, while Philip Chan played Chow Yun Fat's boss in Woo's Hard Boiled, and Michael Wong starred opposite Anthony Wong in Beast Cops. In Fury, Lee, Chan, and Wong play three fast friends in the Hong Kong underworld overseeing the transfer of counterfeit US dollars to their associates in the Taiwanese mob. Lee's cousin is in charge of arranging the handoff, but he's also a police snitch. The botched operation ends in Wong's arrest and a narrow escape for Lee and Chan. The double-crossing cousin doesn't want any loose ends left alive, however, and goes after Chan and even Wong's wife. Upon his release from prison, Wong reunites with Lee to get some triad-style revenge on the man who set them up.
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Joy Sales The Bedevilled (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Bedevilled (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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The Bedevilled (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Magnificent Warriors (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Magnificent Warriors (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Hong Kong action queen Michelle Yeoh teamed up with her Royal Warriors director David Chung again in the period action adventure Magnificent Warriors. Co-starring Richard Ng, Lowell Lo, and Chindy Lau as comic sidekicks, plus leading man Derek Yee who was already changing from a movie star to a director, the 1987 D&B Films production features nonstop action scenes and incredible stunts choreographed by Stephen Tung, Stanley Tong, and Blackie Ko. Yeoh got so badly injured during the shoot that she had to take a break from action films and even contemplated retiring from her budding cinematic career. The year is 1938. In a Bhutan town close to Tibet, the Japanese army is secretly building a military factory to produce poisonous gas. The town's timid ruler Youda (Lowell Lo) asks the Chinese government for help, and they send in their top spy "001" (Derek Yee) to investigate the case and rescue Youda, while also enlisting the help of China's first female pilot Ming (Michelle Yeoh) to fly them to safety. But the ragtag group of warriors ends up staying behind to stop the Japanese occupation forces in an explosive, exciting showdown!
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Hong Kong action queen Michelle Yeoh teamed up with her Royal Warriors director David Chung again in the period action adventure Magnificent Warriors. Co-starring Richard Ng, Lowell Lo, and Chindy Lau as comic sidekicks, plus leading man Derek Yee who was already changing from a movie star to a director, the 1987 D&B Films production features nonstop action scenes and incredible stunts choreographed by Stephen Tung, Stanley Tong, and Blackie Ko. Yeoh got so badly injured during the shoot that she had to take a break from action films and even contemplated retiring from her budding cinematic career. The year is 1938. In a Bhutan town close to Tibet, the Japanese army is secretly building a military factory to produce poisonous gas. The town's timid ruler Youda (Lowell Lo) asks the Chinese government for help, and they send in their top spy "001" (Derek Yee) to investigate the case and rescue Youda, while also enlisting the help of China's first female pilot Ming (Michelle Yeoh) to fly them to safety. But the ragtag group of warriors ends up staying behind to stop the Japanese occupation forces in an explosive, exciting showdown!
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Joy Sales Mob Sister aka: Ah Sou (DTS Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 48.00 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Mob Sister aka: Ah Sou (DTS Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Mob Sister (a.k.a. Ah Sou) features a star-studded cast! The film pools together Best Actor winners such as Eric Tsang, Simon Yam, Anthony Wong, Alex Fong, Liu Ye, and Tse Kwan Ho, co-starring with character actors Yuen Wah (Kung Fu Hustle) and Liu Kai Chi. Gorgeous Karena Lam collaborates with new actress Annie Liu, selected from thousands of girls during casting, to portray two Mob Sisters who have to join the triads against their will. Annie Liu's lack of experience was seemingly no obstacle in her performance as a naive girl brought up by gangsters. On the other hand, Karena Lam gives up her usual sweet-girl roles, such as the ones in Floating Landscape and It Had To Be You, and takes on a new challenge to play a female gangster in this off-beat and original female-centered Hong Kong triad movie. Director Wong Ching Po, a past Best New Director winner at the Hong Kong Film Awards, subverts gangster movies' traditions not only by telling the story from a female point of view, but also by making it a visually arresting motion picture. He tries to make almost every frame in Mob Sister aesthetically complex. Karena Lam's white dresses and Annie Liu's red ones form an interesting and impressive contrast. For movie lovers who want to see a highly stylized gangster movie, Mob Sister is a visual treat.
