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See You Tomorrow (2016) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Angelababy (Yang Ying) (Actor)
| Tony Leung Chiu Wai (Actor)
| Kaneshiro Takeshi (Actor)
| Eason Chan (Actor)
Wong Kar Wai produces novelist Zhang Jiajia's directorial debut See You Tomorrow, based on a story from his own book Passing From Your World. Tony Leung Chiu Wai and Takeshi Kaneshiro team up once again in their long overdue return to comedy. Adding to the star power are Angelababy (Rise of the Legend), Eason Chan (Office), Lynn Xiong (Ip Man), Du Juan (American Dreams in China) and Sandrine Pinna (A Touch of Light), plus cameo appearances by Lu Han (The Great Wall) and Chris Lee (Bodyguards and Assassins). Sprinkled with offbeat details, wacky set pieces and hilarious references, See You Tomorrow has the zany humor of an old-school Hong Kong comedy and the dazzling production values of a Jet Tone film, what with Peter Pau and Cao Yu on cinematography and WKW regulars Alfred Yau and William Chang on art direction and costume design. Besides the sumptuous visuals, the film's episodic structure and use of voiceover narration are also reminiscent of Wong Kar Wai works.
Chen Mo (Tony Leung) runs a bar with his quirky friend Guan Chun (Takeshi Kaneshiro), but more importantly, he's a "ferryman" who helps clients navigate the pain of heartbreak. Neighbor Xiao Yu (Angelababy) seeks his guidance on how to help her idol Ma Li (Eason Chan), a singer reeling from his breakup with Jiang Jie (Lynn Xiong). At the same time, Guan Chun's first love, amnesiac pie shop owner Mao Mao (Sandrine Pinna), suddenly returns to town with no memory of him or the family recipe. While Guan Chun goes to ridiculous lengths to help Mao Mao, Chen Mo takes Xiao Yu under his wing, but the process awakens the memories of his own past love.
The Village of No Return (2017) (Blu-ray) (Deluxe Edition) (English Subtitled) (Taiwan Version) Blu-ray Region A
Wang Qian Yuan (Actor)
| Shu Qi (Actor)
| Joseph Chang (Actor)
| Yo Yang (Actor)
Released during the 2017 Chinese New Year holidays, Zone Pro Site director Chen Yu Hsun's The Village of No Return blends martial arts action and rural comedy into an offbeat comedy-drama set in early 20th century China. Both nonsensically silly and surprisingly dark, the film gathers Shu Qi (The Assassin), Joseph Chang (Sky on Fire), Wang Qianyuan (Saving Mr. Wu), Lin Mei Shiu (Zone Pro Site), Yo Yang (Cold War II) and Eric Tsang into a village whose residents have been wiped of their memories.
Once upon time, there was a remote village named Desire that may be home to a treasure desired by Squire Shih (Eric Tsang). The denizens of Desire Village, however, are preoccupied with other matters, like accusing widow Autumn (Shu Qi) of killing her husband. Then one day, a mysterious Taoist priest (Wang Qianyuan) shows up with a magical contraption that can erase people's memories. From that day on, the villagers begin new lives with new identities, blissfully unaware of the conflicts and secrets of their pasts. Behind their false security and happiness lies a dangerous plot...
This edition comes in special packaging with a pencil, a notebook, five bookmarks and special features, including commentary, behind-the-scenes, trailer and music video.
Railroad Tigers (2016) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Jackie Chan (Actor)
| Huang Zi Tao (Actor)
| Jaycee Chan (Actor)
| Ikeuchi Hiroyuki (Actor)
Jackie Chan reunites with Police Story 2013 director Ding Sheng for the rousing period action comedy Railroad Tigers. Set in 1941 during the Japanese invasion of China, the film follows a humble group of freedom fighters who take on a big mission. Jackie Chan is joined in action by a younger generation of stars, including his son, Jaycee Chan (Monk Comes Down the Mountain), television star Wang Kai (Nirvana in Fire), Our Times' breakout actor Darren Wang and former EXO member Huang Zitao (You Are my Sunshine). Award-winning veteran actress Xu Fan (Aftershock), Japanese actor Ikeuchi Hiroyuki (Ip Man) and Zhang Lanxin (CZ12) also co-star in Railroad Tigers, while Andy Lau makes a cameo appearance.
Railroad worker Ma Yuan (Jackie Chan) moonlights as a resistance fighter with his fellow bumbling workers including Da Hai (Huang Zitao) and Rui Ge (Jaycee Chan). The wily small-time group mainly uses their knowledge of the railway to ambush traveling Japanese troops and steal provisions, earning them the moniker of "Railroad Tigers." One day, Ma Yuan rescues a young Chinese guerilla soldier (Darren Wang) on an important mission. After the soldier meets an untimely end, Ma Yuan decides to himself carry out the mission of destroying a local railroad bridge. To do so, Ma Yuan, his buddies and their new recruit, sniper Fan Chuan (Wang Kai), will need to put everything on the line to steal explosives from the Japanese garrison and detonate the bridge before the enemy reinforcements arrive.
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