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Panorama Forever Yours at 22.20 MYR from YesAsia
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Panorama Flying Swords of Dragon Gate (2011) (Blu-ray) (2D + 3D) (Hong Kong Version) at 146.50 MYR from YesAsia
Panorama Flying Swords of Dragon Gate (2011) (Blu-ray) (2D + 3D) (Hong Kong Version)
RM 146.50
Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame proved that Tsui Hark has come back on sparkling form, and now the visionary Hong Kong filmmaker endeavors to create the first Chinese martial arts film in stunning IMAX 3D! He revisits the film Dragon Inn he produced two decades earlier (itself a remake of the 1967 King Hu wuxia classic), and co-writes, directs, and produces the epic follow-up Flying Swords of Dragon Gate with a revamped story and much more sophisticated production values. Supported by a top-caliber crew including acclaimed director Jacob Cheung (A Battle of Wits), action choreographer Yuen Bun (The Blade), and 3D effects guru Chuck Comisky (Avatar), Tsui manages to advance the genre and bring it to a whole new dimension.

Leading the all-star cast is kung fu icon Jet Li, who joins forces with Tsui for the first time since they collaborated on the legendary Once Upon a Time in China series. His co-stars include Zhou Xun (The Banquet) playing a martial arts heroine, Aloys Chen (Painted Skin) in dual roles, Guey Lun Mei (The Stool Pigeon), Chris Lee (Bodyguards and Assassins), singer Mavis Fan, plus action stars Louis Fan and Gordon Liu. A huge critical and commercial success, Flying Swords of Dragon Gate has swiftly grossed over RMB500 million at the China box office to reach mega-blockbuster status, and garnered heaps of praises at various international film festivals and a whopping 13 nominations at the 31st Hong Kong Film Awards.

During the Ming Dynasty, China was practically ruled by evil eunuchs. In a mission to rescue persecuted officials, righteous swordsman Zhao Huai'an (Jet Li) assassinates the vicious East Chamber commander Wan Yulou (Gordon Liu), thus making himself the prime target of the West Chamber overlord Yu Huatian (Aloys Chen). Zhao and company flee to the vast, sprawling desert on the frontier, and seek refuge at the infamous Dragon Gate Inn, which was rebuilt after being burned down in a blaze three years ago. There, the fugitives come head-to-head with a variety of mysterious figures - swordswoman Ling Yanqiu (Zhou Xun), hunted palace maid Su Huirong (Mavis Fan), a deadly tribal princess (Guey Lun Mei), a pair of bandits (Chris Lee and Aloys Chen), and secret agents from the West Chamber. When Yu Huatian and his henchmen track them down to the inn, everyone's fate will be decided in an earth-shattering showdown amidst the all-devouring sandstorm...

Hong Kong Version 2D+3D Blu-ray comes with 126 minutes of special features, including making-of, behind-the-scenes, cast & crew interviews, trailers, and director's commentary.

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Panorama The Lion Roars 2 (2012) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 97.60 MYR from YesAsia
Panorama The Lion Roars 2 (2012) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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The Lion Roars again after 10 years when director Joe Ma reunites with star Cecilia Cheung for the sequel to the 2002 Hong Kong blockbuster! With a brand new leading man in Mainland comedian Xiao Shenyang (Just Call Me Nobody) and an uproarious new story set in the Three Kingdoms period, the costume romantic comedy also co-stars Xiao Shenyang's mentor Zhao Benshan, Hui Siu Hung, Victor Huang, Zhang Xinyu, and Jarvis Wu.

Ying (Cecilia Cheung) is notorious for her bitchy behaviors and meddling in others' family matters, especially those involving playboys or unfaithful husbands. Worried about her hopes of getting married, Ying's father (Zhao Benshan) decides to match her up with the town's smartest guy, Liang (Xiao Shenyang). After a heated debate on love, Ying and Liang agree to an outrageous wager: If he can remain faithful to her while living under the same roof for a year, the two will be allowed to consummate their marriage! Meanwhile, both the royal descendant Liu (Hui Siu Hung) and the powerful general Sima (Victor Huang) are eager to enlist Liang as their military strategist. When his offer is rejected, the treacherous Sima sends assassins to kill Liang, who barely escapes death thanks to the rescue of Ying. So Liang chooses to join the righteous Liu, and Ying helps him by infiltrating Sima's camp to kidnap his wife (Liu Yuqi). But when she brings her captive back to Liang, she catches him flirting with Liu's gorgeous sister (Zhang Xinyu)! As Ying leaves in heartbreak, she's caught by Sima's henchmen...

The Hong Kong Version Blu-ray contains bonus features in HD: making-of (14 min) and trailer (2 min).

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Panorama Shadows Of Love (2012) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 93.20 MYR from YesAsia
Panorama Shadows Of Love (2012) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Cecilia Cheung (Failan) takes on a challenging dual role in Shadows of Love opposite Korean actor Kwon Sang Woo (Pain) in his first Chinese film production. Produced by renowned filmmaker Stanley Kwan (Center Stage), director Calvin Poon's (Hi, Fidelity) latest also features two Taiwan-Mainland pairings in its romantic subplots. Singer Angela Chang (10+10) co-stars with rising star Jing Boran (Love in Space) as lovers on the run in a wartime period setting, while starlet Jing Tian (The Warring States) meets model Sphinx Ting, in his big-screen debut, to add a comedic touch.

After the mysterious disappearance of the Ke Group heiress Paris (Cecilia Cheung), her lover and Group CEO Quan Zhengxun (Kwon Sang Woo) hatches a plan to protect her interests - by putting a girl that looks exactly like her in her place, until he finds her back. So he hires the good-hearted floral shop girl Qin Xin (Cecilia Cheung) and arranges for her to receive thorough training to look the part as the arrogant heiress. But when Zhengxun finds himself falling in love with the substitute, the real Paris suddenly comes back, while her power-hungry uncle is waiting for the chance to expose Qin Xin as a fake and take advantage of the situation...

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Panorama Sammy 2 (2012) (Blu-ray) (2D + 3D) (Hong Kong Version) at 71.00 MYR from YesAsia
Panorama Sammy 2 (2012) (Blu-ray) (2D + 3D) (Hong Kong Version)
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Sammy 2 (2012) (Blu-ray) (2D + 3D) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Les Aventures d'Anthony (2015) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 35.50 MYR from YesAsia
Panorama Les Aventures d'Anthony (2015) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Directed by Janet Chun (La Lingerie) and produced by Zhou Xun, the wistful romantic drama Les Aventures d'Anthony follows three formative years in the life of a young man abroad. Model-turned-actor Liu Chang takes on the title role of Anthony who moves from Dalian to Melbourne, while his girlfriend Xiao Ying, played by box office queen Bai Baihe (Monster Hunt), goes to Japan to pursue her dreams. In Melbourne, Anthony studies cooking and makes new friends. In Tokyo, Xiao Ying also encounters new people and experiences of her own. As the days pass by, the two miss each other greatly, but before they realize it, their lives have already headed in different directions. Based on a best-selling novel, Les Aventures d'Anthony employs fanciful details to depict the realistic bittersweet journey of young people trying to make sense of their hearts and lives as they transition into adulthood.
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Panorama A Bride for Rip Van Winkle (2016) (Blu-ray) (Director's Cut) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 137.60 MYR from YesAsia
Panorama A Bride for Rip Van Winkle (2016) (Blu-ray) (Director's Cut) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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Over the past decade, Iwai Shunji has departed from his original style to expand his repertoire to documentaries, animation and English-language efforts. The auteur finally returns to the filmmaking style and themes that first made him famous in the long-awaited A Bride for Rip Van Winkle. Starring award-winning actress Kuroki Haru (The Little House), Ayano Go (Shinjuku Swan) and singer Cocco (Kotoko), Iwai's first Japanese live-action narrative feature in 12 years is adapted from his own novel about a lonely young woman who is shaken awake from her placid life and thrown into a journey guided by her yearning to make a connection.

Timid part-time teacher Nanami (Kuroki Haru) has little going on for her in life besides spending too much time on her favorite online network. Through social media, she meets Tetsuya (Jibiki Go), and the two begin dating and quickly get engaged. Uneasy about her lack of guests to invite to the wedding, Nanami seeks the help of online fixer Amuro (Ayano Go) to hire extras to pose as relatives. Soon after the wedding, she begins to suspect that her husband is having an affair, but her mother-in-law accuses her first of cheating. Her marriage broken, Nanami suddenly finds herself without a husband or a job, but Amuro is again on hand to arrange odd jobs for her. Nanami eventually takes up a job as a live-in maid at a strange unoccupied mansion where she develops a close bond with fellow housekeeper Mashiro (Cocco).

This edition comes with the 179-minute Director's Cut of the film and a 12-minute Iwai Shunji interview (English subtitled). It also comes with two postcards and an owl origami.

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Panorama Ten Years (2015) (DVD Boxset) (Hong Kong Version) at 217.50 MYR from YesAsia
Panorama Ten Years (2015) (DVD Boxset) (Hong Kong Version)
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Winner of Best Film at the 35th Hong Kong Film Awards, the controversial 2015 indie omnibus Ten Years imagines the state of Hong Kong ten years later. Composed of five shorts by up-and-coming directors, the politically sensitive anthology offers a dystopian vision of the city in 2025. Addressing local issues and concerns that ring especially relevant in the post-Occupy climate, Ten Years turned into a surprise hit in Hong Kong through strong word of mouth.

In "Extras," two low-level gangsters are hired to shoot political party leaders in order to incite panic and stoke support for security legislation. In "Season of the End," two researchers futilely preserve relics of Hong Kong's past in a dilapidated building, with one offering himself up as the final specimen. In "Dialect," a Cantonese-speaking taxi driver struggles to make a living as Mandarin becomes increasingly prevalent in the work space. In "Self-Immolator," an unidentified person commits self-immolation outside the British embassy, and media coverage speculates connection to the recent death in prison of a prominent independence activist. In "Local Egg," a grocery store owner rues the closing of Hong Kong's last chicken farm and worries about his son's participation in a youth guard that keeps tabs on local shops.

This edition comes with a book about Ten Years.

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Panorama Commitment (Hong Kong Version) (Give-away Version) at 53.20 MYR from YesAsia
Panorama Commitment (Hong Kong Version) (Give-away Version)
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Following well-received appearances in Iris and 71 - Into the Fire, Big Bang's T.O.P takes on his first leading film role in the action-packed espionage thriller Commitment. The K-pop superstar plays an intense North Korean agent sent on a secret mission to the South, while popular teenage actress Kim Yoo Jung (The Moon That Embraces the Sun) is the younger sister for whom he will go to all lengths to protect. Also co-starring Han Ye Ri (As One), Jo Sung Ha (Helpless) and Yoon Je Moon (Fists of Legend), Commitment marks the directorial debut of Park Hong Soo, who assisted on Jang Hoon's The Front Line and Secret Reunion.

North Korean youth Ri Myung Hoon (T.O.P) and his younger sister Hye In (Kim Yoo Jung) have been consigned to labor camp since their father (Park Sung Woong) was killed in the South and branded a traitor. To clear the black mark on his family, Myung Hoon accepts an offer from army officer Moon (Jo Sung Ha) to become a spy. After a long journey, he arrives in South Korea as a defector and takes on the cover of a high school student. Myung Hoon adapts to life in South Korea while carrying out Moon's secret orders. A major shift in the Pyongyang power struggle, however, leads to bloody fallouts in the South among agents from rival factions. Covers are blown and lives and loyalties upturned as Myung Hoon fights to complete his mission and save his sister.

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Panorama McDull - Rise of The Rice Cooker (2016) (Blu-ray) (Gift Set) (Hong Kong Version) at 128.70 MYR from YesAsia
Panorama McDull - Rise of The Rice Cooker (2016) (Blu-ray) (Gift Set) (Hong Kong Version)
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The hero we need has arrived! Hong Kong's beloved animated piglet McDull takes on his biggest challenge yet: defending humanity from an alien invasion. Directed per usual by McDull creator Brian Tse, McDull, Rise of the Rice Cooker, the trippy seventh film of the series, adds kaiju, mecha and superhero elements to the amusing, punny adventures of a kindergarten-aged pig whose big heart makes up for his lack of smarts.

One day, a monster from outer space suddenly lands on earth and begins trampling through the city, wreaking great havoc and destruction before flying off. Not even intergalactic superhero Spamerman can defeat the giant invader. With the monster likely to return at any moment, global leaders call for the creation of a giant robot superhero that can defend earth from the monster. Young McDull, who lives with his supportive, resourceful mother (voiced by Sandra Ng) on a fishing island, submits a mecha design to the open competition. Unexpectedly, his humble Risopot robot with a rice-cooker head gets selected as a finalist. With the weight of the world on his shoulders, McDull enlists the help of his school principal (voiced by Anthony Wong) and pours his heart into creating a mecha superhero based on household appliances.

This edition comes with a notebook and a random memo pad.

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Panorama May We Chat (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 99.90 MYR from YesAsia
Panorama May We Chat (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Thirty years ago, a movie called Lonely Fifteen (a.k.a. Fish Ball Girls) shocked Hong Kong with its brutally honest look at troubled teenagers. Now, the story continues with a new generation of Hong Kong girls in May We Chat. Written and directed by the Golden Horse Award-nominated Philip Yung (Port of Call), the film tells the story of three girls from different backgrounds, who for a variety of reasons have all fallen into compensated dating, and features appearances by Lonely Fifteen stars Irene Wan and Robert Mak.

Yat Kei (Rainky Wai) is a deaf teenager who lives with her grandmother. Wai Wai (Heidi Lee) comes from a poor family and must shoulder the burden of taking care of her addict mother and young sister. Yan (Kabby Hui) hails from a wealthy family. Life holds little excitement for her, until the day she finds her first love or so she thinks. These three girls have all fallen into the world of compensated dating, but, having forged a strong friendship via social networking, they can count on each other through thick and thin. So when Yan mysteriously disappears, Yat Kei and Wai Wai immediately resolve to find her, no matter what it takes.

