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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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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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Independent Hong Kong filmmaker Scud serves up the second act of his "Limits Trilogy". Exploring the limits of passion in relation to homosexual romance, Amphetamine managed to raise even more controversies than its infamous predecessor Permanent Residence did, thanks to its liberal amount of full-frontal male nudity, depiction of drug use, and explicit sex scenes. In particular, a violent sodomy scene had to be cut in order to get a theatrical release under the Category-III rating. That scene is fully restored for this video release. With Lawrence Lau as co-director and Heiward Mak on editing, Scud's Amphetamine was screened at the 2010 Berlin International Film Festival, and chosen as the closing film of the 34th Hong Kong International Film Festival. Former TVB actor Byron Pang (The Storm Warriors) and Chinese-British actor Thomas Price (City Without Baseball) are both newcomers in films, yet they both give daring performances as two men drawn into love and despair after a fateful encounter. The film co-stars actress Winnie Leung (The Forbidden Legend: Sex and Chopsticks II).
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Independent Hong Kong filmmaker Scud serves up the second act of his "Limits Trilogy". Exploring the limits of passion in relation to homosexual romance, Amphetamine managed to raise even more controversies than its infamous predecessor Permanent Residence did, thanks to its liberal amount of full-frontal male nudity, depiction of drug use, and explicit sex scenes. In particular, a violent sodomy scene had to be cut in order to get a theatrical release under the Category-III rating. That scene is fully restored for this video release. With Lawrence Lau as co-director and Heiward Mak on editing, Scud's Amphetamine was screened at the 2010 Berlin International Film Festival, and chosen as the closing film of the 34th Hong Kong International Film Festival. Former TVB actor Byron Pang (The Storm Warriors) and Chinese-British actor Thomas Price (City Without Baseball) are both newcomers in films, yet they both give daring performances as two men drawn into love and despair after a fateful encounter. The film co-stars actress Winnie Leung (The Forbidden Legend: Sex and Chopsticks II).
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Inner Senses and Koma director Law Chi Leung delivers his latest macabre tale with Curse of the Deserted. Probably Hong Kong's most in-demand actor right now, Shawn Yu (Love in a Puff, the upcoming Child's Eye) stars opposite CJ7 actress Kitty Zhang (playing three roles) in the hauntingly romantic suspense thriller based on the novel of the same title by Cai Jun. In fact, two other bestsellers (The Deserted Inn and Naraka 19) from the popular Mainland novelist were previously adapted into films, and some of the plots and characters in his spine-chilling novels do overlap with each other's. Based on his experience visiting a remote village, novelist Guo Jing (Shawn Yu) publishes a new story titled "Deserted Village" about an undying love that transcends life, death, and time. Intrigued by his tale, four inquisitive college kids set off on an expedition to the mysterious village despite Guo's warning, and when they come back, a series of inexplicable and terrifying events happen to them. Meanwhile, an enigmatic woman (Kitty Zhang) warns Guo of the deadly consequence of exposing the secret of the village. Still, the curious writer takes it upon himself to unravel the thousand-year-old mystery surrounding the haunted village... Hong Kong Version VCD comes with Mandarin/Cantonese bilingual soundtrack featuring Cantonese dubbing by Karena Lam, Liu Kai Chi, and Soi Cheang.
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Inner Senses and Koma director Law Chi Leung delivers his latest macabre tale with Curse of the Deserted. Probably Hong Kong's most in-demand actor right now, Shawn Yu (Love in a Puff, the upcoming Child's Eye) stars opposite CJ7 actress Kitty Zhang (playing three roles) in the hauntingly romantic suspense thriller based on the novel of the same title by Cai Jun. In fact, two other bestsellers (The Deserted Inn and Naraka 19) from the popular Mainland novelist were previously adapted into films, and some of the plots and characters in his spine-chilling novels do overlap with each other's. Based on his experience visiting a remote village, novelist Guo Jing (Shawn Yu) publishes a new story titled "Deserted Village" about an undying love that transcends life, death, and time. Intrigued by his tale, four inquisitive college kids set off on an expedition to the mysterious village despite Guo's warning, and when they come back, a series of inexplicable and terrifying events happen to them. Meanwhile, an enigmatic woman (Kitty Zhang) warns Guo of the deadly consequence of exposing the secret of the village. Still, the curious writer takes it upon himself to unravel the thousand-year-old mystery surrounding the haunted village... Hong Kong Version VCD comes with Mandarin/Cantonese bilingual soundtrack featuring Cantonese dubbing by Karena Lam, Liu Kai Chi, and Soi Cheang.