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Mob Sister (a.k.a. Ah Sou) features a star-studded cast! The film pools together Best Actor winners such as Eric Tsang, Simon Yam, Anthony Wong, Alex Fong, Liu Ye, and Tse Kwan Ho, co-starring with character actors Yuen Wah (Kung Fu Hustle) and Liu Kai Chi. Gorgeous Karena Lam collaborates with new actress Annie Liu, selected from thousands of girls during casting, to portray two Mob Sisters who have to join the triads against their will. Annie Liu's lack of experience was seemingly no obstacle in her performance as a naive girl brought up by gangsters. On the other hand, Karena Lam gives up her usual sweet-girl roles, such as the ones in Floating Landscape and It Had To Be You, and takes on a new challenge to play a female gangster in this off-beat and original female-centered Hong Kong triad movie. Director Wong Ching Po, a past Best New Director winner at the Hong Kong Film Awards, subverts gangster movies' traditions not only by telling the story from a female point of view, but also by making it a visually arresting motion picture. He tries to make almost every frame in Mob Sister aesthetically complex. Karena Lam's white dresses and Annie Liu's red ones form an interesting and impressive contrast. For movie lovers who want to see a highly stylized gangster movie, Mob Sister is a visual treat.
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Joy Sales A Side, B Side, Seaside (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales A Side, B Side, Seaside (Hong Kong Version)
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Chan Wing Chiu has been working in the Hong Kong film industry since the 1990s, and now he pools together a bunch of new actors to make a refreshing title A Side, B Side, Seaside. The film consists of "A Side" and "B Side", reminding us of the VCD format which splits a film into two discs. On "A Side", the VCD of Takeshi Kitano's A Scene At The Sea brings a 17-year-old girl Chan Tim to encounter her first love Ho Fu who works in a VCD shop. She then comes across him on an outlying Island of Hong Kong where she is enjoying an unforgettable summer holiday with her best friends. Radiating the vitality peculiar to 17-year-olds, the four girls seem tireless in trying anything that they have never done before: adult movies, puppy love, first kiss, and many other things. The story on "B Side" also takes place on this small island. A young girl Ah Mei returns from the urban area to this unsophisticated community to visit two old friends. While recalling memories of their younger days, they also realize that their innocence back then has quietly faded away. "B Side" seems totally unrelated to "Side A" on surface, but Ah Mei's nostalgia of her youthful times may be foretelling what Chan Tim will have to go through one day. "A Side" and "B Side" both take place at seaside, where Chan Tim, Ah Mei, and their friends together sing a song of praise about youth.
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Chan Wing Chiu has been working in the Hong Kong film industry since the 1990s, and now he pools together a bunch of new actors to make a refreshing title A Side, B Side, Seaside. The film consists of "A Side" and "B Side", reminding us of the VCD format which splits a film into two discs. On "A Side", the VCD of Takeshi Kitano's A Scene At The Sea brings a 17-year-old girl Chan Tim to encounter her first love Ho Fu who works in a VCD shop. She then comes across him on an outlying Island of Hong Kong where she is enjoying an unforgettable summer holiday with her best friends. Radiating the vitality peculiar to 17-year-olds, the four girls seem tireless in trying anything that they have never done before: adult movies, puppy love, first kiss, and many other things. The story on "B Side" also takes place on this small island. A young girl Ah Mei returns from the urban area to this unsophisticated community to visit two old friends. While recalling memories of their younger days, they also realize that their innocence back then has quietly faded away. "B Side" seems totally unrelated to "Side A" on surface, but Ah Mei's nostalgia of her youthful times may be foretelling what Chan Tim will have to go through one day. "A Side" and "B Side" both take place at seaside, where Chan Tim, Ah Mei, and their friends together sing a song of praise about youth.