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Panorama Lost in Wrestling (2014) (Blu-ray) (2D + 3D) (Hong Kong Version) at 93.20 MYR from YesAsia
Panorama Lost in Wrestling (2014) (Blu-ray) (2D + 3D) (Hong Kong Version)
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Directed by Casey Chan (I Love You, Mom), the oddball sports drama Lost in Wrestling strikes a winning formula with its eclectic cast, strange yet earnest story and kitschy, throwback vibe. Mongolian wrestler Naren (Zhao Ke, Love in Time) heads to Osaka to participate in a tournament and to look for her childhood friend Chinasi who disappeared to Japan years ago. In Japan, she meets Japanese wrestler Kazuko (Watanabe Naoko, Nude) and Hong Kong girl Riri (Li Fei'er, Chongqing Blues), who ran away from home. She also encounters Chinasi, now a reflexologist going by the name Ruonan (William Chan, Triad) who has no intentions of returning to Mongolia. At the behest of the tournament's mysteriously manic masked host "Boss," Naren, Kazuko and Riri form a wrestling team, but then the competition suddenly gets changed to mud wrestling.
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Panorama Mortician (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 93.20 MYR from YesAsia
Panorama Mortician (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Mortician is a heartfelt story about life and death wrapped in the package of a horror comedy produced by Man Cheun and director Cub Qian ( Lost on Journey, A Happy Chinese New Year). The film revolves around a timid mortician who lost his ability to laugh, but in his line of work he encounters kindhearted yet odd people who help him become a better person and overcome his childhood fears.

Due to injuries to his nerve system, orphan Siu Bo (Bao Bei'er) lost his ability to laugh when he was young. Feeling guilty for what happened, his uncle Qing Song (Kim Chim) arranges a position for him in a funeral home in the city. Haunted by what he sees every night there, he braves his fears with the support of his uncle who always reminds him of the meaning of their work for the deceased. Along the way, he also finds a way to cope with death when it finally knocks on his door.

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Panorama Flirting Scholar 2 (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 95.40 MYR from YesAsia
Panorama Flirting Scholar 2 (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
RM 95.40
Hong Kong's top comedy filmmaker Lee Lik Chi is back in the director's chair, helming the long-awaited follow-up to his classic laughfest Flirting Scholar, the 1993 Stephen Chow blockbuster that grossed over HK$40 million at the box office. Since Chow was not available for a second outing, the over-the-top costume comedy casts popular actor Huang Xiaoming as a younger and perhaps, in a way, more comical Tong Bak Fu. Huang leads a stellar cast that includes acclaimed actress Zhang Jingchu, Taiwan star Richie Jen, Mainland comedian Zhou Libo, as well as returning cast members Nat Chan, Kingdom Yuen, Joey Leung, Mimi Chu, and Stephen Chow regulars Lam Tze Chung and Tin Kai Man.

In the prequel to Flirting Scholar, Tong Bak Fu (Huang Xiaoming) and his poetically vulgar buddies Tsui Ching Hing (Richie Jen), Chuk Chi Shan (Nat Chan), and Man Ching Ming (Zhou Libo) - known collectively as the "Four Bad Boys" - get into troubles wherever they go. Tong's mother decides to send him to a famous boarding school to study, and makes him swear never to use his extraordinary kung fu skills again. Thinking that it means freedom for him, Tong happily obliges. Once there, he falls instantly for the gorgeous Cin Cin (Zhang Jingchu), unaware of the mysterious events that await him...

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Panorama The Counterfeiters (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 79.90 MYR from YesAsia
Panorama The Counterfeiters (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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The Counterfeiters (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Wasao (2011) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 84.30 MYR from YesAsia
Panorama Wasao (2011) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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The heartwarming true story of the dog that touched the hearts of the Japanese people reaches the big screen with Wasao. See how the adorable Akita - popular for being so ugly that he's cute - became an UNESCO-recognized tourism ambassador. Writer Kobayashi Hirotoshi and director Nishikori Yoshinari (the team behind Railways) traces the life of Wasao from his days as an abandoned puppy to growing up under the loving care of a restaurant owner, played by Yakushimaru Hiroko (Always - Sunset on Third Street).

The story of the Akita named Wasao begins in Tokyo, when he was loved by the family's youngest child Akira. However, when tragedy strikes, the family goes against Akira's wishes and abandons the puppy. Eventually, the puppy finds his way to a coastal town in Aomori Prefecture, where he meets kind restaurant owner Setsuko (Yakushimaru Hiroko). Years later, Setsuko and her loyal customers finally win the trust of the dog, now all grown up and given the name Wasao (played by the real-life Wasao).

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Panorama Flying Swords of Dragon Gate (2011) (Blu-ray) (Single Disc Edition) (Hong Kong Version) at 93.20 MYR from YesAsia
Panorama Flying Swords of Dragon Gate (2011) (Blu-ray) (Single Disc Edition) (Hong Kong Version)
RM 93.20
Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame proved that Tsui Hark has come back on sparkling form, and now the visionary Hong Kong filmmaker endeavors to create the first Chinese martial arts film in stunning IMAX 3D! He revisits the film Dragon Inn he produced two decades earlier (itself a remake of the 1967 King Hu wuxia classic), and co-writes, directs, and produces the epic follow-up Flying Swords of Dragon Gate with a revamped story and much more sophisticated production values. Supported by a top-caliber crew including acclaimed director Jacob Cheung (A Battle of Wits), action choreographer Yuen Bun (The Blade), and 3D effects guru Chuck Comisky (Avatar), Tsui manages to advance the genre and bring it to a whole new dimension.

Leading the all-star cast is kung fu icon Jet Li, who joins forces with Tsui for the first time since they collaborated on the legendary Once Upon a Time in China series. His co-stars include Zhou Xun (The Banquet) playing a martial arts heroine, Aloys Chen (Painted Skin) in dual roles, Guey Lun Mei (The Stool Pigeon), Chris Lee (Bodyguards and Assassins), singer Mavis Fan, plus action stars Louis Fan and Gordon Liu. A huge critical and commercial success, Flying Swords of Dragon Gate has swiftly grossed over RMB500 million at the China box office to reach mega-blockbuster status, and garnered heaps of praises at various international film festivals and a whopping 13 nominations at the 31st Hong Kong Film Awards.

During the Ming Dynasty, China was practically ruled by evil eunuchs. In a mission to rescue persecuted officials, righteous swordsman Zhao Huai'an (Jet Li) assassinates the vicious East Chamber commander Wan Yulou (Gordon Liu), thus making himself the prime target of the West Chamber overlord Yu Huatian (Aloys Chen). Zhao and company flee to the vast, sprawling desert on the frontier, and seek refuge at the infamous Dragon Gate Inn, which was rebuilt after being burned down in a blaze three years ago. There, the fugitives come head-to-head with a variety of mysterious figures - swordswoman Ling Yanqiu (Zhou Xun), hunted palace maid Su Huirong (Mavis Fan), a deadly tribal princess (Guey Lun Mei), a pair of bandits (Chris Lee and Aloys Chen), and secret agents from the West Chamber. When Yu Huatian and his henchmen track them down to the inn, everyone's fate will be decided in an earth-shattering showdown amidst the all-devouring sandstorm...

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Panorama Election 2 (2006) (Blu-ray) (Single Disc Edition) (Hong Kong Version) at 146.50 MYR from YesAsia
Panorama Election 2 (2006) (Blu-ray) (Single Disc Edition) (Hong Kong Version)
RM 146.50
Johnnie To's Election was a major box-office success and a multiple winner at the Hong Kong Film Awards. The momentum carries on in Election 2, an effective sequel to the original film, which expands upon the plot and, more importantly, the themes of the original. Like Election, Election 2 centers on a power struggle between two triad leaders. Simon Yam reprises his role as Lok, the ambitious Wo Sing chairperson in Election. In the sequel he seeks a second term of office, a feat never before attempted in the gang. His opponent, instead of coming from his peers like in Election, is the rising young triad leader Jimmy, played by Louis Koo. The astounding storytelling and visually powerful sequences expose the darker side of human nature during their power struggle, in a style that no one can do better than HK's genre film master Johnnie To.

It has been two years since Lok (Simon Yam) quite literally beat Big D to head the Wo Sing triad, and now is the time for another round of elections. The two-year term cannot satisfy Lok's greed for power, and he attempts to violate the gang's rules and seek a second term. Nick Cheung and Gordon Lam return as the Wo Sing members who have also shown interest in the chairman's seat, while Lam Suet and Eddie Cheung are triads who seem content with what they have. Jimmy (Louis Koo), the up-and-coming triad entrepreneur is too involved in his pirate VCD business to run for office. But the influential Uncles, led by Deng (Wong Tin Lam), want to groom him, and Jimmy soon finds out that chairman status is essential for expanding his business on the Mainland.

In Election 2, Johnnie To has made his political references even more explicit than in the first film. Those who have stayed in touch with Hong Kong's political news will find much amusement in the film's denouement. But even those who have not will find much to delight them in To's sharp and witty observations on Hong Kong's election system.

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Panorama Election (2005) (Blu-ray) (Single Disc Edition) (Hong Kong Version) at 146.50 MYR from YesAsia
Panorama Election (2005) (Blu-ray) (Single Disc Edition) (Hong Kong Version)
RM 146.50
Johnnie To offers a very different take on the Hong Kong triad genre in Election. Simon Yam Tat Wah and Tony Leung Ka Fai portray two triad leaders who struggle with each other to head the Wo Sing Society. The film never romanticizes triad leaders as heroes (like the Young and Dangerous series), nor condemns them as criminals, but offers an extremely realistic portrayal of gangsters as human beings.

Apart from the two superstars Simon Yam and Tony Leung as potential Chairpersons Big D and Lok respectively, the film also has Louis Koo playing the young, brilliant, and college-educated rising star in the triad. Veteran Wong Tin Lam is the influential senior triad member Uncle Teng. Well-experienced actors including Nick Cheung, Eddie Cheung, Lam Suet, and Gordon Lam, who has excelled in many other Johnnie To movies, vividly portray other gangsters in the film, and Maggie Shiu is Tony Leung's wife.

The film title Election already spells out the plot: it follows the Chairman selection process in the Wo Sing Society. The film opens with the ceremonial rituals of the Chairman's inauguration, which reminds us of the Society's origin being a centuries-old institution once with a virtuous aim of overthrowing tyranny. Ironically, while the head of the Wo Sing Society is still elected by senior triad members nowadays, the temperamental Big D (Tong Leung) and the calculating Lok (Simon Yam) both attempt to beat their competitors by all means, including bribing the seniors and bullying the opponents.

The intervention from the police and Uncle Teng (Wong Tin Lam), and the conflicts and cooperation among the junior triad members, etc, lead to complicated politics and, undoubtedly, fierce fights as well. Even without a single gunshot, the film still contains plenty of spectacular actions alongside in-depth depiction of human nature during power struggle. Johnnie To enriches the film with a political allusion to the present day Hong Kong, making this excellent title more than just another triad movie.

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Panorama A Simple Life (2011) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 137.60 MYR from YesAsia
Panorama A Simple Life (2011) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
RM 137.60
Renowned Hong Kong director Ann Hui (Summer Snow) has perhaps made the crowning achievement of her marvelous career with A Simple Life, a crowd-pleasing human drama that quietly tugs at viewers' heartstrings with its restrained sentiments and delicately drawn characters. A solemn yet humorous exploration of seniority, the film tells a bittersweet story revolving around the lives of elderly maid Sister Tao and her master, played respectively by veteran actress Deanie Ip and superstar Andy Lau, whose past screen collaborations serve to inspire enormous chemistry between their characters. Their impeccable performances have earned numerous prestigious prizes for the film, including Best Actress at the Venice Film Festival, Best Director, Actor, and Actress at the Golden Horse Awards, and the rare feat of the Big Five (Best Film, Director, Screenplay, Actor, and Actress) at the Hong Kong Film Awards.

Based on the true story of producer Roger Lee, A Simple Life also features a number of famous stars and filmmakers in supporting or cameo roles, including Qin Hailu, Anthony Wong, Paul Chun, Chapman To, and Sammo Hung, among many others. Sister Tao (Deanie Ip) has served five generations of the Leung family since she was thirteen. Today, at over seventy years old, she continues to take care of Roger (Andy Lau), the only member of the family left in Hong Kong. After suffering a stroke at home one day, Tao realizes it's about time she retired, so she asks Roger to find her a nursing home for rehabilitation. Tao struggles to adjust to the strange new environment as well as her eccentric fellow inmates, but Roger is there to care for this mother figure who has devoted her life to his.

Hong Kong Version Blu-ray comes with film trailers, making-of, deleted scenes, and director and stars interviews.

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Panorama Lucky Number Slevin (2006) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 95.40 MYR from YesAsia
Panorama Lucky Number Slevin (2006) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
RM 95.40
Lucky Number Slevin (2006) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama My Wife Is A Gangster 3 (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 111.00 MYR from YesAsia
Panorama My Wife Is A Gangster 3 (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
RM 111.00
Taiwanese actress Shu Qi leads the cast of the highly anticipated action comedy My Wife is a Gangster 3. Released in 2001, the first My Wife is a Gangster, starring Shin Eun Kyung as a tough female gang leader, was a big hit in Korea, selling over five million tickets. Shin reprised her role for the sequel, My Wife is a Gangster 2, but the film failed to take off at the box office despite a high-profile cameo appearance by Zhang Ziyi. The series was originally meant to continue with Shin and Zhang facing off in a third film, but both actresses eventually opted out, paving the way for a franchise facelift and a much needed narrative kick.

My Wife is a Gangster 3 now features a completely new story with a completely new cast. Shu Qi steps into the lead role opposite the always interesting Lee Bum Soo (The City of Violence) and a solid supporting cast, including Oh Ji Ho (Super Rookie), Shaw Brothers actor Ti Lung, Hong Kong action film regular Ken Lo, and actress Hyun Young (The Legend of Seven Cutter) who provides much of the film's laughs. Director Cho Jin Kyo, who also helmed the first installment of the series, approaches the story and his international cast with a refreshing new formula this time around, modeling My Wife is a Gangster 3 into a Roman Holiday action comedy.

Chinese-Korean Lim Aryong (Shu Qi) gets sent to South Korea to lay low by her triad leader father (Ti Lung) who is engaged in a bloody power struggle in Hong Kong. In Korea, Aryong meets kindhearted gangster Ki Chul (Lee Bum Soo) who, unaware of her identity, tries to protect her from the legions of thugs hunting her down. Little does he realize, Aryong is more than capable of defending herself.

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Panorama The Hidden Blade (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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From director Yamada Yoji (The Twilight Samurai) comes The Hidden Blade (a.k.a. Kakushi Ken Oni no Tsume), another loving depiction of the bygone days of samurai heroism. Nagase Masatoshi (Shark Skin Man & Peach Hip Girl, Pistol Opera) stars as a samurai, whose adherence to his code of honor is tested by the forces around him. It is mid-nineteenth century Japan, and the way of the samurai is fading, as Western influences and corruption are slowly taking hold in Japan.

