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Panorama Robinson Crusoe (2016) (Blu-ray) (2D + 3D) (Hong Kong Version) at 46.10 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Robinson Crusoe (2016) (Blu-ray) (2D + 3D) (Hong Kong Version)
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Robinson Crusoe (2016) (Blu-ray) (2D + 3D) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama The Young Messiah (2016) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 40.50 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama The Young Messiah (2016) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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The Young Messiah (2016) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama The Beaver (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 13.30 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama The Beaver (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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The Beaver (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Overheard 2 (2011) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 29.30 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Overheard 2 (2011) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 29.30
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. In addition to the three stars, Overheard 2 also co-stars Huang Yi (The Road Less Traveled), Michelle Ye (Hi, Fidelity), Wilfred Lau (Fire of Conscience), Joman Chiang (The Drunkard), as well as veteran actors like Kenneth Tsang and Wu Fung. With an all-star cast, topical themes, and explosive action sequences (designed by Dion Lam), Overheard 2 was a massive box office hit in both Hong Kong and China, more than doubling the box office gross of its predecessor. 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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Panorama Se7en (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 41.90 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Se7en (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Se7en (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama The Conspirator (2010) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama The Conspirator (2010) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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The Conspirator (2010) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Hidden 2 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Hidden 2 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Hidden 2 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama The Yuppie Fantasia (1989) (VCD) (2017 Reprint) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama The Yuppie Fantasia (1989) (VCD) (2017 Reprint) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 9.80
Director Gordon Chan helms The Yuppie Fantasia, a hilarious and well-observed modern comedy starring Lawrence Cheng and Carol "Dodo" Cheng! Leung Foon (Lawrence Cheng) is an ad agency employee whose marriage to Ann (Carol Cheng) is hitting the skids after eight years. He considers making a break from his wife, and his timing couldn't be more fortuitous. His new boss is the gorgeous Mrs. Lam (Cherie Chung), who takes a shine to him. Leung Foon also has ex-girlfriend Jenny (Elizabeth Lee) to contend with, and office politics and intrigue aplenty. Will he discover that the grass truly is greener on the other side, or will he decide that the covenant of marriage is the way to go? An insightful comedy about love and marriage in modern Hong Kong, The Yuppie Fantasia was a popular hit during its 1989 theatrical run, and is one of many collaborations between Lawrence Cheng and top comedienne Carol Cheng. The Yuppie Fantasia is also known by the alternate title Diary of a Small Man, and was followed by a 1990 sequel called Brief Encounter in Shinjuku.
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Panorama The Yuppie Fantasia (1989) (Blu-ray) (2017 Reprint) (Hong Kong Version) at 40.50 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama The Yuppie Fantasia (1989) (Blu-ray) (2017 Reprint) (Hong Kong Version)
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Director Gordon Chan helms The Yuppie Fantasia, a hilarious and well-observed modern comedy starring Lawrence Cheng and Carol "Dodo" Cheng! Leung Foon (Lawrence Cheng) is an ad agency employee whose marriage to Ann (Carol Cheng) is hitting the skids after eight years. He considers making a break from his wife, and his timing couldn't be more fortuitous. His new boss is the gorgeous Mrs. Lam (Cherie Chung), who takes a shine to him. Leung Foon also has ex-girlfriend Jenny (Elizabeth Lee) to contend with, and office politics and intrigue aplenty. Will he discover that the grass truly is greener on the other side, or will he decide that the covenant of marriage is the way to go? An insightful comedy about love and marriage in modern Hong Kong, The Yuppie Fantasia was a popular hit during its 1989 theatrical run, and is one of many collaborations between Lawrence Cheng and top comedienne Carol Cheng. The Yuppie Fantasia is also known by the alternate title Diary of a Small Man, and was followed by a 1990 sequel called Brief Encounter in Shinjuku.
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Panorama Night's Tightrope (2016) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 40.50 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Night's Tightrope (2016) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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Two schoolgirls yearn to see death in the dark and unsettling teenage drama Night's Tightrope, directed by Mishima Yukiko (A Stitch of Life). Starring young rising actresses Honda Tsubasa (Blue Spring Ride) and Yamamoto Mizuki (Sadako vs Kayako), the film is based on the novel Shojo by Minato Kanae, whose works have inspired the films Confessions, A Chorus of Angels and The Snow White Murder Case. High school student Yuki (Honda Tsubasa) is volunteering at a hospital pediatrics ward for the summer. A transfer student had bragged about seeing the dead body of her friend, and since then, the envious Yuki has dreamed of witnessing the moment of death for herself. She gets close with the critically ill children in her ward, and plots to make her dream come true. Meanwhile, her friend Atsuko (Yamamoto Mizuki) volunteers at a nursing home. Tortured by bullying, Atsuko has been contemplating death. In order to find the will to live, she wants to see someone else die.
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Panorama The Kodai Family (2016) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 40.50 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama The Kodai Family (2016) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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Ayase Haruka and Saitoh Takumi pair up for a modern-day Cinderella tale with a telepathic twist in the romantic comedy The Kodai Family, based on the manga by Morimoto Kozueko. Helmed by TV director Hijikata Masato (The After-Dinner Mysteries), the film relays the sweet, funny and unexpected happenings when a daydreaming office girl and a mind-reading corporate prince fall in love! Hirano Kie (Ayase Haruka) is just your everyday office worker with a normal life and a runaway imagination. The rampant daydreamer meets her dream prince in real life in Kodai Mitsumasa (Saitoh Takumi), the tall and dashing heir of the company she works at. Out of the blue, Mitsumasa begins to pursue the shy Kie because it turns out he can read her thoughts and her fantastic daydreams. Romance blooms and soon wedding bells are on the horizon, but Mitsumasa's snotty mother disapproves of Kie. As Kie tries her hardest to meet the Kodai clan's elite standards, she also begins to shut down her imagination and fantasies.