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Joy Sales New Born (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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A loose adaptation of the classic novel "Journey to the West", A Chinese Tall Story updates the story of the Monkey King with a hot young cast, imaginative costume designs, and unbelievable visual effects. But the biggest change of all: the movie isn't really about the Monkey King! Instead it focuses on the Tang monk, Tripitaka (Nicholas Tse), who experiences his own adventure after his stalwart companions Piggy (Kenny Kwan, formerly of Boy'z), Sandy (Stephen Cheung of Boy'z), and Monkey King Sun Wukong (Wilson Chen) get taken hostage by an evil Tree Demon. Tripitaka must fend for himself, and finds an unlikely companion in ugly lizard imp Meiyan (Charlene Choi), who instantly falls in love with the handsome, but chaste monk. Complicating matters are Tripitaka's own wavering faith, plus the appearance of white-garbed aliens (led by Fan Bing Bing), who may or may not be Tripitaka's allies. When Tripitaka decides that it's time to rescue his companions, will the aliens help him? And what of the newly-transformed Meiyan, who possesses powers unknown even to herself? Director Jeff Lau is no stranger to the Monkey King legend, having directed 1995's A Chinese Odyssey starring Stephen Chow. The stirring score was provided by Joe Hisaishi, composer for the majority of Hayao Miyazaki's films, and the film also features appearances from EEG starlet Isabella Leong, and classic Chinese stars like Yuen Wah, Kara Hui (Wai Ying Hung), and Gordon Liu. Full of comedy, action, romance, and plenty of big-screen spectacle, A Chinese Tall Story is a worthy update of the Monkey King legend!
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A loose adaptation of the classic novel "Journey to the West", A Chinese Tall Story updates the story of the Monkey King with a hot young cast, imaginative costume designs, and unbelievable visual effects. But the biggest change of all: the movie isn't really about the Monkey King! Instead it focuses on the Tang monk, Tripitaka (Nicholas Tse), who experiences his own adventure after his stalwart companions Piggy (Kenny Kwan, formerly of Boy'z), Sandy (Stephen Cheung of Boy'z), and Monkey King Sun Wukong (Wilson Chen) get taken hostage by an evil Tree Demon. Tripitaka must fend for himself, and finds an unlikely companion in ugly lizard imp Meiyan (Charlene Choi), who instantly falls in love with the handsome, but chaste monk. Complicating matters are Tripitaka's own wavering faith, plus the appearance of white-garbed aliens (led by Fan Bing Bing), who may or may not be Tripitaka's allies. When Tripitaka decides that it's time to rescue his companions, will the aliens help him? And what of the newly-transformed Meiyan, who possesses powers unknown even to herself? Director Jeff Lau is no stranger to the Monkey King legend, having directed 1995's A Chinese Odyssey starring Stephen Chow. The stirring score was provided by Joe Hisaishi, composer for the majority of Hayao Miyazaki's films, and the film also features appearances from EEG starlet Isabella Leong, and classic Chinese stars like Yuen Wah, Kara Hui (Wai Ying Hung), and Gordon Liu. Full of comedy, action, romance, and plenty of big-screen spectacle, A Chinese Tall Story is a worthy update of the Monkey King legend!
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Joy Sales A Time To Love (Hong Kong Version) at 48.00 MYR from YesAsia
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The theme of impossible love is timeless. It is as touching in the Shakespearean era as in the 1980s. A boy and a girl grew up together and fell in love with each other in the early 80s. The strong hatred between their families was an obstacle to their love. Dating would bring disaster while separation would be torture. Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet inspired them to persist in their love, but that love was still too fragile to resist pressure from their families. He was sent abroad seven years ago and she has waited for seven years for him to return. Can the love between them be everlasting? A Time to Love, released near Valentine's Day, is touted as a modern-day Chinese version of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. Popular idols Vicky Zhao Wei and Lu Yi both take on new images in this artistic film. Award-winning director Huo Jianqi designs the most aesthetic scenes to convey the intense romance. This film is another masterpiece from Huo after Nuan which won the Tokyo Grand Prix at the 16th Tokyo International Film Festival.