Samurai Katagiri Munezo (Nagase Masatoshi) rescues a woman (Matsu Takako) who's being abused in her married life, but as a silent romance blossoms between them, his corrupt superiors challenge his honor. When the clan orders Katagiri to kill a fellow samurai fallen to corruption, can this man of honor - who has never killed - complete his duty? Like in The Twilight Samurai, Yamada Yoji explores complex themes in his depiction of the simple, yet conflicted life of a man following the strictest moral code. Full of fascinating detail and sublime humanity, The Hidden Blade is a marvelously-realized film that represents the best of what current Japanese cinema has to offer.

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Panorama Mr 3 Minutes (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Mr. 3 Minutes reunites director Gordon Chan (A1 Headline) and singer-turned-actor Ronald Cheng (Fatal Contact, Dragon Loaded) after Undercover Hidden Dragon. Co-starring veteran actress Teresa Mo (Man Suddenly in Black series) and Cherrie Ying who has worked with Ronald in various comedies, Mr. 3 Minutes promises to bring about laughter as well as reflections on father-son relationships. Apart from hilarious scenarios in which Ronald Cheng really excels with his comedic talent, the film also features some touching yet not overly melodramatic moments.

Ronald Cheng is the 30-year-old Scott Chung, son of a wealthy businessman who runs a bridal salon. Bearing in mind his motto, "work hard, play hard", Scott swears that he will never get married, not to mention having children. To his surprise, 6-year-old Wing Yin suddenly calls him "Daddy" in public! While Scott cannot prove him to be his son, he cannot prove otherwise either. So he decides to apply his efficiency at work - getting each task done in 3 minutes - to taking care of Wing Ying by spending only 3 minutes with him everyday. But he soon feels upset when Wing Ying can communicate with every one except him...

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Panorama Liar Game: The Final Stage (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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Based on the comic series by Kaitani Shinobu, the 2007 television drama adaptation of Liar Game was such a surprise hit in its late-night slot that it earned Fuji TV's commitment for both a second series and a theatrical film. Stars Toda Erika (Death Note) and Matsuda Shota (Hana Yori Dango) return as the master players of a never-ending game that pits players in battles of deception with intricate rules and simple consequences: money for the winner, and a mountain of debt for the loser. Along with the stars, series one writer Furuya Osho also returns to join forces with series two writer Kuroiwa Tsutomu and pen the final chapter of the saga. With the mind-twisting game reaching its finale, it's no surprise that The Final Stage is also the game's biggest stage yet.

The Final Stage continues the story from the end of the series two, as college student Nao (Toda Erika) and her brilliant swindler partner Akiyama (Matsuda Shota) enter the final round of mysterious corporation LGT's Liar Game. Dubbed "The Garden of Eden Game", the stakes are higher than ever in the final round, as the prize money has been increased from 100 million yen to 5 billion yen. Like the previous games, the winner takes the money home, and the loser is sent into debt for the same amount. With the mysterious and powerful Player X entering as one of the 11 players in the game, even Akiyama may not be able to help Nao win this time around.

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Panorama End Of Love (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Screened at the Berlin International Film Festival and the Hong Kong International Film Festival, End of Love is the latest film from independent filmmaker Simon Chung (Innocent). Using a cast of mostly new faces including Lee Chi Kin, Guthrie Yip, and Ben Yeung, the film tells a poignant story of deception and betrayal in love while painting a realistic picture of life in the homosexual circle in Hong Kong.

The story of End of Love revolves around Ming (Lee Chi Kin), a rebellious young man whose life hit rock bottom when his mother committed suicide after finding out that he is gay. He desperately tries to bury the guilt in a life of drug and sex, much to the chagrin of his boyfriend, who calls the authorities in an attempt to pull him out of his nightmare. Ming is sent to a Christian rehab center where he meets an ex-inmate, and the two engage in an ambiguous relationship...

The Hong Kong Version Blu-ray comes with a short film from the director plus cast and crew interviews.

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Panorama Memoirs Of A Teenage Amnesiac (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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American director Hans Canosa (Conversations with Other Women) gives Gabrielle Zevin's novel Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac a new Japanese setting with a cast of America's and Japan's hottest young actors. Horikita Maki (the Always series, Hanazakari no Kimitachi e) stars as a high school girl stuck in the middle of a complicated romantic web with three men vying for her love. When the three men are played by Matsuyama Kenichi (Death Note), Tegoshi Yuya (of NEWS), and Anton Yelchin (Star Trek, Terminator: Salvation), it's no wonder that the choice is so difficult. Featuring an attractive cast and Hollywood production values, Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac is a bittersweet love story for young romantics everywhere.

Naomi (Horikita Maki) is just another teenage girl at a Tokyo international school. One day, she takes a nasty spill down a staircase and ends up losing her memory of the last four years of her life. However, she does have flashbacks of a boy kissing her, even though she can't put a face on the figure. Is it her boyfriend Ace (Anton Yelchin)? Maybe it's her best friend Mirai (Tegoshi Yuya)? Or is it the mysterious Yuji (Matsuyama Kenichi)? Perhaps the past doesn't really matter when she can't even figure out who she loves now.

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Panorama Just Call Me Nobody (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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"I want Nobody, Nobody but you!"...Everybody sings in chorus to Just Call Me Nobody, whose stars are actually anything but! Arguably the most popular comedy duo in China, Zhao Benshan and his disciple Xiaoshenyang headline the costume comedy megahit that grossed around RMB160 million at the Mainland box office. Zhao also takes on producing duties for the laughfest helmed by Taiwan movie hitmaker Chu Yen Ping (Kung Fu Dunk), which is Xiaoshenyang's second starring vehicle after Zhang Yimou's A Simple Noodle Story. The China-Taiwan co-production boasts a host of other big names in its stellar cast, including Kelly Lin, Benny Chen, comedy veterans Jacky Wu, Eric Tsang, Wong Yat Fei, and Leung Ka Yan, plus TV child actor Xiao Xiao Bin in his movie debut. Audiences should also delight in the fact that the film's hilarious martial arts mayhem is the work of renowned action director Ching Siu Tung.

Xiaoshenyang plays young shoemaker Wu Di, who grows up a martial arts comic book geek but totally uninitiated in real martial arts. Dreaming of watching a spectacular duel between the best kung fu fighters in the world, he sets off on an adventure in the treacherous martial world, unaware that he would one day become the master of all kung fu masters! On his eventful journey, Wu Di encounters a variety of peculiar characters, including a Jedi pirate (Zhao Benshan), a blind swordsman (Eric Tsang), a kung fu hermit (Jacky Wu), the emperor (Benny Chen), and the princess (Kelly Lin) who becomes our hero's love interest.

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Panorama Space Battleship Yamato (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
RM 93.20
The landmark 1974 animated series Space Battleship Yamato finally gets a live-action treatment nearly four decades after its premiere, and what better director to take that job than Yamazaki Takashi? A leading special effects wizard before becoming a filmmaker, Yamazaki has made a successful career out of seamlessly combining computer-generated spectacle and genuinely touching human drama in films like the Always - Sunset on Third Street series and Ballad. In addition to directing, Yamazaki also oversaw the groundbreaking computer-generated special effects, which is featured in 80% of the film to convincingly bring the Yamato world to life.

Leading the epic space adventure is SMAP member/Asian superstar Kimura Takuya (Hero) as the heroic Kodai Susumu, who commands the titular space battleship into a war against a powerful enemy in outer space. Joining Kimura is a star-studded cast that includes Kuroki Meisa (Crows Zero), Yanagiba Toshiro (Bayside Shakedown), Nishida Toshiyuki (The Magic Hour), Maiko (Yama no Anata), Yamazaki Tsutomu (Departures), and Ikeuchi Hiroyuki (Ip Man). One of the highest-grossing Japanese films of 2010, Space Battleship Yamato is an exciting sci-fi spectacular for audiences of all ages!

In the year 2199, Earth has become a wasteland after five years of radiation attacks from an unseen alien enemy called the Gamilons. Even though survivors have remained safe under ground, the radiation is slowly beginning to reach them. One of the survivors is Kodai Susumu (Kimura Takuya), who picks up a mysterious device one day while hunting for scrap metal. After discovering a map to a planet inside the device, the military sends out its last battleship - the Yamato - to the planet in the hopes that it'll be the key to save humanity. Kodai, a former soldier himself, joins the Yamato crew and quickly proves to be a worthy team member. With only a year left before the end of Earth, what will the Yamato crew find at the end of their long and perilous journey?

This edition includes making of and stage events. It also comes with a notebook.

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Panorama Sex And Zen Special Collection (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 239.70 MYR from YesAsia
Panorama Sex And Zen Special Collection (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
RM 239.70
The Sex and Zen Special Collection includes both the original Sex and Zen movie (1991) and the new adaptation Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy (2011) on English-subtitled Blu-ray.

Sex and Zen

Sex and Zen is, simply put, one of the most unbelievable movies ever put to film. Lawrence Ng stars as a randy scholar who challenges tradition by attempting enlightenment via the unscrupulous ravishing of as many women as is humanly possible. This desire occurs despite being married to his delectable wife, played by famously top-heavy Hong Kong Cinema starlet Amy Yip. But the quest to become the ultimate player comes with necessary enhancements, namely a horse's member in place of the scholar's, uh, laughably small endowment. Thanks to a quack doctor, the scholar gets the necessary surgical help to experience life as a well-hung guy. But does such carnal pleasure come with a price?

Based on a seventeenth century novel titled "The Carnal Prayer", this raunchy, raucous romp is the perfect midnight film for consenting adults looking for something very, very off the wall. Sex is played for laughs as much as it is for titillation, resulting in many unbelievably entertaining sex scenes. Sex and Zen has eye candy to spare, thanks to appearances by Isabella Chow, Rena Murakami, and of course fan-favorite Amy Yip. The film also features appearances by Category III staple Elvis Tsui, Shaw brothers veteran Lo Lieh, and Kent Cheng as the doctor skilled in horse-to-human organ transplant. It may not be family-friendly or even a comfortable conversation topic, but Sex and Zen can easily be called a cult classic.

Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy

Billed as "the world's first 3D erotic film", Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy is arguably one of, if not the most anticipated Chinese film of the year, generating an unprecedented level of curiosity among adult film aficionados worldwide. The Category-III Hong Kong production is basically a remake of the 1991 big-screen adaptation of the classical Chinese erotica The Carnal Prayer Mat. Filmed with the latest 3D technology, the highly anticipated update from the original's producer Stephen Shiu seeks to deliver a sensual cinematic experience like never before, and its humongous success at the box office is expected to usher in a new wave of softcore entertainment at the multiplexes.

Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy features a great deal of spicy sex scenes and titillating full-frontal nudity courtesy of Mainland seductress Lan Yan, sexy Hong Kong starlet Vonnie Lui, and Japanese adult video idols Hara Saori and Suo Yukiko. The juicy costume drama's hero and villain are played by Hayama Hiro (Break Up Club) and character actor Tony Ho, respectively, and through their sexual exploits the film serves up a campy, violent, and orgiastic adventure that ultimately affirms the value of true love.

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Panorama Memories Of Matsuko (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
RM 97.60
A Life Full of Love is a Life Full of Meaning!

When a young man is told that his aunt's body has been found in a park, he starts to discover the truth about her past, only to stumble upon more than he ever imagined in this fairytale-like tragedy from Nakashima Tetsuya, the man behind the international smash Shimotsuma Monogotari, a.k.a. Kamikaze Girls. Nakashima explodes genre conventions in Memories of Matsuko (Kiraware Matsuko no Issho) an entertaining, wholly unforgettable film that is equal parts drama, comedy, and musical!

Memories of Matsuko is a heartbreaking tale like no other, centering on the life of Kawajiri Matsuko (Nakatani Miki, from Densha Otoko), a dedicated, entirely hopeless romantic on the lookout for her very own Prince Charming! After Matsuko's death, her nephew Sho (Eita) begins cleaning out her apartment, finding keepsakes that suggest his aunt lived a truly meaningful life. The film then gives us glimpses into her past, as we first see Matsuko back in the 1970s as a popular high school teacher at the local junior high school. Her fortunes change, however, when she nobly takes the blame for a crime by one of her prized students. As a result, Matsuko loses her job, her reputation, the regard of her family, and much, much more.

In the past, Matsuko always sought the love of her dour father (Emoto Akira), but he always seemed to be more concerned about her chronically ill sibling. Now, with seemingly no one left to turn to, Matsuko looks to find any man who will return her love, even if that man resorts to physical abuse against her. Even worse, Matsuko eventually gets involved in prostitution and even goes to prison. Later, she crosses paths with Ryu (Yusuke Iseya), the young thief who cost Matsuko her teaching job. He reveals his lifelong affection for her, and Matsuko soon believes she has finally found her Knight in Shining Armor. But Ryu is a gangster, and his dangerous ways seem to spell doom for their relationship. Will their love prevail?

Full of dazzling CG-assisted visuals and amazing musical numbers that articulate the personal feelings of its lead character, Memories of Matsuko boasts a curious narrative approach, as the depressing, often dark subject matter is enlivened by the film's glossy veneer and upbeat point of view. Based on Yamada Muneki's best-selling novel, Memories of Matsuko sidesteps melodramatic cliches in order to get across its message: a life full of love is a life full of meaning indeed!

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Panorama The English Patient (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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The English Patient (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Sympathy For Lady Vengeance (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
RM 168.70
Acclaimed filmmaker Park Chan Wook returns to the director's chair to helm Sympathy for Lady Vengeance, one of the most highly anticipated Korean films of 2005. The film marks the end of Park's hugely popular "Vengeance Trilogy", a series of films that began with 2002's Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance and continued with 2003's internationally successful Old Boy. Unlike most trilogies, this trio of pictures is united not by plot or by characters, but by its thematic content, namely, revenge and its terrible consequences.

Actress Lee Young Ae (Joint Security Area, Jewel in the Palace) takes up the leading role in Sympathy for Lady Vengeance, portraying Geum Ja, a beautiful woman just released from jail after thirteen years of imprisonment. Her crime? The kidnapping and brutal murder of a young child. Through the use of flashbacks, it is revealed that Geum Ja was extremely kind and generous to the other prisoners during her internment, earning a widespread reputation as a veritable saint among the imprisoned women.

