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The fabulous Dayo Wong puts on a 1-man show beyond belief on this terrific release that shows him at the top of his game!

The multi talent that never lets his audiences down possesses such fantastic skills of keeping everybody captivated that he 's definite to be booked out whenever he hits town for his newest masterstroke performance. Now you can enjoy this one of a kind genius on your home video screen, which allows you to relish all his incredible treats over and over again!

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"There are no boundaries in love...Age is nothing but a number."

Broadcast in 2002, top-rated Korean drama Romance launched Kim Jae Won (My Love Patzzi) and Kim Ha Neul (My Tutor Friend and Piano) into instant stardom. Despite the taboo nature of the teacher-student love affair, the drama won over audiences with the tender, light-hearted portrayal of a pure and sweet love in a complicated world.

Choi Kwan Woo (Kim Jae Won), a noble, but undisciplined young man, meets Kim Chae Won (Kim Ha Neul), a charming, free-spirited young woman, under amusing, serendipitous circumstances. The two quickly hit it off amid innocent lies about their age and occupation. However, when Kwan Woo transfers to a new high school, the truth comes out - Kwan Woo is only a high school student and Chae Won is a teacher, his teacher. The two attempt to be just teacher and student, but they cannot help but continue to love and care for each other, even if they have to give up everything. Faced with social pressure and the strong opposition of both Kwan Woo's and Chae Won's parents, will their love be able to overcome all?

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Asia Video When I Turned Nine (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 7.99 USD from YesAsia
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Based on Wee Ki Chul's best-selling novel and directed by Yoon In Ho, When I Turned Nine follows the warm adventures of a young boy growing up in 1970s Korea. Yeo Min (Kim Suk) spares no efforts to help the people around him, going so far as to beat up the bully to defend his friends. Yeo Min is also a good son, working as a vendor to save up money and buy his mother a gift. Owing to all his great deeds, the clever boy enjoys huge popularity everywhere. However, Yeo Min's life is in for a drastic change after a mysterious girl (Lee Se Young) from Seoul transfers to his school.
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Starring superstars Lee Sung Jae from Barking Dogs Never Bite, Kim Ha Neul from My Tutor Friend, and Song Seung Heon from Summer Scent, Ice Rain is the first Korean film to revolve around the theme of mountain climbing. Providing viewers with spectacular alpine scenery shot in the mountains of Canada, the film is about two men, Jung Hyoung (Lee Sung Jae) and Woo Sung (Song Seung Heon), who lose their way in the mountainous region of Alaska. Jung Hyoung injures his leg, and the two end up talking about everything from themselves to their loved ones as they try to keep each other awake in an ice cave. June Hyoung tells Woo Sung about the woman he used to love while Woo Sung reveals the story of his first love. As their two tales unfold, they slowly realize they are in love with the same woman (Kim Ha Neul).
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Sawajiri Erika and Yagira Yuya represent the future of Japanese cinema. Since winning the Japan Academy Award's Best New Actor award for her role in Pacchigi!, Sawajiri has starred in a number of films, and emerged as one of the most popular young actresses in Japan. As for Yagira Yuya, though only 16 years old, he has already received world cinema's greatest accolade, becoming the Cannes Film Festival's youngest ever Best Actor winner in 2004 for his quietly arresting performance in Kore-eda Hirokazu's Nobody Knows. Lauded as his first go at an adult role, Sugar & Spice Fumi Zekka is both a coming-of-age film and a testament of Yagira's own coming of age as an actor.

Recently graduated from high school, 17-year-old Shiro (Yagira Yuya) decides to put off college and work at a gas station instead. Shy and introspective, Shiro understands he is at a turning point in his life, but is unsure of what lies ahead. Though his parents disapprove of his decision, he has the support of his flower-child grandmother (Natsuki Mari) who declares that a gas station is a romantic place for life's drifters. Surely enough, soon a new co-worker, college student Noriko (Sawajiri Erika), drifts into Shiro's life. He falls headfirst into a bittersweet first love that ushers him into the world of adulthood.

Based on a popular Amy Yamada novel, Sugar & Spice is director Nakae Isamu's sophomore feature. It has been five years since his last film, the beautifully shot Calmi Cuori Appassionati starring Kelly Chen and Takenouchi Yutaka. While Calmi Cuori Appassionati was set in Florence, his new film takes the same delicate cinematography and lingering sentiments to simpler times and places. Set in a military base town on the outskirts of Tokyo, the film moves at an earnest, unhurried pace, capturing both the Sugar & Spice of first love and fleeting youth.

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"Fascinate My Heart" will leave you high on emotion!

