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Joy Sales Never Ending Night at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
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Richie Jen Hsien-chi's "Forever Night" is based on his song "Eternal Night" and was edited and directed by himself. The story is about an orphan who challenges the underground boxing throne for the sake of his closest friends !!!
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Joy Sales Chinatown Capers (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Chinatown Capers (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Sam Hui and Polly Shang Kwan are back as everyone's favorite pair of streetwise vagabonds in director Lo Wei's 1974 sequel to the previous year's Backalley Princess. Also known, appropriately enough, as Backalley Princess in Chinatown, Chinatown Capers chronicles the further, trans-Pacific misadventures of "Embroidered Pillow" (Hui) and "Chili Boy" (Shang Kwan), who find themselves transplanted from Hong Kong to San Francisco. The budget-conscious Lo shot the movie back-to-back with another California-based production, the Don Wong/Chuck Norris actioner Slaughter in San Francisco, and the two films share many of the same cast, crew, and locations. But if Slaughter in San Francisco is a typically grim-faced Chuck Norris outing, the second Backalley Princess adventure is the cheerful antidote, thanks to another delightful gender-bending performance from Polly Shang Kwan.

Ever the pair of do-gooding drifters, Embroidered Pillow and Chili Boy always come the aid of Hong Kong's downtrodden and oppressed - even if it means traveling all the way to America! This time the two friends are off to San Francisco's Chinatown in search of a millionaire's missing daughter (Sylvia Chang, who also appears in Slaughter in San Francisco), who has vanished under shady circumstances. Typical Backalley Princess shtick ensues, including the duo's disastrous stint waiting tables in a Chinese restaurant and run-ins with the local street gangs. But just when things are looking hopeless, Sam and Polly find the lead they need, and the chase is on!

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Joy Sales General Stone (Hong Kong Version) at 48.90 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales General Stone (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Teenage Muntant Ninja Turtles II (1991) (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Teenage Muntant Ninja Turtles II (1991) (Hong Kong Version)
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Teenage Muntant Ninja Turtles II (1991) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales World Travel Series -Austria at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
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Joy Sales A Better Tomorrow II (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales A Better Tomorrow II (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Over-the-top gunplay fans rejoice! The last fifteen minutes of A Better Tomorrow II, the sequel to the seminal Heroic Bloodshed film A Better Tomorrow, contains some of the most deliriously over-the-top guns and guts action ever put on film! Director John Woo outdoes his hyperkinetic gunplay from the first film, as he reunites Di Lung, Leslie Cheung, and even Chow Yun Fat for this entertaining and dramatic sequel to one of the most popular Hong Kong films ever. When we last left our heroes, Ho (Di Lung) was thrown in jail for his triad activities, but the courts grant him lenience for his righteousness. He's released to infiltrate the gang of suspected bad guy Lung (Dean Shek), who's currently being investigated by Ho's brother Kit (Leslie Cheung). But circumstances go sour, and Ho turns to an unlikely ally: former killer Ken, who's the twin brother of Chow Yun Fat from the first Better Tomorrow! With the pieces assembled, it's time for righteous retribution as only John Woo can deliver! Triad melodrama and John Woo's celebrated themes of brotherhood permeate A Better Tomorrow II, an entertaining and action-packed hit with an unbelievable body count.
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Joy Sales Love In Spring (Hong Kong Version) at 48.90 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Love In Spring (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Express To Better Vocabulary And Pronunciation Vol. 1A at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Express To Better Vocabulary And Pronunciation Vol. 1A
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Express To Better Vocabulary And Pronunciation Vol. 1A
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Joy Sales Itchy Fingers (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Itchy Fingers (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Hong Kong Cinema New Wave pioneer Leong Po Chih (Jumping Ash, Hong Kong 1941) directed the caper comedy Itchy Fingers in 1979 from a script co-written by Wong Jing, star Richard Ng, and himself. The film stars Ng as the burglar king opposite Roy Chiao as his lifelong nemesis, with support from Cora Miao, Fung Yun Chuen, Lo Hoi Pang, Melvin Wong, and John Woo in one of his pre-fame on-screen roles.

The rivalry between upright inspector Biggie (Roy Chiao) and wily thief Tiny (Richard Ng) has come a long way since their childhood. Tiny is hired by jeweler Fung to steal a precious diamond called "The Star of South Sea", not knowing that he's been set up - he is simply the scapegoat in Fung's insurance scam. Tiny is caught, but when Biggie learns that the insurance company offers a million dollars for anyone who can recover the "stolen" diamond, he convinces Tiny to team up with him and steal Fung's diamond again.

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Joy Sales Cabaret Tears (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Cabaret Tears (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Also known as Send in the Clowns, Cabaret Tears marks a turning point in the prolific career of its star, Sylvia Chang. The Taiwanese-born actress's pretty face had been a familiar feature of the Hong Kong filmscape for the better part of a decade, but with this 1983 melodrama Chang began to take an active role behind the camera as well. Her credit for Planning on Cabaret Tears foreshadows Chang's later acclaimed work as a writer and director on films like Princess D and Happy Birthday.

In Cabaret Tears, Sylvia plays the younger of two sisters who eke out a living singing in cabaret acts touring run-down venues in Hong Kong. Sensing that their way of life is fast becoming extinct, the elder sister (Chang Shio Yen) pressures her sibling to make a bid for stardom as a lead actress. But Sylvia, convinced that happiness cannot be found on the stage, becomes disenchanted with the showbiz world. When an opportunity for a "big break" presents itself in Taipei, the sisters are forced to reexamine their lives, and may finally have to go their separate ways.

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Joy Sales A Hearty Response (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales A Hearty Response (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Although they didn't exactly become the Astaire and Rogers of Hong Kong comedies, Chow Yun Fat and Joey Wong made a winning comedic couple in a handful of mid-80s productions before moving on to more successful solo careers playing ghosts and gunmen. A Hearty Response, from 1986, is one of the pair's most engaging efforts. The film's wildly uneven tone, which veers from goofy situation comedy to brutally unflinching tragedy, is schizophrenic even by Hong Kong filmmaking standards, but Chow's and Wong's considerable charms rescue the picture. What might've been a melodramatic mess becomes an arresting emotional rollercoaster as rape and murder intrude on an otherwise lighthearted romantic comedy.

