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Joy Sales Flower's Taste - Ambrose Hsu E Idol Drama at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Flower's Taste - Ambrose Hsu E Idol Drama
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Joy Sales Flower's Taste - Ambrose Hsu E Idol Drama at 15.20 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Flower's Taste - Ambrose Hsu E Idol Drama
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Riding on the success on the debut of "Lavender" TV series, another story of Ambrose Hsu's "Flower's taste" will continue to keep you hooked. Also starring Yeung Shing-lin, Wan Fang and Xia Jing-yang.
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Joy Sales Never Ending Night + Making Of Never Ending Night at 15.20 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Never Ending Night + Making Of Never Ending Night
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Never Ending Night + Making Of Never Ending Night
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Joy Sales Night Security Guard at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Night Security Guard
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Night Security Guard
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Joy Sales World Travel Series -Hawaii at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales World Travel Series -Hawaii
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World Travel Series -Hawaii
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Joy Sales World Travel Series -France at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales World Travel Series -France
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World Travel Series -France
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Joy Sales Chao Ju Jing Dian - Di Qing Ping Nan at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Chao Ju Jing Dian - Di Qing Ping Nan
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Joy Sales Chao Ju Jing Dian - San Gu Nao Hun at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Chao Ju Jing Dian - San Gu Nao Hun
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Chao Ju Jing Dian - San Gu Nao Hun
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Joy Sales Express To Better Vocabulary And Pronunciation Vol. 1B at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Express To Better Vocabulary And Pronunciation Vol. 1B
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Express To Better Vocabulary And Pronunciation Vol. 1B
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Joy Sales True Love at 20.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales True Love
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True Love
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Joy Sales Stage Door Johnny (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Stage Door Johnny (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Jackie Chan produces Stage Door Johnny, an action-drama set in early 20th century Shanghai. The all-female Hsiao Ho Chun Peking Opera company is suffering its most trying times. In addition to a declining audience, there's internal conflict and even some trouble with local triads. Self-important diva Yen Hseih (Kara Wai Ying Hung) sows discord within the opera troupe, while triad leader Chang (Lau Siu Ming) has his eye on troupe member Hsiao Hsuen (Lai Yin Shan). Righteous fellow Lu Tung Tang (Waise Lee) comes to her defense, but the ensuing conflict spells darker times ahead for the struggling troupe. Can the bickering opera troupe band together to save their art and livelihood from an unwelcome end? Jackie Chan's stuntman team choreographed the intricate acrobatics of the Hsiao Ho Chun company, resulting in dazzling stage performances featuring the Peking Opera's trademark gorgeous costumes and sumptuous stage pageantry. Featuring an impressive cast of Hong Kong Cinema players, including Idy Chan, Wu Ma, Ken Lo Wai Kwong, and Lam Ching Ying, Stage Door Johnny is acrobatic, entertaining Hong Kong Cinema!
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Joy Sales By Accident (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales By Accident (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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By Accident (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Those Days In The Heaven (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Those Days In The Heaven (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Those Days In The Heaven (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Love, Lone Flower (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Love, Lone Flower (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Love, Lone Flower (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Blackbeard (2006) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 13.90 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Blackbeard (2006) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Blackbeard (2006) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales My Wife Is A Gambling Maestro (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales My Wife Is A Gambling Maestro (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Wong Jing strikes again with the slapstick gambling comedy My Wife is a Gambling Maestro! Multi-tasking as director, producer, actor, and most likely writer (credited to "Two Fat Men"), Wong Jing retreads the hallowed God of Gamblers formula with genre regular Nick Cheung, no stranger to gambling films or Wong Jing shtick after appearing in The Conman series. Nick Cheung doesn't deal the cards this time, however, as gambling duties fall to Wong Jing's newest protege Natalie Meng Yao (Beauty and the Seven Beasts). Co-starring comic standby Cheung Tat Ming, martial artist Xing Yu (Kung Fu Hustle), and Stephen Chow regular Chan Kwok Kwan (Shaolin Soccer, Kung Fu Hustle) as the swaggering bad guy, My Wife is a Gambling Maestro is an amusing throwback effort with more than enough action, comedy, and mahjong tiles to entertain fans of the genre. Gambling queen and martial arts extraordinaire Ying Ying (Natalie Meng) is set to take the crown at the upcoming Asian God of Gamblers championship, but she ends up in deep water when she gets double-crossed by her lover (Samuel Pang) and rival gambler Manu (Chan Kwok Kwan). Suffering from amnesia after her drowning incident, Ying Ying gets rescued by an unlikely knight in shining armor: harried debt-ridden debt collector Jay (Nick Cheung) who suffers abuse left and right in his job and from his cheating girlfriend. Things seem to look up for Jay after he meets Ying Ying, but she has the habit of beating him up whenever he gets too close. The clock is ticking down as Ying Ying settles down to a new life with Jay who happens to hate gambling because of his line of work. Will Ying Ying regain her memory in time for the championship? And what will Jay do when he finds out her true identity?
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Joy Sales No U-Turn (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales No U-Turn (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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No U-Turn (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales The Yesman (VCD) (Hong Kong Version ) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Yesman (VCD) (Hong Kong Version )
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The Yesman (VCD) (Hong Kong Version )
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Joy Sales Winners And Sinners (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Winners And Sinners (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Hong Kong Cinema legend Sammo Hung's 1983 ensemble action comedy Winners and Sinners was such a huge blockbuster it spawned several sequels in a (Five) Lucky Stars series. In this first film, the Five Lucky Stars are "Teapot" (Sammo Hung), "Exhaust Pipe" (Richard Ng), "Vaseline" (Charlie Chin), "Curly" (John Shum), and "Rookie" (Stanley Fung), with guest stars Jackie Chan, Cherie Chung, Yuen Biao, Pat Ha, Lam Ching Ying, and Cecilia Yip in supporting roles. The five friends are released from jail after serving time for different petty crimes. They decide to go straight and together they set up the Lucky Stars cleaning company. Somehow they get entangled in a war between two gangs over some counterfeit money printing plates, and with the cops also after them, many stunning stunts and hilarious antics ensue. The film won Best Action Choreography and was nominated for Best Actor (for Richard Ng) at the 3rd Hong Kong Film Awards.
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Joy Sales General Stone (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales General Stone (Hong Kong Version)
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General Stone (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Dragon Lord (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Dragon Lord (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Action-comedy superstar Jackie Chan is in fine comic form in Dragon Lord an early eighties showcase for the budding star that was directed by Chan himself! Jackie Chan is Lung, a playful and mischievous youth who spends his days hanging around with his pal Chin (Mars), foolishly pursuing women, and engaging in sports instead of going to school like he should be doing. But Lung and Chin are drawn into a devious plot to smuggle Chinese treasures to foreign lands, leading to numerous chases, escapes, and finally a barn brawl that's choreographed in vintage Jackie Chan style! A young and delightfully spry Jackie Chan makes Dragon Lord an early gem in the superstar's legendary career. Some of Chan's most impressive stuntwork is featured here, along with the beginnings of his trademark action-comedy style. But there are martial arts too, and also the winning Jackie Chan comic charm, which was evident even during the early eighties. Dragon Lord isn't just an entertaining action-comedy, but also an essential film in Jackie Chan's already packed library of classics!
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Joy Sales The Killer (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Killer (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version)
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Before going international, John Woo stunned Hong Kong movie fans with his A Better Tomorrow in 1986, which opened an era of heroic bloodshed movies in Hong Kong cinema, weaving action, melodrama, and strong storylines together in a unique style. Following the success of A Better Tomorrow, Woo created The Killer, also featuring the famed Chow Yun Fat as a killer who is not at all cold-blooded. The film also features veteran actors Danny Lee and Kenneth Tsang as cops, as well as renowned singer Sally Yeh. The chemistry between John Woo and Chow Yun-Fat continues to interweave the theme of brotherly love into an intriguing plot. The Killer illustrates the dilemma of upholding principles, sacrificing friends and betraying one's conscience. Woo delivers a combination of high impact action spliced in with dramatic slow motion shots, showing his unique cinematic style and flair. This stylish and action-packed film is just as acclaimed as A Better Tomorrow, winning the film Best Director and Best Film Editing at the 9th Hong Kong Film Awards.