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The theme of impossible love is timeless. It is as touching in the Shakespearean era as in the 1980s. A boy and a girl grew up together and fell in love with each other in the early 80s. The strong hatred between their families was an obstacle to their love. Dating would bring disaster while separation would be torture. Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet inspired them to persist in their love, but that love was still too fragile to resist pressure from their families. He was sent abroad seven years ago and she has waited for seven years for him to return. Can the love between them be everlasting? A Time to Love, released near Valentine's Day, is touted as a modern-day Chinese version of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. Popular idols Vicky Zhao Wei and Lu Yi both take on new images in this artistic film. Award-winning director Huo Jianqi designs the most aesthetic scenes to convey the intense romance. This film is another masterpiece from Huo after Nuan which won the Tokyo Grand Prix at the 16th Tokyo International Film Festival.
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Joy Sales The Gerile (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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The period supernatural thriller 49 Days stars Steven Fung, who directed and led the cast in House of Fury, the adorable Gillian Chung of Twins, and Raymond Wong from the supporting cast of many great titles such as PTU. Filled with spookiness and suspense, 49 Days offers something quite different from the rising Japanese and Korean thrillers. The film intrigues the viewers with cultural details unique to the Chinese folk tradition, such as burning rhinoceros horn as a way to see beyond the mortal world. Created by Tsui Siu Ming, an all-round talent in the TV and film industry, the movie unfolds a man's life-and-death adventure over 49 Days - another symbolic number in Chinese culture! Lau Sing (Steven Fung), joined by his eight buddies, leaves his family to start a Chinese medicine business in a big city. One of his eight friends, Pang Sei (Raymond Wong), betrays him and burns down Lau's business. Pang even sets Lau up for the murder of his colleagues and friends. Lau seems to have little chance to escape from his unjust death sentence, until Siu Chin (Gillian Chung), a young and pretty lawyer, appears as his savior. Unfortunately, Siu Chin fails to show up on the day of Lau's execution...Will Lau have the chance to see his family again?
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The period supernatural thriller 49 Days stars Steven Fung, who directed and led the cast in House of Fury, the adorable Gillian Chung of Twins, and Raymond Wong from the supporting cast of many great titles such as PTU. Filled with spookiness and suspense, 49 Days offers something quite different from the rising Japanese and Korean thrillers. The film intrigues the viewers with cultural details unique to the Chinese folk tradition, such as burning rhinoceros horn as a way to see beyond the mortal world. Created by Tsui Siu Ming, an all-round talent in the TV and film industry, the movie unfolds a man's life-and-death adventure over 49 Days - another symbolic number in Chinese culture! Lau Sing (Steven Fung), joined by his eight buddies, leaves his family to start a Chinese medicine business in a big city. One of his eight friends, Pang Sei (Raymond Wong), betrays him and burns down Lau's business. Pang even sets Lau up for the murder of his colleagues and friends. Lau seems to have little chance to escape from his unjust death sentence, until Siu Chin (Gillian Chung), a young and pretty lawyer, appears as his savior. Unfortunately, Siu Chin fails to show up on the day of Lau's execution...Will Lau have the chance to see his family again?