Featuring a 1st class cast including Jeon Ji Hyun ("My Sassy Girl"), Kim Nam Ju ("Models"), Park Shin Yang ("The Uninvited") & Han Jae Suk ("Glass Shoes"), this stirring movie offers you a tale about love, loss & hope. Jun Wei is a scholar at the medical faculty with terrific results. However, since his parents died when he was still very young, faculty head Mr. Han made it his responsibility to take care of him. Even though Jun Wei shares a close relationship with the Mr. Han's daughter Ai Lin, he understands that she regards him as no more than an older brother, which is extremely hard for him to bear. As time goes by, Ai Lin becomes the lover of a pianist called Qi Chang who is also in some way bound to charming Lan Xi. After a while it all gets too much for Ai Lin and she discovers that her heart truly belongs to Jun Wei. However, just when she is about to confess her love to him, fate takes a tragic turn

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Asia Video Detective Conan - Theatrical Edition "Case Closed: The Lost Ship in the Sky" (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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A touching film from Adrian Kwan, who has helmed films such as The Miracle Box starring hot boy group Boy'z with cameos by Cheung Tat Ming, Law Ka Ying and Twins! Collaborating with Tsang Ken-cheong, the scribe of Shaolin Soccer and Kung-Fu Hustle, Kwan delivers this comic-parody and suspenseful adventure with a heart filled with love and hope.

A film follows two young man's adventure in one night mixing with the triads, but the adventure turned into an error-fueled revenge comedy, and their aim is only to make it til 6am alive. Bowl (Kenny Kwan) and Noodle (Steven Cheung) are two idle high school students who have to evade three menaces everyday to get to school: the bully Razor, the policeman David, and the gangster Ganker. Ganker, on the lookout for new blood to replenish his ever shrinking gang, Bowl and Noodle inadvertently joined his gang, and ends up at a gangster conference where the Boss gives them $300,000 to perform a "Mission of Glory" at 6am the next day. Bowl and Noodle, with a deadly mission waiting for them in ten hours time, must now fulfill as much as they can in this period of time...

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Asia Video Murder of the Inugami Clan (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 7.99 USD from YesAsia
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Legendary Japanese director Ichikawa Kon's 1976 film The Inugami Family, a.k.a. Inugamike no Ichizoku, holds a very special place in Japan's long tradition of supernatural suspense. Based on Yokomizo Seishi's epic work, the slow-burning family murder mystery is a highly influential title in the director's celebrated filmography and just about required viewing for Japanese cinema fans. In 2006, the 91-year-old auteur returned to the director's chair for what would be his last film to remake his own most representative work, updating the classic film for contemporary audiences. An uncannily faithful remake of the original film, the unsettling The Inugamis (a.k.a. Murder of the Inugami Clan) delves into a tangled web of murderous lies and deceptions that is tearing apart a wealthy multi-generation family. Ishizaka Koji, who also featured in the original Inugami Family, leads the all-star cast as the famous detective Kindaichi Kosuke.

When tycoon Inugami Sahei (Nakadai Tatsuya) passes away, he unexpectedly leaves the family fortune to outsider Tamayo (Matsushima Nanako, Ring) on the condition that she marry one of the Inugami grandsons - Sukekiyo (Onoe Kikunosuke, 47 Ronin), Suketake (Katsurayama Shingo), or Suketomo (Ikeuchi Mansaku) - pitting blood against blood. Soon afterwards, members of the family begin to turn up dead, one by one. Detective Kindaichi Kosuke (Ishizaka Koji) is called in to investigate the murders, and the truth is slowly revealed as he happens upon years of hidden skeletons and a shocking family secret.

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Japanese writer-director Kurosawa Kiyoshi made his international breakthrough in 1997 with the acclaimed psychological thriller Cure. Renowned for his horror titles, the director has a knack for getting under the skin and into the mind with deep, unsettling films that challenge the boundaries of the genre. A decade after Cure, Kurosawa teams up with producer Ichise Taka (Ring, Ju-On) and again actor Yakusho Koji, the star of Cure and 2003's Doppelganger, for Sakebi (Retribution). Like Cure, Sakebi stars Yakusho as a weathered detective who begins to lose himself in a serial murder investigation, bringing up perplexing questions of self, memory, and the fragility and perils of the human mind. From there, Kurosawa takes the film to even more startling and disturbing places, soberly exploring the darkness that brings people together. Besides the classic pairing of Kurosawa and Yakusho, the film also features the remarkable supporting cast of Odagiri Joe (Yureru), Ihara Tsuyoshi (Letters from Iwo Jima), Konishi Manami (Udon), and Kase Ryo (Nice no Mori).

Detective Yoshioka (Yakusho Koji) is in charge of a serial murder case, and in the course of investigation, he discovers his own fingerprints and personal effects at a murder scene. As more and more clues point to him, Yoshioka tries hard to make sense of the situation, but it's as if a cloud hangs over his mind and pieces of his life are missing in darkness. His relationship with his longtime girlfriend Harue (Konishi Manami) feels empty and distant, and his partner Miyaji (Ihara Tsuyoshi) is starting to suspect him. Unsure if he can even trust himself, Yoshioka goes to police psychiatrist Takagi (Odagiri Joe) for help, but the therapy can't seem to clear his mind of shadows and spectres. Is Yoshioka actually hunting himself?