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Joy Sales Nothing Is Impossible (Hong Kong Version) at 15.20 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Nothing Is Impossible (Hong Kong Version)
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Drinking games and alcohol come hand in hand, and Hong Kong is particularly fond of "speed fists" drinking games, a very elaborate cousin of rock paper scissors. A combination of high-speed chants and hand and body motions, fist drinking games are a unique part of Chinese culture, so it was only matter of time before the hallowed practice got the big screen treatment. Directed by Lam Wah Chuen (Runaway Pistol), Nothing is Impossible is a colorful zero-to-hero comedy starring popular comedian Dayo Wong (Fighting to Survive) and Johnnie To regular Cherrie Ying (Throw Down). Add in a smattering of romance, Wong's signature wry humor, and a motley line-up of cameos, and Nothing is Impossible presents a very Hong Kong slice of cinema. Cram school teacher Vivian (Cherrie Ying) may have a good job and photogenic looks, but when it comes to fist drinking games and holding down her alcohol, she still has a long way to go. When Vivian loses her boyfriend (Andy On) to speed fists champion Mango (Debbie Koh), she is determined to win back her pride. She teams up with former champion Turtle (Dayo Wong) to learn the tricks of the game, but he has a long list of problems himself, including a money-hungry ex-wife and piling debts. Vivian soon develops a liking for the game and for her tutor, but can she master the game in time to triumph at the speed fist championship?
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Joy Sales Black Cat 2 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Black Cat 2 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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The Black Cat returns with guns a-blazing in Black Cat 2. Again directed by Stephen Shin, this action-packed sequel sees Jade Leung reprising the role that made her famous. Leung's icy cold assassin is a classic character among Hong Kong's girl-with-gun heroines, and she outdoes her work in the original in the action department. Shot completely in Europe, Black Cat 2 also co-stars Robin Shou from Mortal Kombat. After the trials outlined in the first film, Leung's Erica is brought back to CIA headquarters and her memory is wiped, making her even more cold and heartless. When the agency discovers an international terrorist group is planning to assassinate the Russian president, Erica and agent Robin are sent out to stop the assassins, but a trap is already waiting for them.
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Joy Sales Chelsia, My Love (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Chelsia, My Love (Hong Kong Version)
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Chelsia Chan was quite a legend in the Hong Kong entertainment industry. She started her career as a singer in 1975, and her screen debut, Chelsia, My Love, paved the way for her stardom in the film industry. Her popularity even extended to Korea, which was quite rare for Chinese stars at that time. She retired from her fabulous career in 1981 when she got married and moved to Malaysia with her husband, and did not return to the music scene until 2006 when she released her new album Flying Our Dream in Korea. Her debut movie, Chelsia, My Love, also starring famous singer Kenny Bee, is now available on disc again for fans! Directed by Sung Cheng Shou, Chelsia, My Love sees Chelsia Chan as a girl suffering from a chronic disease. She encounters Leung (Kenny Bee) in her graduation ball and they fall in love with each other, but can their romance last forever? The theme song One Summer Night also gained unprecedented popularity across Asia, and is still many Korean fans' summertime favorite. Chelsia Chan performed the Korean version to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the film's release, and the song is available in Flying Our Dream.
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Joy Sales Rainbow In My Heart (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Rainbow In My Heart (Hong Kong Version)
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This late-70s Taiwan romance drama produced by Golden Harvest stars famous Hong Kong singer/actor Kenny Bee as an advertising agency manager, who ditches his two-timing model girlfriend (Terry Hu Yin Meng) for a Korean Chinese singer (Chelsia Chan). The film was nominated for Best Supporting Actress in the Golden Horse Awards for Hu Yin Meng, who had previously won this award with At the Side of Skyline. The cast also includes Kenny Bee's Wynners bandmate and frequent on-screen collaborator Chan Friend, as well as filmmaker Phillip Chan. The late Taiwan director and screenwriter Sung Chuen Sau was an associate of Chinese film legends King Hu and Li Han-hsiang, and was most celebrated for making Chelsia's first silver screen outing Chelsia My Love and helming Brigitte Lin's movie debut Outside the Window.
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Joy Sales A Heroic Fight (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales A Heroic Fight (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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A Heroic Fight (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Disciples Of Shaolin Temple (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Disciples Of Shaolin Temple (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Out of the Hong Kong directors of the seventies and eighties, few had a more diversified set of works than Shaw Brothers director Hua Shan. His filmography included such films as the first Chinese sci-fi superhero film The Super Inframan, true crime series The Criminals, and the Leslie Cheung-starring martial arts romance drama Little Dragon Maiden. The 1985 kung fu drama Disciples of Shaolin Temple was one of his last films, and he managed to get the most out of the young martial arts actors at his disposal. To evade an arranged marriage by his parents, rich kid Cheng Yipeng (Fan Dong Yu) bids farewell to his lover Xiaoqin (He Qing) before running away to the Shaolin Temple. There, he and a group of fellow disciples study Shaolin martial arts under the tutelage of Master Hengde. One day, Youxia (Wang Chi, also the action choreographer for the film), a former disciple who was expelled by the Temple years ago, comes back for revenge. When the Abbot refuses to accept his challenge, Youxia turns his grudge to the group of new disciples...
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Joy Sales Fight For Love (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Fight For Love (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Directed by Chin Man Kei (The Haunted School), Fight for Love is an inspirational action film adapted from a real-life story. Veteran Hong Kong action star Yuen Biao and actor/producer Cheung Kwok Keung lead the cast which includes Mainland starlet Li Bingbing, Hong Kong actress Yoyo Mung, and child actor Daichi Harashima from Lost in Time. Told in retrospect, the film opens with a national martial arts competition where trainer Hoi Dung (Yuen Biao) proudly looks on as his student Siu Hoi wins the top prize. He thinks back to the past, when Siu Hoi was just a 10-year-old boy, and to his own days of romance and fighting.
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Joy Sales Seaman No.7 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Seaman No.7 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Seaman No.7 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Love Stories (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Love Stories (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Love Stories (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Naked Comes The Huntress (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Naked Comes The Huntress (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Naked Comes The Huntress (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Fury (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Fury (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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A blood pledge of friendship between gangsters, an international counterfeiting ring, double-crossings, and two-guns-blazing revenge - Fury (1988) has all the elements of classic Hong Kong action cinema. It also sports some very familiar faces for gun-fu fans; Fury's three lead actors would all go on to star in some of the modern masterpieces of the genre. Waise Lee is perhaps best known as the unscrupulous Paul in John Woo's Bullet in the Head, while Philip Chan played Chow Yun Fat's boss in Woo's Hard Boiled, and Michael Wong starred opposite Anthony Wong in Beast Cops. In Fury, Lee, Chan, and Wong play three fast friends in the Hong Kong underworld overseeing the transfer of counterfeit US dollars to their associates in the Taiwanese mob. Lee's cousin is in charge of arranging the handoff, but he's also a police snitch. The botched operation ends in Wong's arrest and a narrow escape for Lee and Chan. The double-crossing cousin doesn't want any loose ends left alive, however, and goes after Chan and even Wong's wife. Upon his release from prison, Wong reunites with Lee to get some triad-style revenge on the man who set them up.
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Joy Sales A Voluntary Act (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales A Voluntary Act (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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A Voluntary Act (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales The Cheeky Chap (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Cheeky Chap (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Of the Shaw Brothers Venoms, Wai Pak never quite reached the fame and popularity of his fellow brethen despite being the best looking of the lot. After a brief Shaw Bros. career most notable for Five Deadly Venoms, he jumped to upstart Golden Harvest in 1979. Wai took supporting roles in kung fu classics like Sammo Hung's Magnificent Butcher and Prodigal Son, as well as Jackie Chan's The Young Master. Proper leading man status for Wai would come in the 1980 kung fu flick The Cheeky Chap and the 1981 supernatural thriller The Phantom Killer. Directed by Lee Wing Cheung, The Cheeky Chap is a rare release that sees Wai Pak taking on a Jackie Chan-style kung fu comedy. The young and carefree Ma (Wai Pak) is an accomplished martial artist who never looks away when he sees crime and injustice. His pesky habit brings him into dispute with local gangster Au from whom he rescues Ko. Ma also lends a helping hand to Phoenix (Man Suet Yee) and her debt-ridden father, but Phoenix's father eventually dies in the hands of his debtors, the notorious Sha brothers. Incensed by Ma's constant interference, Au and the Sha brothers decide to team up, laying a trap to take him out.