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Joy Sales Crime Story (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 61.20 MYR from YesAsia
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Fan-favorite Hong Kong cinema classic Crime Story now digitally remastered! It now comes with special features such as original and newly edited trailers (the latter in English), never-before released footages, and deleted scenes from the Hong Kong theatrical edition. Director Kirk Wong also talks about the story behind this film the interview included in this remastered edition. Perpetually happy-go-lucky Jackie Chan gets serious in Crime Story, a riveting police action film directed by Kirk Wong (Organized Crime and Triad Bureau). Inspector Eddie Chan (Jackie Chan) is a brilliant, but emotionally troubled cop assigned to protect a real-estate mogul (Law Kar Ying) who's been threatened with kidnapping. Unfortunately, despite Eddie's best efforts, he's unable to prevent the abduction. His emotions nearing a breaking point, Eddie is paired with fellow cop Hung (Kent Cheng) to track the kidnappers to Taiwan, but circumstances seem to be working against them. The investigation gets impeded at every turn, and there may even be some cops working against Eddie...Based on an actual kidnapping case, Crime Story represents Jackie Chan's most serious work to date. Here, Jackie Chan portrays a hard-boiled, serious cop who's excellent at his job, but cannot take the consequences of his work emotionally. The passion and heartbreak of Eddie Chan are as vital to Crime Story as any of the action sequences, though those happen too. Kirk Wong's experience with the crime genre brings an authentic edge to the film, but it's Jackie Chan's wrenching performance that turns heads. Crime Story earned Jackie Chan a Best Actor Award at the Taiwan Golden Horse Awards, and proves to his fans and non-fans alike that there's more to Jackie Chan than just action.
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Fan-favorite Hong Kong cinema classic Crime Story now digitally remastered! It now comes with special features such as original and newly edited trailers (the latter in English), never-before released footages, and deleted scenes from the Hong Kong theatrical edition. Director Kirk Wong also talks about the story behind this film the interview included in this remastered edition. Perpetually happy-go-lucky Jackie Chan gets serious in Crime Story, a riveting police action film directed by Kirk Wong (Organized Crime and Triad Bureau). Inspector Eddie Chan (Jackie Chan) is a brilliant, but emotionally troubled cop assigned to protect a real-estate mogul (Law Kar Ying) who's been threatened with kidnapping. Unfortunately, despite Eddie's best efforts, he's unable to prevent the abduction. His emotions nearing a breaking point, Eddie is paired with fellow cop Hung (Kent Cheng) to track the kidnappers to Taiwan, but circumstances seem to be working against them. The investigation gets impeded at every turn, and there may even be some cops working against Eddie...Based on an actual kidnapping case, Crime Story represents Jackie Chan's most serious work to date. Here, Jackie Chan portrays a hard-boiled, serious cop who's excellent at his job, but cannot take the consequences of his work emotionally. The passion and heartbreak of Eddie Chan are as vital to Crime Story as any of the action sequences, though those happen too. Kirk Wong's experience with the crime genre brings an authentic edge to the film, but it's Jackie Chan's wrenching performance that turns heads. Crime Story earned Jackie Chan a Best Actor Award at the Taiwan Golden Horse Awards, and proves to his fans and non-fans alike that there's more to Jackie Chan than just action.
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Joy Sales Love In Spring (Hong Kong Version) at 48.00 MYR from YesAsia
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Joy Sales Zodiac Killers (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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Hong Kong screen favorites Andy Lau and Cherie Chung co-star in Zodiac Killers, a dramatic thriller from internationally-renowned filmmaker Ann Hui. Andy Lau is Ben, a Hong Kong-born Chinese who's in Tokyo to study. His friends have come with him, and one marries into a prominent Yakuza family. Meanwhile, Ben meets and falls for Tieh Lan (Cherie Chung), a Chinese emigrant who followed Asano (Junichi Ishida), a Yakuza hitman, from Hong Kong back to Japan. But Asano's relationship with his boss Ishikawa (Yasuaki Kurata) is on rocky ground...and if it collapses it could mean dire things for Tieh Lan! Can Ben safely escort his newfound love out of the twisted maze of Tokyo's underworld? Authentic Japanese locations, top Hong Kong stars, and assured art film style make Zodiac Killers a riveting and complex action thriller!
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Hong Kong screen favorites Andy Lau and Cherie Chung co-star in Zodiac Killers, a dramatic thriller from internationally-renowned filmmaker Ann Hui. Andy Lau is Ben, a Hong Kong-born Chinese who's in Tokyo to study. His friends have come with him, and one marries into a prominent Yakuza family. Meanwhile, Ben meets and falls for Tieh Lan (Cherie Chung), a Chinese emigrant who followed Asano (Junichi Ishida), a Yakuza hitman, from Hong Kong back to Japan. But Asano's relationship with his boss Ishikawa (Yasuaki Kurata) is on rocky ground...and if it collapses it could mean dire things for Tieh Lan! Can Ben safely escort his newfound love out of the twisted maze of Tokyo's underworld? Authentic Japanese locations, top Hong Kong stars, and assured art film style make Zodiac Killers a riveting and complex action thriller!