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Actress Uhm Jung Hwa (Insadong Scandal) takes on one of the most challenging roles of her career in the suspenseful thriller Bestseller. Uhm is given a chance to truly own the screen here, playing a disgraced author haunted by a mysterious force in an isolated forest home. Writer-director Lee Jeong Ho, making his directorial debut with a story that blends the moral dilemma of academic dishonesty with the thrills of a haunted house ride, keeps his audiences at the edge of their seats by concocting a labyrinth plot packed with unpredictable twists and genre switches. The hit thriller also co-stars Ryu Seong Ryong (Secret, Blades of Blood) and talented child actress Park Sa Rang (Parallel Life).

Hee Soo (Uhm Jung Hwa) was once a successful writer, but her name is tarnished when she is accused of plagiarism. To get out of the spotlight, Hee Soo takes her daughter (Park Sa Rang) and moves into a secluded forest house. There, she begins to hear mysterious sounds, and her daughter even passes on stories she hears from a mysterious woman in the house. Hee Soo decides to write down the stories and create a new novel from it, resulting in another successful novel. However, when she is again accused of plagiarism, she decides to go back to the house to search for the truth.

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Thai filmmakers seem to be particularly fond of ghost films, but Dorm stands apart from the rest. One of the directors of 2003 box office hit My Girl, Songyos Sugmakanan goes solo for his second film, reuniting with child actor Charlie Trairat for the decidedly uncommon Dorm. Though marketed as a horror, Dorm escapes easy categorization. The beautiful color-drained photography, gray institutional set design, and eerie music and visuals are effectively creepy and moody, bringing plenty of scares as the story unfolds. The film, however, does more than just frighten. Revolving around a young boy's uneasy boarding school experience, Dorm is as much a coming-of-age story about friendship, forgiveness, and facing fears far greater than ghosts.

Unceremoniously sent to boarding school by his parents, 12-year-old Chatree (Charlie Trairat) has trouble adjusting to dorm life. The school is run by a creepy, emotionally disturbed headmistress (Jintara Sukapat), and the other boys aren't interested in making friends. Instead, they torture Chatree with tales of ghosts haunting the hallways, one of which seems to be menacing him. Things start to look up for Chatree when he finally finds a friend in Wichien (Sirarath Jianthavom), but Wichien turns out to be no ordinary boy.

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Ever wondered what it would be like to date three beauties at the same time?

Korean heartthrob Lee Byung Hun from The Harmonium in My Memory and JSA plays out every man's dream in the hot new romance Everybody Has Secrets. A remake of About Adam, this romantic blockbuster co-stars drama queen Choi Ji Woo (Winter Sonata, Kim Ho Jin (Barefoot Gi Bong), and Chu Sang Mi (Turning Gate), capturing viewers with a bold mixture of comedic and erotic flair.

Soo Hyun (Lee Byung Hun) attracts women like a magnet, and his latest catch is hot young thing Mi Young (Kim Hyo Jin). An experienced player herself, she's ready to trade in short affairs for a long relationship with Mr. Right this time. It's a shame that Mi Young's eldest sister Jin Young (Chu Sang Mi) who suffers from constant heartbreak is also drawn to Mi Young's love interest. As if all of this wasn't enough, the confusion reaches its climax when middle sister Son Young (Choi Ji Woo) enters the scene and decides to claim Soo Hyun for herself. Who will the attractive philanderer walk off with in the end - open-minded femme fatale Mi Young, passionate but heartbroken Jin Young, or well-read love amateur Son Young?

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The debut feature of director Hur Jin Ho (One Fine Spring Day), Christmas in August stars two of the most popular actors in Korea, Han Suk Kyu (Shiri) and Shim Eun Ha (Art Museum by the Zoo, Tell Me Something). It was screened during the International Critics Week at the Cannes Film Festival in 1998.

Shot in a secluded area outside of Seoul, Christmas in August centers around a small photography shop owned by Jung Won (Han Suk Kyu), who has an incurable disease that leaves him only a short time to live. Meanwhile, he meets Darim (Shim Eun Ha), a meter reader who drops by his studio to develop pictures of parking violators. As she becomes a part of his daily routine, he finds himself becoming more and more attached to her. But he can't express his affections to her because he knows he doesn't have much time left.

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Though "based on a mobile phone novel" may not sound like a ringing endorsement, one would have to be in Japan to understand the phenomenal popularity of Koizora (a.k.a. Sky of Love). Penned by an anonymous writer who claims the controversial heartwrenching story to be her own experience, Koizora sold over ten million downloaded copies in its first year alone, and went on to sell in the millions in published form. The story inspired a manga, spin-off stories, and now a feature film starring Japan's latest it-girl, Aragaki Yui. Already a popular model and TV actress, Aragaki made the leap to stardom in a big way in 2007 with both her feature film and J-pop debuts. Her performances in Koizora, Koisuru Madori, and Waruboro have already garnered her Best New Performer honors at the 50th Blue Ribbon Awards. Equally fair-featured teen heartthrob Miura Haruma from Catch a Wave and 14 Year Old Mother and rising actor Koide Keisuke (Kisaragi) star opposite Aragaki in this pure love youth melodrama. At the helm is popular television director Imai Natsuki (Orange Days), making her feature film debut.