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Panorama Weeds on Fire (2016) (Blu-ray) (Special Edition) (Hong Kong Version) at 43.30 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Weeds on Fire (2016) (Blu-ray) (Special Edition) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 43.30
Shortlisted as a Recommended Film of 2016 by the Hong Kong Film Critics Society, the indie youth baseball drama Weeds on Fire is inspired by the little known real-life story of Hong Kong's first youth baseball team, the Shatin Martins. Set in 1984, writer-director Steve Chan's remarkable debut feature stars award-winning veteran Liu Kai Chi as Lo, an impassioned school principal who wants to reform wayward students through sports. Despite baseball being a relatively unknown sport not played by locals, he manages to secure funding for a youth team and fills it with kids from low-income families, including childhood friends Ah Lung (Sing Lam, High Noon) and Sai Wai (Hong Kong National Baseball Team member Tony Wu). Used to being the center of attention, the tough and brash Sai Wai naturally takes up the position of pitcher, but Lo recognizes that the quiet and team-oriented Lung is a better fit for the role. Baseball, girls and growing up change the dynamics of their friendship, creating an increasing rift as they train for competition and take different paths. This edition comes with deleted scenes, music videos, making-of and trailer.
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Panorama April Story (Hong Kong Version) at 11.20 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama April Story (Hong Kong Version)
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Acclaimed director Iwai Shunji first rose to fame with the hauntingly beautiful Love Letter in 1995. Known as a visual artist, Iwai infuses his films with stunning imagery and a keen sensibility that captures the sentiments of contemporary youth and modern life. Reminiscent of Love Letter, his 1998 film April Story is a visually enrapturing and emotionally rewarding experience, unfolding like a beautiful still life painting that is short in length but rich in colors. Small screen star Matsu Takako (Love Generation) brings alive the quiet, moving tale of a young woman's journey into life. With the coming of spring, Hokkaido native Nireno Uzuki (Matsu Takako) leaves home for Tokyo to begin a new life as a university student. Shy, awkward, and lonely, she slowly adjusts to her new home, finding solace in the local bookstore and joy in the sight of cherry blossoms, fluttering in the wind. During orientation, Uzuki is thrown off by a seemingly simple question - why did she choose this university? She is unable to answer, for her reason is as at once simple and complex, encompassing a world of memories and emotions.
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Panorama Jane Got a Gun (2015) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 13.30 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Jane Got a Gun (2015) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 13.30
Jane Got a Gun (2015) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Brief Encounter In Shinjuku (1990) (Blu-ray) (2017 Reprint) (Hong Kong Version) at 40.50 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Brief Encounter In Shinjuku (1990) (Blu-ray) (2017 Reprint) (Hong Kong Version)
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The hilarious sequel to the 1989 hit The Yuppie Fantasia, Brief Encounter in Shinjuku brings back Lawrence Cheng as a thirty-something Hong Kong yuppie finding misadventures in love and marriage. Leung Foon (Lawrence Cheng) and Ann (Carol "Dodo" Cheng) reunite after the events of The Yuppie Fantasia, but issues still exist. Ann works overtime to be a better wife, and Leung Foon attempts mightily to be a model, upright husband. But being perfect spouses can take its toll, and soon the possibility of infidelity arises for both of them. For Leung Foon, the temptation comes in the form of new office colleague Dream Kwan (Rosamund Kwan), who's got the entire office abuzz with her stunning beauty. Will Ann and Leung Foon decide once and for all that marriage is not for them? Director Gordon Chan brings wry observations and light-hearted comedy to Brief Encounter in Shinjuku, a modern comedy that easily matches, and possibly even surpasses its predecessor!
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Panorama The Yuppie Fantasia 1-3 Boxset (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 92.20 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama The Yuppie Fantasia 1-3 Boxset (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 92.20
The Yuppie Fantasia (1989) Director Gordon Chan helms The Yuppie Fantasia, a hilarious and well-observed modern comedy starring Lawrence Cheng and Carol "Dodo" Cheng! Leung Foon (Lawrence Cheng) is an ad agency employee whose marriage to Ann (Carol Cheng) is hitting the skids after eight years. He considers making a break from his wife, and his timing couldn't be more fortuitous. His new boss is the gorgeous Mrs. Lam (Cherie Chung), who takes a shine to him. Leung Foon also has ex-girlfriend Jenny (Elizabeth Lee) to contend with, and office politics and intrigue aplenty. Will he discover that the grass truly is greener on the other side, or will he decide that the covenant of marriage is the way to go? An insightful comedy about love and marriage in modern Hong Kong, The Yuppie Fantasia was a popular hit during its 1989 theatrical run, and is one of many collaborations between Lawrence Cheng and top comedienne Carol Cheng. Brief Encounter In Shinjuku (1990) The hilarious sequel to the 1989 hit The Yuppie Fantasia, Brief Encounter in Shinjuku brings back Lawrence Cheng as a thirty-something Hong Kong yuppie finding misadventures in love and marriage. Leung Foon (Lawrence Cheng) and Ann (Carol "Dodo" Cheng) reunite after the events of The Yuppie Fantasia, but issues still exist. Ann works overtime to be a better wife, and Leung Foon attempts mightily to be a model, upright husband. But being perfect spouses can take its toll, and soon the possibility of infidelity arises for both of them. For Leung Foon, the temptation comes in the form of new office colleague Dream Kwan (Rosamund Kwan), who's got the entire office abuzz with her stunning beauty. Will Ann and Leung Foon decide once and for all that marriage is not for them? Director Gordon Chan brings wry observations and light-hearted comedy to Brief Encounter in Shinjuku, a modern comedy that easily matches, and possibly even surpasses its predecessor! The Yuppie Fantasia 3 (2017) Three decades after the original The Yuppie Fantasia sung the everyday man's woes of love, marriage and temptation in modern Hong Kong, Lawrence Cheng returns to write, direct and star in the hit relationship comedy series' third installment. The Yuppie Fantasia 3 reacquaints audiences with Cheng's 52-year-old Leung Foon, the "small man" of yesteryear who has since become a rich, demanding and successful businessman. Foon's only regret is that his wife Ann (Carol Cheng), who left him years ago, can't see how much he has grown. However, Foon hasn't changed much when it comes to romantic misadventures, as he carries on a fling with his much younger secretary (Chrissie Chau). When his 21-year-old daughter (Laurine Tang), whom he hasn't seen since she was eight, suddenly shows up one day with news of her mother's death, Foon is forced to finally reassess himself and his follies.
