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Triumph In The Skies II (DVD) (End) (English Subtitled) (TVB Drama) (US Version) DVD Region All
Julian Cheung (Actor)
| Francis Ng (Actor)
| Fala Chen (Actor)
| Myolie Wu (Actor)
One of TVB's major productions this year, Triumph In The Skies II continues to charm audiences with a star-studded cast, high-quality production and picturesque scenes one decade after the original series was aired. Starring handsome star Julian Cheung, veteran Francis Ng, singer/actor Ron Ng and TVB starlets Fala Chen and Myolie Wu, the aviation drama unveils the glamorous and mysterious work of pilots and flight attendants and also their personal and romantic lives. It was shot in Hainan, Paris, Bath, Kenting and various airports in Hong Kong, Taiwan and China.
After recovering from his wife's death, pilot Samuel (Francis Ng) returns to work in Hong Kong with the support of heart-broken traveler Holiday Ho (Fala Chen), whom he met in the UK. His life slowly gets back on track until he encounters his romantic and career rival Jayden Koo (Julian Cheung), or Captain Cool, a free-spirited pilot whose good looks and exceptional skills have earned him a spot in the industry. Senior first officer Isaac Tong (Ron Ng) is hesitant about his relationship with aircraft technician Summer Ha (Myoli Wu) who is a spitting image of his brother Samuel's late wife, fearing that their romance will strike Samuel with grief again.
Always and Ever (DVD) (End) (English Subtitled) (TVB Drama) (US Version) DVD Region All
Esther Kwan (Actor)
| Bobby Au-Yeung (Actor)
| Ngo Ka Nin (Actor)
| Wong Mandy (Actor)
A Step Into The Past director Chong Wai Kin plays with time travel again in the romantic comedy Always and Ever. Starring TVB's long-time screen couple Bobby Au Yeung and Esther Kwan and Most Vastly Improved Actress winner Mandy Wong, the drama spans three lifetimes to tell the cursed destiny of a pair of lovers in different eras.
While tracking down a criminal, inspector Yuen Kam Cheong (Bobby Au Yeung) kills his girlfriend Yeung Tsik Suet (Esther Kwan) by mistake and immediately he is taken three lifetimes back to the Song Dynasty where he meets a spitting image of his girlfriend, medic Hon Seung Seung (Esther Kwan). As Justice Po (Bobby Au Yeung), he becomes the target of villains. When Seung Seung sacrifices herself to save him from a conspiracy, he finds himself fast forwarding to 1950s Hong Kong.
In the 50s, he turns into Detective Lung Biu (Bobby Au Yeung) who finds love with Tin Tsau Fung (Esther Kwan), the wife of a gangster's leader. He is wary of their forbidden love but invariably Tsau Fung dies in his own hands under the evil scheme of Tsau Fung's sister (Mandy Wong). Flashing back to modern day Hong Kong, Kam Cheong desperately tries to undo his damage. As the day of Tsik Suet's death approaches, he finds the shocking truth behind their spell as he holds his girlfriend at gunpoint again.
The Hippocratic Crush (DVD) (End) (English Subtitled) (TVB Drama) (US Version) DVD Region All
Tavia Yeung (Actor)
| Kenneth Ma (Actor)
| Gigi Wong (Actor)
| Him Law (Actor)
Long after the conclusion of the Healing Hands trilogy, TVB has finally created another hit medical drama! Blessed with the highest viewership ratings among the station's dramas in the first quarter of 2012, The Hippocratic Crush has garnered heaps of praises for its realistic portrayal of the life and work of medical professionals, its painstaking attention to detail, and the rather absorbing character drama. The solid ensemble cast put together by producer Poon Ka Tak (Detective Investigation Files) is no doubt crucial to its success, too.
Confirming his status as one of the best leading men on TVB, Kenneth Ma is brilliant in possibly the most important role of his career to date as Dr. Cheung Yat Kin, a neurosurgery specialist-in-training who is too devoted to his work to think about a romantic relationship. That is, until he meets fellow houseman Fan Chi Yu (Tavia Yeung). Daughter of a notable neurosurgeon, Yu is deeply attracted to Kin for his talents, and doesn't hesitate to declare her admiration for him. But this star-crossed couple is dogged by tragedy when Kin's paralyzed younger brother meets his untimely death, and Yu is diagnosed with an incurable illness...
Co-starring Him Law, Mandy Wong, Benjamin Yuen, Ben Wong, Derek Kok, Raymond Cho, veterans Wilson Tsui and Gigi Wong, and newcomers Candy Chang and Nathan Ngai, The Hippocratic Crush shows obvious franchise potential, and indeed TVB has already announced its plan to make a sequel in 2013.
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