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Panorama The Ice Storm (VCD) (Panorama Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 350.00 PHP from YesAsia
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Panorama Curse Of The Deserted (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 1100.00 PHP from YesAsia
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Inner Senses and Koma director Law Chi Leung delivers his latest macabre tale with Curse of the Deserted. Probably Hong Kong's most in-demand actor right now, Shawn Yue (Love in a Puff, the upcoming Child's Eye) stars opposite CJ7 actress Kitty Zhang (playing three roles) in the hauntingly romantic suspense thriller based on the novel of the same title by Cai Jun. In fact, two other bestsellers (The Deserted Inn and Naraka 19) from the popular Mainland novelist were previously adapted into films, and some of the plots and characters in his spine-chilling novels overlap with each other's.e Based on his experience visiting a remote village, novelist Guo Jing (Shawn Yue) publishes a new story titled "Deserted Village" about an undying love that transcends life, death, and time. Intrigued by his tale, four inquisitive college kids set off on an expedition to the mysterious village despite Guo's warning, and when they come back, a series of inexplicable and terrifying events happen to them. Meanwhile, an enigmatic woman (Kitty Zhang) warns Guo of the deadly consequence of exposing the secret of the village. Still, the curious writer takes it upon himself to unravel the thousand-year-old mystery surrounding the haunted village... Hong Kong Version Blu-ray comes with Mandarin/Cantonese bilingual soundtrack featuring Cantonese dubbing by Karena Lam, Liu Kai Chi, and Soi Cheang. It also includes special features like cast interviews and making-of.
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Inner Senses and Koma director Law Chi Leung delivers his latest macabre tale with Curse of the Deserted. Probably Hong Kong's most in-demand actor right now, Shawn Yue (Love in a Puff, the upcoming Child's Eye) stars opposite CJ7 actress Kitty Zhang (playing three roles) in the hauntingly romantic suspense thriller based on the novel of the same title by Cai Jun. In fact, two other bestsellers (The Deserted Inn and Naraka 19) from the popular Mainland novelist were previously adapted into films, and some of the plots and characters in his spine-chilling novels overlap with each other's.e Based on his experience visiting a remote village, novelist Guo Jing (Shawn Yue) publishes a new story titled "Deserted Village" about an undying love that transcends life, death, and time. Intrigued by his tale, four inquisitive college kids set off on an expedition to the mysterious village despite Guo's warning, and when they come back, a series of inexplicable and terrifying events happen to them. Meanwhile, an enigmatic woman (Kitty Zhang) warns Guo of the deadly consequence of exposing the secret of the village. Still, the curious writer takes it upon himself to unravel the thousand-year-old mystery surrounding the haunted village... Hong Kong Version Blu-ray comes with Mandarin/Cantonese bilingual soundtrack featuring Cantonese dubbing by Karena Lam, Liu Kai Chi, and Soi Cheang. It also includes special features like cast interviews and making-of.
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Panorama Blood & Chocolate (2007) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 1225.00 PHP from YesAsia
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Originally written in 1967, Tsutsui Yasutaka's sci-fi novel Toki wo Kakeru Shojo has been adapted multiple times in multiple formats. Over 30 years later, director Taniguchi Masaaki and screenwriter Sugeno Tomoe - working with Tsutsui's blessing - brings the story to live-action feature film for the third time with a continuation of the original story. Taking place 30 years later, the 2010 version of Toki wo Kakeru Shojo follows the time traveling adventure of the original protagonist's daughter, played by the 2006 animated spin-off version's lead voice actress Naka Riisa. The new film takes the new heroine to the time period of the novel, telling an independent story that also adds and references to its source material, making it a worthy addition to the franchise rather than a remake of it. It's been 30 years since Yoshiyama Kazuko (Yasuda Narumi), the heroine of the original novel, had her time traveling adventure, and she has grown up to be a researcher still looking for a formula that will enable people to travel time. However, a car accident sends her into a coma, and her daughter Akari (Naka Riisa) hears a story from a family friend about her mother's first love in the 1970s. Believing that bringing him to the present might help her mother wake up, Akari follows the formula and travels back in time, except she ends up landing two years later than she was supposed to. Instead of finding her mother's first love, she meets college student Ryota (Nakao Akiyoshi), who decides to help Akari on her search. Along the way, a romance begins to develop between the two, but Akari knows that she eventually has to return to 2010 and leave Ryota behind.