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Panorama The Yuppie Fantasia 3 (2017) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 40.50 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama The Yuppie Fantasia 3 (2017) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Three decades after the original The Yuppie Fantasia sung the everyday man's woes of love, marriage and temptation in modern Hong Kong, Lawrence Cheng returns to write, direct and star in the hit relationship comedy series' third installment. The Yuppie Fantasia 3 reacquaints audiences with Cheng's 52-year-old Leung Foon, the "small man" of yesteryear who has since become a rich, demanding and successful businessman. Foon's only regret is that his wife Ann (Carol Cheng), who left him years ago, can't see how much he has grown. However, Foon hasn't changed much when it comes to romantic misadventures, as he carries on a fling with his much younger secretary (Chrissie Chau). When his 21-year-old daughter (Laurine Tang), whom he hasn't seen since she was eight, suddenly shows up one day with news of her mother's death, Foon is forced to finally reassess himself and his follies.
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Panorama The Corruptor (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama The Corruptor (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama R.E.D. (2010) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama R.E.D. (2010) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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R.E.D. (2010) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Lost In Translation (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 34.20 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Lost In Translation (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 34.20
Lost In Translation (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Bright Star (2009) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 13.30 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Bright Star (2009) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Bright Star (2009) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama My Wife Is A Gangster 3 (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 34.90 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama My Wife Is A Gangster 3 (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Taiwanese actress Shu Qi leads the cast of the highly anticipated action comedy My Wife is a Gangster 3. Released in 2001, the first My Wife is a Gangster, starring Shin Eun Kyung as a tough female gang leader, was a big hit in Korea, selling over five million tickets. Shin reprised her role for the sequel, My Wife is a Gangster 2, but the film failed to take off at the box office despite a high-profile cameo appearance by Zhang Ziyi. The series was originally meant to continue with Shin and Zhang facing off in a third film, but both actresses eventually opted out, paving the way for a franchise facelift and a much needed narrative kick. My Wife is a Gangster 3 now features a completely new story with a completely new cast. Shu Qi steps into the lead role opposite the always interesting Lee Bum Soo (The City of Violence) and a solid supporting cast, including Oh Ji Ho (Super Rookie), Shaw Brothers actor Ti Lung, Hong Kong action film regular Ken Lo, and actress Hyun Young (The Legend of Seven Cutter) who provides much of the film's laughs. Director Cho Jin Kyo, who also helmed the first installment of the series, approaches the story and his international cast with a refreshing new formula this time around, modeling My Wife is a Gangster 3 into a Roman Holiday action comedy. Chinese-Korean Lim Aryong (Shu Qi) gets sent to South Korea to lay low by her triad leader father (Ti Lung) who is engaged in a bloody power struggle in Hong Kong. In Korea, Aryong meets kindhearted gangster Ki Chul (Lee Bum Soo) who, unaware of her identity, tries to protect her from the legions of thugs hunting her down. Little does he realize, Aryong is more than capable of defending herself.
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Panorama The Twilight Samurai (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.00 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama The Twilight Samurai (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 30.00
The first film in Yamada Yoji's acclaimed samurai trilogy, The Twilight Samurai presents a touching cinematic masterpiece about love and agony starring Sanada Hiroyuki (The Last Samurai) and Miyazawa Rie. Yamada Yoji has made every effort to display the complexities of the ancient Japanese culture and the art of sword fighting, which becomes obvious in this monumental movie whose plot is based on three short stories from popular novelist Fujisawa Shuhei. Sanada Hiroyuki plays a swordsman who has to take care of his two daughters after his wife has passed away from lung disease. As he does not engage in drinking and other merry activities, he is sneeringly nicknamed "Twilight Samurai" by his peers. Miyazawa Rie portrays his love interest, a beautiful woman with a strong will from the family of his best friend. The two protagonists become mutually attracted, but fate does not seem to be on their sides.
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Panorama Achilles and the Tortoise (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 13.30 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Achilles and the Tortoise (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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After Takeshis' and Glory to the Filmmaker, acclaimed filmmaker Kitano Takeshi completes his idiosyncratic trilogy on artistic rumination and creative crisis with Achilles and Tortoise. More accessible and audience-friendly than his previous two essays, Achilles and the Tortoise is told in three acts, following the art and adventures of an ardent, but middling artist at different stages in his navel-gazing life. Mocking art while making it, Kitano himself painted the film's colorful artwork which delightfully parody the protagonist and modern art. Taking the film's title from Zeno's Achilles and Tortoise paradox positing that the fastest runner can never overtake the slowest, Kitano creates a fascinating character study full of offbeat humor, wry commentary, and self-absorbent reflection. The son of a wealthy businessman, Machisu (Yoshioka Reo) discovers his passion, or perhaps obsession, for art at a young age. After his father's bankruptcy and suicide, Machisu has to move in with his unwelcoming rural relatives, but that doesn't deter him from painting. In his teenage years, Machisu (Yanagi Yurei) engages in various off-the-wall artistic pursuits at art school, and meets his soulmate Sachiko (Aso Kumiko, Suite Dreams). In middle age, Machisu (Kitano Takeshi) and wife Sachiko (Higuchi Kanako, Memories of Tomorrow) stalwartly continue to chase after their lifelong passion and dreams. But at this point, one thing has become painfully clear: Machisu has no talent.
