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Joy Sales Iceman Cometh (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Iceman Cometh (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version)
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Yuen Biao and Yuen Wah star as two Ming Dynasty warriors who wake up in modern day Hong Kong in the 1989 action fantasy Iceman Cometh. Their fight started some three hundred years ago when royal guard Fong (Yuen Biao) is ordered to pursue his senior, Sam (Yuen Wah), who is a serial killer and rapist with powerful martial arts skills. The two of them duel it out, but somehow get frozen in ice. A few centuries later, they get unearthed and defrosted in a world completely strange to them. Fortunately for Fong, he is befriended by a hooker (Maggie Cheung) who helps him adapt to his new life. But when Sam is back to his old nasty deeds again, Fong must again try to do what he failed to do before - to bring Sam to justice. Director Clarence Fok (Naked Killer) combines the high concept with comedy elements and brilliant fight sequences pulled off by Yuen Biao's magnificent team of stuntmen, and the result is a film that is often compared to the sci-fi action classic Highlander.
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Joy Sales Hero Of The Time (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 15.40 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Hero Of The Time (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Hero Of The Time (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Eject! Eject! at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Eject! Eject!
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Eject! Eject!
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Joy Sales American Grandson (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales American Grandson (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Internationally acclaimed director Ann Hui helms My American Grandson, an intimate and sensitive drama about the clash of two generations and cultures. Wu Ma is Ku, a retired musician whose life is unexciting but inherently satisfying. But Ku's world is about to be torn apart by the arrival of his grandson (Huang Kun Hsuan), an English-speaking, skateboard-sporting, gum-chewing kid who simply does not understand the differences between his grandfather and him. Immediately, the two get off on the wrong foot, and Ku soon realizes that his grandson has neither the patience nor the inclination to grow accustomed to his new home. Can an accord ever be reached between these innately different, yet blood-related individuals? Ann Hui brings her keen eye for detail and character to My American Grandson, and emerges with a touching exploration of different people who just happen to be family. Co-starring Carina Lau, My American Grandson is another fine effort from acclaimed director Ann Hui.
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Joy Sales Stooges In Tokyo (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Stooges In Tokyo (Hong Kong Version)
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Stooges In Tokyo (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales The Annabel Chong story (Special Movie Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 14.00 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Annabel Chong story (Special Movie Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Stage Door Johnny (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 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 Love Affair Of Rainbow (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Love Affair Of Rainbow (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales The Yesman (VCD) (Hong Kong Version ) at 9.80 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 Bug Me Not (DTS Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 15.40 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Bug Me Not (DTS Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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The 17-year old singer/actress Isabella Leong has become many Hong Kong young boys' favorite, and Wilson Chan Bo-lin's charm continues from Bluegate Crossing, The Eye 10 to the present Bug Me Not! Isabella is Moon, a girl who possesses the supernatural power to communicate with insects. She has a crush on the handsome boy Gao Yuan (Chan Bo-lin) who runs super fast but secludes himself from contacting anyone. A cute ladybug named Cootchie encourages Moon to confess her love to Gao Yuan, but that of course scares away Gao Yaun who freaks out when getting in touch with people... The film features an all-star cast with Charlene Choi and Gillian Chung from Twins, and Kenny Kwan and Steven Cheung formerly or now Boyz members to play residents of a place called Psychic Park where every youngster possesses some supernatural power. Popular singer Candy Lo portrays Moon's mother who is addicted to Mahjong but has never won. Director Lo Chi Leung, starting as a script writer, shows great talent in narrating an urban fantasy, apart from exploring people's psyche as in Inner Senses and Coma. The CG technologies used to create Cootchie and its buddies are also something one must not miss.
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Joy Sales The Third Eye (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Third Eye (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Produced by Andrew Lau of Infernal Affairs fame, The Third Eye originally premiered at the 30th Hong Kong International Film Festival, and features a promising young cast, including 2R's Race Wong (Ab-normal Beauty), Wong Yau Nam (Hollywood Hong Kong), Derek Tsang (AV, Isabella), and Joman Chiang (Butterfly). Director Carol Lai (Glass Tears, Floating Landscape) helms this voyeuristic, blood-spattered thriller, about a deadly game of murder at an idyllic motel located in rural Tai O. The Third Eye is only Lai's warm-up for the horror genre, with Naraka 19, her follow-up film starring Twins' Gillian Chung, hitting theaters in September 2007. Young voyeur Leung (Wong Yau Nam) checks into a rundown rural motel, and quietly installs surveillance equipment. His goal is to broadcast the hopefully seedy goings-on on the Internet, but what he finds are a cast of damaged and potentially dangerous characters who each possess their own secrets. A young writer (Derek Tsang) writes a blood-soaked novel, while Fa (Joman Chiang), the girl he pines for, has a destructive relationship with her invalid father. A barrister (Tony Ho) uses the motel for his weekly affairs, and buys drugs regularly from a seedy dealer (Samuel Pang), who uses his room as a greenhouse. Running the motel is the pretty, emotionally wounded Ka Kei (Race Wong), who suffered her own tragedy years ago when her mother killed herself. Eventually, everyone's sins and secrets are laid bare, not only by Leung's hidden cameras, but by yet another voyeur, whose desires extend beyond pure voyeurism and into multiple murders...
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Joy Sales And Now, What is Your Name? (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales And Now, What is Your Name? (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Popular singer/actor Kenny Bee stars in And Now, What is Your Name?, a sex and society melodrama about a young man and his numerous affairs. Kenny Bee plays the lead character, a photographer whose life is complicated by different and sudden romantic complications. Among the women in his life are a TV actress involved with one rich married man after the next, a nightclub hostess who sells her favors on the side, and a young girl who switches boyfriends almost daily. Can a young man find his way in this complex web of modern romance, where love and sex seem readily available - though sometimes to merely the highest bidder? Co-starring Michelle Yim and Regina Tseng, And Now, What is Your Name? presents longtime screen favorite Kenny Bee as a likable, but torn young man trying to navigate through the treacherous trials of modern love.
