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Jump! Boys and Exit No. 6 director Lin Yu Hsien waxes about love and serendipity in Sumimasen, Love starring breakout Japanese actress Tanaka Chie from Cape No. 7 and Wu Huai Chung from Crystal Boys. A scenic love story set in Taiwan's breezy southern port of Kaohsiung, the film takes on an almost documentary style as the camera follows the two protagonists through a wistful tour of the city and their hearts. Partly funded by the Kaohsiung city government as a means to promote tourism, Sumimasen, Love certainly does its job, painting a gorgeous backdrop with the sights and sounds of the city. Other than the two stars, all other cast members in the film are Kaohsiung locals, adding to the story's warmth and realism. Sumimasen, Love also rounds up some of Taiwan Cinema's best behind-the-scenes talents like Formula 17 and Twenty Thirty Forty producer Roger Huang, Blue Gate Crossing art director Hsia Shao Yu, and Golden Horse-nominated composer Cheng Wei Chieh.

Hoping to escape Taipei and acting for a while, Japanese actress Chie runs off to Kaohsiung by herself for a one-day excursion. There she meets film projectionist and aspiring director Huai Chung, who lends her a helping hand and $500 after she loses her wallet. Convinced that their encounter is destined, Huai Chung asks Chie to write her name and number on the $500 bill. In this game of fate, the day the bill returns to Huai Chung is when they'll meet again...

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Hong Kong actor/singer Michael Tse has recently become a television phenomenon thanks to his star-making role of "Laughing Gor" in TVB's cop drama E.U., and a movie focused on the character is currently being made with Tse surrounded by a bunch of great co-stars. His fans would probably be interested in revisiting some of his older movies, too, such as this 2003 romantic comedy, conveniently titled Laughing Lover. Here, Tse stars opposite gorgeous actresses Tiffany Lee, Belinda Hamnett, and veteran comedy actors Yuen King Tan and Law Kar Ying.

Previously released under the title The Princess of Temple Street, the film follows Wilford (Michael Tse), a rich guy who is seriously obsessed with cleanness. Even his girlfriend (Belinda Hamnett) of many years is finally fed up with this neat freak and ditches him. Disheartened, Wilford is taken to the seedy Temple Street by his friends for a wild night out, where he finds himself enamored with a pretty girl (Tiffany Lee) nicknamed "the Princess of Temple Street". But how can Wilford overcome his fear of getting dirty to approach his goddess?

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Panorama Monkey Magic (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Journey to the West comes to the big screen like never before in the 2007 film Monkey Magic! This is the latest in a long line of adaptations of the Wu Cheng'en tome. One of the four great Chinese classics, Journey to the West, or Saiyuuki in Japanese, is about the adventures of Tang Dynasty monk Tripitaka and his mischievous magical disciples as they journey to India to retrieve the Buddhist sutras. This fantastical allegorical tale has been adapted countless times for the big and small screen, notably in classic Chinese films like Ho Meng Hua's The Monkey Goes West series and Stephen Chow's The Chinese Odyssey series. In Japan, Saiyuuki also inspired many adaptations including the anime series Dragonball and an immensely popular TV series in 1978.

Fuji TV took a leap of faith in 2006 with their own brand-new 11-episode Saiyuuki starring Katori Shingo of SMAP as famed monkey king Son Goku. Actress Fukatsu Eri (The Professor's Beloved Formula) plays monk Sanzo Hoshi (Tripitaka), echoing the gender twist of the 1970s series. Ito Atsushi (Densha Otoko) and Uchimura Teruyoshi (Zebraman) complete the square as lecherous swine spirit Cho Hakkai (Pigsy) and water demon Sa Gojou (Friar Sand), with updated personalities and powers. The TV drama was such a huge success, it was followed up with a feature film in 2007, with the original cast reprising their roles.

Helmed by TV director Sawada Kensaku, feature film Monkey Magic retains the narrative quirks, zany energy, and colorful demons that made the drama so fresh and entertaining. The manic comic powers of Katori Shingo show no signs of abating as the gang of four takes their journey to the silver screen. This time, they encounter a princess whose parents have been turned into turtles by two powerful demons, played by Kaga Takeshi (Death Note) and Kishitani Goro (Like a Dragon). Son Goku and company head for the mystical mountains to battle the demons...

