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Universe Laser Out Of Inferno (2013) (Blu-ray) (2D) (Hong Kong Version) at 39.00 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Out Of Inferno (2013) (Blu-ray) (2D) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 39.00
Directed by the Pang Brothers, Hong Kong's first 3D disaster film Out of Inferno delivers visually striking, meticulously planned fire scenes and unnerving stunts vividly acted out by award-winning actors Lau Ching Wan, Louis Koo and Angelica Lee. Joined by other cast members from Hong Kong, China, Malaysia, Thailand and the US, the team braved real fires at dangerous temperatures on the set as demanded by the directors. Playing brothers for the first time in their 12th collaboration, Lau Ching Wan and Louis Koo star as two estranged firefighters whose paths converge again in a time of disaster. Catastrophe strikes at Keung's (Louis Koo) company party and sends everyone running for their lives in a frantic panic. Trapped in a flaming office building, former firefighter Keung leads the crowd including his sister-in-law See Lok (Angelica Lee) upstairs to wait for rescue. He reluctantly dials the number of his firefighter brother Dai Kwan (Lau Ching Wan) to call for help. The brothers come together in the fight for survival, but the ground begins to sink as they try in a final attempt to break open the only door to escape.
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Universe Laser The Best Plan Is No Plan (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser The Best Plan Is No Plan (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 30.60
Patrick Kong's (Natural Born Lovers, Marriage With A Liar) latest comedy The Best Plan Is No Plan is high on Hong Kong-style humor and hijinks. Starring Hanjin Tan (I Love Hong Kong 2012), Justin Cheung (Due West: Our Sex Journey) and Sammy Shum (Lan Kwai Fong 2), the romantic comedy details three different men's approach to love one can't get past a casual affair, one is unable to recover from his last breakup and one is his girlfriend's yes-man. Filled with laugh-out-loud moments and nonsensical jokes, the film is Kong's second outing in less than two months following the romantic melodrama A Secret Between Us. Chan Wing Sing (Justin Cheung), Yip Lai Shin (Hanjin Chan) and Ma Wei Hung (Sammy Shum) are three friends who find out at their ex-girlfriend's funeral that they were all involved with the same woman at some point in their lives. Feeling at a loss in love, the three of them bond overnight to overcome their future obstacles with women.
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Universe Laser Say Hello For Me (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.10 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Say Hello For Me (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 11.10
The latest entry into the pure love genre, Say Hello For Me (a.k.a. Sono Toki wa Kare ni Yoroshiku) easily wins over audiences with the photogenic casting of popular stars Nagasawa Masami, Yamada Takayuki, and Tsukamoto Takashi. All three actors have earned their badges when it comes to romantic tearjerkers, with Nagasawa Masami previously starring in Nada Sou Sou, Tsukamoto Takashi in Song to the Sun, and Yamada Takayuki in Train Man. Also plenty experienced is first-time film director Hirakawa Yuichiro, whose television resume includes Sailor Suit and Machine Gun and Crying out Love, in the Center of the World, which starred Nagasawa and Yamada, respectively. Based on a novel by Ichikawa Takuji, Say Hello For Me is a quintessential pure love film, with a moving storyline and subtle performances from the leads and supporting cast. Director Hirakawa wisely builds the film around its greatest assets - Nagasawa's natural acting and beautiful smile and Yamada's awkward, yet endearing film personae - creating a touching romance that should please fans of the genre. Quiet, earnest, and a bit nerdy, Toyama Satoshi (Yamada Takayuki) runs a marine plants store where he can indulge in his love for aquatic vegetation. Though he barely makes enough money, Satoshi is determined to hold on to the store as it fulfills a promise he made to his two best friends years ago. One day, a beautiful young model (Nagasawa Masami) shows up at his steps asking for a job. As clueless as ever, it takes some time before Satoshi realizes that she is actually his childhood friend and first crush Karin. Though he doesn't understand what has brought Karin to him so suddenly after thirteen years, Satoshi is glad to have her back in his life. Their happiness is short-lived though as they soon receive sobering news about their friend Yuji (Tsukamoto Takashi).
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Universe Laser If I Were A Rich Man at 15.30 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser If I Were A Rich Man
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If I Were A Rich Man
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Universe Laser Police Story 2013 (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 33.40 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Police Story 2013 (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 33.40
Jackie Chan can never go wrong as a cop in an action blockbuster and he's doing it again with Police Story 2013, the sixth film in his iconic series which arrives a good decade after New Police Story. Moving the story northward, Jackie plays a Beijing cop who goes against a mysterious villain in the action thriller directed by Ding Sheng (The Underdog Knight). Apart from Jackie's world famous stunts, the Hong Kong-China production co-starring Liu Ye (The Last Supper) and Jing Tian (Special ID) also has a strong emotional and suspense storyline that defies viewers' expectation of a Jackie Chan film. Police officer Zhong Wen (Jackie Chan) meets his estranged daughter Miaomiao (Jing Tian) in her boyfriend Wu Jiang's (Liu Ye) bar, but a strange dispute suddenly breaks out. While trying to break up the fray, Zhong Wen gets knocked out. He wakes up to find that all the customers in the bar are being held hostage by Wu, who demands a certain prisoner be brought to him. Zhong gradually realizes that everything is connected to a deadly incident that happened years ago.
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Universe Laser Dot The I at 15.30 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Dot The I
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Dot The I
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Universe Laser Perfect Education 6 Red Murder at 20.90 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Perfect Education 6 Red Murder
S$ 20.90
Perfect Education 6 Red Murder
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Universe Laser Dark Tales Of Japan (Hong Kong Version) at 15.30 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Dark Tales Of Japan (Hong Kong Version)
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Dark Tales Of Japan (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser Mpd - Psycho (Story 4) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.10 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Mpd - Psycho (Story 4) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 11.10
Mpd - Psycho (Story 4) (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser Mpd - Psycho (Story 4) (Hong Kong Version) at 15.30 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Mpd - Psycho (Story 4) (Hong Kong Version)
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Mpd - Psycho (Story 4) (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser Mpd - Psycho (Story 2) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.10 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Mpd - Psycho (Story 2) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 11.10
Mpd - Psycho (Story 2) (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser Mpd - Psycho (Story 6) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.10 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Mpd - Psycho (Story 6) (Hong Kong Version)
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Mpd - Psycho (Story 6) (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser The Great Yokai War (DTS Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 20.90 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser The Great Yokai War (DTS Version) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 20.90
Takashi Miike, director of Ichi the Killer and One Missed Call, tries his hand at family friendly entertainment with Yokai Daisenso, a contemporary remake of the 1968 classic. Full of wild energy and a delightful sense of humor, this live action supernatural fantasy movie stars child actor Kamiki Ryunosuke as Takashi, a timid city kid from Tokyo who leaves his father (Tsuda Kanji) and his older sister Tataru (Narumi Akiko) behind to live in the country with his mother (Minami Kaho) and his crusty old grandpa (Sugawara Bunta). Teased by his classmates, Takashi feels miserable and alone, that is, until one fateful evening when his life is changed forever. While attending a local festival, he is chosen to be a Kirin Rider, a champion of justice and peace. But little does Takashi know that this isn't all just make believe; it's actually real! Before he knows it, Takashi has embarked on a mission to scale a mountain in the hopes of reclaiming a magical sword from a creature known only as the Great Goblin! And if that epic quest weren't enough, the wizard Kato (Toyokawa Etsushi) is transforming nice little yokai (goblin-type creatures) into unrelenting killing machines, looking to take over the world! Even scarier, the insidious Kato is joined in his nefarious plan by the golden-haired, whip-wielding villainess Aki (Chiaki Kuriyama, from Kill Bill and Last Quarter)! But Takashi won't have to face these monsters alone; he gets some help from a plethora of yokai pals, including the cunning Shojo (Kondo Masaomi), a kappa named Kawataro (Abe Sadao) and the water princess, Kawahime (Takahashi Mai) just to name a few. Will the evil Kato be successful in his villainous plan or will Takashi and his goblin friends win the day? Valuable lessons about bravery and friendship await in Yokai Daishensho, a winning fantasy spectacle that fans of The Lord of the Rings and the Harry Potter series won't want to miss!