Koizora largely succeeds through its touching story and photogenic young leads whose onscreen chemistry may charm the most jaded of viewers. Aragaki and Miura star as high school sweethearts Mika and Hiro. Wide-eyed girl-next door Mika falls head over heels into first love when she meets bleached-hair delinquent Hiro. But love forces them to grow up too early as they face grave trials and tragedies together.

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Multi-talented Mathias Woo (who co-wrote the screenplay for the Louis Koo movie Happy Birthday) and Edward Lam have earned their reputation in making high art more accessible to the general audience by mixing talk shows, stand-up comedies, musicals, and dramas into innovative stage performances. Their Eat, Money, Man, Woman and The Importance of Being Vulgar in 2002 explored some characteristics of Hong Kong people that may or may not be virtues. Independent singer/actor Cedric Chan (a member of the music group Gayamyan), drama actor Yeung Wing Tak, plus other veterans in Hong Kong's art scene dug out the implications of Hong Kong people's everyday activities. From commuting by train to chilling out in pubs, from having fun in Karaoke to stirring up office politics, they all demonstrated how absurd life in Hong Kong is capable of! Taiwanese comedian Ismene Ting guest-starred in a segment called Waiting for Godot, commenting on Hong Kong people's mentality to wait for windfall treasures. This entertaining and inspiring show is now recorded on DVD for any one interested in Hong Kong culture to revisit.
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Shooting to stardom with her 2003 box office smash My Tutor Friend and Ice Rain, Kim Ha Neul stars in the teen horror summer hit The Ghost (a.k.a. Dead Friend). Writer/director Kim Tae Kyung delivers a chilling feature co-starring Ryu Jin and Nam Sang Mi. Kim plays Ji Won, a college student suffering from nightmares hinting of forgotten memories from her past. Just when she starts to unravel the whole mystery, the friends she used to hang out with fall victim to an unknown killer, one by one...
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The giver, the recipient, the occasion: every present holds a story. Presents - Aikagi is the first in a series of films based on Kakuta Mitsuyo's short story collection revolving around the theme of presents. Starring popular young actress Hirosue Ryoko (Wasabi) and rising star Tamayama Tetsuji (Heaven's Bookstore), Presents - Aikagi is the debut film from director Hyuga Asako, who previously wrote the screenplay for Way of Blue Sky. Aikagi means "spare key" in Japanese, and this film presents a story of love and remembrance. Even if the owner of the key has left, the memories remain.

Yukari (Hirosue Ryoko) and Hiroaki (Tamayama Tetsuji) have been together for eight years. Though they are both constantly busy with work and do not see each other often, Yukari believes that they will always be together. Just before Christmas, the couple finally has a chance to meet up, but Hiroaki tells her that he has found someone else and breaks up with her. The next day, a heartbroken Yukari cuts short her hair. When she sees Hiroaki's spare key, all the past memories come rushing back. Yukari decides to give him one last present.

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Follow six adorable dog heroes on their dangerous journey home in Mid Road Gang, Thailand's first live action film with a cast made up entirely of animals! In this charming family comedy, the main "actors" are actually stray dogs the crew found on the streets, which were then trained by specialists for a whole year before the film shoot began. As a result, the canine cast is able to act and is rather convincingly "human" in the way the dogs express their unique personalities. Audience around the world obviously found them endearing, judging by the awards the film has won in numerous international film festivals, including Cannes, Toronto, and Pusan.
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Following the critical and commercial success of The Girl Who Leapt Through Time and Summer Wars, Hosoda Mamoru has been named one of the brightest hopes for the future of Japanese animation. Three years after Summer Wars, Hosoda raises the bar again with Wolf Children. An original story co-created by Hosoda and frequent screenwriter Okudera Satoko, Wolf Children is a unique blend of fantasy romance and domestic drama, following the journey of a woman who falls in love with a wolfman and ends up raising two human-wolf hybrid children on her own. In a risky move, Hosoda eschews the adventure element of his two previous films, telling a gentle story about learning to let go and the sacrifices of parenthood. However, Hosoda's risk paid off, and Wolf Children became the highest-grossing film of Hosoda's career and one of the highest-grossing domestic films of 2012.

Hana (voiced by Miyazaki Aoi) is an ordinary university student. One day, she experiences love at first sight with a young man (voiced by Osawa Takao) who periodically sneaks into her class. The two soon fall in love, and Hana discovers that he is actually a wolfman. However, Hana accepts the wolfman for who he is, and the two eventually have two children: Yuki and Ame. Due to their wolf-like qualities, Hana decides to keep her children at home to avoid attention from others. When the wolfman suddenly passes away, Hana is forced to care for the children on her own. Realizing the difficulties of raising two half-wolf children in the city, Hana moves to the countryside and discovers the peaceful haven her family desperately needs.

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No stranger to the depiction of music in film, Love Letter and All About Lily Chou-Chou director Iwai Shunji co-wrote and produced Bandage, a drama about the Japanese music world. Originally a radio drama written by Iwai and author Kan Chika (who also wrote the novel), the film marks the directorial debut of Iwai's longtime music producer Kobayashi Takeshi, who also produced the music in the film. Also making his film debut is KAT-TUN's Akanishi Jin, who plays the charismatic lead singer of a rock band during the 90s band boom. The heart of the story, however, lies in Asako, the devoted manager of the band played by rising actress/singer Kitano Kii (who also starred in the Iwai-produced Halfway). With its great creative team and hot young stars, Bandage was one of the most anticipated Japanese youth films of 2010, breaking the film studio's record for the number of advance tickets sold for a live-action film.

