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[HK-Movie] Flashpoint (2007)

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Chinese: 導火綫
Year: 2007
Director: Wilson Yip Wai-Shun
Producer: Nansun Shi, Donnie Yen Ji-Dan
Writer: Szeto Kam-Yuen, Nicholl Tang
Action: Donnie Yen Ji-Dan
Cast: Donnie Yen Ji-Dan, Louis Koo Tin-Lok, Fan Bing-Bing, Collin Chou (Ngai Sing), Ray Lui Leung-Wai, Kent Cheng Juk-Si, Xing Yu, Lam Kwok-Bun, Law Lan, Ha Ping, Timmy Hung Tin-Ming, Tony Ho Wah-Chiu, Austin Wai Tin-Chi, Ai Wai

For Donnie Yen fans, Flash Point is like pornography. For fight fans, it’s an entertaining action blowout. For longtime Hong Kong Cinema fans, it’s a throwback to poorly plotted action spectacles of the eighties. For some people, it could be a comedy.


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October 16, 2009 at 8:17 am

[HK-Movie] CJ7 (2008)

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Directed by: Stephen Chow
Cast: Stephen Chow, Tin Kai-man, Chan Kwok Kwan, Yuen Qiu
Director – Stephen Chow
Screenplay – Stephen Chow
Screenplay – Vincent Kok
Producer – Stephen Chow
Editor – Angie Lam
Director Of Photography – Poon Hang Sang
Original Music – Raymond Wong
Producer – Han San Ping
Producer – Chui Po-chu
Co-Producer – Vincent Kok

A devilishly entertaining curveball thrown at unsuspecting family audiences, “CJ7” is “E.T.” as reimagined by the premier clown of Chinese cinema, Stephen Chow. Whether American viewers will respond with the enthusiasm of their Chinese counterparts remains to be seen. What is clear, however, is that Mr. Chow’s notion of family is decidedly more Addams than Brady. A simple fairy tale — albeit with a perverseness that no Disney executive would permit — “CJ7” finds Mr. Chow in a Chaplinesque mood as Ti, an impoverished widower caring for his young son, Dicky (the 9-year-old actress Xu Jiao in her debut). By day Ti works long hours on a construction site to pay for Dicky’s elite private school; at night they return to a sweltering, cockroach-infested shack with unreliable electricity. Both suffer constant bullying: Ti’s overbearing boss (Lam Tze Chung) berates him for having ideas above his station, while Dicky’s fastidious teacher (Lee Sheung Ching) and snotty schoolmates treat him like a leper. Scouring the local dump one evening to supplement his son’s wardrobe, Ti discovers a strange green ball that, when placed in Dicky’s curious hands, transforms into a saucer-eyed creature resembling an ineptly groomed cockapoo. Filmed in the seaport town of Ningbo in Zhejiang Province, “CJ7” (the title is a reference to the Chinese space program) has an airy widescreen look that counters the privations of Ti and Dicky’s surroundings. — Jeannette Catsoulis, The New York Times

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October 16, 2009 at 8:15 am

[HK-Movie] Kung Fu Hustle (2004)

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It is 1940’s China, and gangs rule the city. The most notorious of them all is the axe gang, lead by the insane Brother Sum. A slum called Pig Sty Alley is the only area safe from the Axes because the people there are so poor. Soon, wannabe gangster Sing and his pal Bone attempt to extort money out of a barber and fail, drawing the real Axe Gang to Pig Sty. However, it turns out that there are several kung fu masters living in the slum, and soon the two sides are enemies. As the plot thickens, Sing must decide- should he become a mobster, or save the day?

Genres: Action/Adventure, Art/Foreign and Comedy
Running Time: 1 hr. 39 min.
Release Date: April 8th, 2005 (NY/LA)
MPAA Rating: R for sequences of strong, stylized action and violence.
Sony Pictures Classics
U.S. Box Office: $17,104,669

Starring: Stephen Chow, Yuen Wah, Leung Siu-Lung, Dong Zhi Hua, Chiu Chi Ling
Directed by: Stephen Chow
Produced by: Yang Buting, Wang Zhongjun, Bill Borden


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October 16, 2009 at 8:14 am

[HK-Movie] Lady Cop and Papa Crook (2009)

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John Fok is the kingpin of illegal red oil in Greater China. When an oil tanker explodes accidentally, he becomes the focus of investigation by Hong Kong and Mainland Chinese police and is forced to halt his business to wait thing out. Just as he is finally ready to turn his fortune around, however, his only son is kidnapped.