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Universe Laser Bet to Basic (Hong Kong Version) at 18.10 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Bet to Basic (Hong Kong Version)
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In the recent years, Yuen Wah pairs up with Yuen Qiu to create a number of successful comedies. Previously their Kung Fu Mahjong series has offered movie fans much fun with Chinese people's favorite pastime - mahjong. In Bet to Basic, another hilarious title on Mahjong, Yuen Wah proves himself to be just as capable in entertaining the audience even without Yuen Qiu. With Jordon Chan and Rain Lee leading the cast, Bet to Basic will offer some amusing scenes in which mahjong masters will show off their stunning skills in shuffling mahjong tiles. Gambling is an established topic in Hong Kong cinema, but the first-time director Paul Chung, also an experienced scriptwriter, has incorporated some innovations into Bet to Basic to make it more enjoyable than the audience would have expected. Good-for-nothing gangster Dragon (Chin Kar Lok) discovers that his newly arrived cousin Roy (Jordon) is a super lucky guy. Roy can win huge money from playing mahjong even if he knows nothing about the game. Mahjong master Wah (Yuen Wah) sees Roy's potential and takes Roy to be his apprentice. Roy has a crush on Wah's another apprentice Pui (Rain Lee), without recognizing Pui as the undercover sent by the wicked and aggressive Mie Luo (Samuel Pang), who wants to make himself "The King of Mahjong" at all cost...
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Universe Laser Tomie Beginning (Hong Kong Version) at 16.00 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Tomie Beginning (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 16.00
Tomie Beginning (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser Tomie Beginning (Hong Kong Version) at 11.10 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Tomie Beginning (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 11.10
Tomie Beginning (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser Keeping Mum (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Keeping Mum (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 9.70
Keeping Mum (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser Feel It Say It.... (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Feel It Say It.... (Hong Kong Version)
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Feel It Say It.... (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser Feel It Say It.... (Hong Kong Version) at 15.30 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Feel It Say It.... (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 15.30
A romance comedy starring Eric Kot from Softhard Kids and singer Candy Lo, Feel It... Say It tells a story in which love is only felt but not said. Eric Kot plays a medical doctor specialized in curing sexually transmitted diseases, and Candy Lo is a nurse in his small clinic in the suburb. As doctor and nurse the two professionals can openly discuss even topics that normal people find embarrassed to talk about, but after work they are just as bad as any others in communicating their true feelings to each other. Feel It... Say It wittily articulates the characters' hesitation in confessing their love, or the loss of it, to each other and explores contemporary romantic relationships in the most humorous way. Dr. Heung (Eric Kot) runs a very successful clinic in Hong Kong's suburb. His girlfriend, a new actress Fifi (Tiffany Lee, from Kungfu Mahjong 2), meets a handsome masseur named Bing (Anson Leung, from One Nite in Mongkok) when having foot massage with her colleagues. Fifi falls in love with Bing at first sight, but Bing's girlfriend is actually Dr. Heung's nurse! While Fifi and Bing find it difficult to tell their respective lovers the truth, Dr. Heung and his nurse are attracted to each other but do not know how to handle this complicated relationship...
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Universe Laser Nobita and the Tin Labyrinth (Hong Kong Version) at 15.30 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Nobita and the Tin Labyrinth (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 15.30
Doraemon and Nobita's latest adventure brings them to a Robot Kingdom! Doraemon and Nobita may be on vacation, but there are no fun and games in store for this bumbling duo. They are staying at a mysterious hotel where toys and dolls can walk and talk. What's more, under the hotel there is an ominous labyrinth where those who enter, never come out. At this strange place Nobita meets a boy named Burikin, who tells him that the kingdom is now under the iron rule of a robot. To help free the planet from the robots, Doraemon and Nobita bravely venture into the labyrinth...
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Universe Laser Nobita and the Tin Labyrinth (Part 1) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.10 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Nobita and the Tin Labyrinth (Part 1) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 11.10
Doraemon and Nobita's latest adventure brings them to a Robot Kingdom! Doraemon and Nobita may be on vacation, but there are no fun and games in store for this bumbling duo. They are staying at a mysterious hotel where toys and dolls can walk and talk. What's more, under the hotel there is an ominous labyrinth where those who enter, never come out. At this strange place Nobita meets a boy named Burikin, who tells him that the kingdom is now under the iron rule of a robot. To help free the planet from the robots, Doraemon and Nobita bravely venture into the labyrinth...
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Universe Laser I Accuse (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.80 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser I Accuse (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 11.80
I Accuse (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser Sleepwalker (2011) (VCD) (2D) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Sleepwalker (2011) (VCD) (2D) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 9.70
After The Eye and Re-Cycle, Hong Kong horror-meister Oxide Pang and his favorite actress Angelica Lee team up once more for Sleepwalker, a gripping journey into the subconscious mind exploring the origin of nightmares. Co-starring Charlie Young (Bangkok Dangerous), Huo Siyan (My Name is Fame), Li Zonghan (Reign of Assassins), and Kent Cheng (The Log), the stunning mystery thriller was well-received as a film in competition at the 24th Tokyo International Film Festival. Ziyi (Angelica Lee) has been haunted by the same dream for years: In the dream, she would stand alone on a wasteland, knowing that something is buried underneath. The only one who could give her comfort is her designer friend Eric (Li Zonghan), to whom she would reveal her weird dreams. She is approached by police sergeant Madam Ou (Huo Siyan) to assist in the investigation of her missing ex-husband. Meanwhile, the cop is also tracking down her kidnapped nephew, whose whereabouts remain unknown even though his mother Becky (Charlie Young) has paid the ransom. One day, Ziyi wakes up to find a trail of mud at her bedside, raising suspicion that she may have killed her ex-husband in her sleep! Ziyi leads Madam Ou to the scene in her dreams, where the horrifying truth awaits them...
