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Joy Sales Touch Of Fair Lady (Hong Kong Version) at 15.30 SGD from YesAsia
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Joy Sales Express To Better Vocabulary And Pronunciation Vol. 1A at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Express To Better Vocabulary And Pronunciation Vol. 1A
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Joy Sales Never Ending Train (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
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Joy Sales No U-Turn (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
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Joy Sales The Shootout (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Shootout (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Produced by Jackie Chan, The Shootout is an early-nineties action comedy that brings together many stars of past and present Hong Kong films. Popstar Aaron Kwok is Fai, a relatively young, inexperienced cop who accidentally nabs a member of a thievery gang. However, Fai loses his collar when the gang's vicious boss (Elvis Tsui) infiltrates Police HQ to take down his own comrade! Luckily, the cops bring in two "expert" policemen, Lau (Sean Lau Ching Wan) and Ma (Leung Ka Yan) to help nab the bad guys. Helping their investigation is Min (Fennie Yuen), the club singer to whom Fai is attracted AND the girlfriend to the head bad guy. With topnotch police work - and maybe a little luck - the cops regroup in time for a violent finish. Gritty violence and entertaining, over-the-top action highlight The Shootout, but it's the charismatic stars and quick-footed comedy which keep things amusing.
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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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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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Joy Sales Inspector Pink Dragon (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Inspector Pink Dragon (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Before hitting the big time with several Stephen Chow action comedy blockbusters, Gordon Chan began his directorial career helming a trio of Lawrence Cheng comedies. First it was the "Small Man" classic The Yuppie Fantasia in 1989, next came the sequel Brief Encounter in Shinjuku in 1990, and then Inspector Pink Dragon in 1991. In the latter film, Lawrence Cheng plays CID officer Ma Yu Lung, who in essence is still his trademark "Small Man" character, and he's again caught in a romantic dilemma, having to choose between the beautiful new flame (Rosamund Kwan) and his gorgeous girlfriend (Nina Li). The main plot concerns Ma Yu Lung going undercover into the company where his old buddy (Tony Leung Ka Fai) used to work before he was murdered, and Ma's race with a fellow inspector (Waise Lee) to crack the case and nail the corrupt real estate developer (Damian Lau).
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Joy Sales World Travel Series -Switzerland at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales World Travel Series -Switzerland
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Joy Sales Starry Journey II (Chapter 11) - Catherine Hung (Quan Zhou Hui An's Girls ) at 9.70 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 My Heavenly Lover (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales My Heavenly Lover (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Love Under A Rozy Sky (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Love Under A Rozy Sky (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Shan Ben Wu Shi Liu (Taiwan Version) at 16.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Shan Ben Wu Shi Liu (Taiwan 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 The Crazy Nuts (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Crazy Nuts (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Chinese Stories From Afar II - The Chapter Of Morocco at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Chinese Stories From Afar II - The Chapter Of Morocco
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Joy Sales Armour of God (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Armour of God (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Jackie Chan is Asian Hawk, an Indiana Jones-style grave robber who's called into service to discover the secret behind the "Armour of God," a suit of mystical armor reputedly worn by an ancient deity. Asian Hawk takes the job, but must also contend with a former friend (popular singer Alan Tam) who hitches a ride to find his wayward girlfriend Rosamund Kwan - who just so happens to be the ex-girlfriend of Asian Hawk. Armour of God features stunning international locations and some imaginative action set pieces that could only have come from the mind of Jackie Chan. Some of the standout action sequences include an extended fight with four monstrous women, an acrobatic tussle in monastery, and a notoriously dangerous stunt that landed Jackie Chan in the hospital. You can actually see that failed stunt DURING the ending outtakes, which serves as a compelling reminder of Chan's humanity, and unswerving proof of his daredevil genius and unmatched commitment to his art. Armour of God is undoubtedly one of Jackie Chan's signature cinema vehicles.