Senior Inspector Molline Szeto is the rising star in the police force, who is well praised for busting crime with her characteristic sangfroid and precision. However, in matters of love, she is totally at wit’s end. Poised at the crossroad of her life, she is thrilled to be assigned to investigate the kidnap of John’s son. An unlikely cooperation between cops and crooks thus ensues, leading to conflicts and clashes galore at every step till the end

Starring: Sammi Cheng, Eason Chan
Directed by: Felix Cheong, Alan Mak

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October 16, 2009 at 8:12 am

[HK-Movie] Ip Man (2008)

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Adapted from the life story of Ip Man – the grand master of the Wing Chun style of kung fu and sifu of legendary kung fu superstar Bruce Lee. This movie will be the first important record of the master’s life. Ip’s persistent devotion to Wing Chun is a classic example of the love and respect shown to wushu and the freedom and spirit it represents. Ip Man is a concept, a spirit, a way of thinking – and it exemplifies a new peak in Hong Kong’s wushu movies.

Rating: PG
Genre: Action
Starring: Mallika Sherawath, Lynn Hung, Simon Yam, Donnie Yen
Directed by: Wilson Yip

This is one of the films I went against my better judgment to watch and it turned out to be surprisingly good. Despite banal reviews, I watched it with a group of friends at a midnight screening. We were kept enthralled and fixated by the intense and swift action sequences which unfold one after another. The resounding impact and forceful blows can be clearly felt by the THX equipped theatre we were in. Our eyes were glued to the screen as various martial artists in the film engaged in nerve wrecking and brutal fistfights that will leave you at the edge of your seat. The story is about the life story of the titular martial arts master and his quest to invoke unity in the people of China to stand up against oppression during the Japanese occupation. Donnie Yen does a surprisingly good portayal of Ip Man, infusing his character with wry humour and staunch dignity. However, besides him, the secondary characters fade into the background with little screen presence and narrative importance. Still, even if you are not a martial arts fan, you can enjoy this simple story about honour, humility and unity.


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October 16, 2009 at 8:10 am

[HK-Movie] Legendary Assassin (2008)

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Legendary Assassin is a 2008 Hong Kong martial arts film that marks the directorial debuts of actor Wu Jing and fight choreographer Nicky Li Chung-Chi. The film also marks the screen debut of singer, songwriter and model Celina Jade. Wu stars as a mysterious martial artist, who become a female cop’s prime suspect in a murder investigation.

Wu Jing stars as a cool and lethal hitman with a heart of gold being marooned on an outlying island due to an incoming typhoon and befriends a small-time cop Celina Jade. Meanwhile, the Aoyama Noriko, wife of the crime boss Kou Zhan Wen, is out for vengeance as well as wanting to recover his corpse after discovering he was killed on the island, with his head missing.

Chinese: 狼牙
Year: 2008
Director: Wu Jing, Li Chung-Chi
Writer: Fung Chi-Keung
Action: Jack Wong, Li Chung-Chi
Cast: Wu Jing, Celina Jade, Aoyama Noriko, Alex Fong Lik-Sun, Ronald Cheng Chung-Kei, Ken Lo Wai-Kwong, Hui Siu-Hung, Sammy, Kara Hui Ying-Hung, Tin Kai-Man, Lam Suet, Mark Cheng Ho-Nam, Kou Zhan-Wen, Candy Hau Woon-Ling


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October 16, 2009 at 8:08 am

[HK-Movie] Look For a Star (2008)

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A Macau club dancer (Shu Qi) meets and falls in love with a businessman, only to find out that he is a multi-millionaire and a near-celebrity. Can she handle the fame and baggage that come with her new love?
Pop superstar ANDY LAU (”The Warlords”, “Running Out Of Time”) and the gorgeous SHU QI (”The Transporter”) are a perfect match–or are they?–in this romantic comedy directed by Andrew Lau (”Initial D”, “The Duel”).

Sam (Lau), a billionaire tycoon, falls in love with a casino nightclub cabaret singer, Milan (Shu), but can their Cinderella romance last amid the reality of their social and class differences?

Sumptuously shot by Andrew Lau himself and with delightful star-studded cameos, “Look For A Star” is one bright, shiny tale about seizing the chance for happiness by following your heart’s desires.

Cast: Andy Lau Tak-Wah || Shu Qi || Denise Ho Wan-Si || Zhang Hanyu || George Lam Chi-Cheung || Rebecca Pan Di-Hua || David Chiang Da-Wei || Dominic Lam Ka-Wah




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October 16, 2009 at 8:05 am