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The PTU squad is disbanding, but the circumstances could be more ideal. Leaders Sam (Simon Yam) and May (Maggie Siu) are at odds, with the team evenly split between them. A routine collar goes bad when the team bickers over who will be credited for the arrest, and the tension spills over to their celebration party, with insults hurled and punches thrown. Meanwhile, demoted CID Fat Lo (Lam Suet) is on thin ice with superior officer Ho (Ben Wong). As if things couldn’t get worse, the team is sent on a final mission: a group of vicious thieves have escaped to the bordering hills, and every available PTU member is called in to sweep the area. The area’s twisting tunnels, confusing landscape and murky fog present even more obstacles, making their assignment unpredictable and dangerous. With even the forces of nature against them, can the PTU squad pull it together for this one final mission?
Genre: Action, Crime
Starring: Simon Yam Tat-Wah, Maggie Siu Mei-Kei, Lam Suet, Ben Wong Chi-Yin, Samuel Pang King-Chi, Tommy Yuen Man-On, Vincent Sze, Lam King-Kong, Lam To-Kuen, Wong Wah-Ho
Release year: 2009
Johnnie To’s long-awaited crime film comes stuffed with Milky Way-type style and cinematic contemplation. The end result is less satisfying than some of his more celebrated works (i.e. The Mission), but it’s still head and shoulders above most anything you’ll find out of Hong Kong. Nowadays, anyway.
Director: Johnnie To Kei-Fung
Writer: Yau Nai-Hoi, Au Kin-Yee
Cast: Simon Yam Tat-Wah, Lam Suet, Maggie Siu Mei-Kei, Ruby Wong Cheuk-Ling, Raymond Wong Ho-Yin, Eddy Ko Hung, Wong Tin-Lam, Lo Hoi-Pang, Kenneth Cheung
Life has not been kind to Sam (Simon Yam), Fai (Louis Koo) and Mok (Sun Hong Lei) as they struggle to make ends meet. They then learn that an ancient treasure is buried under the high-security Legislative Building and agree to find the treasure and test their fate. The thought of getting rich puts the three men’s friendship to the test, as their minds are beset by greed, fear and suspicion. The treasure also attracts the attention of others, including Ling, who is Sam’s wife (Kelly Lin), who plans to steal the robe and run away with her lover Wen (Lam Ka Tung). All eyes are set on the treasure. Whoever will go to the extreme will become its owner. Between wealth and friendship, Sam, Fai and Mok will ultimately have to make a choice.
Release Date: 1st November 2007
Running Time: 92 mins
Genre: Crime / Thriller / Action
Starring: Honglei Sun, Imtiaz Ali, Kelly Lin, Simon Yam, Louis Koo
Directed by: Tsui Hark, Ringo Lam, Johnny To
The second installment in a series of spin-off films based on Johnnie To’s award-winning 2003 police noir PTU, Tactical Unit – No Way Out continues to delve into the gray world of the uniformed officers who patrol the streets of Hong Kong. Produced by Johnnie To and directed by Lawrence Lau (My Name is Fame), this gritty police drama details the dangers and desperation faced by those on both sides of the law as night falls and cops and triad cross paths in the same sleepless streets. Franchise stars Simon Yam and Maggie Siu headline the film, along with usual suspects Lam Suet, Derek Tsang, Samuel Pang, and Otto Wong and Osman Hung of EO2. When a late-night triad dispute leads to the death of an innocent man, the police make a swift crackdown on all triad activities in the area, forcing small-time gangster Fai into a corner. After triad boss Lok beats him up for not paying back his debt, Fai turns to crime for survival, and ends up getting arrested by the PTU. Seeing no way out, the increasingly desperate Fai pays revenge on the cops and crooks who have driven him to the end of his rope.
Genre…………: Action – Crime
Movie Release….: 2009
Country……….: Hong Kong
Director……….: Lawrence Lau
Programs used….: DVD Decrypter
Video Bitrate….: 5.35 Mb/s
Screen Format….: Widescreen
Audio Language…: Cantonese
Running Time…..: 89 min
This adaptation of the classic Chinese novel Jin Ping Mei is a solid genre entry, if not an actual good movie. It has babes, boobs, and it doesn’t really bore, so it’ll likely meet the expecations of its intended audience. Still, it needs more chopsticks.
# Chinese: 金瓶梅 (Jin Ping Mei)
# Director: Man Kei Chin
# Release Date: September 19, 2008 (Hong Kong)
# Runtime: 94 min.
# Language: Cantonese
# Country: Hong Kong
* Wai Kin Lam – Simon Qing
* Winnie Leung – Plum
* Kaera Uehara – Violetta
* Hikaru Wakana – Moon
* Serina Hayakawa – Lotus
* Yui Morikawa – Simon’s Mother/Madame Goose
High Noon is the Hong Kong chapter in an Eric Tsang-produced trilogy of youth films set in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and China. Drawing on the screenplay of the first Taiwan-set Winds of September chapter, High Noon again follows nine teenagers whose lives and friendship evolve greatly in the course of one fateful year, but presents a completely different narrative and tone unique to Hong Kong. Moving at hyper pace through the raucous rites of adolescence, the coming-of-age feature paints a hot-blooded portrait of youth and friendship that is bright, humorous, and heartbreaking. Starring an impressive newcomer cast that includes Anjo Leung from Magic Boy, High Noon packs a strong punch in its realistic depiction of high school drama, the heat of youth, and the loss of innocence.
