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Panorama Cats Don't Come When You Call (2016) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 13.50 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Cats Don't Come When You Call (2016) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Directed by Yamamoto Toru (Tankentai no Eiko), the moving pet film Cats Don't Come When You Call is based on Sugisaku's autobiographical manga about getting through his darkest days with the help of his cats. Kazama Shunsuke (Soredemo, Ikite Yuku) stars as Mitsuo, an anguished boxer forced to give up his career due to an eye injury. During this difficult time, his older brother (Tsuruno Takeshi) also moves out and goes off on his own, leaving behind two cats in Mitsuo's care. Making up his mind to become a manga artist instead, Mitsuo experiences many challenges and changes as he tries to pick his life back up from rock bottom, and by his side the whole time are the cats that he initially hates but grows to love.
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Panorama Life Of Rachan The Boxer (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 10.00 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Life Of Rachan The Boxer (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 10.00
Hardened by a tragic childhood, boxer Rachan has always been indifferent to the world and people around him. Interested only in Muay Thai and revenge for his family, he lives day by day, bout by bout, in the gritty underworld of Thai boxing. All this changes one day when he meets a young woman with failing eyesight who sees through to his heart. To help raise money for her operation, Rachan has no choice but to earn it in the ring, but the price may be his life. Life of Rachan The Boxer is directed by Nattapol Mookkhun, and stars Nattasath Poonsubmanee, Yada Chuchottrahol, Arkaradej Pitraphay, and Kittipong Wongthong.
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Panorama All American Bikini Car Wash (2015) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 13.50 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama All American Bikini Car Wash (2015) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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All American Bikini Car Wash (2015) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Unbeatable (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 32.70 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Unbeatable (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 32.70
Smashing the Hong Kong box office, Dante Lam's (The Viral Factor, The Stool Pigeon) MMA action blockbuster Unbeatable is praised for its seamless action choreography and intricate depiction of human emotions. Instead of going overboard and filling the movie with pure androgen, Lam strikes a good balance of masculinity, family and humanity for what seems to be a straight off macho subject. Nick Cheung and Eddie Peng's brilliant portrayals of MMA fighters, not to mention their hard-trained physique, add to the draw of the film. At the Shanghai Film Festival's Golden Goblet Awards, Nick Cheung won Best Actor while ten-year-old Malaysian child star Crystal Lee took home Best Actress for their outstanding performances.

Ching Fai (Nick Cheung) was once a champion boxer, but he sold out his career for money. To run away from reality, Fai spends his life gambling and finally has to flee to Macau to escape loan sharks. In Macau, Fai meets his apprentice Qi (Eddie Peng) who vows to rebuild life with his father after their family business goes under. When Qi gets injured in competition, Fai, at the age of 48, once again steps onto the MMA stage to fight on behalf of his student.

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Panorama Cats Don't Come When You Call (2016) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 41.30 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Cats Don't Come When You Call (2016) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 41.30
Directed by Yamamoto Toru (Tankentai no Eiko), the moving pet film Cats Don't Come When You Call is based on Sugisaku's autobiographical manga about getting through his darkest days with the help of his cats. Kazama Shunsuke (Soredemo, Ikite Yuku) stars as Mitsuo, an anguished boxer forced to give up his career due to an eye injury. During this difficult time, his older brother (Tsuruno Takeshi) also moves out and goes off on his own, leaving behind two cats in Mitsuo's care. Making up his mind to become a manga artist instead, Mitsuo experiences many challenges and changes as he tries to pick his life back up from rock bottom, and by his side the whole time are the cats that he initially hates but grows to love.
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Panorama Kick Boxer 2 at 10.00 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Kick Boxer 2
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Kick Boxer 2
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Panorama Kick Boxer 2 at 15.70 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Kick Boxer 2
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Kick Boxer 2
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Panorama Champion (Cantonese Dubbed Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.40 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Champion (Cantonese Dubbed Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Directed by Kwak Kyung Taek, the 2002 film Champion revisits Korea in the early 1980s and shows one man's struggle to lift himself out of poverty and turn himself into a boxing champion. The film is based on the true story of legendary boxer Kim Deuk Gu. Starring as the Champion is Yoo Oh Sung who previously garnered acclaim for his turn in the blockbuster Friend. Teaming up with Kwak for the second time, Yoo gives an intense and arresting performance that captures the spirit of Kim Deuk Gu.

The story of local boxing champion Kim Deuk Gu has been told many times. He was a country boy who seemingly had no hope for the future. Sports knocked at his door, and with the determination to fulfill his dreams, he moved to Seoul. Korea was hoping for its next boxing hero when tragedy struck. In a match for the World Lightweight title, Kim Deuk Gu died due to a blood clot in his brain. Since he was at the top of his game, his death made him a legend in Korean sports. The consequences of his death are still felt in boxing circles all over the world. Some of the changes in today's boxing world have come as a result of Kim Deuk Gu's tragic end.

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Panorama All American Bikini Car Wash (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 29.90 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama All American Bikini Car Wash (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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All American Bikini Car Wash (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Sex & Zen II (VCD) (Reissue) (Hong Kong Version) at 14.20 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Sex & Zen II (VCD) (Reissue) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 14.20
From director Wong Jing comes this superior sequel to the infamous Sex and Zen! This highly erotic follow-up exposes even more sexual secrets from the most controversial text in all of Chinese literature. Elvis Tsui Kam-Kong stars as Kin, a wealthy squire with an overactive sex drive who wants to go down in history as the world's greatest, and most prolific, lover! Although unashamed of his own super-charged libido, Kin is staunchly protective of his own daughter, the beautiful Yau (Loletta Lee), whom he sends away to pursue her studies. Fearful of what could happen to her, he makes her dress as a man and even outfits her with some extra-strength chastity armor just for good measure! However, along the way, she falls head over heels for the righteous Iron Man (Ben Ng), a heroic swordsman hot on the trail of the evil Mirage Woman (Shu Qi), who uses sex as a weapon, draining her partners of their very life essence through sexual seduction!

Things really start to heat up when the Kin marries off his mentally-challenged son to a sexy young woman, not realizing that she is, in fact, the Mirage Woman in the flesh! Even worse, Kin takes a liking to his new daughter-in-law and pursues her, a move that will have dramatic consequences for the lecherous squire! Of course, it's up to Yau and her swordsman beau to put a stop to the Mirage Woman's erotic game of torture, but little do they know that she's got a big surprise in store for both of them! With eye-catching performances from its nubile young actresses, this Category III cult classic is one erotic sex-feast that fans of Shu Qi won't want to miss!

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