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Originally written in 1967, Tsutsui Yasutaka's sci-fi novel Toki wo Kakeru Shojo has been adapted multiple times in multiple formats. Over 30 years later, director Taniguchi Masaaki and screenwriter Sugeno Tomoe - working with Tsutsui's blessing - brings the story to live-action feature film for the third time with a continuation of the original story. Taking place 30 years later, the 2010 version of Toki wo Kakeru Shojo follows the time traveling adventure of the original protagonist's daughter, played by the 2006 animated spin-off version's lead voice actress Naka Riisa. The new film takes the new heroine to the time period of the novel, telling an independent story that also adds and references to its source material, making it a worthy addition to the franchise rather than a remake of it. It's been 30 years since Yoshiyama Kazuko (Yasuda Narumi), the heroine of the original novel, had her time traveling adventure, and she has grown up to be a researcher still looking for a formula that will enable people to travel time. However, a car accident sends her into a coma, and her daughter Akari (Naka Riisa) hears a story from a family friend about her mother's first love in the 1970s. Believing that bringing him to the present might help her mother wake up, Akari follows the formula and travels back in time, except she ends up landing two years later than she was supposed to. Instead of finding her mother's first love, she meets college student Ryota (Nakao Akiyoshi), who decides to help Akari on her search. Along the way, a romance begins to develop between the two, but Akari knows that she eventually has to return to 2010 and leave Ryota behind.
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After directing the award-winning Always - Sunset on Third Street series, Yamazaki Takashi goes back even further in time with the time-travel jidaigeki war drama Ballad - Namonaki Koi no Uta. Inspired by an adventure from Crayon Shin-Chan, the story is presented through the eyes of a mischievous young boy, played by Takei Akashi, who time travels back to the Warring States era. SMAP's Kusanagi Tsuyoshi (Sinking of Japan), Aragaki Yui (Koizora), and Osawa Takao (Midnight Eagle) form a fated romantic triangle that leads to feudal war. As can be expected from Yamazaki, special effects are integrated organically into Ballad to re-envision Sengoku era Japan and to create the film's impressive war scenes. General Ijiri of Kasuga (Kusanaga Tsuyoshi) is a fierce warrior whose bravery on the battlefield has earned him the title of "demon". In matters of love, however, he can neither advance nor retreat. Ijiri and Princess Ren (Aragaki Yui) have been in love since their youth, but they are held back by class differences. To protect her clan, Ren acquiesces to marrying powerful warlord Okurai of Kitiganto (Osawa Takao) - until an accidental visitor from the future changes her mind. Enraged by her betrayal, Okurai wages war against Kasuga. This edition also comes with the Cantonese version of the film, featuring the voices of Patrick Tam, Johnson Lee, and Ava
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After directing the award-winning Always - Sunset on Third Street series, Yamazaki Takashi goes back even further in time with the time-travel jidaigeki war drama Ballad - Namonaki Koi no Uta. Inspired by an adventure from Crayon Shin-Chan, the story is presented through the eyes of a mischievous young boy, played by Takei Akashi, who time travels back to the Warring States era. SMAP's Kusanagi Tsuyoshi (Sinking of Japan), Aragaki Yui (Koizora), and Osawa Takao (Midnight Eagle) form a fated romantic triangle that leads to feudal war. As can be expected from Yamazaki, special effects are integrated organically into Ballad to re-envision Sengoku era Japan and to create the film's impressive war scenes. General Ijiri of Kasuga (Kusanaga Tsuyoshi) is a fierce warrior whose bravery on the battlefield has earned him the title of "demon". In matters of love, however, he can neither advance nor retreat. Ijiri and Princess Ren (Aragaki Yui) have been in love since their youth, but they are held back by class differences. To protect her clan, Ren acquiesces to marrying powerful warlord Okurai of Kitiganto (Osawa Takao) - until an accidental visitor from the future changes her mind. Enraged by her betrayal, Okurai wages war against Kasuga. This edition also comes with the Cantonese version of the film, featuring the voices of Patrick Tam, Johnson Lee, and Ava
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Panorama Roadkill (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 350.00 PHP from YesAsia
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Panorama Magic To Win (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 350.00 PHP from YesAsia
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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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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 Wasao (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 400.00 PHP from YesAsia