However, Geum Ja's polite behavior masks her true intentions, for it seems she is totally innocent of the charges brought against her and is covertly hatching an elaborate plan to seek retribution on the twisted Mr. Baek, an English teacher played by Old Boy's Choi Min Sik who is responsible for her unjust conviction. And as soon as Geum Ja is released from prison, her demeanor changes. Once kind and considerate, she becomes cold and calculating. Enlisting the help of a retired cop (Nam Il Woo) and her daughter Jenny (who was adopted by an Australian couple during the anti-heroine's incarceration), Geum Ja sets in motion her plan for bitter vengeance, but will she succeed? Find out in Sympathy for Lady Vengeance, a film that may just prove why revenge is a dish best served cold!

Comes with a Chinese-subtitled Bonus DVD containin 103 minutes of special features:

  • Making of Sympathy for Lady Vengeance
  • Interviews with Cast
  • Sympathy for Lady Vengeance in Venezia
  • Promotion
  • Introduction by Director Park Chan Wook
  • Style of Lady Vengeance: Interviews with Director & Staff
  • Alternate Scenes: Deleted & Long-take Scenes(with Director & Actors' Commentary)
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    Panorama At The End Of Daybreak (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 115.40 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama At The End Of Daybreak (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 115.40
    With only his fourth film At the End of Daybreak, Malaysia director Ho Yuhang (Rain Dogs) has established himself as an up-and-coming talent in Asian Cinema. A combination of film noir and domestic drama, Ho's uncompromising vision of modern Malaysian life features unsettling performances by veteran actress Kara Hui, who won Best Actress at the Hong Kong Film Awards and Best Supporting Actress at both the Golden Horse and the Asian Film Awards, and by young actress Ng Meng Hui, who won the Best Newcomer prize at the Asian Film Awards. Leading man Tsui Tin Yau (AV) ties the story together as the desperate youth whose unwitting transgressions lead to shocking consequences.

    Aimless 23-year-old Tuck Chai (Tsui Tin Yau) lives with his single mother (Kara Hui), and dates 15-year-old Ying (Ng Meng Hui). When Ying's parents find out about their relationship, they threaten to charge him with statutory rape. Tuck Chai's mother pleads for an under-the-table cash settlement, but Ying's parents turn the tables, looking for both justice and money. With no solution in sight, the situation quickly goes from bad to worse, moving towards a dark and inexorable resolution.

    This edition comes with making of, deleted scenes, and previews.

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    Panorama Probation Order (2014) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 73.20 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama Probation Order (2014) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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    Directed by Hong Kong entertainment industry journeyman Tony Leung Hung Wah and starring a group of fresh-faced young actors, Probation Order is a drama that revolves around a few individuals who frequent or work at apm caf .

    Run by former social worker Lap (Liu Kai Chi, As the Light Goes Out), apm caf is frequented by a group of troubled youth, each struggling with problems such as drug addiction and prostitution. One day, thanks to a chance that arises from coincidence, Tinky, one of the more troubled caf -goers, decides to steal the diamond ring Triad boss Lung intended to give his wife for their third anniversary. When he discovers the ring is missing, Lung descends into rage. The only person Tinky and her friends can turn to for help is Lap...

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    Panorama My Geeky Nerdy Buddies (2014) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 71.00 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama My Geeky Nerdy Buddies (2014) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 71.00
    Following 2011's The Killer Who Never Kills, Jam Hsiao dives into acting once again in the romantic comedy My Geeky Nerdy Buddies! Directed by Kevin Chu (Kung Fu Dunk), the film casts Jam in the role of A-zhai, who is a serious nerd. He and his friend Kou Zhai (Da Peng, Hello Babies) spend their days obsessing over video games and cartoons and, of course, fantasizing about going out with the prettiest girls on their college campus. Serendipitously, A-zhai falls for Ya Ling (Maggie Jiang, So Young), the campus goddess, while Kou Zhai falls for the sunny Chuan Mei (Xie Na, Marrying Mr. Perfect). Will they win the girls' hearts despite their total lack of experience and suaveness, or are they doomed to fail?
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    Panorama Lupin The Third (2014) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 93.20 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama Lupin The Third (2014) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 93.20
    For the first time in 40 years, Lupin the Third is hitting the big screen as a live-action feature film! Director Kitamura Ryuhei (Versus, Azumi) brings the adventures of the world's top thief to a new generation of fans, bringing together talents from around the globe to create an exciting beginning for a new Japanese blockbuster franchise. Featuring a new origin story written with the approval of author Monkey Punch, the new Lupin the Third film takes Lupin and his partners on a heart-stopping adventure to avenge the death of his beloved mentor and retrieve a priceless treasure from a diabolical villain.

    Dominating the screen with dashing good looks and plenty of charisma to spare, Oguri Shun (Crows Zero) effortlessly steps into the shoes of the iconic character. The superstar is joined by a stellar supporting cast that includes Kuroki Meisa (Space Battleship Yamato) as the sexy Fujiko, Tamayama Tetsuji (Girl in the Sunny Place) as Daisuke Jigen, Ayano Go (Gatchaman) as master swordsman Goemon, Asano Tadanobu (Parasyte) as the relentless Inspector Zenigata and F4's Jerry Yan as Lupin's new nemesis.

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    Panorama Women Who Flirt (2014) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 93.20
    Pang Ho Cheung's (Aberdeen) latest romantic comedy, Women Who Flirt, investigates a hypothesis: women who flirt emerge as winners in life. Can this be true? If it is, then the tough-as-nails Angie (Zhou Xun, Overheard 3) is in trouble. She's been in love with her best friend and colleague Marco (Huang Xiaoming, American Dreams in China) since their college days, but has never done anything about it because Marco has always maintained that he's too busy with school or work to date. Imagine Angie's surprise, then, when Marco returns from a business trip to Taiwan with a new girlfriend, the baby-voiced Hailey (Sonia Sui, The Fierce Wife). Determined to capture Marco's heart, Angie enlists her girlfriends to teach her the art of flirting.
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    Panorama Black & White: The Dawn Of Justice (2014) (Blu-ray) (3D) (Hong Kong Version) at 93.20 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama Black & White: The Dawn Of Justice (2014) (Blu-ray) (3D) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 93.20
    Supercop Ying Xiong (Mark Chao) returns! The relentless pursuer of justice, whose story was first told on the mega-hit 2009 TV series, is back for a second go-around on the big screen in Black & White: The Dawn Of Justice, again directed by Tsai Yueh Hsun. This time, he's paired with Chen Zhen (Lin Gengxin, Young Detective Dee: Rise of the Sea Dragon), a smart-alecky detective from Harbor City's eastern district. Soon after meeting for the first time, the reluctant makeshift partners run into Ying Xiong's old friend, small-time crook Xu Da Fu (Huang Bo, Breakup Buddies) now strapped to a bomb. The three find themselves thrust in a terrorist plot masterminded by the frighteningly nihilistic Lan Xi En (Tsai Yueh Hsun).

    This is the 3D version of the film. A 3D Blu-ray player, a 3D television and 3D glasses are required to view the 3D version of the film.

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    Panorama Paradise In Service (2014) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 93.20
    Director Doze Niu reunites with his Monga and Love star Ethan Ruan in Paradise In Service, a coming-of-age tale set in a Taiwan military-sanctioned brothel that's mere kilometers away from Mainland China. After a successful jaunt on the festival circuit, which included stops at the Busan and Berlin International Film Festivals, Paradise In Service shone at the 51st Golden Horse Awards, with Chen Jianbin (Three Kingdoms) and Wan Qian (The Children Came Home) respectively claiming the Best Supporting Actor and Best Supporting Actress Awards.

    The year is 1969, and innocent 20-year-old Pao (Ethan Ruan) has just been selected to join the notoriously tough Sea Dragons unit on Kinmen Island as part of his mandatory military service. Pao's less-than-impressive physical skills find him lagging behind in training, and his tough commander Chang (Chen Jianbin) soon decides to assign the fledgling recruit elsewhere. Pao ends up at Unit 831, euphemistically dubbed "the teahouse" and "military paradise," a military-sanctioned brothel he is to manage. There, he meets the materialistic Jiao (Ivy Chen, Girls) and the mysterious Ni Ni (Wan Qian), and discovers that Unit 831 is a place where desires for warmth, lust and home collide.

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    Panorama Revenge Of The Green Dragons (2014) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 71.00
    Executive produced by Martin Scorsese and directed by Andrew Lau (Infernal Affairs) and Andrew Loo, Revenge Of The Green Dragons tells the true story of Chinese immigrants who fall into gang life in 1980s New York.

    After arriving in Flushing, Queens as a boy in the 1980s, Sonny (Justin Chon, Twilight) befriends Steven (Kevin Wu, YouTube's KevJumba), who has similarly come to America for a better life. Better lives, however, weren't what awaited them, as the boys quickly find themselves stuck in the slums. Following a fateful encounter with the soft-spoken Paul Wong (Harry Shum Jr., Glee), the two boys are inducted into his gang, the Green Dragons. As the boys work up the ranks of the gang, a dangerous turf war brews between the Green Dragons and rival gang the White Tigers, which catches the attention of FBI agent Michael Bloom (Ray Liotta, Killing Them Softly). With the body count rising by the day, Sonny increasingly finds himself trapped in a cycle of violence he can't escape.

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    Panorama Ilo Ilo (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 93.20
    Having won numerous international accolades including the Camera d'Or prize at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival and Best Film at the 50th Golden Horse Awards, Singaporean director Anthony Chen's debut feature Ilo Ilo is a complex, bittersweet and empathetic family drama set against the backdrop of the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis. Centered on the relationship between a Filipino maid and her employer's young child, the film's depiction of their interaction in a dynamic and uncertain environment comes across as a realistic portrayal of modern family relationships, especially since the story is inspired by Chen's personal experience. Brimming with the warmth and tensions of daily life, the film is a brilliant observation of parent-child relationships in Asian households and the strengths and challenges of family values in the face of adversity.

    Ten-year-old schoolboy Lim Jiale (Koh Jia Ler) is a rebellious child with a pregnant working mother Hwee Leng (Yeo Yann Yann) and a father Keng Teck (Chen Tian Wen) who has just lost his job. Fed up with their son's bullying behavior and undergoing enormous pressure in the financial recession, they hire dutiful domestic worker Teresa (Angeli Bayani) who soon becomes an integral part of the family despite their initial unhappy events.

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    Panorama The Legend of Hercules (2014) (Blu-ray) (3D) (Hong Kong Version)
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    The Legend of Hercules (2014) (Blu-ray) (3D) (Hong Kong Version)
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    Panorama Gatchaman (2013) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 93.20
    40 years after its premiere, Gatchaman (also known as G-Force: Guardians of Space and Battle of the Planets) is finally being adapted into a live-action film! Written by Watanabe Yusuke (Gantz) and directed by Sato Toya (Kaiji), the big-budget adaptation of the superhero saga follows the adventures of a team of superheroes fighting a terrorist group named Galactor. Ayano Go (Rurouni Kenshin), Matsuzaka Tori (Love for Beginners), Goriki Ayame (Kiyosu Conference), Hamada Tatsuomi (Umizaru Brave Hearts) and Suzuki Ryohei (Forbidden Superhero) lead the cast as the superheroes in this sci-fi epic filled with eye-popping special effects and intense action scenes.

    In the year 2050, a mysterious terrorist organization called the Galactor declares war on earth and takes over half the world. The survivors are limited to living in poor, restricted areas. To fight the Galactor, five "receptors" armed with an ancient power are brought together to defend the planet. Named the Gatchamen, these heroes may be earth's only hope for victory.

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    Panorama Iceman (2014) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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    Take a rip-roaring thrill ride through space and time with Donnie Yen in Iceman, the highly anticipated two-part modern update of the 1989 Hong Kong action hit Iceman Cometh. Also serving as co-producer and action director, Yen stars as a Ming Dynasty warrior who wakes up in modern Hong Kong after spending centuries frozen in ice. Sparing no money to pull off a big-scale action fantasy, the filmmakers created multiple large-scale action sequences, including an astonishing grand finale set on Hong Kong's Tsing Ma Bridge (recreated on the old Hong Kong airport's runway) featuring explosive 3D action that must be seen to be believed. Iceman also stars Wang Baoqiang (Lost in Thailand) as another thawed Ming warrior out to capture his former friend, Eva Huang (Sorcerer and the White Snake) as a bar waitress who saves the hero and Simon Yam (The Midnight After) as a police officer with ulterior motives.

    He Ying (Donnie Yen) is a loyal bodyguard of the Ming Dynasty. While returning from a mission in India, he is accused of working with Japanese pirates by comrade-in-arms Sao (Wang Baoqiang). During the ensuing chase, an avalanche buries He Ying, Sao and other soldiers, keeping them frozen in ice for centuries. In 2014, a mysterious man orders He Ying and Sao to be brought to Hong Kong and resurrected. However, a traffic accident causes He Ying to return to life prematurely. While He Ying roams the city like a fish out of water, Sao has also been resurrected and is determine to make He Ying pay for his crimes. With the help of a kind bar waitress (Eva Huang), He Ying sets out to evade capture and clear his name.

    This edition features the 2D version only. It includes making of and trailers.

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    Panorama The Paperboy (2012) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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    The Paperboy (2012) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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    Panorama Panda Tao Tao (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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    Panda Tao Tao (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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    Panorama Doomsday Party (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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    Eight very different people converge in one dangerous bank robbery in Doomsday Party, the directorial debut of Ho Hong. Produced by Teddy Robin (Gallants), the ensemble drama looks at the various injustices happening to the people of Hong Kong today, from the young outcasts seeking attention to honest people caught in financial difficulties due to acts of greedy banks. The ambitious and gripping urban epic stars Kay Tse (Nightfall), musician Paul Wong (Young and Dangerous Reloaded), Kelvin Kwan (Enthralled), Wilfred Lau (Overheard 3) and first-time actress Fish Liew in an award-nominated performance.
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    Panorama A Simple Life (2011) (Blu-ray + Poster) (Hong Kong Version)
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    Renowned Hong Kong director Ann Hui (Summer Snow) has perhaps made the crowning achievement of her marvelous career with A Simple Life, a crowd-pleasing human drama that quietly tugs at viewers' heartstrings with its restrained sentiments and delicately drawn characters. A solemn yet humorous exploration of seniority, the film tells a bittersweet story revolving around the lives of elderly maid Sister Tao and her master, played respectively by veteran actress Deanie Ip and superstar Andy Lau, whose past screen collaborations serve to inspire enormous chemistry between their characters. Their impeccable performances have earned numerous prestigious prizes for the film, including Best Actress at the Venice Film Festival, Best Director, Actor, and Actress at the Golden Horse Awards, and the rare feat of the Big Five (Best Film, Director, Screenplay, Actor, and Actress) at the Hong Kong Film Awards.