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Joy Sales Pandora's Booth (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 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 All The Wrong Clues (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales All The Wrong Clues (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Master director Tsui Hark assembles All the Wrong Clues, a zany comedy starring the proven screen team of George Lam and Teddy Robin. When Godfather Capone (the hilarious Karl Mak) is released from jail, he makes it his primary goal to exact vengeance upon Champ (George Lam), a mild-mannered private investigator who was responsible for sending Capone up the river. Capone sends wacky killer Eric Tsang after Champ, but Champ has an ally: diminutive Police Chief Robin (Teddy Robin), who decides to protect Champ from Capone's encroaching henchmen. But Capone's criminal adversaries plan to use Champ to double-cross Capone. Who will win: Champ, Capone, or Capone's criminal adversaries? And can this movie get any sillier? Tsui Hark throws everything but the kitchen sink into All the Wrong Clues, a breathless and gonzo comedy that simply defies description! Also known by the incredibly long title All the Wrong Clues...for the Right Solution.
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Joy Sales World Travel Series -Japan at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales World Travel Series -Japan
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World Travel Series -Japan
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Joy Sales The Breakthrough (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Breakthrough (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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The Breakthrough (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Who Is The Craftiest (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Who Is The Craftiest (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Fans of Hong Kong cinema will always remember Bill Tung as the funny and loving dad in such popular 1980s family comedies as the It's a Mad Mad Mad World series. Tung plays the villain for a change in the 1988 comedy Who is the Craftiest directed by Poon Man Kit, opposite Ricky Hui, Cheung Wai, Tiffany Lau, Tang Bik Wan, Lau Siu Ming, Lo Hoi Pang, and the sexy bombshell Amy Yip. Lau (Lau Siu Ming) is conned out of his life's savings by Leung (Bill Tung). After losing the ensuing lawsuit, Lau soon dies in despair. On his deathbed, he asks his daughter Siu Wan (Tiffany Lau) to avenge him, but first she needs to find the infamous tricksters - brothers Kan Yan (Cheung Wai) and Kan Kwai (Ricky Hui) for help. Long wanted to punish the greedy Leung, the Kan brothers devise an elaborate scheme to drive him into bankruptcy. But Leung is no pushover either. He sees their weakness, and comes up with a plan...
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Joy Sales Shaolin Boxers (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Shaolin Boxers (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Directed by Huang Da, Shaolin Boxers is an old school Shaw Brothers kung fu flick starring James Tien. Released in 1974, this entertaining film tells a classic tale of good vs. bad with plenty of fist-fighting action. Shaolin Boxers is set in a small village in Fujian where the people live in peace and prosperity. Although occasional troublemakers will surface, the village has remained safe and secure for many years thanks to the protection of the local Shaolin martial arts school. The growing prosperity of the village, however, has brought on a lot of corruption. Every year the Fuquan county holds a martial arts competition to determine who becomes the chairman of the martial arts association. For the past few years, local bigwig Ho has bribed the judge to win, and then used his position to extort protection fees from villagers. But this year, Shaolin master Chuang is determined to step up for the villagers and win the competition.
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Joy Sales Starry Journey II (Chapter 11) - Catherine Hung (Quan Zhou Hui An's Girls ) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Starry Journey II (Chapter 11) - Catherine Hung (Quan Zhou Hui An's Girls )
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Starry Journey II (Chapter 11) - Catherine Hung (Quan Zhou Hui An's Girls )
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Joy Sales Heart Against Hearts (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 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 Express To Better Vocabulary And Pronunciation Vol. 2B at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Express To Better Vocabulary And Pronunciation Vol. 2B
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Express To Better Vocabulary And Pronunciation Vol. 2B
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Joy Sales What A Small World (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales What A Small World (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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A quartet of photogenic Hong Kong actors finds love and serendipity in the romantic drama What a Small World. Married colleagues Michelle (Rosamund Kwan) and Franco (Lawrence Ng) take a trip to Paris, but a marital spat sends Michelle to London, and Franco to Paris - both alone! In London, Michelle runs into old flame Brother Hung (Ray Lui), a righteous triad in control of London's Chinatown. Meanwhile, Franco chances into childhood friend Nina (Nina Li) in Paris, where she's now a model. Old emotions are rekindled, but despite their different locations, the foursome will ultimately find themselves drawn together - and even more surprising connections st waiting to be discovered! A variety of European locations serves as a backdrop for this charming film, that mixes comedy, drama, and even a little bit of action into an enjoyable hodgepodge of romantic, frothy fun. The quartet of terrific Hong Kong stars shows great chemistry in What a Small World, but it's Nina Li (AKA: Mrs. Jet Li) who steals the show with her buxom figure and undeniable sexiness.
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Joy Sales All The Wrong Spies (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales All The Wrong Spies (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Nominated for five awards at the 3rd Hong Kong Film Awards, including a Best Director nod for Teddy Robin, All the Wrong Spies is a crowd-pleasing espionage comedy set at the dawn of the Second World War. Produced and written by Raymond Wong, the 1983 Cinema City production stars singer-actors George Lam, Teddy Robin, filmmaker extraordinaire Tsui Hark, and Taiwan beauty Brigitte Lin. Equally engrossing is the Cantonese theme song sung by George Lam, which is adapted from a popular Mandarin oldie by lyricist James Wong. In 1939, spies from different sides converge in Hong Kong for the blueprint of a super weapon smuggled out of Nazi Germany by a Jewish scientist. Private investigator Yo (George Lam) has been commissioned to help him reach an American secret agent. But, with a couple of Gestapos hot on their heels, it is no easy job at all! The blueprint ends up in the lap of Police Commissioner "Fat Chick" (Paul Chun), who intends to hand it over to the Japanese. With the help of his Inspector friend Robin (Teddy Robin) and Chinese agent "No.1" (Brigitte Lin), Yo goes to meet Chick in the guise of Japan's top spy Hiroshima Taro, hoping to get the blueprint back. Chaos and complications ensue when the real Hiroshima (Tsui Hark) shows up...