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Universe Laser Jungle Emperor Leo - The Brave Changes The Future (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.80 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Jungle Emperor Leo - The Brave Changes The Future (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 11.80
Jungle Emperor Leo - The Brave Changes The Future (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser Mameshiba: Cubbish Puppy (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.10 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Mameshiba: Cubbish Puppy (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 11.10
Mameshiba: Cubbish Puppy (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser SP: The Motion Picture II (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled)(Hong Kong Version) at 16.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser SP: The Motion Picture II (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled)(Hong Kong Version)
S$ 16.70
The SP saga reaches its epic final chapter with SP Kakumei Hen, the second half of the two-part SP film. Writer Kaneshiro Kazuki (who also wrote the series), producer Kameyama Chihiro, director Hatano Takafumi, as well as stars Okada Junichi and Tsutsumi Shinichi all return to give the action-packed series the slam-bang finale the series deserves. In the final installment (dubbed Episode VI), the tension between superhuman SP agent Inoue (Okada Junichi) and his superior Ogata (Tsutsumi Shinichi) finally comes to a head as the conspiracy that was hinted at in the first film is revealed. Secrets from decades past will be exposed as the two SP agents finally reach their inevitable face-off. Kakumei Hen begins two months after the events of the first film, with Section Four slowly returning to normal. Inoue now harbors a serious distrust of his commander Ogata, who may have ties to chief cabinet secretary Kunio Date (Kagawa Terayuki). On the day the national assembly is due to pass a vote of no confidence for the cabinet, a group of terrorists invades the building and takes the assembly hostage. Assigned to security in the assembly that day, Inoue uses his extraordinary powers to fight the terrorists and discovers a shocking truth about who's behind the conspiracy.
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Universe Laser SP: The Motion Picture I (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 12.50 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser SP: The Motion Picture I (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 12.50
In 2007, Bayside Shakedown director Motohiro Katsuyuki brought Hollywood-style contemporary action to Japanese television screens with the late-night drama SP (Security Police). After the series broke rating records in its time-slot and spawned an even more successful drama special, a film version was underway. Two years later, SP arrives in Japanese cinemas with a spectacular two-part film that reportedly took eight long months to film. Written by novelist Kaneshiro Kazuki (who also wrote the series) and produced by Kameyama Chihiro, SP: The Motion Picture brings back V6's Okada Junichi as the Security Police agent with superhuman senses and Tsutsumi Shinichi as his stern boss. With a bigger budget, SP: The Motion Picture - Yabo Hen immediately ups the ante on the action by opening with an exciting 10-minute chase on the streets of Tokyo, leaving Japanese audiences breathless. Part one of the film - titled Yabo Hen - opens with Inoue Kaoru (Okada Junichi) using his extraordinary powers to thwart another deadly terrorist attack on a charity event. However, Kaoru's rule-breaking ways also earn him stern warnings from his superiors, including his boss Ogata (Tsutsumi Shunichi). At the same time, an ambitious terrorist plot is being hatched deep within the government by government official Kunio (Kagawa Terayuki), putting Kaoru's team in the line of fire.
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Universe Laser Get Outta Here (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 32.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Get Outta Here (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 32.70
The Hong Kong vampire genre receives a fun twist in director Nick Leung's action-comedy Get Outta Here, which features Alex Lam (Lan Kwai Fong 3) following in the footsteps of his father, Hong Kong superstar George Lam. The elder Lam played a western vampire in the classic 1990 comedy A Bite of Love, and Alex Lam does the same here as Joe, a dapper western vampire who awakens after a century-long slumber in Kowloon. Joe initially has nowhere to go, but he ends up taking a shine to overly-emotional Hong Kong girl Apple (singer J. Arie), and moves into her flat along with her grandmother (Anna Ng) and their British boarder (Gregory Charles Rivers). Lucky for everyone involved, Joe doesn't like to drink human blood, and he forms a bond with his new flatmates. However, other vampires do lurk in Hong Kong, and they soon side with the greedy land developers angling for Apple's flat. Can Joe protect his new friends from these threats? Get Outta Here offers plenty of topical Hong Kong commentary to go along with its stylish direction and offbeat sense of humor, which involves gags riffing on Hong Kong-style vampires (the slow, hopping types) and a vampire chicken played by "Puppy the Hen". With style, wit and a dash of smarts, Get Outta Here qualifies as one of 2015's more surprising Hong Kong films.
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Universe Laser Doraemon The Movie: Nobita And The Steel Troops: The New Age (VCD) (Vol.2 Of 2) (End) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.10 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Doraemon The Movie: Nobita And The Steel Troops: The New Age (VCD) (Vol.2 Of 2) (End) (Hong Kong Version)
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Doraemon The Movie: Nobita And The Steel Troops: The New Age (VCD) (Vol.2 Of 2) (End) (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser Mammoth (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.80 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Mammoth (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 11.80
Mammoth (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser The Librarian: Return To King Solomon's Mines (2006) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.80 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser The Librarian: Return To King Solomon's Mines (2006) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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The Librarian: Return To King Solomon's Mines (2006) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser The Poet (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser The Poet (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 9.70
The Poet (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser May 12th: Wenchuan Does Not Believe in Tears (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser May 12th: Wenchuan Does Not Believe in Tears (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 9.70
Six months after the catastrophic earthquake that shook Wenchuan in China's Sichuan Province on May 12, 2008, the first film about the disaster premiered in cinemas all over the country. Directed by famous filmmaker Yang Fengliang (Zhang Yimou's assistant director on Red Sorghum and Ju Dou), May 12th: Wenchuan Does Not Believe In Tears remembers the victims and pays tribute to the heroes who risked and sacrificed themselves in the rescue efforts. With stunning on-location footage capturing the real situation of Wenchuan post-quake, the docudrama film tells the touching stories of a team of policemen who voluntarily entered the ruins of a collapsed elementary school to rescue the hundreds of teachers and students trapped there in the earthquake.
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Universe Laser Subzero (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.80 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Subzero (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 11.80
Subzero (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser Ip Man Trilogy (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 68.20 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Ip Man Trilogy (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 68.20
Donnie Yen, director Wilson Yip, and producer Raymond Wong teamed up in 2008 for an action-packed biopic on Wing Chun grandmaster Ip Man, who is best known as Bruce Lee's teacher. The first Ip Man film follows the life of the titular character (played by Donnie Yen) in his hometown of Foshan, where he's challenged for martial arts supremacy by Jin (Fan Siu Wong), a martial arts master from out of town, and a Japanese general (Ikeuchi Hiroyuki) during wartime. Featuring action choreography by Sammo Hung, the first Ip Man took the Chinese film industry by storm, becoming a surprise box office hit and creating a new Chinese action hero. Ip Man 2 arrived in Chinese cinemas 17 months after the success of the first film. Featuring the same creative team, Ip Man 2 transports the franchise from Foshan to colonial era Hong Kong, as the grandmaster attempts for a new start there with his family. Sammo Hung also joins the cast this time as a martial arts grandmaster that Ip Man fights to gain acceptance amongst the Hong Kong martial art masters. With a stirring story and impressive fight scenes that even surpass the first film, Ip Man 2 packed theaters throughout Asia, quickly becoming one of the highest-grossing Asian films of 2010. Ip Man returned in 2015 with a third installment set in 1959 Hong Kong. Featuring action direction by Yuen Woo Ping, Ip Man 3 brings in a new set of pressing conflicts and sparring opponents for the Wing Chun grandmaster to take on, including a mob boss played by Mike Tyson and another martial arts master, played by The Grandmaster's Max Zhang, who is looking to transplant him as the true practitioner of Wing Chun.
