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[HK-Movie] All About Love (2005)

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Andy Lau plays two leading roles in one single film for the first time in All About Love co-starring Charlene Choi and Charlie Young. Andy Lau plays a husband who only learns the importance of expressing his tremendous love for his wife when it is too late. With such an underlying message, All About Love distinguishes itself from mere melodramatic tearjerkers by leaving a profound aftertaste. Guest-starring Anthony Wong Chau Sang as a heart surgeon and veterans Hui Siu Hung and Gigi Wong as Charlene Choi’s parents, All About Love made over HK$19 million to become one of the top-grossing movies in Hong Kong!

All About Love is the first film invested by and starring Andy Lau after he set up the company Focus Film. He plays a workaholic medical practitioner Dr. Ko who neglects his wife (Charlene Choi) in spite of his love for her. After she dies in a car accident, he becomes a paramedic and sticks to a routine schedule, as a special means to remember his deceased wife. In an operation, Ko saves a woman Sam (Charlie Young) who happened to have a heart transplant – and he soon discovers that she actually bears his wife’s heart! Co-incidentally, Sam’s husband Derek, who also deserted her, looks identical to Ko. So Ko decides to take up Derek’s place to accompany his wife’s heart since he was not with her enough when she was alive.

Actor : Andy Lau , Charlie Yeung , Charlene Choi
Director : Daniel Yu
Language : Mandarin

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[HK-Movie] All About Love (2005)

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October 16, 2009 at 7:52 am

[HK-Movie] My Left Eye Sees Ghost (2002)

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When May (Sammi Cheng) returns to Hong Kong after her husband had the misfortune of drowning on their honeymoon, it doesn’t seem like she intends on spending much time mourning. Doing nothing to thwart the rumor that her marriage was based on financial security, May spends the majority of her time eating and watching bad television. After her own brush with death, however, she is forced to take her existence more seriously. Somehow evading death gives May — or at least her left eye — the ability to see the dead, and she slowly forges a friendship with a classmate of hers who also drowned years ago. My Left Eye Sees Ghosts also features Lau Ching-Wan, Lee San-San, and Bonnie Wong Man-Wai. ~ Tracie Cooper, All Movie Guide

Complete Cast of My Left Eye Sees Ghosts:

au Ching-Wan also in Mad Detective , The Attractive One , Driving Miss Wealthy , La Brassiere , Lifeline , Victim
Sammi Cheng also in Good Times, Bed Times , Love for All Seasons , Yesterday Once More , Love on a Diet , Infernal Affairs , Infernal Affairs III

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October 16, 2009 at 7:51 am

[HK-Movie] Butterfly Lovers (2008)

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Some stories are timeless, and Butterfly Lovers is one of them. Director Jingle Ma (Fly Me to Polaris) tackles one of the classics with his retelling of this tragic love story, which also served as the basis for the 1963 Shaw Brother’s classic The Love Eterne and Tsui Hark’s 1994 drama The Lovers. This new version is a clever alternate take on the story of ill-fated lovers Leung Shan Pak and Cheuk Ying Toi, and is given a martial arts spin thanks to the masterful fight choreography of Ching Siu Tung (Hero). Wu Chun of Taiwan boy band Fahrenheit and Charlene Choi of Hong Kong’s Twins play the two young lovers, with a host of talent from China, Hong Kong and Taiwan joining them. Actor-singer Hu Ge plays Wu Chun’s main romantic rival, with supporting roles filled out by martial artists Hung Yan Yan and Fan Siu Wong, Shaw Brothers legend Ti Lung and Taiwan singer-songwriter Harlem Yu.

Adorable Zhu Yan Gi (Charlene Choi) is female, but her father (Ti Lung) wants her to learn martial arts from the all-male Soul Ease Clan. To ensure her entry into the school, Yan Gi disguises herself as a male scholar, but her slight frame and sometimes ditzy nature make it hard for her to pass the rigorous tests. Luckily, she has an ally in the school’s top student, handsome Liang Chun Shan (Wu Chun), who tutors Yan Gi and even nurses her back to health when she takes ill. The two innocently fall in love, but even knowledge of Yan Gi’s true identity may not insure their happiness. Yan Gi’s childhood friend Ma (Hu Ge) has long carried a torch for her, and is not above using violence and blackmail to insure that she becomes his wife. When Ma’s treachery is revealed, Chun Shan has no choice but to use all that he’s learned from the Soul Ease Clan to exact justice. But will it be too late to save Yan Gi from a tragic fate?