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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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Joy Sales Aces Go Places (1982) (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Aces Go Places (1982) (VCD) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Popular singer Sam Hui is King Kong, a suave cat burglar who makes off with a fortune in diamonds. Feisty Inspector "Hot Tongue" Ho (Sylvia Chang) leads the Hong Kong cops charged with apprehending King Kong, but luckily the higher-ups call in legendary detective Kodojak (Karl Maka). Spear bald and riotously weird, Kodojak manages to charm Inspector Ho AND persuade King Kong to change his ways and partner up to take down evil international jewel thief White Glove. The "Best Partners" are born!A blockbuster sensation when it was first released, Aces Go Places won over audiences with its unique blend of slapstick comedy, surprising stuntwork, lovable characters, and pure, unadulterated fun. Featuring a blistering pace and winning comedic performances from Karl Maka, Sam Hui, and Sylvia Chang, Aces Go Places kicked off a long-running film series, and had many humming its infectious theme song, "Best Partners", which was performed by Sam Hui. The Aces Go Places series was so successful that it was even exported to the West as the Mad Mission films!
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Joy Sales The Sky is Cry at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Sky is Cry
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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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Joy Sales Love Across The Bridge (Hong Kong Version) at 15.30 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Love Across The Bridge (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Starry Journey II (Chapter 1) - Kathy Chow (Japan's Geisha) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Starry Journey II (Chapter 1) - Kathy Chow (Japan's Geisha)
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Joy Sales The Drummer (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Drummer (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Written and directed by Kenneth Bi (Rice Rhapsody), The Drummer combines the unlikely themes of triads and zen drumming into a rousing, beat-filled journey of personal growth. Jaycee Chan (The Sun Also Rises), who is fast emerging as the best young actor of his generation, stars as a rebellious youth whose life is changed by the steady beats of the zen drum. The film co-stars screen veteran Tony Leung Ka Fai and Golden Horse Best Actress Angelica Lee (Re-Cycle), along with supporting players Josie Ho (Exiled), Roy Cheung (Exiled), and pop starlet Yumiko Cheng (Everlasting Regret). Rash and rebellious, Sid (Jaycee Chan) is forced to go into hiding when he's caught in bed with the girlfriend (Yumiko Cheng) of a mob boss (Kenneth Tsang). While his harried triad leader father (Tony Leung Ka Fai) tries to sort things out in Hong Kong, Sid gets exiled to Taiwan where he loafs around angrily making life difficult for henchman Chiu (Roy Cheung). An aspiring musician himself, Sid takes an interest in a group of traditional zen drummers, particularly the young and abrasive Hong Dou (Angelica Lee). Stubborn as ever, he joins the troupe at their back-to-the-basics mountain residence, clashing with their strict regiment of martial arts training and disciplined living. And yet step by step, beat by beat, Sid begins to change... Jaycee Chan and Angelica Lee, who both underwent special training to rise to their drumming roles, give convincing performances onscreen, although the real percussion show belongs to the performers from Taiwan's U Theatre troupe who, like the roles they portray on screen, train vigorously in the mountains practicing zen drumming, meditation, and martial arts. Director Bi was actually inspired to make this film after he saw a U Theatre performance six years ago. He especially sought out the troupe to learn more about their art and way of living, thus beginning the big screen journey of this rare art and uncommon film.
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Joy Sales Night Security Guard at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Night Security Guard
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Joy Sales Pom Pom (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
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 By Hook Or By Crook (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales By Hook Or By Crook (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Aces Go Places star Karl Mak directs By Hook or By Crook, a period comedy that entertains in Hong Kong Cinema's classic "anything goes" style! A legendary thief dubbed the "Flower Kid" is on the loose, and sheriff Karl Mak wants him caught. He turns to Dean Shek (The Raid, A Better Tomorrow 2) to find the Flower Kid, and surprisingly enough, Dean succeeds in his assignment! The Flower Kid is found, and he's played by legendary martial arts actor-comedian Sammo Hung! But Sammo may not be the real Flower Kid, meaning someone is trying to pull a fast one. Who is the real Flower Kid, and what does tough assassin Chung Fa want with him? Eventually, there has to be a full-on, knockdown confrontation, and hopefully someone - anyone - will catch the Flower Kid! Full of acrobatic action, hilarious slapstick comedy, and a deluxe-sized helping of funny faces, By Hook or By Crook is representative of the wacky and weird sensibilities that made eighties Hong Kong Cinema so enjoyable!