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Panorama Mr 3 Minutes (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 29.30 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Mr 3 Minutes (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Mr. 3 Minutes reunites director Gordon Chan (A1 Headline) and singer-turned-actor Ronald Cheng (Fatal Contact, Dragon Loaded) after Undercover Hidden Dragon. Co-starring veteran actress Teresa Mo (Man Suddenly in Black series) and Cherrie Ying who has worked with Ronald in various comedies, Mr. 3 Minutes promises to bring about laughter as well as reflections on father-son relationships. Apart from hilarious scenarios in which Ronald Cheng really excels with his comedic talent, the film also features some touching yet not overly melodramatic moments. Ronald Cheng is the 30-year-old Scott Chung, son of a wealthy businessman who runs a bridal salon. Bearing in mind his motto, "work hard, play hard", Scott swears that he will never get married, not to mention having children. To his surprise, 6-year-old Wing Yin suddenly calls him "Daddy" in public! While Scott cannot prove him to be his son, he cannot prove otherwise either. So he decides to apply his efficiency at work - getting each task done in 3 minutes - to taking care of Wing Ying by spending only 3 minutes with him everyday. But he soon feels upset when Wing Ying can communicate with every one except him...
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Panorama Liar Game: The Final Stage (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 13.30 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Liar Game: The Final Stage (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Based on the comic series by Kaitani Shinobu, the 2007 television drama adaptation of Liar Game was such a surprise hit in its late-night slot that it earned Fuji TV's commitment for both a second series and a theatrical film. Stars Toda Erika (Death Note) and Matsuda Shota (Hana Yori Dango) return as the master players of a never-ending game that pits players in battles of deception with intricate rules and simple consequences: money for the winner, and a mountain of debt for the loser. Along with the stars, series one writer Furuya Osho also returns to join forces with series two writer Kuroiwa Tsutomu and pen the final chapter of the saga. With the mind-twisting game reaching its finale, it's no surprise that The Final Stage is also the game's biggest stage yet. The Final Stage continues the story from the end of the series two, as college student Nao (Toda Erika) and her brilliant swindler partner Akiyama (Matsuda Shota) enter the final round of mysterious corporation LGT's Liar Game. Dubbed "The Garden of Eden Game", the stakes are higher than ever in the final round, as the prize money has been increased from 100 million yen to 5 billion yen. Like the previous games, the winner takes the money home, and the loser is sent into debt for the same amount. With the mysterious and powerful Player X entering as one of the 11 players in the game, even Akiyama may not be able to help Nao win this time around.
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Panorama What Women Want (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama What Women Want (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 9.80
Andy Lau finds a way into the female heart in the Chinese remake of What Women Want co-starring Gong Li! In his adaptation of the 2000 American film starring Mel Gibson and Helen Hunt, Chinese American writer-director Chen Daming has moved the story background from Chicago to Beijing. The changed setting actually benefits this high-concept romantic comedy, as women in the East are perceived to be more reserved, thus allowing more comedy opportunities to be derived from the contradiction between what they say and what they really want. Besides the superstar pairing, the charming movie also co-stars former idol Benny Chen (Just Call Me Nobody), TV actress Yuan Li (The Bronze Teeth), Hu Jing (Drink Drank Drunk), Anya (Naked Weapon), and American actor Russell Wong. Andy Lau plays Sun Zigang, a creative executive in an advertising agency who happens to be a typical male chauvinist. Thinking that he is going to be promoted to creative director, he is angered to see the coveted position "stolen" by a new recruit named Li Yilong (Gong Li). After an accident, Sun acquires the uncanny ability to listen to the thoughts of women! This special power is both a curse and a blessing, but he soon learns to take advantage of it to enjoy an easy ride in his romantic and professional life. He uses the power against Li to steal her ideas, but in the process finds himself falling for the inner beauty of this archenemy...
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Panorama End Of Love (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 41.20 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama End Of Love (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 41.20
Screened at the Berlin International Film Festival and the Hong Kong International Film Festival, End of Love is the latest film from independent filmmaker Simon Chung (Innocent). Using a cast of mostly new faces including Lee Chi Kin, Guthrie Yip, and Ben Yeung, the film tells a poignant story of deception and betrayal in love while painting a realistic picture of life in the homosexual circle in Hong Kong. The story of End of Love revolves around Ming (Lee Chi Kin), a rebellious young man whose life hit rock bottom when his mother committed suicide after finding out that he is gay. He desperately tries to bury the guilt in a life of drug and sex, much to the chagrin of his boyfriend, who calls the authorities in an attempt to pull him out of his nightmare. Ming is sent to a Christian rehab center where he meets an ex-inmate, and the two engage in an ambiguous relationship... The Hong Kong Version Blu-ray comes with a short film from the director plus cast and crew interviews.
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Panorama Bright Star (2009) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 41.90 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Bright Star (2009) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 41.90
Bright Star (2009) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Sex & Zen: Extreme Ecstasy (VCD) (Theatrical Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 14.00 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Sex & Zen: Extreme Ecstasy (VCD) (Theatrical Version) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 14.00
The movie everyone's talking about finally comes to home video! 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 young scholar Wei Yangsheng (Hayama Hiro) as he falls for beautiful maiden Tie Yuxiang (Lan Yan) at first sight. Much in love as they are, their married life isn't all that, and soon the sexually frustrated Wei is invited as a guest to Prince Ning's (Tony Ho) "Pavilion of Extreme Ecstasy", where a whole harem of naked nymphs are kept to satisfy men's wildest fantasies. Wei begins to lose himself in lustful pursuits, and at the referral of the "Elder of Bliss" (Vonnie Lui), he even goes to the extreme of getting a donkey organ transplant to enhance his tiny manhood. There is an inconvenient side effect: the lecherous scholar becomes so indulged in carnal pleasure that he fails to see the deadly trap set up for him...