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Joy Sales Love Me & My Dad (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Love Me & My Dad (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Love Me & My Dad (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Tokyo Doll (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Tokyo Doll (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Tokyo Doll (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales My Little Sentimental Friend (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales My Little Sentimental Friend (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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The 1984 Cinema City production from director Annette Sham and producer Raymond Wong stars versatile actor Eric Tsang as a man entangled in a love triangle with his best friend's girl. He carries the romantic comedy in his talented hands opposite hunky star Ray Lui (The Bund) and Miss Hong Kong Rowena Lam. The film notably features production design by Hong Kong's top art director William Chang, and co-stars Meg Lam and Bill Tung, with Canto-pop superstar Alan Tam making a cameo appearance as himself. Rocky (Eric Tsang) is a shy, sincere, and sentimental guy. His wife left him in despair on the first anniversary of their marriage. Fearing that Rocky may commit suicide, his buddy Charlie (Ray Lui) and his live-in girlfriend Mildred (Rowena Lam) try to play matchmakers for him. The arranged dates go badly, but Cupid has other plans. When Mildred's arms are wounded in a traffic accident while the career-minded Charlie is out of town on a business trip, Rocky is asked to take care of her. Love breeds in the ward, and Rocky finds his heart conflicted between friendship and romance.
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Joy Sales The Millionaires' Express (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Millionaires' Express (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Sammo Hung directs an all-star Hong Kong Cinema cast in the delightful action comedy adventure The Millionaires' Express! Hung is Chin, a small-time crook who returns to his hometown of Hanshui with the intent to run a brothel. To get his first customers, he plans to sabotage the Shanghai Express - a luxury train carrying a bunch of millionaires - so that it stops right in the town of Hanshui! But a gang of kung-fu bad guys (led by Dick Wei, Richard Norton, and Cynthia Rothrock) are also aboard the train with an eye on a secret map held by some Japanese passengers (Yasuaki Kurata, Yukari Oshima, and Hwang Jang Lee). And even without these fellows, there's a government agent (Kenny Bee) after Chin, the local fireman-turned-police chief Yuen Biao, and the town's former cops (Eric Tsang, Lam Ching Ying, Mang Hoi, Yuen Wah, and Ng Ma!) who are stuck in jail after robbing the bank! Add a passel of beauties (Olivia Cheng, Rosamund Kwan, Emily Chu), some cameos by Hong Kong Cinema stars past and present, and some fantastic, bone-crunching kung-fu action directed by Sammo Hung, and you have The Millionaires' Express, a truly entertaining Hong Kong Cinema must-see!
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Joy Sales Sea Wolves (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Sea Wolves (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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The unofficial seventh entry in the seminal In the Line of Duty series of female supercop movies, 1991's Sea Wolves features Cynthia Khan (Blade of Fury, Madam City Hunter) reprising her role as Inspector Yueng, who finds herself up against a crew of modern-day pirates. Khan shares the main spotlight with Simon Yam (Bullet in the Head, Election) as one of the pirates, who's trying to help his Vietnamese friend sneak into Hong Kong and avoid being killed by his bloodthirsty crewmates. Although Yam's dilemma is the main focus of the plot, Khan still gets plenty of opportunities to demonstrate the martial arts acrobatics that made her one of the leading action ladies of the early 1990s. John (Yam) and Keung (Norman Tsui, Duel to the Death, Zu: Warriors from the Magic Mountain) are part of a band of seaborne criminals who prey on Vietnamese boat people seeking asylum in Hong Kong. John is a former refugee himself, and during their latest raid he recognizes an old friend among their victims. The pirates aren't in the habit of leaving any witnesses to their crimes, however, and John has to protect his buddy from his own crewmates as well as Inspector Yueng (Khan), who's on the pirates' trail.
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Joy Sales The Crazy Chase (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Crazy Chase (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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1981's The Crazy Chase stands at a major crossroads of Hong Kong Cinema. Starring Lau Kar Wing (Legendary Weapons of China) and featuring a host of other familiar faces from the 70s martial arts movie craze, the film's emphasis on comedy of error looks forward to the great kung fu laughfests of the 80s - which were often more comedy than kung fu. This should come as no surprise when one considers The Crazy Chase is an early directorial effort from Eric Tsang, who paid his dues as a bit player in serious martial arts films before becoming one of Hong Kong's most recognizable comedic character actors. All this plus a script by up-and-coming industry giant Wong Jing (Royal Tramp) makes The Crazy Chase truly ahead of the curve in Hong Kong comedy. Lau stars as Shih, a private eye who's fallen on hard times. Taking a job as a bit player in the movies to make ends meet, Shih impresses the studio head after foiling the attempted theft of a priceless antique during a dinner party. The hapless detective is hired to track down the mastermind behind the botched robbery - who turns out to be none other than the boss's wife, Anna. Shih is completely unaware the culprit is right under his nose, and after being mistaken for Anna's lover, he finds himself targeted for assassination by both the scheming wife and her jealous husband! Meanwhile, the boss's insurance company sends in their own undercover investigator, who infiltrates the studio posing as an out-of-work actress. The stage is soon set for a budding romance between the two detective-dramatists - if they can survive!