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Joy Sales Xuan Ji Ji 2009 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Xuan Ji Ji 2009 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Concrete War at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Concrete War
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Joy Sales Mr. Smart (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 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 Errant Love (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Errant Love (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Mob Sister aka: Ah Sou (DTS Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 15.30 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 Home At Hong Kong (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Home At Hong Kong (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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The ups and downs of average Hong Kong residents looking to fulfill their dreams are the focus of director King Hei Lam's Home At Hong Kong. Andy Lau is Alan, who fails as a cosmetics salesman but strikes it rich as an employee of an insurance and real estate company. Meanwhile, factory worker Ah Hung (Isabella Kau Hung Ping) becomes a nightclub singer and pursues her dream of success in the entertainment world. Her boyfriend, construction worker Ah Fai (Lai Hon Taz), dreams of becoming a champion kickboxer, and manages to achieve the first step to his lofty goal. The three Hong Kong people have started to achieve their longed-for dreams, but the world - and Hong Kong - will not hand your dreams over easily. With the promise of success comes the threat of failure, and Hong Kong ultimately can be generous or cruel in deciding a person's destiny. A resonant and emotionally affecting drama, Home At Hong Kong dramatizes the precious and precarious dreams present in every Hong Kong citizen.
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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 Flaming Brothers (1987) (VCD) (Remastered) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Flaming Brothers (1987) (VCD) (Remastered) (Hong Kong Version)
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Before he became a world-renowned director of celebrated art films, Wong Kar Wai wrote the script for Flaming Brothers, a heroic bloodshed actioner starring suave leading men Alan Tang and Chow Yun Fat! Alan (Alan Tang) and Chang Ho Tien (Chow Yun Fat) are lifelong friends who've stuck together since they were both orphaned children. Still buddies in their adult years, the two open a nightclub in Macau, and life is good. But trouble arrives in the form of triad boss Kao (Patrick Tse), who wants to sell drugs in their fine establishment. But Alan and Ho Tien say no, leading to the inevitable clash of wills as the righteous brothers take on the triad bad guys in a climactic, bloody shootout! Co-starring Norman Tsui Siu Keung, Jenny Tseng, and Pat Ha, Flaming Brothers is vintage heroic bloodshed featuring all the cool star charisma and guns blazing action that you'd ever ask for!
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Joy Sales The Bedevilled (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Bedevilled (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Will Of Iron (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Will Of Iron (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Veteran Shaw Brothers actor David Chiang directs Will of Iron, a cautionary thriller starring Hong Kong Cinema superstars Jacky Cheung and Maggie Cheung! Four longtime friends (Jacky Cheung, Maggie Cheung, Crystal Kwok and Michael Wong) have weathered the years together, but when Maggie returns from oversea schooling, she discovers that something is wrong with her former friends. Jacky and Crystal are expecting their first child, but Michael suspiciously avoids them, and everyone has differing excuses for the estrangement. Slowly, Maggie uncovers the truth: Jacky is now a pathetic cocaine addict, and Michael is his supplier! This development throws a wrench into Maggie and Michael's romantic reunion, which is further compounded by rising debt, betrayal, and drug-smuggling triads who seek to take advantage of Jacky's addiction. There's only one way all this can end: badly. Will of Iron takes a laudable message and presents it in harrowing cinema fashion, doubling and tripling up its physical blows with emotional ones that will make even the most violence-hardened individual wince reflexively. Over-the-top melodramatic and forcefully powerful, Will of Iron gets its worthy message across...and then some.
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Joy Sales Shinjuku Incident (Blu-ray) (Uncut Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 53.00 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 My Death Project (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 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 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Love In The Space-Time (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Four Winds (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Four Winds (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Four Winds (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Gamble For Life at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Gamble For Life
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Gamble For Life
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Joy Sales Royal Warriors (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Royal Warriors (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Michelle Yeoh and Japanese actor Sanada Hiroyuki deliver explosive action in the classic Hong Kong action film Royal Warriors (a.k.a. In the Line of Duty), now on digitally remastered DVD! Known as one of the best representatives of 80s Hong Kong action cinema, the Chung Chi Man-directed film features plenty of amazing stunts and bone-crunching action, including a fight filmed in Tokyo's Harajuku district, a scene in which co-star Michael Wong falls through a glass ceiling from the top of a skyscraper, and an explosive finale in which Yeoh literally brings down a house with an armored vehicle. Hong Kong policewoman Michelle (Michelle Yeoh) and Japanese interpol agent Sanada (Sanada Hiroyuki) thwart a plane hijacking on their way to Hong Kong, and the surviving hijacker avenges the death of his friends by killing Sanada's family. Will the two heroes bring down the rogue terrorist before he gets to them?