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Panorama Sympathy For Lady Vengeance (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 54.10 SGD from YesAsia
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Acclaimed filmmaker Park Chan Wook returns to the director's chair to helm Sympathy for Lady Vengeance, one of the most highly anticipated Korean films of 2005. The film marks the end of Park's hugely popular "Vengeance Trilogy", a series of films that began with 2002's Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance and continued with 2003's internationally successful Old Boy. Unlike most trilogies, this trio of pictures is united not by plot or by characters, but by its thematic content, namely, revenge and its terrible consequences.

Actress Lee Young Ae (Joint Security Area, Jewel in the Palace) takes up the leading role in Sympathy for Lady Vengeance, portraying Geum Ja, a beautiful woman just released from jail after thirteen years of imprisonment. Her crime? The kidnapping and brutal murder of a young child. Through the use of flashbacks, it is revealed that Geum Ja was extremely kind and generous to the other prisoners during her internment, earning a widespread reputation as a veritable saint among the imprisoned women.

However, Geum Ja's polite behavior masks her true intentions, for it seems she is totally innocent of the charges brought against her and is covertly hatching an elaborate plan to seek retribution on the twisted Mr. Baek, an English teacher played by Old Boy's Choi Min Sik who is responsible for her unjust conviction. And as soon as Geum Ja is released from prison, her demeanor changes. Once kind and considerate, she becomes cold and calculating. Enlisting the help of a retired cop (Nam Il Woo) and her daughter Jenny (who was adopted by an Australian couple during the anti-heroine's incarceration), Geum Ja sets in motion her plan for bitter vengeance, but will she succeed? Find out in Sympathy for Lady Vengeance, a film that may just prove why revenge is a dish best served cold!

Comes with a Chinese-subtitled Bonus DVD containin 103 minutes of special features:

  • Making of Sympathy for Lady Vengeance
  • Interviews with Cast
  • Sympathy for Lady Vengeance in Venezia
  • Promotion
  • Introduction by Director Park Chan Wook
  • Style of Lady Vengeance: Interviews with Director & Staff
  • Alternate Scenes: Deleted & Long-take Scenes(with Director & Actors' Commentary)
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    Panorama McDull Kung Fu Ding Ding Dong (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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    Hong Kong's favorite dim-witted piglet with a heart of gold embarks on a brand new adventure in McDull Kung Fu Ding Ding Dong! The third animated McDull film after My Life as McDull and McDull, Prince de la Bun, McDull Kung Fu Ding Ding Dong makes the sojourn to China where things are much different and yet the same for young McDull, now a bumbling martial arts apprentice. Sandra Ng reprises as the voice of McDull's get-go mother Mrs. Mak, while Anthony Wong returns as McDull's kindergarten principal and The Pancakes as teacher Miss Chan. Jim Chim and singer Wan Kwong also lent their distinctive voices to the production. Directed by Brian Tse, who wrote and produced the previous two features, the beautifully animated Kung Fu Ding Ding Dong again champions the bittersweet sentiments and humorous mix of juvenile jokes and spot-on satire that have endeared McDull to not only children but also adults. As the most straightforward and least episodic of the McDull films, Kung Fu Ding Ding Dong is accessible to audiences of all ages and cultures, while still retaining the same distinctly Hong Kong identity and charm

    Running out of ideas in Hong Kong, Mrs. Mak decides to try her business luck in China. She leaves McDull at a martial arts boarding school on the famous Mt. Wudang, where he makes new friends (that look a lot like his old friends), gets in trouble, and learns Tai Chi very very slowly. Whenever McDull feels discouraged and homesick, a gentle roly-poly giant panda with a funny accent comes out to give him a hand. But will that be enough to get McDull ready for the upcoming martial arts competition?

