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Swordsman 2-Movie Boxset Limited Edition (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region All

Brigitte Lin (Actor) | Jet Li (Actor) | Joey Wang (Actor) | Rosamund Kwan (Actor)
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The Swordsman II (1992)
What is a hero? That's the question at the heart of the Tsui Hark-produced film Swordsman II, a free adaptation of the Jin Yong novel Xiao Ao Jiang Hu and the second part of an epic film trilogy that would revitalize the wuxia genre, as well as inspire loads of imitators. Set in the Ming Dynasty, the film continues the tale of Ling Wu Chung (Jet Li) and his tomboy sidekick Kiddo (Michelle Reis). The two comrades have decided to retire from the martial world along with their Wah Mountain brothers. However, Ling still has feelings for Highlander Ying (Rosamund Kwan) whose father has been imprisoned by the enigmatic Asia the Invincible (Brigitte Lin), the possessor of the magical Sacred Scroll. And if Ling's girl troubles weren't enough, he ends up falling for the elegant Asia! One problem: Asia the Invincible is really a man! With Ching Siu Tung at the helm, Swordsman II emerges as the most acclaimed film of the series. And even more intriguing, the filmmakers show a willingness to go places that a traditional action film wouldn't even dare. Unlike most popcorn flicks, Swordsman II will resonate with the audience long after it's over!

The East is Red (1993)
The third in the Swordsman series, The East Is Red brings back the legendary villain from Swordsman II, Asia the Invincible (Brigitte Lin)! Presumed dead to the world of Martial Arts, Asia the Invincible makes a stunning return when numerous factions make a play for the mystical scroll that grants her unlimited power. Officer Koo (Yu Rong Guang) informs Asia that in her absence, others have taken on her name and are using it to achieve their own ends. Among the pretenders is Snow (Joey Wang), a former lover of Asia's. Koo persuades Asia to return to rightfully claim her name, but Asia's return to power spins wildly out of control. Her rage consumes her, and soon the world of Martial Arts will be bathed in the blood of her foes. Director Ching Siu Tung creates wildly imaginative and over-the-top action sequences sure to please fans of the previous Swordsman films. Fantastic wirework and the grand theatrics of Brigitte Lin make The East is Red an entertaining, colorful spectacle that dazzles with its sheer energy and cinematic panache. The East is Red is a creative motion picture that perfectly exemplifies the delirious joys of this unique Hong Kong cinema genre!