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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 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 Keep On Dancing (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Keep On Dancing (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Co-directed by media personality Kam Kwok Leung and Hong Kong new-wave filmmaker Leung Po Chih (Jumping Ash), the 1988 Hong Kong comedy features a sparkling cast that includes Cora Miao, Eric Tsang, Richard Ng, James Wong, Sandy Lam, Lee Heung Kam, Meg Lam, Stanley Fung, and Cora Miao again! The award-winning actress of Passion and Love in a Fallen City plays twin sisters Cheung Sheung and Tze Ngor. Ngor is a patient of the mental hospital, but she tricks her elder sister into swapping identities with her. Once outside, Ngor sets out to find her adulterous ex-husband (James Wong). In the process, she meets a millionaire (Cantonese Opera artist Tang Wing Cheung) and a postman (action director Mang Hoi) who has a secret love for Sheung. In the mean time, with a large assortment of insane people (both hospital staff and inmates) in her company, Sheung grows fond of her new life in the hospital. Not even her fiance (Eric Tsang) can convince her to go back to the outside world again!
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Joy Sales My Lucky Stars (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales My Lucky Stars (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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My Lucky Stars (1985) can be considered as the second episode of a series of action comedy directed by Sammo Hung which begins with Winner and Sinners. Just like Winner and Sinners, My Lucky Stars mixes Chinese kung fu and Western-style gun fight into one entertaining title, with much comedy added. Jackie Chan stars as an Interpol agent who is after a criminal in Tokyo. Failing his assignment so badly that even his assistant (Yuen Biao) gets kidnapped, he calls Hong Kong police chief Walter Tso to ask for assistance from his orphanage buddies (Sammo Hung, Eric Tsang, Richard Ng, Stanley Fung, and Charlie Chin). The five "Lucky Stars" then departs for their Tokyo mission... Filled with action sequences by such great stars as Jackie Chan, Sammo Hung, and Yuen Biao, My Lucky Stars is no lack of laughter which will keep the audience entertained. A typical Hong Kong action comedy in the 1980s that fans must not miss!
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Joy Sales Chinese Stories From Afar II - The Chapter Of India at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
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Joy Sales The Master (VCD) (Remastered) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
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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 World Travel Series -Hungary at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
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The Royal Tramp Blu-ray set includes Royal Tramp and Royal Tramp 2, plus trailers and interview with Wong Jing. Adapted - quite loosely - from the famous Jin Yong (a.k.a. Louis Cha) novel The Duke of Mt. Deer, the Royal Tramp films tell the tale of Wai Siu Bo (Stephen Chow), a tricky layabout who chances into a plot to overthrow the Qing Dynasty! The Heaven and Earth Society draft him to steal the "42 Chapter Classic", a legendary martial arts tome, from the Imperial Palace, but to do so, he has to pretend to be a eunuch. The Emperor's sister (Chingmy Yau) sees through his deception, but she's willing to keep quiet if Wai compensates her - with his body! Meanwhile, the Empress Dowager Lung Yi (Sharla Cheung), who's secretly working for the Dragon Sect, angles to take over the country, but Wai Siu Bo manages to thwart her plans. She returns to seek revenge with her face magically changed to look like wuxia screen goddess Brigitte Lin! Can a crafty, but physically inept scoundrel like Wai Siu Bo stand up to her supreme kung-fu powers? The Royal Tramp films may not be the most faithful adaptation of Jin Yong's works, but they're easily the most side-splitting! Stephen Chow is in top comic form as Wai Siu Bo, and ably demonstrates the comic talent that made him one of Hong Kong's biggest box-office superstars. There's kung-fu too; both films feature fluid, energetic fight choreography from Ching Siu Tung (Hero) mixing inventive action with crazy situation comedy. A huge cast of top Hong Kong names, including frequent Stephen Chow collaborators Ng Man Tat, Elvis Tsui, Sandra Ng, and Nat Chan Bak Cheung round out the cast. Gorgeous actresses Fennie Yuen and Michelle Reis are also on hand to up the eye candy quotient. Director Wong Jing keeps the comedy coming fast and furiously, and audiences obviously appreciated his and Stephen Chow's efforts. Both Royal Tramp films were among the five top-grossing films in Hong Kong in 1992. The other three films? They also starred Stephen Chow!
