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Nova Media My Name is Khan (Blu-ray) (Full Slip Case) (Limited Edition) (Korea Version) at 57.30 SGD from YesAsia
Nova Media My Name is Khan (Blu-ray) (Full Slip Case) (Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
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"My name is Khan, and I am not terrorist." Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan takes on his most challenging role yet in My Name is Khan. This time, SRK puts away his superstar persona to play a man with Asperger's Syndrome (a form of autism) who goes on an amazing journey across post-9/11 America in order to pass an important message to the President of the United States. To properly tell the somber story, Director Karan Johar eschews typical Bollywood film elements such as musical sequences without losing the focus on producing a touching, inspirational drama for a global audience. In addition to being the highly anticipated reunion of immensely popular screen couple SRK and Kajol, My Name is Khan is also a timely and relevant exploration of racial relations in the post-9/11 world that teaches us to celebrate our commonalities rather than our differences.
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"My name is Khan, and I am not terrorist." Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan takes on his most challenging role yet in My Name is Khan. This time, SRK puts away his superstar persona to play a man with Asperger's Syndrome (a form of autism) who goes on an amazing journey across post-9/11 America in order to pass an important message to the President of the United States. To properly tell the somber story, Director Karan Johar eschews typical Bollywood film elements such as musical sequences without losing the focus on producing a touching, inspirational drama for a global audience. In addition to being the highly anticipated reunion of immensely popular screen couple SRK and Kajol, My Name is Khan is also a timely and relevant exploration of racial relations in the post-9/11 world that teaches us to celebrate our commonalities rather than our differences.
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Nova Media The Moon is... the Sun's Dream (Blu-ray + OST) (Korea Version) at 47.50 SGD from YesAsia
Nova Media The Moon is... the Sun's Dream (Blu-ray + OST) (Korea Version)
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One of Korea's most prominent directors, Park Chan Wook has found international acclaim for films like Old Boy, Thirst and JSA, and recently made his Hollywood debut with Stoker. See where it all started with his first film The Moon is... the Sun's Dream, released in 1992 when he was 29 years old. A film that many film fans have heard of but few have seen, The Moon is... the Sun's Dream played on only one screen for its original release, but it's now available on video. The film, which follows a Busan gangster whose life spirals violently out of control when he falls in love with his boss's mistress, offers an early taste of the intense action and revenge themes that Park Chan Wook would become famous for in his later films. This edition includes the film's soundtrack CD.
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One of Korea's most prominent directors, Park Chan Wook has found international acclaim for films like Old Boy, Thirst and JSA, and recently made his Hollywood debut with Stoker. See where it all started with his first film The Moon is... the Sun's Dream, released in 1992 when he was 29 years old. A film that many film fans have heard of but few have seen, The Moon is... the Sun's Dream played on only one screen for its original release, but it's now available on video. The film, which follows a Busan gangster whose life spirals violently out of control when he falls in love with his boss's mistress, offers an early taste of the intense action and revenge themes that Park Chan Wook would become famous for in his later films. This edition includes the film's soundtrack CD.
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Nova Media The Way of the Dragon (1972) (Blu-ray) (4K Remastering) (Scanavo Fullslip Outcase Edition) (Korea Version) at 39.10 SGD from YesAsia
Nova Media The Way of the Dragon (1972) (Blu-ray) (4K Remastering) (Scanavo Fullslip Outcase Edition) (Korea Version)
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Known in the west as Return of the Dragon, Bruce Lee's The Way of the Dragon is another classic martial arts film featuring the Dragon at the peak of his powers! Bruce Lee is Tang Lung, a Hong Kong expatriate in Italy who gets the opportunity to use his fists when local thugs begin muscling in on the local Chinese restaurant. It's a simple exchange: the thugs set foot in the restaurant, and Tang Lung cuts loose with a flurry of kicks and punches designed to inflict the maximum amount of damage with the minimum amount of effort. Then, more fighting ensues.The Way of the Dragon co-stars popular starlet Nora Miao, and is a true tour-de-force for Bruce Lee. Not only did he star in the film, but he also wrote, produced, and directed - and this is in addition to his expected action choreography duties. The results of his labor are a wildly entertaining martial arts film that's sure to make kung-fu fans of all ages grin from ear-to-ear. Most famously, The Way of the Dragon features a dramatic showdown between Bruce Lee and Chuck Norris in the confines of Rome's ancient Colosseum!