    Based on the true story of producer Roger Lee, A Simple Life also features a number of famous stars and filmmakers in supporting or cameo roles, including Qin Hailu, Anthony Wong, Paul Chun, Chapman To, and Sammo Hung, among many others. Sister Tao (Deanie Ip) has served five generations of the Leung family since she was thirteen. Today, at over seventy years old, she continues to take care of Roger (Andy Lau), the only member of the family left in Hong Kong. After suffering a stroke at home one day, Tao realizes it's about time she retired, so she asks Roger to find her a nursing home for rehabilitation. Tao struggles to adjust to the strange new environment as well as her eccentric fellow inmates, but Roger is there to care for this mother figure who has devoted her life to his.

    Hong Kong Version Blu-ray comes with film trailers, making-of, deleted scenes, and director and stars interviews. This version comes with the movie poster.

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    Panorama The Lady (2011) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 97.60 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama The Lady (2011) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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    Reigning action queen Michelle Yeoh (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon) turns in a brave and powerful performance as Burmese democracy fighter Aung San Suu Kyi in Joan of Arc director Luc Besson's latest film The Lady. Written by Rebecca Frayn, the highly anticipated biopic depicts the dramatic life of the Nobel Peace Prize laureate against the backdrop of a country in political turmoil, with the focus on the incredibly touching love story between Aung San and her husband Michael Aris (played by David Thewlis). Yeoh reportedly shed 22 pounds to play the legendary opposition leader who sacrificed her family and freedom in her unwavering pursuit of democracy in Burma.
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    Panorama Zebraman 2: Attack on Zebra City (2010) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 71.00 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama Zebraman 2: Attack on Zebra City (2010) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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    In 2004, cult director Miike Takashi made his first foray into family entertainment with the superhero film Zebraman. The film, starring Aikawa Sho as a teacher in the year 2010 who takes up the identity of a TV hero from his childhood and saves the world from aliens in the process, became Miike's biggest hit at the time. Six years later, Miike and writer Kudo Kankuro (Shonen Merikensack) reunite for Zebraman: Vengeful Zebra City, a sequel that takes the Zebraman saga into the year 2025, during which the striped hero is called upon to save the world from an Orwellian-esque government. In addition to legendary Aikawa returning as the Zebra suit-donning hero, Naka Riisa (Toki wo Kakeru Shojo) steals the show with a sexy performance as leather-clad villain Zebra Queen.

    15 years after the events of the first Zebraman, Ichikawa (Aikawa Sho) wakes up from his 15-year-long slumber. It's now 2025, Tokyo has been renamed Zebra City, and its corrupted ruler has allowed the police force - named Zebra Police - to kill anyone they suspect of a crime during two five-minute periods each day. Ichikawa is attacked by the police during such a period and loses memory of his superhero past. Taken in by a young man who recognizes him from 2010, Ichikawa slowly recovers his memories and vows to defeat the villainous Zebra Queen (Naka Riisa). However, the Zebra Queen has an even more evil plan in the works.

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    Panorama Love is...Pyjamas (2012) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 71.00
    Turning the traditional Chinese saying of "women are like clothes" (i.e. disposable) on its sexist head, All's Well End's Well 2009 director Vincent Kok and producer Raymond Wong serve up perhaps the year's #1 chick flick in Love is...Pyjamas. The urban romantic comedy stars a very likable ensemble that includes Ronald Cheng (Vulgaria), Teresa Mo (I Love Hong Kong 2012), Raymond Lam (Perfect Wedding), Karena Ng (Magic to Win) and Lynn Xiong (All's Well End's Well 2012) in a multi-threaded tale linking up relationship and fashion two elements that are clearly geared to female audiences in particular.

    Underpants designer Spring (Teresa Mo) and her daughter Autumn (Karena Ng) have long been working at the multinational underwear company founded by the latter's uncle, Hugo (Raymond Wong). Trying to win back the favor of his ex-girlfriend Muse (Hai Qing), who asked him to create a new product line with the theme of "men are like clothes", Hugo hires top fashion model Jojo (Lynn Xiong) to work on it, which poses a direct threat to Spring. Meanwhile, Autumn meets bit-part actor Fai (Ronald Cheng), who teaches her what it means to treat men like laundry. To help Spring and Autumn win the new product line, Fai introduces them to his photographer cousin Lucky Owen (Raymond Lam), who used to have a relationship with Jojo...

    Hong Kong Version Blu-ray comes with bonus features: making-of, music video, trailer and TV spots.

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    Panorama The Yellow Sea (2010) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 93.20 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama The Yellow Sea (2010) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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    From the makers of The Chaser comes the acclaimed thriller The Yellow Sea. Director Na Hong Jin teams up again with award-winning actors Kim Yoon Seok and Ha Jung Woo for his ambitious sophomore feature, which brings the grim action all the way from Yanbian, the Korean-populated region in Northeast China bordering North Korea, to Seoul and Busan. The Yellow Sea packs a hard punch with its thrilling car chases and gritty violence, but it's above all the powerful performances of the two leading actors that make the film a compelling and exhilarating watch. Ha Jung Woo won Best Actor at the 5th Asian Film Awards for his turn as a desperate man on the run in a foreign land.

    A taxi driver in Yanbian, Gu Nam (Ha Jung Woo) is knee deep in gambling debt, and he hasn't heard from his wife since she left for South Korea half a year ago. To clear his debt and find his wife, he reluctantly takes a job to assassinate a businessman in South Korea. When the hit job goes wrong, Gu Nam suddenly finds himself the target of the police, the mafia, and the very man who hired him, brutal assassin Myun Ga (Kim Yoon Seok).

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    Panorama Due West: Our Sex Journey (2012) (Blu-ray) (2D + 3D) (Hong Kong Version) at 158.00 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama Due West: Our Sex Journey (2012) (Blu-ray) (2D + 3D) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 158.00
    From the makers of 3D Sex & Zen: Extreme Ecstasy comes this year's Hong Kong erotic hit Due West: Our Sex Journey. First-time director Mark Wu turns the best-selling novel by mysterious Internet erotica writer Xiang Xi Murakami Haruki into a 3D Hong Kong production duly described as a sensual cross between American Pie and You Are the Apple of My Eye. Making witty commentary on the contemporary society as well as the modern dating scene, the Category-III blockbuster works both as a hilarious account of a young man's journey of sexual awakening, and as a raunchy sex comedy showcasing tons of attractive girls in various degrees of nudity. The cast features Justin Cheung (The 33D Invader) as the westbound crusader, supported by Gregory Wong, writer-director Mark Wu and a group of sexy actresses and models from Hong Kong, China and Taiwan, including Jeana Ho, Celia Kwok, Angelina Zhang, Daniella Wang, and Japanese adult-video star Kizaki Jessica.

    Brought up in a strict middle-class family in Hong Kong, Frankie (Justin Cheung) has grown up a well-behaved but sexually repressed boy. He owed his sexual enlightenment to his only friend at high school, Jing, who even helped to arrange a camping trip for him and the beautiful girl he fancied (although the expected cherry-popping night didn't happen quite as planned). After coming back from his education in the UK, Frankie, now in his 20s, begins dating this girl named Zeta (Celia Kwok). The couple is a good match in every aspect except one the most crucial one unfortunately which spells demise for their relationship. Under the influence of Jing (Gregory Wong) and James (Mark Wu), a worldly friend he met in England, the frustrated Frankie begins traveling north to the nearby town of Dongguan to seek pleasure. He becomes addicted to finding satisfaction and solace in the Mainland red-light districts, in particularly with a prostitute named Xiaosi (Daniella Wang), who expertly gives him a taste of extreme ecstasy. But Frankie's heart really belongs to Zeta, even his body longs for Xiaosi instead. Struggling between morals and desire, will he find his way out of the labyrinth of love and lust?

    Note: This Blu-ray release contains both the 3D and the 2D versions of the film. To play back the 3D version, you need a 3D Blu-ray player, 3D TV and compatible 3D glasses, which are not included herein.

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    Panorama Trivisa (2016) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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    Produced by Johnnie To and Yau Nai Hoi, the gritty Milkyway thriller Trivisa stars Richie Jen, Gordon Lam and Jordan Chan as notorious criminals facing crossroads in their lives and livelihoods on the eve of Hong Kong's Handover back to China in 1997. New directors Frank Hui, Vicky Wong and Jevons Au are each responsible for one actor's portion in the tense collision course of three thieves of different feathers, all of whom are inspired by infamous real-life mobsters that topped Hong Kong's most wanted list. Like with the Election series, Trivisa is more than just a crime thriller: the film's characters and choices reflect on the Hong Kong mentality and feelings of insecurity, frustration, anger and helplessness as the Handover looms ahead.

    Known for brazen armed robberies and police shootouts in broad daylight, Yip Kwok Foon (Richie Jen) decides to hang up his boots and seek his fortunes in the profitable trade of cross-border electronics smuggling. Though the money is good, he has to constantly wine, dine and kowtow to corrupt Chinese officials to get things done, a process that eats away at his pride. The cautious and meticulous Kwai Ching Hung (Gordon Lam) has pulled off numerous small-scale heists in his time, but he's managed to stay off the police radar by using pseudonyms and maintaining a low profile. The flashy and lavish Cheuk Tse Keung (Jordan Chan) makes his money through abducting and extorting tycoons, and he lives it up accordingly in the loudest and flashiest of ways. These three kings of thieves have nothing to do with each other, but rumors begin to spread in the underworld that they're planning to join forces to pull off something big before the Handover.

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    Panorama Girls Step (2015) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 115.40 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama Girls Step (2015) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 115.40
    Five high school girls find friendship and confidence through dancing in the spirited youth film Girls Step! Directed by Kawamura Taisuke (Princess Jellyfish), the inspiring teen film stars E-girls' Ishii Anna (Solomon's Perjury), Koshiba Fuka (Kiki's Delivery Service), Ono Karin (The Werewolf Game: The Beast Side), Akizuki Mika (Another) and Uehara Miku (Assassination Classroom) as insecure and unmotivated students who blend into the crowd at their high school. The girls' lackluster lives begin to change when they form a dance team to earn credit and instead gain something far more valuable as they learn, grow and shine through dancing.
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    Panorama The Himalayas (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 115.40
    In 2004, a mountaineer embarked on a hazardous journey to recover the bodies of climbers who died on Mount Everest. Eleven years later, director Lee Seok Hoon (The Pirates) put the story on the silver screen. The adventure drama The Himalayas brings together the mountaineering team of Hwang Jung Min (Ode to My Father), Jung Woo (C'est Si Bon), Jo Sung Ha (The Suspect), Kim In Kwon (The Divine Move) and Ra Mi Ran (The Tiger: An Old Hunter's Tale), who picked up Best Supporting Actress at the 52nd Baeksang Arts Awards.

    Experienced mountaineer Um Hong Gil (Hwang Jung Min) is assembling a team to climb Mount Kanchenjunga, the world's third highest mountain. Eager to join, young climbers Park Moo Taek (Jung Woo) and Park Jung Bok (Kim In Kwon) beg Hong Gil to accept them as team members. Though they are rejected by Hong Gil at first, they soon prove themselves qualified after vigorous training and become essential members of the team over time. After a leg injury forces Hong Gil to finally hang up his boots, Moo Taek decides to lead another team into Mount Everest, but tragically, he and his fellow climbers get stranded on the mountain. To retrieve their bodies, Hong Gil comes out of retirement and leads an expedition team into the mountain's oxygen-deprived "death zone."

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    Panorama Ten Years (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 128.70 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama Ten Years (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 128.70
    Winner of Best Film at the 35th Hong Kong Film Awards, the controversial 2015 indie omnibus Ten Years imagines the state of Hong Kong ten years later. Composed of five shorts by up-and-coming directors, the politically sensitive anthology offers a dystopian vision of the city in 2025. Addressing local issues and concerns that ring especially relevant in the post-Occupy climate, Ten Years turned into a surprise hit in Hong Kong through strong word of mouth.

    In "Extras," two low-level gangsters are hired to shoot political party leaders in order to incite panic and stoke support for security legislation. In "Season of the End," two researchers futilely preserve relics of Hong Kong's past in a dilapidated building, with one offering himself up as the final specimen. In "Dialect," a Cantonese-speaking taxi driver struggles to make a living as Mandarin becomes increasingly prevalent in the work space. In "Self-Immolator," an unidentified person commits self-immolation outside the British embassy, and media coverage speculates connection to the recent death in prison of a prominent independence activist. In "Local Egg," a grocery store owner rues the closing of Hong Kong's last chicken farm and worries about his son's participation in a youth guard that keeps tabs on local shops.

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    Panorama What A Wonderful Family! (2016) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 128.70 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama What A Wonderful Family! (2016) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 128.70
    From 1969 to 1995, Yamada Yoji directed an iconic series of films titled Otoko wa Tsurai yo (a.k.a. It's Tough Being a Man) about a traveling salesman and his never-ending difficulties with love. The director shows that relationships don't get any easier with time in his 2016 film What a Wonderful Family! (a.k.a. Kazoku wa Tsurai yo). Yamada reunites the cast of Tokyo Family including Hashizume Isao, Yoshiyuki Kazuko, Tsumabuki Satoshi, Aoi Yu, Nishimura Masahiko, Natsukawa Yui, Hayashiya Shozo and Nakajima Tomoko for an astute, good-humored look into the dynamics of the modern family.

    Married for 50 years, Shuzo (Hashizume Isao) and Tomiko (Yoshiyuki Kazuko) live with their sons Konosuke (Nishimura Masahiko) and Shota (Tsumabuki Satoshi) as well as their daughter-in-law (Natsukawa Yui) and their grandchildren. With so many people under one roof, the house is constantly bustling with bicker and banter. On Tomiko's latest birthday, which Shuzo has as usual forgotten, she calmly asks him for a present: divorce.

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    Panorama Chongqing Hot Pot (2016) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 128.70 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama Chongqing Hot Pot (2016) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 128.70
    The opening film of the 2016 Hong Kong International Film Festival, Chongqing Hot Pot combines Chongqing's traditional hot pot culture with heist comedy and action elements into an offbeat and unexpectedly violent crime caper. Director Yang Qing, whose 2009 debut One Night in Supermarket was about a convenience store holdup, ups the stakes to a bank robbery involving four friends played by Aloys Chen (Mojin - The Lost Legend), Qin Hao (Blind Massage), Bai Baihe (Monster Hunt) and Yu Entai (My Own Swordsman).