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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 Express To Better Vocabulary And Pronunciation Vol. 4A at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
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Joy Sales Collection of Mysticism - Chicken at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
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Joy Sales Naked Comes The Huntress (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
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Joy Sales Prince From Ba Ba's Star Stage Drama at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
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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
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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 Chinese Stories From Afar : The Chapter Of Rwanda (VCD) (ATV Program) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Chinese Stories From Afar : The Chapter Of Rwanda (VCD) (ATV Program) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales Don't Forget The Promise (Hong Kong Version) at 15.30 SGD from YesAsia
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Joy Sales Shantung Man In Hong Kong (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
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Joy Sales The Royal Scoundrel (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
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Award-winning actor Tony Leung Chiu Wai shows his playful comic side in Royal Scoundrel, a winning action-comedy co-starring the divine Jacklyn Wu Chien Lien. Tony Leung is "Beach Boy", a maverick cop whose unorthodox and incompetent ways are frowned upon by his uptight superiors. His inept partner Mrs. Chow (Ng Man Tat, not playing a female) isn't much help, and is more concerned with taking care of his many, many children. On a routine stakeout, Beach Boy and Mrs. Chow rescue a lovely Mainland girl named Ah Yuk (Jacklyn Wu), who was previously abused by her criminal uncle. Ah Yuk has nowhere to go, so she moves in with Beach Boy, who has no idea how to deal with a beautiful, helpful female presence in his dingy bachelor pad. But if he's not careful, the dashing new police lieutenant (Waise Lee) will end up stealing her heart! Can the Beach Boy get it together? Also known by the title Son of the Beach, Royal Scoundrel is an early collaboration between Tony Leung Chiu Wai and director Johnnie To that demonstrates that both award-winning artists know how to have fun once in a while!
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Joy Sales Can't Stop The War (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Can't Stop The War (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Joy Sales The Third Eye (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
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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 Love Stories (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
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Joy Sales Natural City (Hong Kong Version) at 11.10 SGD from YesAsia
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In the year 2080, human clones with artificial intelligence replace manual labor in Natural City. Each clone has its own expiration date, but few are willing to accept the fate of recycling. A MP force is formed to hunt down the expired clones. R (Yoo Ji Tae), a member of the MP force, is in love with fast-expiring female clone Ria (Suh Lin), and he does not want to lose her. R finds out that Dr. Croy knows a way to extend Ria's life. Can R save the life of his beloved? Natural City is a blockbuster sci-fi Korean flick costing over seven billion Korean won in production. Starring Yoo Ji Tae (Old Boy), the film is both a sensitive love story and an action thriller filled with stunning visual effects, making the film stand out from the rest.
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Joy Sales The Ghost Story: Print Skin (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
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Gordon Chan's Painted Skin reinvented the Chinese macabre classic "Liaozhai" with lavish use of martial arts elements. This Print Skin, adapted from the same source material, offers ample action of another kind. Directed by Stephan Yip (Friday Gigolo), The Ghost Story: Print Skin boasts a handful of erotic film regulars like Sophie Ngan and Lam Wai Kin, in a cautious tale of a scholar falling for an alluring woman who turns out to be a vicious ghost. Despite being cheated on, the scholar's virtuous wife seeks help from a manly Taoist priest to save her bewitched husband.
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Joy Sales Shining Spring (Hong Kong Version) at 15.30 SGD from YesAsia
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Joy Sales Tracing Shadow (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
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Francis Ng returns to the director's chair for the martial arts comedy Tracing Shadow. Again sharing credits with Dancing Lion co-director Marco Mak, Ng also takes the leading role in this rowdy kung-fu sendup about martial arts masters converging on a village to find a lost map. Though the movie is played for laughs, the action is serious business, with impressive martial arts sequences sprinkled throughout. Art direction is top-notch, as is the supporting cast of Jaycee Chan (The Sun Also Rises) and actresses Pace Wu (Marriage with a Fool) and Xie Na (Two Stupid Eggs). Ng also enlists additional star support through a running gag involving celebrity lookalikes. Chaos reigns during the Ming Dynasty as martial artists from both sides of justice rush to the imperial capital to get their hands on a legendary treasure map. After a grand duel at the palace, the map disappears, its whereabouts traced to a small village. Disguised as commoners, five martial artists, including Mongolian warrior Chang (Francis Ng) and ninja Xin (Pace Wu), settle in the village to surreptitiously investigate, but they end up staying for a lot longer than they intended. They appear to be like any other villager, holding shop and regularly getting harassed by spoiled young landlord Xu (Jaycee Chan), but they're actually all secretly jostling to find the lost map. Mayhem breaks out when the map suddenly reappears again.