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Joy Sales Heavenly Mission (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 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 Winter Sonata (20VCD)(Cantonese/Korean Version)(Hong Kong Version)(End) at 116.20 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Winter Sonata (20VCD)(Cantonese/Korean Version)(Hong Kong Version)(End)
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Winter Sonata is more than just a television drama, it's a cultural phenomenon. Following the success of Tale of Autumn, renowned producer Yoon Suk Ho presented the second installment in his seasons series, Winter Sonata, bringing Korean dramas to an entirely new level of popularity. The touching drama was not only immensely popular in Korea, it became the driving force of the Korean Wave that swept Asia, launching leads Choi Ji Woo and Bae Yong Joon into international stardom. The drama even helped to boost Korea's tourism industry, with many fans traveling especially to Korea to take in the breathtaking wintry vistas that backdropped the series. Beautiful, romantic, and heartwrenching, this classic melodrama is a must-see for all Korean drama fans. High school students Yoo Jin (Choi Ji Woo) and Sang Hyuk (Park Yong Ha) have been good friends for a long time, but Sang Hyuk wants to be more than just her friend. Yoo Jin, however, falls in love with mysterious transfer student Joon Sang (Bae Yong Joon). Tragically, Joon Sang soon passes away in a car accident, leaving Yoo Jin alone and heartbroken. Ten years later, Yoo Jin is now engaged to Sang Hyuk, and working as an interior designer. Starting on a new ski resort project, she is surprised to meet Min Yeong, a businessman who looks exactly like Joon Sang. Min Yeong's appearance throws Yoo Jin's life into confusion, awakening the feelings that she has never been able to let go of. But who exactly is Min Yeong, and where does his heart lie?
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Joy Sales Love Stories (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 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 Righting Wrongs (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Righting Wrongs (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Hong Kong action star Yuen Biao takes the law into his own hands in the action-packed 1986 Hong Kong film Righting Wrongs. Yuen stars as Hsia, a prosecutor who tries to bring justice, despite the flaws of the legal system. When an important witness and his family are brutally murdered, a furious, disillusioned Hsia decides to dish out some street justice with his fist. Legendary action star Cynthia Rothrock joins Yuen as a righteous police officer that joins Hsia on his quest against the despicably evil Sergeant Wong. Directed by Corey Yuen (Fong Sai-Yuk), who also choreographed the action with four other credited action directors, Righting Wrongs is packed with classic, Hong Kong-style bone-crunching action with a dark edge. Yuen has no qualms about injecting plenty of pessimism, dissatisfaction with the justice system, and life-changing violence into the film, making Righting Wrongs an exciting action film that will stay in your mind long after its conclusion.
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Joy Sales Banana Cop (1984) (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Banana Cop (1984) (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 9.80
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The winning team of George Lam and Teddy Robin collaborate again on Banana Cop, an offbeat cop comedy directed by Leong Po Chi. George Lam is Edward, a Scotland Yard cop investigating the murder of two men who owned private casinos in London's Chinatown. His investigation leads him to Hong Kong, where he looks up Ping Pong Ball (Teddy Robin), a diminutive convict who used to know the victims. But Ping Pong Ball has plenty of enemies, who may or may not be after the fellow for reasons pertaining to the murder. Meanwhile, Ping Pong Ball falls in love with Amy, a blind school teacher played by the ever-charming Cherie Chung. It's chases and mystery aplenty in Banana Cop as the dynamic duo attempts solve the crime and save the day! George Lam and Teddy Robin show the same screen chemistry that they showed in their previous collaborations, the Tsui Hark comedy All the Wrong Clues, and All the Wrong Spies, an entertaining spy spoof directed by Teddy Robin himself!
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Joy Sales New Born (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales New Born (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 9.80
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New Born (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales World Travel Series -Hawaii at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales World Travel Series -Hawaii
S$ 9.80
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World Travel Series -Hawaii
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Joy Sales Touch Of Fair Lady (Hong Kong Version) at 15.40 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 Mob Sister aka: Ah Sou (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Mob Sister aka: Ah Sou (Hong Kong Version)
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Mob Sister (a.k.a. Ah Sou) features a star-stud cast! The film pools together Best Actor winners such as Eric Tsang, Simon Yam, Anthony Wong, Alex Fong, Liu Ye, and Tse Kwan Ho, co-starring with character actors Yuen Wah (Kung Fu Hustle) and Liu Kai Chi. Gorgeous princess Karena Lam collaborates with new actress Annie Liu, selected from thousands of girls during casting, to portray two Mob Sisters who has to join the triad without any choice. Annie Liu's lack of experience has not become an obstacle to bring to live a naive girl brought up by gangsters. On the other hand, Karena Lam gives up her usual sweet-girl roles, such as the ones in Floating Landscape and It had to be You, and takes on a new challenge to play a female gangster. Experienced male actors have played their parts well in a never-before female-centered Hong Kong triad movie. Director Wong Ching Po, Best New Director winner in the Hong Kong Film Awards, subverts gangster movies' tradition not only by telling the story from a female point of view, but also by making it a colorful motion picture. He tries to make most of the frames in Mob Sister aesthetically colored. Anthony Wong, Simon Yam, and Alex Fong all take off their black suits and fierce appearances. Karena Lam's white dresses and Annie Liu's red ones form an interesting and impressive contrast. For movie lovers who want to see a highly stylized gangster movie, Mob Sister is probably what you would like to get.
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Joy Sales Cop Busters (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
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Hong Kong actor-director Danny Lee's popular image of a hard-boiled law enforcer began with a number of cops-and-criminals films he made in the 1980s, both before and behind the camera. After his Best Actor award-winning turn in Law with Two Phases (1984), he directed the comedy Cop Busters (1985), starring Kent Cheng and Wong Ching, the comic duo of Lee's first directorial hit Funny Boys (1982). Cheng and Wong again play inept policemen here, but this time Dog Bear (Cheng) and Big Mouth (Wong) raise hell in the traffic department. Their superior (Yang Kwan) has had enough of their antics, so they get demoted to the towing team. One day, fumbling through their work as usual, the two find a poor little girl left behind by her relative, and they have no choice but to take her in. The girl's aunt Mary (Elaine Kam) comes to bring her back to Canada, but Big Mouth is smitten as soon as he meets Mary...