Sun, an illegal immigrant from the mainland, finds herself alone and on the run when the human trafficker who smuggled her into Hong Kong tries to rape her. Lucky for her, easygoing cop Bon accidentally hits her with his car, which gives Sun the golden opportunity she needs. Feigning amnesia, Sun claims to think she's Bon's wife! The guilt-ridden policeman plays along and brings the young lady home, a decision he comes to regret as Sun begins to turn his previously predictable life upside-down. But romance has a way of popping up in the most unexpected places. Unfortunately, so does Sun's former tormentor, who plans to enact a gruesome revenge.

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Joy Sales The Cannonball Run (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Cannonball Run (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Jackie Chan completists all need to check out Cannonball Run, the Hong Kong superstar's 1981 shot at crossover Hollywood stardom! A packed cast of Hollywood names, including Burt Reynolds, Dom DeLuise, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Roger Moore and Farrah Fawcett, play frontmen for the supporting Chan, who does his action-comedy bit as a Japanese car racer out to win the "Cannonball Run", a cross-country car race that's as hilarious and action-packed as it is illegal. Running engineer on Chan's souped-up Subaru is none other than Hong Kong comedy master Michael Hui, who brings his deadpan comedy genius to the table. Jackie Chan is only given one real fight sequence, but what a sequence it is! He gets to beat up a group of Hell's Angels (led by Easy Rider Peter Fonda) in a scene that's vintage Jackie Chan. As for the rest of the film, it's sexy, silly, madcap stuff that ran wild at the American box-office in the early eighties. Still, for fans of Jackie Chan - and probably Burt Reynolds - Cannonball Run still qualifies as a must see.
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Joy Sales Aces Go Places II (1983) (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 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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Joy Sales Express To Better Vocabulary And Pronunciation Vol. 4A at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Express To Better Vocabulary And Pronunciation Vol. 4A
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Joy Sales Express To Better Vocabulary And Pronunciation Vol. 6B at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Express To Better Vocabulary And Pronunciation Vol. 6B
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Joy Sales The Crazy Nuts (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Crazy Nuts (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Bug Me Not (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Bug Me Not (Hong Kong Version)
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The 17-year old singer/actress Isabella Leong has become many Hong Kong young boys' favorite, and Wilson Chan Bo-lin's charm continues from Bluegate Crossing, The Eye 10 to the present Bug Me Not! Isabella is Moon, a girl who possesses the supernatural power to communicate with insects. She has a crush on the handsome boy Gao Yuan (Chan Bo-lin) who runs super fast but secludes himself from contacting anyone. A cute ladybug named Cootchie encourages Moon to confess her love to Gao Yuan, but that of course scares away Gao Yaun who freaks out when getting in touch with people...

The film features an all-star cast with Charlene Choi and Gillian Chung from Twins, and Kenny Kwan and Steven Cheung formerly or now Boyz members to play residents of a place called Psychic Park where every youngster possesses some supernatural power. Popular singer Candy Lo portrays Moon's mother who is addicted to Mahjong but has never won. Director Lo Chi Leung, starting as a script writer, shows great talent in narrating an urban fantasy, apart from exploring people's psyche as in Inner Senses and Coma. The CG technologies used to create Cootchie and its buddies are also something one must not miss.

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Joy Sales Living And Loving (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Living And Loving (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Trio Love (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Trio Love (Hong Kong Version)
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Trio Love (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales The Man From Hong Kong (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Man From Hong Kong (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version)
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Jimmy Wang shows you how capable The Man from Hong Kong is. Often appearing on the silver screen as a suave swordsman in Shaw Brothers titles in the 1970s, Jimmy Wang also sits in the director's chair for the 1975 movie The Man from Hong Kong. Co-directed with Brian Trenchard-Smith, Wang creates a movie packed with explosive scenes and stunning fighting sequences. A rare Western film invested by Hong Kong's Golden Harvest, The Man from Hong Kong sees Jimmy Wang as the Chinese version of James Bond, showing off his unique charm as well as dazzling kung fu.

The Australian police arrest a Chinese drug trafficker Win Chan (Sammo Hung) and hands him over to the Hong Kong police. Under interrogation by the Hong Kong police inspector Fong (Jimmy Wang), Win Chan finally reveals the real culprit behind the syndicate as Australian tycoon Jack Wilton (George Lazenby, who actually stars as James Bond later). Badly injured in his operation, Fong is fortunate enough to meet Australian girl Angelica (Rebecca Gilling) who nurses him back to health before he decides to smash into Wilton's martial arts school. Shot in Australia and featuring mostly an Australian cast, this kung fu extravaganza actually deserves more attention than it has gained in the past, and is recently digitally remastered for fans!

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Joy Sales Starry Journey II (Chapter 11) - Catherine Hung (Quan Zhou Hui An's Girls ) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Starry Journey II (Chapter 11) - Catherine Hung (Quan Zhou Hui An's Girls )
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Starry Journey II (Chapter 11) - Catherine Hung (Quan Zhou Hui An's Girls )
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Joy Sales Breadline Blues (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Breadline Blues (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Vengeance Is Mine (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Vengeance Is Mine (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Vengeance is Rosamund Kwan's in Vengeance is Mine, a brutal "nice girl pushed too far" flick from 1988 that features everyone's favorite Aunt 13 from the Once Upon a Time in China series. Not as explicit as many similarly themed Category III pictures, Vengeance is Mine can nonetheless be rather unflinching in its portrayal of an utterly innocent young nurse (Kwan) who becomes the victim of multiple rapes and murder attempts before taking the law into her own hands. Still, Kwan's fans will want to check out this rare leading role, which affords her the chance to demonstrate her wide range as an actress under the direction of Lee Chi Ngai (director of the far more amicable Dr. Mack and Heaven Can't Wait).

On her way to a party one night after work, Nurse Li is abducted and gang raped by a group of thugs. Her life is saved by the timely arrival of a passing taxicab driver (Derek Yee, The Sentimental Swordsman, Buddha's Palm), but the terrified woman refuses to report the incident to the police. She lives to regret her decision when the gang targets her for a second attack, during which Li accidentally kills one of her assailants. After her best friend is also raped in retaliation, Li finally decides to take the fight to her tormentors.