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Joy Sales True Colours (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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A quartet of stunning Hong Kong actresses fills the screen in the taut suspense thriller Web of Deception! Lin (Brigitte Lin) is a successful businesswoman who's being blackmailed by a mysterious person. Her suspects are few: loyal assistant May (Wong Siu Fung) and shady broker Miss Chow (Elizabeth Lee). Lin has Miss Chow get the blackmail money ready, but before the deal can go down, Queenie (Joey Wang), May's ultra-sweet roommate, tries to steal it! She's not the blackmailer though - she just needs the money to bail out her tough twin sister Cat (also Joey Wang), and taking it from Lin seems like the easiest way to do it. But the best laid plans these aren't, and when events start to spiral out of control, surprising and even shocking things start to happen! Soon Lin is locked in her house with women she may not be able to trust. But is she in danger...or are they? Screen divas Brigitte Lin and Joey Wang make striking adversaries, and Wong Siu Fung earned a Best Supporting Actress nomination for her sensitive and emotionally-complex performance. Producer Tsui Hark and director David Chung bring breathless tension to Web of Deception, a riveting and twist-laden suspense thriller!
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A quartet of stunning Hong Kong actresses fills the screen in the taut suspense thriller Web of Deception! Lin (Brigitte Lin) is a successful businesswoman who's being blackmailed by a mysterious person. Her suspects are few: loyal assistant May (Wong Siu Fung) and shady broker Miss Chow (Elizabeth Lee). Lin has Miss Chow get the blackmail money ready, but before the deal can go down, Queenie (Joey Wang), May's ultra-sweet roommate, tries to steal it! She's not the blackmailer though - she just needs the money to bail out her tough twin sister Cat (also Joey Wang), and taking it from Lin seems like the easiest way to do it. But the best laid plans these aren't, and when events start to spiral out of control, surprising and even shocking things start to happen! Soon Lin is locked in her house with women she may not be able to trust. But is she in danger...or are they? Screen divas Brigitte Lin and Joey Wang make striking adversaries, and Wong Siu Fung earned a Best Supporting Actress nomination for her sensitive and emotionally-complex performance. Producer Tsui Hark and director David Chung bring breathless tension to Web of Deception, a riveting and twist-laden suspense thriller!
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Joy Sales Who Is The Craftiest (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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Fans of Hong Kong cinema will always remember Bill Tung as the funny and loving dad in such popular 1980s family comedies as the It's a Mad Mad Mad World series. Tung plays the villain for a change in the 1988 comedy Who is the Craftiest directed by Poon Man Kit, opposite Ricky Hui, Cheung Wai, Tiffany Lau, Tang Bik Wan, Lau Siu Ming, Lo Hoi Pang, and the sexy bombshell Amy Yip. Lau (Lau Siu Ming) is conned out of his life's savings by Leung (Bill Tung). After losing the ensuing lawsuit, Lau soon dies in despair. On his deathbed, he asks his daughter Siu Wan (Tiffany Lau) to avenge him, but first she needs to find the infamous tricksters - brothers Kan Yan (Cheung Wai) and Kan Kwai (Ricky Hui) for help. Long wanted to punish the greedy Leung, the Kan brothers devise an elaborate scheme to drive him into bankruptcy. But Leung is no pushover either. He sees their weakness, and comes up with a plan...