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Universe Laser Company K (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Company K (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 9.70
Company K (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser Warbirds (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.80 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Warbirds (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Warbirds (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser Deadly Delicious (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.80 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Deadly Delicious (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 11.80
The best way to a man's heart is through his stomach. Acclaimed Hong Kong actor Francis Ng stars in the Mainland hit Deadly Delicious. Produced by Zhang Yibai (Curiosity Kills the Cat), Deadly Delicious is the first feature-length film from experienced screenwriter and commercial director Zhao Tianyu. Attracting respectable box office against epic contenders like An Empress and the Warriors, Deadly Delicious sees Francis Ng portraying a man unwittingly caught between the wiles of award-winning actress Yu Nan (Tuya's Marriage) and up-and-coming starlet Jiang Yiyan. Described in promotion taglines as a film that women will love and men fear, Deadly Delicious slowly and surely creeps up on viewers with its unpredictable story, mouthwatering meals, and strong performances. Young and beautiful Coco (Jiang Yiyan) is desperate to keep the attentions of her successful but moody boyfriend Jiaqiao (Francis Ng). He's a gourmet, but her cooking is limited to instant noodles served in plastic containers. However, help arrives from chef Gu Xiaofan (Yu Nan), who offers to teach Coco the secrets of gourmet Chinese cooking in order to satisfy Jiaqiao's palate and stimulate his sex drive. With Xiaofan's help, Coco suddenly finds Jiaqiao eating out of the palm of her hand. But Jiaqiao is rudely awakened one day by the realization that his hair and eyebrows are thinning, and his potency is on the decline. Doctors tell Jiaqiao that he's been poisoned by foods that are harmless when eaten separately. However, when combined, they become lethal. Coco is at a loss to understand what happened, until one day she discovers that the woman she knows as Gu Xiaofan may in fact be someone else...
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Universe Laser Gei Shang Di De Xin (VCD) ( Xiang Gang Ban) ~ (VCD) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Gei Shang Di De Xin (VCD) ( Xiang Gang Ban) ~ (VCD)
S$ 9.70
Gei Shang Di De Xin (VCD) ( Xiang Gang Ban) ~ (VCD)
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Universe Laser Fire Serpent (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.80 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Fire Serpent (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 11.80
Fire Serpent (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser See You In You Tube (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser See You In You Tube (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 9.70
Produced by Oxide Pang, Hong Kong youth film See You in You Tube serves up healthy portions of young energy and hilarious tomfoolery to match its amusing title. The film is billed under Seven's, a moniker for the directing team of film students and rookie filmmakers that pooled their raw talents for this lively, well-meaning production. Handheld-cam, fast-paced storytelling, unexpected turns, and a buzzing anything-goes mood keeps the film rolling on its feet as it whizzes through risky juvenile dares and youthful musings about life. Rising starlet Elanne Kwong (Invisible Target), model Janice Man, and Him Law from Ah Sou lead the fresh, young cast that also includes Gold Label singer Siufay, James Ho of Square, Tommy Yuen of E-kids, singer and TV host Zoie Tam, Maggie Lee (Naraka 19), and Race Wong in a cameo appearance. Given the youth of both the actors and the directors, See You in You Tube effectively tunes into the experiences and mindset of today's younger generation, creating characters that are foolish and stubborn, yet fearless and self-aware. College students Ling (Elanne Kwong) and Janice (Janice Man) are the best of friends, but also the greatest of rivals. Since they were young, they've competed against each other in just about everything, be it grades or boys. This time they both have their eyes on handsome film student Him (Him Law), who just opened a dubious amateur filmmaking class to earn some extra bucks. Him selects Ling and Janice as the leads for his new film project, having them each lead a team of willing to compete against each other in extreme challenges. With the camera rolling, Ling, Janice, and company face off in crazy dares like kung-fu showdowns and rooftop tug-of-war, but as the game escalates, the team members are forced to make some decisions about friendship and romance.
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Universe Laser Nobita And The Kingdom Of Clouds (Part 1) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.10 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Nobita And The Kingdom Of Clouds (Part 1) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 11.10
Nobita And The Kingdom Of Clouds (Part 1) (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser Nobita And The Kingdom Of Clouds (Part 2) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.10 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Nobita And The Kingdom Of Clouds (Part 2) (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser Nobita and the Kingdom of Clouds (Hong Kong Version) at 15.30 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Nobita and the Kingdom of Clouds (Hong Kong Version)
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Since its creation in 1970 Doraemon has gone on to become one of Japanese pop culture's most enduring and popular franchises, comprising multiple comics, TV series (over 2000 episodes and running!), many theatrical films, and an impressive amount of merchandising. Doraemon is a blue-and-white mechanical cat sent back in time by the future descendants of Nobita Nobi, a hapless kid whose laziness and ineptitude have led to suffering for future generations. Doraemon tries to set Nobita on the right path, but he's not entirely capable himself, leading to many unexpected and frequently hilarious misadventures. In the 1992 feature Nobita and the Kingdom of Clouds, Nobita and Doraemon encounter a group of humans who live in the clouds. Separated from humanity below, the group has become angry at man's decimation of Earth's environment. Judgement day is upon humanity. Can Doraemon and Nobita save the world?
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Universe Laser Polar Storm (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Polar Storm (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Polar Storm (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser Godzilla VS Megaguirus (Hong Kong Version) at 15.30 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Godzilla VS Megaguirus (Hong Kong Version)
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Godzilla VS Megaguirus (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser Re-Cycle (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.80 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Re-Cycle (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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The Pang brothers return with another horror movie Re-Cycle which closed Cannes Film Festival's "Un Certain Regard" section. This visually impressive piece stars Angelica Lee who first worked with the Pang brothers in The Eye. She plays a popular author who falls into a eerily beautiful world when writing a supernatural thriller. The Pang brothers employ new CG technologies to create abandoned slums which resemble Hong Kong's long-forgotten demolished walled city, imagined color-drained hills and forests, and a suffocating tunnel with embryos hanging from above. The first half of the film delivers plenty of suspense in the same style as other Pang brothers' film. However, the second half of Re-Cycle, mostly an RPG-like adventure, innovatively weaves into the exquisite setting a sense of spookiness. Angelica Lee is Ting-yin, a popular author who is stuck with her writing and keeps discarding her ideas. She starts to sense her apartment being haunted. When she steps out of her building, she arrives in a mysterious world where she comes across characters she has created and abandoned. An old man (Lau Siu Ming) tells her that she must go to "The Transit" to leave this place, and a little girl (Tsang Nga Kei) accompanies her to go through one desolate world to another in this inexplicable space... The film concludes with a surprising twist which one will appreciate if he or she follows the clever plot closely. The sophisticated narrative structure, which at times mixes fiction and reality, makes the film more interesting than what is expected from a normal horror film. Thematically speaking, the attraction of Re-Cycle lies in the notion of abandonment. Ideas discarded and memories forgotten, no matter by an individual or a community, will return to haunt you.