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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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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 The Rebound (2009) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 350.00 PHP from YesAsia
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Panorama Wasao (2011) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 1325.00 PHP from YesAsia
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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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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 From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money (1999) (Blu-ray) (Collector's Series) (Hong Kong Version) at 1225.00 PHP from YesAsia
Panorama From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money (1999) (Blu-ray) (Collector's Series) (Hong Kong Version)
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From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money (1999) (Blu-ray) (Collector's Series) (Hong Kong Version)
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From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money (1999) (VCD) (Collector's Series) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Everything Must Go (2010) (VCD) (Hong Kong Versio) at 350.00 PHP from YesAsia
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Screened at the 2009 Pusan Film Festival and the 2010 Sundance Film Festival, Lim Woo Seong's acclaimed feature debut Vegetarian is a dark and evocative exploration of one woman's depression and derailing. Based on a short story by Han Gang, the psychological drama revolves around troubled housewife Yeong Hye (Chae Min Seo, The Loner), who suddenly becomes a vegetarian. Haunted by nightmares, she becomes increasingly fixated with purging meat from the household, alienating herself from her husband and her family. The one person who can reach Yeong Hye is her brother-in-law Min Ho (Kim Hyun Sung, Puzzle), a body painting artist suffering from a creative slump of his own. In Yeong Hye's pain, he finds passion, inspiration, and transformation. Leading lady Chae Min Seo, who drew media attention for appearing nude in the picture, had to go on a strict diet in real life to lose eight kilograms to correspond with her character's physical deterioration.
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Screened at the 2009 Pusan Film Festival and the 2010 Sundance Film Festival, Lim Woo Seong's acclaimed feature debut Vegetarian is a dark and evocative exploration of one woman's depression and derailing. Based on a short story by Han Gang, the psychological drama revolves around troubled housewife Yeong Hye (Chae Min Seo, The Loner), who suddenly becomes a vegetarian. Haunted by nightmares, she becomes increasingly fixated with purging meat from the household, alienating herself from her husband and her family. The one person who can reach Yeong Hye is her brother-in-law Min Ho (Kim Hyun Sung, Puzzle), a body painting artist suffering from a creative slump of his own. In Yeong Hye's pain, he finds passion, inspiration, and transformation. Leading lady Chae Min Seo, who drew media attention for appearing nude in the picture, had to go on a strict diet in real life to lose eight kilograms to correspond with her character's physical deterioration.
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After taking two lovers on a journey through Beijing in Lovers On The Road, independent filmmaker Jessey Tsang brings that journey of discovery home with her sophomore film Big Blue Lake. The story of an actress returning home to redeem her past sins, Tsang shot most of her exquisite drama at her home village of Ho Chung, a small, quiet rural area that is rarely seen in Hong Kong. A director of both narrative and documentary films, Tsang cast professional actors like Leila Tong and Lawrence Chou alongside real Ho Chung residents in the film - including her own father - to enhance the realist nature of the film. One of the most acclaimed Hong Kong independent films of 2011, Big Blue Lake has been screened at film festivals around the world, and Tsang was nominated for the Best New Filmmaker award at the Hong Kong Film Awards for her work. Lai Yee (Leila Tong) returns to her quiet rural village home in Hong Kong after an attempt at a career in Mainland China ends in failure. Having spent many years away, Lai Yee is shocked to discover that her mother (Amy Chum) is showing early symptoms of Alzheimer's, and her siblings have moved away. While she struggles to readjust to the village life, Lai Yee's former classmate Lin Jin (Lawrence Chou) comes back into her life. Together, they explore lost memories, a chance at love, and the mystical Big Blue Lake that will give them courage to start anew.
