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In this romantic comedy, Dong (Louis Koo) has a mysterious amnesia that worsens every time he falls deeply in love. Because he can’t remember details of his relationships, he also can’t maintain the deep emotions he develops for a woman. However, persistent Ding (Cherrie Ying) cares for Dong so greatly that she decides to disguise herself as a new girl every time they meet. Will her ruse keep Dong interested until she can find a way to bring back his memories?
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Aka: Sat Yik Gaai Lui Wong
Directed: Jingle Ma
Genre: Romance, Comedy
Country: Hong Kong
* Louis Koo
* Cherrie Ying
* Tats Lau
Be With Me is a tapestry of three stories woven around the themes of love, hope, and destiny. Although the main characters come from different backgrounds and lead different lives, they all long to be with their loved one.
“Meant To Be” is about an aging provision shopkeeper grappling with loneliness. Just when he is about to give up hope, he chances upon an autobiography which changes his life. The autobiography in this story is real – it is the story of Theresa Chan, who plays herself and shares her remarkable life experience in the film.
“So In Love” is the bitter-sweet chronicles of two teenage girls in a love less ordinary. A chain of events spark off a flurry of SMS messages that will drastically rewrite the blueprints of their lives.
“Finding Love” follows the mundane life of a middle aged security guard who has two loves in life — food and a high flying professional who works in the same building he does. The first he indulges in with great passion; the second, alas, he can only admire from afar. He decides to bridge the divide with a letter.
Unbeknownst to them, these different souls will share the same stage in a play written by Fate, one which involves the themes of love, tragedy, and redemption. The characters in the movie are fictitious except for Theresa Chan. Deaf and blind since she was 14, Theresa – who is now 61 – is a remarkable woman who has triumphed over her disabilities to live an amazing life. She is the film’s beacon, a symbol of strength and hope.
Directed: Eric Khoo
Rated: Switzerland:10 / South Korea:12 / UK:12A / France:U / Argentina:13
Runtime: 93 min
Language: Cantonese / English / Hokkien / Mandarin
Subtitles: English Softsub
This is about a love triangle between Ling (Elanne Kwong), June (Janice Man) and Rex (Rex Ho). Ling hides her long battle with leukaemia from her best friends Rex and June. Introverted June feels for Rex but the feeling is not mutual. Meanwhile, the talented Rex joins a competition by writing a love song referring to an undisclosed person. None of them do anything to change the state of affairs, until the day Ling gets admitted to a hospital and a long compression of emotion is broken.
Casts: Elanne Kwong (Actor) | Janice Man (Actor) | Rex Ho (Actor) | Xu Zheng Xi (Actor) | James Ho (Actor) | Brian Li (Actor) | Yumi Yin (Actor)
Bob’s life isn’t going well at all. A single father in a dead-end job as a debt collector, he’s trapped in a job that goes against his usual easy-going helpful nature and he’s under tremendous pressure to be a better dad, a better brother, a better worker, even a better person. While dealing with all this and his sister’s threat to move to Australia with his son to force him to clean up his act, Bob receives a call out of the blue. It’s a stranger called Grace who claims a mysterious kidnapper is keeping her against her will and begs him to save her and her young daughter. Is it just a prank? The detective he tried reporting the call to seem to think so but Bob’s instincts tell him that he may just be the only thing standing between them and a painful death. But does he have the mettle to rise above his own self-centered concerns and risk everything – including his own son – for two people he has never met and who may not even exist? -moviexclusive.com Aka: Bo chi tung wah, Bao chi tong hua
The film follows the misadventures of ‘The Bad Boy Squad’ – a detective agency that specializes in finding lost loves. The agency is staffed by a trio of hip poseurs: King Chan is the Casanova of the team as he divides time between cases and the more important task of the endless amount of women he meets; Jack Sham is the more brooding member of the team and his own goal is to find that elusive ‘perfect’ woman he’s always searched for; completing the gang is King’s sister Queen, a hippychick helper who has a secret love for Jack.
The Bad Boy Squad are asked by a young artist to find his lost love Shadow who seemingly disappeared from the hair salon she worked in. This straight-forward case soon becomes more and more intriguing for the trio as they are then asked to find a once famous Asian athlete who looks exactly like Shadow.