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Product Title: Swordsman 2-Movie Boxset Limited Edition (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) 東方不敗雙電影珍藏系列 (Boxset) (Blu-ray) (香港版) 东方不败双电影珍藏系列 (Boxset) (Blu-ray) (香港版) Swordsman 2-Movie Boxset Limited Edition (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Swordsman 2-Movie Boxset Limited Edition (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
Also known as: Swordsman II + The East is Red Swordsman II + The East is Red Swordsman II + The East is Red Swordsman II + The East is Red Swordsman II + The East is Red
Artist Name(s): Brigitte Lin (Actor) | Jet Li (Actor) | Joey Wang (Actor) | Rosamund Kwan (Actor) | Chin Ka Lok (Actor) | Michelle Reis (Actor) | Fennie Yuen (Actor) | Lee Ka Ding (Actor) | Kingdom Yuen (Actor) | Yu Rong Guang (Actor) | Liu Shun (Actor) | Eddy Ko (Actor) | Waise Lee (Actor) | Jean Wang (Actor) | Candice Yu (Actor) | Ren Shi Guan (Actor) 林青霞 (Actor) | 李 連杰 (Actor) | 王祖賢 (Actor) | 關 芝琳 (Actor) | 錢嘉樂 (Actor) | 李嘉欣 (Actor) | 袁潔瑩 (Actor) | 李家鼎 (Actor) | 苑 瓊丹 (Actor) | 于榮光 (Actor) | 劉洵 (Actor) | 高雄 (Actor) | 李子雄 (Actor) | 王靜瑩 (Actor) | 余安安 (Actor) | 任世官 (Actor) 林青霞 (Actor) | 李 连杰 (Actor) | 王祖贤 (Actor) | 关 芝琳 (Actor) | 钱嘉乐 (Actor) | 李嘉欣 (Actor) | 袁洁莹 (Actor) | 李家鼎 (Actor) | 苑 琼丹 (Actor) | 于荣光 (Actor) | 刘洵 (Actor) | 高雄 (Actor) | 李子雄 (Actor) | 王静莹 (Actor) | 余安安 (Actor) | 任世官 (Actor) 林青霞 (ブリジット・リン) (Actor) | 李連杰(ジェット・リー) (Actor) | 王祖賢 (ジョイ・ウォン)  (Actor) | ロザムンド・クワン (Actor) | 錢嘉樂(チン・ガーロッ) (Actor) | 李嘉欣 (ミッシェル・リー) (Actor) | 袁潔瑩(ファニー・ユン) (Actor) | 李家鼎(リー・カディン) (Actor) | 苑瓊丹(ユン・キンタン) (Actor) | 于榮光 (ユー・ロングァン) (Actor) | 劉洵(ラウ・ション) (Actor) | 高雄(エディー・コー) (Actor) | 李子雄(レイ・チーホン) (Actor) | 王靜瑩(ジーン・ウォン) (Actor) | 余安安(キャンディス・ユー) (Actor) | Ren Shi Guan (Actor) Brigitte Lin (Actor) | 이연걸 (Actor) | 왕조현 (Actor) | Rosamund Kwan (Actor) | Chin Ka Lok (Actor) | Michelle Reis (Actor) | Fennie Yuen (Actor) | Lee Ka Ding (Actor) | Kingdom Yuen (Actor) | Yu Rong Guang (Actor) | Liu Shun (Actor) | Eddy Ko (Actor) | Waise Lee (Actor) | Jean Wang (Actor) | Candice Yu (Actor) | Ren Shi Guan (Actor)
Director: Ching Siu Tung 程小東 程小东 程小東 (チン・シウトン) 정소동
Producer: Tsui Hark 徐 克 徐 克 徐克(ツイ・ハーク) 서극
Blu-ray Region Code: All Region What is it?
Release Date: 2020-06-12
Language: Cantonese, Mandarin
Subtitles: English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese
Country of Origin: Hong Kong
Picture Format: [HD] High Definition What is it?
Sound Information: Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby TrueHD
Disc Format(s): Blu-ray, 25 GB - Single Layer
Screen Resolution: 1080p (1920 x 1080 progressive scan)
Video Codecs: AVC (MPEG-4 Part 10)
Rating: II
Publisher: CN Entertainment Ltd.
Package Weight: 200 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1091555974

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監製: 徐 克 導演: 程小東

笑傲江湖II 東方不敗 (1992)

李連杰、林青霞
關之琳、李嘉欣、袁潔瑩、李子雄
劉洵、任世官、錢嘉樂、余安安

故事大綱:
華山大弟子令狐沖(李連杰-飾)與師妹(李嘉欣-飾)往野店與任盈盈(關之琳-飾)會面,才得知盈盈父親-日月神教教主任我行失蹤,而右使東方不敗則暫代教主。原來野心勃勃的東方不敗(林青霞-飾)獲武林秘笈葵花寶典後,不惜自宮苦練,希望一統江湖,神功令他的外貌變得像女人模樣。一日令狐沖與東方不敗相遇,旋即一見鍾情,東方不敗礙於自己是男兒身,遂命愛妾黑暗中與令狐沖纏綿,而伺機夜襲野店,把一眾華山弟子殺掉,令狐沖得知真相後,決心上黑木崖與東方不敗決一生死……

東方不敗 風雲再起 (1993)

林青霞、王祖賢
王靜瑩、于榮光、劉洵 、高雄
李家鼎、苑瓊丹、任世官

故事大綱:
東方不敗死後,群雄借東方不敗之名自組勢力,天下大亂,當中竟有昔日愛侶-雪千尋(王祖賢-飾),她痴愛東方不敗以至不能自拔,欲再興日月神教。同時,錦衣衛顧長風(于榮光-飾)受朝廷委派探尋東方不敗死亡之謎。原來叱吒風雲的東方不敗(林青霞-飾)並沒有死去,黑木崖一役令「她」心灰意冷,故興起隱居念頭,顧長風力勸重出江湖以瓦解群雄爭霸危機,東方不敗的再起正掀起了另一個血腥風暴……
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Professional Review of "Swordsman 2-Movie Boxset Limited Edition (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)"

April 7, 2008

This professional review refers to Swordsman II
Like a great pop song that gets more profound with each listen, Swordsman II has more on its mind than ninjas riding giant throwing stars through blue-lit forests fighting whip-wielding women who fling snakes at them, but it does have plenty of that kind of thing to keep you entertained while you ponder its grander themes like the corruption of power.