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Joy Sales Pandora's Booth (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Pandora's Booth (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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The first of three high-definition films produced by Derek Yee (Shinjuku Incident) for Star Chinese Movies, the 2006 film Pandora's Booth revolves around a pair of lovers connected across time through a mysterious telephone booth. Pop stars Kenny Kwan (The Deserted Inn) and Fiona Sit, who collaborated with Yee before in 2 Young, play young lovers whose fates are forever altered by a call from the future. Directed by Albert Mak Kai Kwong (Dummy Mummy Without a Baby), the film also co-stars singer Karen Tong and Wong Hap Hei as Kwan's older self who opens Pandora's Booth. Electrician Fai (Wong Hap Hei) is married and has a three-year-old daughter, but his relationship with his wife (Karen Tong) is lukewarm at best. One stormy night, he comes across an old-fashioned phone booth that mysteriously connects him to his girlfriend Mei (Fiona Sit), who passed away two decades ago. From that day on, whenever it rains Fai calls Mei at that booth, creating misunderstandings between Mei and Fai's younger self (Kenny Kwan). It was an argument that led to Mei's fatal accident 20 years ago. When Fai realizes what his phone calls have done, he tries to change the past to save Mei, further rewriting the past, present, and future.
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Joy Sales Aces Go Places II (1983) (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Aces Go Places II (1983) (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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The "Best Partners" return in Aces Go Places 2, the inevitable and equally-as-entertaining sequel to the original Aces Go Places. It seems that King Kong (Sam Hui) and Kodojak (Karl Maka) made some enemies in the first film, because the second film kicks off with an assassination plot on their lives! The orders come from Henry Kissinger(!), and the assassin is the nefarious Black Glove, who happens to look just like Clint Eastwood AND wears his costume from his famous Spaghetti Westerns, too! Unfazed by their new popularity, King Kong and Kodojak continue to pal around, find romantic misadventures, annoy the returning Inspector "Hot Tongue" Ho (Sylvia Chang), get framed for various crimes, and still regroup in time to rout the bad guys and save the day. Featuring even more slapstick, silliness, and surprising stuntwork, this sequel was an instant success with fans of the first film. It may not make that much sense, but it doesn't have to! It's Aces Go Places 2!
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Joy Sales The Master (VCD) (Remastered) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Master (VCD) (Remastered) (Hong Kong Version)
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The team behind the classic Once Upon a Time in China films, star Jet Li and director Tsui Hark, collaborate on The Master, a modern retelling of the Wong Fei Hung legend set in Los Angeles, California! Jet Li is a martial arts disciple who arrives in the United States to visit his master (Yuen Wah), who runs a small clinic named "Po Chi Lam". But there's trouble for the duo, as one of the master's former students decides to use his kung-fu powers for evil, and even trashes the clinic in the process. There's only one thing a good martial arts disciple can do...go after the offenders and take them down with righteous fury and a swift kick to the head! The Master affords Jet Li fans the opportunity to see their idol run rampant over Los Angeles dispensing justice to a passel of nefarious villains, including Billy Blanks of "Tae Bo" fame! Jet Li supplies his dynamic screen presence and martial arts athleticism, and Tsui Hark does all the rest in The Master!
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Joy Sales Final Victory (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Final Victory (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version)
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Patrick Tam, director of the award-winning After This Our Exile, first made his name for creating artistically acclaimed movies with his daring 1982 work Nomad (starring Leslie Cheung, Cecilia Ip, Pat Ha, Ken Tong). His 1987 movie Final Victory is definitely worth re-visiting. Internationally renowned director Wong Kar Wai, yet to make his directorial debut at the time, co-wrote the script of Final Victory with Patrick Tam and Winnie Yu (now head of Commercial Radio Hong Kong). Also a Hong Kong New Wave director, Tsui Hark stepped down from his director's chair to take up the male lead alongside Eric Tsang, now one of the most representative actors in Hong Kong, and sexy actress Loletta Lee. Eric Tsang stars as the shy and timid Hung who has to choose between brotherhood and love. Tsui Hark portrays triad gangster Bo, who asks Hung, his younger sworn brother, to take care of his two mistresses, Ping (Margaret Li) and Mimi (Loletta Lee). But Hung soon falls in love with Mimi, and he realizes that their romance, if known to Bo, will end their brotherhood which he also treasures.
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Joy Sales The Diary Of A Big Man (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Diary Of A Big Man (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version)
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Shaw Brothers director Chor Yuen helms the eighties laffer Diary of a Big Man, starring the one and only Chow Yun Fat in a riotous comic role! Chow is Chow Ting Fat, a busy businessman who loves two women equally...so he marries them both! Wife one is Joey Wang, a boutique owner who thinks her husband is traveling abroad to the European stock market. Wife two is Sally Yeh, a stewardess who thinks her husband is traveling abroad to the American stock market. And Chow Ting Fat is one seriously stressed out, harried individual who has to juggle two wives AND a career at the same time! He seems to be doing okay...until the two women meet and set up a dinner party to meet the other's spouse! How is Chow Ting Fat going to get out of this one?Wacky wordplay, dexterous physical comedy and engaging performances help Diary of a Big Man along, but it's Chow Yun Fat's dizzy comic acting that turns heads here! The big man is a comic revelation as he manages to take the somewhat sordid subject of bigamy and make it both harmless and hilarious! Co-starring Waise Lee, Carrie Ng and Kent Cheng, Diary of a Big Man is breezy eighties Hong Kong comedy at its most fun.
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Joy Sales That Enchanting Night (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales That Enchanting Night (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Director Chor Yuen, best known abroad for helming high-flying 70s wuxia classics like Heaven Sword and Dragon Sabre and Clan of Amazons, first made his name churning out romantic comedies in the 1960s. He returned to his roots in the 80s, although That Enchanting Night (1987) gets a shot-in-the-arm of adrenaline courtesy of its producer, Jackie Chan, and his Stuntmen's Association. Still, action acrobatics take a back seat to affairs of the heart, and That Enchanting Night reminds audiences that the director of Swordsman and Enchantress was also a master of more lighthearted fare such as the comedy classic House of 72 Tenants. That Enchanting Night chronicles the romantic ups and downs of Ling and Feng, two girls from Macau whose lifelong friendship is put to the test when they both fall for the same guy. Ling eventually wins handsome Wah's affections, much to Feng's chagrin. But when Wah leaves Ling - and leaves her pregnant - Feng forgoes her bitter feelings to help her friend arrange a fake marriage to an impossibly effeminate acquaintance. All seems well until unexpected romantic stirrings from Ling's pseudo-husband and the sudden return of Wah knocks the girls for a loop and leaves them scrambling to untangle the messy threads of their love lives!
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Joy Sales Heart Against Hearts (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Heart Against Hearts (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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The final episode to the romantic comedy trilogy starring popular singer George Lam, the hilarious Carol "Dodo" Cheng, and the gorgeous singer Vivian Chow, Heart against Heart directed by Stephen Shin turns out just as entertaining as the two previous episodes. Judy (Carol Cheng) and Alex (George Lam) finally get married form a warm family with Judy's daughter Vivian (Vivian Chow). Just when they think they can settle down with their new lives, a new crisis is awaiting them ahead. The liquidation of Alex's company throws him out of job, and Judy has to support the family. She learns financial investment with Alex's friend E.T. (Paul Chun), and, weird enough for a new joiner, receives a promotion soon after she starts. Alex, unemployed at home, suspects his newly wedded wife to have an affair with E.T., but he discovers something more serious: the whole thing about E.T.'s company is a fraud?
