After failing his fellow students in a Lion Dance competition, Dragon (Jackie Chan) is sent away from his school in disgrace, on the condition that he must find his errant brother. Much ... See full summary »
A cop is forced into early retirement due to retinal damage. But after witnessing a bank robbery along with a female inspector - who believes he has acute senses - they team up in hope to solve the case.
A regular white-collar woman named Bing, who leads a carefree city life that includes guarding her turf in the office and dating and gossiping with her three girlfriends. However, her carefree life soon turns upside down when she found a lump in her breast. Everything begins to fall apart as she tries to cope with the loss of femininity in a series of bittersweet events. With the help of a happy-go-lucky doctor V and a shy but talented teenager Sing, Bing begins to find new meanings in her turmoil and the will to face her own demons. Written by
The original poster that shows a computer-altered photography of a woman's upper torso was withdrawn from display in Hong Kong's subway system. The company in charge of Hong Kong's subway system had concluded the poster was not suitable for the public and banned it from all subway stations. Edited Posters with a more traditional design, showing portraits of two leads were used instead. See more »
A SONG PER DAY
Performed by Justin Lo
Music/Lyrics by Justin Lo
Produced by Justin Lo
Arranged by Ben Cheung
Mixing by Naruse Tatsuhito at Moon Studio
O.P. Mark Lui and His Music Production Ltd. (Admin by Gold Label Music Ltd.) See more »
I love this movie. I know it's formulaic but I loved the way the story unfolded. The lead characters seemed as if they all knew each other and they played well together. It wasn't the best cinematography but the story moved on rather well. Every time I felt like pausing the Netflix movie, it went to another surprising sub plot that I sort of didn't see coming. The religion solution was a pleasant twist as well. I think the simplistic way of portraying the emotional ride a cancer patient was tastefully done and is universal. My favorite part was the car suicide scene. It made me laugh and I am usually very cynical about forgetful scenes like that. Instead it drew me into the heart of the love affair. I think this is a great movie to sit down and watch with a significant other.
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