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Keep Calm and Be A Superstar (2017) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Li Rong Hao (Actor)
| Eason Chan (Actor)
| Li Yi Tong (Actor)
| Wilfred Lau (Actor)
Superstar singers Eason Chan and Li Ronghao team up onscreen for the comedy Keep Calm and Be a Superstar. Directed by Vincent Kok (Two Wrongs Make a Right), the showbiz crime action comedy casts Li Ronghao as the straight man, an undercover detective, to Eason Chan's preening action star. With Chan's character being a thinly veiled parody of Jackie Chan, Keep Calm and Be a Superstar packs in many insider jokes and satirical jabs about the entertainment industry.
A huge fan of Hong Kong police films since childhood, Tiezhu (Li Ronghao) dreamed of becoming a police officer, but couldn't because of his asthma. Instead, he became a private detective. His latest case brings him to Hong Kong to tail a celeb. Somehow, he gets roped into going undercover for the police to investigate his idol, international action star Bao (Eason Chan). The police suspect that Bao may be involved with a Thai drug lord and using film shooting as a cover for illegal activities. To clear Bao's name, Tiezhu accepts the mission and joins the film set. Contrary to his heroic onscreen image, Bao turns out to be a mediocre martial artist with terrible acting skills, much to Tiezhu's disappointment. Bao, however, thinks highly of Tiezhu after the latter saves him from an onset accident, and even promotes Tiezhu to a supporting role in his film. The closer Tiezhu gets to Bao, the closer he gets to both the truth and the risk of being exposed.
Double Fixation (1987) (Blu-ray) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region All
Yon Fan (Director)
| Cherie Chung (Actor)
| Jacky Cheung (Actor)
| Wong Siu Fung (Actor)
Yon Fan's 1987 Hitchcock homage Double Fixation employs the same Chinese title as Spellbound and a noir romance story reminiscent of Vertigo. Jacky Cheung, in one of his earliest film roles, plays the beleaguered hero whose life is thrown asunder by murder, mystery and the double allure of Cherie Chung.
Photographer Jacky (Jacky Cheung) encounters a woman in red (Cherie Chung) on the street and he is instantly drawn to her. Soon after, he gets embroiled in a murder case due to an antique orb he was asked to take pictures of. Cherie helps save him, but she gets killed by an assassin. Lost and distraught, Jacky runs off to America. In San Francisco, he meets another woman named Jacqueline who looks exactly like Cherie.
This edition comes with special features including director's message, trailer, time gallery, music video, Cherie Chung photo gallery and clippings.
Two Wrongs Make a Right (2016) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Ronald Cheng (Actor)
| Fiona Sit (Actor)
| Vic Chou (Actor)
| Jacky Cai (Actor)
Two Wrongs Make a Right in the feng shui-themed laughfest directed by funnyman Vincent Kok (House of Wolves)! Taiwan heartthrob Vic Chou (S Storm) and Hong Kong stars Fiona Sit (Girls) and Ronald Cheng (The Four) headline the zany comedy about finding love and luck in the most unlikely of places.
Renowned feng shui expert Qin Rui (Vic Chou) forecasts that he will soon experience a serious misfortune. The only way to ward off this crisis is to keep a naturally unlucky person at his side to serve as a human shield. After meeting He Peipei (Fiona Sit), Qin Rui knows that he has found the ideal candidate for his shield. He courts Peipei as a way to keep her close by, but unexpectedly develops real feelings for her. However, it seems their fates do not match and Qin Rui's luck actually worsens after falling in love with Peipei. It turns out that everything was engineered by rival feng shui master Ximen Ding (Ronald Cheng), and Peipei's appearance is Qin Rui's true crisis.
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