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    Panorama McDull Kung Fu Ding Ding Dong (Blu-ray+AVCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 49.80 SGD from YesAsia
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    Hong Kong's favorite dim-witted piglet with a heart of gold embarks on a brand new adventure in McDull Kung Fu Ding Ding Dong! The third animated McDull film after My Life as McDull and McDull, Prince de la Bun, McDull Kung Fu Ding Ding Dong makes the sojourn to China where things are much different and yet the same for young McDull, now a bumbling martial arts apprentice. Sandra Ng reprises as the voice of McDull's get-go mother Mrs. Mak, while Anthony Wong returns as McDull's kindergarten principal and The Pancakes as teacher Miss Chan. Jim Chim and singer Wan Kwong also lent their distinctive voices to the production. Directed by Brian Tse, who wrote and produced the previous two features, the beautifully animated Kung Fu Ding Ding Dong again champions the bittersweet sentiments and humorous mix of juvenile jokes and spot-on satire that have endeared McDull to not only children but also adults. As the most straightforward and least episodic of the McDull films, Kung Fu Ding Ding Dong is accessible to audiences of all ages and cultures, while still retaining the same distinctly Hong Kong identity and charm

    Running out of ideas in Hong Kong, Mrs. Mak decides to try her business luck in China. She leaves McDull at a martial arts boarding school on the famous Mt. Wudang, where he makes new friends (that look a lot like his old friends), gets in trouble, and learns Tai Chi very very slowly. Whenever McDull feels discouraged and homesick, a gentle roly-poly giant panda with a funny accent comes out to give him a hand. But will that be enough to get McDull ready for the upcoming martial arts competition?

    This edition comes with the AVCD Movie Soundtrack.

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    Panorama Push (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 47.00 SGD from YesAsia
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    Panorama Tokyo Gore Police (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.40 SGD from YesAsia
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    From the people who gave you The Machine Girl comes the even crazier Tokyo Gore Police! The makeup and special effects guru behind The Machine Girl, Exte, and Meatball Machine, director Nishimura Yoshihiro remakes his own award-winning 1995 indie short Anatomia Extinction into a gleeful splatter galore bound for cult classic status. Spilling buckets of blood and then some more, Tokyo Gore Police has all the gore, exploitation, action, and sickly inventive use of body parts you could possibly ask for. Shiina Eihi from Audition stands tall and beautiful in the midst of the sadistic mayhem as the vengeful monster slayer in a very short skirt. Living up to its billing with eye-popping gore, comically over-the-top perversions, and thoroughly entertaining madness, Tokyo Gore Police is a must-watch for fans of gore and extreme cinema.

    Sexy katakana-wielding cop Ruka (Shiina Eihi) is part of a special paramilitary squad that maintains order in the tough streets of futuristic Tokyo by squashing violence with ultraviolence and merciless executions. Her latest mission is to hunt down a mad scientist known as the Key Man who has developed a virus that mutates humans into hideous killing machines. These monstrous man-creatures might be able to sprout wacky weapons from their wounds, but they're no match for Ruka who's been on a vengeful bent ever since her father was murdered. The case turns bloody personal when Ruka discovers that Key Man may be linked to her father's death.

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    Get Quentin Tarantino's 1994 cult classic Pulp Fiction on Blu-ray!
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    Panorama The Twilight Saga: New Moon (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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    The second film in the Twilight series based on Stephenie Meyer's best-selling novels, teen vampire romance New Moon broke box office records in the US with the whopping opening day gross of $72.7 million. Breakout stars Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, and Taylor Lautner return for the angsty blockbuster sequel that sees Jacob Black come of age as a werewolf and confessing his feelings to Bella Swan after Edward Cullen leaves town. Depressed and confused, Bella puts her life at risk for the chance to see Edward. Believing Bella to be dead, Edward travels to Italy to seek death from the powerful Volturi council.
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    Panorama Rainbow Eyes (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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    Rainbow Eyes (a.k.a. Mask) is one of many mystery thrillers released in 2007 in the wake of the box-office success of such films as Return, Shadows In The Palace, Seven Days, and Our Town. Director Yang Yun Ho (Holiday, Fighter In The Wind) steps behind the camera to tell a disturbing tale surrounding a string of murders and the manhunt for an elusive serial killer. Kim Kang Woo, who won both critic and audience approval with The Railroad and Le Grand Chef, returns to the silver screen to play a harried homicide investigator who struggles to make an arrest as the murderer insidiously masks his own trail. Playing Kim's partner is Kim Min Sun (A.F.R.I.K.A) who portrays a level-headed investigator with a razor sharp intuition. As the plot thickens, the identity of the serial killer is further shrouded in mystery and everyone becomes implicated in the murder case, including the man in charge of the investigation. Using state-of-the-art special effects and stunning camerawork, Rainbow Eyes captures every drop of thrill and suspense in the hair-raising chase which ultimately spirals toward a shocking revelation about the killer's true identity.

