Films in the Cantonese language
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No Image for 1911: REVOLUTION
Certification15 Our Rating
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2046 (2004)
Certification15 Our Rating
Chow Mo Wan is a man whose painful past has left him wary of love. Now committed only to a lack of commitment, Chow embarks on a series of affairs that promise to fulfil little more than his carnal desire. The majority of Chow's passion is devoted to his Science Fiction novel, a tale of characters travelling on a train to the future in order to reclaim their past. Set in the 1960s and following on from Wong Kar-Wai's passionate but ephemeral ‘In The Mood For Love', 2046 is a ravishing tale of lo find out more...
No Image for A BETTER TOMORROW
Certification18 Our Rating
John Woo's first film has all the hallmarks of his later brand of violent, choreographed gunplay. A revenge actioner with Chow Yun Fat as Mark, who teams up with his imprisoned friend's brother, a cop, to defeat his previous bosses, the notorious yakuza crimelords. Action packed. find out more...
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Certification18 Our Rating
Woo uses his talent for creating incredible non-stop mayhem in this explosive sequel. See the carnage begin and the body count rise as hero Ken Gor returns to Hong Kong to avenge the murder of his friend's daughter. But can he match the evil antics of those dastardly Triad gangsters? Spectacular! find out more...
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Certification18 Our Rating
Ning Tsai-Shen, a humble travelling tax collector, arrives in a small town, but, the inns all being full, he ends up spending the night in the haunted Lan Ro temple. There he meets Taoist swordsman Yen Che-Hsia, who warns him to stay out of trouble, and the beautiful Nieh Hsiao-Tsing, with whom he falls in love. Unfortunately, Hsiao-Tsing is a ghost, bound for all eternity by a hideous tree spirit with an incredibly long tongue that wraps itself round its victims and sucks out their life essence find out more...
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Certification18 Our Rating
Ling Choi Sin, having just lost the woman he loves, finds the haunting he suffered has now traversed its literal bonds and cast a figurative shadow over his heart. As he continues to long for Siu Sinh and, upon finding himself back in those eerie woods where they first met, he is once again surrounded by ghosts. find out more...
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Certification12 Our Rating

Scrooge is a miserly old businessman in 1840's London. One Christmas Eve he is visited by the ghost of Marley, his dead business partner. Marley foretells that Scrooge will be visited by three spirits, each of whom will attempt to show Scrooge the error of his ways. Will Scrooge reform his ways in time to celebrate Christmas?
Well-received version of an extremely familiar morality tale.

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No Image for A MAN CALLED HERO
Certification15 Our Rating
A storyline about indentured Chinese labourers struggling to establish a Chinatown in New York with a brief prolofue in China and a flashback to Japan to establish our hero's kung fu credibility. A Man Called Hero has some stunning fight sequences and is one of Honk Kong's highest ever grossing films. find out more...
No Image for AS TEARS GO BY
Certification18 Our Rating
Hong Kong's hippest 90s director's film debut, a disturbing story of a fight for survival in a lawless Kowloon. Ah Wan is heavier than his rivals but weakened by his undying loyalty to useless sidekick Fly, a loyalty which torpedoes his moment of salvation, the arrival of his beautiful adoring rural cousin. Mean Streets HK style. find out more...
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Certification15 Our Rating
In ancient China, on the edge of a vast desert and living the life of a vagabond, swordsman Ouyang Feng controls a network of deadly assassins. Pitiless and cynical, his heart has long been wounded by a love he neglected then lost. But as seasons, friends and enemies come and go, he begins to reflect back upon the origin of his embittered solitude. 'Ashes of Time ‘Redux'' is a timely re-working of Wong Kar Wai's early martial arts epic and in a style of movie making that most of us westerners ar find out more...
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Certification15 Our Rating

Legendary martial artist Bruce Lee is the subject of this thoughtful documentary by Lee aficionado John Little.

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No Image for BULLET IN THE HEAD
Certification18 Our Rating
Three young Hong Kong hustlers move to Saigon to try and profit, smuggling penicillin and gold, from the war, but their friendship is tested to the limits through greed, betrayal and lust, amid the horrors of a war-torn Vietnam. Comparable to the 'Deer Hunter', this violent epic is the most ambitiously personal and political of John Woo's films, but still comes packed with guns, explosives and balletic action. find out more...
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Certification18 Our Rating
Dynamo Michelle Yeoh stars as a loyalist, who attempts to keep the King's empire from being overthrown by a revolutionary group, in this adrenalin charged swordplay fantasy choreographed by Chin Sui-Tung. Fight sequences include people running up walls, using footballs as deadly weapons and shredding their opponents within seconds. A fantastic example of the genre, top fight action. find out more...
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Certification12 Our Rating
Two supremely stylish stories from Hong Kong's hottest new director. In the first, a lonely cop becomes inadvertently involved with a drug-smuggling femme fatale. In the second a lovelorn cop is oblivious to the advances of a besotted waitress...till she takes the bull by the horns. Great fun! find out more...
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Certification12 Our Rating
Jackie Chan plays a martial arts mercenary on the trail of a runaway rich girl in this fast-paced unarmed combat comedy. With his high-kicking secretary never far behind, the freelance fighter takes on international terrorists, virtual reality video game characters and pretty much everyone else! find out more...
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Certification18 Our Rating
A dedicated cop (Chow Yun-Fat) infiltrates a murderous gang of jewel thieves and is badly injured in a bungled heist, leaving him at the mercy of his "colleagues" as they get ever closer to discovering the truth. The ending of the film provided the inspiration for Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs. find out more...
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Certification18 Our Rating
Jackie Chan plays a police man assigned to track down kidnappers, unaware that his partner is also a villain. Blazing through incredible stunts, car chases and brutal rooftop brawls (not forgetting the heart attack victim brought back to life with jump leads and a revving engine!), we see Jackie the maverick cop in full throttle to bring this case to its final and bloody conclusion. With non of his normal comic routines this is the best pure thriller Chan has ever starred in. find out more...
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Certification15 Our Rating
An extremely stylish and beautifully shot story of wasted youth and existential cool set in steamy sixties Hong Kong. A rich young man takes a trip in search of his true identity leaving behind his emotionally devoid life of luxury and his two entrancingly beautiful mistresses... find out more...
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DIM SUM (1985)
CertificationU Our Rating
A sympathetic and well observed study of a Chinese family in San Francisco exploring the culture clash between them and Asia. This film took the Cannes film festival by storm find out more...
No Image for DRUNKEN MASTER
Certification15 Our Rating
The early Jackie Chan masterpiece that introduced his comic style to the world. Chan is sent to train under his loathsome wine-guzzling uncle, escapes, but after a hair-raising incident in the outside world, must return to his uncle to learn more...... find out more...