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Panorama The Poseidon Adventure (2005) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 33.50 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama The Poseidon Adventure (2005) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 33.50
The Poseidon Adventure (2005) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Final Days Of Planet Earth (2006) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 33.50 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Final Days Of Planet Earth (2006) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 33.50
Final Days Of Planet Earth (2006) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Le Refuge (2009) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 41.90 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Le Refuge (2009) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Beautiful Lies (2010) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 41.90 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Beautiful Lies (2010) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Take Off (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 13.30 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Take Off (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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One of the top ten grossing Korean films of all time, the 2009 blockbuster Take Off pulled in over eight million admissions at the box office with the inspiring story of Korea's first Olympic ski jump team. Helmed by Kim Yong Hwa (200 Pounds Beauty) who won Best Director at the 46th Daejong Film Awards and the 30th Blue Dragon Awards, the underdog sports drama revolves around the ragtag formation of Korea's first ski jump team. Acclaimed actor Ha Jung Woo (Chaser) plus Kim Ji Suk (I Hate You But It's Fine), Kim Dong Wook (The 1st Shop of Coffee Prince), Choi Jae Hwan (Truck), and Lee Jae Eung (Bravo, My Life!) form the dream team that won over Korean audiences. Take Off, which integrated extensive CGI to create the film's exciting snowscape and competition scenes, was also recognized for Best Visual Effects at the Daejong Awards. The year is 1996 and the town of Muju is going through massive construction in preparation for a bid to host the 2002 Winter Olympics. The town committee receives notice that there aren't enough athletes representing Korea so they decide to form a ski jump team. Korean-American adoptee and former juniors alpine athlete Bob (Ha Jung Woo), who came to Korea to find his birth mother, gets recruited into Korea's first national ski jump team along with four other amateur athletes. Can this fledgling inexperienced team really make it to the Olympics?
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Panorama Angelique el te Roy (1965) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Angelique el te Roy (1965) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama JCVD (2008) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
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Panorama You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger (2010) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger (2010) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger (2010) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Just Call Me Nobody (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 37.70 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Just Call Me Nobody (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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"I want Nobody, Nobody but you!"...Everybody sings in chorus to Just Call Me Nobody, whose stars are actually anything but! Arguably the most popular comedy duo in China, Zhao Benshan and his disciple Xiaoshenyang headline the costume comedy megahit that grossed around RMB160 million at the Mainland box office. Zhao also takes on producing duties for the laughfest helmed by Taiwan movie hitmaker Chu Yen Ping (Kung Fu Dunk), which is Xiaoshenyang's second starring vehicle after Zhang Yimou's A Simple Noodle Story. The China-Taiwan co-production boasts a host of other big names in its stellar cast, including Kelly Lin, Benny Chen, comedy veterans Jacky Wu, Eric Tsang, Wong Yat Fei, and Leung Ka Yan, plus TV child actor Xiao Xiao Bin in his movie debut. Audiences should also delight in the fact that the film's hilarious martial arts mayhem is the work of renowned action director Ching Siu Tung. Xiaoshenyang plays young shoemaker Wu Di, who grows up a martial arts comic book geek but totally uninitiated in real martial arts. Dreaming of watching a spectacular duel between the best kung fu fighters in the world, he sets off on an adventure in the treacherous martial world, unaware that he would one day become the master of all kung fu masters! On his eventful journey, Wu Di encounters a variety of peculiar characters, including a Jedi pirate (Zhao Benshan), a blind swordsman (Eric Tsang), a kung fu hermit (Jacky Wu), the emperor (Benny Chen), and the princess (Kelly Lin) who becomes our hero's love interest.
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Panorama Temptation Of Geisha (VCD) (Part 2) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Blue Valentine (2010) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 41.90 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Blue Valentine (2010) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama The Kids Are All Right (2010) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama The Kids Are All Right (2010) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Confessions - The Secrets Of Machiko (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 16.80 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Confessions - The Secrets Of Machiko (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Sex And Zen Special Collection (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 75.50 SGD from YesAsia
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) at 15.40 SGD from YesAsia
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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Panorama Submarine (2010) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 41.90 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Submarine (2010) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Submarine (2010) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Submarine (2010) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Stormbreaker (2006) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 34.20 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Stormbreaker (2006) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Stormbreaker (2006) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama I Saw the Devil (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.20 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama I Saw the Devil (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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"When you gaze into an abyss, the abyss also gazes into you." Director Kim Jee Woon follows The Good, The Bad, The Weird with the highly anticipated, ultra-violent revenge thriller I Saw the Devil starring two of Korea's top actors. Lee Byung Hun, who has headlined Kim's last three films, faces off against award-winning actor Choi Min Sik, who starred in Kim's first film The Quiet Family back in 1998. Relentlessly treading on the thin line between man and monster, I Saw the Devil takes the audience to dark and disturbing places in its graphic depiction of the intense, gory battle that unfolds between an unhinged murderer and the man who becomes his match in his raging quest for revenge. The police have been hunting psychopathic serial killer Kyung Chul (Choi Min Sik) for a long time, but he slips away each time, leaving behind him a gruesome trail of blood. He has taken the lives of many in the cruelest possible ways, and his latest victim is the fiancee of government agent Soo Hyun (Lee Byung Hun). Soo Hyun vows to avenge her death at all costs, but to catch the devil, he too must become a devil. Note: This edition contains the 144-minute Korean theatrical version.