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Joy Sales And Now, What is Your Name? (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales And Now, What is Your Name? (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Popular singer/actor Kenny Bee stars in And Now, What is Your Name?, a sex and society melodrama about a young man and his numerous affairs. Kenny Bee plays the lead character, a photographer whose life is complicated by different and sudden romantic complications. Among the women in his life are a TV actress involved with one rich married man after the next, a nightclub hostess who sells her favors on the side, and a young girl who switches boyfriends almost daily. Can a young man find his way in this complex web of modern romance, where love and sex seem readily available - though sometimes to merely the highest bidder? Co-starring Michelle Yim and Regina Tseng, And Now, What is Your Name? presents longtime screen favorite Kenny Bee as a likable, but torn young man trying to navigate through the treacherous trials of modern love.
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Joy Sales Its Sunset Again AKA: Oncemore In The Evening (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Its Sunset Again AKA: Oncemore In The Evening (Hong Kong Version)
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Its Sunset Again AKA: Oncemore In The Evening (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Dead Air (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Produced by Teddy Chen (Bodyguards and Assassins), Hong Kong supernatural thriller Dead Air marks the feature directorial debut of Xavier Lee (documentary Jackie Chan: My Stunts) and the first lead role for AV actor Derek Tsang. The chiller lines up a B-list but nonetheless interesting cast that also includes Leila Tong (A Very Short Life), Terence Yin (Fear Factors), Raymond Wong (Scare 2 Die), Jo Kuk (Visible Secret), Wayne Lai (Nightmare Zone), and Susan Tse (The Haunted School).

TV producer Rock (Derek Tsang) is in dire need of a hit program when he encounters the ghost of the pregnant Tincy (Leila Tong) who is just murdered by a robber. Rock gives her a hand in delivering the still-alive baby in her dead body. To return his favor, Tincy helps him create a reality game show in which the contestants perform all kinds of suicidal stunts. The show proves to be a sensational hit, breaking all ratings records. But Rock is yet to realize the true motive of his ghostly benefactor...

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Joy Sales Goodbye, My Love (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Goodbye, My Love (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Actor-cum-director Frankie Chan produces, directs, and stars in the 1986 drama Goodbye, My Love. He shares writing credits here with Wong Kar Wai, who also pitched in a pen for Chan's Sweet Surrender (1986), Silent Romance (1984), and Just for Fun (1983) before turning to directing himself. One of Frankie Chan's more representative works, the film co-stars internationally renowned actress Joan Chen in a rare Hong Kong film appearance.

Lindy Ng (Joan Chen) and her younger brother and sister eke out an impoverished life together, living in a rundown apartment. When Lindy is diagnosed with terminal leukemia, her first thoughts are her siblings. Who will take care of them after she passes away? With her apartment too dangerous to continue living in, Lindy is forced to move to another location where she encounters the worst of flatmates, hot-tempered petty criminal Morrie (Frankie Chan).

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Joy Sales Mr. Cinema (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Produced to commemorate the 10th Anniversary of the Hong Kong Handover, Mr. Cinema is an entertaining and touching look back at over thirty years of Hong Kong history. Anthony Wong stars as Zhou (translated as "left"), a fervent leftist and Chinese cinema fan who works as a projectionist in a Hong Kong movie theater specializing in Mainland cinema. Zhou is a staunch believer in the idealism presented in Mainland films, and uses the motto "all for one, and one for all" to guide his everyday life. But Hong Kong experiences constant change through events as diverse and disastrous as the Asian Financial Crisis and SARS, and Zhou finds it difficult to hold his family together. Despite years of loyalty, his wife (Teresa Mo) is starting to feel neglected, and his materialistic son (Ronald Cheng) has become alienated. As the years roll by, will this old leftist find his way in changing Hong Kong, or will he be left behind?

Director Samson Chiu previously achieved commercial and critical success with the Golden Chicken films, which are similar to Mr. Cinema in that they illuminate recent Hong Kong history through local characters and perspectives. Mr. Cinema delivers a good history lesson, but is very much about character, presenting an affectionate portrait of Hong Kong and its hard working, resilient people. Anthony Wong is wonderful as the aging leftist Zhou, as is Ronald Cheng in a surprising dramatic turn as Chong (translated as "middle"), Zhou's forever-conflicted son. Fine support is turned in by Teresa Mo and Karen Mok (as Chong's life-long sweetheart), and the passing panorama of Hong Kong history is exceptionally touching for anyone with a soft spot for the region. An intelligent and accomplished commercial work, Mr. Cinema is by turns funny, uplifting, and poignant, and is easily one of the most relevant Hong Kong films of 2007.

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Joy Sales Fruit Punch (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Fruit Punch (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Popular star Leon Lai leads a cast of singer/actors in Fruit Punch, a modern comedy directed by internationally-recognized filmmaker Clara Law (Autumn Moon, Floating Life). A group of five friends (Leon Lai, Hacken Lee, Remus Choy, Calvin Choy and Edmond So) leavetheir disparate careers in the Hong Kong work force and pool their talents to open their own business. But the going is tough, and soon the business folds. Undaunted, the five friends continue their attempts to make it in the world, and through all of their efforts, successes and failures, they manage to find some part of themselves amidst Hong Kong's fast-paced cosmopolitan culture. Long one of Hong Kong's top actor/singers, Leon Lai is joined in Fruit Punch by singer Hacken Lee, and the trio of Remus Choy, Calvin Choy and Edmond So, who comprise the popular band Grasshopper. Co-starring lovely idol singer Vivian Chow as Leon Lai's girlfriend, this winning look at the lives of Hong Kong youth is a lesser-known, but no less worthy effort from director Clara Law.
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Joy Sales World Travel Series -Spain
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Joy Sales Laughing Times (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Laughing Times (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Before he became the world-renowned godfather of action films, John Woo directed a number of comedies at Cinema City, the first of which was Laughing Times (1980), the inaugural production for the company that went on to rule Hong Kong Cinema in the '80s. Paying homage to Charlie Chaplin, in particular his 1921 silent film The Kid, Woo's poignant period comedy stars Dean Shek as a tramp with a heart of gold in post-war Hong Kong. Stricken with poverty and hunger, the tramp bumps into an orphaned kid (Wong Wai), a poor singer (Wong Sau Man), and a downtrodden drunkard (veteran actor Wu Ma), who have all been taken advantage by a vicious slave trader (Karl Maka, also the producer of the film). It is up to the heroic tramp to save them and defeat the bad guy...
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Joy Sales All The Wrong Spies (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 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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Joy Sales Canopies Up! at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Canopies Up!
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Canopies Up!
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Joy Sales World Travel Series -Germany at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales World Travel Series -Germany
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Joy Sales Murders Made To Order (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Murders Made To Order (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Maggie Siu (PTU, Election) is back for some more Murders Made to Order in this exciting 1993 sequel to the previous year's Sting of the Scorpion. A largely underappreciated entry in the girls-with-guns subgenre, the movie benefits from a gripping performance by Siu as a wrongly disgraced cop committed to a mental institution who becomes a drug addict and an underworld assassin before finally redeeming her name. It's a bit heavy on the melodrama, but the talented Siu sells it well, and she's bolstered by a stellar supporting cast that includes Waise Lee (Bullet in the Head), Fennie Yuen (Swordsman II), and a memorable cameo appearance by Cynthia Khan (the In the Line of Duty series).

