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Drunken Master II (1994) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Jackie Chan (Actor)
| Anita Mui (Actor)
| Ken Lo (Actor)
| Chin Ka Lok (Actor)
Widely considered to be one of the best, if not the best, Jackie Chan film, the 1994 kung fu classic Drunken Master II (a.k.a. The Legend of Drunken Master) sees the action superstar returning to the role of legendary folk hero Wong Fei Hung after 1978's Drunken Master. Jackie breaks out the wild drunken boxing and traditional martial arts in elaborate action sequences, including a famous final fight scene with Ken Lo. Directed by another Hong Kong action legend in Lau Kar Leung (The 36th Chamber of Shaolin), Drunken Master II co-stars Ti Lung, Anita Mui and Felix Wong, and it features a cameo appearance by Andy Lau who headlines the follow-up Drunken Master III that came out the same year.
Wong Fei Hung (Jackie Chan) traveled to northeastern China with his father Wong Kei Ying (Ti Lung) to get medicine for a patient. At the train station, he's upset to see that the corrupt warlord government is forcing people to pay duties on goods. To avoid the unfair charge, Fei Hung sneaks the ginseng he's carrying into the luggage of a British Consulate worker. While trying to retrieve the ginseng on the train, he gets into an altercation with a martial artist (Lau Kar Leung) who is trying to steal something. Due to a mix-up, the thief steals the ginseng, while Fei Hung ends up with a box containing a valuable antique seal. Suddenly, he's in double the trouble with the ginseng lost and suspicious henchmen chasing after him for the seal.
This edition includes the original uncut Hong Kong version of the film with the original Cantonese mono track and an English track (not dubbed by Jackie Chan).
No. 1 Chung Ying Street (2018) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version) DVD Region 3
Fish Liew (Actor)
| Nick Yau (Actor)
| Lo Chun Yip (Actor)
| Lam Yi Kei (Actor)
History doesn't repeat itself, but it often rhymes.
One of the most talked-about Hong Kong films of 2018, No. 1 Chung Ying Street links the city's rocky past and uncertain future by looking back at the leftist riots of 1967. Directed by Derek Chiu (The Road Less Traveled), the B&W independent film is divided into two parts set in 1967 and 2019. Starring Fish Liew (Sisterhood), Neo Yau (She Remembers, He Forgets) and Siuyeah Lo, the drama intertwines two restless generations and two contentious stories on No. 1 Chung Ying Street.
In 1967, four young people become involved in the leftist protests against the British colonial government that have gripped the Hong Kong in violence and unrest. In 2019, three young activists cross paths with an old man who once participated in the 1967 riots. Both segments are centered in the town of Sha Tau Kok near the border with mainland China.
This edition includes making-of features.
Buyer Beware (2018) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Carlos Chan (Actor)
| Carmen Tong (Actor)
| Cheung Kwok Keung (Actor)
| Bryant Mak (Actor)
Real estate buyers have to deal with the double horror of property prices and haunted homes in Buyer Beware directed by Malaysian filmmaker Jeffrey Chiang (Dilarang Masuk). Ambitious real estate agent Charlie (Carlos Chan, Happiness) joins a property agency run by Gordon (Cheung Kwok Keung) and Lucy (Mimi Kung). He soon learns the secret to the agency's success: Gordon and Lucy purchase cheap properties whose previous tenants died inside and then sell high without disclosing the properties' grisly history to buyers. Though Charlie initially has reservations about the unethical practice, he sets aside his conscience for the high commission and even sells to his ex-girlfriend (Carmen Tong) and his good friend (Bryant Mak). Soon strange and horrifying events begin to befall the buyers of the haunted properties.
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Hong Kong Films Awards 2018
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