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Joy Sales Heavenly Mission (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Heavenly Mission (Hong Kong Version)
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Young and Dangerous icon Ekin Cheng steps into a new triad role in his latest film, Heavenly Mission. Directed by James Yuen (Crazy N' The City), Heavenly Mission pits Ekin Cheng in a dangerous game of wits against Alex Fong (One Nite in Mongkok) and Stephen Fung (House of Fury). The film also features an impressively star-studded supporting cast including Julian Cheung (Wo Hu), Eric Kot, Wayne Lai, Wong Yau Nam (Men Suddenly in Black), Niki Chow (Love Battlefield), and Shaw Brothers veteran Di Lung. Entertaining and intriguing, Heavenly Mission is an uncommon triad action drama that engages from beginning to end. After eight years in Thai prison, legendary triad leader Autumn Yip (Ekin Cheng) returns to Hong Kong, sending the police, the underworld, and the media into frenzy as they try to anticipate his next big move. Teaming up with his former buddies, the high-profile Autumn opens a legitimate company, gives to charity, and appears every bit a mild-mannered, reformed man. Seasoned cop Ming (Alex Fong), however, is convinced that his actions are a front for something illegal. Equally suspicious is aggressive triad boss Ghost (Stephen Fung) who resorts to nefarious tactics to challenge both Autumn and the police.
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Joy Sales A Time To Love (Hong Kong Version) at 15.20 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales A Time To Love (Hong Kong Version)
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The theme of impossible love is timeless. It is as touching in the Shakespearean era as in the 1980s. A boy and a girl grew up together and fell in love with each other in the early 80s. The strong hatred between their families was an obstacle to their love. Dating would bring disaster while separation would be torture. Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet inspired them to persist in their love, but that love was still too fragile to resist pressure from their families. He was sent abroad seven years ago and she has waited for seven years for him to return. Can the love between them be everlasting? A Time to Love, released near Valentine's Day, is touted as a modern-day Chinese version of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. Popular idols Vicky Zhao Wei and Lu Yi both take on new images in this artistic film. Award-winning director Huo Jianqi designs the most aesthetic scenes to convey the intense romance. This film is another masterpiece from Huo after Nuan which won the Tokyo Grand Prix at the 16th Tokyo International Film Festival.
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Joy Sales Mob Sister aka: Ah Sou (DTS Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 15.20 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Mob Sister aka: Ah Sou (DTS Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Mob Sister (a.k.a. Ah Sou) features a star-studded cast! The film pools together Best Actor winners such as Eric Tsang, Simon Yam, Anthony Wong, Alex Fong, Liu Ye, and Tse Kwan Ho, co-starring with character actors Yuen Wah (Kung Fu Hustle) and Liu Kai Chi. Gorgeous Karena Lam collaborates with new actress Annie Liu, selected from thousands of girls during casting, to portray two Mob Sisters who have to join the triads against their will. Annie Liu's lack of experience was seemingly no obstacle in her performance as a naive girl brought up by gangsters. On the other hand, Karena Lam gives up her usual sweet-girl roles, such as the ones in Floating Landscape and It Had To Be You, and takes on a new challenge to play a female gangster in this off-beat and original female-centered Hong Kong triad movie. Director Wong Ching Po, a past Best New Director winner at the Hong Kong Film Awards, subverts gangster movies' traditions not only by telling the story from a female point of view, but also by making it a visually arresting motion picture. He tries to make almost every frame in Mob Sister aesthetically complex. Karena Lam's white dresses and Annie Liu's red ones form an interesting and impressive contrast. For movie lovers who want to see a highly stylized gangster movie, Mob Sister is a visual treat.
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Joy Sales A Side, B Side, Seaside (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales A Side, B Side, Seaside (Hong Kong Version)
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Chan Wing Chiu has been working in the Hong Kong film industry since the 1990s, and now he pools together a bunch of new actors to make a refreshing title A Side, B Side, Seaside. The film consists of "A Side" and "B Side", reminding us of the VCD format which splits a film into two discs. On "A Side", the VCD of Takeshi Kitano's A Scene At The Sea brings a 17-year-old girl Chan Tim to encounter her first love Ho Fu who works in a VCD shop. She then comes across him on an outlying Island of Hong Kong where she is enjoying an unforgettable summer holiday with her best friends. Radiating the vitality peculiar to 17-year-olds, the four girls seem tireless in trying anything that they have never done before: adult movies, puppy love, first kiss, and many other things. The story on "B Side" also takes place on this small island. A young girl Ah Mei returns from the urban area to this unsophisticated community to visit two old friends. While recalling memories of their younger days, they also realize that their innocence back then has quietly faded away. "B Side" seems totally unrelated to "Side A" on surface, but Ah Mei's nostalgia of her youthful times may be foretelling what Chan Tim will have to go through one day. "A Side" and "B Side" both take place at seaside, where Chan Tim, Ah Mei, and their friends together sing a song of praise about youth.
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Joy Sales Trio Love (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Trio Love (Hong Kong Version)
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Trio Love (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Never Ending Train (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Never Ending Train (Hong Kong Version)
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Never Ending Train (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Love In Spring (Hong Kong Version) at 15.20 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Love In Spring (Hong Kong Version)
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Love In Spring (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales My Cape Of Many Dreams (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales My Cape Of Many Dreams (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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My Cape Of Many Dreams (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Misty Love (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Misty Love (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Misty Love (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Spring Time In Pattaya (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Spring Time In Pattaya (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Spring Time In Pattaya (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Fate (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Fate (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Produced by Infernal Affairs director Andrew Lau and helmed by Portland Street Blues director Yip Wai Man, Fate follows four young people at life's crossroads, as anger, loneliness, and love bring them to the same twisting lanes and dark alleys. After starring in the Taiwan idol drama Sweet Relationship, singer-actor Alan Kuo makes his film leading man debut in Fata. The son of the late Blackie Ko, Alan Kuo previously appeared as a child actor in 80s films like My Family and The Legend of Wisely, and starred in the RTHK series Y2K+01, but this is his first time headlining a Hong Kong film. Miki Yeung (Fatal Contact), Po Po (Hidden Track), and Deep Ng (Sparkle in the Dark) make up the rest of the main cast for this uncommon youth drama about hope, redemption, and unexpected turns of Fate. Everyone passes through "Cross Street" at some point or another in their youth, but how many people find their way out? Raised in a single-parent household, Fei (Alan Kuo) has a very close relationship with his mother. When she lands in prison because of her drug dealer boyfriend, Fei tries to get revenge and ends up losing an eye. His burning desire for revenge traps him on Cross Street. On the basketball court, PS quietly watches over Fei, because she believes that they are the same - lonely people in a cruel world. Suffering from amnesia, Nana, who has only a fleeting image of Fei left in her mind, searches relentlessly for Cross Street. She asks a stranger, King (Deep Ng), to help her find Cross Street, not remembering that King is actually her boyfriend.
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Joy Sales Once Upon A Rainbow (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Once Upon A Rainbow (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Produced by Teddy Robin and directed by Ng Siu Kong, the 1982 film Once Upon a Rainbow uses a television studio as background to tell the story of two young women of different fates. Appropriate enough, the film starred television starlets of the time Wong Cho Si and Chong Jing Yee, both of whom have long left the industry, making this film a particularly rare treat. A TVB acting class graduate herself, Wong Cho Si is most remembered as Princess Hua Zheng in Legend of the Condor Heroes. Chong Jing Yee meanwhile, is best known for her starring role in another Felix Wong drama, Soldier of Fortune. Coming from a broken family, Angel (Wong Cho Si) places all her hopes and dreams on best friend Fong (Chong Jing Yee). Fong is currently taking acting classes at the TV studio that Angel works at, and both of them develop a liking for the same guy. When Angel finds out about Fong's feelings, she backs out of the budding relationship, not wanting Fong to get hurt. Troubled by own her heart and conscience, Angel slowly loses her voice, giving up on herself. On the same day Fong graduates, she receives news that Angel has committed suicide.
