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200 Pounds Beauty

200 Pounds Beauty 醜女大翻身



200 Pounds Beauty (Hangul: 미녀는 괴로워; RR: Minyeoneun Goerowo; lit. "Hard to be a beauty") is a 2006 South Korean comedy film based on a Japanese manga, Kanna-san, Daiseikou Desu (カンナさん大成功です!) by Yumiko Suzuki. The story is about an overweight girl who undergoes extreme plastic surgeries to become a pop sensation. The film was a financial success, earning approximately $45 million against its $4 million budget.[1] It was also critically well-received, winning Best Actress for Kim Ah-joong and Best Cinematography for Park Hyeon-cheol at the 2007 Grand Bell Awards, together with nominations for Best Film and Best Director. The film received 6,619,498 admissions nationwide becoming the 3rd highest grossing Korean production of the year.[3]

Confucius - Chow Yun-fat

Confucius (孔子)



Confucius (Chinese: 孔子) is a 2010 Chinese biographical drama film written and directed by Hu Mei, starring Chow Yun-fat as the titular Chinese philosopher. The film was produced by P.H. Yu, Han Sanping, Rachel Liu and John Shum.

Production on the film began in March 2009 with shooting on location in China's Hebei province and in Hengdian World Studios in Zhejiang.[4]

The film was scheduled to screen later in 2009 to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China, as well as the 2,560th birthday of Confucius himself.[4] However, the release date was later moved to January 2010.

Assembly

Assembly (集结号)



In this true story, in the midst of the Chinese Civil War, Gu Zidi (Zhang Hanyu), a captain in the People's Liberation Army, fearlessly leads his brave troops into battle against the fearsome National Revolutionary Army. After a brutal showdown near an old mine, Gu awakens in a hospital and is told his men face disgrace, since none can be found. Determined to see that his soldiers -- who he is certain perished in battle -- are given their proper due, Gu sets out to uncover their remains.
Initial release: December 20, 2007 (China)
Director: Feng Xiaogang
Running time: 125 minutes
Budget: 16 million USD
Screenplay: Heng Liu

A World Without Thieves - Andy Lau

A World Without Thieves 天下无贼



A huge hit in China, this fast-paced drama follows a con man (Andy Lau) and his equally cunning girlfriend (Rene Liu), who head through western China after swiping a shiny new BMW from a gullible businessman. After a chance encounter with a carpenter (Ge You), a trusting young man who is traveling with his entire life savings on the inland bound train leaving Tibet, the couple decide to run a series of scams, with rather unintended results for everyone involved.


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.
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