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  • The Hui Brothers Comedy Classics (Blu-ray) (4-Movie) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region All Michael Hui (Actor) | Sam Hui (Actor) | Ricky Hui (Actor)
    Starting in the 1970s, Michael, Ricky and Sam Hui – the Hui brothers – created comedy classics that defined a generation and changed the face of Hong Kong cinema. Focusing their films on the lives of ordinary people, they combined wit and compassion to make comedies that struck a chord with filmgoers, eventually becoming one of the most formidable comedic forces Hong Kong has ever seen. This collection of their classic films includes Chicken and Duck Talk (1988), Mr. Coconut (1989), Front Page (1990) and The Magic Touch (1992).

    Chicken and Duck Talk (1988)
    Helmed by renowned director Clifton Ko, Chicken and Duck Talk has Michael Hui playing Ah Hui, the owner of a traditional Hong Kong-style BBQ duck shop. His business is hit hard when the new and glossy Danny Chicken opens across from him. To wrangle back business, Ah Hui goes to extraordinary lengths to win the turf war.

    Mr. Coconut (1989)
    Mr. Coconut portrays the comic adventures of a migrant from Mainland China's Hainan Province, whose lack of knowledge about life in cosmopolitan Hong Kong gets him into one scrape after another. Not so much a straightforward comedy made at the expense of "country bumpkins," Mr. Coconut is more concerned with the Hong Kong public's rampant materialism in a city driven by commercialism, proving to be yet another comic masterpiece in which the Hui brothers deftly combine raucous comedy and social commentary.

    Front Page (1990)
    Front Page marks the last large-scale film collaboration between the brothers. Aside from delivering barrels of laughs, the film also provides social commentary on the emergence of tabloids, paparazzi and unscrupulous media practices in late 80s Hong Kong. Michael Hui plays the sarcastic but ethical boss of a magazine on the verge of collapse, who reluctantly recruits the services of smart ex-boxer Bill (Sam Hui) and doltish photographer Fly (Ricky Hui). While digging into the story of a rising starlet who is about to marry a tycoon, Bill and Fly suggest fabricating some scandals to boost sales...

    The Magic Touch (1992)
    The Magic Touch sees Leon Lai playing an investigator from the Inland Revenue Department who's sent to scrutinize the tax history of a fortuneteller (Michael Hui). The fortuneteller is, of course, a swindler, but out of the blue, he actually gets the ability he claims to have – telling the future. With his newfound abilities, the fortuneteller teams up with the tax investigator for a wild comedic adventure.

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  • Triumph In The Skies (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A Louis Koo (Actor) | Julian Cheung (Actor) | Francis Ng (Actor) | Charmaine Sheh (Actor)
    Welcome back to Skylette Airlines! Triumph in the Skies, the exceedingly popular TVB drama series, makes its big-screen debut with an all-star cast that sees series vets Francis Ng and Julian Cheung joined by Sammi Cheng, Louis Koo, Charmaine Sheh and Amber Kuo. Directed by Wilson Yip (Ip Man) and Matt Chow, the movie features three beautifully filmed, intersecting stories of romance.

    After aviation empire heir and pilot Branson takes over Skylette, he discovers that his ex-girlfriend Cassie (Charmaine Sheh) has become a flight attendant at the airline. Years ago, their romance was interrupted when Branson had to leave to take care of the family business. The erstwhile lovers have never stopped thinking about each other, though, and this may be a chance to rekindle the flame.

    At the same time, Branson asks his friend Sam (Francis Ng) to act as a consultant to a commercial starring rock star TM (Sammi Cheng). Having had a misunderstanding during an earlier meeting, the two are initially gruff towards one another, but this changes after they spend more time together.

    Ladies' man Jayden (Julian Cheung) leaves Skylette to take a job as a private jet pilot. During a flight, he meets Kika (Amber Kuo), who he dismisses as a wild party girl. The two soon discover how much they have in common and fall madly in love, but Kika has a secret that can jeopardize their relationship.

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  • Women Who Flirt (2014) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version) DVD Region 3 Zhou Xun (Actor) | Huang Xiao Ming (Actor) | Hsieh Yi Lin (Actor) | Sonia Sui (Actor)
    Pang Ho Cheung's (Aberdeen) latest romantic comedy, Women Who Flirt, investigates a hypothesis: women who flirt emerge as winners in life. Can this be true? If it is, then the tough-as-nails Angie (Zhou Xun, Overheard 3) is in trouble. She's been in love with her best friend and colleague Marco (Huang Xiaoming, American Dreams in China) since their college days, but has never done anything about it because Marco has always maintained that he's too busy with school or work to date. Imagine Angie's surprise, then, when Marco returns from a business trip to Taiwan with a new girlfriend, the baby-voiced Hailey (Sonia Sui, The Fierce Wife). Determined to capture Marco's heart, Angie enlists her girlfriends to teach her the art of flirting.
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