    Buddies Liu Bo (Aloys Chen), Xu Dong (Qin Hao) and Four Eyes (Yu Entai) opened a hot pot restaurant inside an old bomb shelter, but business is not going well at all. The guys decide to sell the restaurant, but first they have to (illegally) expand the shop space to inflate its value. While tunneling through the wall, they accidentally dig a hole right into the vault of a neighboring bank! They enlist the help of former classmate Xiao Wei (Bai Baihe), who works at the bank, to fix the hole, but Liu Bo, who is knee-deep in gambling debt, gets tempted by the piles of cash in front of him. Meanwhile, another group of armed robbers also targets the same bank.

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    Panorama In The Room (2015) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 42.10
    Singapore auteur Eric Khoo gathers a Pan-Asian cast for the erotic drama In the Room, which intersects the steamy, melancholic stories of six couples in the same hotel room over several decades. Screened at the Toronto, San Sebastian and Busan International Film Festivals, the film's turnstile tryst of lovers of different backgrounds and nationalities also reflects on Singapore's history and cultural changes from the forties to the present day. In the Room's setting is based on the historic New 7th Storey Hotel, which started out as a five-star establishment in the fifties and evolved eventually into a backpacker's hotel before getting demolished in 2008.

    In the Room begins in 1942 on the eve of the Japanese occupation that will separate British expat (Daniel Jenkins) from his local lover (Koh Boon Pin), a married man who must stay behind. A cabaret dancer (Josie Ho) plies her striptease skills in the colorful fifties while a musician (Ian Tan) has a memorable encounter with a maid (Nadia Ar) before his death. In the seventies, a Thai transgender woman (Netnaphad Pulsavad) meets with her lover (Wasurat Unaprom) before her surgery. In the eighties, a married Japanese woman (Nishino Sho) rejects the love of her local partner (Lawrence Wong). In the final segment, two friends from Korea, one a virgin (Choi Woo Sik) and the other (Kim Kkot Bi) sexually liberated, share a room.

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    Panorama In The Room (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 128.70
    Singapore auteur Eric Khoo gathers a Pan-Asian cast for the erotic drama In the Room, which intersects the steamy, melancholic stories of six couples in the same hotel room over several decades. Screened at the Toronto, San Sebastian and Busan International Film Festivals, the film's turnstile tryst of lovers of different backgrounds and nationalities also reflects on Singapore's history and cultural changes from the forties to the present day. In the Room's setting is based on the historic New 7th Storey Hotel, which started out as a five-star establishment in the fifties and evolved eventually into a backpacker's hotel before getting demolished in 2008.

    In the Room begins in 1942 on the eve of the Japanese occupation that will separate British expat (Daniel Jenkins) from his local lover (Koh Boon Pin), a married man who must stay behind. A cabaret dancer (Josie Ho) plies her striptease skills in the colorful fifties while a musician (Ian Tan) has a memorable encounter with a maid (Nadia Ar) before his death. In the seventies, a Thai transgender woman (Netnaphad Pulsavad) meets with her lover (Wasurat Unaprom) before her surgery. In the eighties, a married Japanese woman (Nishino Sho) rejects the love of her local partner (Lawrence Wong). In the final segment, two friends from Korea, one a virgin (Choi Woo Sik) and the other (Kim Kkot Bi) sexually liberated, share a room.

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    Panorama The Menu (2016) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 128.70 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama The Menu (2016) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 128.70
    The much-talked-about 2015 HKTV series The Menu leaps to the silver screen with a feature film sequel that continues the trials and tribulations of a group of intrepid Hong Kong journalists. Director Ben Fong and stars Gregory Wong, Kate Yeung and Catherine Chau return to the battleground of Smart Post for this tense and timely news thriller about journalistic, judicial and government accountability. Veteran Ng Man Tat joins The Menu to play a grieving father who takes matters into his own hands to seek justice for his daughter.

    Following the events of the TV drama, Fong Ying (Catherine Chau) has been promoted to interim chief editor and now has to deal with pressure from above to attract more online views and to beat out an unscrupulous media rival. Meanwhile, at a local TV station, Tam (Ng Man Tat) sets off a bomb, takes the TV crew and talk show guest hostage, and demands a meeting with the Chief Executive. Photographer Mallory (Kate Yeung) and headstrong reporter Fai (Gregory Wong) rush to the scene to jostle for coverage. Fai realizes that Tam is the father of a murder victim whose case fell by the wayside because of media apathy and double jeopardy limitation.

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    Panorama Chibi Maruko-chan - A Boy From Italy (2016) (Blu-ray Gift Set) (Hong Kong Version) at 146.50 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama Chibi Maruko-chan - A Boy From Italy (2016) (Blu-ray Gift Set) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 146.50
    Beloved anime/manga character Chibi Maruko-chan arrives in cinemas with her first movie in 23 years! First published in 1986, Sakura Momoko's iconic slice-of-life manga about the everyday gaffes and adventures of a nine-year-old schoolgirl has sold over 30 million copies, and its long-running anime series has accumulated over a thousand episodes. Directed by Takagi Jun, the 2015 Chibi Maruko-chan movie welcomes six foreign exchange students to Maruko-chan's town. One of them, Andre from Italy, is staying with Maruko's family. At first, Maruko is constantly bewildered by Andre, but over time they develop a close friendship as they learn about each other's cultures.

    This edition includes the Cantonese dubbed version of the film voiced by Myolie Wu, Jiro Wang, Joyce Cheng, Bob Lam and Babyjohn Choi.

    Blu-ray Gift Set comes with a memo pad and a calendar card.

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    Panorama The Assassin (2015) (2-DVD Edition) (Hong Kong Version) at 95.40 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama The Assassin (2015) (2-DVD Edition) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 95.40
    Hou Hsiao Hsien's done it again. The much-revered director returns with another breathtakingly beautiful effort in The Assassin, loosely based on a short story by 9th century writer Pei Xing. Starring Shu Qi (Journey To The West: Conquering the Demons) as the titular assassin and Chang Chen (Helios), Tsumabuki Satoshi (Our Family), Zhou Yun (Bodyguards And Assassins) and Ethan Ruan (Paradise In Service) in supporting roles, the Tang Dynasty-set drama picked up the Best Director Award at the Cannes Film Festival, as well as Best Director, Best Feature Film, Best Cinematography, Best Makeup & Costume Design and Best Sound Effects at the Golden Horse Awards.

    Having undergone rigorous training with her master since the age of 10, Nie Yinniang (Shu Qi) is now a top assassin, tasked with eliminating corrupt government officials. When she fails to carry out a mission, Yinniang is sent back to her hometown by her master. There, she must find and kill the most powerful official in the region, Tian Jian (Chang Chen), who happens to be both Yinniang's cousin and her first love.

    This edition includes behind-the-scenes featurettes.

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    Panorama Lazy Hazy Crazy (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 93.20 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama Lazy Hazy Crazy (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 93.20
    Arguably Hong Kong's smartest and wittiest filmmaker Pang Ho Cheung (Vulgaria, Aberdeen) produces Lazy Hazy Crazy, the directorial debut of his frequent screenwriter Jody Luk. This ribald comedy-drama is a playful, salacious and incredibly naughty coming-of-age story about three disaffected high school friends who find growth and change through sexual exploration. Uncommon to current Hong Kong film, the young actresses all turn in daring performances featuring frank language and nudity. Director Luk based the screenplay on interviews with actual Hong Kong girls though names have obviously been changed to protect the not-so-innocent.

    Alice (Fish Liew, Doomsday Party) uses WeChat to source paid dates, but her clients sometimes request deviant sexual behavior as part of her services. Meanwhile, Alice helps Chloe (Koyi Mak) set up her own dating profile but while the two become closer friends, Alice may be developing more than platonic feelings for Chloe. Watching both is the virgin Tracy (Ashina Kwok), who grows jealous of her friends' growing bond. Wishing to become sexually active, she has Alice introduce her to club girl work, where she becomes the exclusive date of the charming and rich Raymond (Gregory Wong, Lan Kwai Fong). But despite her steps into the adult world, Tracy's true love is a high school boy, Andrew (Tse Sit Chun).
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    Panorama Imprisoned: Survival Guide for Rich and Prodigal (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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    Adapted from a best-selling novel originally published on Golden Forum, Hong Kong's most popular (and notorious) online forum, prison comedy-drama Imprisoned: Survival Guide for Rich and Prodigal is based on the supposedly real-life experiences of a spoiled rich kid behind bars. Due West: Our Sex Journey's Gregory Wong stars as the inmate in question, out-of-control playboy Nelson Yu who was born with a silver spoon in his mouth and is used to playing around and living it up. His high-flying lifestyle comes crashing down when he gets convicted for a hit-and-run. Nelson is in for an awakening when he lands in jail, a whole other world with its own set of unwritten rules of survival. From the makers of Due West: Our Sex Journey and Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy, Imprisoned: Survival Guide for Rich and Prodigal gathers a veritable lineup of Hong Kong cinema veterans for the supporting cast including Lam Suet, Liu Kai Chi, Philip Keung, Wan Yeung Min, Elvis Tsui, Ken Lo and Tommy Wong Kwong Leung from the Prison on Fire series.

    This edition includes making-of, trailer and deleted scenes.

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    Panorama She Remembers, He Forgets (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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    Following the critical and commercial success of The Way We Dance which turned into a sleeper hit in 2013, director Adam Wong and writer/producer Saville Chan team up again to tell another wistful, youthful Hong Kong story in She Remembers, He Forgets. Set in the present day and the early nineties, the film contrasts the now and then of a married couple, who first met in high school and face a midlife relationship crisis after years together. Miriam Yeung (Little Big Master) and popular Hong Kong personality Jan Lamb play the adult protagonists while newcomers Cecilia So, Nick Yau and Ng Siu Hin anchor the teenage years.

    Married for ten years, Gigi (Miriam Yeung) and Shing Wah (Jan Lamb) have reached a stalemate in their relationship, with both consumed by work and barely communicating. A high school reunion prompts Gigi to flash back to memories of her school days when she was close with the rowdy, outgoing Shing Wah and another boy, the smart and serious Bok Man. Back then, the three of them were all members of the school's aviation club, and mired in the dreams and angst of adolescence. Confronted with what her life has become, Gigi begins to wonder what ever happened to Bok Man, and what lies ahead for her and Shing Wah.

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    Panorama She Remembers, He Forgets (2015) (Blu-ray + CD) (Special Edition) (Hong Kong Version) at 146.50 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama She Remembers, He Forgets (2015) (Blu-ray + CD) (Special Edition) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 146.50
    Following the critical and commercial success of The Way We Dance which turned into a sleeper hit in 2013, director Adam Wong and writer/producer Saville Chan team up again to tell another wistful, youthful Hong Kong story in She Remembers, He Forgets. Set in the present day and the early nineties, the film contrasts the now and then of a married couple, who first met in high school and face a midlife relationship crisis after years together. Miriam Yeung (Little Big Master) and popular Hong Kong personality Jan Lamb play the adult protagonists while newcomers Cecilia So, Nick Yau and Ng Siu Hin anchor the teenage years.

    Married for ten years, Gigi (Miriam Yeung) and Shing Wah (Jan Lamb) have reached a stalemate in their relationship, with both consumed by work and barely communicating. A high school reunion prompts Gigi to flash back to memories of her school days when she was close with the rowdy, outgoing Shing Wah and another boy, the smart and serious Bok Man. Back then, the three of them were all members of the school's aviation club, and mired in the dreams and angst of adolescence. Confronted with what her life has become, Gigi begins to wonder what ever happened to Bok Man, and what lies ahead for her and Shing Wah.

    This edition comes with the film's soundtrack CD and a paper airplane.

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    Panorama The Next Generation -Patlabor- Tokyo War (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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    Created in 1988 by Headgear, Patlabor is a police and crime procedural revolving around the Tokyo Metropolitan Police whose officers pilot mecha called Patlabors. The franchise includes manga, light novels, an anime series and multiple animated films, most notably Oshii Mamoru's 1989 classic Patlabor: The Movie. In 2014 and 2015, the Patlabor universe was revived in an ambitious live-action project titled The Next Generation -Patlabor- which consists of a 13-episode series split theatrically into seven parts and a feature film. A sequel to the original Patlabor timeline, The Next Generation is set in 2013 after the end of the Babylon Project. Division 2 of the Tokyo Metropolitan Police struggles to stay afloat amid budget cuts and Labors falling increasingly out of use, though Labor crime continues to be high. Mano Erina (Tag) leads Special Vehicle Section 2's third generation as pilot Izuminio Akira.

    The final installment of the project, the feature film The Next Generation -Patlabor- Tokyo War, directed by Oshii Mamoru, turns Tokyo into a battleground when terrorists steal the Self-Defense Force's newest state-of-the-art fighter helicopter Gray Ghost and use it to attack the city. With Tokyo's ten million residents being held hostage, it's up to the Special Vehicle Section 2 unit to take back the city.

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    Panorama Flying Colors (2015) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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    Adapted from Tsubota Nobutaka's best-selling book, Flying Colors (a.k.a. Biri Gal) is based on the inspiring true story of how a delinquent teenage girl went from the bottom of the class to being admitted to one of Japan's top universities in just one year's time. Arimura Kasumi (Strobe Edge) plays heroine Sayaka, a second-year high school student who stands out with her dyed blonde hair and short mini-skirts. Deemed an airhead and a problem student, she is at the academic level of a fourth grader. Sayaka's mother sends her to a private tutoring school where she finally meets a teacher (Ito Atsushi, Mozu) who believes in her. With his help, Sayaka begins to wholeheartedly study for the college entrance exam and strive towards the seemingly impossible goal of entering Keio University. Directed by blockbuster filmmaker Doi Nobuhiro (The Wings of Kirin, Hanamizuki), Flying Colors is an underdog, coming-of-age tale that shows how the right teacher can change a student's life.
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    Panorama Old Partner (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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    Drawing three million admissions at the box office, indie documentary Old Partner defied expectations to become Korea's highest-grossing independent film of all time. Helmed by Lee Chung Ryul, who won Best New Director at the 45th Baeksang Arts Award, Old Partner turned into a surprise hit thanks to good word of mouth. Winner of the Pusan International Film Festival Mecenat Award for Best Documentary and the first Korean documentary to compete at the Sundance Film Festival, Old Partner explores the deep friendship between an elderly farming couple and their ox. After over 30 years of work and companionship, the ox has been diagnosed with cancer, and the bickering elderly couple now have only one year left with their Old Partner.
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    Panorama The Negotiator: The Movie (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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    On the heels of a successful first season and special one-off episode of Koshonin, TV Asahi commissioned both a second season and a film version of the action drama. Yonekura Ryoko returns as Usagi Reiko, a tough police negotiator fighting both criminals at crime scenes and her critics within the police department. In addition to the series' original cast members, the film also features new additions such as Sorimachi Takashi (GTO) as an airplane hijacker and Yanagiba Toshiro (Bayside Shakedown) as an airplane pilot. Directed by TV series director Matsuda Hidetomo, the latest chapter of the Koshonin saga promises to be the biggest and most action-packed chapter yet.

