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Monster Hunt 2: Sequel To Smash Chinese Hit Promises More Of Everything

Animator turned live action director Raman Hui hit gold at th Chinese box office with his smash hit fantasy-comedy Monster Hunt and so it comes as no surprise that he's back with a second helping. And if the trailer is any indication it would appear he's following the first rule of sequels here, namely give the audience more of everything that they liked. While the film again has a big name cast - Tony Leung and Eric Tsang are just a couple of the big faces in there - and gorgeous, period set production values the real stars here are clearly th roly poly monsters of the title. And there are Lots of them in this first trailer. Meant as family friendly mass entertainment the...

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‘The Adventurers’ Review

Stars: Jean Reno, Qi Shu, Andy Lau, Tony Yang, Jingchu Zhang, Eric Tsang, Karel Dobry, Gen Seto, David Bowles, Yi Sha, Tianyi You | Written by Chi Kwong Cheung, Stephen Fung, Steve Ha, Andy Lo | Directed by Stephen Fung

Infamous and charismatic thief Cheung Tan (Andy Lau) has recently been released from prison. Cheung immediately plots a heist with his former partner in crime, Po (Tony Yang), and beautiful chameleon Red (Qi Shu), in order to pull off the heist of a lifetime – and steal precious jewels in Europe. Meanwhile, French detective Pierre (Jean Reno) has been hot on Cheung’s trails for many years. This time, he decides to capture Cheung and his gang of thieves for good… which means Cheung and co. will have to take their game to the next level.

Who doesn’t love a good heist movie? When the genre is done right you get fantastic and intriguing films like Flypaper,
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Chan Leads Tsunami Goodwill Mission

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Chan Leads Tsunami Goodwill Mission
Action man Jackie Chan will raise awareness of the plight victims of December's Indian Ocean tsunami are facing, by leading a four-day goodwill visit to struggling Indonesian communities. The Rush Hour star will travel to the hard-hit region of Banda Aceh, northern Sumatra, to meet thousands of people left orphaned, injured or homeless by the deadly waves sparked by a vast undersea earthquake. And Chan will be joined by fellow Hong Kong film star Eric Tsang, last year's Miss World, Julia Garcia Mantilla and British Olympic gold medalist Daley Thompson for the charity trip, which will be filmed by Hong Kong satellite TV broadcaster Phoenix. Chan says, "I was moved by what happened, and society needs to know that although we've moved on four months since the disaster, the wonderful work done to restore order is just the tip of the iceberg. People are still suffering."

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