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Brotherhood of Blades: The Infernal Battlefield (2017) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Mini Yang (Actor)
| Chang Chen (Actor)
| Zhang Yi (Actor)
| Lei Jia Yin (Actor)
In 2014, the wuxia film Brotherhood of Blades starring Chang Chen as a swordsman in the imperial secret police turned into a critical and commercial hit. Three years later, director Lu Yang and Chang Chen return for the prequel Brotherhood of Blades: The Infernal Battlefield. Produced by Ning Hao, the film lives up to its predecessor with its riveting mix of martial arts action, court intrigue and power struggle during the late Ming Dynasty. King Shih Chieh reprises as the notorious power-hungry eunuch Wei Zhongxian, while Mini Yang (Tiny Times) and Zhang Yi (Dearest) join in new roles.
In the Battle of Sarhu in 1619, the Ming army was defeated by insurgent Jin forces. On that infernal battlefield, Shen Lian (Chang Chen), one of the few surviving Ming soldiers, rescues Lu Wenzhao (Zhang Yi) from death. Eight years later, Shen has become a lieutenant in the secret imperial guard under commander Lu. Powerful eunuch Wei Zhongxian (King Shih Chieh) orders the assassination of a dissident artist named Bei Zhai, whose paintings Shen happens to collect. Much to Shen's surprise, Bei Zhai turns out to be a young woman (Mini Yang) that he had met before. In the moment, he steps up to save her, accidentally killing his fellow lieutenant in the process. Shen tries to cover up the incident, but a mysterious group of assassins uses the incriminating secret to threaten him into burning the Imperial Archives. On the run from both the imperial guard and the assassins, Shen acquires evidence that points to a conspiracy against the throne.
Wolf Warrior II (2017) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Wu Jing (Writer, Actor, Director)
| Celina Jade (Actor)
| Wu Gang (Actor)
| Frank Grillo (Actor)
Opening in July 2017, the Wu Jing-directed and -starring action thriller Wolf Warriors 2 swept the box office at record-breaking pace to become China's highest-grossing film of all time. The first Wolf Warriors was a sleeper hit in 2015, earning strong reviews and a box office gross of 545 million yuan. The sequel beat the first film's total box office in less than three days and ended its stunning run with a gross of 5.67 billion yuan, over two billion yuan more than Stephen Chow's Mermaid. Wu Jing's rousing thriller delivers relentless action and bravado heroics in spades, from hand-to-hand combat and shootouts to car chases, explosions and even tank showdowns.
Wu Jing reprises as former special operations soldier Leng Feng, who has been discharged from the army after a violent confrontation with real estate goons. While Leng is in jail, his fiancée disappears during an operation. His search for her brings him to a war-torn African country where he settles in to local life. The country is suddenly thrown into heightened turmoil when rebel forces team with foreign mercenaries to launch a large-scale insurrection. Though he has the chance to safely evacuate, Leng chooses to re-enter occupied territory in order to rescue trapped compatriots and refugees, and lead them out of the danger zone against all odds.
Wine War (2017) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Leon Lai (Actor, Director)
| Zhang Han Yu (Actor)
| Du Juan (Actor)
| Wang Yao Qing (Actor)
Pop king Leon Lai makes his directorial debut with the crime action film Wine War. Leon himself co-stars with award-winning actor Zhang Hanyu (Manhunt) in the France-set mystery thriller involving old friends, vineyard feuds and a wine recipe that dates back to the days of Kublai Khan.
Childhood buddies Zhang Shui (Zhang Hanyu) and Waley (Leon Lai) lived at the same orphanage when they were young. Waley was adopted to France and grew up into a wine connoisseur while Shui stayed in China and never amounted to much. Years later, Shui suddenly travels to France and asks for Waley's help to bid for a bottle of red wine called "The God of Wine." At Chateau Khan, Waley encounters the beautiful and mysterious auction organizer Yvonne (Du Juan) and buyers Lu (Huang Shanghe) and Fang (Wang Yaoqing), a brutish tycoon who is connected to Zhang. What seems like a simple auction turns out be an elaborate ruse that quickly turns dangerous.
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