One day, high school student Asako (Kitano Kii) is invited to go to a concert by indie band Lands. Almost immediately, she falls in love with both the band and its lead singer Natsu (Akanishi Jin). By chance, she becomes the band's manager, and she quickly discovers how little glamour there is working in the music business, despite becoming friends with Natsu. When the band decides to leave artistic integrity behind for fame, will Asako's loyalty to the band - and Natsu - be compromised?

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Following the success of Train Man, director Murakami Shosuke (sometimes credited as Murakami Masanori) teams up with actress Nakatani Miki once more for a perfectly romantic holiday outing. Adapted from a Yoshida Shuichi novel, 24/7 Dori no Christmas (a.k.a. Christmas on July 24th Avenue) is everything you can expect from a Christmas romance - crowd-pleasing, heartwarming, full of familiar faces and holiday jingles. Nakatani Miki, who received the Japan Academy Awards Best Actress trophy in 2007 for Memories of Matsuko, takes her whimsical acting to a lighter film opposite Osawa Takao (Crying Out Love, In the Center of the World). The leads are supported by an all-star line-up of actors including Sato Ryuta (Limit of Love Umizaru), YOU (Nobody Knows), Abe Tsuyoshi (Rough), and Ueno Juri (Summertime Machine Blues). Fluffy but enjoyable, 24/7 Dori No Christmas makes an ideal romantic pick for Christmas or any other time of the year.

Hopeless romantic Sayuri (Nakatani Miki) likes to imagines herself as a shojo heroine about to meet her Prince Charming. He'll sweep her off her feet and bring her to the most perfect place - July 24th Avenue in Lisbon, Portuqal. In reality, the clumsy, homely Sayuri is a typical office worker residing in seaside Nagasaki, far from Lisbon and even farther from romance. As Christmas nears, she can't help feeling a bit lonely as everyone else pairs up. When she runs into her high school crush Satoshi (Osawa Takao), who has just returned from Tokyo, Sayuri decides that this time, she can't let love pass her by. Can she create her own miracle on 24th Avenue?

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A large cast of familiar Hong Kong faces populates Market's Romance, a breezy urban comedy with multiple plots and multiple pleasures. Ellen Chan stars as Kudzu, the eldest of three sisters, who's a successful fishmonger on Luen Yee Hui Street. Kudzu wants her sister Bean (Elle Choi) to aspire to bigger and better things, and she's dismayed when Bean falls for a middle-aged butcher (Lui Fong). Meanwhile, middle sister Mud Carp (Loletta Lee) is engaged to rich guy David (Edmond Leung), but she fears her working class background will be a deterrent to his affluent family. Even more, Kudzu discovers that her pal Gary (Ronald Cheng) has a long-lost brother, and comes to the hopeful conclusion that his missing sibling is rock star Alex To Tak Wai (Alex To as himself)! The hopes and lives of common Hong Kong citizens with differing dreams and desires is explored in director Law Wai Tak's charming, low-key comedy Market's Romance. Co-starring Patrick Tang, Tats Lau, Wong Yat Fei, and Sherming Yiu.
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Popular director Tsutsumi Yukihiko (Memories of Tomorrow) made two films with his frequent star Abe Hiroshi in 2007. The first was the campy period sci-fi fantasy The Sword of Alexander, and the second was the romantic comedy Happily Ever After (a.k.a. Jigyaku no Uta). A guaranteed winner thanks to the star pairing of Abe and Nakatani Miki, Happily Ever After is certainly no ordinary romantic comedy, portraying an abusive marital relationship with over-the-top jaunt. Adapted from Gouda Yoshi's popular comic strip series, the film lends readily to comparison with Memories of Matsuko as Nakatani Miki portrays an unlucky, but stalwartly cheerful plain Jane who is stubbornly in love with a terrible guy. Happily Ever After, however, takes a lighter tone, presenting its tragicomedy elements with family sitcom bemusement. There are deliberate variations in direction and cinematography as the story progresses, at times creating stark differently environments and moods with each scene, and contributing to the topsy-turvy atmosphere of the film.

Curiously freckled and cheery waitress Yukie (Nakatani Miki) is married to bad-tempered ex-yakuza Isao (Abe Hiroshi). She loves him madly, and he's just mad. Yukie endures all to be with her alcoholic gambling deadbeat of a husband who has a habit of flipping tables whenever he's upset, which is often. Just how did she end up in this relationship? It all started back in her school years when her father's failed bank robbery forces her to leave her hometown in disgrace, and head for Osaka. There she meets a man as hopeless as she is.