Jet Li and Michelle Reis play two swordspeople who are retiring from the martial world because Li likes to drink all day and Michelle likes to scold him, and the two of them have a good thing going with this routine and want to keep at it with no outside interruptions except for their eight brothers who are retiring with them, but they all like to drink and scold as well, so this shouldn't be a problem for anyone. Unfortunately, one of Li's old flames, Ying (Rosamund Kwan), has had her father, Wu, kidnapped by the sketchy Sun Moon sect. Suddenly Li has been pulled into the midst of a power struggle that will play football with his heart and soul as he comes up against crazed minority spokesperson, Asia the Invincible (played with icy authority by Brigette Lin), and Ying's dad, who has gone insane from his years of confinement and torture at the hands of Asia. Wu wants revenge, and although Jet and his brothers don't want to help, you know how crazy people are: they can't take no for an answer. Needless to say, things get messy, and it's not just from the giant hooks Wu likes to whack into people's backs.

Ching Sui-tung and Tsui Hark are the Douglas Sirk and Ross Hunter of the martial arts movie, and Swordsman 2 is their masterpiece: Tsui's slick production style harnessing Ching's straight-from-the-id, free-association film making. Swordsman 2 unfolds like a beautiful nightmare, all the action adhering to a loopy logic, as affairs of the heart and soul are played out on a grand scale. It helps that Jet Li and Brigette Lin are perhaps the greatest pair of star-crossed lovers in all of moviedom. Aside from the obvious complications (he wants to retire, she wants to rule the world) they are further separated by the fact that they're both playing men. It's an interesting movie. To say the least.

by Grady Hendrix

April 25, 2005

This professional review refers to Swordsman II (US Version)

The ultimate Jet Li flick? Possibly. SWORDSMAN 2 (1992)

VCD version

Directed by: Ching Siu-tung Produced by: Tsui Hark Starring: Jet Li, Rosamund Kwan, Brigette Lin, Michelle Reis, Fennie Yuen Kit-ying, Chin Kar-lok, Waise Lee Chi-hung, Carina Lau

Like a great pop song that gets more profound with each listen, SWORDSMAN II has more on its mind than ninjas riding giant throwing stars through blue-lit forests fighting whip-wielding women who fling snakes at them, but it does have plenty of that kind of thing to keep you entertained while you ponder its grander themes like the corruption of power.

Jet Li and Michelle Reis play two swordspeople who’re retiring from the martial world because Li likes to drink all day and Michelle likes to scold him, and the two of them have a good thing going with this routine and want to keep at it with no outside interruptions except for their eight brothers who’re retiring with them, but they all like to drink and scold as well, so this shouldn’t be a problem for anyone. Unfortunately, one of Li’s old flames, Ying (Rosamund Kwan), has had her father, Wu, kidnapped by the sketchy Sun Moon sect. Suddenly Li has been pulled into the midst of a power struggle that will play football with his heart and soul as he comes up against crazed minority spokesperson, Asia the Invincible (played with icy authority by Brigette Lin), and Ying’s dad, who has gone insane from his years of confinement and torture at the hands of Asia. Wu wants revenge, and although Jet and his brothers don’t want to help, you know how crazy people are: they can’t take no for an answer. Needless to say, things get messy, and it’s not just from the giant hooks Wu likes to whack into people’s backs.