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After taking two lovers on a journey through Beijing in Lovers On The Road, independent filmmaker Jessey Tsang brings that journey of discovery home with her sophomore film Big Blue Lake. The story of an actress returning home to redeem her past sins, Tsang shot most of her exquisite drama at her home village of Ho Chung, a small, quiet rural area that is rarely seen in Hong Kong. A director of both narrative and documentary films, Tsang cast professional actors like Leila Tong and Lawrence Chou alongside real Ho Chung residents in the film - including her own father - to enhance the realist nature of the film. One of the most acclaimed Hong Kong independent films of 2011, Big Blue Lake has been screened at film festivals around the world, and Tsang was nominated for the Best New Filmmaker award at the Hong Kong Film Awards for her work. Lai Yee (Leila Tong) returns to her quiet rural village home in Hong Kong after an attempt at a career in Mainland China ends in failure. Having spent many years away, Lai Yee is shocked to discover that her mother (Amy Chum) is showing early symptoms of Alzheimer's, and her siblings have moved away. While she struggles to readjust to the village life, Lai Yee's former classmate Lin Jin (Lawrence Chou) comes back into her life. Together, they explore lost memories, a chance at love, and the mystical Big Blue Lake that will give them courage to start anew.
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Panorama Big Blue Lake (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 350.00 PHP from YesAsia
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After taking two lovers on a journey through Beijing in Lovers On The Road, independent filmmaker Jessey Tsang brings that journey of discovery home with her sophomore film Big Blue Lake. The story of an actress returning home to redeem her past sins, Tsang shot most of her exquisite drama at her home village of Ho Chung, a small, quiet rural area that is rarely seen in Hong Kong. A director of both narrative and documentary films, Tsang cast professional actors like Leila Tong and Lawrence Chou alongside real Ho Chung residents in the film - including her own father - to enhance the realist nature of the film. One of the most acclaimed Hong Kong independent films of 2011, Big Blue Lake has been screened at film festivals around the world, and Tsang was nominated for the Best New Filmmaker award at the Hong Kong Film Awards for her work. Lai Yee (Leila Tong) returns to her quiet rural village home in Hong Kong after an attempt at a career in Mainland China ends in failure. Having spent many years away, Lai Yee is shocked to discover that her mother (Amy Chum) is showing early symptoms of Alzheimer's, and her siblings have moved away. While she struggles to readjust to the village life, Lai Yee's former classmate Lin Jin (Lawrence Chou) comes back into her life. Together, they explore lost memories, a chance at love, and the mystical Big Blue Lake that will give them courage to start anew.
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After taking two lovers on a journey through Beijing in Lovers On The Road, independent filmmaker Jessey Tsang brings that journey of discovery home with her sophomore film Big Blue Lake. The story of an actress returning home to redeem her past sins, Tsang shot most of her exquisite drama at her home village of Ho Chung, a small, quiet rural area that is rarely seen in Hong Kong. A director of both narrative and documentary films, Tsang cast professional actors like Leila Tong and Lawrence Chou alongside real Ho Chung residents in the film - including her own father - to enhance the realist nature of the film. One of the most acclaimed Hong Kong independent films of 2011, Big Blue Lake has been screened at film festivals around the world, and Tsang was nominated for the Best New Filmmaker award at the Hong Kong Film Awards for her work. Lai Yee (Leila Tong) returns to her quiet rural village home in Hong Kong after an attempt at a career in Mainland China ends in failure. Having spent many years away, Lai Yee is shocked to discover that her mother (Amy Chum) is showing early symptoms of Alzheimer's, and her siblings have moved away. While she struggles to readjust to the village life, Lai Yee's former classmate Lin Jin (Lawrence Chou) comes back into her life. Together, they explore lost memories, a chance at love, and the mystical Big Blue Lake that will give them courage to start anew.
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Panorama Flying Swords of Dragon Gate (2011) (Blu-ray) (Single Disc Edition) (Hong Kong Version) at 175.00 PHP from YesAsia
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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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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 Finding Neverland (2004) (VCD) (Panorama Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 350.00 PHP from YesAsia
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Panorama Carnage (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 350.00 PHP from YesAsia
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Break Up Club director Barbara Wong and writer-producer Lawrence Cheng are back to break your heart with The Allure of Tears. Featuring Richie Jen, Gigi Leung, Aarif Lee (Echoes of the Rainbow), idol-drama queen Joe Chen, and Under the Hawthorn Tree new stars Shawn Dou and Zhou Dongyu, the poignantly romantic melodrama consists of a trilogy of standalone tales about life, dreams, and the often futile pursuit of happiness. Though they vary in tone and theme, the subtly connected storylines wield enough emotional power to drive home the message - cherish your loved ones before it's too late. Young leukemia patient Xili Mei (Zhou Dongyu) befriends You Le (Aarif Lee), an angry rich kid being treated for brain tumor at her hospital. Her optimism inspires in him a renewed passion for life, as well as a budding romance destined for tragedy... In a bid to organize a fundraising concert to save their music academy from bankruptcy, Ding Dake (Richie Jen) is reunited with fellow alumnus Yang Lin (Gigi Leung), a world-famous violinist who abruptly retired three years ago after an accident left her half deaf... Chen Sheng (Shawn Dou) and Zhang Cai (Joe Chen) are a couple very much in love but forced apart by harsh circumstances. To fight for their future, Chen struggles to make his career away from home, but when he returns three years later, their future is but a shattered dream...