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Renowned director Yamada Yoji brings his acclaimed samurai trilogy to a beautiful close with Love and Honor (a.k.a. Bushi no Ichibun). Like Twilight Samurai and Hidden Blade, Love and Honor is based on the works of Fujisawa Shuhei, and the story follows a familiar arc, portraying a samurai's struggle for honor in the face of harrowing challenges. While his previous two films were helmed by screen veterans Sanada Hiroyuki and Nagase Masatoshi, for Love and Honor Yamada chose pop icon Kimura Takuya as the film's star. The casting initially drew skepticism as, though Kimura had appeared in many television dramas, he had little film experience. Kimura, however, made the role his own, delivering a career-defining performance. Under Yamada's assured hand, the rich aesthetics and restrained acting give way to an increasingly emotional and intense story that culminates with a gripping sword duel. Winning both at the box office and with critics, Love and Honor just might be the best of the trilogy.

Though he is of low rank with modest means, young samurai Mimura Shinnojo (Kimura Takuya) has a fairly happy and stable life with his loving wife Kayo (Dan Rei). All this comes crashing down, however, when Shinnojo, as the lord's food taster, eats poisoned shellfish and becomes blind. Distressed by his inability to support the household, he turns violent and resentful, and even considers ending his own life to redeem his name. At the urging of unsympathetic relatives, Kayo seeks the assistance of captain Shimada Toya (Bando Mitsugoro), who uses his influence to help Shinnojo retain his income and rank. As the rumors begin to get louder, Shinnojo becomes increasingly troubled that he may be losing his wife and honor to another man...

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Not all fairy tales are meant to be sweet bedtime stories. In truth, some can be quite scary, even terrifying by today's standards. Such is the case with Red Shoes, a chilling horror film from director Kim Yong Gyun that stars noted actress Kim Hye Su (Tazza: The High Rollers). Inspired by the creepy Hans Christian Andersen story of the same name, Red Shoes tells the story of Sun Jae (Kim Hye Su), a thirtysomething eye doctor and dutiful wife who ends up finding a pair of abandoned shoes in the subway. She quickly takes the shoes as her own, but in the process, eventually discovers that these seemingly harmless items may possess a frightening power all their own.

Before long, Sun Jae's marriage disintegrates when she discovers that her husband is carrying on an affair. Consequently, she is forced to strike out on her own and live a squalid existence with her six-year-old daughter, Tae Soo. While Sun Jae tries to adjust to her new life, her red shoes begin causing all sorts of problems for her. Sun Jae's knight in shining armor seems to come in the form of In Cheol (Kim Sung Soo), a good-looking interior designer who quickly develops feelings for the film's heroine. Together will they be able to uncover the secret behind the enigmatic red shoes or will they somehow succumb to its terrifying power?

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"There are no boundaries in love...Age is nothing but a number."

Broadcast in 2002, top-rated Korean drama Romance To Be With You (a.k.a. Romance) launched Kim Jae Won (My Love Patzzi) and Kim Ha Neul (My Tutor Friend and Piano) into instant stardom. Despite the taboo nature of the teacher-student love affair, the drama won over audiences with the tender, light-hearted portrayal of a pure and sweet love in a complicated world.

Choi Kwan Woo (Kim Jae Won), a noble, but undisciplined young man, meets Kim Chae Won (Kim Ha Neul), a charming, free-spirited young woman, under amusing, serendipitous circumstances. The two quickly hit it off amid innocent lies about their age and occupation. However, when Kwan Woo transfers to a new high school, the truth comes out - Kwan Woo is only a high school student and Chae Won is a teacher, his teacher. The two attempt to be just teacher and student, but they cannot help but continue to love and care for each other, even if they have to give up everything. Faced with social pressure and the strong opposition of both Kwan Woo's and Chae Won's parents, will their love be able to overcome all?

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Is the person by your side really the one you love?

Since the success of films like Crying Out Love, In the Center of the World and Be With You, Japanese filmmakers and moviegoers have been particularly fond of the pure, tragic love story. Director Togashi Shin (Night of the Shooting Stars) offers another touching entry into the romance genre with Tenshi no Tamago, a.k.a. Angel's Egg, starring screen idols Konishi Manami (Udon) and Sawajiri Erika (1 Litre of Tears) and talented young actor Ichihara Hayato (All About Lily Chou-Chou). Based on an award-winning novel by Murayama Yuka, Tenshi no Tamago is a heartwrenching tale of youth and yearning, and following one's heart, no matter the cost.

Nineteen-year-old Ayuta (Ichihara Hayato) is an aspiring artist studying to retake his university entrance exams. His girlfriend Natsuki (Sawajiri Erika) has already entered university. In everyone's eyes, Natsuki and Ayata seem like the perfect couple. One day, Ayuta sees a beautiful woman (Konishi Manami) on the train, and falls in love with her at first sight. A few days later, he visits his hospitalized father, and discovers that the woman on the train is not only his father's new doctor but also Natsuki's older sister, Haruhi. Already scarred from past relationships, Haruhi cannot possibly accept someone eight years younger than her. And yet Ayuta's determination slowly opens her heart to new possibilities...