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Universe Laser Godzilla VS Biollante (Hong Kong Version) at 15.30 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Godzilla VS Biollante (Hong Kong Version)
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Godzilla VS Biollante (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser Paris Holiday (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 32.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Paris Holiday (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Led by director James Yuen, the team behind My Wife Is 18 and My Sassy Hubby return to sweep audiences back into a world of romance and comedy in Paris Holiday! Artist Ding Xiao Min (Amber Kuo, Tiny Times series) has been living in Paris with her boyfriend Xu Hui for some time, putting her education on hold to help him achieve his dreams. Unfortunately, Xu Hui repays Xiao Min's devotion by leaving her. At the same time, Lin Jun Jie (Louis Koo, Triumph In The Skies) arrives in Paris, having been invited to manage a winery. A series of misunderstandings and coincidences land Jun Jie in Xiao Min's apartment, where she's spiraled into deep despair. Being a generous homebody, Jun Jie starts taking care of his inadvertent roommate, and thanks to his thoughtful care, Xiao Min begins to heal.
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Universe Laser Divergence (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.60 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Divergence (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Three men are going beyond what their jobs require them to do... Aaron Kwok is an ill-fated CID who runs into a woman looking extremely alike her long lost girlfriend during his investigation on a money laundry case. Ekin Cheng plays a lawyer who protects a corrupt businessman from law, and Daniel Wu becomes a killer in the film who violates his code to get involved in the ill-fated CID's investigation. Adding to the all-star cast are TV idol Gallen Lo and charismatic lady Angelica Lee (The Eye, 20 30 40). Directed by Benny Chan whose actions Heroic Duo and New Police Story has stunned so many, Divergence is loaded with copious details to portray intriguing characters that makes the movie an engrossing thriller. Ivy Ho, scriptwriter for romantic dramas July Rhapsody and Comrades, Almost a Love Story, really knows the art of narration, and she successfully intertwine the stories of our three men into an plot that is powerful enough to engage the audience. Mysterious affairs and people just come up one after another in Divergence!
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Universe Laser I Know What I Saw (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.80 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser I Know What I Saw (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser Happy Funeral (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Happy Funeral (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Back in 2003, filmmaker Barbara Wong (Wonder Women) directed the sleeper hit Truth or Dare - 6th Floor Rear Flat, about six Hong Kong roommates who begin the painful - and often painfully funny - process of growing up while living in the same small flat. Not one to leave success alone, Wong returns with Happy Funeral, a sequel to her hit film featuring an all-new cast of youngsters occupying the same "6th Floor Rear Flat" as in the original. Instead of Karena Lam, Lawrence Chou, Candy Lo, and Sammy (all of whom appear here in a cameo), the film headlines rising star Elanne Kwong and promising actress Tian Yuan (Best New Artist award-winner for Butterfly). Comedic pop duo I Love U Boyz and rising hip-hop duo Fama play the two girls' roommates. Rounding out the cast is Him Law (See You in You Tube), singer Stephanie Cheng (Trivial Matters), veteran actor Eric Tsang, and hot Taiwan idol group Lollipop in a special cameo. Young women Ji (Elanne Kwong) and Kay (Tian Yuan) live with four guys (played by Siu Yeah Jim and Donald Tong of I Love U Boyz, and 6 Wing and C Kwan of Fama) in a single flat, where they hold parties and avoid responsibility like youth usually do. The six have a dream to run their own business - and the chance arrives when they concoct the idea to start a "happy funeral" service to celebrate life instead of mourning death. But their plans stall when their investor (Eric Tsang) finds their business proposal immature, and things get worse when the six are threatened with eviction from their flat. Love is in the air too; Ji finds an attraction to a debt-collecting triad (Him Law), and Kay begins to fall for one of her male roommates. When the unexpected occurs yet again, the youth find that a happy funeral may be necessary - if not for their future business, then simply to mark their passage into adulthood.
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Universe Laser The Storm Warriors (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 21.60 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser The Storm Warriors (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Based on Ma Wing Shing's best-selling comic, blockbuster action fantasy The Storm Riders opened a new page in Hong Kong Cinema when it was released in 1998. Boasting the best special effects ever seen in a Hong Kong film at the time, the big-budget all-star production broke box office records with its fusion of comic book adventure, wuxia mythology, wirework action, and pure cinematic spectacle. A decade later, The Storm Riders returns with the highly anticipated sequel, The Storm Warriors, directed by the Pang Brothers! Ekin Cheng and Aaron Kwok reprise their iconic roles as eponymous heroes Wind and Cloud, this time taking on Simon Yam and Nicholas Tse as the villains. Kenny Ho makes a rare movie appearance as Nameless, the top swordsman of the land, while Charlene Choi and Mainland Chinese actress Tang Yan (Chinese Paladin III) play the romantic interests. Other supporting cast members include Lam Suet, Patrick Tam, and Wong Tak Bun. Just as the first film did ten years ago, Storm Warriors sets the new bar in Hong Kong Cinema with incredible special effects that bring the fantastical action, adventure, and comic book aesthetic to the silver screen like never before. Lord Godless (Simon Yam) and his son Heart (Nicholas Tse) are out to take over the martial arts world and the Middle Kingdom. Even Nameless (Kenny Ho), Wind (Ekin Cheng), and Cloud (Aaron Kwok) combined cannot defeat Godless and his impenetrable body armor. Injured from battle, they seek the help of reclusive master Lord Wicked (Wong Tak Bun), who guides Wind into harnessing the powers of the dark side. Godless, meanwhile, is forcing the Emperor (Patrick Tam) to reveal the location of the powerful "Dragon Bone" relic. Unable to control his newfound powers, Wind loses himself to the dark side, and sets out to destroy Godless... and Cloud.