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Known in the west as Return of the Dragon, Bruce Lee's The Way of the Dragon is another classic martial arts film featuring the Dragon at the peak of his powers! Bruce Lee is Tang Lung, a Hong Kong expatriate in Italy who gets the opportunity to use his fists when local thugs begin muscling in on the local Chinese restaurant. It's a simple exchange: the thugs set foot in the restaurant, and Tang Lung cuts loose with a flurry of kicks and punches designed to inflict the maximum amount of damage with the minimum amount of effort. Then, more fighting ensues.The Way of the Dragon co-stars popular starlet Nora Miao, and is a true tour-de-force for Bruce Lee. Not only did he star in the film, but he also wrote, produced, and directed - and this is in addition to his expected action choreography duties. The results of his labor are a wildly entertaining martial arts film that's sure to make kung-fu fans of all ages grin from ear-to-ear. Most famously, The Way of the Dragon features a dramatic showdown between Bruce Lee and Chuck Norris in the confines of Rome's ancient Colosseum!
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Nova Media The Grey (Blu-ray) (Korea Version) at 50.30 SGD from YesAsia
Nova Media The Grey (Blu-ray) (Korea Version)
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The Grey (Blu-ray) (Korea Version)
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Nova Media Zu: Warriors From The Magic Mountain (Blu-ray) (Limited Edition) (Korea Version) at 47.50 SGD from YesAsia
Nova Media Zu: Warriors From The Magic Mountain (Blu-ray) (Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
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You won't find more essential Hong Kong Cinema than director Tsui Hark's 1983 blockbuster Zu - Warriors From The Magic Mountain! A fantasy epic detailing the plight of ordinary humans thrust into a supernatural battle of the gods, Zu stars Yuen Biao as Ti Ming Chi, a faceless soldier caught in pointless battles between warring Chinese clans. While escaping into the Zu Mountains, Ming Chi meets up with master swordsman Ting Yin (Adam Cheng), and somehow gets dragged on a dangerous quest to seek out the legendary Twin Swords. The swords may be the only weapons capable of stopping an all-consuming ancient evil, that until now has only been held in check by the venerable Long Brows (Sammo Hung). Their journey brings them many challenges and allies, including bumbling monks Hsiao Yu and Yi Chen (Damian Lau and Mang Hoi), and the Countess (Brigitte Lin), the powerful mistress of the Jade Pool Fairy Fortress. But when Ting Yin gets possessed by the evil, it's up to the relatively ordinary Ming Chi and Yi Chen to complete the master's quest, and wield the Twins Swords for the good of all humanity!Acrobatic action sequences, a host of Hong Kong Cinema stars, and Tsui Hark's infectiously energetic direction has made Zu - Warriors From the Magic Mountain a timeless audience favorite. But it's really the complex, wildly entertaining story and the unprecedented use of special effects that have raised the film to classic Hong Kong Cinema status! This edition includes eight postcards and special features (trailers, slideshow and Yuen Biao interview).
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You won't find more essential Hong Kong Cinema than director Tsui Hark's 1983 blockbuster Zu - Warriors From The Magic Mountain! A fantasy epic detailing the plight of ordinary humans thrust into a supernatural battle of the gods, Zu stars Yuen Biao as Ti Ming Chi, a faceless soldier caught in pointless battles between warring Chinese clans. While escaping into the Zu Mountains, Ming Chi meets up with master swordsman Ting Yin (Adam Cheng), and somehow gets dragged on a dangerous quest to seek out the legendary Twin Swords. The swords may be the only weapons capable of stopping an all-consuming ancient evil, that until now has only been held in check by the venerable Long Brows (Sammo Hung). Their journey brings them many challenges and allies, including bumbling monks Hsiao Yu and Yi Chen (Damian Lau and Mang Hoi), and the Countess (Brigitte Lin), the powerful mistress of the Jade Pool Fairy Fortress. But when Ting Yin gets possessed by the evil, it's up to the relatively ordinary Ming Chi and Yi Chen to complete the master's quest, and wield the Twins Swords for the good of all humanity!Acrobatic action sequences, a host of Hong Kong Cinema stars, and Tsui Hark's infectiously energetic direction has made Zu - Warriors From the Magic Mountain a timeless audience favorite. But it's really the complex, wildly entertaining story and the unprecedented use of special effects that have raised the film to classic Hong Kong Cinema status! This edition includes eight postcards and special features (trailers, slideshow and Yuen Biao interview).