High school student Wing (Lam Yiu Sing) and his six buddies are typical rambunctious teens who are better at cursing and troublemaking than schoolwork. Though they all hail from different backgrounds and personalities – the loner, the bookworm, the Mainlander, the rich kid, the playboy, the class clown, the rebel – they form a tight bond as they navigate the jungle of high school together in a flurry of fistfights and slurred slang. Acting out against the pressure of home and school, the boys cycle through a laundry list of problems – girls, grades, family, drugs, sex, violence – that threaten their fast, fragile existences. The harder they struggle to hold on to friendship, the more they lose themselves and each other.
Starring: Anjo Leung, Lam Yiu-Sing, Sham Ka-Kei, Michelle Yim, Vincent Wan, Venus Wong, Jeremy Liu
Release year: 2008
Respectable Police Commissioner Josephine reinvestigates an insignificant murder case of a 11 years old girl. The murderer is the mother of the victim, Becky. Under intense interrogation, Becky refuses to admit that she knew all along that her boyfriend was raping her little daughter at home.
The harsh interrogation drives Becky into killing herself. What is the truth that the raging Commissioner is trying to find out? What is the seeemingly defenseless mother hiding? Or is she actually telling the truth?
aka: Duen chaam dik sung ming
Directed: Dennis Law
Genre: Drama, Thriller
Country: Hong Kong
Cast: Leila Tong Ling, Maggie Siu, Pinky Cheung, Samuel Pang
Download A Very Short Life (2009) (DVDrip)with English subtitle:
Nick (Nick Cheung) is sent to prison for embezzlement and there befriends a professional con man, Teddy (Wong Jing), who teaches him the tricks of his trade. Upon their release, Nick and Teddy hatch a plan to steal millions of dollars from an illegal underground casino manager, Dragon (Cheung Siu Fai), with the help of Teddy\’s girlfriend, Lola (Alice Chan). Nick soon finds him tempted by the sexy vixen and is offered a chance of a lifetime – to get both the money and the girl – but smells something wrong with the plan.
Year Released: 2006
Directed by: Jing Wong
Genre: Comedy / Gambling
Country: Hong Kong
Subtitle: English Softsub
Runtime: 87 Mins
Gigi Leung stars as Leslie Chan, a marketing manager who has your usual movie romantic problems. In the opening scene, she meets airline employee Yutong (Wilson Chen), who is immediately smitten, but he’s so bookish and shy that he can only privately vow to woo her if he ever sees into her again.
His chance arrives one year later when she fortuitously comes to stay with him in his Hong Kong apartment. The problem: she’s newly-married to his brother Hilton (Mainland star Shao Bing), meaning she’s technically unavailable.
However, a cutaway to China shows Hilton getting it on with his over-emotional secretary, meaning that Yutong should now have a chance with his houseguest, who’s becoming a distraction already because she likes to wander around the apartment in short shorts and high heels. She also acts in a girlish sitcom manner that would charm any fan of Meg Ryan movies.
How can Yutong resist?
* Gigi Leung as Leslie
* Wilson Chen as Yutong
* Bing Shao as Hilton
* Shaun Tam
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Also known as: San Suk Si Gin
Language: Chinese (Cantonese)
Subtitle: English (Soft-subbed)
Release Date: 2009
Genre: Crime / Drama / Thriller
The Chinese migrant communities in Tokyo live shadowy lives. The Japanese neither acknowledge nor welcome them. They are shunned by the mainstream society, hounded by the yakuza, and go about their days under fear of being discovered and repatriated.
It is an alien world for Steelhead, an honest, hardworking tractor repairman from Heilongjian in northern China. Steelhead had decided to take the perilous journey to Tokyo after he lost contact with his girlfriend, who had arrived in the city earlier.
Trying to exist in the underbelly of Tokyo long enough to find Xiu Xiu, Steelhead has come to realize the migrants had to stand united if they wanted to go about their lives without fear of oppression by not only the Japanese underworld but also Chinese gangs.
In his search of a decent living, Steelhead unwittingly finds himself pit against the Japanese yakuza. Ironically he also discovers that Xiu Xiu has adopted a Japanese identity and married Eguchi, an ambitious up and coming yakuza chief.
Steelhead wins the respect of his friends by establishing a base for them and forms an uneasy alliance with Eguchi. When he helps Eguchi dispose of a rival, he is given the control of Shinjukus night establishments. But, uninterested in living a gangsters life, Steelhead finds a new love and takes the chance to start a tractor repair business outside Tokyo. However, his peace is shortlived when word gets to him that his former compatriots were now being used by Eguchi to front the yakuzas drug business.
Steelhead feels responsible for this turn of events and feels obligated to bring Eguchi down. He also has to bear in mind that if he goes after Eguchi, he would be destroying the newfound life of the woman he once loved. In any case, can one simple Chinese migrant take on the yakuza alone?
* Jackie Chan as Steelhead
* Naoto Takenaka as Inspector Kitano
* Daniel Wu as Jie
* Jinglei Xu as Xiu Xiu / Yuko Eguchi
* Fan Bingbing as Lily
* Yasuaki Kurata as Taro Watagawa