Following the tragic events of Sting of the Scorpion, Maggie finds herself stripped of her rank and committed to an insane asylum. The crooked cop who put her there offers to procure her release and reinstatement - if she'll go undercover as a bar hostess to spy on the triads. The whole thing's a setup, of course, and soon Maggie is on the run from the law, as well as nursing a bad heroin addiction. She finds refuge in the criminal underworld, where she accepts a job as an undercover assassin. But when her identity is exposed, Maggie has both sides of the law gunning for her life.

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Joy Sales Heavenly Mission (Double Disc Edition) (Hong Kong Version)
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Coming in a newly designed cover, the Double Disc Edition features making-of, original trailers, deleted scenes, director's commentary, and photo gallery.

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 and bullets 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 Iron Monkey (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version)
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One of the best period kung-fu actioners Hong Kong has to offer, Iron Monkey is produced by Tsui Hark and helmed by renowned filmmaker and action director Yuen Woo Ping (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon). Action greats Donnie Yen (SPL) and Yu Rong Guang (My Father is a Hero) team up and face off in blistering martial arts set pieces. Set in the late 19th-century Canton folklore era of patriotic heroes, evil oppressors, and chest-thumping righteous action, Iron Monkey revolves around the heroic struggles of a patriotic vigilante, folk hero Wong Kei Ying, and his even more famous son Wong Fei Hung, here still an adolescent and played by actress Angie Tsang.

Soft-spoken doctor by day, vigilante Iron Monkey by night, physician Yang (Yu Rong Guang) has the local Qing government up in arms with his Robin Hood-like heroic exploits against the town's corrupt overlords. With the authorities randomly dragging people off the streets on fabricated suspicions, Wong Kei Ying (Donnie Yen) and his son Fei Hung (Angie Tsang), who just rolled into town, are quickly arrested when they display their martial arts prowess. The unscrupulous magistrate holds Fei Hung hostage, and orders Wong Kei Ying to capture Iron Monkey in exchange for his son.

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Joy Sales The Shootout (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Produced by Jackie Chan, The Shootout is an early-nineties action comedy that brings together many stars of past and present Hong Kong films. Popstar Aaron Kwok is Fai, a relatively young, inexperienced cop who accidentally nabs a member of a thievery gang. However, Fai loses his collar when the gang's vicious boss (Elvis Tsui) infiltrates Police HQ to take down his own comrade! Luckily, the cops bring in two "expert" policemen, Lau (Sean Lau Ching Wan) and Ma (Leung Ka Yan) to help nab the bad guys. Helping their investigation is Min (Fennie Yuen), the club singer to whom Fai is attracted AND the girlfriend to the head bad guy. With topnotch police work - and maybe a little luck - the cops regroup in time for a violent finish. Gritty violence and entertaining, over-the-top action highlight The Shootout, but it's the charismatic stars and quick-footed comedy which keep things amusing.
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Joy Sales Love Stories (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Happy Together (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Two of 1980s Hong Kong Cinema's biggest stars, Kenny Bee and Cherie Chung, light up the screen in this charming romantic comedy from 1989. Not to be confused with Wong Kar Wai's later homosexual drama, this Happy Together is an innocuous yet entertaining bit of fluff about the romantic ups and downs of a go-get-em news reporter and a burgeoning business executive whose dynamite physical chemistry may not be enough to overcome their drastically different personality quirks. Also starring popular eye candy Chingmy Yau (Naked Killer) and Vivian Chow (Kung Fu Scholar), Happy Together offers a little something for everyone.

Whenever newsgirl Cherry (Cherie Chung) and up-and-coming businessman Lum (Kenny Bee) meet, the sparks fly - although they're not always romantic sparks! A drunken night of passion gets things off to a rocky start, followed by a series of disastrous encounters that culminate in an unexpected romance. Cherry moves into Lum's apartment, but the honeymoon is quickly over as the pair discover the extent of their incompatibility. Will love overcome all obstacles? Or will it be the death of Cherry and Lum?

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Joy Sales Don't Forget The Promise (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Don't Forget The Promise (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Midnight Whisper (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Hong Kong producer Johnny Mak and scriptwriter Stephen Shiu manage to spin an affecting yarn out of a popular radio program! Directed by Johnny's younger brother Michael Mak (Everlasting Love) and David Lai (Spiritual Love), the 1988 film Midnight Whisper saw the producer who was best known for gritty criminal dramas like Long Arm of the Law try his hand in melodrama territory. It proved to be an interesting experiment, and with acclaimed actress Josephine Koo (Homecoming) and action starlet Moon Lee (Angel) playing the leads as a mother and her daughter, the result was an unexpectedly powerful and emotional film with social relevance. Also, fans of eighties Hong Kong cinema and music should watch out for the appearance of singer/actress Prudence Liew, who had a small role here.

Real life radio personality Bak Wan Kum plays herself as the host of a popular late-night radio call-in program. One day she gets a call from a hapless woman (Josephine Koo), who has had more than her fair share of personal tragedies. After being abused by her husband for years, she finally had enough and filed for divorce. But her mother-in-law sneaked her baby away to Mainland China during the turbulent years of the Cultural Revolution. In order to earn the money necessary to get her teenage daughter (Moon Lee) safely back to Hong Kong, she had to accept to become the mistress of a gang boss... Sensing that the desperate woman shows suicidal tendencies, Bak exerts her influence over the airwaves and calls on the wayward daughter to come back to her mother's side...before it's too late!