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Nova Media The Young Master (Blu-ray) (Full Slip Case Limited Edition) (Korea Version) at 47.50 SGD from YesAsia
Nova Media The Young Master (Blu-ray) (Full Slip Case Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
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Directed by and starring Jackie Chan, The Young Master (1980) showcases Chan's talent for creating action comedies. The carefully choreographed fight sequences, well-blended with hilarious comedy, creates a unique experience that one can only find in Jackie Chan's films. Starting from Drunken Master, Jackie Chan has explored the different possibilities of action comedies, which later become a very representative genre in Hong Kong cinema. The Young Master follows Dragon's (Jackie Chan) adventure in fetching his martial arts brother who has betrayed the martial arts school. The unlucky Dragon gets mistaken for a criminal, and needs to prove his innocence by solving the case... This edition comes with eight postcards and special features (trailers, slideshow, Jackie Chan interview, action commentary).
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Directed by and starring Jackie Chan, The Young Master (1980) showcases Chan's talent for creating action comedies. The carefully choreographed fight sequences, well-blended with hilarious comedy, creates a unique experience that one can only find in Jackie Chan's films. Starting from Drunken Master, Jackie Chan has explored the different possibilities of action comedies, which later become a very representative genre in Hong Kong cinema. The Young Master follows Dragon's (Jackie Chan) adventure in fetching his martial arts brother who has betrayed the martial arts school. The unlucky Dragon gets mistaken for a criminal, and needs to prove his innocence by solving the case... This edition comes with eight postcards and special features (trailers, slideshow, Jackie Chan interview, action commentary).
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Nova Media King of Beggars (Blu-ray) (Full Slip Case Limited Edition) (Korea Version) at 47.50 SGD from YesAsia
Nova Media King of Beggars (Blu-ray) (Full Slip Case Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
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Superstar comedian Stephen Chow turns in one of his most charismatic and heroic performances in King of Beggars, a period kung-fu comedy from director Gordon Chan (Fight Back to School). Chow plays So, a lazy, self-involved layabout who receives a fall from grace when his illiteracy prevents him from becoming an official. Reduced to being a beggar, So is asked to join the rebels, but his pride and self-loathing prevent him from joining up. But when evil Imperial wizard Norman Tsui stages a coup, it's up to So to stand up and be counted. So learns the hilarious "sleeping kung-fu", and returns to fight for justice as the legendary Beggar So! Combining an involving martial arts storyline, entertaining action sequences, and Stephen Chow's inimitable comic charm, King of Beggars is one of Stephen Chow's most enjoyable, crowd-pleasing efforts! Nominated for Best Picture and Best Director at the 12th Hong Kong Film Awards. This edition comes with eight postcards.
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Superstar comedian Stephen Chow turns in one of his most charismatic and heroic performances in King of Beggars, a period kung-fu comedy from director Gordon Chan (Fight Back to School). Chow plays So, a lazy, self-involved layabout who receives a fall from grace when his illiteracy prevents him from becoming an official. Reduced to being a beggar, So is asked to join the rebels, but his pride and self-loathing prevent him from joining up. But when evil Imperial wizard Norman Tsui stages a coup, it's up to So to stand up and be counted. So learns the hilarious "sleeping kung-fu", and returns to fight for justice as the legendary Beggar So! Combining an involving martial arts storyline, entertaining action sequences, and Stephen Chow's inimitable comic charm, King of Beggars is one of Stephen Chow's most enjoyable, crowd-pleasing efforts! Nominated for Best Picture and Best Director at the 12th Hong Kong Film Awards. This edition comes with eight postcards.