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Joy Sales Xuan Ji Ji 2009 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Xuan Ji Ji 2009 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales The Bedevilled (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
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Joy Sales New Police Story (2004) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Jackie Chan leaves Hollywood behind and returns as Hong Kong's action hero! Heroic Duo's director Benny Chan comes on board with his expertise on action, drama, and character development to breath new life into an old classic. Welcome a brand new police hero for the 21st century in New Police Story! Jackie has starred in four previous Police Story films: including 1986's Police Story, Police Story II in 1988, Police Story III: Super Cop (1992) and Police Story IV: First Strike (1996). Police Story took home the Best Film and Best Action Choreography at the Hong Kong Film Awards back when it was released, and even though New Police Story does not feature the usual Jackie character, Kevin Chan Ka Kui, any viewer will know this can only be a Jackie Chan Police Story film. The film employs all the techniques Benny Chan is famed for: chaotic situations, large explosions, and detailed characters. The plot is tense and rapid, with one explosive scene following another, yet never loses the human touch. We get to see a rare side of Jackie, as a man wrecked with guilt, as well as a loving husband to the character played by Charlie Young, finally returning to the big screen after a long hiatus. Benny Chan managed to capture the tenderness rarely seen in a tough man like Jackie Chan. Jackie himself also takes on the task of action choreographer with Lee Chi Chung and House of Chan martial artists to create the stunning fight scenes that make a Police Story film so memorable. Heartthrob Daniel Wu takes on the challenging task of playing the main villain, the leader of a gang of wealthy youth who kill cops for fun. Nicholas Tse plays the protege, a young cop who helps Jackie Chan's character get back on his feet.
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Joy Sales The Sky is Cry
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The Sky is Cry
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Joy Sales A Heroic Fight (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales A Heroic Fight (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Chinese Stories From Afar II - The Chapter Of Iran at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Chinese Stories From Afar II - The Chapter Of Iran
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Joy Sales Chao Ju Jing Dian - Xiao Fu Sha Jia Gu at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
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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 No U-Turn (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales No U-Turn (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Farewell China (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Though not as well-known as that other Maggie Cheung-starring drama about the Chinese immigrant experience in New York City (Comrades, Almost a Love Story), Clara Law's brilliant and harrowing 1990 masterwork Farewell China is every bit as accomplished. This modern twist on the Orpheus and Eurydice myth, filmed on location in New York's Chinatown, boasts the by-now expected stellar performance from Cheung, but Tony Leung Ka Fai's (Dragon Inn) moving portrayal of an illegal immigrant from Mainland China desperately seeking his lost wife in the Big Apple is just as crucial to the film's success. Heart-wrenching without being ham-fisted, Farewell China was nominated for nine awards at the 1991 Hong Kong Film Awards, including Best Picture. Zhou and his wife Li want to emigrate to America, but only Li is able to procure a visa, so she goes ahead to prepare a new life in New York while Zhou waits for his own paperwork to come through. One year later, Zhou receives a terse and cryptic letter from Li demanding a divorce. Leaving their baby child behind, Zhou sneaks into America in a desperate bid to find his wife. Navigating the seedy underworld of New York's Chinatown, Zhou is aided by a streetwise Chinese-American in his quest for Li. Witnessing firsthand the hardships and broken dreams of the immigrant experience, Zhou soon begins to fear the worst for his once-idealistic young wife.
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Joy Sales Tube (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.20 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Tube (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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One man must put his life on the line to stop a speeding subway. A fearsome race begins at 200 km per hour for two hours of white-knuckle Korean action thriller Tube written and directed by Baek Woon Hak in 2003. Jang Do Jun (Kim Suk Hoon), a disgraced former agent, chooses to serve on the subway police squad after a police operation that cost him the love of his life and his trust towards his corrupt supervisor. On the other hand, Kang Ki Taek (Park Sang Min), an ex-government agent out of revenge on his former supervisors, kills the mayor of Seoul and hijacks a subway train full of innocent passengers. An all-out war is inevitable between the subway terrorist holding a city hostage and the detective risking his life to save others in the face of extreme danger in this breath-taking non-stop actioner which cost 7.4 billion won to keep you riveted on your seat.
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Joy Sales 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 Her Vengeance (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Her Vengeance (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales A Chinese Ghost Story (II) (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 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 Aces Go Places IV (1986) (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Aces Go Places IV (1986) (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version)
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They just keep coming! Aces Go Places 4 brings back the original cast for more silly escapades and wacky buddy comedy - only this time their foe is Toht (Ronald Lacey) from Raiders of the Lost Ark! A nefarious international cartel is after a super soldier formula, the secret of which may lie with King Kong (Sam Hui). Meanwhile, Kodojak (Karl Maka) is still experiencing domestic weirdness with wife "Hot Tongue" Ho (Sylvia Chang) and son Baldy Jr. (Cyrus Wong). However, when the bad guys show up, they take Hot Tongue hostage - meaning King Kong, Kodojak, and the surprisingly athletic Baldy Jr. must head to New Zealand to rescue Hot Tongue and take down Toht. There's even time for King Kong to romance Sally (Sally Yeh), and for Baldy Jr. to perform some surprisingly dangerous-looking stuntwork. Featuring the same sublime actor chemistry and supreme energetic silliness of the previous three films, Aces Go Places 4 is surefire comic fun! Directed by Ringo Lam.
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Joy Sales Express To Better Vocabulary And Pronunciation Vol. 1B at 9.80 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 Last Hurrah For Chivalry (1979) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Last Hurrah For Chivalry (1979) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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The flying bullets of director John Woo's filmography get substituted with swords in Last Hurrah for Chivalry, a rousing swordplay epic which brings John Woo's celebrated themes of brotherhood and honor to a martial arts film. Wei Bark is Chang, AKA the Magic Sword, who wishes to leave his infamous swordsman days behind him. He's befriended by two other swordsmen: Kao (Lau Kong), who's bitter over the murder of his family, and Tsing Yi (Damian Lau), who offers to help Chang kill Pai, the man who murdered Kao's family. However, not all is as it seems, and one of the men may want Chang dead. Eventually, treachery will face off against honor in a final battle for the code of chivalry. Though it predated A Better Tomorrow, Last Hurrah for Chivalry contains the dynamic camerawork and mature thematic sensibilities that would become director John Woo's trademarks. Last Hurrah for Chivalry is a dazzling swordplay epic that will please fans of both John Woo and martial arts films alike!