Jet Li and Brigette Lin are perhaps the greatest pair of star-crossed lovers in all of moviedom. Aside from the obvious complications (he wants to retire, she wants to rule the world) they are further separated by the fact that they’re both playing men. It’s an interesting movie. To say the least. Lin already had a long career behind her as a dramatic actress in the HKSAR and Taiwan when she made this film. Although the steely-eyed, sexually ambivalent Asia the Invincible became her best-known role, it took a bit of convincing on behalf of producer Tsui Hark to get her to take the part. He even waited until halfway through production before telling her that her voice would be dubbed by a man. Lin trusted Hark, however, and although she never quite understood the appeal of Asia the Invincible, she was game. She even jokingly worried that in her last scene she spewed so much blood that she would have none left for other movies. The VCD is definitely the way to go if you’re looking for picture quality, even over the DVD. It’s a letterboxed, clear image with next to no artifacting. Mandarin is on one track, Cantonese on another, but English speaking buyers should beware: this VCD has no subtitles.

Reviewer : Grady Hendrix (USA)

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Average Customer Rating for All Editions of this Product: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8.5 out of 10 (10)

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June 28, 2008

This customer review refers to Swordsman II (Remastered Version)
One of the Best Customer Review Rated Bad 9 - 9 out of 10
Without doubt one of the best film in the martial art /fantsy genre...visually stunning, great characterisation by Brigette Lin as Asia Invincible...sad poignant in parts, (Candce On has a nice minor part too). Greatplay between action/suspense and comedy...and some really creepy parts. The duel between the feminine , needles and the masculine, claws is a classic...I like this genre of movie where females are often as powerful as their male counterpart.
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March 26, 2007

This customer review refers to Swordsman II (US Version)
Visually colorful Customer Review Rated Bad 6 - 6 out of 10
You definately have to be a fan of wire work to enjoy this movie. Great physical posturing as the ever mesmerizing Bridget Lin can be. This definately is better than the original in the fact that you can actually follow most of the action sequences & story. The only reason this movie has replay value for me is due to my not being able to remember what I had seen...it doesn't make a lasting impression as some films do. (completing the trilogy with the East is Red is worth while if you enjoy this genre)
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January 28, 2007

This customer review refers to Swordsman II (DTS Version)
Tsui Hark Does It Again Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
In the sequel to Swordsman I again Tsui Hark makes a beutiful film that now years later when its finally is released digitally remastered, looks the way it always should have.

As the first one this ain't an all action filled film but a drama kind of film made with interesting battles as its of course made in HK, lots of wire-fu is involved in the film but its very well executed and looks really good!

If you liked the first film Im sure you will like this one and if you like this one you would own "east is red" the 3rd installment to make the collection complete.
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October 10, 2005

This customer review refers to Swordsman II (Remastered Version)
More exciting than the first! Customer Review Rated Bad 9 - 9 out of 10
For some reason, Hong Kong sequels aren't as notoriously dreadful as Hollywood sequels. Most of the cast seems to have been "updated", with a younger Jet Li playing the main role of 'Ling', the beautiful Rosamund and Michelle, and my favourite Brigitte Lin who plays the most intriguing role of a new character 'Asia Invincible' (or 'Dawn Invincible'). This is where the Sacred Scroll comes in, but it doesn't explain how they got it from Jacky Cheung's character in part 1. Anyway, I love the vocal soundtrack to this movie. Although the song 'Hero of Heroes' inspires a lot of gallantry, it seems to be a little overdone in this sequel. Some interesting martial arts moves, a little comedic humour and great costume designs. On a personally biased note, I think Brigitte Lin creates some amazing visions of beauty in this one!
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September 30, 2005

This customer review refers to Swordsman II (US Version)
Dong Fang Bu Bai & Sun Moon Sect Live Forever Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
Absolute must see & must own for serious Hong Kong Film enthusiasts. Excellent plot, acting & action. Very attention grabbing hyperactive movie. Ling Wu Chung, Kiddo & the Wah Mountain Boys continue their laughing retreat from the Jianghu world. The theme song will stay with you for a long time . Michelle Reis exudes plenty of sex appeal. Brigitte Lin's androgyny/transgenderism is magnetic. Rosamund Kwan plays Jet Li's love interest very well. Jet Li's turns in one of his best performances. A lot of HK & Western films were inspired by this great movie. This sequel surpasses even the original Swordsman movie.
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