Hong Kong cinema giants Derek Yee and Tsui Hark join forces in this 3D martial arts epic, about an elite swordsman who is haunted by his skill, and a challenger who aims to take his place at all costs.
Sui Wai lost her fiance Ah Man in a car accident. With the obligations of life sitting heavy on her shoulders, she lives on only to find herself confiding in her beloved through a phone ... See full summary »
A boy living in the country side dreams of becoming a movie star. His passion is so true that he decides to go to the capital of the cinema industry , Hengdian, and give himself a chance. ... See full summary »
Champion competitive marksman Ken comes across an armored van robbery. He sees a policeman held hostage and shoots and kills four of the robbers. One of the robbers escapes and the ... See full summary »
Turning her back on her wealthy, established family, Diane Arbus falls in love with Lionel Sweeney, an enigmatic mentor who introduces Arbus to the marginalized people who help her become one of the most revered photographers of the twentieth century.
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Sam, a fresh graduate from Singapore, works as a journalist in Hong Kong to gain wider exposure in life. He chances upon Jane, a streetwise Hong Kong girl who captures his interest for a cover story. What started out as fascination develops into a heart-warming love story. Together, the two young lovers discover hope, happiness and the truth about love. Written by
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Hongkong director Derek Yee has managed to create a heartwarming, sincere and honest love story in a two-hour movie that is a Hongkong-Singapore collaboration. He casted Fann Wong from Singapore and Peter Ho from Taiwan amongst veteran Hongkong actors. Fann acts as a street urchin who is depressed with life and escapes from life in order to feel better. Peter is a journalist with a Hongkong tabloid who trails her in nightspots in order to get a good story from her. Events between them make them realise how a relationship has to be sincere to work. Fann Wong put in such a natural performance in her first Cantonese speaking role (she usually speaks Mandarin in her Singapore TV performances). She is also good as the wild child. The movie is a dramedy, comedic at times, but reflective at other times, of Hongkong society as a whole. It is a must watch for any fan of heartwarming and sincere love stories.
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