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Joy Sales Blood Memory (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
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From Andy Chin, the director of serious fares like Call Girl '92 and Love Among the Triad, comes the 1992 romantic comedy Changing Partner. Co-written by James Yuen (He's a Woman, She's a Man), the film stars The Wynners' Anthony Chan (who also produces) in a romantic coupling with actress Sandra Ng that is as funny as it is unlikely. Chan and Ng play Yau and Sandra, two police officers facing problems in their respective love lives - Yau's girlfriend (Carrie Ng) has left him because of his lack of ambition, while Sandra's boyfriend has left with her money in tow. When a serial killer appears to be targeting newlyweds in a seaside neighborhood, Yau and Sandra are forced to hold a stakeout posing as newlyweds in the same house. The two are obviously mismatched at first, but romance begins to blossom as they spend more time together. However, Yau's girlfriend suddenly returns, putting Yau in an impossible bind.
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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 Never Ending Night + Making Of Never Ending Night at 15.30 SGD from YesAsia
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Joy Sales Center Stage (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Center Stage (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version)
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The celebrated life and tragic death of famed silent film star Ruan Ying Lu is told in Stanley Kwan's award-winning docudrama Center Stage. Also known as Actress, the film covers a period from 1929 to 1935, when Ruan Ling Yu (Maggie Cheung) ruled the screen as the undisputed goddess of Chinese cinema. But in private, Ruan was a rebellious figure, who bristled against the rigid societal conventions of her time. Ruan took her own life at the age of 25 amidst tabloid criticism and controversy, but her legend is immortalized in Stanley Kwan's loving, engrossing work. Utilizing archival footage from Ruan Ling Yu's early films, interview segments with her contemporaries and modern actors, re-enactments of select Ruan Ling Yu performances by Maggie Cheung, and dramatized sequences depicting the turbulent last years of her life, Center Stage paints a complex, structurally enthralling portrait of a beloved artist of the cinema.Maggie Cheung turns in the performance of a lifetime as Ruan Ling Yu, earning her the Best Actress in the 42nd Berlin International Film Festival that cemented her reputation as quite possibly the leading Asian actor of her generation. The film also dominated the 12th Hong Kong Film Awards by winning 5 awards in 1992. Co-starring Cecilia Yip, Tony Leung Ka Fai, and Carina Lau, Center Stage is a stunning work of art that can simultaneously challenge and delight film lovers everywhere.
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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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Fans of the hit Taiwanese drama Meteor Garden can't miss out on Meteor Rain! Divided into three segments, Meteor Rain consists of extra episodes that weren't included in the original Meteor Garden. Mei Zuo (Vanness Wu) is pickpocketed by a lively Japanese girl (Ai Sha), who is in Taiwan to look for her grandmother. The two become friends - and maybe more - but what happens when she has to leave? Xiao You (Rainie Yang) returns to Taiwan to resolve her relationship with Xi Men (Ken Chu). Xi Men reveals the reason for his callous attitude toward relationships: a heartbreaking story of first love. The volatile Dao Min Si (Jerry Yan) gets into trouble with the law and runs away. He meets an elderly man and his sick granddaughter by chance. Drawn into their simple lives, Dao Min Si begins to question his past way of life. Click here to browse other F4 TV series
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Joy Sales Story Of Kennedy Town (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Story Of Kennedy Town (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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A early-nineties action drama in the same vein as John Woo's Bullet in the Head, Story of Kennedy Town tells a powerful tale of stalwart friendship destroyed by greed and corruption. Kao (Mark Cheng), Chuang (Waise Lee), and Li (Aaron Kwok) are the best of friends, who experience the joys and hardships of their youth with fierce loyalty and friendship. The trio is inspired by Sgt. Huang (director Wu Ma) to become policemen, but only Chuang makes the cut. Kao and Li support Chuang nonetheless, but their separate worlds threaten the foundation of their friendship. Chuang's initiation into the world of policemen comes with overwhelming temptations, and the insidious influence of corrupt superiors and colleagues. Power and wealth ultimately seduce Chuang. Will his friends be able to sway him back, or will he betray them and their bonds of friendship? Director Wu Ma creates effective melodrama that involves and provokes, and presents a darker side of the heroic brotherhood portrayed in many a Hong Kong film. Co-starring Sharla Cheung and May Lo, Story of Kennedy Town is a gripping action drama full of harrowing, compelling emotion.