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Panorama TO - Elliptical Orbit & Symbiotic Planet (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 41.90 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama TO - Elliptical Orbit & Symbiotic Planet (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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TO - Elliptical Orbit & Symbiotic Planet (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Robinson Crusoe (2016) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 13.30 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Robinson Crusoe (2016) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Robinson Crusoe (2016) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Go Grandriders (2013) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Go Grandriders (2013) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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The distributor of documentaries like KJ and 1428, CNEX is becoming one of the most important driving forces behind documentary filmmaking in the Greater China Region. Their latest success story is Hua Tien Hau's Go Grandriders, a heartwarming documentary about a very special road trip. Initially a 15-minute short film that progressively expanded into a feature-length film over the course of five years, the film follows a group of senior citizens (average age: 81 years old) who embark on an amazing 13-day motorcycle journey around Taiwan. Hua's camera captures the joys, the thrills and the tears in an adventure that shows we're never too old as long as we're young at heart. Moving audiences around the world, Go Grandriders broke the box office record for documentaries in Taiwan and also received an extended theatrical run in Hong Kong.
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Panorama Wolf Warriors (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 29.30 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Wolf Warriors (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Almost six years after Legendary Assassin, martial arts champion Wu Jing makes a return to the director's chair in the high-octane actioner Wolf Warriors. The thrilling film has made a massive impression on Chinese audiences, and is currently the seventh highest grossing film of 2015 in China. In addition to directing, Wu Jing also stars in the movie as Leng Feng, an expert sniper in the Chinese Special Forces who's all too willing to bend the rules. After he defies orders and shoots drug kingpin Wu Ji, he's sent packing by his superior. Thankfully, highly skilled men with a penchant for stepping outside the box are exactly what the elite Wolf Warrior unit looks for in a recruit, and it quickly snaps Leng Feng up. Working under the unit's commander Long Xiao Yun (Yu Nan, No Man's Land), Leng Feng is soon deployed to join his fellow Wolf Warriors in a war simulation exercise against his old platoon. However, the soldiers find themselves under attack from a band of mercenaries led by ex-Navy Seal Tomcat (Scott Adkins, The Legend of Hercules), who has been hired by the brother of the slain Wu Ji. This is the 2D version of the film.
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Panorama Rust and Bone (2012) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Rust and Bone (2012) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Rust and Bone (2012) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Painted Skin (2008) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 12.60 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Painted Skin (2008) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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The classic Chinese story collection Strange Tales of Liaozhai receives its most opulent adaptation yet with Painted Skin. A remake of King Hu's 1993 film of the same title, this Gordon Chan-directed release mixes old-style Hong Kong Cinema panache with new generation stars and visual effects, resulting in an unexpected and wildly entertaining mixture of action, drama and tragic romance. Top Chinese actresses Zhou Xun and Vicki Zhao face off as two women who love the same man, a soldier played by the handsome Aloys Chen. Donnie Yen lends the film a solid martial arts presence, while Betty Sun (Fearless) and Singapore actor Qi Yu Wu (881) fill out the supporting roles. A box office hit in both China and Hong Kong, Painted Skin is Hong Kong's official entry into the Best Foreign Language Film category at the 2009 Academy Awards. Zhou Xun stars as Xiaowei, a beautiful maiden rescued from the clutches of bandits by honorable soldier Wang Sheng (Aloys Chen). Alone and without family, Xiaowei is taken into Wang Sheng's home, where she becomes popular with Wang Sheng's fellow soldiers, and friends with his lovely wife Peirong (Vicki Zhao). However, a romantic tension exists between the three, and though Wang Sheng is faithful to Peirong, he can't help but be attracted to the alluring Xiaowei. The situation is further complicated when Peirong's old flame, martial arts expert Yong (Donnie Yen) appears, along with a demonic serial killer (Qi Yu Wu) who steals human hearts. While Wang Sheng and his men hunt down the killer, Peirong tells Yong that she believes that the killer is not working alone. She suspects that the killer is delivering the hearts to a demon who consumes them to stay immortal, and that the demon is hiding within their midst in the skin of the beautiful Xiaowei...
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Panorama The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Lock Up (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Lock Up (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Sweet Rain (AKA: Accuracy of Death) (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.20 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Sweet Rain (AKA: Accuracy of Death) (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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When he appears on earth, it always rains. Acclaimed actor Takeshi Kaneshiro returns to Japanese Cinema for his first Japanese film in six years. The pan-Asian heartthrob stars as a grim reaper with the power to determine life and death in Sweet Rain (a.k.a. Accuracy of Death) directed by Kekehi Masaya (Bijocan). Perhaps the most photogenic death god to ever grace the mortal realm, Takeshi Kaneshiro walks between the worlds of the bustling living and the ethereal nether which are beautifully realized on screen with handsome photography and CG effects. Based on Isaka Kotaro's best-selling novel, Sweet Rain may be the latest death god feature to roll into town, but strike away thoughts of Bleach and Death Note. Co-starring Konishi Manami (Angel's Egg), Mitsuishi Ken (Megane), and Fuji Sumiko (Hula Girls), this sensitive and affecting drama explores the value of life and inevitability of death through three seemingly separate lives, and the lonely death god who connects them together. When a person's time has come, a death god is sent to earth to observe for seven days and assess the person's life. After a week has passed, he determines whether the person lives or dies. Music-loving death god Chiba's (Takeshi Kaneshiro) latest assignment in the mortal world is a meek 27-year-old office lady (Konishi Manami) who lives a life so quiet and uneventful that even she doesn't see the value of her existence. The judgment seems clear but over the course of the week, Chiba is slowly swayed by his observations and interactions. At the end of the week, he makes a decision, a different decision that causes lives to change and fates to link together in unexpected ways.