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Joy Sales Eagles Over The Gulf
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Joy Sales Tube (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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One man must put his life on the line to stop a speeding subway. A fearsome race begins at 200 km per hour for two hours of white-knuckle Korean action thriller Tube written and directed by Baek Woon Hak in 2003. Jang Do Jun (Kim Suk Hoon), a disgraced former agent, chooses to serve on the subway police squad after a police operation that cost him the love of his life and his trust towards his corrupt supervisor. On the other hand, Kang Ki Taek (Park Sang Min), an ex-government agent out of revenge on his former supervisors, kills the mayor of Seoul and hijacks a subway train full of innocent passengers. An all-out war is inevitable between the subway terrorist holding a city hostage and the detective risking his life to save others in the face of extreme danger in this breath-taking non-stop actioner which cost 7.4 billion won to keep you riveted on your seat.
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Joy Sales Vice Squad 633 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Vice Squad 633 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Happy Union II (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Happy Union II (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Brief Encounter In Shinjuku (Hong Kong Version)
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The hilarious sequel to the 1989 hit The Yuppie Fantasia, Brief Encounter in Shinjuku brings back Lawrence Cheng as a thirty-something Hong Kong yuppie finding misadventures in love and marriage. Leung Foon (Lawrence Cheng) and Ann (Carol "Dodo" Cheng) reunite after the events of The Yuppie Fantasia, but issues still exist. Ann works overtime to be a better wife, and Leung Foon attempts mightily to be a model, upright husband. But being perfect spouses can take its toll, and soon the possibility of infidelity arises for both of them. For Leung Foon, the temptation comes in the form of new office colleague Dream Kwan (Rosamund Kwan), who's got the entire office abuzz with her stunning beauty. Will Ann and Leung Foon decide once and for all that marriage is not for them? Director Gordon Chan brings wry observations and light-hearted comedy to Brief Encounter in Shinjuku, a modern comedy that easily matches, and possibly even surpasses its predecessor!
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Joy Sales The Fellow With Left Thumb Cutoff (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Fellow With Left Thumb Cutoff (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales A Fishy Story (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales A Fishy Story (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Maggie Cheung won her first of many Best Actress Hong Kong Film Awards in A Fishy Story! Directed by and co-starring Anthony Chan, the film tells the tale of aspiring actress Huang (Maggie Cheung), who's trying to achieve fame and fortune in turbulent 1967 Hong Kong. While political unrest sweeps through the territory, Huang uses her looks and charm to romance various wealthy men in hopes of climbing the social ladder. But times are rough for her, just as they are for her neighbor Kung (Kenny Bee), who immediately strikes sparks with the feisty Huang. The two are at odds, but gradually find friendship and quite possibly something more. As romantic and earnestly compelling as any Hollywood romance, A Fishy Story is a lovely little Hong Kong movie that shows off the divine talents of Maggie Cheung as very few films can! With her luminous charm and stunning emotional range, Maggie Cheung would go on to become the most acclaimed actress of her generation, totaling a record five Best Actress Hong Kong Film Awards over the course of just twelve years!
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Joy Sales 49 Days (Hong Kong Version)
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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 Chinese Stories From Afar II - The Chapter Of Iran
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Joy Sales Peking Opera Blues (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Peking Opera Blues (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Tsui Hark directs Peking Opera Blues, an entertaining and lovingly realized period action caper that ranks as one of the key experiences of eighties Hong Kong Cinema! Brigitte Lin is Cao Yan, the daughter of corrupt General Cao (Kenneth Tsang), who secretly plots against her father with a band of Chinese revolutionaries. But her plans to upset the corrupt order are set astray by a variety of unlikely events, all centering around an all-male Peking Opera troupe. Bai Niu (Sally Yeh), the daughter of troupe leader Wu Ma, wants to become an actress, but is denied by male-centric rules. Meanwhile, gold-digging musician Hong (Cherie Chung) shows up in the Peking Opera House chasing a box of jewelry. When General Cao decides to attend a performance at the Opera House, a chain of events is set in motion that simultaneously brings the three women together and even pits them against one another! Heartwarming drama, over-the-top action, charming Peking Opera, and even some screwball comedy combine as the Peking Opera Blues begin!

A virtual pinata of Hong Kong Cinema themes and signifiers, Peking Opera Blues is a dazzling spectacle and a multi-layered movie wonder on more subjects than you could possibly imagine! History, drama, action, romance, comedy, gender roles, loyalty, honor, and just plain entertainment value combine to maximum cinematic effect - and that's just the tip of the iceberg. Peking Opera Blues is must-see Hong Kong Cinema, and quite possibly the defining work of director Tsui Hark.

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Joy Sales Chinese Stories From Afar II - The Chapter Of Chile at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Chinese Stories From Afar II - The Chapter Of Chile
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Joy Sales World Travel Series -France at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
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Joy Sales Wise Guys Never Die (Hong Kong Version) at 48.90 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Wise Guys Never Die (Hong Kong Version)
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Hong Kong's most prolific and unabashedly commercial director Wong Jing, creator of such gambling classics as God of Gamblers and The Conman, closed out 2006 with Wise Guys Never Die, his latest entry into the genre he knows best. This time, Wong appears both in front of and behind the camera, taking on the film's leading role opposite the busy Nick Cheung (Exiled). Cheung himself is no stranger to gambling films as he starred in the Wong Jing-produced The Conman 2002 a few years ago. Like Wong's previous gambling flicks, Wise Guys Never Die pulls out the card tricks, but plays for much more than laughs. Also featuring Johnnie To-regular Eddie Cheung, actress Alice Chan, and newcomer singer Jolie Chan, the film presents a surprisingly dark and tense psychological drama with more than a few twists in store.