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Universe Laser Beauty And The Beast (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Beauty And The Beast (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Beauty And The Beast (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser Animals (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Animals (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser Icarus (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Icarus (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser Nobita's Three Visionary Swordsmen (Part 2) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.10 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Nobita's Three Visionary Swordsmen (Part 2) (Hong Kong Version)
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Nobita's Three Visionary Swordsmen (Part 2) (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser Storm Cell (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.80 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Storm Cell (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser Beyond Loch Ness (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.80 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Beyond Loch Ness (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser All's Well End's Well Too 2010 (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 15.30 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser All's Well End's Well Too 2010 (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Another year, another All's Well Ends Well! Last year's All's Well Ends Well 2009 became Hong Kong's highest-grossing film of the year. Stars Louis Koo, Sandra Ng, and Ronald Cheng return for more blockbuster Lunar New Year hijinks in the costume comedy All's Well Ends Well Too 2010. Co-directed by franchise creator Raymond Wong Pak Ming and Herman Yau, All's Well Ends Well Too 2010 stages an old-school comedy of errors about mistaken identity and criss-crossed romance in ancient China. Also co-starring veteran actress Lee Heung Kam, Mainland actor Pan Yueming, and models Angelababy (Short of Love) and Lynn Xiong (Ip Man), the wholly enjoyable comedy balances its nonsensical humor and wacky characters with sensible direction, smart dialogue, and amusing action scenes including a hilarious Ip Man parody. After years studying abroad, Princess Pearl (Angelababy) is returning to her home kingdom escorted by her lover, General Bing (Ronald Cheng). The traveling party gets ambushed on the road, and Pearl falls into the sea and loses her memory. She gets rescued by bankrupt merchant Million (Raymond Wong), who poses as her father and tries to marry her off to rich old maid Yau's (Sandra Ng) nephew. Meanwhile, Million's actual daughter Nightingale (Lynn Xiong) has been mistaken for the princess and sent to the palace. Emperor Ocean (Louis Koo) also thinks it's time to find a suitor for his sister! This edition comes with 24 minutes of special features including interview and making of.
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Universe Laser Doraemon The Movie - New Nobita's Great Adventure Into The Underworld (VCD) (Vol.1 Of 2) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.10 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Doraemon The Movie - New Nobita's Great Adventure Into The Underworld (VCD) (Vol.1 Of 2) (Hong Kong Version)
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Dorameon and Nobita journey to the world down under in the 2007 blockbuster New Nobita's Great Adventure into the Underworld - The Seven Magicians, a remake of the 1984 Doraemon film Nobita's Great Adventure into the Underworld . What if people could perform magic? Wouldn't that make life more convenient? Using the moshimo-box, Nobita and Doraemon find the answer to their question by transforming the real world into a world of magic. The magical world looks the same as the real world except everyone can perform magic - everyone, that is, except Nobita. Characteristically one step behind, Nobita struggles with the simplest of spells in a world where magic is the means and ends of life. But Nobita and crew have more than spells to worry about when they find out that the earth is at risk of being destroyed by the underworld.
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Universe Laser Nobita And The Wind Wizard (Part 2) (End) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.10 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Nobita And The Wind Wizard (Part 2) (End) (Hong Kong Version)
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The lovable robot cat Doraemon returns for another big-screen adventure in Nobita and the Wind Wizard! The adventure begins when Nobita meets the Wind Wizard, a strange, but adorable being with magical wind powers. The Wind Wizard befriends Nobita, Doraemon, and the rest of their gang, and together the group travels to the Wind Village to meet the rest of Wind Wizard's tribe. However, they also learn of the rival Ran tribe, who were banished from the Wind Village years ago for their wicked ways. When an evil Ran magician surfaces, he possesses Suneo and kidnaps Wind Wizard as part of a plot to destroy the world! It's up to Doraemon and Nobita to save their friends - and also the world! This VCD edition of Nobita and the Wind Wizard comes with a shiny VCD cover, and features Part 2 of the movie with a Cantonese language track and Traditional Chinese subtitles.
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Universe Laser Pure (Hong Kong Version) at 15.30 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Pure (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser Mpd - Psycho (Story 5) (Hong Kong Version) at 15.30 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Mpd - Psycho (Story 5) (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser Second Name at 15.30 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Second Name
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Terror comes to your home movie screen via Paco Plaza's psycho-thriller "Second Name"! After Daniella's (Erica Prior) father commits suicide due to mysterious reasons, the desperate girl is destined to shed more light on the tragic happenings that took away her beloved parent. However, this move opens the door to horrifying secrets she had better left unknown
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Universe Laser Heaven at 15.30 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Heaven
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Cate Blanchett thirsts for revenge in "Heaven"! The mega star that appeared in such blockbuster movies as the "Lord of the Rings" series and "The Talented Mr Ripley" portrays Phillipa who bravely intends to take on the killers of her husband alone. Regrettably, her plan back-fires leaving her responsible for the deaths of 4 innocent people. But as luck would have it the good looking Fillipo sympatizes with the troubled woman inventing a plan for her to turn failure into success!
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Universe Laser Anna In Kungfu-Land (DTS Version) at 15.30 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Anna In Kungfu-Land (DTS Version)
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Hong Kong sweetheart Miriam Yeung co-stars with popular star Ekin Cheng in the kung-fu comedy Anna In Kungfu-land! Ken (Ekin Cheng) is a marketing executive who cooks up an idea for an anything-goes Hong Kong martial arts tourney to push a brand new athletic drink. But the Shaolin Temple refuses to cooperate due to a thirty-year old feud with rogue member Shek (Yasuaki Kurata). Ken travels to Japan to get Shek to join the competition and mend his differences with the Shaolin Temple, but Shek is old and his eyesight failing. Luckily, he has a daughter, Anna (Miriam Yeung), whose kung-fu skills are only surpassed by her charming girlish ways. Anna is immediately smitten with Ken, and eagerly joins the contest to pursue her dream of becoming a Hollywood martial arts star. But Ken has a girlfriend, her opponents are tough, and the realities of becoming a Hollywood superstar are even tougher. Can Anna triumph over her martial arts rivals, and beat out Ken's girlfriend Zoe (Denise Ho) to find love and achieve her dreams? Featuring hilarious performances and tons of martial arts wackiness, Anna in Kungfu-Land is a terrific showcase for talented comedienne Miriam Yeung, and a crowd-pleasing Hong Kong comedy!