Artist Name(s): Charlene Choi (Actor) | Wu Chun (Fahrenheit) (Actor) | Hu Ge (Actor) | Harlem Yu (Actor) | Fan Siu Wong (Actor) | Hung Yan Yan (Actor) | Ti Lung (Actor) | Shao Bing (Actor) | Li Qin Qin (Actor) | Shaun Tam (Actor) | Xian Se Li (Actor)


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October 16, 2009 at 7:49 am

[HK-Movie] Bullets of Love (2001)

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Hong Kong Cinema goes recruiting in Japan again, and they come up looking good. Following in the footsteps of fellow Japanese Drama megastars Takako Tokiwa and Takashi Sorimachi is Asaka Seto, who gets two roles in the Andrew Lau thriller Bullets of Love. Seto acquits herself well, showing charisma and range. The movie itself doesn’t match her efforts, but it’s a reasonably entertaining effort.

Leon Lai stars as Sam, a kick-ass Hong Kong cop who’s engaged to beautiful Hong Kong prosecutor Ann (Asaka Seto playing Chinese). The two are teamed on a case to take down vicious bad guy Night (the glowering Terence Yin), but only succeed in putting the bastard away for three years. Apparently three years is still too much for the multi-felonious Night, who swears undying revenge. He sics a dour Japanese female assassin on the couple while they vacation in Paris. Before Sam knows it, he’s out a fiancee and sent into a funk.
Three years later, Sam has moved to the rural island of Tai O and is now a fisherman. His life consists of fishing (duh) and hanging with the locals (Chan Wai-Man, Ng Chi-Hung and Ronald Cheng, among others), though he still pines for his departed lawyer girlfriend. However, hope arrives in the form of You (Asaka Seto again!), a Japanese tourist who’s the spitting image of Ann. As you’d expect Sam falls hard for the dead ringer, and after a period of extraneous activity, she returns the feeling. However, Night is due to get released soon and plans revenge. And You may not be all that she seems. – – LoveHkFilm

Aka:Bat sei ching mai
Year: 2001
Directed:Andrew Lau
Genre: Action
Runtime: 01:38
Country: Hong Kong
Language: Mandarin
Subtitles: English
Cast: Leon Lai, Asaka Seto, Terence Yin


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October 16, 2009 at 7:47 am

[HK-Movie] Love is Elsewhere (2008)

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Low budget indie film about the lives and loves of a group of tweenies in HK’s SoHo district, centred around the bar “Love in SoHo” whose owners are renowned for dispensing love advice.

Vincent Chui’s film has some funny moments and some vaguely romantic ones. It tries not to be too sugary in its depiction of young love, but doesn’t manage to be particularly insightful instead.

The cast are mostly young Cantopop stars making their acting debuts, and most do a pretty good job. Actually the younger cast members generally act better than their older and theoretically more experienced colleagues.

AKA: Oi ching maan sui/Love is Elsewhere
Year: 2008
Directed: Vincent Chui Wan Shun
Genre: Romance/Drama
Runtime: 98 mins
Country: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese
Subtitles: English Hardcoded
Cast: Chau Pak-Ho, Ken Hung Cheuk Lap, Jason Chan Pak Yue, Sherman Chung Shu Man, Yumiko Cheng hei Yi, Patrick Tang Kin Wang, Charmaine Fong Hiu Man, Louis Cheung Kai Chung, Yang Ng Yat Yin


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Written by fivesixzero

October 16, 2009 at 7:46 am

[HK-Movie] Superfans (2008)

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Susi (Charlene Choi) was a typical super fan, chasing after popular singers everyday. After having taken the HKCEE public exam, she was very free and became a full time member of Sampson’s fans club.

Sampson was one of the two “Heavenly Kings” in the pop music circle. Susi and her admirer Water (Leo Ku), who was a postman, puffed up Sampson on the Internet every day. Out of spite, they also smeared Sampson’s competitor Yan and did many crazy things to harass him, such as sending him funeral chrysanthemum and paper money for the dead.

One day, Sampson’s assistant got hurt by an accident. Since Sampson had to attend the “Beijing Award Presentation” and the “Hong Kong Award Presentation” very soon, he needed a replacement assistant urgently and asked Susi to fill in for the place. Susi was overjoyed.

As Sampson’s temporary helper, Susi had a lot of works to handle. Making things worse, Sampson just treated her as if she was a maid. Luckily, her good friend and secret admirer Water was always by her side to save the day. He even accompanied Susi to Beijing.

What surprised Susi the most was that Sampson eventually showed his true colours. She found out that he was up to something secret in a trip to Taiwan…


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October 16, 2009 at 7:44 am

[HK-Movie] Why Me Sweetie (2003)

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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
Year: 2003
Directed: Jingle Ma
Genre: Romance, Comedy
Runtime: 01:37
Country: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese
Subtitles: English
* Louis Koo
* Cherrie Ying
* Tats Lau

Written by fivesixzero

October 16, 2009 at 7:42 am


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