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All About Love (再説一次我愛你)

I would have been satisfied with a Return to Me remake. The 2000 American romantic comedy is about a woman with a heart transplant who begins dating her donor’s husband. 655 more words

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My Voice, My Life (爭氣)

My Voice, My Life is one of the better Hong Kong movies you probably won’t be seeing this year. And it’s a shame because it deserves a far wider audience than the school children, educators, and PTAs that make up the bulk of its audience thus far. 623 more words

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Crossing Hennessy (月滿軒尼詩)

Hennessy Road is the main thoroughfare in Wanchai and bisects the vibrant Hong Kong Island district. Strolling down the street can be like stepping into a Hong Kong tourism video, if you have the right eye for things. 871 more words

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Chez N' Ham (芝士火腿)

There simply aren’t enough good excuses to justify watching this movie. For my part, it popped up on my recommended list and I was hungry for a ham and cheese sandwich. 373 more words

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Mack the Knife (流氓醫生)

Mack the Knife has the meandering plot of an extended TV serial, and it takes its time going places, if indeed it is going anywhere at all. 478 more words

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He Ain't Heavy, He's My Father! (新難兄難弟)

“One for all and all for one!” is a phrase we don’t hear much of these days, outside of the latest Three Musketeers adaptation, but it was once the go-to slogan of Union Film (translated from the Chinese「人人為我,我為人人.」), the studio that dominated Hong Kong’s post-war cinema and boasted some of the greatest screen talents in the city’s history. 806 more words

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Romancing In Thin Air (高海拔之戀II)

Here lies a love story. Quiet, tender, heartbreaking. It’s an unassuming film in a cinematic landscape used to screaming out its merits. Director Johnnie To and writers Wai Ka-Fai and Yau Nai-Hoi are no strangers to the showy style that dominates a certain class of Hong Kong movies, but here, they opt for a gentler approach that privileges emotion over polish. 652 more words

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