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Fans of Hong Kong cinema will always remember Bill Tung as the funny and loving dad in such popular 1980s family comedies as the It's a Mad Mad Mad World series. Tung plays the villain for a change in the 1988 comedy Who is the Craftiest directed by Poon Man Kit, opposite Ricky Hui, Cheung Wai, Tiffany Lau, Tang Bik Wan, Lau Siu Ming, Lo Hoi Pang, and the sexy bombshell Amy Yip. Lau (Lau Siu Ming) is conned out of his life's savings by Leung (Bill Tung). After losing the ensuing lawsuit, Lau soon dies in despair. On his deathbed, he asks his daughter Siu Wan (Tiffany Lau) to avenge him, but first she needs to find the infamous tricksters - brothers Kan Yan (Cheung Wai) and Kan Kwai (Ricky Hui) for help. Long wanted to punish the greedy Leung, the Kan brothers devise an elaborate scheme to drive him into bankruptcy. But Leung is no pushover either. He sees their weakness, and comes up with a plan...
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Joy Sales Chinese Stories From Afar II - The Chapter Of Morocco at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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Chinese Stories From Afar II - The Chapter Of Morocco
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Joy Sales Demon Lover (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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Dave Wang is the title character in The Legend of the Flying Swordsman, a martial arts drama based on the writings of Gu Long. Li Chun Foon (Dave Wang) is a swordsman who spends most of his days in a drunken state. While his swordplay suffers due to his inebriation, he still meets the lovely Snow (Gigi Lai), who agrees to become his wife. But Li is drunk to the gills even on their wedding day, which upsets his stern father (Japanese action legend Sonny Chiba). Even after the wedding. Li continues to spend too much time drinking. His pathetic state becomes abusive for Snow, and his father becomes even more enraged at his son's uselessness. Finally, Li is challenged to rise above his pitiful existence, and he agrees to undertake a dangerous mission for his father. But will he be able to regain his skill with the sword, or his self-respect? A surprisingly somber and dramatic take on the swordplay genre, The Legend of the Flying Swordsman boasts an eclectic international cast and updated special effects.
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Dave Wang is the title character in The Legend of the Flying Swordsman, a martial arts drama based on the writings of Gu Long. Li Chun Foon (Dave Wang) is a swordsman who spends most of his days in a drunken state. While his swordplay suffers due to his inebriation, he still meets the lovely Snow (Gigi Lai), who agrees to become his wife. But Li is drunk to the gills even on their wedding day, which upsets his stern father (Japanese action legend Sonny Chiba). Even after the wedding. Li continues to spend too much time drinking. His pathetic state becomes abusive for Snow, and his father becomes even more enraged at his son's uselessness. Finally, Li is challenged to rise above his pitiful existence, and he agrees to undertake a dangerous mission for his father. But will he be able to regain his skill with the sword, or his self-respect? A surprisingly somber and dramatic take on the swordplay genre, The Legend of the Flying Swordsman boasts an eclectic international cast and updated special effects.
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Joy Sales Concrete War at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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Fans of the hit Taiwanese drama Meteor Garden can't miss out on Meteor Rain! Divided into three segments, Meteor Rain consists of extra episodes that weren't included in the original Meteor Garden. Mei Zuo (Vanness Wu) is pickpocketed by a lively Japanese girl (Ai Sha), who is in Taiwan to look for her grandmother. The two become friends - and maybe more - but what happens when she has to leave? Xiao You (Rainie Yang) returns to Taiwan to resolve her relationship with Xi Men (Ken Chu). Xi Men reveals the reason for his callous attitude toward relationships: a heartbreaking story of first love. The volatile Dao Min Si (Jerry Yan) gets into trouble with the law and runs away. He meets an elderly man and his sick granddaughter by chance. Drawn into their simple lives, Dao Min Si begins to question his past way of life. Click here to browse other F4 TV series
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Fans of the hit Taiwanese drama Meteor Garden can't miss out on Meteor Rain! Divided into three segments, Meteor Rain consists of extra episodes that weren't included in the original Meteor Garden. Mei Zuo (Vanness Wu) is pickpocketed by a lively Japanese girl (Ai Sha), who is in Taiwan to look for her grandmother. The two become friends - and maybe more - but what happens when she has to leave? Xiao You (Rainie Yang) returns to Taiwan to resolve her relationship with Xi Men (Ken Chu). Xi Men reveals the reason for his callous attitude toward relationships: a heartbreaking story of first love. The volatile Dao Min Si (Jerry Yan) gets into trouble with the law and runs away. He meets an elderly man and his sick granddaughter by chance. Drawn into their simple lives, Dao Min Si begins to question his past way of life. Click here to browse other F4 TV series
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Joy Sales Starry Journey II (Chapter 5) - Cheung Man (Horde) at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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Joy Sales Flower's Taste - Ambrose Hsu E Idol Drama at 48.00 MYR from YesAsia
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Riding on the success on the debut of "Lavender" TV series, another story of Ambrose Hsu's "Flower's taste" will continue to keep you hooked. Also starring Yeung Shing-lin, Wan Fang and Xia Jing-yang.
