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A Single Rider (Blu-ray) (Normal Edition) (Korea Version) Blu-ray Region A
Lee Byung Hun (Actor)
| Kong Hyo Jin (Actor)
| Ahn So Hee (Actor)
| Lee Joo Young (Director)
Lee Byung Hun, who in recent years has played a ruthless gangster in films like Inside Men and Master, shows his sentimental side in the mystery drama A Single Rider from first-time director Lee Joo Young, who was nominated for Best New Director at the 2017 Baeksang Arts Awards. The actor delicately portrays the inner struggle of a regretful man who discovers the love affair of his wife played by Kong Hyo Jin (Missing). Ahn So Hee (Train to Busan) co-stars as a young girl working in Australia on a working holiday visa.
Talented fund manager Jae Hoon (Lee Byung Hun) loses his job overnight when his company goes bankrupt. After realizing the importance of his family, he travels to Australia to meet his wife Soo Jin (Kong Hyo Jin) and son. However, he becomes suspicious of the relationship between Soo Jin and her Australian neighbor. To find out the truth, he keeps a close eye on them and discovers that Soo Jin is planning to start a new life in Australia.
This edition comes with special features including commentary, making-of, deleted scenes, still gallery, premiere and trailer.
First Press comes with a random postcard, only available while supplies last.
The Founding of an Army (2017) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Liu Ye (Actor)
| Andrew Lau (Director)
| Zhu Ya Wen (Actor)
| Wallace Huo (Actor)
Following in the footsteps of 2009's The Founding of a Republic and 2011's The Founding of a Party comes the all-star Chinese historical drama The Founding of an Army, produced to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the founding of the People's Liberation Army. Hong Kong director Andrew Lau (Infernal Affairs) takes the reins for this massive cinematic undertaking set in 1927 during the breakout of the Chinese Civil War between the Communists and the Nationalists. The film follows the strategic and organizational efforts of Zhou Enlai, Mao Zedong and other key figures leading up to war, and depicts important military engagements, including the Nanchang Uprising and the Sanheba Battle in Guangdong, in impressively extensive and explosive war action scenes.
As customary for the Founding series, The Founding of an Army rounds up a huge lineup of well-known stars to play famous historical figures, with Liu Ye reprising as Mao Zedong, Zhu Yawen as Zhou Enlai, Huang Zhizhong as Zhu De, Wang Jingchun as He Long and Wallace Huo as Chiang Kai-shek. Notably, many popular young stars appear in this installment to play the young revolutionaries and soldiers who would go on to become leading figures, including Oho Ou as Ye Ting, Ma Tianyu as Lin Biao, Liu Haoran as Su Yu, and Dong Zijian as Deng Xiaoping. The staggering cast also includes Li Yifeng, Lay, Lu Han, Yo Yang, William Chan, Han Geng, Guan Xiaotong, Zhou Dongyu, Chen Xiao, Crystal Zhang, Joe Cheng, Yu Shaoqun, Guo Xiaodong, Wu Yue, Song Jia and Zhang Hanyu.
The Founding of an Army begins in the spring of 1927 when conservative Nationalist forces began carrying out violent suppressions of Communist party members in Shanghai and other cities. The purges effectively ended the tenuous United Front alliance between the Nationalists and Communists, and created open divisions in the KMT between Chiang Kai-shek and other party factions. In response to the purges, Communists and like-minded revolutionaries, under the planning and leadership of Zhou Enlai, launched a military insurrection on August 1, 1927, known as the Nanchang Uprising. This date marks the founding of the People's Liberation Army and the beginning of all-out civil war.
For A Few Bullets (2016) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) DVD Region 3
Kenny Lin (Actor)
| Zhang Jing Chu (Actor)
| Liu Xiaoqing (Actor)
| Tengger (Actor)
Lin Gengxin and Zhang Jingchu come out with guns blazing in the Chinese action-adventure comedy For a Few Bullets. Set in 1940s China during the Sino-Japanese War, the western-inspired period epic keeps its tongue firmly in cheek as the heroes embark on a high-stakes treasure hunt filled with manic action and chase scenes across deserts and speeding trains.
With his quick wits and quicker hands, small-time thief Xiao Zhuang (Lin Gengxin) can con his way through anything and anyone. That is, until he crosses paths with special agent Li Ruoyun (Zhang Jingchu), a cool and rational sharpshooter. Against his wishes, Xiao Zhuang gets enlisted into a dangerous mission to help recover a national treasure.
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