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Joy Sales The Gerile (Hong Kong Version) at 15.40 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Gerile (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Everybody Is Laughing at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Everybody Is Laughing
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Everybody Is Laughing
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Joy Sales Express To Better Vocabulary And Pronunciation Vol. 6B at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Express To Better Vocabulary And Pronunciation Vol. 6B
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Express To Better Vocabulary And Pronunciation Vol. 6B
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Joy Sales Starry Journey II (Chapter 7) - Wong Ken (Thailand Military Training) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Starry Journey II (Chapter 7) - Wong Ken (Thailand Military Training)
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Starry Journey II (Chapter 7) - Wong Ken (Thailand Military Training)
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Joy Sales Midnight Whisper (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Midnight Whisper (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Hong Kong producer Johnny Mak and scriptwriter Stephen Shiu manage to spin an affecting yarn out of a popular radio program! Directed by Johnny's younger brother Michael Mak (Everlasting Love) and David Lai (Spiritual Love), the 1988 film Midnight Whisper saw the producer who was best known for gritty criminal dramas like Long Arm of the Law try his hand in melodrama territory. It proved to be an interesting experiment, and with acclaimed actress Josephine Koo (Homecoming) and action starlet Moon Lee (Angel) playing the leads as a mother and her daughter, the result was an unexpectedly powerful and emotional film with social relevance. Also, fans of eighties Hong Kong cinema and music should watch out for the appearance of singer/actress Prudence Liew, who had a small role here. Real life radio personality Bak Wan Kum plays herself as the host of a popular late-night radio call-in program. One day she gets a call from a hapless woman (Josephine Koo), who has had more than her fair share of personal tragedies. After being abused by her husband for years, she finally had enough and filed for divorce. But her mother-in-law sneaked her baby away to Mainland China during the turbulent years of the Cultural Revolution. In order to earn the money necessary to get her teenage daughter (Moon Lee) safely back to Hong Kong, she had to accept to become the mistress of a gang boss... Sensing that the desperate woman shows suicidal tendencies, Bak exerts her influence over the airwaves and calls on the wayward daughter to come back to her mother's side...before it's too late!
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Joy Sales The Legend of The Flying Swordsman at 15.40 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Legend of The Flying Swordsman
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Dave Wang is the title character in The Legend of the Flying Swordsman, a martial arts drama based on the writings of Gu Long. Li Chun Foon (Dave Wang) is a swordsman who spends most of his days in a drunken state. While his swordplay suffers due to his inebriation, he still meets the lovely Snow (Gigi Lai), who agrees to become his wife. But Li is drunk to the gills even on their wedding day, which upsets his stern father (Japanese action legend Sonny Chiba). Even after the wedding. Li continues to spend too much time drinking. His pathetic state becomes abusive for Snow, and his father becomes even more enraged at his son's uselessness. Finally, Li is challenged to rise above his pitiful existence, and he agrees to undertake a dangerous mission for his father. But will he be able to regain his skill with the sword, or his self-respect? A surprisingly somber and dramatic take on the swordplay genre, The Legend of the Flying Swordsman boasts an eclectic international cast and updated special effects.
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Joy Sales Slice Of Life at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Slice Of Life
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Slice Of Life
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Joy Sales Errant Love (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Errant Love (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Errant Love (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Zodiac Killers (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Zodiac Killers (Hong Kong Version)
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Hong Kong screen favorites Andy Lau and Cherie Chung co-star in Zodiac Killers, a dramatic thriller from internationally-renowned filmmaker Ann Hui. Andy Lau is Ben, a Hong Kong-born Chinese who's in Tokyo to study. His friends have come with him, and one marries into a prominent Yakuza family. Meanwhile, Ben meets and falls for Tieh Lan (Cherie Chung), a Chinese emigrant who followed Asano (Junichi Ishida), a Yakuza hitman, from Hong Kong back to Japan. But Asano's relationship with his boss Ishikawa (Yasuaki Kurata) is on rocky ground...and if it collapses it could mean dire things for Tieh Lan! Can Ben safely escort his newfound love out of the twisted maze of Tokyo's underworld? Authentic Japanese locations, top Hong Kong stars, and assured art film style make Zodiac Killers a riveting and complex action thriller!
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Joy Sales Hero Of The Time (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Hero Of The Time (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Flower's Taste - Ambrose Hsu E Idol Drama at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Flower's Taste - Ambrose Hsu E Idol Drama
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Joy Sales Prison On Fire II (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Prison On Fire II (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version)
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Chow Yun Fat returns in Prison On Fire II, the sequel to Ringo Lam's powerful drama, Prison On Fire! Seasoned inmate Mad Dog (Chow Yun Fat) is back for more prison angst and action, as a new head prison guard (Elvis Tsui Kam Kong) is determined to exert his authority over the prison inmates. Mad Dog desires a leave to go see his son, who's stuck in an orphanage, but the politics and intrigue of the prison take priority. The Hong Kong and Mainland prison factions are at odds, and look to be set for an eventual confrontation. Mad Dog simply wants to get out, but he gets stuck between the machinations of Hong Kong inmate Boss Bill (Tommy Wong) and the head Mainlander (Chan Chung Yung). Can he survive the prison's latest bout of political tension before it erupts into an all-out riot? Director Ringo Lam brings his trademark grim and gritty style to Prison On Fire II, but leaves room for the requisite male bonding and Chow Yun Fat's indelible charm. A worthy sequel to the classic original, Prison On Fire II is further proof of Chow Yun Fat's legendary acting prowess.