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Panorama Ransom (1974) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 12.60 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Ransom (1974) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Ransom (1974) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Blink (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama One Night Stand (1997) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 12.60 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama One Night Stand (1997) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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One Night Stand (1997) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Chaser (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 12.60 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Chaser (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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One of the biggest box-office hits of 2008, The Chaser won the prestigious Grand Prize award at the 44th Baeksang Art Awards and brought down the house during its screening at the 61st Cannes Film Festival. Moreover, the film took home five top prizes at the 45th Daejong Awards including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Actor. In his brilliant directorial and screenwriting debut, helmer Na Hong Jin presents a crime thriller loosely based on a real-life infamous serial killer who murdered more than twenty victims - mostly prostitutes. The Chaser centers on one man's harrowing and inexorable pursuit of an insidious serial killer and the bitter reality of our society. Attracting one million theatergoers in its opening week mainly through word of mouth, The Chaser surpassed the 2003 record achieved by its genre's benchmark Memories of Murder. Award-winning veteran Kim Yoon Seok, best known for his villainous role as "A-gui" in Tazza: The High Rollers, and Ha Jung Woo, who previously starred in Kim Ki Duk's arthouse films Breath and Time, make brilliant turns playing the chaser and the chased, respectively. Breaking from the pattern of its predecessors, The Chaser sets new standard for Korean thrillers by taking a no-nonsense approach teeming with intense realism and maximum suspense. Stripped of his badge because of corruption charges, ex-cop Joong Ho (Kim Yoon Seok) now runs an escort service. Though an angel fallen from the grace, Joong Ho stills hangs on to a speck of conscience. The recent surge of mysterious disappearances involving his girls have kept him on his toes. It is not until Mi Jin (Seo Young Hee, Shadows In The Palace) is sent out in response to a patron's call that Joong Ho realizes the phone number of Mi Jin's client matches that of the last call received by all of his missing girls. While frantically searching for Mi Jin, Joong Ho spots Young Min (Ha Jung Woo) whose bloodstains instinctually convince him that he's got the suspect in hand. Nabbing him, Joong Ho brings Young Min to the police, and astoundingly, the suspect confesses to the killings of all the missing prostitutes. Donning a conniving smirk, Young Min hints that Mi Jin could still be alive. Young Min is released due to lack of evidence, but rather than dispatching a search team for the missing captive, the police shift their focus on other issues. Taking the matters to his own hands, Joong Ho begins his relentless chase for the killer.
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Panorama Even Cowgirls Get The Blues (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 12.60 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Even Cowgirls Get The Blues (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Even Cowgirls Get The Blues (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Thunderbirds (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama A Christmas Carol : The Musical (2004) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama A Christmas Carol : The Musical (2004) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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A Christmas Carol : The Musical (2004) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Happy-Go-Lucky (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 12.60 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Happy-Go-Lucky (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Happy-Go-Lucky (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Some Like It Hot (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 12.60 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Some Like It Hot (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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One person's love is another's loneliness. Hong Kong indie filmmaker Pierre Lam spins a yarn about young love in this feverish metropolitan romance starring newcomers Wylie Chiu and Brian Li and James Ho (See You in You Tube) of pop group Square. Is love a sudden phone call, a chance ping pong match, an antique armchair that holds a new story? Through three episodes of unrequited yearning, weeping heartbreak, and hopeful beginning, the film whimsically traverses the laughter and tears of modern relationships with youthful abandon and moody musing. Brian (Brian Li) is in love with his cute friend Wylie (Wylie Chiu), but she's utterly oblivious to his admiration. When her pseudo-relationship with a stylist turns to heartbreak, Brian offers her a shoulder to cry on, and wonders if his chance has come. In that same night, however, Wylie has already met someone new.
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Panorama Danny The Dog (AKA: Unleashed) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 53.10 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Danny The Dog (AKA: Unleashed) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Directed by Louis Leterrier, Danny the Dog (a.k.a. Unleashed) is international action star Jet Li's fifth Hollywood film. Instead of the heroic roles he has played in his previous works, Jet Li portrays a man who has been trained as a fierce dog and later wants to escape from his captor. Joined by Bob Hoskins and Academy Awards Best Supporting Actor Morgan Freeman, Jet Li exhibits his spectacular martial arts skills in many thrilling fight scenes choreographed by Yuen Woo Ping (Matrix). Danny (Jet Li) has been living with Bart (Bob Hoskins) ever since he was a kid. Deprived of contact with the outside world, he has learned only one thing from Bart: how to fight. Raised as a dog, complete with collar, Danny has become Bart's most powerful and lethal fighting machine. One day he meets Sam (Morgan Freeman), a blind piano tuner, and his step-daughter Victoria (Kerry Condon), and learns for the first times what kindness and affection mean. Danny wants to start a new life as a human being, but Bart isn't about to just let him go free. Left with no choice, Danny must fight again, but this time it's for his own future!
