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No Risk, No Gain - Alan Tam

No Risk, No Gain - Alan Tam



No Risk, No Gain is a 1990 Hong Kong comedy film directed by Jimmy Heung and Taylor Wong and starring Alan Tam, Andy Lau and Natalis Chan. This film is the second installment of Casino Raiders.

Cheung San Ho forces Ray to Macau to compete with him in gambling and has Ray to go to Macau to wait for his arrival. Coming back from the United States to Hong Kong in search of his cousin, he was swindled by con artists Big Dee and Leslie Mo, whom take his gambling stake and VIP card (an identification given from Cheung to Ray). The two counterfeit Ray's supreme identity (Leslie acts as Ray while Big Dee acts as his bodyguard) to Macau for gambling. Not long later, Ray catches up and catches them, but decided to let Leslie to impersonate him. Unexpectedly, Yeung Sing and Yeung Chun has evil intentions, planning to murder the three of them, and then frame Cheung. When Yeung Sing brings his three henchmen to kill them, Yang Chun and Cheung arrives and Chun kills Sing. Cheung apologises to Ray for this incident, while Ray suggests Big Dee and Leslie to take part in the gambling competition, which Cheung agrees. During the final round of the competition, due to Cheung and Ray's rivalry for snipe and the clam, it allows Big Dee to get all the spoils of a small card to become the big winner. But after the game, Yeung Chun reveals his true self: he wanted to takes his boss Cheung's spot and hires Big Fool to kill him, but Big Fool and did not listen to Chun because he is actually Ray's longtime friend. In the end, Yeung Chun gets his punishment. After that, Ray returns to the United States while Big Dee makes a deal with him that in a year later, he will truly beat Ray again at the gambling table

Starring Alan Tam
Andy Lau
Natalis Chan
Chen Song Yong
Michelle Reis
May Lo
Christine Ng
Shing Fui-On
Anthony Wong

Bio Zombie - Jordan Chan

Bio Zombie - Jordan Chan



Bio Zombie is a 1998 Hong Kong zombie comedy film, starring Jordan Chan. It spoofs George A. Romero's Dawn of the Dead and shows many similarities to Peter Jackson's Braindead. Wikipedia
Initial release: June 11, 1998
Director: Wilson Yip
Running time: 94 minutes
Music composed by: Peter Kam
Screenplay: Siu Man Sing, Matt Chow, Wilson Yip

The Lucky Guy - Stephen Chow

The Lucky Guy - Stephen Chow



The Lucky Guy (行運一條龍) is a 1998 Hong Kong comedy film directed by Lee Lik-Chi (李力持) and starring Stephen Chow, Sammi Cheng (鄭秀文), Daniel Chan (陳曉東) and Shu Qi.

"Lucky" Coffee Shop is well known for its egg tarts and tea. Waiter Sui, named as Prince Egg Tart, attracts lots of girls but only loves Candy. He and his friends, Nam, and Fok, all have love problems. At the same time, the coffee shop may collapse since the landlord is increasing the rent tremendously. Let's see how the lucky guys of the shop can revert this situation...

Stephen Chow - Ho Kam Sui (Prince Egg-Tart)
Ng Man-tat - Mr. Li
Eric Kot - Fook
Daniel Chan - Ah Nam (Shin Chan)
Sammi Cheng - Candy Yip Yuk Fun
Kristy Yang - Fanny
Shu Qi - Fon Fon
Vincent Kok
Sandra Ng
Lee Kin-yan
Lee Siu-kei
Tin Kai Man
Wong Jing
Wong Yut Fei
Joyce Chan

The Crazy Companies II - Andy Lau

The Crazy Companies II - Andy Lau



The Crazy Companies II (最佳損友闖情關) is a 1988 Hong Kong comedy film directed by Wong Jing starring Andy Lau, Sandra Ng and Natalis Chan.

Andy Lau - Tsui Ting-kwai
Natalis Chan - Tam Sad-Chiu
Stanley Fung - Frank
Lawrence Ng - Robery Cheng
Charlie Cho - Sau Hau-Kei
Shing Fui-On - Wut Yuan
Carol Cheng - Falishanna
Rosamund Kwan - Niko
Chingmy Yau - Kimmy
Sandra Ng - Dorlina
Chan Fai-hung
Jamie Chik
Hui Ying-Sau - Tsui Ying-sau
Lau Siu-Ming - Fok Ka-tung
Albert Lo - Manager Law
Law Lan - Kimmy's mum
Michael Miu
Pak Yan - Niko's mum
Joan Tong Lai-Kau - Happy
Wong Sen
Yip Wing-Cho - Wut Tak-king
Yung Sai-Kit - Tsui Ting-Fu

Future Cops

Future Cops - Streetfighter 



Future Cops (Chinese: 超級學校霸王; pinyin: Chāojí Xuéxiào Bàwàng; Literal Title:Super-School Tyrant) is a 1993 Hong Kong action-comedy film loosely based on the Street Fighter video game franchise.

It was the second live-action film to feature characters from the Street Fighter series, the first being City Hunter starring Jackie Chan, which was also directed by Wong Jing, but released 6 months earlier. The following year the official Street Fighter motion picture was released, starring Jean-Claude Van Damme.

Initial release: 1993
Director: Wong Jing
Running time: 95 minutes
Adapted from: Street Fighter
Genres: Martial Arts Film, Chinese Movies, Thriller, Action Film

Cast
Andy Lau
Jacky Cheung Hok-yau
Aaron Kwok
Chingmy Yau
Dicky Cheung (Chan Tai-Hung)

Mr. & Mrs. Incredible

Mr. & Mrs. Incredible



Plot

A husband and wife, who are retired superheroes, deal with married life, but get drawn back to their superhero ways when a nationwide martial art championship comes to their town ...

Profile

Movie: Mr. and Mrs. Incredible
Chinese: San Kei Hap Lui (神奇俠侶)
Director: Vincent Kok
Writer: Vincent Kok, Min Hun Fung
Producer: Peter Chan, Jo Jo Yuet-chun Hui, Peter Tsi
Cinematographer: Peter Ngor
Release Date: February 3, 2011
Runtime: 100 min.
Language: Cantonese
Country: Hong Kong

Cast

Louis Koo
Sandra Ng
Chapman To
Bo-Chieh Wang

Honesty

Honesty



Ren is that guy- overly-benevolent veterinarian Moses- who stands to inherit a US$25 million fortune. When nightclub hostess (Cecilia Cheung) learns of the fortune, she tries her hardest to win his affections- and his money- with her womanly wiles. But she has to also contend with competition from Moses' unscrupulous nephew Barry (Ho-Yin Wong) and fiancée Mimi (San-san Lee) who are after a bit of spending money for themselves.

Cast

Richie Ren - Moses Tsang
Cecilia Cheung - Didi
San-san Lee - Mi
Pinky Cheung - Barry's mum
Prudence Kao
Eric Kot - Romeo
Hawick Hau-Wai Lau - Bug
Alice Lee - Nurse
Johnson Lee
Sze-Chit Lee - Allan Chu
Sammy Leung - Beggar
Fung Li - Barry's mum
Louisa Ng
Chapman To - Failure Fai
Tian-lin Wang
Eva Wong
Ho-Yin Wong - Barry
Yat Tung Wong - Suzuki
Kitty Yuen

Profile

Movie: Honesty
Chinese: 絕種好男人 (Chuet chung ho nam yun)
Director: Jing Wong
Writer: Jing Wong
Producer: Tiffany Chen, Jing Wong
Cinematographer:
Release Date: May 30, 2003
Runtime: 100 min
Language: Cantonese
Country: Hong Kong
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