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My Heart Is That Eternal Rose (1989) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region All
Tony Leung Chiu Wai (Actor)
| Kenny Bee (Actor)
| Joey Wang (Actor)
| Gordon Liu
Before he won multiple Best Director awards for After This, Our Exile, Patrick Tam helmed the 1989 film My Heart Is That Eternal Rose. Headlined by Kenny Bee (Shanghai Blues) and Joey Wang (A Chinese Ghost Story), the film further demonstrates Tam's ability to handle multiple genres with appreciable artistry. Essentially a pulpy romance, My Heart Is That Eternal Rose features plenty of iconography from Hong Kong's storied heroic bloodshed genre. Artful romanticism combined with menacing gangsters, honorable hitmen, and a healthy helping of blood and bullets help make My Heart Is That Eternal Rose a classic Hong Kong film in the truest sense of the word. Tony Leung Chiu Wai co-stars in an award-winning supporting performance, and regular Wong Kar Wai collaborator Christopher Doyle handles the cinematography.
Rick (Kenny Bee) and Lap (Joey Wang) are star-crossed lovers whose initial romance is torn apart by the murder of a cop (Ng Man Tat), involving both Rick and her father (Kwan Hoi San). Years later, Rick and Lap meet once more, but circumstances have changed. Rick is now a suave hitman for hire, while Lap is the girlfriend of powerful crime boss Shen (Chan Wai Man). The years and distance have taken their toll on the lovers, but their passion still burns, drawing the two back together. Their treachery does not escape the notice of Shen, nor Shen's right-hand man, played by Shaw Brothers legend Gordon Liu. Rick and Lap's only ally may be Cheung (Tony Leung Chiu Wai), a mousy triad who carries his own torch for Lap. With few options left to the lovers, and with Shen in hot pursuit, the stage is set for a violent, blood-drenched finale.
The Grand Grandmaster (2020) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Dayo Wong (Writer, Actor, Director)
| Annie Liu (Actor)
| C Kwan (Actor)
| Luk Wing (Actor)
Dayo Wong becomes The Grand Grandmaster! Following the success of the 2018 spy spoof Agent Mr. Chan, the comedian again writes, directs and stars in a hit Lunar New Year comedy, this time poking fun at the kung fu genre.
Self-proclaimed grandmaster Ma Fei Lung (Dayo Wong) is the 19th-generation successor of his family's Thunder Fist martial arts. But one day, he gets knocked out by a woman on the street. His embarrassing defeat is captured on video and spreads like wildfire online. Overnight, this "grandmaster" turns into the butt of everyone's jokes. Fei Lung learns that the woman who beat him, Chan Tsamg (Annie Liu), is actually an undefeated boxing champion! In order to salvage his reputation, Fei Lung challenges her to a duel in the ring. Before that, he also has to deal with his manipulative ex-wife (Catherine Chau) and his pesky feelings for his rival.
Chasing the Dragon II: Wild Wild Bunch (2019) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Louis Koo (Actor)
| Tony Leung Ka Fai (Actor)
| Gordon Lam (Actor)
| Simon Yam (Actor)
In 2017, Wong Jing and Jason Kwan directed the Hong Kong crime action drama Chasing the Dragon inspired by a real-life drug lord and corrupt sergeant. In 2019, they bring a thrilling new story in the thematic sequel Chasing the Dragon II: Wild Wild Bunch, which is inspired by the real-life criminal "Big Spender" Cheung Tze Keung who abducted the sons of two of Hong Kong's biggest tycoons in the nineties. Tony Leung Ka Fai stars as the notorious criminal while Louis Koo plays an undercover officer. Wild Wild Bunch's cast also includes Gordon Lam, Michael Wong, Candice Yu, Angie Cheung, Natalie Meng and Dominic Ho, as well as Simon Yam and Mainland Chinese actor Du Jiang in special appearances.
In 1996 when Hong Kong is preparing for the handover of government, criminal mastermind Logan Lung (Tony Leung) takes advantage of this lax transition time period to make big money. He and his gang abduct the super rich, whose families choose to pay large ransoms without reporting to the authorities. The police catch wind of the crimes and send bomb squad officer Sky (Louis Koo) to infiltrate Logan's inner circle. Sky becomes the gang's explosives point man, and discovers that Logan's next target is Macau casino tycoon Stanford Ho (Michael Wong).
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