    After a high-profile armed robbery, the perpetrators take an entire shopping mall hostage. Despite the negotiation efforts by Reiko (Yonekura Ryoko), the gang blows up the mall and escapes. Several weeks after the incident, Reiko goes on a much-needed holiday, but when she sees a suspicious figure at the airport, the negotiator decides to go into action once again.

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    Panorama Magic To Win (2011) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 111.00 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama Magic To Win (2011) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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    Renowned Hong Kong filmmaker Raymond Wong's 80s classic series The Happy Ghost is reincarnated for today's family and young audiences! With Ip Man's director Wilson Yip and writer Edmond Wong onboard, the fantasy comedy employs flashy visual effects and replaces the original's friendly spirit from the Qing dynasty with feuding wizards who can give Harry Potter's wand-waving friends a run for their money. Magic to Win stars popular actor Louis Koo (Overheard 2), Fahrenheit's Wu Chun (My Kingdom), action star Wu Jing (SPL), Japan-based magician Tonny Jan, Mainland actress Yan Ni (Mural) in addition to Raymond Wong himself. The film also brings back series alumni Loletta Lee and Yip Sai Wing for a cameo, while introducing a new generation of "Happy Girls" led by teen model Karena Ng in her acting debut.

    Nobody knows that Professor Hong Sum Kwai (Raymond Wong) is actually the Water Magician, one of the five elemental wizards. One day, Hong accidentally loses his magical powers, which are transferred to his student Cheng Meisi (Karena Ng). The girl happily uses the superhuman abilities she acquired by luck in life, at school, and on the volleyball court, but those powers also land her in trouble as a war of wizardry rages around her... Fire Magician Bi Yewu (Wu Jing) is desperate to turn back time to change a tragedy in the past, but to do so he needs to bring together the powers of all five elemental wizards. Wood Magician Gu Xinyue (Louis Koo) foresees catastrophe if time is warped, so he alerts the other wizards - including Earth Magician Ling Feng (Wu Chun) and Metal Magician Charlie (Tonny Jan) - to join forces and prevent it from happening...

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    Panorama Overheard (2009) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 93.20 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama Overheard (2009) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 93.20
    One of the biggest Chinese blockbusters of 2009, Overheard is the latest police thriller from writer-directors Alan Mak and Felix Chong, who last collaborated on Lady Cop & Papa Crook. Building from a topic that feels especially relevant in the current economic climate, Overheard opens as a case of financial crime that escalates uncontrollably into violence and devastation. Three of Hong Kong's most popular leading men - Lau Ching Wan (Written), Louis Koo (Connected), and Daniel Wu (Shinjuku Incident) - play morally conflicted cops in this tense, unpredictable crime thriller. Co-produced by Derek Yee, Overheard also gets the top-notch supporting cast of Alex Fong Chung Sun (If You Are The One), Zhang Jingchu (Beast Stalker), Waise Lee (A Better Tomorrow), Lam Ka Wah (Look for a Star), pop idol William Chan in his film debut, and Michael Wong in an over-the-top scene-stealing turn as the nefarious businessman.

    Cops Johnny (Lau Ching Wan), Gene (Louis Koo), and Max (Daniel Wu) are part of a special task force investigating a business firm that engages in financial crimes. While monitoring slimy executive Low (Waise Lee), Gene overhears an illegal stock tip. Street-smart Gene is married with kids, one of whom is battling cancer, and he himself has just been diagnosed with a terminal illness; he desperately wants to leave money behind for his family. Clean-cut Max is soon marrying into an overbearing rich family, and wants to prove himself financially. The two decide to make a gamble, and throw their life savings into the stock. Johnny who's harboring some secrets of his own - he's seeing the estranged wife (Zhang Jingchu) of his superior (Alex Fong) - covers for them. For these three cops who have always played it straight, all it takes is one wrong step to send them into a vicious crime spiral of no return.

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    Panorama Ninja Kids (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 79.90 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama Ninja Kids (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 79.90
    After Yatterman, director Miike Takashi (Crows Zero, Ichi the Killer) brings another beloved children's animated series to life. This time, the prolific director is tackling Nintama Rantaro, about the wacky adventures of young ninjas-in-training. Adorable child star Kato Seishiro stars as the titular character, a young child who leaves home to study at the ninja academy. Just as the versatile director did with his previous anime-inspired films, Miike throws in every visual trick in the book to replicate the anime's style in live-action, including the liberal use of computer graphics, over-the-top makeup, and even a rotating set of a hill! Packed with plenty of irreverent humor that fans know and love, the live-action version of Nintama Rantaro is wild comedy fun for the whole family!

    Finally of age to go to school, young Inadera Rantaro (Kato Seishiro) leaves his parents (Nakamura Shido and Rei Dan) to go to the ninja academy. There, he meets new best friends Shinbe and Kirimaru, and the three get into plenty of misadventures together involving their homeroom teacher Doi, cross-dressing teacher Yamada Yamada, and their headmaster. However, the three young ninjas soon run into a serious crisis when they decide to risk their lives to help defend an elder classmate and his father from an assassination by ninjas of their former clan.

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    Panorama A Story Of Yonosuke (2013) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 93.20 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama A Story Of Yonosuke (2013) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 93.20
    In life, there are some very special people who enter your life for a brief time and leave memories that will last a lifetime. Yokomichi Yonosuke is such a person. Based on the award-winning novel by Yoshida Shuichi, The Story of Yonosuke chronicles a year in the life of a very special young man through the perspectives of those he touched. Kora Kengo (Norwegian Wood) gives the performance of his career as the bright, cheerful and sometimes socially inept titular character. Director/co-scriptwriter Okita Shuichi drops the deadpan humor he used in The Chef of South Polar and Woodsman and the Rain with a genuinely touching film that's also a little bittersweet.

    In 1987, 18 year old Yokomichi Yonosuke (Kora Kengo) moves to Tokyo to attend university. His cheerful and earnest nature quickly helps him become friends with two classmates. His persistence and lack of tact help him bond with cool, fashionable Kato (Ayano Go). Through Kato, Yonosuke also meets Shoko (Yoshitaka Yuriko), an eccentric rich girl who falls head over heels for Yonosuke. From his friends' points of view, we see moments from what would become the most important year in Yonosuke's life, as well as the unforgettable memories that still live in his friends' minds over two decades later.

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    Panorama Go Grandriders (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 93.20
    The distributor of documentaries like KJ and 1428, CNEX is becoming one of the most important driving forces behind documentary filmmaking in the Greater China Region. Their latest success story is Hua Tien Hau's Go Grandriders, a heartwarming documentary about a very special road trip. Initially a 15-minute short film that progressively expanded into a feature-length film over the course of five years, the film follows a group of senior citizens (average age: 81 years old) who embark on an amazing 13-day motorcycle journey around Taiwan. Hua's camera captures the joys, the thrills and the tears in an adventure that shows we're never too old as long as we're young at heart. Moving audiences around the world, Go Grandriders broke the box office record for documentaries in Taiwan and also received an extended theatrical run in Hong Kong.
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    Panorama Outrage Beyond (2012) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 93.20 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama Outrage Beyond (2012) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 93.20
    Outrage Beyond (2012) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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    Panorama Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow? (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 71.00 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow? (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 71.00
    Using the same witty, winsome approach as in 2011's Au Revoir Taipei, Taiwanese director Arvin Chen's Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow deals with the more mature themes of midlife crisis, marital discord and homosexuality. The nine-year marriage of a happily married couple played by Richie Jen and Mavis Fan faces a bottleneck when the wife finds out about her husband's relationship with another man. The film offers a down-to-earth, neutral take on the potentially controversial topic. Convincing performances by Richie Jen, Mavis Fan, Mayday's Stone (Starry Starry Night), Kimi Hsia (Zone Pro Site) and Lawrence Ko (Jump Ashin!) add to the brilliance of the script. Funny fantasy scenes that playfully make references to Korean dramas, junk food and more are another memorable highlight of the film.

    Childhood sweethearts Wei Chung (Richie Jen) and Feng (Mavis Fan) lead a seemingly perfect married life together with their son until Wei Chung meets a younger man (Stephen Wong Kar Lok, L For Love, L For Lies) who awakens the feelings he thought he had long left behind. Feng senses something wrong in their longtime marriage and worries that she could wake up without Wei Chung one day. Wei Chung's sister Mandy (Kimi Hsia) is also at a crossroad she runs away from her fianc San San (Stone) after a trip to an outlet store, putting San San in a confusing and awkward position.

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    Panorama My Lucky Star (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 93.20 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama My Lucky Star (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 93.20
    After Sophie's Revenge ushered in a new era of romantic comedies in Chinese cinema, Zhang Ziyi is back with more love and laughs! Having just won the Best Actress title at the 50th Golden Horse Award with The Grandmaster, the Chinese superstar proves that she can shine in just about any role she takes on. Producing and also starring in this Hollywood-style romantic spy movie, Zhang Ziyi recruited Taiwan singer-actor Leehom Wang to star as her dream man in this prequel directed by American director Dennie Gordon.

    After winning a free trip to Singapore, travel agency employee and amateur cartoonist Sophie (Zhang Ziyi) meets a handsome but mysterious man David (Leehom Wang) in a hotel. A spitting image of the man she drew, Sophie quickly falls in love with David who is actually on a secret spy mission involving a valuable diamond.

    This version includes trailers and making-of.

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    Panorama Mortician (2013) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 22.20
    Mortician is a heartfelt story about life and death wrapped in the package of a horror comedy produced by Man Cheun and director Cub Qian ( Lost on Journey, A Happy Chinese New Year). The film revolves around a timid mortician who lost his ability to laugh, but in his line of work he encounters kindhearted yet odd people who help him become a better person and overcome his childhood fears.

    Due to injuries to his nerve system, orphan Siu Bo (Bao Bei'er) lost his ability to laugh when he was young. Feeling guilty for what happened, his uncle Qing Song (Kim Chim) arranges a position for him in a funeral home in the city. Haunted by what he sees every night there, he braves his fears with the support of his uncle who always reminds him of the meaning of their work for the deceased. Along the way, he also finds a way to cope with death when it finally knocks on his door.

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    Panorama Saving Mother Robot (2014) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 73.20
    Featuring a great cast, writer-director Zhu Jia Lin's (Old Time Photo Studio) big-screen debut Saving Mother Robot is a charming family film about life as seen through the eyes of an over-imaginative eight-year-old.

    Cao Yi (Vivian Hsu, Fire Of Conscience) is a harried single mom who has to juggle taking care of her child Tiger and a very demanding job. Inevitably, her no-room-to-breath lifestyle leaves her faltering in both arenas. Unhappy with her work performance, Cao Yi's tough boss (Eric Tsang, Hello Babies) sends her to assist visiting photographer Xiao Tie (Huang Xiaoming, The White Haired Witch of Lunar Kingdom), who turns out to have a very child-like obsession with UFOs. It's no surprise, then, that the overly pragmatic Cao Yi fails to get along with him, but this changes after Xiao Tie meets a kindred spirit in Tiger. Just as Cao Yi and Xiao Tie begin to warm to one another, Cao Yi starts to display symptoms of illness. Tiger thinks his "Mother Robot" is breaking down, and races to save her with the help of the equally imaginative Xiao Tie.

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    Panorama Ninja Kids!!! Summer Mission Impossible (2013) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 71.00 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama Ninja Kids!!! Summer Mission Impossible (2013) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 71.00
    Kato Seishiro and his fellow Nintamas are back for another live-action adventure! Based on the long-running animated series, Ninja Kids!!! Summer Mission Impossible sees everyone's favorite ninjas-in-training trying to avoid having to complete their summer homework by embarking on an adventure that will save the entire ninja world! Kamen Rider series' Tasaki Ryuta takes over as director in this installment, delivering another hilarious and visually inventive comedy that's great fun for the entire family!

    Rantaro (Kato Seishiro) and his best friends Shinbei and Kirimaru have spent most of their summer vacation having fun instead of doing their summer assignments. However, the trio manages to strike a deal with the headmaster: If they can retrieve the missing Heaven's Sword, then they are exempt from their summer assignments. With the help of their teachers, the boys are off on a great adventure that will teach them far more about how to be a good ninja than any summer assignment.

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    Panorama Snowpiercer (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 71.00
    Based on the French comic Le Transperceneige, acclaimed Korean director Bong Joon Ho's first English-language film Snowpiercer is set in the year 2031 on an Earth engulfed in a second ice age. The only remaining survivors live on the perpetually moving train Snowpiercer, which has developed a cruel, class-stratified system of its own, leading to the poor passengers in the back of the train to plan a revolt. Chris Evans, Ed Harris, Tilda Swinton, Jamie Bell, John Hurt and The Host's Song Kang Ho and Ko Ah Sung star in this spectacular sci-fi blockbuster that thrills with stunning visuals, brutal action and a dystopian vision of the future.

    On Snowpiercer, passengers in first class live in comfort and luxury, while those in the back wallow in hunger, poverty and fear under the iron thumb of Mason (Tilda Swinton), the train's steely second-in-command. Led by Curtis (Chris Evans), a group of insurgents from the back risk it all to push to the front and seize control of the Engine. A different world with different dangers awaits them in every compartment, and at the end is the train's mysterious creator Wilford and the many secrets he holds.

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    Panorama Iceman (2014) (Blu-ray) (3D Special Edition) (Hong Kong Version) at 137.60 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama Iceman (2014) (Blu-ray) (3D Special Edition) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 137.60
    Take a rip-roaring thrill ride through space and time with Donnie Yen in Iceman, the highly anticipated two-part modern update of the 1989 Hong Kong action hit Iceman Cometh. Also serving as co-producer and action director, Yen stars as a Ming Dynasty warrior who wakes up in modern Hong Kong after spending centuries frozen in ice. Sparing no money to pull off a big-scale action fantasy, the filmmakers created multiple large-scale action sequences, including an astonishing grand finale set on Hong Kong's Tsing Ma Bridge (recreated on the old Hong Kong airport's runway) featuring explosive 3D action that must be seen to be believed. Iceman also stars Wang Baoqiang (Lost in Thailand) as another thawed Ming warrior out to capture his former friend, Eva Huang (Sorcerer and the White Snake) as a bar waitress who saves the hero and Simon Yam (The Midnight After) as a police officer with ulterior motives.