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Joy Sales Making It (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Making It (Hong Kong Version)
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Those who grew up in Hong Kong in the 1970s definitely remember the Wynners, a band formed by Alan Tam, Kenny Bee, Bennett Pang, Danny Yip, and Anthony Chan. They first dabbled into the film industry with Let's Rock in 1975, and in 1978 Taiwanese director Chen Yao Chi created another Wynners movie Making It. With a script tailored for the Wynners, youth film Making It is an updated Chinese version of The Prince and the Pauper. Five up-and-coming young music lovers, played by none other but the Wynners, overcome a lot of difficulties before they have a chance to perform at a restaurant. However, one of the band members, Alan (Alan Tam), suddenly feels ill and is hospitalized. His four friends fortunately come across the rich Sylvester (also Alan Tam) who looks exactly like Alan, and the four desperate band members ask him to take Alan's place for the performance. Meanwhile, Sylvester's parents, busily fetching Sylvester to fulfill an arranged marriage, mistake Alan as Sylvester...
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Joy Sales Laughing Times (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Laughing Times (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Before he became the world-renowned godfather of action films, John Woo directed a number of comedies at Cinema City, the first of which was Laughing Times (1980), the inaugural production for the company that went on to rule Hong Kong Cinema in the '80s. Paying homage to Charlie Chaplin, in particular his 1921 silent film The Kid, Woo's poignant period comedy stars Dean Shek as a tramp with a heart of gold in post-war Hong Kong. Stricken with poverty and hunger, the tramp bumps into an orphaned kid (Wong Wai), a poor singer (Wong Sau Man), and a downtrodden drunkard (veteran actor Wu Ma), who have all been taken advantage by a vicious slave trader (Karl Maka, also the producer of the film). It is up to the heroic tramp to save them and defeat the bad guy...
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Joy Sales Cloud Of Romance (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Cloud Of Romance (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Chinese Stories From Afar II - The Chapter Of Cyprus at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Chinese Stories From Afar II - The Chapter Of Cyprus
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Chinese Stories From Afar II - The Chapter Of Cyprus
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Joy Sales The Owl VS Bumbo (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Owl VS Bumbo (Hong Kong Version)
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Classic eighties stars Sammo Hung and George Lam team-up in the delightful buddy comedy Owl vs. Bombo. Also known by the title Owl vs. Dumbo, the film finds the amiable actors as two ex-thieves (named Owl and Bombo, naturally) who team-up when cop Chung (Stanley Fung) blackmails them into acting on his behalf. Neither Owl nor Bombo has ever been fingered for their crimes, but Chung has the goods on both. However, instead of sending them to the big house, he enlists their aid in bringing down a big-time gangster (James Tien) involved in police corruption. Owl vs. Bombo is typical of Hong Kong Cinema's eighties output, meaning it's a melting pot of various genres, including slapstick comedy, martial arts action, and even romance and drama. Director Sammo Hung gives both he and George Lam romantic interests, with Owl (Lam) becoming involved with social worker Miss Yeung, played by Hong Kong superstar Michelle Yeoh, in her very first screen appearance. Bombo (Hung) also romances a social worker, played by singer-actress Deannie Ip. The film also provides surprising drama, as two couples attempt to repair the lives of a group of juvenile delinquents. However, despite that detour into inspirational drama, the film regroups for a martial arts action finale, plus there's even an added treat for Sammo Hung fans: the famously large martial artist engages in a solo dance number! Funny, poignant, and quite surprising, Owl vs. Bombo is classic Hong Kong entertainment.
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Joy Sales Teenage Muntant Ninja Turtles II (1991) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Teenage Muntant Ninja Turtles II (1991) (Hong Kong Version)
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Teenage Muntant Ninja Turtles II (1991) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Couples, Couples, Couples (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Couples, Couples, Couples (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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The trials and tribulations of three Hong Kong couples get a thorough examination in the all-star comedy-drama Couples, Couples, Couples. Superstar singer Jacky Cheung stars as John, a commercial photographer who lives with executive Mary (the gorgeous Cherie Chung). The two are happy with their non-married life of cohabitation, but the relationship gets thrown for a loop when they're asked to take care of a friends' baby! While the baby creates a desire in Mary to have a child of her own, John begins to view the child as a long-term nuisance. Eventually, it drives a wedge between the two lovers...to the point where Mary plans to have a child on her own! Meanwhile, Mary's sister Elaine (Elaine Kam) is starting to have problems with her workaholic husband Dick (Melvin Wong). A sophisticated cinematic examination of modern relationships, Couples, Couples, Couples features fine performances from some veteran and award-winning Hong Kong Cinema stars!
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Joy Sales By Hook And Crook (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales By Hook And Crook (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Yuen Cheung Yan, action director of Charlie's Angels and brother of Matrix choreographer Yuen Woo Ping, directs Coup de Grace (a.k.a. By Hook and Crook) an entertaining action comedy with some surprising bursts of action! Funnyman Nat Chan Bak Cheung stars as Fred, a dopey jewelry company employee due to wed the impossibly pretty Tina (gorgeous Michelle Reis). But Fred's stash of diamonds is stolen, leaving him with no feasible dowry with which to please Tina's tough dad (Wu Fung). To replenish his depleted funds, Fred schemes with smarmy buddy Seng (Sin Lap Man) to steal some diamonds from his own company. But the plan doesn't exactly go as intended, and soon a gang of robbers, the cops, and even Tina's dad all seem to be after Fred and Seng! Can Fred win over Tina's dad, clear his name, and still marry the impossibly pretty Tina? Inventive action and appealing comedic performances highlight the entertaining and unexpected Coup de Grace!
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Joy Sales Angry Ranger (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Angry Ranger (Hong Kong Version)
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Angry Ranger (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Pizza Lover (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Pizza Lover (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Pizza Lover (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Eject! Eject! at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Eject! Eject!
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Eject! Eject!
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Joy Sales Go To Guns at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Go To Guns
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Go To Guns
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Joy Sales Gettin' in , Gettin' Out at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Gettin' in , Gettin' Out
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Gettin' in , Gettin' Out
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Joy Sales Starry Journey II (Chapter 5) - Cheung Man (Horde) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Starry Journey II (Chapter 5) - Cheung Man (Horde)
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Starry Journey II (Chapter 5) - Cheung Man (Horde)
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Joy Sales From Here To Prosperity (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales From Here To Prosperity (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Richard Ng, possibly the only actor in history who can claim to have upstaged Jackie Chan (Miracles), Sammo Hung (Millionaire's Express), and Michelle Yeoh (Magnificent Warriors) with his comedic mugging, takes center stage in this tongue-in-cheek crime caper from 1986 produced by Sammo Hung and directed by Philip Chan (best known for his appearances in Police Story 3: Supercop and Hard Boiled). Elaborate martial arts stunt work was practically a prerequisite for 1980s Hong Kong cinema, and From Here to Prosperity has its share, but the main attraction is Ng's wacky charm and superb comedic timing. Although he never achieved Stephen Chow-levels of success, the seventy-plus films Ng appeared in throughout the 1980s and 90s constitute one of the greatest legacies of Hong Kong comedy. Set in 1950s Thailand, From Here to Prosperity follows the adventures of a wily detective (Ng) and his cohorts, who are contracted by the daughter of a slain fellow investigator to take revenge on her father's killer, who sells stolen jewels on the black market. In an elaborate insurance fraud scheme, the crook plans the theft of his own merchandise, but Ng and company steal the jewels out from under him. A deal is cut for the return of the priceless diamonds, but Ng is far from through with his grand scheme to make a monkey of his adversary.
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Joy Sales Happy Together (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Happy Together (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Two of 1980s Hong Kong Cinema's biggest stars, Kenny Bee and Cherie Chung, light up the screen in this charming romantic comedy from 1989. Not to be confused with Wong Kar Wai's later homosexual drama, this Happy Together is an innocuous yet entertaining bit of fluff about the romantic ups and downs of a go-get-em news reporter and a burgeoning business executive whose dynamite physical chemistry may not be enough to overcome their drastically different personality quirks. Also starring popular eye candy Chingmy Yau (Naked Killer) and Vivian Chow (Kung Fu Scholar), Happy Together offers a little something for everyone. Whenever newsgirl Cherry (Cherie Chung) and up-and-coming businessman Lum (Kenny Bee) meet, the sparks fly - although they're not always romantic sparks! A drunken night of passion gets things off to a rocky start, followed by a series of disastrous encounters that culminate in an unexpected romance. Cherry moves into Lum's apartment, but the honeymoon is quickly over as the pair discover the extent of their incompatibility. Will love overcome all obstacles? Or will it be the death of Cherry and Lum?