Another twist comes when King meets and subsequently saves an unusual young woman called Eleven who again looks like the missing Shadow. King also begins to wonder why the beautiful Eleven has the apparent mental age of a child as she questions the simplest and most basic things he asks. All is revealed when a scarred Shadow finally appears from her time in hiding and tells the Bad Boy Squad what really happened to her.
Considered one of the most artistically made commercial blockbusters ever to come out of Hong Kong, INFERNAL AFFAIRS has garnered coveted film awards galore and record-breaking box-office returns to date. This thriller of a fatal tug-of-war between Yan, an undercover cop in the triads, and Ming, a triads’ mole in the police force, not only introduces two of the most memorable tragic heroes in contemporary world cinema, but also a trove of compelling characters like Wong, Yan’s mentor in the police force, and Sam, Ming’s clandestine boss in the triads.
[Birth of a Legend]
INFERNAL AFFAIRS opens with Yan and Ming as young men in 1991 embarking on their journeys as moles for life, and then jumpstarts to 2002 when their pasts finally catch up with them, culminating in a climactic showdown in the finale. Set between the years 1991 and 1997, INFERNAL AFFAIRS II supplies the missing link as to how and why these two fledgling innocents will ultimately become a callous mole and an undercover cop with ennui.
While Yan is embroiled in the family saga of a triad cartel inextricably tied to his origins, Ming is enmeshed in an oedipal fixation with his boss’s wife. Meanwhile, mind-boggling twists and turns are injected into the plot that both shatter established presumptions and shed new light on the characters’ convoluted relations. Friendships fracture. Foes join forces. Nothing is what it appears to be.
[Making of a Legend]
Teenage heartthrobs Edison Chen and Shawn Yue reprise their roles of Ming and Yan as young men with an eye-opening melange of fluidity and depth.
Awards-winning Anthony Wong and Eric Tsang dazzle as Wong and Sam again, but this time they start off as collaborators instead of sworn enemies as they will later become in INFERNAL AFFAIRS.
Other noteworthy new characters include Hau played by Francis Ng (The Mission), the kingpin of a triad cartel; SP Lok by Hu Jun (Lan Yu), Wong’s closest friend and colleague; and Mary by Carina Lau (Days of Being Wild), Sam’s wife.
Film Name ： Infernal Affairs 2
Year ： 2003
Director ： Andrew Lau, Alan Mak
Actor ： Anthony Wong, Eric Tsang, Carina Lau, Francis Ng, Edison Chen, Shawn Yue, Hu Jun
Genre ： Drama
Running Time ： 119Minutes
A traffic accident changed their lives forever. In capturing wanted criminal Cheung Yat-tung, Sergeant Tong Fei was involved in a gunfight and car accident that put the criminal in a coma. But in the process he also crippled an fellow officer, and mistakenly shot dead the elder daughter of public prosecutor and single mother Ann Ko. Unable to handle the guilt, Tong Fei succumbs to a fog of pain. Ann Ko, meanwhile, pours all her love and attention to her younger daughter Ling.
Three months later, the criminal Cheung Yat-tung awakens from his coma. Ann Ko, who had been working hard on bringing him to justice, insists he stand trial immediately. Professional killer Hung King completes his assignment of kidnapping Ann Ko’s daughter Ling. Tong Fei attempts to cut him off, but fails to stop Hung King or to rescue the girl. Soon, Ann Ko gets a phone call, telling her that if she wants to see Ling again, she will drop all charges against Cheung Yat-tung. And if she goes to the police, they will kill Ling.
Tong Fei swears that he will rescue Ling, seeking to redeem himself from his past mistake. With assistance from a former colleague fondly known as Master Sun, Tong Fei gradually comes closer to locating Hung King’s hideout, but the most important clue is the information in Ann Ko’s cell phone. However, Ann Ko hates him so much that she refuses to let him have anything to do with the case. Tong Fei has no choice but to beg for help from former co-workers with whom he did not get along.
Ann Ko is backed into a corner, but she is determined to refuse help from Tong Fei. In a misguided attempt to save Ling’s life, Ann Ko steals the case files.