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Joy Sales Nothing Is Impossible (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 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 The Lady Iron Chef (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Lady Iron Chef (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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While Stephen Chow's God of Cookery will probably remain the most famous comedy about cooking in Hong Kong cinema, Wong Jing has written and produced The Lady Iron Chef in answer to the popularity of the TVB cooking show Beautiful Cooking. Director Billy Chung, who previously made Kung Fu Mahjong with Wong Jing, invites popular TVB actress Charmaine Sheh to play the female lead, Ceci. A spoiled girl who simply can't cook, Ceci needs to acquire master culinary skills in a short period of time. The purpose of this painstaking process is of course to win her love, a wealthy restaurant heir played by singer Hacken Lee. Veteran actresses Bonnie Wong and Yuen Qiu (Kung Fu Hustle), well-known for their comedian talent, and Wong Jing himself provide strong support to the cast. Beer girl and part-time model Ceci (Charmaine Sheh), born to a small-time loafer father (Wong Jing), has the most terrible cooking skills. She turns even instant noodles into something inedible. She meets and falls in love with wealthy SK (Hacken Lee), but his dominating mother (Bonnie Wong) disapproves of their relationship. To win over her future mother-in-law, Ceci must beat Jade (Liu Yang)in a gourmet showdown.
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Joy Sales The Yuppie Fantasia (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Yuppie Fantasia (Hong Kong Version)
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Director Gordon Chan helms The Yuppie Fantasia, a hilarious and well-observed modern comedy starring Lawrence Cheng and Carol "Dodo" Cheng! Leung Foon (Lawrence Cheng) is an ad agency employee whose marriage to Ann (Carol Cheng) is hitting the skids after eight years. He considers making a break from his wife, and his timing couldn't be more fortuitous. His new boss is the gorgeous Mrs. Lam (Cherie Chung), who takes a shine to him. Leung Foon also has ex-girlfriend Jenny (Elizabeth Lee) to contend with, and office politics and intrigue aplenty. Will he discover that the grass truly is greener on the other side, or will he decide that the covenant of marriage is the way to go? An insightful comedy about love and marriage in modern Hong Kong, The Yuppie Fantasia was a popular hit during its 1989 theatrical run, and is one of many collaborations between Lawrence Cheng and top comedienne Carol Cheng. The Yuppie Fantasia is also known by the alternate title Diary of a Small Man, and was followed by a 1990 sequel called Brief Encounter in Shinjuku.
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Joy Sales The Master (VCD) (Remastered) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 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 My Death Project (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales My Death Project (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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My Death Project (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Love In The Space-Time (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Love In The Space-Time (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Love In The Space-Time (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales The Haunted School (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Produced by Andrew Lau, the co-director of the Infernal Affairs series, The Haunted School pools together a group of rising idols in Hong Kong, including Tsui Tin Yau of Shine, Steven Cheung and Dennis Mak of Sun Boy'z, Toby Leung and Macy Chan from Life is Beautiful, Theresa Fu from Cookies, and Don Li. Singer Amanda Lee, away from the entertainment circle for years, returns as the school's dean of discipline. Director Chin Man Kei employs various techniques in editing and sound effects to spice up this teen horror flick, making it different from other Hong Kong films in the same genre. Years ago Lap Lan Secondary School burned down, but the body of the school's infamous dean of discipline was never found. Since then ghost stories about the school have been circulated, from mysterious silhouettes on the wall to students being called to an office that no longer exists. When four young and handsome boys join the girl's school under the new education policy, the girls are overjoyed, ignoring the school's "no dating" rule. But what starts as puppy love awakens a curse buried in The Haunted School 10 years ago!
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Joy Sales Little Sister In Law (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Little Sister In Law (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Little Sister In Law (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Mr. Smart (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Mr. Smart (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Kent Cheng, best known abroad as the portly Porky Wing in the Once Upon a Time in China series, directs and stars as the titular Mr. Smart in this situation comedy feature from 1989. Following the success of his critical favorite Why Me? (1985), Kent directed himself in a slew of amiable character set pieces. Character is certainly the name of this film's game; in addition to Kent's ever-radiant Once Upon a Time in China costar Rosamund Kwan, Mr. Smart showcases an array of Hong Kong's finest character actors, including Cheung Kwok Keung (Peking Opera Blues), Shing Fui On (Blue Jean Monster) and Lisa Chiao Chiao (One-Armed Swordsman). Mr. Smart, the self-styled "smartest man in Hong Kong," returns home from a tour of duty as a merchant seaman to find his intellectual crown challenged by a brainy new lodger (Cheung). The two would-be eggheads soon butt heads, but the headstrong men are forced to put their heads together when the family homestead is cited for a zoning violation. With just six months to raise enough money to construct a new residence, everyone chips in to make their home-based short order restaurant a success. But Mr. Smart's know-it-all attitude threatens to derail the business when he begins to meddle in the personal affairs of the customers.
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Joy Sales Eighth Happiness (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 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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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 Chinese Stories From Afar : The Chapter Of Sarajevo 2 (VCD) (ATV Program) (Hong Kong Version)
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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 Big Boss Of Shanghai (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Martial arts matinee idol Chen Kuan Tai becomes The Big Boss of Shanghai in this solid 1979 kung fu odyssey, which recalls shades of his classic appearances in Challenge of the Masters and Executioners from Shaolin. Chen was one of the first true martial artists to make the leap to movie stardom, and The Big Boss of Shanghai (which Chen also directed) understandably devotes much of its screen time to exacting exhibitions of its star's physical talents. Fans of Bruce Lee, Lau Kar Leung, Jet Li, and Donnie Yen will appreciate Chen's technique - as both a martial artist, and a filmmaker. After accidentally killing a triad boss, best friends Wong and Cheung decide to make a new life for themselves in Shanghai. By virtue of his superb fighting skills, Wong quickly establishes himself as an underworld gang leader in the city's French quarter. Jealous of his buddy's success, Cheung throws his lot in with the gangs operating in the British-controlled sector of town. The two friends become bitter enemies as their respective factions prepare for a confrontation that can only end in Wong or Cheung's demise.