Mild-mannered white-collar convict Nick (Nick Cheung) is having a very tough time in prison until he meets affable veteran conman Teddy (Wong Jing), who takes Nick under his wings. Once out of prison, the two become partners in crime, with Teddy patiently teaching Nick the ropes of the trade. As they lay out the plans for conning gambling den boss Dragon (Eddie Cheung), Nick begins to sense that something is amiss, as Teddy seems to be hiding something from him. Meanwhile, Nick also has designs of his own for Teddy's sultry girlfriend (Alice Chan). The stakes are raised with everyone playing a two-faced game, but who will leave the table the winner?

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Joy Sales My Death Project (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales My Death Project (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Mob Sister aka: Ah Sou (DTS Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 48.90 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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Joy Sales Cop Busters (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Cop Busters (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Hong Kong actor-director Danny Lee's popular image of a hard-boiled law enforcer began with a number of cops-and-criminals films he made in the 1980s, both before and behind the camera. After his Best Actor award-winning turn in Law with Two Phases (1984), he directed the comedy Cop Busters (1985), starring Kent Cheng and Wong Ching, the comic duo of Lee's first directorial hit Funny Boys (1982). Cheng and Wong again play inept policemen here, but this time Dog Bear (Cheng) and Big Mouth (Wong) raise hell in the traffic department. Their superior (Yang Kwan) has had enough of their antics, so they get demoted to the towing team. One day, fumbling through their work as usual, the two find a poor little girl left behind by her relative, and they have no choice but to take her in. The girl's aunt Mary (Elaine Kam) comes to bring her back to Canada, but Big Mouth is smitten as soon as he meets Mary...
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Joy Sales Its Sunset Again AKA: Oncemore In The Evening (Hong Kong Version) at 48.90 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Its Sunset Again AKA: Oncemore In The Evening (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Errant Love (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Errant Love (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Heart To Hearts (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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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 Starry Journey II (Chapter 7) - Wong Ken (Thailand Military Training) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Starry Journey II (Chapter 7) - Wong Ken (Thailand Military Training)
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Joy Sales Starry Journey II (Chapter10) - Amanda Lee (Pick Lotus Fruit) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Starry Journey II (Chapter10) - Amanda Lee (Pick Lotus Fruit)
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Joy Sales Flower's Taste - Ambrose Hsu E Idol Drama at 48.90 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Flower's Taste - Ambrose Hsu E Idol Drama
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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 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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Joy Sales The Crazy Chase (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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1981's The Crazy Chase stands at a major crossroads of Hong Kong Cinema. Starring Lau Kar Wing (Legendary Weapons of China) and featuring a host of other familiar faces from the 70s martial arts movie craze, the film's emphasis on comedy of error looks forward to the great kung fu laughfests of the 80s - which were often more comedy than kung fu. This should come as no surprise when one considers The Crazy Chase is an early directorial effort from Eric Tsang, who paid his dues as a bit player in serious martial arts films before becoming one of Hong Kong's most recognizable comedic character actors. All this plus a script by up-and-coming industry giant Wong Jing (Royal Tramp) makes The Crazy Chase truly ahead of the curve in Hong Kong comedy.

Lau stars as Shih, a private eye who's fallen on hard times. Taking a job as a bit player in the movies to make ends meet, Shih impresses the studio head after foiling the attempted theft of a priceless antique during a dinner party. The hapless detective is hired to track down the mastermind behind the botched robbery - who turns out to be none other than the boss's wife, Anna. Shih is completely unaware the culprit is right under his nose, and after being mistaken for Anna's lover, he finds himself targeted for assassination by both the scheming wife and her jealous husband! Meanwhile, the boss's insurance company sends in their own undercover investigator, who infiltrates the studio posing as an out-of-work actress. The stage is soon set for a budding romance between the two detective-dramatists - if they can survive!

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Joy Sales The Association (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Association (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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From Cheng Chang Ho, the director of the cult classics King Boxer and Broken Oath, comes The Association (1974), the tale of an undercover cop trying to bust up an occult prostitution racket. Cheng takes this simple enough premise and runs wild with it, throwing in just about every genre convention imaginable. Blind kung fu masters, satanic rituals, go-go music, and generous amounts of flesh collide in this offbeat adventure that could only be a product of 1970s Hong Kong filmmaking. The film also features several famous faces from the era, including Tien Ni (Golden Lotus, Human Lanterns), Chao Lei (Enchanting Shadow, Madam White Snake), Angela Mao (Lady Whirlwind, Broken Oath), and a young Sammo Hung, who also directed the fight choreography.

While investigating the death of a young girl, Detective Wang stumbles across a shady welfare association that is actually a front for an international prostitution ring. Wang goes undercover in an attempt to nail the ringleader, and receives some unexpected help from a female martial arts master, who's out to avenge her sister's murder at the hands of the association. Wang is grateful for her assistance when their enemies prove to have more than a few kung fu warriors of their own.

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Joy Sales The Bedevilled (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Bedevilled (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Express To Better Vocabulary And Pronunciation Vol. 2B
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Joy Sales The Marigolds (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales The Magnificent Butcher (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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It's a kung-fu fan's dream in The Magnificent Butcher, a dynamite collaboration between martial arts star Sammo Hung and famed action director Yuen Woo Ping (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon). "Butcher" Lam Sai Wing (Sammo Hung) is a mischievous, underachieving student of the legendary Wong Fei Hong (played by legendary Wong Fei Hong actor Kwan Tak Hing). While Fei Hong is away, Sai Wing gets in serious trouble with the locals, so he seeks out the help of Beggar So (Fan Mei Sheng), who teaches Sai Wing the finer points of martial arts domination. What follows is wall-to-wall kung-fu action as Sai Wing takes on wave after wave of bad guys while awaiting his master's return! The Magnificent Butcher features some brilliantly staged Hong Kong style-action, and it's performed with remarkable grace and agility by the incomparable Sammo Hung. Also starring Hong Kong Cinema favorites Yuen Biao, Lam Ching Ying and Chung Fa, The Magnificent Butcher is pound-for-pound some of the most amazing stuff you'll likely to see in a martial arts movie!
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Joy Sales Bullet In The Head (1990) (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version) at 31.10 MYR from YesAsia
Joy Sales Bullet In The Head (1990) (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version)
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Action master John Woo directs Bullet in the Head, a violent, dramatic, and utterly compelling action film set in wartime Vietnam! Ben (Cannes Best Actor winner Tony Leung Chiu Wai), Frank (Jacky Cheung), and Paul (Waise Lee) are three longtime buddies who cruise the Hong Kong streets together circa 1967. But when Ben accidentally kills a rival gang member, the trio of friends decide to leave Hong Kong to make their fortune together...in wartime Vietnam. Entrenched in lawless Saigon, the three find their honor tested, as the twisted reality of a world at war intrudes upon their bonds of childhood brotherhood. Greed, desire, and self-preservation threaten to divide them, and even the best of intentions can go incredibly awry. Ultimately, friend must oppose friend, and a bullet to the head can be the only solution.

