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Guns N' Roses

Guns N' Roses



Lei Jia-yin, a street hustler, is arrested and learns he is in jail with a freedom fighter. He plans to sell him out and make a lot of money until he is dragged into a plan to steal a fortune.
Initial release: April 23, 2012
Director: Ning Hao
Running time: 108 minutes
Music composed by: Jiang Yongjun, Nathan Wang
Screenplay: Zheng Xiaoyang, Xing Aina, James Yuen, Wang Hongwei, He Ruirui, Xiaojun Yue

Curse of the Golden Flower

Curse of the Golden Flower



Curse of the Golden Flower is a 2006 Chinese epic drama film written and directed by Zhang Yimou.

With a budget of US$45 million, it was at the time of its release the most expensive Chinese film to date, surpassing Chen Kaige's The Promise.[1] It was chosen as China's entry for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film for the year 2006;[2] but did not receive the nomination. The film was however nominated for Costume Design. In 2007 it received fourteen nominations at the 26th Hong Kong Film Awards and won Best Actress for Gong Li, Best Art Direction, Best Costume and Make Up Design and Best Original Film Song for "菊花台" (Chrysanthemum Terrace) by Jay Chou.[3]

The plot is based on Cao Yu's 1934 play Thunderstorm (雷雨 pinyin: Léiyǔ), but is set in the Imperial court in ancient China.

Bodyguards and Assassins

Bodyguards and Assassins



Bodyguards and Assassins is a 2009 Hong Kong historical action film directed by Teddy Chan, featuring an all-star cast, including Donnie Yen, Nicholas Tse, Tony Leung Ka-fai, Leon Lai, Wang Xueqi, Simon Yam, Hu Jun, Eric Tsang, Cung Le and Fan Bingbing.

Operation Billionaires - Simon Yam

Operation Billionaires - Simon Yam



Director: Ng Yiu-Kuen
Producer: Lee Siu-Kei, Ng Chi-Hung, Chan Wa
Writer: Lee Siu-Kei
Cast: Simon Yam Tat-Wah, Sherming Yiu Lok-Yi, Law Koon-Lan, Patrick Tam Yiu-Man, Raymond Tso Wing-Lim, Parkman Wong Pak-Man, Ng Chi-Hung, Ng Ting-Yip

  This quickie film chronicles the based-on-reality exploits of Cheung Tze-Keung, a kidnapper who made large headlines by only kidnapping the children of wealthy tycoons. As this film was released, his trial was starting. Think of this film as one of those “Amy Fisher” movies, as the filmmakers were clearly trying to capitalize on the free publicity. Laughably, they even included a disclaimer that the film wasn’t based on any real persons, dead or living. To protect the guilty, they change Cheung Tze-Keung’s name to Cheung Chi-Ho (played by the dependable Simon Yam). 
     Director Ng Yiu-Kuen unabashedly paints a favorable picture of the “Big Spender,” as Cheung Chi-Ho is a righteous and good - even though he’s a kidnapper. He loves his wife (Sherming Yiu), is loyal to his men, and even tells kids not to play in the street. That things spiral out of control is not his fault - it’s just jiang hu, as his partners and followers only serve to muck things up. As cheap entertainment, the film is all right, as the first forty minutes are quite interesting. However, it loses steam shortly after that as the film can’t decide what to do with Cheung. This is understandable as Cheung’s trial had not been concluded, but it doesn’t help the film much. This is an OK time killer, but nothing to write home about. (Kozo 1998)

Shanghai Calling (2012)

Shanghai Calling (2012)

 


Shanghai Calling is a 2012 American romantic-comedy film written and directed by Daniel Hsia and produced by Janet Yang. Starring Daniel Henney, Eliza Coupe, and Bill Paxton, Shanghai Calling is a story about a group of Americans who find themselves immigrants in a foreign country.

Dear Enemy

Dear Enemy 2013



Dear Enemy (simplified Chinese: 亲密敌人; traditional Chinese: 親密敵人) is a 2011 Chinese romantic comedy film which sets its background in financial industry. It represents how bankers conduct the act of mergers and acquisitions. During this process, a pair of lovers, serving for two warring investment banks and having broken up half a year ago, get back together.

Main actors[edit]
Amy (played by Xu Jinglei)
Female, 30 years old, an investment bank official. When Derek, her boyfriend, is busy with work and ignore her too much, she takes the lead in breaking up bravely. Half a year later, when reunited, what she has to face is not only the competition between Derek and her but also her hidden love's coming back.

Derek (played by Stanley Huang)
Male, 30 years old, an investment bank official. With high IQ and low EQ, he is a real workaholic. Having no time to accompany girlfriend, they break up formally. However, he still cannot understand what on earth Amy is unsatisfied with when meeting again. The girl, once the lover, has become his strongest rival. As for him, he has never put away his love in the deep heart.

Rebecca (played by Gigi Leung)
Female, 30 years old, assistant of Derek, and also a friend of Derek and Amy. She is the typical confidante. Though loving Derek for many years, she never tells Derek and keeps it hidden deeply in heart.

Silent Witness

Silent Witness 



Tycoon Lin Tai's daughter Lin Mengmeng becomes the murder suspect of his father's fiance Yang Dan. Her defense lawyer Zhou Li and prosecutor Tong Tao gains in-depth understanding through cross examinations in court. Who is actually the murderer of Yang Dan?

Cast
Sun Honglei as Lin Tai
Aaron Kwok as Tong Tao
Yu Nan as Zhou Li
Deng Jiajia as Lin Mengmeng
Zhao Lixin as Sun Wei
Ni Hongjie as Su Hong
Tong Liya as Li Xiaoni
Chen Sicheng as Director Chen
Cica Zhou as Yang Dan

Just Call Me Nobody

Just Call Me Nobody



Just Call Me Nobody (大笑江湖) is a 2010 comedy-martial arts film directed by Kevin Chu. The film is about a bumbling cobbler (Xiao Shen Yang) who becomes a martial arts master.

Starring Xiao Shen Yang
Kelly Lin
Banny Chen
Zhao Benshan
Eric Tsang
Jacky Wu
Xiao Xiao Bin

Scarred Memory - Simon Yam

Scarred Memory (Simon Yam)



Underrated psychological thriller/triad drama.

Director: Raymond Leung Pun-Hei
Cast: Veronica Yip Yuk-Hing, Simon Yam Tat-Wah, Farini Chang, Gilbert Lam, Almen Wong Pui-Ha, Peter Ngor Chi-Kwan

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