    When two cases of murder with identical crime pattern take place at a sports complex, homicide detectives Jo Kyung Yoon (Kim Kang Woo) and Park Eun Joo (Kim Min Sun) are called in to investigate the matter. They soon learn the history behind the two victims - both are believed to be military buddies who were charged for assault a decade ago. Suspecting revenge as a motive, the police zoom in on the victim of the assault, Lieutenant Lee Yun Seo. But the investigation reaches a dead-end, when they learn that their wanted man has been missing in action after suffering from fits of delirium and attempting suicide approximately ten years ago. Even the suspect's mentally stricken sister is clueless of her brother's whereabouts. While the pressure mounts on the police to crack the case, the killer strikes again - this time the victim is the third offender involved in the same assault case. But the more the police target Lieutenant Lee as their prime target, the more disturbed detective Jo becomes of his own past secret. Eventually, he launches his own investigation, catching his partner's suspecting eyes. As he delves deeper and deeper into the case, he uncovers further secrets that lead to an unspeakably shocking conclusion.

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    Panorama Sex And Zen Special Collection (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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    The Sex and Zen Special Collection includes both the original Sex and Zen movie (1991) and the new adaptation Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy (2011) on English-subtitled Blu-ray.

    Sex and Zen

    Sex and Zen is, simply put, one of the most unbelievable movies ever put to film. Lawrence Ng stars as a randy scholar who challenges tradition by attempting enlightenment via the unscrupulous ravishing of as many women as is humanly possible. This desire occurs despite being married to his delectable wife, played by famously top-heavy Hong Kong Cinema starlet Amy Yip. But the quest to become the ultimate player comes with necessary enhancements, namely a horse's member in place of the scholar's, uh, laughably small endowment. Thanks to a quack doctor, the scholar gets the necessary surgical help to experience life as a well-hung guy. But does such carnal pleasure come with a price?

    Based on a seventeenth century novel titled "The Carnal Prayer", this raunchy, raucous romp is the perfect midnight film for consenting adults looking for something very, very off the wall. Sex is played for laughs as much as it is for titillation, resulting in many unbelievably entertaining sex scenes. Sex and Zen has eye candy to spare, thanks to appearances by Isabella Chow, Rena Murakami, and of course fan-favorite Amy Yip. The film also features appearances by Category III staple Elvis Tsui, Shaw brothers veteran Lo Lieh, and Kent Cheng as the doctor skilled in horse-to-human organ transplant. It may not be family-friendly or even a comfortable conversation topic, but Sex and Zen can easily be called a cult classic.

    Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy

    Billed as "the world's first 3D erotic film", Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy is arguably one of, if not the most anticipated Chinese film of the year, generating an unprecedented level of curiosity among adult film aficionados worldwide. The Category-III Hong Kong production is basically a remake of the 1991 big-screen adaptation of the classical Chinese erotica The Carnal Prayer Mat. Filmed with the latest 3D technology, the highly anticipated update from the original's producer Stephen Shiu seeks to deliver a sensual cinematic experience like never before, and its humongous success at the box office is expected to usher in a new wave of softcore entertainment at the multiplexes.

    Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy features a great deal of spicy sex scenes and titillating full-frontal nudity courtesy of Mainland seductress Lan Yan, sexy Hong Kong starlet Vonnie Lui, and Japanese adult video idols Hara Saori and Suo Yukiko. The juicy costume drama's hero and villain are played by Hayama Hiro (Break Up Club) and character actor Tony Ho, respectively, and through their sexual exploits the film serves up a campy, violent, and orgiastic adventure that ultimately affirms the value of true love.

    Set in Ming-dynasty China, the film follows youn

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    Panorama Memories Of Matsuko (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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    A Life Full of Love is a Life Full of Meaning!

    When a young man is told that his aunt's body has been found in a park, he starts to discover the truth about her past, only to stumble upon more than he ever imagined in this fairytale-like tragedy from Nakashima Tetsuya, the man behind the international smash Shimotsuma Monogotari, a.k.a. Kamikaze Girls. Nakashima explodes genre conventions in Memories of Matsuko (Kiraware Matsuko no Issho) an entertaining, wholly unforgettable film that is equal parts drama, comedy, and musical!