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Riding on the success on the debut of "Lavender" TV series, another story of Ambrose Hsu's "Flower's taste" will continue to keep you hooked. Also starring Yeung Shing-lin, Wan Fang and Xia Jing-yang.
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Joy Sales Night Security Guard at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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Joy Sales Long Arm of The Law (Part III) (DTS) (Hong Kong Version) at 56.80 MYR from YesAsia
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Long Arm of The Law (Part III) now comes with 3 postcard-sized calendars for January to March 2006, with pictures from the movie printed on the back! Calendars for other months come with The Truth, The Truth - Final Episode, and Everlasting Love. Hong Kong's Mak brothers, Johnny Mak and Michael Mak, are famous for producing and directing popular titles in the 80s, such as the Long Arm of the Law series. Long Arm of the Law III (1989), just as well-received as the previous two films in the series, features hot Asian star Andy Lau! Andy Lau portrays an ex-soldier from Mainland China who, being framed, decides to flee to Hong Kong to avoid death sentence. A Hong Kong triad gang wants to recruit him to work for them, and even forces his girlfriend to work in nightclubs upon his refusal... The film co-stars beautiful actress Elizabeth Lee and also Max Mok, a new actor back then. Long Arm of the Law III promises to keep movie lovers engaged in dazzling actions from start to finish. Get this title to see Andy Lau in spectacular fights!
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Long Arm of The Law (Part III) now comes with 3 postcard-sized calendars for January to March 2006, with pictures from the movie printed on the back! Calendars for other months come with The Truth, The Truth - Final Episode, and Everlasting Love. Hong Kong's Mak brothers, Johnny Mak and Michael Mak, are famous for producing and directing popular titles in the 80s, such as the Long Arm of the Law series. Long Arm of the Law III (1989), just as well-received as the previous two films in the series, features hot Asian star Andy Lau! Andy Lau portrays an ex-soldier from Mainland China who, being framed, decides to flee to Hong Kong to avoid death sentence. A Hong Kong triad gang wants to recruit him to work for them, and even forces his girlfriend to work in nightclubs upon his refusal... The film co-stars beautiful actress Elizabeth Lee and also Max Mok, a new actor back then. Long Arm of the Law III promises to keep movie lovers engaged in dazzling actions from start to finish. Get this title to see Andy Lau in spectacular fights!
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Joy Sales Love And The City at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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Joy Sales World Travel Series -Austria at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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Joy Sales Chao Ju Jing Dian - Xiao Fu Sha Jia Gu at 30.60 MYR from YesAsia
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Joy Sales Hobbies Malaysia

Among the most popular Joy Sales Hobbies today are Misty Love (VCD) (Hong Kong Version), Xuan Ji Ji 2009 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) and To Kill With Intrigue (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version). You can check the products of Borders, Bookurve and BolehDeals if you’re not sure about purchasing Joy Sales Hobbies. iprice provides Joy Sales Hobbies from RM 31.00 - RM 363.00. You can find two types of Joy Sales Hobbies online, particularly Books and Movies; you can choose the one that suits your need. For colors, Red, Pink and Green are amongst the popular shades when it comes to Joy Sales Hobbies.

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