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McDull - Rise of The Rice Cooker (2016) (Blu-ray) (Gift Set) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
| Sandra Ng
| the pancakes
| Cheng Zi Shing
The hero we need has arrived! Hong Kong's beloved animated piglet McDull takes on his biggest challenge yet: defending humanity from an alien invasion. Directed per usual by McDull creator Brian Tse, McDull, Rise of the Rice Cooker, the trippy seventh film of the series, adds kaiju, mecha and superhero elements to the amusing, punny adventures of a kindergarten-aged pig whose big heart makes up for his lack of smarts.
One day, a monster from outer space suddenly lands on earth and begins trampling through the city, wreaking great havoc and destruction before flying off. Not even intergalactic superhero Spamerman can defeat the giant invader. With the monster likely to return at any moment, global leaders call for the creation of a giant robot superhero that can defend earth from the monster. Young McDull, who lives with his supportive, resourceful mother (voiced by Sandra Ng) on a fishing island, submits a mecha design to the open competition. Unexpectedly, his humble Risopot robot with a rice-cooker head gets selected as a finalist. With the weight of the world on his shoulders, McDull enlists the help of his school principal (voiced by Anthony Wong) and pours his heart into creating a mecha superhero based on household appliances.
This edition comes with a notebook and a random memo pad.
Nessun Dorma (2016) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Andy Hui (Actor)
| Gordon Lam (Actor)
| Janice Man (Actor)
| Candice Yu (Actor)
Janice Man (Helios) takes on her most daring role in the suspense thriller Nessun Dorma, the second collaboration between director Herman Yau and screenwriter Erica Li after the well-received Sara. Co-starring Gordon Lam (Trivisa) and singer Andy Hui, the film, which premiered at the 2016 Hong Kong International Film Festival, depicts the post-traumatic transformation of a woman and her relationships with her fiancé and the man she loves.
Rich girl Jasmine (Janice Man) is engaged to rich playboy Vincent (Gordon Lam), but secretly loves widowed school teacher Fong (Andy Hui). At a loss about her feelings and future, she visits Fong one rainy night in hopes of getting some answers about their relationship, but gets rejected. On her way home, Jasmine is attacked and loses consciousness. When she wakes up, she finds herself naked and locked up in a room. She can hear the song Nessun Dorma from Turandot playing outside the room.
The Menu (2016) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Kate Yeung (Actor)
| Gregory Wong (Actor)
| Catherine Chau (Actor)
| Ng Man Tat (Actor)
The much-talked-about 2015 HKTV series The Menu leaps to the silver screen with a feature film sequel that continues the trials and tribulations of a group of intrepid Hong Kong journalists. Director Ben Fong and stars Gregory Wong, Kate Yeung and Catherine Chau return to the battleground of Smart Post for this tense and timely news thriller about journalistic, judicial and government accountability. Veteran Ng Man Tat joins The Menu to play a grieving father who takes matters into his own hands to seek justice for his daughter.
Following the events of the TV drama, Fong Ying (Catherine Chau) has been promoted to interim chief editor and now has to deal with pressure from above to attract more online views and to beat out an unscrupulous media rival. Meanwhile, at a local TV station, Tam (Ng Man Tat) sets off a bomb, takes the TV crew and talk show guest hostage, and demands a meeting with the Chief Executive. Photographer Mallory (Kate Yeung) and headstrong reporter Fai (Gregory Wong) rush to the scene to jostle for coverage. Fai realizes that Tam is the father of a murder victim whose case fell by the wayside because of media apathy and double jeopardy limitation.
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