    Memories of Matsuko is a heartbreaking tale like no other, centering on the life of Kawajiri Matsuko (Nakatani Miki, from Densha Otoko), a dedicated, entirely hopeless romantic on the lookout for her very own Prince Charming! After Matsuko's death, her nephew Sho (Eita) begins cleaning out her apartment, finding keepsakes that suggest his aunt lived a truly meaningful life. The film then gives us glimpses into her past, as we first see Matsuko back in the 1970s as a popular high school teacher at the local junior high school. Her fortunes change, however, when she nobly takes the blame for a crime by one of her prized students. As a result, Matsuko loses her job, her reputation, the regard of her family, and much, much more.

    In the past, Matsuko always sought the love of her dour father (Emoto Akira), but he always seemed to be more concerned about her chronically ill sibling. Now, with seemingly no one left to turn to, Matsuko looks to find any man who will return her love, even if that man resorts to physical abuse against her. Even worse, Matsuko eventually gets involved in prostitution and even goes to prison. Later, she crosses paths with Ryu (Yusuke Iseya), the young thief who cost Matsuko her teaching job. He reveals his lifelong affection for her, and Matsuko soon believes she has finally found her Knight in Shining Armor. But Ryu is a gangster, and his dangerous ways seem to spell doom for their relationship. Will their love prevail?

    Full of dazzling CG-assisted visuals and amazing musical numbers that articulate the personal feelings of its lead character, Memories of Matsuko boasts a curious narrative approach, as the depressing, often dark subject matter is enlivened by the film's glossy veneer and upbeat point of view. Based on Yamada Muneki's best-selling novel, Memories of Matsuko sidesteps melodramatic cliches in order to get across its message: a life full of love is a life full of meaning indeed!

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    Submarine (2010) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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    "When you gaze into an abyss, the abyss also gazes into you."

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    In 2009, Overheard broke the box office record for a crime film in China and showed Chinese filmmakers that even police-related crime films can be made in the strict Chinese censorship system. Two years later, producer Derek Yee and writer-directors Alan Mak and Felix Chong (Infernal Affairs) reunite with stars Lau Ching Wan, Louis Koo, and Daniel Wu for Overheard 2, a thematic follow-up with different characters and a different story. The directing duo once again explores the nature of greed in the stock market, but they shift their focus to a hot social topic in Hong Kong: The power of the ultra-wealthy over society. In Mak and Chong's world, these villains' weapons of choice are price gouging and collusion, and their power reaches so far that they can control the entire economy with a few phone calls. After standing on the same side of the law in the first film, the three leading men go head-to-head against each other this time as three players in a complex cat-and-mouse game that will reveal a conspiracy involving these 21st century villains. With various twists and turns along the way, the three men can turn from allies to adversaries at any moment.

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    Manson (Lau Ching Wan) is a successful stockbroker with powerful, secretive employers. After an automobile accident, Manson discovers that someone has wiretapped into his entire life. An investigation by righteous police officer Jack (Louis Koo) reveals that the man behind this complex surveillance system is Joe (Daniel Wu), an ex-soldier with a dark past. At the same time, Jack also discovers the existence of the Landlords' Club, a group of experienced stock fixers with enormous power over the stock market. What does Joe want with the Landlords' Club, and how is he connected to it?

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    In 2009, Overheard broke the box office record for a crime film in China and showed Chinese filmmakers that even police-related crime films can be made in the strict Chinese censorship system. Two years later, producer Derek Yee and writer-directors Alan Mak and Felix Chong (Infernal Affairs) reunite with stars Lau Ching Wan, Louis Koo, and Daniel Wu for Overheard 2, a thematic follow-up with different characters and a different story. The directing duo once again explores the nature of greed in the stock market, but they shift their focus to a hot social topic in Hong Kong: The power of the ultra-wealthy over society. In Mak and Chong's world, these villains' weapons of choice are price gouging and collusion, and their power reaches so far that they can control the entire economy with a few phone calls. After standing on the same side of the law in the first film, the three leading men go head-to-head against each other this time as three players in a complex cat-and-mouse game that will reveal a conspiracy involving these 21st century villains. With various twists and turns along the way, the three men can turn from allies to adversaries at any moment.