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Nova Media Game of Death (1978) (Blu-ray) (4K Remastering) (Scanavo Fullslip Outcase Edition) (Korea Version) at 39.10 SGD from YesAsia
Nova Media Game of Death (1978) (Blu-ray) (4K Remastering) (Scanavo Fullslip Outcase Edition) (Korea Version)
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Legendary screen icon Bruce Lee stars as Billy Lo, a burgeoning martial arts star drawn into a web of corruption in Game of Death! On the verge of becoming a martial arts screen star, Billy Lo is approached by an evil group called The Syndicate to join their illicit endeavors. What does Billy do? He cuts loose with a series of high-pitched wails and kung-fu kicks as only Bruce Lee can deliver! Bruce Lee's final film, Game of Death was partially shot before Lee's tragic death, but completed afterwards with a variety of film techniques, including stock footage and the use of a stand-in (Korean actor Kim Tai Jung) to double for the legendary martial artist. But regardless of the hodgepodge filmmaking, Game of Death qualifies as essential cinema for fans of Bruce Lee thanks to numerous fight sequences, and the famous finale featuring Lee in a series of battles, including one against NBA Basketball legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar!
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Legendary screen icon Bruce Lee stars as Billy Lo, a burgeoning martial arts star drawn into a web of corruption in Game of Death! On the verge of becoming a martial arts screen star, Billy Lo is approached by an evil group called The Syndicate to join their illicit endeavors. What does Billy do? He cuts loose with a series of high-pitched wails and kung-fu kicks as only Bruce Lee can deliver! Bruce Lee's final film, Game of Death was partially shot before Lee's tragic death, but completed afterwards with a variety of film techniques, including stock footage and the use of a stand-in (Korean actor Kim Tai Jung) to double for the legendary martial artist. But regardless of the hodgepodge filmmaking, Game of Death qualifies as essential cinema for fans of Bruce Lee thanks to numerous fight sequences, and the famous finale featuring Lee in a series of battles, including one against NBA Basketball legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar!
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Nova Media 3 Days to Kill (Blu-ray) (Korea Version) at 47.50 SGD from YesAsia
Nova Media 3 Days to Kill (Blu-ray) (Korea Version)
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3 Days to Kill (Blu-ray) (Korea Version)
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Nova Media The Legend of Hercules (Blu-ray) (Korea Version) at 47.50 SGD from YesAsia
Nova Media The Legend of Hercules (Blu-ray) (Korea Version)
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The Legend of Hercules (Blu-ray) (Korea Version)
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Nova Media The Last Witch Hunter (Blu-ray) (Full Slip Package) (Limited Edition) at 53.10 SGD from YesAsia
Nova Media The Last Witch Hunter (Blu-ray) (Full Slip Package) (Limited Edition)
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The Last Witch Hunter (Blu-ray) (Full Slip Package) (Limited Edition)
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Nova Media No Escape (Blu-ray) (Fullslip Limited Edition) (Korea Version) at 58.70 SGD from YesAsia
Nova Media No Escape (Blu-ray) (Fullslip Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
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No Escape (Blu-ray) (Fullslip Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
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Nova Media My Mother The Mermaid (Blu-ray) (Korea Version) at 48.90 SGD from YesAsia
Nova Media My Mother The Mermaid (Blu-ray) (Korea Version)
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Well known for her performances in films like Happy End and Harmonium in My Memory, acclaimed actress Jeon Do Yeon takes on not one, but two challenging roles in director Park Heung Shik's My Mother, The Mermaid. Jeon plays Kim Na Young, a desperate young woman who goes in search for her missing father. During her search, she comes across the place where her parents first met. Flashing between past and present, the film takes the viewer back in time to find out more about Kim Na Young's mother (also Jeon Do Yeon).
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Well known for her performances in films like Happy End and Harmonium in My Memory, acclaimed actress Jeon Do Yeon takes on not one, but two challenging roles in director Park Heung Shik's My Mother, The Mermaid. Jeon plays Kim Na Young, a desperate young woman who goes in search for her missing father. During her search, she comes across the place where her parents first met. Flashing between past and present, the film takes the viewer back in time to find out more about Kim Na Young's mother (also Jeon Do Yeon).
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