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Based on the manga written and illustrated by Yasuhiko Yoshikazu, Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin is a series of OVAs released in Japanese theaters to coincide with the 35th anniversary of the much-loved Gundam franchise. Centering on one of the most popular characters in the Gundam universe (and indeed, all of anime), Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin tells the story of Char Aznable's childhood, a time when he was known only as Casval Rem Deikun. After the death of his father, Casval suddenly finds himself having to flee for his life with his younger sister Artesia in tow, and from this tragic childhood episode rises one of the most formidable figures in Gundam history. This release contains the episode titled The Blue-Eyed Casval.
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A seamless blend of real live actors and computer generated special effects are on display in Akiyama Takahiro's Hinokio, a story about one lonely boy and his desire to reach out and connect with humanity, albeit with a futuristic twist!

Fearful and unable to leave his house since his mother's untimely death, a heartbroken, emotionally devastated twelve year old named Satoru (Kanata Hongo) withdraws himself from all contact with the outside world. However, this situation changes slightly when a technological marvel is built for him, a state-of-the-art robot nicknamed Hinokio! With the help of his robot doppelganger, Satoru is able to take the first tentative steps to reconnecting with the world around him, sending Hinokio to grade school in his stead.

During this daring experiment, Satoru is able to befriend a tomboy named Jun (Tabe Mikano) with the help of his robotic stand-in. But even if he connects with Jun, is he still not alone, isolated in his bedroom? Soon enough, this relationship impels Satoru to attempt to experience the world in a more direct manner, but not by coming out of the house. Instead, he activates the robot's "sensations," a decision that puts young Takashi in mortal jeopardy.

Back home, there is also the strained relationship between father and son for Takashi to deal with. Satoru's dad Kaoru (Masatoshi Nakamura) tries his best to reach out to his son, but Satoru still blames him for his mother's death. Thus, communication between the two is sparse at best. Yet through the vehicle of Hinokio, the two may finally have a chance at reconciliation. Will Satoru trade all his newfound virtual relationships for real ones or will he remain petrified with fear? Featuring appearances by Kobayashi Ryoko and Horikita Maki, Hinokio is a poignant film that asks the hard questions about what it really means to be alive.

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Adapted from renowned writer Li Xintian's same-titled novel, animated film Sparkling Red Star is a heartwarming, colorful, and patriotic children's story set in 1930s China. Naked Ambition and Love on the Rocks director Lam Chiu Yin makes a rather significant departure from his previous works to present the big adventures of a little comrade. Growing up in a time of chaos, carefree village boy Dongzi greatly admires his brave Red Army soldier father and the Red Guards who have protected his village from the evil landlord. When Dongzi's father leaves for the Long March, he gives a sparkling red star to his son. This red star becomes Dongzi's protector in the subsequent years as he encounters numerous hardships and slowly comes of age during the changing tides of wartime China.

The Cantonese version of Sparkling Red Star features the voices of Gillian Chung and Charlene Choi of Twins, Kenny Kwan, Mandy Chiang, Sun Boy'z, Louise Lee, Law Ka Ying, and Tsui Siu Ming. The Mandarin version is voiced by Super Girl Xu Fei, Jiang Wenli, and Zhu Xinyun, who starred in the 1974 live-action film adaptation of Sparkling Red Star.

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Starting in the 1970s, Michael, Ricky and Sam Hui the Hui brothers created comedy classics that defined a generation and changed the face of Hong Kong cinema. Focusing their films on the lives of ordinary people, they combined wit and compassion to make comedies that struck a chord with filmgoers, eventually becoming one of the most formidable comedic forces Hong Kong has ever seen.

1993's Always On My Mind stars Michael Hui as a money-grubbing news anchor who's just discovered that he has cancer. As if that wasn't bad enough, the TV station he works at is also looking to fire him. Before the station has a chance to finalize the firing, though, the news anchor finds fame overnight thanks to his coverage of a sensational robbery. To further boost ratings, the TV station lets news of the anchor's illness slip. The anchor's similarly opportunistic wife (Josephine Siao) has no idea that this publicity stunt is actually rooted in truth, and happily goes along with the 'charade'...

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Kurosawa classic Hidden Fortress gets a blockbuster makeover in the 2008 epic remake The Hidden Fortress: The Last Princess (a.k.a. Kakushi Toride no San Akunin: The Last Princess). Director Higuchi Shinji's last two films, The Sinking of Japan and Lorelei, are good indicators of what's new on the menu. Keenly aware of how to make a film a cinematic event, Higuchi updates the classic story with thrilling action, striking special effects, and idol leads, while at the same time retaining the original's core narrative and themes. Nagasawa Masami (Crying Out Love in the Center of the World) stars as the naive spoiled princess whose eyes are opened by her journey into the real world, and popular actor Hiroshi Abe (Trick) steps into the hallowed shoes of Mifune Toshiro to play her grizzled samurai protector. Arashi's Matsumoto Jun (Hana Yori Dango: Final), in a role greatly expanded in comparison to the original film, plays the hot-blooded peasant who becomes the princess's unlikely hero and romantic interest.