    He Ying (Donnie Yen) is a loyal bodyguard of the Ming Dynasty. While returning from a mission in India, he is accused of working with Japanese pirates by comrade-in-arms Sao (Wang Baoqiang). During the ensuing chase, an avalanche buries He Ying, Sao and other soldiers, keeping them frozen in ice for centuries. In 2014, a mysterious man orders He Ying and Sao to be brought to Hong Kong and resurrected. However, a traffic accident causes He Ying to return to life prematurely. While He Ying roams the city like a fish out of water, Sao has also been resurrected and is determine to make He Ying pay for his crimes. With the help of a kind bar waitress (Eva Huang), He Ying sets out to evade capture and clear his name.

    This edition features the 3D version only. It includes making of and trailers.

    Note: A 3D Blu-ray player, a 3D television and 3D glasses are required to watch the 3D version of the film.

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    Panorama 7 Assassins (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 102.10 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama 7 Assassins (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 102.10
    To pay tribute to 60s Hong Kong action films, director Xiong Xinxin gathers more than 20 Hong Kong actors including Eric Tsang, Felix Wong, Gigi Leung, Kara Hui, Ray Liu, Ti Lung and Simon Yam for the intense period drama Seven Assassins. The story revolves around a group of forgotten heroes in the Qing Dynasty. Famed action star Ti Lung reenacts the famous kung fu sequences seen in a number of his Shaw Brothers movies while Gigi Leung plays opposite Eric Tsang, who plays the admirer who saves her life.
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    Panorama The Little House (2014) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 93.20 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama The Little House (2014) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 93.20
    Still going strong at the age of 82, veteran director Yamada Yoji tells a small story in a turbulent period with The Little House. Based on a novel by Nakajima Kyoko, this heartrending drama chronicles a taboo love affair set in the late 1930s, at the eve of the Sino-Japanese War. In a performance that earned her a Silver Bear for Best Actress at the Berlin Film Festival, Kuroki Haru stars as Taki, a young girl from the countryside who moves to Tokyo to become a maid for the Hirai Family. During Taki's time there, she witnesses a burgeoning extramarital affair between family matriarch Tokiko (Matsu Takako) and Shoji (Yoshioka Hidetaka), a new employee at her husband's toy manufacturing company. With moral pressure from society and the threat of impending war closing in, Tokiko is forced to make a choice.
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    Panorama A-1 (2004) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 93.20 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama A-1 (2004) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 93.20
    In this media-obsessed world where information can be obtained from so many sources, what news contain the "truth" and what qualifies to be the daily A-1headline? The star-studded cast of Angelica Lee, Anthony Wong, Tony Leung Ka Fai, and Edison Chen join forces to find the truth behind the story! Co-directed by Gordon Chan and Chung Kai Cheung and produced by Fruit Chan, A-1 tackles the media in a realistic light, exploring the intricate connections between media, law, and crime. Refreshing and thought-provoking, A1 takes on the Hong Kong media, where getting to the truth behind a news story can not only be difficult, but also dangerous!

    Angelica Lee stars as fashion and trend reporter Ling, whose boyfriend dies in a car accident a day after their breakup. Anthony Wong and Eric Kot play debt collectors who help her seek the truth behind her boyfriend's suspicious death. Ling discovers that her boyfriend was investigating a case involving a millionaire's son, who is on the verge of acquiring the newspaper she is working at. Ling's editor-in-chief (Tony Leung Ka Fai) also begins to act strangely, insisting that she drop the investigation. Was her boyfriend murdered and is her editor trying to suppress the truth?

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    Panorama Utopians (2016) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 42.10 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama Utopians (2016) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 42.10
    Written, produced and directed by Scud (Amphetamine, Permanent Residence), Utopians continues the Hong Kong indie provocateur's style of queer art films that boldly embrace graphic sexuality and male nudity. Screened at the 2016 Hong Kong Lesbian & Gay Film Festival, Scud's sixth film follows a young man of conservative upbringing and his sexual awakening after he finds himself strangely drawn to a male professor. On this journey of love, passion and self-discovery, the literature-loving youth often feels like his world parallels the literary world of Japanese author Mishima Yukio.
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    Panorama So I Married My Anti-fan (2016) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 128.70 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama So I Married My Anti-fan (2016) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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    EXO's Chan Yeol makes his Chinese film debut in the romantic comedy So I Married My Anti-fan! Directed by Kim Jae Young (Queen of the Night), the Korean-Chinese production co-starring Yuan Shanshan (Palace II) is based on Jiwan's comic about a top star's evolving relationship with his biggest anti-fan. Girls' Generation member Seo Hyun and Chinese actor Jiang Chao (Tiny Times) also appear in the film.

    Reporter Miao Miao (Yuan Shanshan) happens upon an ambiguous meeting between popular Korean star Hoo Joon (Chan Yeol) with his old flame Ai Lin (Seo Hyun) and she snaps a picture with her camera phone. However, Hoo Joon catches her in the act and gets her fired. Angry and unemployed, she turns into Hoo Joon's biggest anti-fan, unleashing her rage in online comments and petty protests. Miao Miao's outrageous actions get her invited onto a reality show that pairs her as a road manager for Hoo Joon! The stage is set for fighting and sabotage, but while working together, the two begin to develop feelings for each other.

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    Panorama Sword Master (2016) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 128.70 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama Sword Master (2016) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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    Before he became one of Hong Kong's best directors, Derek Yee began his career as a Shaw Brothers star, shooting to fame at the age of 19 through the 1977 swordplay film Death Duel based on Gu Long's novel Sword of the Third Young Master. Nearly four decades later, Yee brings a new adaptation of the wuxia tale, this time as director. To reinvent the period action epic with 3D technology, Yee enlisted the expertise of Tsui Hark who co-wrote and produced Sword Master, while Yuen Bun and Dion Lam handled the action choreography.

    Lin Gengxin (The Taking of Tiger Mountain) steps into the role that Yee once played, Third Master Xie, the greatest swordsman in the land. Tired of a life of bloodshed, he retires from the martial arts world, disguising himself as a servant at a brothel. Meanwhile, top swordsman Yan (Peter Ho, The Monkey King), whose days are numbered by illness, seeks a duel with Third Master to prove himself at all costs. Third Master's vengeful jilted lover Murong Qiudi (Jiang Yiyan, The Four) also unleashes a bloodbath in order to force Third Master to take up his sword again.

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    Panorama Sword Master (2016) (Blu-ray) (3D) (Hong Kong Version) at 146.50 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama Sword Master (2016) (Blu-ray) (3D) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 146.50
    Before he became one of Hong Kong's best directors, Derek Yee began his career as a Shaw Brothers star, shooting to fame at the age of 19 through the 1977 swordplay film Death Duel based on Gu Long's novel Sword of the Third Young Master. Nearly four decades later, Yee brings a new adaptation of the wuxia tale, this time as director. To reinvent the period action epic with 3D technology, Yee enlisted the expertise of Tsui Hark who co-wrote and produced Sword Master, while Yuen Bun and Dion Lam handled the action choreography.

    Lin Gengxin (The Taking of Tiger Mountain) steps into the role that Yee once played, Third Master Xie, the greatest swordsman in the land. Tired of a life of bloodshed, he retires from the martial arts world, disguising himself as a servant at a brothel. Meanwhile, top swordsman Yan (Peter Ho, The Monkey King), whose days are numbered by illness, seeks a duel with Third Master to prove himself at all costs. Third Master's vengeful jilted lover Murong Qiudi (Jiang Yiyan, The Four) also unleashes a bloodbath in order to force Third Master to take up his sword again.

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    Panorama Soundless Wind Chime (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 95.40 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama Soundless Wind Chime (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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    Director Kit Hung (I Am Not What You Want) tells a subtly romantic tale in his feature film debut Soundless Wind Chime. Often compared to Wong Kar Wai's Happy Together and Stanley Kwan's Lan Yu, the indie gay film has played favorably to the arthouse audience worldwide and enjoyed considerable success in international film festivals such as Berlin and LGBT film festivals in Turin, Madrid, Vancouver, San Francisco, and New York City. Alternating between reality and memories, Hong Kong and Switzerland, the film narrative concerns the love and death in the relationship between Beijing boy Ricky (Lu Yulai, Peacock) and his Swiss swain Pascal (Bernhard Bulling), two strangers who meet in the strange landscape of Hong Kong. Hung fills the frames with picturesque cinematography and conveys powerful emotions in a subdued manner, making it a semi-biographical story of pure love that is able to resonate with its audience regardless of their sexual orientation or racial background.
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    Panorama Au Revoir Taipei (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 113.20 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama Au Revoir Taipei (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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    Au Revoir Taipei marks the feature film debut of American-born writer-director Arvin Chen, whose thesis film in film school earned him an award at the Berlin Film Festival. An eccentric mix of romance and chase film that showcases Taipei's charming nightlife, Au Revoir Taipei takes a large cast of characters and puts them on a crazy adventure that happens over the course of one night. But beneath the manic chase lies a sweet love story between emerging Taiwanese pop star Amber Kuo and Jack Yao, making its Valentine's Day world premiere at the Berlin Film Festival all the more appropriate. The Wim Wenders-produced film earned critical acclaim worldwide (including the Best Asian Film prize at Berlin), and its opening weekend gross in Taiwan even eclipsed the opening weekends of Cape No. 7 and Hear Me.

    Kai (Jack Yao) sits in a bookstore every night studying French books in hopes of visiting his girlfriend in Paris. Instead, he catches the attention of shop worker Susie (Amber Kuo). One night, gangster Brother Bao (Frankie Gao), a frequent customer of Kai's family-run noodle shop, offers Kai the money to go to Paris under the condition that Kai transports some "cargo" for him. The night before he leaves, Kai runs into Susie at the night market just as the police - led by Yong (Joseph Chang, Prince of Tears) - and various shady characters all go after Kai for his mysterious cargo. This sends Kai and Susie off on an exciting adventure through the streets of Taipei in a night they'll never forget.

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    Panorama Bayside Shakedown The Movie 2 (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 133.20 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama Bayside Shakedown The Movie 2 (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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    Oda Yuji returns to one of his most popular roles in the explosive police comedy-thriller Bayside Shakedown 2, now on Blu-ray disc! Series director Katsuyuki Motohiro and the rest of the original cast return for this exciting sequel, which still holds the record for the highest-grossing Japanese film ever. The Wangan precinct is yet again under crisis, as officer Shunsuke Aoshima (Oda Yuji) and his fellow have to team up with the elite detectives from the MPD (Metropolitan Police Department) to catch a group of ruthless serial killers, a family of pickpockets, and a "vampire" attacking young girls in the neighborhood!

    This edition features the Japanese theatrical version of the film.

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    Panorama The Drunkard (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 71.00 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama The Drunkard (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 71.00
    One of Hong Kong's most acclaimed authors, Liu Yi-chang has influenced a generation of Hong Kong artists that includes director Wong Kar Wai. Dubbed the first stream of consciousness style novel in Chinese literature, Liu's landmark 1962 novel The Drunkard has finally made into a film by veteran cultural figure Freddie Wong. In his directorial debut, Wong offers a surprisingly authentic recreation of 1960s Hong Kong that serves as the setting for his mesmerizing vision of Liu's masterpiece. John Chang (Edward Yang's A Brighter Summer Day) delivers a brilliant performance as a talented writer who goes on a path of self-destruction filled with alcohol and women. Alongside the veteran actor is Hong Kong indie queen Joman Chiang, who turns in the highlight of her career with a daring dual-role performance.

    Lau (John Chang) may love to indulge in a bit of alcohol and womanizing, but he's also a serious writer who's respected by his colleagues in the cultural world. However, his work is getting less and less respect from his commercial-minded editor, who forces Lau to write action-filled wuxia serials and erotic stories. After an attempt at a tasteful, cultural magazine fails, Lau succumbs to the commercial reality and writes practically anything to survive. Haunted by his memories of World War II and his professional failures, Lau falls even deeper into his addiction of drink and woman

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    Panorama Sex & Zen: Extreme Ecstasy (Blu-ray) (2D Theatrical Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 93.20 MYR from YesAsia
    Panorama Sex & Zen: Extreme Ecstasy (Blu-ray) (2D Theatrical Version) (Hong Kong Version)
    RM 93.20
    The movie everyone's talking about finally comes to Blu-ray!

    Billed as "the world's first 3D erotic film", Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy is arguably one of, if not the most anticipated Chinese film of the year, generating an unprecedented level of curiosity among adult film aficionados worldwide. The Category-III Hong Kong production is basically a remake of the 1991 big-screen adaptation of the classical Chinese erotica The Carnal Prayer Mat. Filmed with the latest 3D technology, the highly anticipated update from the original's producer Stephen Shiu seeks to deliver a sensual cinematic experience like never before, and its humongous success at the box office is expected to usher in a new wave of softcore entertainment at the multiplexes.

    Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy features a great deal of spicy sex scenes and titillating full-frontal nudity courtesy of Mainland seductress Lan Yan, sexy Hong Kong starlet Vonnie Lui, and Japanese adult video idols Hara Saori and Suo Yukiko. The juicy costume drama's hero and villain are played by Hayama Hiro (Break Up Club) and character actor Tony Ho, respectively, and through their sexual exploits the film serves up a campy, violent, and orgiastic adventure that ultimately affirms the value of true love.

    Set in Ming-dynasty China, the film follows young scholar Wei Yangsheng (Hayama Hiro) as he falls for beautiful maiden Tie Yuxiang (Lan Yan) at first sight. Much in love as they are, their married life isn't all that, and soon the sexually frustrated Wei is invited as a guest to Prince Ning's (Tony Ho) "Pavilion of Extreme Ecstasy", where a whole harem of naked nymphs are kept to satisfy men's wildest fantasies. Wei begins to lose himself in lustful pursuits, and at the referral of the "Elder of Bliss" (Vonnie Lui), he even goes to the extreme of getting a donkey organ transplant to enhance his tiny manhood. There is an inconvenient side effect: the lecherous scholar becomes so indulged in carnal pleasure that he fails to see the deadly trap set up for him...

    2D Theatrical Version comes with 23 minutes of special features including commentaries, trailers, and several making-of featurettes.

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