Considered John Woo's masterpiece, Bullet in the Head features some of the most powerful, striking images ever seen in a Hong Kong film. At the same time, it possesses Woo's trademark romanticized violence and themes of heroic bloodshed, as well as his penchant for hyper-realistic melodrama. John Woo also delivers standout set pieces, including a harrowing sequence in a Vietnamese prison, and an explosive finale on the streets of Hong Kong. Co-starring Simon Yam as a cool Eurasian assassin, Bullet in the Head is powerful, wrenching, and undeniably affecting Hong Kong filmmaking at its finest!

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Joy Sales A Wily Match (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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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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Joy Sales Doctor's Heart (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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It's St. Elsewhere, Hong Kong style. Medical dramas may never have been as popular as ghost comedies or triad shoot-em-ups with audiences at home or abroad, but Doctor's Heart (1990) comes loaded with appeal for the Hong Kong film enthusiast. The tale of a run-down, corrupt hospital and an idealistic intern (Mark Cheng, Peking Opera Blues) fighting to literally and figuratively clean things up, the movie was co-written by Joe Ma (Feel 100%, Love Undercover) and features one of Michelle Reis's (Fong Sai Yuk, Fallen Angels) first big-screen roles. Also on hand are Simon Yam (PTU, Election) as the villainous head surgeon, stalwart character actor Bill Tung (the Police Story series) and eye-candy favorite Amy Yip (Erotic Ghost Story).

Wong, a young medical intern, has big hopes and dreams, but he gets a harsh dose of reality when confronted with the poor working conditions and even poorer ethics of the hospital where he is assigned to complete his residency. The corrupt doctor who heads up the place doesn't take well to Wong's idealistic efforts to turn things around, much less his interest in the doc's social worker girlfriend, Yueng. Wong soon finds himself undermined at every turn, but refuses to quit his noble crusade, which endears him to the rest of the staff. When Yueng is diagnosed with a brain tumor, the bitter head surgeon refuses to operate. Enlisting the help of some unorthodox practitioners of Chinese medicine, Wong prepares to perform an undercover procedure that will put his medical skills to the ultimate test.

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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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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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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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Mob Sister (a.k.a. Ah Sou) features a star-stud 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 princess Karena Lam collaborates with new actress Annie Liu, selected from thousands of girls during casting, to portray two Mob Sisters who has to join the triad without any choice.

Annie Liu's lack of experience has not become an obstacle to bring to live 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. Experienced male actors have played their parts well in a never-before female-centered Hong Kong triad movie.

Director Wong Ching Po, Best New Director winner in the Hong Kong Film Awards, subverts gangster movies' tradition not only by telling the story from a female point of view, but also by making it a colorful motion picture. He tries to make most of the frames in Mob Sister aesthetically colored. Anthony Wong, Simon Yam, and Alex Fong all take off their black suits and fierce appearances. 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 probably what you would like to get.

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The ups and downs of average Hong Kong residents looking to fulfill their dreams are the focus of director King Hei Lam's Home At Hong Kong. Andy Lau is Alan, who fails as a cosmetics salesman but strikes it rich as an employee of an insurance and real estate company. Meanwhile, factory worker Ah Hung (Isabella Kau Hung Ping) becomes a nightclub singer and pursues her dream of success in the entertainment world. Her boyfriend, construction worker Ah Fai (Lai Hon Taz), dreams of becoming a champion kickboxer, and manages to achieve the first step to his lofty goal. The three Hong Kong people have started to achieve their longed-for dreams, but the world - and Hong Kong - will not hand your dreams over easily. With the promise of success comes the threat of failure, and Hong Kong ultimately can be generous or cruel in deciding a person's destiny. A resonant and emotionally affecting drama, Home At Hong Kong dramatizes the precious and precarious dreams present in every Hong Kong citizen.
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Joy Sales Police Story II (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version)
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As if Hong Kong needed more collateral damage from Jackie Chan, along comes Police Story 2, the follow-up to the immensely successful Police Story! Jackie Chan returns as cop Chan Ka Kui, who's saddled with a trio of problematic plots that would bring even down the toughest guy. Some mad bombers are threatening Hong Kong, so Chan is put on the case to sniff out the bad guys. However, Chan simultaneously must contend with the creeps from the original Police Story, who've returned to annoy him with their smarmy attitudes. AND there's Chan's increasingly grumpy girlfriend May (Maggie Cheung, given a bigger role in this sequel), who's a little sick and tired of playing second-fiddle to drug dealers and mad bombers. Things reach a head in the explosive finale in an abandoned factory, where Chan Ka Kui must fend off three kung-fu fighting foes who are holding May hostage. More action, comedy, and heart-stopping stuntwork are handed to the audience in Police Story 2, a sequel which matches the original's award-winning action choreography with some award-winning stuff of its own! Highlights include a prop-filled fight sequence in a restaurant, and a playground tussle that's choreographed in classic Jackie Chan style. Police Story 2 may be more of the same, but with action like this, it's also more than enough!
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Joy Sales Chao Ju Jing Dian - Da Jiao Fu Ren (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales The Young Dragons (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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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 Express To Better Vocabulary And Pronunciation Vol. 2A
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Express To Better Vocabulary And Pronunciation Vol. 2A
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Starring original action heroine Angela Mao, plus Dorian Tan and perennial bad guy Chan Sing, the 1976 wuxia classic The Himalayan is another intense old-school actioner from the prolific trio of director Huang Feng (Lady Whirlwind, Hapkido), producer Raymond Chow, and stunt director Sammo Hung. The most powerful gang leader in the northern hinterlands, Tsang (Kwan Shan) sends his daughter Ching Lan (Angela Mao) and servant Hui (Dorian Tan) to attend the Tibetan martial arts tournament in hopes that she'll find a husband and successor for the family business. At the tournament, Ching Lan selects Ko Yat Hong (Ling Hon), who hails from a respected martial arts family, but he does not want to marry into the Tsang household. Yat Hong's half-brother Ko Chan (Chan Sing), however, is interested in the marriage proposal, or rather interested in Tsang's wealth and power. Determined to get his pesky brother out of the picture, Ko Chan orders his subordinates to kill Yat Hong, and sends a fake (also Ling Hon) to marry Ching Lan. Once in the lair, Yat Hong begins to unleash his plot to eliminate Tsang and Ching Lan.
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Joy Sales Once Upon A Rainbow (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Produced by Teddy Robin and directed by Ng Siu Kong, the 1982 film Once Upon a Rainbow uses a television studio as background to tell the story of two young women of different fates. Appropriate enough, the film starred television starlets of the time Wong Cho Si and Chong Jing Yee, both of whom have long left the industry, making this film a particularly rare treat. A TVB acting class graduate herself, Wong Cho Si is most remembered as Princess Hua Zheng in Legend of the Condor Heroes. Chong Jing Yee meanwhile, is best known for her starring role in another Felix Wong drama, Soldier of Fortune.