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Break Up Club director Barbara Wong and writer-producer Lawrence Cheng are back to break your heart with The Allure of Tears. Featuring Richie Jen, Gigi Leung, Aarif Lee (Echoes of the Rainbow), idol-drama queen Joe Chen, and Under the Hawthorn Tree new stars Shawn Dou and Zhou Dongyu, the poignantly romantic melodrama consists of a trilogy of standalone tales about life, dreams, and the often futile pursuit of happiness. Though they vary in tone and theme, the subtly connected storylines wield enough emotional power to drive home the message - cherish your loved ones before it's too late. Young leukemia patient Xili Mei (Zhou Dongyu) befriends You Le (Aarif Lee), an angry rich kid being treated for brain tumor at her hospital. Her optimism inspires in him a renewed passion for life, as well as a budding romance destined for tragedy... In a bid to organize a fundraising concert to save their music academy from bankruptcy, Ding Dake (Richie Jen) is reunited with fellow alumnus Yang Lin (Gigi Leung), a world-famous violinist who abruptly retired three years ago after an accident left her half deaf... Chen Sheng (Shawn Dou) and Zhang Cai (Joe Chen) are a couple very much in love but forced apart by harsh circumstances. To fight for their future, Chen struggles to make his career away from home, but when he returns three years later, their future is but a shattered dream...
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Panorama Neverland (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 350.00 PHP from YesAsia
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Panorama Paco and the Magical Book (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 450.00 PHP from YesAsia
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Memories of Matsuko and Kamikaze Girls director Nakashima Tetsuya delights audiences and critics alike with the colorful tragicomedy Paco and the Magical Picture Book. Inspired by Goto Hirohito's play, Paco and the Magical Picture Book is ostensibly a children's film, but in the same way that Roald Dahl and Grimm's fairy tales are meant for kids. Spelling gloom and tragedy amidst campy comedy, fantastical elements, and family-friendly fun, the film follows the once-upon-a-time adventures of an orphan girl living at a very odd hospital. Just like in Memories of Matsuko, Nakashima overwhelms the senses with amazing production design and cinematography, wrapping pathos in glossy fairy-tale sets, bright art direction, eye-popping CG animation, and gung-ho musical sequences. Child actress Ayaka Wilson is perfectly charming as the film's titular heroine, holding her own alongside acclaimed actor Yakusho Koji (Retribution) and an all-star supporting cast that includes Tsuchiya Anna (Sakuran), Tsumabuki Satoshi (The Magic Hour), Kase Ryo (I Just Didn't Do It), and Abe Sadao (Maiko Haaaan!!!). After losing both her parents and her memory in a car accident, young girl Paco (Ayaka Wilson) ends up in a hospital full of strange and wacky types including biker-chick nurse Tamako (Tsuchiya Anna), hysterical former child star Muromachi (Tsumabuki Satoshi), and tyrannical grump Onuki (Yakusho Koji). Everyday Paco wakes up with no memory of the day before, and everyday she runs to Onuki asking him to read aloud her pop-up picture book about a frog king and a crayfish wizard. Onuki, however, has no patience for little girls, and sends her flying. But as the days pass, even an old grouch like Onuki begins to show a soft side. And so, he decides to bring the picture book to life for the hospital's annual play.