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    Manson (Lau Ching Wan) is a successful stockbroker with powerful, secretive employers. After an automobile accident, Manson discovers that someone has wiretapped into his entire life. An investigation by righteous police officer Jack (Louis Koo) reveals that the man behind this complex surveillance system is Joe (Daniel Wu), an ex-soldier with a dark past. At the same time, Jack also discovers the existence of the Landlords' Club, a group of experienced stock fixers with enormous power over the stock market. What does Joe want with the Landlords' Club, and how is he connected to it?

    This edition comes with director's commentary and special featurettes on the director and leading characters.

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    On the heels of a successful first season and special one-off episode of Koshonin, TV Asahi commissioned both a second season and a film version of the action drama. Yonekura Ryoko returns as Usagi Reiko, a tough police negotiator fighting both criminals at crime scenes and her critics within the police department. In addition to the series' original cast members, the film also features new additions such as Sorimachi Takashi (GTO) as an airplane hijacker and Yanagiba Toshiro (Bayside Shakedown) as an airplane pilot. Directed by TV series director Matsuda Hidetomo, the latest chapter of the Koshonin saga promises to be the biggest and most action-packed chapter yet.

    After a high-profile armed robbery, the perpetrators take an entire shopping mall hostage. Despite the negotiation efforts by Reiko (Yonekura Ryoko), the gang blows up the mall and escapes. Several weeks after the incident, Reiko goes on a much-needed holiday, but when she sees a suspicious figure at the airport, the negotiator decides to go into action once again.

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    Renowned Hong Kong filmmaker Raymond Wong's 80s classic series The Happy Ghost is reincarnated for today's family and young audiences! With Ip Man's director Wilson Yip and writer Edmond Wong onboard, the fantasy comedy employs flashy visual effects and replaces the original's friendly spirit from the Qing dynasty with feuding wizards who can give Harry Potter's wand-waving friends a run for their money. Magic to Win stars popular actor Louis Koo (Overheard 2), Fahrenheit's Wu Chun (My Kingdom), action star Wu Jing (SPL), Japan-based magician Tonny Jan, Mainland actress Yan Ni (Mural) in addition to Raymond Wong himself. The film also brings back series alumni Loletta Lee and Yip Sai Wing for a cameo, while introducing a new generation of "Happy Girls" led by teen model Karena Ng in her acting debut.

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    The heartwarming true story of the dog that touched the hearts of the Japanese people reaches the big screen with Wasao. See how the adorable Akita - popular for being so ugly that he's cute - became an UNESCO-recognized tourism ambassador. Writer Kobayashi Hirotoshi and director Nishikori Yoshinari (the team behind Railways) traces the life of Wasao from his days as an abandoned puppy to growing up under the loving care of a restaurant owner, played by Yakushimaru Hiroko (Always - Sunset on Third Street).

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    The heartwarming true story of the dog that touched the hearts of the Japanese people reaches the big screen with Wasao. See how the adorable Akita - popular for being so ugly that he's cute - became an UNESCO-recognized tourism ambassador. Writer Kobayashi Hirotoshi and director Nishikori Yoshinari (the team behind Railways) traces the life of Wasao from his days as an abandoned puppy to growing up under the loving care of a restaurant owner, played by Yakushimaru Hiroko (Always - Sunset on Third Street).

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    Screened at the 2009 Pusan Film Festival and the 2010 Sundance Film Festival, Lim Woo Seong's acclaimed feature debut Vegetarian is a dark and evocative exploration of one woman's depression and derailing. Based on a short story by Han Gang, the psychological drama revolves around troubled housewife Yeong Hye (Chae Min Seo, The Loner), who suddenly becomes a vegetarian. Haunted by nightmares, she becomes increasingly fixated with purging meat from the household, alienating herself from her husband and her family. The one person who can reach Yeong Hye is her brother-in-law Min Ho (Kim Hyun Sung, Puzzle), a body painting artist suffering from a creative slump of his own. In Yeong Hye's pain, he finds passion, inspiration, and transformation. Leading lady Chae Min Seo, who drew media attention for appearing nude in the picture, had to go on a strict diet in real life to lose eight kilograms to correspond with her character's physical deterioration.
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    Lai Yee (Leila Tong) returns to her quiet rural village home in Hong Kong after an attempt at a career in Mainland China ends in failure. Having spent many years away, Lai Yee is shocked to discover that her mother (Amy Chum) is showing early symptoms of Alzheimer's, and her siblings have moved away. While she struggles to readjust to the village life, Lai Yee's former classmate Lin Jin (Lawrence Chou) comes back into her life. Together, they explore lost memories, a chance at love, and the mystical Big Blue Lake that will give them courage to start anew.