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Universe Laser Intrepid at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Intrepid
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Universe Laser Rennie's Landing at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Rennie's Landing
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Rennie's Landing
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Universe Laser The Punisher (DTS Version) at 15.30 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser The Punisher (DTS Version)
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The Punisher (DTS Version)
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Universe Laser The Detective 1+2 Blu-ray Boxset (Hong Kong Version) at 61.30 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser The Detective 1+2 Blu-ray Boxset (Hong Kong Version)
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The boxset contains both The Detective and The Detective 2 on Blu-ray. The Detective Aaron Kwok continues his streak of winning performances with Oxide Pang's The Detective. Set in Thailand, Kwok's latest outing is an immensely entertaining suspense thriller bearing the unmistakable Pang Bros. signature. Bolstered by atmospheric set design and commanding music, the film spins plentiful jumps and scares from an unsettling narrative that keeps the audience at the edge of their seats. Fresh off consecutive Best Actor wins at the Golden Horse Awards for Divergence and After This Our Exile, Kwok is perfectly charismatic and at ease as a laid-back Thai-Chinese detective pulled into a mysterious murder case. Kwok is supported by talented character actors Liu Kai Chi (Infernal Affairs 2), Kenny Wong (Gong Tau), Wayne Lai, Kiki Sheung, and Jo Koo, as well as long-time-no-see faces like Shing Fui On and former pop starlet Elle Choi. Holding shop from a small dinky office, near-sighted, debt-ridden private detective Tam (Aaron Kwok) talks big, but does small business. He gets an interesting new job when hard-drinking friend Lung (Shing Fui Oi) shows up one day with the picture of a woman whom he claims is trying to kill him. Unable to locate the woman, Tam starts looking up her acquaintances, but he seems to always be in the wrong place at the right time. At his first stop, he walks into a man hanging from the ceiling, the first of many dead bodies he stumbles upon. Tam becomes increasingly obsessed with finding the truth behind the mysterious deaths, but digging too deep could have dangerous consequences. The Detective 2 Four years after unwittingly cracking his first case, Aaron Kwok's inept private eye is back in action with an improved grade in the highly anticipated The Detective 2! Director Oxide Pang's stylish 2007 mystery was considered one of the best solo efforts from the Pang Brothers, and this time he returns to Bangkok with stars Aaron Kwok and Liu Kai Chi for an even more suspenseful adventure. Although the Asian horror-meister has surprisingly dispensed with the supernatural element of the first film, he isn't about to let up on the chill factor. The psychological crime thriller sequel has caught a group of new suspects for the supporting cast, including Patrick Tam, Eddie Cheung, Izz Xu (Child's Eye), and Mainland actress Gong Beibi. Bumbling private detective Chan Tam (Aaron Kwok) is enlisted by police pal Fung Chak (Liu Kai Chi) to help in the investigation of a serial murder case. The victims - a middle-aged man killed at home, a dead woman found in the trash dump, and a teenage girl slain in the park - were all killed in grisly manners, but they didn't seem related to each other. Without any clue to follow up on, Tam is decidedly at his wits' end. But when Chak is seriously wounded by a mysterious assailant, Tam deduces that the only way
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Universe Laser The Detective 1+2 DVD Boxset (Hong Kong Version) at 18.10 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser The Detective 1+2 DVD Boxset (Hong Kong Version)
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The boxset contains both The Detective and The Detective 2 on DVD. The Detective Aaron Kwok continues his streak of winning performances with Oxide Pang's The Detective. Set in Thailand, Kwok's latest outing is an immensely entertaining suspense thriller bearing the unmistakable Pang Bros. signature. Bolstered by atmospheric set design and commanding music, the film spins plentiful jumps and scares from an unsettling narrative that keeps the audience at the edge of their seats. Fresh off consecutive Best Actor wins at the Golden Horse Awards for Divergence and After This Our Exile, Kwok is perfectly charismatic and at ease as a laid-back Thai-Chinese detective pulled into a mysterious murder case. Kwok is supported by talented character actors Liu Kai Chi (Infernal Affairs 2), Kenny Wong (Gong Tau), Wayne Lai, Kiki Sheung, and Jo Koo, as well as long-time-no-see faces like Shing Fui On and former pop starlet Elle Choi. Holding shop from a small dinky office, near-sighted, debt-ridden private detective Tam (Aaron Kwok) talks big, but does small business. He gets an interesting new job when hard-drinking friend Lung (Shing Fui Oi) shows up one day with the picture of a woman whom he claims is trying to kill him. Unable to locate the woman, Tam starts looking up her acquaintances, but he seems to always be in the wrong place at the right time. At his first stop, he walks into a man hanging from the ceiling, the first of many dead bodies he stumbles upon. Tam becomes increasingly obsessed with finding the truth behind the mysterious deaths, but digging too deep could have dangerous consequences. The Detective 2 Four years after unwittingly cracking his first case, Aaron Kwok's inept private eye is back in action with an improved grade in the highly anticipated The Detective 2! Director Oxide Pang's stylish 2007 mystery was considered one of the best solo efforts from the Pang Brothers, and this time he returns to Bangkok with stars Aaron Kwok and Liu Kai Chi for an even more suspenseful adventure. Although the Asian horror-meister has surprisingly dispensed with the supernatural element of the first film, he isn't about to let up on the chill factor. The psychological crime thriller sequel has caught a group of new suspects for the supporting cast, including Patrick Tam, Eddie Cheung, Izz Xu (Child's Eye), and Mainland actress Gong Beibi. Bumbling private detective Chan Tam (Aaron Kwok) is enlisted by police pal Fung Chak (Liu Kai Chi) to help in the investigation of a serial murder case. The victims - a middle-aged man killed at home, a dead woman found in the trash dump, and a teenage girl slain in the park - were all killed in grisly manners, but they didn't seem related to each other. Without any clue to follow up on, Tam is decidedly at his wits' end. But when Chak is seriously wounded by a mysterious assailant, Tam deduces that the only way to u
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Universe Laser Pokemon Movie 13: Phantom Ruler Zoroark (VCD) (Vol.1 Of 2) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.10 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Pokemon Movie 13: Phantom Ruler Zoroark (VCD) (Vol.1 Of 2) (Hong Kong Version)
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Pokemon Movie 13: Phantom Ruler Zoroark (VCD) (Vol.1 Of 2) (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser X-Cross (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.10 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser X-Cross (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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Battle Royale 2 and Yo Yo Girl Cop director Fukasaku Kenta piles on the crazy fun in the wildly entertaining horror comedy X-Cross (a.k.a XX). Based on the novel by Joko Noboyuki, this over-the-top slasher about two girls on the vacation from Hell stars Matsushita Nao (Sand's Chronicle), pop idol Suzuki Ami, and Ikeuchi Hiroyuki (Space Travelers). Shy girl Shiyori (Matsushita Nao) and outgoing flirter Aiko (Suzuki Ami) are the best of friends though they couldn't be more different in personality. When Shiyori breaks up with her boyfriend, Aiko decides to take her to a remote hot springs retreat for some fun and rest. But their trip turns into a ridiculous fight for their lives - and their limbs - as the resort is located in a bizarre ghost town terrorized by a village cult that cuts off women's legs!