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Joy Sales Seventeen Years (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Seventeen Years (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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From director Zhang Yuan (Green Tea, I Love You) comes Seventeen Years, an intelligent and haunting tale of redemption. Tao Lan (Lau Lam) is a woman in her mid-thirties, on a furlough from prison, where she was incarcerated for seventeen years. When she was a teen, Tao Lan was framed for petty theft by her stepsister Yu Xiaoqin, and in trying to prove her own innocence accidentally killed her own stepsister! Years later, escorted by prison guard Chen Jie (Lee Bing Bing), Tao Lan undertakes a journey to see her parents, a meeting filled with remorse and the hope of forgiveness - and also the threat of rejection. Director Zhang Yuan brings low-key style to this moving tale of an emotionally charged, bittersweet family reunion. Seventeen Years screened at numerous film festivals worldwide, including the Venice Film Festival, where it was nominated for the prestigious Golden Lion, and Zhang Yuan was honored with a special director's award.
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Joy Sales The Lady Killer (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Joy Sales The Lady Killer (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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The Lady Killer, the 1977 Golden Harvest production directed by Zhu Mu (Hello Sexy Late Homecomers) is notable for being one of the earlier efforts in the decade-spanning career of Taiwan singer-actress Sylvia Chang. The cautionary tale is centered on club singer Fai (Bruce Lee's younger brother Robert Lee Jun Fai) who is young and handsome and very popular with the female patrons. However, little does he know that the club manager, Fong (Zhu Mu), is actually using him as bait to lure teenage girls into prostitution. He is blackmailed into co-operation after he is set up by Fong and framed for a murder. Lucky for him, a fan of his named Ling (Sylvia Chang) comes to his rescue! The plucky girl helps Fai expose the wrongdoings of Fong, and even counter-blackmail him with the criminal evidence they gathered!
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Joy Sales Winter Sonata (20VCD)(Cantonese/Korean Version)(Hong Kong Version)(End) at 115.70 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 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 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 Starry Journey II (Chapter 6) - Cheung Man (Smile Action)
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Joy Sales Starry Journey II (Chapter 8) - Simon Loui (Taiwan Rag Doll)
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Joy Sales Who Is The Craftiest (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 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 Iron Monkey (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version)
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One of the best period kung-fu actioners Hong Kong has to offer, Iron Monkey is produced by Tsui Hark and helmed by renowned filmmaker and action director Yuen Woo Ping (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon). Action greats Donnie Yen (SPL) and Yu Rong Guang (My Father is a Hero) team up and face off in blistering martial arts set pieces. Set in the late 19th-century Canton folklore era of patriotic heroes, evil oppressors, and chest-thumping righteous action, Iron Monkey revolves around the heroic struggles of a patriotic vigilante, folk hero Wong Kei Ying, and his even more famous son Wong Fei Hung, here still an adolescent and played by actress Angie Tsang. Soft-spoken doctor by day, vigilante Iron Monkey by night, physician Yang (Yu Rong Guang) has the local Qing government up in arms with his Robin Hood-like heroic exploits against the town's corrupt overlords. With the authorities randomly dragging people off the streets on fabricated suspicions, Wong Kei Ying (Donnie Yen) and his son Fei Hung (Angie Tsang), who just rolled into town, are quickly arrested when they display their martial arts prowess. The unscrupulous magistrate holds Fei Hung hostage, and orders Wong Kei Ying to capture Iron Monkey in exchange for his son.
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Joy Sales How To Be A Billionaire... (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Clifton Ko and Raymond Wong divulge secrets to getting rich quick in their 1989 collaboration How To Be A Billionaire! The blockbuster writer-directors behind such Hong Kong comedy classics as All's Well End's Well and The Happy Ghost team up for this fantasy comedy, in which Wong himself stars as a billionaire wannabe whose wildest dreams all come true thanks to a "Rags-to-Riches Secret Manual". Surrounding him is a trio of beautiful actresses, all former Miss Hong Kong titleholders - Pauline Yeung, Elizabeth Lee, and Olivia Cheng - and quite possibly the greatest assets of the film. Other major co-stars include musician Lowell Lo, comedy actor Ricky Hui, and acclaimed actor Anthony Wong. Country bumpkin Wong Sheung (Raymond Wong) goes to Hong Kong to find a job, where he meets three women - the sweet and tender cousin Ah Ping (Pauline Yeung), the sexy and passionate roommate LuLu (Elizabeth Lee), and the cool and aloof superior Jenny (Olivia Cheng). One day, he gets hold of a "Secret Manual" by chance, which guides him onto a shortcut to big, big fortune. This gradually corrodes his conscience, and he becomes a person who would do anything to get what he wants. Eventually, he becomes filthy rich and wins the favor of LuLu. Even Jenny is forced to marry him. During their honeymoon to Switzerland, Wong has an accident, and in a comatose state he meets the Secret Manual's owner...