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    After taking two lovers on a journey through Beijing in Lovers On The Road, independent filmmaker Jessey Tsang brings that journey of discovery home with her sophomore film Big Blue Lake. The story of an actress returning home to redeem her past sins, Tsang shot most of her exquisite drama at her home village of Ho Chung, a small, quiet rural area that is rarely seen in Hong Kong. A director of both narrative and documentary films, Tsang cast professional actors like Leila Tong and Lawrence Chou alongside real Ho Chung residents in the film - including her own father - to enhance the realist nature of the film. One of the most acclaimed Hong Kong independent films of 2011, Big Blue Lake has been screened at film festivals around the world, and Tsang was nominated for the Best New Filmmaker award at the Hong Kong Film Awards for her work.

    Lai Yee (Leila Tong) returns to her quiet rural village home in Hong Kong after an attempt at a career in Mainland China ends in failure. Having spent many years away, Lai Yee is shocked to discover that her mother (Amy Chum) is showing early symptoms of Alzheimer's, and her siblings have moved away. While she struggles to readjust to the village life, Lai Yee's former classmate Lin Jin (Lawrence Chou) comes back into her life. Together, they explore lost memories, a chance at love, and the mystical Big Blue Lake that will give them courage to start anew.

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    Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame proved that Tsui Hark has come back on sparkling form, and now the visionary Hong Kong filmmaker endeavors to create the first Chinese martial arts film in stunning IMAX 3D! He revisits the film Dragon Inn he produced two decades earlier (itself a remake of the 1967 King Hu wuxia classic), and co-writes, directs, and produces the epic follow-up Flying Swords of Dragon Gate with a revamped story and much more sophisticated production values. Supported by a top-caliber crew including acclaimed director Jacob Cheung (A Battle of Wits), action choreographer Yuen Bun (The Blade), and 3D effects guru Chuck Comisky (Avatar), Tsui manages to advance the genre and bring it to a whole new dimension.

    Leading the all-star cast is kung fu icon Jet Li, who joins forces with Tsui for the first time since they collaborated on the legendary Once Upon a Time in China series. His co-stars include Zhou Xun (The Banquet) playing a martial arts heroine, Aloys Chen (Painted Skin) in dual roles, Guey Lun Mei (The Stool Pigeon), Chris Lee (Bodyguards and Assassins), singer Mavis Fan, plus action stars Louis Fan and Gordon Liu. A huge critical and commercial success, Flying Swords of Dragon Gate has swiftly grossed over RMB500 million at the China box office to reach mega-blockbuster status, and garnered heaps of praises at various international film festivals and a whopping 13 nominations at the 31st Hong Kong Film Awards.

    During the Ming Dynasty, China was practically ruled by evil eunuchs. In a mission to rescue persecuted officials, righteous swordsman Zhao Huai'an (Jet Li) assassinates the vicious East Chamber commander Wan Yulou (Gordon Liu), thus making himself the prime target of the West Chamber overlord Yu Huatian (Aloys Chen). Zhao and company flee to the vast, sprawling desert on the frontier, and seek refuge at the infamous Dragon Gate Inn, which was rebuilt after being burned down in a blaze three years ago. There, the fugitives come head-to-head with a variety of mysterious figures - swordswoman Ling Yanqiu (Zhou Xun), hunted palace maid Su Huirong (Mavis Fan), a deadly tribal princess (Guey Lun Mei), a pair of bandits (Chris Lee and Aloys Chen), and secret agents from the West Chamber. When Yu Huatian and his henchmen track them down to the inn, everyone's fate will be decided in an earth-shattering showdown amidst the all-devouring sandstorm...

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