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Universe Laser Nobita In The Wan-Nyan Space-Time Odyssey (Part 1) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.10 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Nobita In The Wan-Nyan Space-Time Odyssey (Part 1) (Hong Kong Version)
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Nobita In The Wan-Nyan Space-Time Odyssey (Part 1) (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser Holiday (Hong Kong Version) at 18.10 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Holiday (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser The Neighbor No. Thirteen (Hong Kong Version) at 20.90 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser The Neighbor No. Thirteen (Hong Kong Version)
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From first time director Inoue Yasuo comes the brutal revenge thriller, The Neighbor No.13! This uncompromising new film centers on the trials and tribulations of one Murusaki Juzo (Oguri Shun), a mild-mannered youth who finds himself constantly harassed at school. It seems that a relentless gang of thugs led by Akai Toru (Hirofume Arai) take great pleasure in abusing poor Juzo on a daily basis, eventually leaving the young boy with permanent psychological scars. Ten years later, Juzo discovers that his former tormentor Akai now lives in the apartment directly above him, along with his faithful wife Nozomi (Yoshimura Yumi, from the pop duo Puffy AmiYumi) and his little child. Things get even worse when Juzo makes another shocking discovery: not only do both he and Akai work at the same construction company, but Akai is his boss! Now, even as adults, the bullying resumes once more, this time in the workplace. However, Juzo isn't going take things lying down. It seems years of pent-up aggression have caused him to split off into another personality, a deadly psychopath known only as Neighbor No.13 (played by actor Nakamura Shido). This ultra-violent doppelganger is cold, vicious, and unafraid to eliminate anyone who stands in his way, even innocent people! As Neighbor No.13's violent assaults become more and more arbitrary, Juzo realizes he must somehow suppress his killer alter ego, but can he actually succeed? Based on the popular manga by Inoue Santa and featuring a cameo from cult director Miike Takashi, The Neighbor No.13 is a brutal film about one man's curious brand of vengeance that proves director Inoue Yasuo is definitely a filmmaker to watch!
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Universe Laser I Wonder Who's Kissing You Now at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser I Wonder Who's Kissing You Now
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I Wonder Who's Kissing You Now
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Universe Laser The Tiger Sear at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser The Tiger Sear
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The Tiger Sear
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Universe Laser Healthy Travel (Part 2) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Healthy Travel (Part 2)
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Healthy Travel (Part 2)
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Universe Laser O Brother, Where Art Thou? at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser O Brother, Where Art Thou?
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O Brother, Where Art Thou?
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Universe Laser Passing Darkness at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Passing Darkness
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Passing Darkness
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Universe Laser U - Man at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser U - Man
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Wacky comedy lives in U-Man, an undercover buddy cop film with popular Hong Kong actors and more tongue-in-cheek strangeness than anyone could ask for. Anthony Wong stars as Jesus, a lazy policeman who's teamed with "God of Undercover Cops" Ken (Sam Lee). The two are sent undercover at a Catholic Girls School, with Jesus pretending to be a Catholic Priest and Ken dressing in drag as a female student (!). Hijinks abound when they pick Miss Cool (model Rachel Fu) and Candy (Gillian Chung of Twins) as their primary targets, but that's just the beginning of their undercover nightmare. Love triangles, bizarre bad guys, and mistaken sexual identity are just some of the wacky situations the cops find themselves in. Anthony Wong and Sam Lee turn in fun comic performances, and Gillian Chung is adorable in her first screen appearance. Watch for this hilarious sight gag: Sam Lee dressed up as Osama Bin Laden!
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Universe Laser Prison Of The Dead at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Prison Of The Dead
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Prison Of The Dead
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Universe Laser Restraining Order at 15.30 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Restraining Order
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Restraining Order
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Universe Laser The Mother Bridge (Part 1-3)(3VCDs) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser The Mother Bridge (Part 1-3)(3VCDs)
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The Mother Bridge (Part 1-3)(3VCDs)
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Universe Laser The Calling (2000) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser The Calling (2000) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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The Calling (2000) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Universe Laser No.3 (1997) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 11.10 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser No.3 (1997) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 11.10
Third-rate gangster Tae Ju (Han Suk Kyu) always wants to be number one. But he never fits in and does not have the guts to make things happen. Even the people around him, such as his wife who wants to be a world-class poet, his friends, and his foul-mouthed enemy, are all third-rate characters. To find out how a middling gangster struggles to realize his dream, don't miss action comedy No. 3. Also starring Lee Mi Yeon and Choi Min Sik.
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Universe Laser The Martins at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser The Martins
S$ 9.70
The Martins
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Universe Laser Tycus at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Tycus
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Tycus
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Universe Laser Auggie Rose at 15.30 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Auggie Rose
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Auggie Rose
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Universe Laser Doraemon - Nobita's Adventure Drifts in The Universe (Movie Version) (Part 2) at 11.10 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Doraemon - Nobita's Adventure Drifts in The Universe (Movie Version) (Part 2)
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Doraemon - Nobita's Adventure Drifts in The Universe (Movie Version) (Part 2)
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Universe Laser Venomous at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Venomous
S$ 9.70
Venomous
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Universe Laser Partners at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Partners
S$ 9.70
A triumvirate of veteran Hong Kong actors star in Partners an international crime thriller spanning Hong Kong, Thailand and Malaysia. Kwan (Simon Yam), Poon (Eric Tsang), and Rick (Michael Wong) are three seasoned criminals who've combined for big scores in the past, but things have changed. While Kwan was recuperating from a gunshot wound, Poon took over the team and led them to new heights. However, Poon may not be telling his partners all his plans. On a routine heist in Thailand, Poon reveals a larger goal of revenge against a rival Thai gangster - plans which he hasn't fully disclosing to his partners. Rick and Kwan don't appreciate the lack of info, and seeds of distrust are sown. Meanwhile, various cop organizations track the trio, and an undercover cop (popular Chapman To) shadows them at every turn. Featuring lots of murky double-dealing, potent action sequences, and dependably tough performances from the actors, Partners is a gritty action thriller in grand Hong Kong Cinema tradition!
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Universe Laser Pocket Monsters - Spell of Unown (Movie Version)(Part II) at 11.10 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Pocket Monsters - Spell of Unown (Movie Version)(Part II)
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Pocket Monsters - Spell of Unown (Movie Version)(Part II)
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Universe Laser Universe Golf Vol.5 - Break 100 at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Universe Golf Vol.5 - Break 100
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Universe Golf Vol.5 - Break 100
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Universe Laser Universe Golf Vol.7 - Pro Tips Classics at 15.30 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Universe Golf Vol.7 - Pro Tips Classics
S$ 15.30
Universe Golf Vol.7 - Pro Tips Classics
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Universe Laser City by The Sea at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser City by The Sea
S$ 9.70
City by The Sea
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Universe Laser The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys at 9.70 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys
S$ 9.70
The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys
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Universe Laser My Horny Girl Friend at 20.90 SGD from YesAsia
Universe Laser My Horny Girl Friend
S$ 20.90
My Horny Girl Friend

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Did you know Out Of Inferno (2013) (Blu-ray) (2D) (Hong Kong Version), The Best Plan Is No Plan (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) and Say Hello For Me (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) are the most popular Universe Laser Movies? Aside from Universe Laser Movies, you can also check out other brands such as Panorama, Deltamac and Geneon Universal Entertainment. At iprice, you can own an Universe Laser Movies with a price range between S$ 10.00 – S$ 68.00. If you want, you can choose between a Action, Crime Movies and Thriller. The best thing about Universe Laser Movies is that you can get them in White, Red and Pink!

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