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Lam Yi (Grace Ip) returns to the orphanage that she grew up in after a broken relationship leaves her homeless. On the way back one night, she encounters a physically scarred child abandoned on the street with nowhere to go. Feeling sorry for her, Lam Yi takes her back to the orphanage to care for her. However, an investigation into the child's past reveals spooky paranormal events that becomes far more horrifying that Lam Yi could ever imagine. Produced by director Derek Yee (One Nite in Mongkok), the horror drama stars Grace Ip, Raymond Wong (The Death Curse), Wayne Lai (Rosy Business), and Carl Ng (Yesterday Once More). Director Albert Mak highlights a traditional Chinese ritual called "scaring" in Forget Me Not. The director shows a detailed depiction of the ritual in the film, which involves shouting the name of a person afflicted by disgruntled spirits to scare them away.
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Joy Sales Goodbye, My Love (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Actor-cum-director Frankie Chan produces, directs, and stars in the 1986 drama Goodbye, My Love. He shares writing credits here with Wong Kar Wai, who also pitched in a pen for Chan's Sweet Surrender (1986), Silent Romance (1984), and Just for Fun (1983) before turning to directing himself. One of Frankie Chan's more representative works, the film co-stars internationally renowned actress Joan Chen in a rare Hong Kong film appearance. Lindy Ng (Joan Chen) and her younger brother and sister eke out an impoverished life together, living in a rundown apartment. When Lindy is diagnosed with terminal leukemia, her first thoughts are her siblings. Who will take care of them after she passes away? With her apartment too dangerous to continue living in, Lindy is forced to move to another location where she encounters the worst of flatmates, hot-tempered petty criminal Morrie (Frankie Chan).
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Joy Sales 49 Days (Hong Kong Version)
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The period supernatural thriller 49 Days stars Steven Fung, who directed and led the cast in House of Fury, the adorable Gillian Chung of Twins, and Raymond Wong from the supporting cast of many great titles such as PTU. Filled with spookiness and suspense, 49 Days offers something quite different from the rising Japanese and Korean thrillers. The film intrigues the viewers with cultural details unique to the Chinese folk tradition, such as burning rhinoceros horn as a way to see beyond the mortal world. Created by Tsui Siu Ming, an all-round talent in the TV and film industry, the movie unfolds a man's life-and-death adventure over 49 Days - another symbolic number in Chinese culture! Lau Sing (Steven Fung), joined by his eight buddies, leaves his family to start a Chinese medicine business in a big city. One of his eight friends, Pang Sei (Raymond Wong), betrays him and burns down Lau's business. Pang even sets Lau up for the murder of his colleagues and friends. Lau seems to have little chance to escape from his unjust death sentence, until Siu Chin (Gillian Chung), a young and pretty lawyer, appears as his savior. Unfortunately, Siu Chin fails to show up on the day of Lau's execution...Will Lau have the chance to see his family again?
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Joy Sales 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 Cream Soda & Milk (Joy Sales Version) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Cream Soda & Milk is not only a popular beverage in Hong Kong, it's among the most memorable movies made during the Hong Kong Cinema New Wave. Directed in 1981 by Rachel Zen (Life Goes On), the acclaimed drama offers a realistic, emotional yet thought-provoking depiction of how the society, the school, and the family shape the development of children. The main storyline revolves around Ding Ling and her junior brother Ding Dong. Separated at a young age when their parents divorced, Ling followed her mother to live abroad, while Dong stayed with his sick father (veteran actor Wu Fung). Years later, Ling (Lee Yin Yin) becomes a teacher, and she returns to Hong Kong looking for her family. Through her social worker boyfriend (Eddie Chan), Ling meets a resentful young punk (Yim Chau Wah) who not only looks like Dong, but also fond of drinking cream soda with milk as was her long-lost brother... Beloved singer/actress Deannie Yip's turn as an old hooker won her Best Supporting Actress - her first acting accolade - at the Golden Horse Awards, which also nominated Yim Chau Wah for Best Actor. Another notable mention should go to Stephen Chow's frequent co-star Tin Kai Man (Shaolin Soccer), who gave a touching performance as a sick and retarded kid in his film debut here.
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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 Games Gamblers Play (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version)
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The Hui Brothers re-invented Hong Kong film with their groundbreaking 1974 Cantonese comedy Games Gamblers Play which launched their successful careers. The creative siblings take on multiple duties, with Michael writing, directing, and starring opposite Sam, who also composes and sings the theme song. They get a helping hand from the legendary Sammo Hung, who provides action choreography to the film. Man (Michael Hui) knows quite a few gambling tricks. He meets fellow conman Kit (Sam Hui) in the jail, and they decide to team up for scams when they get out. The duo comes up with a seemingly seamless plan designed to con a huge sum of money out of a nefarious gang boss. But they soon have to forget about making a fortune as their plan gets exposed and the gang boss wants them dead...
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Joy Sales Pom Pom (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Back in the eighties, Richard Ng and John Sham teamed up for the Pom Pom movies, a fun and wacky series of action-comedies produced by Sammo Hung. Chou (Richard Ng) and Beethoven (John Sham) are a couple of lovable loser cops investigating a drug lord, but their ineptitude threatens to derail the case. Luckily, smart policewoman Anna (Deannie Ip) has a thing for Chou, and helps them in order to get her man. But even with her expert help, Chou and Beethoven's bumbling could prove to be their undoing! Richard Ng and John Sham previously teamed in the first of the Lucky Stars series, Winners and Sinners, and the Pom Pom films recall those films with its mixture of riotous slapstick, nonsensical humor, and impressive action and stuntwork. Many of Ng and Sham's fellow Lucky Stars even show up in cameos, including Sammo Hung, Yuen Biao, and Jackie Chan himself. While not as popular with the masses as the Lucky Stars series, the Pom Pom movies still have a loyal following, in large part due to the affable everyman charm of comedians Ng and Sham.
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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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