Coming from a broken family, Angel (Wong Cho Si) places all her hopes and dreams on best friend Fong (Chong Jing Yee). Fong is currently taking acting classes at the TV studio that Angel works at, and both of them develop a liking for the same guy. When Angel finds out about Fong's feelings, she backs out of the budding relationship, not wanting Fong to get hurt. Troubled by own her heart and conscience, Angel slowly loses her voice, giving up on herself. On the same day Fong graduates, she receives news that Angel has committed suicide.

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Joy Sales Chao Ju Jing Dian - Di Qing Ping Nan
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Chao Ju Jing Dian - Di Qing Ping Nan
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Naked Comes The Huntress (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Concrete War
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Joy Sales Pandora's Booth (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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The first of three high-definition films produced by Derek Yee (Shinjuku Incident) for Star Chinese Movies, the 2006 film Pandora's Booth revolves around a pair of lovers connected across time through a mysterious telephone booth. Pop stars Kenny Kwan (The Deserted Inn) and Fiona Sit, who collaborated with Yee before in 2 Young, play young lovers whose fates are forever altered by a call from the future. Directed by Albert Mak Kai Kwong (Dummy Mummy Without a Baby), the film also co-stars singer Karen Tong and Wong Hap Hei as Kwan's older self who opens Pandora's Booth.

Electrician Fai (Wong Hap Hei) is married and has a three-year-old daughter, but his relationship with his wife (Karen Tong) is lukewarm at best. One stormy night, he comes across an old-fashioned phone booth that mysteriously connects him to his girlfriend Mei (Fiona Sit), who passed away two decades ago. From that day on, whenever it rains Fai calls Mei at that booth, creating misunderstandings between Mei and Fai's younger self (Kenny Kwan). It was an argument that led to Mei's fatal accident 20 years ago. When Fai realizes what his phone calls have done, he tries to change the past to save Mei, further rewriting the past, present, and future.

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Joy Sales Long Arm of The Law (Part III) (Hong Kong Version)
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Long Arm of The Law (Part III) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Eastern Condors (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version)
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There are very few war-themed Hong Kong films, and fewer yet that deliver the action and drama like Eastern Condor. Produced in the early 90s, Eastern Condor stars a grand trio of veteran action stars - Sammo Hung, Yuen Biao, and Yuen Wah.

Set in the Vietnam War period, a group of Chinese convicts are sent into Vietnam by the US government on a deadly mission in exchange for freedom and monetary reward. The group must locate an abandoned ammunitions dump before the violent Vietcong army, led by Yuen Wah, does. Deep in enemy territory, Sammo Hung and company encounter many dangerous, at times fatal, obstacles, but receive some help from a lethal trio of female guerrilla fighters, including Sammo Hung's real-life wife, Joyce Godenzi.

Packed with fierce and fatalistic action, Eastern Condor hits hard and never relents, thrillingly combining gunplay and martial arts in a brutal war zone where everyone fights but no one wins.

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World Travel Series -Japan
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Joy Sales Silent Love (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Produced by Sammo Hung and directed by David Chiang, the 1986 action drama Silent Love marks the film debut proper of Lau Ching Wan who was a television star at the time. For his first big screen leading role, he stars opposite Season Ma (The Owl Vs. Bombo), who garnered a Best Actress nomination at the Hong Kong Film Awards for her performance. Other familiar faces in the cast and crew include Roy Cheung (Infernal Affairs II), Chen Jing (The Island), and Fan Siu Wong (Story of Ricky), as well as Yuen Wah, here serving as action director. The most famous name in the credits though is of course still David Chiang. As adept behind the camera as he is in front, the Shaw Brothers star started directing the odd film here and there in the 1970s, and especially helmed his fair share in the late 80s and early 90s with titles like When East Meets West (1990), Double Fattiness (1988), and Mr. Handsome (1987).

A ring of deaf and mute pickpockets led by Heung (Season Ma) gather at a fast food restaurant to celebrate the prison release of Panther (Raymond Wong). There they encounter Kelly Mak (Lau Ching Wan), who also recently completed his prison sentence. When a gang comes storming in to settle scores with Heung, she manages to escape thanks to Mak who steps up to fight the gang. This is only the beginning of the many heartwrenching trials Heung and Mak will have to face together.

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Joy Sales Black Cat 2 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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The Black Cat returns with guns a-blazing in Black Cat 2. Again directed by Stephen Shin, this action-packed sequel sees Jade Leung reprising the role that made her famous. Leung's icy cold assassin is a classic character among Hong Kong's girl-with-gun heroines, and she outdoes her work in the original in the action department. Shot completely in Europe, Black Cat 2 also co-stars Robin Shou from Mortal Kombat. After the trials outlined in the first film, Leung's Erica is brought back to CIA headquarters and her memory is wiped, making her even more cold and heartless. When the agency discovers an international terrorist group is planning to assassinate the Russian president, Erica and agent Robin are sent out to stop the assassins, but a trap is already waiting for them.
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Joy Sales The Knot (Hong Kong Version)
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The Knot (Hong Kong Version)

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