After the Akizuku clan fall in defeat to rival clan Yamana, Princess Yuki (Nagasawa Masami) and general Rokurota (Hiroshi Abe), take cover in a hidden fortress, along with their clan and gold treasury. Fortuitously stumbling into the hideaways, brash young miner Takezo (Matsumoto Jun) and his bumbling sidekick Shinhachi (Miyagawa Daisuke) hatch a daring plan to help transport the gold out of enemy terrain - in exchange for a share of the stash, of course. With assassins hot in pursuit, Yuki disguises as a male and ventures into the real world with Rukurota and her peasant companions, getting her first taste of danger, toil, and budding romance with the strong-minded and willful Takezo.

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Based on the manga written and illustrated by Yasuhiko Yoshikazu, Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin is a series of OVAs released in Japanese theaters to coincide with the 35th anniversary of the much-loved Gundam franchise. Centering on one of the most popular characters in the Gundam universe (and indeed, all of anime), Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin tells the story of Char Aznable's childhood, a time when he was known only as Casval Rem Deikun. After the death of his father, Casval suddenly finds himself having to flee for his life with his younger sister Artesia in tow, and from this tragic childhood episode rises one of the most formidable figures in Gundam history.
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Independent filmmaker Vincent Chui made his first feature film Leaving in Sorrow a few years ago, starring Shawn Yue who was not as famous back then, and in 2004 he finished another film Fear of Intimacy. The film appears to be a genre film yet its portrayal of a loving relationship encompasses a depth of feelings that is seldom found in mainstream movies. Though an independent production, its cast is never a weak one with award-winning Tony Leung Ka Fai, Michelle Saram from Skyline Cruisers, Taiwanese model-actress Stephenie Lim, and handsome new actor Cheung Wing Hong.

Fai (Tony Leung), once a successful photojournalist, now makes a living as a paparazzi to take pictures of celebrities and expose their scandals. A new photographer (Michelle Saram), admiring him, works with him in following a rich lady. The target's mysterious death draws them into investigation, in which Fai's memory of his girlfriend who vanished in the thin air 5 years ago keeps haunting him... The film was launched at the Hong Kong International Film Festival in early 2004 but its commercial release did not take place until 2005. Now the film is also available on DVD and VCD for those who have missed the theatrical release in Hong Kong. Also selected as a competition entry for the 26th Moscow International Film Festival and as the Closing Film for the 6th Taipei Film Festival.

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Mizuki Shigeru's beloved manga series Gegege no Kitaro has seen numerous small and big screen adaptations since the 1960s, but this latest 2007 film is without a doubt the most visually stunning effort yet. Directed by Motoki Katsuhide (Drugstore Girl) with a screenplay from Habara Daisuke (Hula Girls), Gegege no Kitaro is set in a delightful world populated by Japanese folklore creatures called yokai, demon spirits with supernatural powers. Yokai come in many shapes and forms and the film brings them to life in a fanciful fusion of CG, animation, and live-action, with everything from cat spirits to walking eyeballs roaming through ancient forests and modern Japan. The special effects were handled by Centro Digital Pictures, whose previous credentials include Kill Bill, Kung Fu Hustle, and Shaolin Soccer. Equally impressive is the cast, with Wentz Eiji of WaT, who proved his acting chops in Captain Tokio and Lovely Complex, stepping into the title role of Kitaro and Inoue Mao (Hana Yori Dango) playing his human love interest, a new role written especially for the film. They appear alongside an all-star line-up that includes Oizumi Yo, Tanaka Rena (Waiting in the Dark), Nakamura Shido (Be With You), You, and Koyuki (The Last Samurai).

In modern-day Japan, the worlds of the human and the yokai often collide, and usually not in the most pleasant of manners. Half-human and half-yokai, one-eyed Kitaro (Wentz Eiji) lives in Gegege Forest with his bickering friends Nezumi Otoko (Oizumi Yo) and Neko Musume (Tanaka Rena) and his eyeball father, and he dedicates his time to maintaining peace between humans and yokai. When a magical ball of power ends up in the wrong hands, Kitaro must recover it or both worlds could fall into grave danger.

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It's a Shaw Brothers flashback as the legendary Lau Kar Leung directs and stars in Drunken Monkey, a 2003 action film with old-school kung-fu charms! Lau Kar Leung stars as Man Biu, master of the Monkey Fist, and its alcohol-influenced variation, the Drunken Monkey Fist. But his own brother betrays him with the help of some unsavory villains, and Man Biu is left for dead. Luckily he survives, and is nursed back to health by Siu Man (Shannon Yao). Meanwhile, Man Biu is sought after by a couple of young fans, Ka Yip (Lau King Win) and Tak (TV star Jacky Ng King), who find the old man, but discover that he simply wants to be left alone. That desire is denied when Inspector Hung Yat Fu (Shaw Brothers legend Gordon Lau) comes calling. Eventually, the news of Man Biu's survival is bound to reach his foes, and it'll be up to Man Biu, Tak, Ka Yip, Siu Man, and the power of the Drunken Monkey Fist to make things right! Former Shaw Brothers stars Lau Kar Leung and Gordon Lau make a welcome return, and Lau Kar Leung serves up his exciting trademark action choreography. In an age of romantic comedies and teen popstar vehicles, Drunken Monkey is a refreshing blast from the past!
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