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Memories of Matsuko and Kamikaze Girls director Nakashima Tetsuya delights audiences and critics alike with the colorful tragicomedy Paco and the Magical Picture Book. Inspired by Goto Hirohito's play, Paco and the Magical Picture Book is ostensibly a children's film, but in the same way that Roald Dahl and Grimm's fairy tales are meant for kids. Spelling gloom and tragedy amidst campy comedy, fantastical elements, and family-friendly fun, the film follows the once-upon-a-time adventures of an orphan girl living at a very odd hospital. Just like in Memories of Matsuko, Nakashima overwhelms the senses with amazing production design and cinematography, wrapping pathos in glossy fairy-tale sets, bright art direction, eye-popping CG animation, and gung-ho musical sequences. Child actress Ayaka Wilson is perfectly charming as the film's titular heroine, holding her own alongside acclaimed actor Yakusho Koji (Retribution) and an all-star supporting cast that includes Tsuchiya Anna (Sakuran), Tsumabuki Satoshi (The Magic Hour), Kase Ryo (I Just Didn't Do It), and Abe Sadao (Maiko Haaaan!!!). After losing both her parents and her memory in a car accident, young girl Paco (Ayaka Wilson) ends up in a hospital full of strange and wacky types including biker-chick nurse Tamako (Tsuchiya Anna), hysterical former child star Muromachi (Tsumabuki Satoshi), and tyrannical grump Onuki (Yakusho Koji). Everyday Paco wakes up with no memory of the day before, and everyday she runs to Onuki asking him to read aloud her pop-up picture book about a frog king and a crayfish wizard. Onuki, however, has no patience for little girls, and sends her flying. But as the days pass, even an old grouch like Onuki begins to show a soft side. And so, he decides to bring the picture book to life for the hospital's annual play.
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Panorama Election 2 (2006) (Blu-ray) (Single Disc Edition) (Hong Kong Version) at 1651.00 PHP from YesAsia
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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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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 1851.00 PHP from YesAsia
Panorama Election (2005) (Blu-ray) (Single Disc Edition) (Hong Kong Version)
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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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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 The Human Centipede 2 (2011) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 1325.00 PHP from YesAsia
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Panorama A Simple Life (2011) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 1451.00 PHP from YesAsia
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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.
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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.
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Chen Bo Lin (Lovesick) stars opposite promising newcomer Tong Yao and actor Tony Yang (In Case of Love) in the big-screen adaptation of the Japanese pure romance novel by Tashiro Chikayo. Helmed by acclaimed Mainland China director Huo Jianqi (Postmen in the Mountains), Snow Fall in Taipei charms with its tender love story, attractive cast, and gorgeous cinematography that captures the scenic beauty of Taiwan. The film was an official selection of the 22nd Tokyo International Film Festival. Xiao Mo (Chen Bo Lin) lives in a quiet old town outside Taipei, keeping himself busy with odd jobs while waiting for the return of someone dear to him. One day, he encounters a beautiful young girl named May (Tong Yao), who has lost her voice. He earnestly helps this stranger settle down in the old town, and finds treatment for her damaged voice. Little does he know that May is actually the new pop starlet that has just vanished without a trace and left her producer Alei (Tony Yang) anxiously looking for her. Romantic feelings develop between May and Mo, but things take a surprising turn when the paparazzi finally come crashing in...
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Chen Bo Lin (Lovesick) stars opposite promising newcomer Tong Yao and actor Tony Yang (In Case of Love) in the big-screen adaptation of the Japanese pure romance novel by Tashiro Chikayo. Helmed by acclaimed Mainland China director Huo Jianqi (Postmen in the Mountains), Snow Fall in Taipei charms with its tender love story, attractive cast, and gorgeous cinematography that captures the scenic beauty of Taiwan. The film was an official selection of the 22nd Tokyo International Film Festival. Xiao Mo (Chen Bo Lin) lives in a quiet old town outside Taipei, keeping himself busy with odd jobs while waiting for the return of someone dear to him. One day, he encounters a beautiful young girl named May (Tong Yao), who has lost her voice. He earnestly helps this stranger settle down in the old town, and finds treatment for her damaged voice. Little does he know that May is actually the new pop starlet that has just vanished without a trace and left her producer Alei (Tony Yang) anxiously looking for her. Romantic feelings develop between May and Mo, but things take a surprising turn when the paparazzi finally come crashing in...
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Panorama Flying Swords of Dragon Gate (2011) (Blu-ray) (2D + 3D) (Hong Kong Version) at 1651.00 PHP from YesAsia
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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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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 A Simple Life (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 350.00 PHP from YesAsia
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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.
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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.
