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Chinese Movies


Farewell My Concubine

Price: 18.99

Farewell My Concubine


Tarcy's Lazy New Life

Price: 17.99

Tarcy's Lazy New Life


Exhibition Vol. 1

Price: 14.99

Exhibition Vol. 1


Lee So Ra Vol. 3

Price: 13.99

Lee So Ra Vol. 3


H.O.T - 99 Live in Seoul

Price: 14.99

H.O.T - 99 Live in Seoul


Love, Day After Tomorrow (Japan Version)

Price: 14.49

Love, Day After Tomorrow (Japan Version)


Dear Magnum Colleciton 1999 (Japan Version)

Price: 43.99

Dear Magnum Colleciton 1999 (Japan Version)


Pom Pom (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)

Price: 10.99

Pom Pom (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)


Mr. Boo Meets Pom Pom (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)

Price: 10.99

When franchises meet, hilarity ensues. The Pom Pom tag team of Richard Ng and John Sham collide with Hong Kong comedy king Michael Hui for Mr. Boo Meets Pom Pom. Since the name Mr. Boo was originally coined for the Japanese releases of a number of Michael Hui hits, including Teppanyaki and The Private Eyes, Mr. Boo Meets Pom Pom marks the first time the franchise title has been applied to an actual Hong Kong film starring Hui. Mr. Boo (Michael Hui) is a top forensics expert for the cops, and teams with Chou (Richard Ng) and Beethoven (John Sham) to help win back his wife. She's been taken to Japan by a slimy jeweler (Stuart Ong), and Mr. Boo needs a combination of his intellect and Pom Pom's frantic, zany energy to beat the bad guys! Light on plot, but heavy on comic charm and outrageous antics, Mr. Boo Meets Pom Pom is a hilarious Hong Kong action-comedy classic.


Park Hyo Shin Vol. 1 - Things That I can not do for you

Price: 13.99

Park Hyo Shin Vol. 1 - Things That I can not do for you


Drunken Tiger vol.2 - The great rebirth

Price: 13.99

Drunken Tiger vol.2 - The great rebirth


97BT99 (Japan Ver.)

Price: 35.49

97BT99 (Japan Ver.)


Shoso Sutorippu (Japan Version)

Price: 32.49

Shoso Sutorippu (Japan Version)


Rave Fever (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)

Price: 10.99

Infernal Affairs co-director Alan Mak helms Rave Fever, an offbeat and wildly entertaining comedy set in the flashy world of underground rave parties. Don (Mark Lui) is a harried yuppie whose search for a mysterious woman named Sonia leads to bizarre and possibly dangerous situations! The morning after the two share a one night stand, Sonia disappears, but Don still has her filofax. Retracing his nocturnal steps, he meets a boatload of quirky characters who either know - or have known - the mystery woman. He also meets the seductive Nicole (sexy Jaymee Ong), who enjoys multiple partners and may not be on the up-and-up. The filofax leaves Don's hands and ends up with Ashley (Yoyo Mung), who falls for the handsome, but troubled Steven (Terence Yin), who evidently was Sonia's former flame. Soon Ashley comes to believe that Sonia may be the victim of foul play - and all signs point to oddball partygoer Gordon (the hilarious Sam Lee)! Is Ashley dead? What does Nicole know? And is Gordon really a bloody murderer? The answers are surprising and unexpected in Rave Fever, a stylish and sexy comedy that's undeniably creative, irretrievably cool, and breathlessly entertaining!


Poppoya-Railroad Man (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)

Price: 10.99

Get out a box of tissues and prepare to cry your eyes out over this touching tale about a railroad man, played by Takakura Ken, who lives alone at the end of a railway line in Hokkaido, pondering his life. Teen idol Hirosue Ryoko also stars in this charming movie, directed by Furuhata Yasuo.


DJ DOC Vol. 5 - The Life...Doc Blues

Price: 13.99

DJ DOC Vol. 5 - The Life...Doc Blues




 




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