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Joy Sales Half A Loaf Of Kung Fu (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Half A Loaf Of Kung Fu (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Half A Loaf Of Kung Fu (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Chinese Stories From Afar : The Chapter Of Sarajevo 2 (VCD) (ATV Program) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Chinese Stories From Afar : The Chapter Of Sarajevo 2 (VCD) (ATV Program) (Hong Kong Version)
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Chinese Stories From Afar : The Chapter Of Sarajevo 2 (VCD) (ATV Program) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Starry Journey II (Chapter 6) - Cheung Man (Smile Action) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Starry Journey II (Chapter 6) - Cheung Man (Smile Action)
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Starry Journey II (Chapter 6) - Cheung Man (Smile Action)
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Joy Sales The Hired Guns (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Hired Guns (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Golden Harvest brought us this fiery 1981 action movie which depicts the conflicts between cops and international criminals operating in Hong Kong. Chung Kwok Yan directs a cast made up of action stars Phillip Ko, Addy Sung (a.k.a. "Big Little Eyes"), Meng Ding Ge, and Chiu Mei Bo (who also serves as production manager). In a supporting role we see future director Billy Chung Siu Hung (Hong Kong Bronx) playing a young gangster. Another notable talent in the film is editor Marco Mak Chi Sin, who has in recent years become a director with works like Color of the Truth and Wo Hu.
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Joy Sales The Gerile (Hong Kong Version) at 15.20 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Gerile (Hong Kong Version)
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The Gerile (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Its Sunset Again AKA: Oncemore In The Evening (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Its Sunset Again AKA: Oncemore In The Evening (Hong Kong Version)
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Its Sunset Again AKA: Oncemore In The Evening (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Crime Story (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Crime Story (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Fan-favorite Hong Kong cinema classic Crime Story now digitally remastered! It now comes with special features such as original and newly edited trailers (the latter in English), never-before released footages, and deleted scenes from the Hong Kong theatrical edition. Director Kirk Wong also talks about the story behind this film the interview included in this remastered edition. Perpetually happy-go-lucky Jackie Chan gets serious in Crime Story, a riveting police action film directed by Kirk Wong (Organized Crime and Triad Bureau). Inspector Eddie Chan (Jackie Chan) is a brilliant, but emotionally troubled cop assigned to protect a real-estate mogul (Law Kar Ying) who's been threatened with kidnapping. Unfortunately, despite Eddie's best efforts, he's unable to prevent the abduction. His emotions nearing a breaking point, Eddie is paired with fellow cop Hung (Kent Cheng) to track the kidnappers to Taiwan, but circumstances seem to be working against them. The investigation gets impeded at every turn, and there may even be some cops working against Eddie...Based on an actual kidnapping case, Crime Story represents Jackie Chan's most serious work to date. Here, Jackie Chan portrays a hard-boiled, serious cop who's excellent at his job, but cannot take the consequences of his work emotionally. The passion and heartbreak of Eddie Chan are as vital to Crime Story as any of the action sequences, though those happen too. Kirk Wong's experience with the crime genre brings an authentic edge to the film, but it's Jackie Chan's wrenching performance that turns heads. Crime Story earned Jackie Chan a Best Actor Award at the Taiwan Golden Horse Awards, and proves to his fans and non-fans alike that there's more to Jackie Chan than just action.
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Joy Sales Shinjuku Incident (Blu-ray) (Uncut Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 52.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Shinjuku Incident (Blu-ray) (Uncut Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Derek Yee (One Nite in Mongkok) directs action superstar Jackie Chan in Shinjuku Incident, a gripping and violent crime thriller that ranks among 2009's most eagerly anticipated Hong Kong films. Chan takes on a rare dramatic role as a Chinese immigrant who becomes inexorably tied to the Japanese mob. No stranger to tough drama, Yee gives Shinjuku Incident an added relevance with his exploration of Chinese migrants fending for themselves in Tokyo's seedy Shinjuku district. Aiding Yee is an impressive Asian cast, starting with Chan and including Hong Kong's Daniel Wu (Prot g ), China's Fan Bing Bing (Lost in Beijing) and Xu Jing Lei (Warlords), and Japan's Takenaka Naoto (Shall We Dance?) and Kato Masaya (Brother). Before its successful spring theatrical run, Shinjuku Incident served as the opening film at the 33rd Hong Kong International Film Festival. Chinese laborer Steelhead (Jackie Chan) illegally arrives in Japan to search of his missing sweetheart Xiu Xiu (Xu Jing Lei), only to discover that she's married to rising Yakuza boss Eguchi (Kato Masaya). Determined to survive in Tokyo's underbelly, Steelhead unites the Chinese migrants, establishing their own community to protect themselves from the oppressive Japanese and foreign gangs. Steelhead even finds new love with bar owner Lily (Fan Bing Bing), and earns the favor of the righteous Inspector Kitano (Takenaka Naoto). However, the Chinese antagonize the entrenched Taiwanese gangsters, leading Steelhead to forge an alliance with Eguchi. As a Yakuza enforcer, Steelhead earns respect and even his own base of power. But Steelhead's Chinese brothers are corrupted by their newfound power, and an internal struggle within the Yakuza threatens their own position. All Steelhead wants is a return to simpler, honest times like he once shared with Xiu Xiu back in China. But it may now be too late This edition comes with a Bonus DVD containing making of, alternate scene, and trailers. First Press releases come with deluxe photo booklet; only while supplies last.
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Joy Sales The Time You Need A Friend (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Time You Need A Friend (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Call it "comedic bloodshed." Released one year before he rewrote the action movie book with A Better Tomorrow, John Woo's melodramatic tragicomedy The Time You Need a Friend (1985) stands at the crucial crossroads in the director's career. Woo had been churning out innocuous comedies for more than a few years, and after establishing the "heroic bloodshed" genre, he'd never look back. But The Time You Need a Friend's tale of two comedians - estranged former pals who bury the hatchet for one last show together - blends the pathos and male-bonding of Woo's later dramas with the silliness and pratfalls that marked his early works. At their peak, Ku Ren (Sun Yeuh, City on Fire) and Shem Bien (Tao Da Wei, The Funny General) were an unstoppable screen comedy team, the undisputed stars of the silent era. But a major falling out has kept the duo offstage for decades. Despite the urgings of family and friends, Ku and Shem refuse to reconcile. As both men approach their twilight years, one last chance for a reunion presents itself in the form of a televised charity benefit. Ku Ren and Shem Bien struggle to come to terms with years of bitterness, and bring the house down once again.
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Joy Sales Conduct Zero (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Conduct Zero (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Directed by Simon Yip (The Wildgoose Chase) and produced by John Sham and Chan Koon Chung, 1986 Hong Kong sports drama Conduct Zero pays homage to the 1933 classic French film Zero de conduite by Jean Vigo. The D&B Films production features a youthful main cast with Stephen Ho, Chindy Lau, William Tang, Lam Yin Hong, and Andrew Ho alongside veteran action choreographer Tony Leung Shiu Hung. On the strength of his solid debut performance in this film, lead actor Stephen Ho earned a nomination for Best New Performer at the 6th Hong Kong Film Awards. Horlick (Stephen Ho) and his buddies Meaty (Lam Yin Hong) and Nutty (William Tang) are naughty teenagers who do nothing but fooling around on their bicycles. One day, the three get caught when they steal from a nasty police academy instructor. Hoping to steer these young men towards decency, their probation officer Hung (Tony Leung) takes them under his wings. He trains them in competitive cycling, during which Horlick often clashes with Ma (Wong Kwok Shing) of the police cadet cycling team over a pretty girl named Ling (Chindy Lau). The day before their bike race showdown, Meaty has to pull out after getting injured in a car accident. Ling comes to Horlick's aid joining his team, much to Ma's dismay...