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Panorama The Grey (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 350.00 PHP from YesAsia
Panorama The Grey (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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The Grey (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama The Grey (2011) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 1050.00 PHP from YesAsia
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Panorama The Nutcracker (2010) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 425.00 PHP from YesAsia
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Panorama Zebraman 2: Attack on Zebra City (2010) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 400.00 PHP from YesAsia
Panorama Zebraman 2: Attack on Zebra City (2010) (VCD) (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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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 The Soul of Bread (2012) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 1050.00 PHP from YesAsia
Panorama The Soul of Bread (2012) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Following her breakout performance in You Are the Apple of My Eye, Michelle Chen lends her goddess-like charm to The Soul of Bread. She's caught between two suitors in Taiwan directors Sean Kao and Lin Chun Yang's bakery-themed romantic comedy based on Kao's award-winning TV movie of the same name from 2006. The filmmakers enriched the story for the theatrical remake, with more lighthearted humor, cultural insights, and a little nostalgic sentiment thrown in the mix. Casting has also been updated, with popular comedian Chen Han Dian (Jump Ashin!) taking lead role for the first time and singer Anthony Neely making his film debut here. The yummy crowd-pleaser also features veterans Liao Chun, Chen Ying Chieh, Samantha Ko, Janel Tsai, and Michelle Chen's Apple co-stars "Wan Wan" Hu Chia Wei and Yan Sheng Yu in key supporting roles. The daughter of the owner of a small-town bakery in Kaohsiung, Hsiao Ping (Michelle Chen) has grown up together with baker Gao Bing (Chen Han Dian), who considers Hsiao Ping his future bride. But Hsiao Ping actually has a dream that doesn't belong here, so for the last six years, she has refused to say yes to Gao Bing's numerous proposals. One day, a handsome Eurasian celebrity chef named Brad (Anthony Neely) comes to the peaceful town in search of inspirations, and finds his late mother's favorite bread at the bakery. Brad is immediately smitten with Hsiao Ping, who is also fond of him and arranges for him to become Gao Bing's apprentice. Gao Bing, desperately vying for his goddess's affection, challenges Brad to a baking showdown. Which will Hsiao Ping choose - the familiar Taiwanese taste or the endearing European sensation?
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Following her breakout performance in You Are the Apple of My Eye, Michelle Chen lends her goddess-like charm to The Soul of Bread. She's caught between two suitors in Taiwan directors Sean Kao and Lin Chun Yang's bakery-themed romantic comedy based on Kao's award-winning TV movie of the same name from 2006. The filmmakers enriched the story for the theatrical remake, with more lighthearted humor, cultural insights, and a little nostalgic sentiment thrown in the mix. Casting has also been updated, with popular comedian Chen Han Dian (Jump Ashin!) taking lead role for the first time and singer Anthony Neely making his film debut here. The yummy crowd-pleaser also features veterans Liao Chun, Chen Ying Chieh, Samantha Ko, Janel Tsai, and Michelle Chen's Apple co-stars "Wan Wan" Hu Chia Wei and Yan Sheng Yu in key supporting roles. The daughter of the owner of a small-town bakery in Kaohsiung, Hsiao Ping (Michelle Chen) has grown up together with baker Gao Bing (Chen Han Dian), who considers Hsiao Ping his future bride. But Hsiao Ping actually has a dream that doesn't belong here, so for the last six years, she has refused to say yes to Gao Bing's numerous proposals. One day, a handsome Eurasian celebrity chef named Brad (Anthony Neely) comes to the peaceful town in search of inspirations, and finds his late mother's favorite bread at the bakery. Brad is immediately smitten with Hsiao Ping, who is also fond of him and arranges for him to become Gao Bing's apprentice. Gao Bing, desperately vying for his goddess's affection, challenges Brad to a baking showdown. Which will Hsiao Ping choose - the familiar Taiwanese taste or the endearing European sensation?
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Panorama Wuthering Heights (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 350.00 PHP from YesAsia
Panorama Wuthering Heights (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Wuthering Heights (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Coriolanus (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 350.00 PHP from YesAsia
Panorama Coriolanus (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Coriolanus (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Dying Of The Light (2014) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 475.00 PHP from YesAsia
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Dying Of The Light (2014) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Lost in Wrestling (2014) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 350.00 PHP from YesAsia
Panorama Lost in Wrestling (2014) (VCD) (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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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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