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Joy Sales The Man From Hong Kong (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version)
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Jimmy Wang shows you how capable The Man from Hong Kong is. Often appearing on the silver screen as a suave swordsman in Shaw Brothers titles in the 1970s, Jimmy Wang also sits in the director's chair for the 1975 movie The Man from Hong Kong. Co-directed with Brian Trenchard-Smith, Wang creates a movie packed with explosive scenes and stunning fighting sequences. A rare Western film invested by Hong Kong's Golden Harvest, The Man from Hong Kong sees Jimmy Wang as the Chinese version of James Bond, showing off his unique charm as well as dazzling kung fu. The Australian police arrest a Chinese drug trafficker Win Chan (Sammo Hung) and hands him over to the Hong Kong police. Under interrogation by the Hong Kong police inspector Fong (Jimmy Wang), Win Chan finally reveals the real culprit behind the syndicate as Australian tycoon Jack Wilton (George Lazenby, who actually stars as James Bond later). Badly injured in his operation, Fong is fortunate enough to meet Australian girl Angelica (Rebecca Gilling) who nurses him back to health before he decides to smash into Wilton's martial arts school. Shot in Australia and featuring mostly an Australian cast, this kung fu extravaganza actually deserves more attention than it has gained in the past, and is recently digitally remastered for fans!
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Joy Sales The Young Dragons (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Everyone has to start somewhere, and Hong Kong action cinema maestro John Woo made his feature-length debut in 1973 with The Young Dragons (a.k.a. Farewell Buddy). Woo was only 26 years old then, fresh from his apprenticeship under Shaw Brothers legend Chang Cheh. Serving as the film's martial arts choreographer was another little known name - Jackie Chan. As a sign of the director's hard-hitting action aesthetic to come, The Young Dragons actually never made it to theaters in 1973 because it was deemed too violent by the ratings board. The film eventually ended up on the desk of upstart production company Golden Harvest. Recognizing Woo's talent, Golden Harvest signed the young director and released The Young Dragons in Hong Kong in 1975 after re-editing and a title change. Set in the chaotic early 1900s, The Young Dragons pits young righteous street lad Chien against a sadistic gangleader, who cruelly plunders from the locals and murders Chien's friends. The film features no big stars, but plenty of familiar names including Shaw Brothers regulars Yu Yeung, Tien Ni, Hu Jien, and Fung Hak On. Gritty, bloody, and action-packed, The Young Dragons did not attract that much attention at the time of release, but the combination of John Woo's direction and Jackie Chan's action choreography now easily makes it a Hong Kong action classic. Fans can try picking out the themes and set pieces that would make appearances in their later films.
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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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Joy Sales Chinese Stories From Afar II - The Chapter Of Chile
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Joy Sales Express To Better Vocabulary And Pronunciation Vol. 4B
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Express To Better Vocabulary And Pronunciation Vol. 4B
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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 Sworn Brothers (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Superstar Andy Lau and Cheung Kwok Keung are heroic bloodshed brothers in the riveting triad saga Sworn Brothers! Lau (Andy Lau) is a fast-rising enforcer with the triads, but beneath his "bad" exterior is the sworn brother of Cheung (Cheung Kwok Keung), a Royal Hong Kong Police officer just returned from Scotland Yard. The two men are on opposite sides of the law, but both share a bond that cannot be tarnished, either by years or differing ideologies. Can the brotherhood of these two righteous men set things right in the underworld? Co-starring Tung Piu (Jackie Chan's Police Story films) in a compelling role as a corrupt cop, and loaded with many exciting actions sequences, Sworn Brothers is a standout triad action-drama in a genre already loaded with many similar films. With potent melodrama, and the type of heightened emotions that typify many popular eighties Hong Kong films, Sworn Brothers hits the action-drama bulls-eye in entertaining and bloody style!
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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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