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Joy Sales The Marigolds (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Marigolds (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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The Marigolds (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Cheerful Wind AKA: Play While You Play (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Cheerful Wind AKA: Play While You Play (Hong Kong Version)
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Cheerful Wind AKA: Play While You Play (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Lady Whirlwind (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Lady Whirlwind (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Golden Harvest's kung fu queen Angela Mao struts her stuff as the titular Lady Whirlwind in this 1972 classic. Following her brief appearance as Bruce Lee's ill-fated sister in the following year's Enter the Dragon, Mao's pictures became American grindhouse favorites, where she was often billed as "the female Bruce Lee." But back in Hong Kong Mao was an established star in her own right. Lady Whirlwind, along with the same year's Hapkido, put Mao on the martial arts movie map. It's also one of the first of many films to feature Mao kicking the tar out of a young Sammo Hung in a supporting role. Also known by its regrettable grindhouse title Deep Thrust, Lady Whirlwind features Mao as Miss Tien, who's out to get Ling Shih Hua (Chang Yi, Moon Warriors) for jilting her sister at the altar. Ling's got his own score to settle with the mobsters who run the local casino, and Tien agrees to help Ling take them out before she avenges her sister's honor. Angela Mao demonstrates her black belt hapkido prowess as Tien takes on all comers while Ling masters the art of Tai Chi in preparation for the final showdown.
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Joy Sales Touch Of Fair Lady (Hong Kong Version) at 15.20 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Touch Of Fair Lady (Hong Kong Version)
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Touch Of Fair Lady (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Don't Forget The Promise (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Don't Forget The Promise (Hong Kong Version)
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Don't Forget The Promise (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Chaos (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Chaos (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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A lawless city, a deadly epidemic, and a cop caught on the wrong side provides the setup for Chaos, the latest film from Herman Yau. As the director of cult hit Ebola Syndrome and more recently films like Whispers and Moans and On the Edge, Herman Yau knows a thing or two about vice, violence, and viruses, and he throws everything to the screen in the fittingly titled Chaos. Starring Gordan Lam (Sparrow), Andrew Lin (The Heavenly Kings), Kristal Tin (Trivial Matters), and Charmaine Fong (Love is Elsewhere), Chaos is set in a restricted region of the city where gambling, prostitution, and drugs reign, and police dare not enter. Officer Mickey and criminal Tai Ho, however, unwittingly enter the hot zone and end up in the hands of Crow, the brutal de facto leader in this desolate no man's land. As Mickey struggles for an escape plan, a deadly virus breaks out in the walled city. The government decides to contain the virus by exterminating everyone in the area.
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Joy Sales Long Arm Of The Law Saga II (1987) (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Long Arm Of The Law Saga II (1987) (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Johnny Mak's gritty crime classic Long Arm of the Law (1984) is long held to be one of the best Hong Kong films of all-time. He produced the sequel three years after the original, but handed over the directing duties to his younger brother, Michael Mak. Together they revamped the cast with TVB leading man Alex Man, Hong Kong Film Awards Best Actress Pauline Wong, character actor Elvis Tsui, and newcomer Ben Lam, who was awarded Best New Performer at the 7th Hong Kong Film Awards for his role in this film. Troubled by the menace of new immigrants from China that are wreaking havoc in town, the Royal Hong Kong Police Force have no choice but to enlist the help of law enforcers from north of the border. Aided by a local police officer (Alex Man), three undercover Mainland cops Li (Elvis Tsui), Qi (Ben Lam), and Guo arrive in Hong Kong on a dangerous mission to infiltrate the powerful cross-border triad gang behind the increasingly violent crimes in the territory...
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Joy Sales I Do (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales I Do (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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I Do (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales The Forbidden Kingdom (2008) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Forbidden Kingdom (2008) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Who wouldn't want to see Jackie Chan fight Jet Li? That fanboy dream has been realized in The Forbidden Kingdom, a fantasy martial arts adventure starring the two action legends. Chan dusts off his Drunken Master moves to play "Drunken Immortal" Lu Yan, a perpetually drunk martial arts master who locks horns with the Silent Monk (Jet Li) for an entertaining mano-a-mano martial arts duel choreographed by Yuen Woo Ping (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon). Their duel is just the tip of the iceberg in this Hollywood-produced pinata of HK film love. The filmmakers clearly have done their Hong Kong Cinema homework, working in references to Journey to the West, old Shaw Brothers films, and even new wave classics like The Bride with White Hair! But it all hinges on Jackie and Jet, and the long-awaited teaming of these two legends doesn't disappoint. Boston teen Jason Tripitikas (Michael Angrarano) loves old Hong Kong films - and soon, he finds himself in one! After discovering an ancient staff in a pawn shop, Jason is thrown into the past, and sent on a quest to return the staff to its rightful owner, the Monkey King (Jet Li). A captive of the Jade Warlord (Collin Chou of Flashpoint), the Monkey King has other allies looking out for him, including the Silent Monk (Jet Li again) and the mysterious Golden Swallow (Liu Yi Fei). The two warriors team up with Jason and drunken martial arts master Lu Yan (Jackie Chan) to save the Monkey King and end the Jade Warlord's evil reign, but the group faces numerous obstacles, including the pursuit of the deadly White-Haired Assassin (Li Bing Bing of World Without Thieves). Meanwhile, Lu Yan and the Silent Monk begin training Jason in martial arts, in hopes that he can help them in their final battle against the Jade Warlord. Note: This release only comes with the Cantonese audio version of the film. The Cantonese version is not dubbed by the original cast.
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Joy Sales Modern Detective (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Modern Detective (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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King Boxer (1972) turned Shaw Brothers' kung fu actor Lo Lieh into an international action star. He then branched into directing on top of his prolific acting career. Modern Detective (1985), an action comedy produced by famed filmmaker Lo Wei, was the only film for which Lo Lieh took on writing, directing, and starring roles all at the same time. Here, he plays the archvillain "Godfather", a vicious gang boss, opposite the popular comic duo of Liu Wai Hung and Kent Cheng, who play a pair of bickering cops Ah Chaan and Fat Cheng respectively. "Godfather" has taken hostage of both their girlfriends, forcing Ah Chaan and Fat Cheng to submit to his control and get involved in his criminal ways...
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Joy Sales A Chinese Ghost Story (II) (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales A Chinese Ghost Story (II) (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version)
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A direct sequel to the classic A Chinese Ghost Story, A Chinese Ghost Story 2 features the return of Ning (Leslie Cheung), the hapless tax collector who once upon a time was in love with the beautiful ghost Sian (Joey Wang). Years later, Ning runs across more supernatural bad luck. Mistaken for a criminal, Ning is thrown in jail. When he escapes, he takes to the forest, where he meets a slew of wacky and winning characters, including Autumn (Jacky Cheung), a charismatic Taoist monk, and Windy (Joey Wang), who happens to be a dead ringer for Sian! Windy and her sister Moon (the gorgeous Michelle Reis) are members of a group of revolutionaries being pursued by an honorable Imperial general (Waise Lee). But when an ancient evil is released and corpses start walking the land, it's up to Ning and the ragtag group to take them on!Producer Tsui Hark and director Ching Siu Tung dish out the same winning combination of action, romance, comedy, supernatural horror, and acrobatic swordplay that made the original film such an over-the-top delight. Featuring the entire original cast (including Wu Ma as the Taoist monk from the original film) and a few more familiar faces, A Chinese Ghost Story 2 is a worthy sequel to an established Hong Kong Cinema classic.
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Joy Sales Once Upon A Time In China III (1993) (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Once Upon A Time In China III (1993) (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version)
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There are hundreds of movies about Wong Fei Hung, but the ones that have gained the highest worldwide reputation have to be Hong Kong auteur Tsui Hark's Once Upon a Time in China series made in the 1990s. Embodying the charisma, righteousness, and martial arts prowess of the historical Chinese kung fu hero, action superstar Jet Li has arguably owned the role, and his portrayal of the legendary figure has set a new standard against which future Wong Fei Hung actors be measured. The writer-director and star's golden first film in 1991 was such a great critical and commercial triumph, it spawned the even more successful sequel (1992) and the worthy third installment (1993) to complete a landmark martial arts trilogy that is required viewing for any action film fans. Co-starring Max Mok, Rosamund Kwan, Lau Shun, and kung fu wonder Xiong Xinxin, Once Upon a Time in China III's exhilarating fight scenes unfold against the backdrop of a Lion Dance competition (essentially a martial arts contest) organized by the head minister on the Empress Dowager's order. Master Wong Fei Hung (Jet Li) is in the capital city visiting his father, and he only reluctantly enters the competition when local gang lord Chiu is causing chaos amidst the rivaling martial arts schools. Chiu sends his kung fu hitman, Clubfoot (Xiong Xinxin), to challenge Master Wong. Meanwhile, Wong has to ward off the advances of the Russian admirer made to his lover Thirteen Aunt (Rosamund Kwan), who inadvertently uncovers a sinister plot to assassinate the head minister during the Lion Dance competition.
