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Hard Boiled (1992)

Director: John Woo

Writer: Barry Wong (Screenplay) John Woo (Story)

Starring: Yun-Fat Chow, Tony Leung, Teresa Mo, Philip Chan, Kwok Chun-Feng, Anthony Wong

 

Plot: A tough-as-nails cop teams up with an undercover agent to shut down a sinister mobster and his crew. 641 more words

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VISUAL | 我给黄耀明拍了照

7月5日,帮忙拍摄了一场关于音乐的活动。第一次可以如此近距离且光明正大地对着明哥狂按快门键。

Hong Kong

The Mobfathers


Prolific Hong Kong filmmaker Herman Yau sets his sights on the city’s recent political unrest for The Mobfathers, his second new film (after Nessun Dorma) to debut at this year’s Hong Kong International Film Festival.
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Franchise Weekend - Infernal Affairs II (2003)

Director: Wai-Keung Lau, Alan Mak

Writer: Alan Mak, Felix Chong (Screenplay)

Starring: Anthony Wong, Eric Tsang, Carina Lau, Francis Ng, Edison Chen, Shawn Yue, Jun Hu… 738 more words

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Cinema-Maniac: Bat sin fan dim ji yan yuk cha siu bau (The Eight Immortals Restaurant: The Untold Story) (1993)

Hong Kong’s Category III is the US equivalent of NC-17 and for several reasons always peaked my interests. In particular the way it categorizes the campy, over the top “Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky” in the same vein as “Mad Detective” which doesn’t remotely come close to containing the same amount of graphic content. 1,188 more words

Movie Reviews

Ebola Syndrome

With its stereotyped characters, casual racism and gross-out humour, Ebola Syndrome is a goofy exploitation film that is definitely not for everyone.


“You bully me?”
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Movie Review: Johnnie To's "Vengeance" is an Exquisitely Directed Gangster Picture

There hasn’t been a  genre film director as versatile and  virtuoso  as Hong Kong’s Johnnie To since Howard Hawks.   Like Hawks, To excels at both screwball comedy and action pictures, although his comedies are somewhat lesser known in the US than his gangster tales. 566 more words