In Mandarin with English and Chinese subtitles
Director: Dante Lam
Cast: Nicholas Tse, Nick Cheung, Zhang Jing Chu, Liu Kai-Chi, Sherman Chung, Miao Pu
RunTime: 1 hr 50 mins
Released By: GV & Scorpio East
Opening Day: 4 December 2008
Infernal Affairs III picks up where the first film left off. Ming (Andy Lau) is cleared of any charges involving Yan’s (Tony Leung) death, and is eventually assigned to the Internal Affairs division. He discovers that another cop, Yeung (Leon Lai of Fallen Angels), quickly rising through the ranks of the police department, has a mysterious link to Shen (Chen Daoming of Hero), who was apparently Sam’s (Eric Tsang) connection to the mainland.
Ming strongly suspects that Yeung is another one of Sam’s moles, and is determined to expose him, while keeping his own connection to Sam a secret. It’s a tricky proposition because Yeung also seems to suspect Ming, and appears to have the same goal in mind. With the help of Dr. Lee (Kelly Chen), Yan’s psychiatrist, Ming looks deeper into Yan’s final days, and flashbacks explore the undercover cop’s dealings with both Yeung and Shen.
Eventually, Ming finds an incriminating tape of Sam conversing with his mole, and has a climactic confrontation with Yeung. Anthony Wong and Chapman To also reprise their roles from the first two films in flashbacks.
Also known as: Mou Gaan Dou III: Jung Gik Mou Gaan
Language: Chinese (Cantonese / Mandarin) / English
Subtitle: English (Hard-subbed) (Soft-subbed)
Release Date: 2003
Genre: Action / Crime / Drama / Thriller
* Andy Lau as Inspector Lau Kin-Ming
* Tony Leung as Chan Wing-Yan
* Leon Lai as Superintendent Yeung Kam-Wing
* Kelly Chen as Dr. Lee Sum-Yee
* Anthony Wong as Superintendent Wong Chi-Shing
* Eric Tsang as Hon Sam
* Chapman To as Tsui Wai-Keung
* Sammi Cheng as Mary
* Edison Chen as Young Lau Kin-Ming
* Shawn Yue as Young Chan Wing-Yan
* Carina Lau as Mary Hon
when it was just revving up production, but everything I’ve seen of it since has been a tad … confusing. This, despite the usually very reliable Gordon Chan directing. But in any case, here’s the first trailer that I’ve run across for “Painted Skin”. Even after seeing this trailer, I still have no idea how this thing is going to turn out. It could be okay, but it could also be really, really awful. Right now, I’ve given up hoping for it to be anything great, which is unfortunate, but it’s difficult to be TOO optimistic the way this thing is looking right now.
Starring Vicki Zhao and Donnie Yen, and directed by Gordon Chan. It’s due out in the Chinese territories in September.
Director: Gordon Chan Car-Seung
Producer: Gordon Chan Car-Seung
Action: Stephen Tung Wai
Cast: Donnie Yen Ji-Dan, Zhou Xun, Vicki Zhao Wei, Aloys Chen, Betty Sun Li, Qi Yuwu
Kei’s (Ronald Cheng) eldest sister Sandra (Sandra Ng) is a hot-tempered magazine editor and her temperament has left her single all this while. They have a traditional family and one of the rules is that none of the siblings could get married before their eldest sister. In view of this, Kei sort help from the famous “Casanova”, Koo Chai (Louis Koo), who is the new journalist in Sandra’s firm to pretend to court his eldest sister and lure her into the mood of love.
With Sandra falling in love with Koo Chai, she decides to introduce him to her parents (Lee Heung Kam, Ha Chun Chou). However, Koo Chai fell in love with another girl, Mun during an assignment and this broke Sandra’s heart. To avoid the disappointment of her parents, Sandra asks Mr. Wong (Raymond Wong) a private investigator to pretend as her boyfriend.
With Sandra love life going nowhere and her career plunging low, will she get what she wants? Will Kei find his true love and marries her sister off? Who will Koo Chai choose? Will all’s well end’s well?
Genre: Romance, Comedy
Release year: 2009