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Joy Sales Eighth Happiness (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Eighth Happiness (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Before becoming Hong Kong's number one auteur, Johnnie To directed Eighth Happiness, a raucous Lunar New Year Comedy starring the one-and-only Chow Yun Fat! Chow stars as one of three oddball brothers looking for love but unfortunately, their out-there personalities get in the way! Eldest brother Raymond Wong Bak Ming runs a cooking show for women, and ends up tangling with a Chinese opera singer (Fung Bo Bo) who makes a guest appearance on his show. His youngest brother Jacky Cheung is a shy cartoonist who falls in love with a sweet girl (Fennie Yuen), but to obtain her love, he must surpass a manly rival (Michael Chow), as well as interference from his own two brothers. But the big story here is Chow Yun Fat, who turns in a surprising comic performance as a renowned player - whose mode of operation is to act gay in order to attract women! One of his targets is a beautiful but insane department store shopgirl played by Cherie Chung, who steals almost all her scenes. But it's not until Chow meets feisty Carol "Dodo" Cheng that the man truly meets his match. The stories and relationships between the three couples intertwine hilariously, leading to an onstage spoof of Princess Chang Ping, featuring Chow Yun Fat dressed up in drag! A monster hit during its initial release, Eighth Happiness moves fast and furiously, and features enough off-the-wall performances, hilarious situations, surprising jokes (look out for Chow Yun Fat as "Mark Gor" from A Better Tomorrow) and sheer comic energy to entertain just about anyone!
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Joy Sales Bullet In The Head (1990) (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Bullet In The Head (1990) (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version)
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Action master John Woo directs Bullet in the Head, a violent, dramatic, and utterly compelling action film set in wartime Vietnam! Ben (Cannes Best Actor winner Tony Leung Chiu Wai), Frank (Jacky Cheung), and Paul (Waise Lee) are three longtime buddies who cruise the Hong Kong streets together circa 1967. But when Ben accidentally kills a rival gang member, the trio of friends decide to leave Hong Kong to make their fortune together...in wartime Vietnam. Entrenched in lawless Saigon, the three find their honor tested, as the twisted reality of a world at war intrudes upon their bonds of childhood brotherhood. Greed, desire, and self-preservation threaten to divide them, and even the best of intentions can go incredibly awry. Ultimately, friend must oppose friend, and a bullet to the head can be the only solution.Considered John Woo's masterpiece, Bullet in the Head features some of the most powerful, striking images ever seen in a Hong Kong film. At the same time, it possesses Woo's trademark romanticized violence and themes of heroic bloodshed, as well as his penchant for hyper-realistic melodrama. John Woo also delivers standout set pieces, including a harrowing sequence in a Vietnamese prison, and an explosive finale on the streets of Hong Kong. Co-starring Simon Yam as a cool Eurasian assassin, Bullet in the Head is powerful, wrenching, and undeniably affecting Hong Kong filmmaking at its finest!
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Joy Sales W. (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales W. (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 9.70
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After JFK and Nixon, Oliver Stone tackles yet another American president in his latest biopic! Unlike the two previous films, W. was filmed while the title character was still in office. It was released near the end of George W. Bush's term, just before the presidential election of 2008, but the outspoken, liberal director wasn't out to make a propaganda film against the already unpopular Republican head of state. Rather, Stone lends a sympathetic look at this controversial figure, depicting important events in his life before and during his presidency. The biggest merit of the film could be its stellar cast. Josh Brolin has won unanimous acclaim for his portrayal of "Dubya". He gains powerful support from Elizabeth Banks (as Laura Bush), James Cromwell (as Bush Senior), Ellen Burstyn (as Barbara Bush), Richard Dreyfuss (as Dick Cheney), Jeffrey Wright (as Colin Powell), Scott Glenn (as Donald Rumsfeld), Thandie Newton (as Condoleezza Rice), and Ioan Gruffudd (as Tony Blair). Fans of Asian Cinema would be interested to learn that the film was partly financed by Hong Kong's Emperor Motion Pictures, and famous socialite/actress Teresa Cheung (Color Blossoms) made a cameo appearance in it.
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Joy Sales Badge 369 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Badge 369 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Badge 369 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales The Sun Also Rises (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Sun Also Rises (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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After a seven-year directing hiatus, renowned Mainland actor and filmmaker Jiang Wen returns with his long-awaited third directorial feature, The Sun Also Rises. Where Jiang's acclaimed 1994 debut film, In the Heat of the Sun, is often said to be a reflection of the director's youth, 2007's The Sun Also Rises is a story that only an older and wiser Jiang could tell. Reportedly briefly banned from filmmaking in the Mainland after his second film, Devils on the Doorstep, screened at the 2000 Cannes Film Festival without government approval, Jiang sticks to his guns for the brilliant and beautiful The Sun Also Rises. Making use of an elliptical narrative with four overlapping threads, The Sun Also Rises opens in 1976 with the topsy-turvy lives of a harried young man (Jaycee Chan) and his seemingly crazed mother (Zhou Yun) in a quiet village in eastern China. The brigade leader of his village, the son is constantly tending to his mother's strange habits and disappearing routine, which hint of a story-laden past. In another part of China, university professor Liang (Anthony Wong) attracts the attentions of a seductive nurse (Joan Chen) and then a persistent mob when he gets accused of sexual harassment. He can only turn to friend Tang (Jiang Wen) for help. Seemingly unrelated lives begin to intersect in the past and present when Tang is sent to the young brigade leader's village for reform labor. Like his previous two features, The Sun Also Rises is set in a politically sensitive period, primarily the waning days of the Cultural Revolution. Adapted from the novel Velvet by Ye Mi, the film is both puzzling and enchanting with an offbeat, often humorous tone and subtle, unconventional story that defies convenient cinematic labels. Boasting beautiful photography, superb production values, and a stirring score from Hisaishi Joe, The Sun Also Rises brims with life and sound, creating a cinematic experience as rousing as the bugle Jiang totes around in the film. Other than Jiang Wen himself, the film stars Anthony Wong, Joan Chen, Jaycee Chan (Invisible Target), and Jiang's wife Zhou Yun (Warriors of Heaven and Earth), all of whom give remarkable performances. Rock legend Cui Jian and Jiang's newborn son also make special appearances in the film.
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Joy Sales Collection Of Mysticism 2008 - Mouse (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Collection Of Mysticism 2008 - Mouse (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Collection Of Mysticism 2008 - Mouse (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales The Queen Bee (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Queen Bee (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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The Queen Bee (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales The Magnificent Butcher (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Magnificent Butcher (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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It's a kung-fu fan's dream in The Magnificent Butcher, a dynamite collaboration between martial arts star Sammo Hung and famed action director Yuen Woo Ping (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon). "Butcher" Lam Sai Wing (Sammo Hung) is a mischievous, underachieving student of the legendary Wong Fei Hong (played by legendary Wong Fei Hong actor Kwan Tak Hing). While Fei Hong is away, Sai Wing gets in serious trouble with the locals, so he seeks out the help of Beggar So (Fan Mei Sheng), who teaches Sai Wing the finer points of martial arts domination. What follows is wall-to-wall kung-fu action as Sai Wing takes on wave after wave of bad guys while awaiting his master's return! The Magnificent Butcher features some brilliantly staged Hong Kong style-action, and it's performed with remarkable grace and agility by the incomparable Sammo Hung. Also starring Hong Kong Cinema favorites Yuen Biao, Lam Ching Ying and Chung Fa, The Magnificent Butcher is pound-for-pound some of the most amazing stuff you'll likely to see in a martial arts movie!
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