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Port Of Call (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny (2016) (Blu-ray) (2D + 3D) (Hong Kong Version)The Monkey King 2 (2016) (Blu-ray) (3D) (Hong Kong Version)
  • Port Of Call (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A Aaron Kwok (Actor) | Michael Ning (Actor) | Jessie Li (Chun Xia) (Actor) | Patrick Tam Yiu Man (Actor)
    Based on a notorious real-life murder case, Port of Call swept seven awards at the 35th Hong Kong Film Awards including Best Screenplay and all the acting prizes. Helmed by Philip Yung, who previously directed May We Chat and served as a writer on Rigor Mortis and As the Light Goes Out, the acclaimed film explores the circumstances around the grisly murder of a teen prostitute. As much a piercing human drama as it is a gory crime mystery, Port of Call delves into the alienated lives of both the victim and the killer leading up to their fatal encounter. Aaron Kwok won Best Actor at the Hong Kong Film Awards for his turn as the weather-beaten detective trying to get to the bottom of the case, while Mainland Chinese actress Jessie Li makes her Best Actress-winning film debut as the tragic young woman at the center of the story. Hong Kong stage actor/musician Michael Ning won Best Supporting Actor at both the Hong Kong Film Awards and the Golden Horse Film Awards for his debut role as the murderer in question.

    Veteran detective Chong (Aaron Kwok) is leading the investigation into a murder case in which the victim's body has been dismembered and disposed of in grisly manner. All signs point to the victim being 16-year-old prostitute Wang Jiamei (Jessie Li) and the perpetrator being deliveryman Ting (Michael Ning), the tenant of the dingy apartment in which the murder occurred. The two had met on the day of her death and there was no apparent motive. Ting soon calmly turns himself in and relays how he killed and dismembered Jiamei. Chong, however, keeps looking for more answers. How did Jiamei, who moved to Hong Kong from China to start a new life just over a year ago, become a high school dropout and a prostitute? And what led the gruff and disaffected but otherwise seemingly reasonable Ting to kill her on their first meeting?

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  • Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny (2016) (Blu-ray) (2D + 3D) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A Donnie Yen (Actor) | Michelle Yeoh (Actor) | Yuen Woo Ping (Director) | Harry Shum Jr. (Actor)
    Sixteen years after the global success and acclaim of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, the classic martial arts epic returns with the sequel Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny. Hong Kong action legend Yuen Woo Ping, who choreographed the action of the original Crouching Tiger, takes the directing reins this time for the China-U.S. co-production based on Wang Dulu's novel Iron Knight, Silver Vase. Set 18 years after the events of the first film, Sword of Destiny unfurls a new wuxia adventure filled with majestic swordplay and action. Reprising as warrior Yu Shu Lien, Michelle Yeoh is joined by action superstar Donnie Yen and an Asian-American cast that includes Harry Shum Jr., Jason Scott Lee, Natasha Liu Bordizzon and Eugenia Yuan.

    Upon news that Li Mu Bai's sword Green Destiny may be at risk, Yu Shu Lien (Michelle Yeoh) emerges from retirement to seek out the sword. During her journey, she gets attacked by assailants working for warlord Hades Dai (Jason Scott Lee), and a masked warrior comes to her aid. Much to Shu Lien's shock, the warrior turns out to be her former fiance Silent Wolf (Donnie Yen), whom she had thought to be long dead. Wolf rounds up a group of warriors to protect the House of Te where the Green Destiny is kept. Meanwhile, Lord Dai, who will stop at nothing to rule the martial world, sends out Wei Fang (Harry Shum Jr.), a young swordsman of mysterious origins, to steal the Green Destiny.

    This edition includes making-of and trailer.

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  • The Monkey King 2 (2016) (Blu-ray) (3D) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A Aaron Kwok (Actor) | Gong Li (Actor) | William Feng (Actor) | Fei Hsiang (Kris Phillips) (Actor)
    Released in cinemas during the 2016 Lunar New Year holiday, The Monkey King 2 continues the blockbuster fantasy epic based on the oft-adapted literary classic Journey to the West. Aaron Kwok, who played the Buffalo Demon King in Soi Cheang's 2014 film, dons the monkey suit to play the powerful and mischievous Monkey King Sun Wukong in the sequel, while William Feng (Wolf Totem) joins the series as the monk who leads them on the journey to the west. With a darker story and improved visual effects, The Monkey King 2 is bigger and better, and covers some of the saga's most famous chapters including the encounter with the White Bone Demon, stunningly portrayed by Gong Li.

    Five hundred years after raising havoc in heaven, Sun Wukong (Aaron Kwok) is released from his mountain prison by monk Xuanzang (William Feng) who has been tasked by the Goddess of Mercy to retrieve holy sutras from the Western Region. To atone for their sins, Wukong and his fellow disciples, river ogre Sha Wujing (Him Law, Young and Dangerous: Reloaded) and amorous pig demon Zhu Baijie (comedian Xiao Shenyang, The Grandmaster), are to accompany and protect Xuanzang on this long and dangerous pilgrimage. However, many perils await them on the road including the notorious, shape-shifting demoness Lady White (Gong Li) who has set her eyes on Xuanzang's flesh.

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This film has won 7 award(s) and received 6 award nomination(s). All Award-Winning Asian Films

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