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  • Trivisa (2016) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A Richie Jen (Actor) | Gordon Lam (Actor) | Jordan Chan (Actor) | Johnnie To (Producer)
    Produced by Johnnie To and Yau Nai Hoi, the gritty Milkyway thriller Trivisa stars Richie Jen, Gordon Lam and Jordan Chan as notorious criminals facing crossroads in their lives and livelihoods on the eve of Hong Kong's Handover back to China in 1997. New directors Frank Hui, Vicky Wong and Jevons Au are each responsible for one actor's portion in the tense collision course of three thieves of different feathers, all of whom are Inspired by infamous real-life mobsters that topped Hong Kong's most wanted list. Like with the Election series, Trivisa is more than just a crime thriller: the film's characters and choices reflect on the Hong Kong mentality and feelings of insecurity, frustration, anger and helplessness as the Handover looms ahead.

    Known for brazen armed robberies and police shootouts in broad daylight, Yip Kwok Foon (Richie Jen) decides to hang up his boots and seek his fortunes in the profitable trade of cross-border electronics smuggling. Though the money is good, he has to constantly wine, dine and kowtow to corrupt Chinese officials to get things done, a process that eats away at his pride. The cautious and meticulous Kwai Ching Hung (Gordon Lam) has pulled off numerous small-scale heists in his time, but he's managed to stay off the police radar by using pseudonyms and maintaining a low profile. The flashy and lavish Cheuk Tse Keung (Jordan Chan) makes his money through abducting and extorting tycoons, and he lives it up accordingly in the loudest and flashiest of ways. These three kings of thieves have nothing to do with each other, but rumors begin to spread in the underworld that they're planning to join forces to pull off something big before the Handover.

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  • From Vegas To Macau III (2016) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A Chow Yun Fat (Actor) | Andy Lau (Actor) | Carina Lau (Actor) | Nick Cheung (Actor)
    Chow Yun Fat returns as a debonair gambling master for the third film in the blockbuster From Vegas to Macau series. Raking in huge box office during the 2016 Lunar New Year period, From Vegas to Macau III not only brings back Nick Cheung, Carina Lau and Shawn Yue, it also adds Andy Lau, Jacky Cheung, Chris Lee and even a Psy cameo to form the series' most star-studded installment yet. Reminiscent of the anything-goes Hong Kong comedies of the eighties and nineties, the mash-up gambling caper directed by Wong Jing and Andrew Lau draws laughs through plentiful gags, old-school references and top stars mugging and chewing scenery with obvious delight.

    Ken Shek (Chow Yun Fat) is already all torn up about his daughter (Kimmy Tong) and protege (Shawn Yue) getting married, but things quickly go from bad to worse when an explosion leaves the newlyweds comatose on their wedding day. Soon after, Ken and his buddy Mark (Nick Cheung) both get arrested on trumped-up charges and sent to prison. All of this is part of the revenge plan of mad scientist JC (Jacky Cheung), who is in love with Ken's longtime flame and foe Molly (Carina Lau). With the help of Michael "Dagger" Chan (Andy Lau, reprising his God of Gamblers role), Ken and Mark break out of prison, gather up the crew and bide their time for a final casino showdown with JC.

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  • Robbery (2016) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A Derek Tsang (Actor) | Lam Suet (Actor) | Eric Kwok (Actor) | Stanley Fung (Actor)
    A convenience store holdup spirals rapidly into an unpredictable roller coaster of violence and vulgarity in Fire Lee's wild and eclectic crime thriller Robbery. Featuring an ensemble cast that includes Derek Tsang, J.Arie, Lam Suet, Stanley Fung, Philip Keung. Eric Kwok, Ken Lo, Edward Ma and Anita Chui, the film applies dark humor, colorful visuals and sly social commentary to a shockingly absurd night of crimes and confrontations that holds more meaning than meets the eye.

    Over thirty years old and with nothing to show for it, Ping (Derek Tsang) shares a microscopic apartment with his loud family and simply can't catch a break. On a whim, he begins working at a convenience store run by an unpleasant manager (Lam Suet) and forges a quick bond with co-worker Mabel (J. Arie). In the wee hours, an old man (Stanley Fung) walks into the store to buy bread, but he is treated rudely by the manager. In response, the old man stabs the manager in the neck with a pair of scissors and takes everyone in the store hostage including a bathroom-seeking fugitive (Philip Keung) who soon turns out to be even more dangerous and unhinged. The night only gets longer with the arrival of more unexpected visitors, from a group of police officers to a young boy redeeming a toy to a suicide bomber. With guns blazing and blood shedding left and right, will anyone be able to walk out of the store alive the next morning?

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