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Panorama Diva (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 12.60 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Diva (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Diva (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama First Blood (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 34.20 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama First Blood (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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First Blood (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama The Producers (1968) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 12.60 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama The Producers (1968) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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The Producers (1968) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Tokyo Noir - Night Lover (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 12.60 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Tokyo Noir - Night Lover (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Tokyo Noir - Night Lover (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama The Hidden (VCD) (Hong Kogn Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama The Hidden (VCD) (Hong Kogn Version)
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The Hidden (VCD) (Hong Kogn Version)
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Panorama Pay Off 2 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 12.60 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Pay Off 2 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Pay Off 2 (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Murder On The Orient Express (1974) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Murder On The Orient Express (1974) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Murder On The Orient Express (1974) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Bella (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Bella (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Bella (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Death Wish (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 12.60 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Death Wish (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Death Wish (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Milk (2008) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Milk (2008) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Milk (2008) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Don't Look Now (1973) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Don't Look Now (1973) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Crimes Of The Heart (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Crimes Of The Heart (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Black Book (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 41.90 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Black Book (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Suspiria (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Suspiria (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Rogue Assassin (AKA: War) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 41.90 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Rogue Assassin (AKA: War) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama The Human Centipede (2009) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama The Human Centipede (2009) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Passengers (2008) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Passengers (2008) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Overheard 2 (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 13.30 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Overheard 2 (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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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. In addition to the three stars, Overheard 2 also co-stars Huang Yi (The Road Less Traveled), Michelle Ye (Hi, Fidelity), Wilfred Lau (Fire of Conscience), Joman Chiang (The Drunkard), as well as veteran actors like Kenneth Tsang and Wu Fung. With an all-star cast, topical themes, and explosive action sequences (designed by Dion Lam), Overheard 2 was a massive box office hit in both Hong Kong and China, more than doubling the box office gross of its predecessor. 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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Panorama Defiance (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 51.70 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Defiance (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Insidious (2010) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Insidious (2010) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Paradise In Service (2014) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 15.40 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Paradise In Service (2014) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 15.40
Director Doze Niu reunites with his Monga and Love star Ethan Ruan in Paradise In Service, a coming-of-age tale set in a Taiwan military-sanctioned brothel that's mere kilometers away from Mainland China. After a successful jaunt on the festival circuit, which included stops at the Busan and Berlin International Film Festivals, Paradise In Service shone at the 51st Golden Horse Awards, with Chen Jianbin (Three Kingdoms) and Wan Qian (The Children Came Home) respectively claiming the Best Supporting Actor and Best Supporting Actress Awards. The year is 1969, and innocent 20-year-old Pao (Ethan Ruan) has just been selected to join the notoriously tough Sea Dragons unit on Kinmen Island as part of his mandatory military service. Pao's less-than-impressive physical skills find him lagging behind in training, and his tough commander Chang (Chen Jianbin) soon decides to assign the fledgling recruit elsewhere. Pao ends up at Unit 831, euphemistically dubbed "the teahouse" and "military paradise," a military-sanctioned brothel he is to manage. There, he meets the materialistic Jiao (Ivy Chen, Girls) and the mysterious Ni Ni (Wan Qian), and discovers that Unit 831 is a place where desires for warmth, lust and home collide.
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Panorama Wolf Warriors (2015) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.80 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Wolf Warriors (2015) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 9.80
Almost six years after Legendary Assassin, martial arts champion Wu Jing makes a return to the director's chair in the high-octane actioner Wolf Warriors. The thrilling film has made a massive impression on Chinese audiences, and is currently the seventh highest grossing film of 2015 in China. In addition to directing, Wu Jing also stars in the movie as Leng Feng, an expert sniper in the Chinese Special Forces who's all too willing to bend the rules. After he defies orders and shoots drug kingpin Wu Ji, he's sent packing by his superior. Thankfully, highly skilled men with a penchant for stepping outside the box are exactly what the elite Wolf Warrior unit looks for in a recruit, and it quickly snaps Leng Feng up. Working under the unit's commander Long Xiao Yun (Yu Nan, No Man's Land), Leng Feng is soon deployed to join his fellow Wolf Warriors in a war simulation exercise against his old platoon. However, the soldiers find themselves under attack from a band of mercenaries led by ex-Navy Seal Tomcat (Scott Adkins, The Legend of Hercules), who has been hired by the brother of the slain Wu Ji. This is the 2D version of the film.
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Panorama Outrage Beyond (2012) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.20 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Outrage Beyond (2012) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Rust and Bone (2012) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 29.30 SGD from YesAsia
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Panorama The Machine (2013) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 13.30 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama The Machine (2013) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama The Machine (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 36.30 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama The Machine (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Redemption (2013) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 14.00 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Redemption (2013) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Redemption (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 29.30 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Redemption (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Probation Order (2014) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.90 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Probation Order (2014) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 11.90
Directed by Hong Kong entertainment industry journeyman Tony Leung Hung Wah and starring a group of fresh-faced young actors, Probation Order is a drama that revolves around a few individuals who frequent or work at apm caf . Run by former social worker Lap (Liu Kai Chi, As the Light Goes Out), apm caf is frequented by a group of troubled youth, each struggling with problems such as drug addiction and prostitution. One day, thanks to a chance that arises from coincidence, Tinky, one of the more troubled caf -goers, decides to steal the diamond ring Triad boss Lung intended to give his wife for their third anniversary. When he discovers the ring is missing, Lung descends into rage. The only person Tinky and her friends can turn to for help is Lap...
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Panorama Probation Order (2014) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 15.40 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Probation Order (2014) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 15.40
Directed by Hong Kong entertainment industry journeyman Tony Leung Hung Wah and starring a group of fresh-faced young actors, Probation Order is a drama that revolves around a few individuals who frequent or work at apm caf . Run by former social worker Lap (Liu Kai Chi, As the Light Goes Out), apm caf is frequented by a group of troubled youth, each struggling with problems such as drug addiction and prostitution. One day, thanks to a chance that arises from coincidence, Tinky, one of the more troubled caf -goers, decides to steal the diamond ring Triad boss Lung intended to give his wife for their third anniversary. When he discovers the ring is missing, Lung descends into rage. The only person Tinky and her friends can turn to for help is Lap...
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Panorama Step Up All In (2014) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 29.30 SGD from YesAsia
Panorama Step Up All In (2014) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Step Up All In (2014) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)

Panorama Movies Singapore

Panorama Movies are usually sold for S$ 7.00 - S$ 246.00 on iprice. You can either choose between a Action, Animation Movies and Crime Movies. Panorama Movies today are mostly sold in Yellow, White and Red depending on your preference. Many people prefer Robinson Crusoe (2016) (Blu-ray) (2D + 3D) (Hong Kong Version), The Young Messiah (2016) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) and The Beaver (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) models from Panorama Movies. Look out for other reputable brands like Deltamac, Geneon Universal Entertainment and Intercontinental Video if you think Panorama Movies is not your cup of tea.

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