Posts Tagged ‘1993’
Plot (Universe): The Perverse lawyer Chuck Chi-Shing (Mark Cheng) is fascinated by a sexy advertisement starring two top models, Yau Yuk-Nam (Chingmy Yau) and Chu Kit-Man (Jaqueline Ng). He arranges the perfect ‘rape plan’ against Chu. Next he kills her and designs a plot that makes it seem like a suicide case.
When Yuk-Nam realizes that the Chu, her best friend, was tortured to death, she decides to use her body to allure the murderer into a trap… Read the rest of this entry »
Plot: The leader of the Red Flower Society – Chan Jianlo (Adam Cheng) discovers that he is of royal blood, relating himself to the emperor, but there’s no evidence apart from a sacred box contanining the proof that he needs, but the box was seized from him by the Japanese when he was child. With the Japanese returning the box to the Emperor, Chan sends a group members from the Red Flower Society to retrive the box before the Emperor could get his hands on it.
The plan goes wrong when ‘green’ member Fong Sai-Yuk (Jet Li) tries to warn a young woman of the dangers ahead, but she happens to be Emperors daughter – leading the Japanese. During the battle, the Emperors daughter falls for Sai-Yuk and the Japanese get away the box. The Society send Sai-Yuk into competition to win the hand of the Emperors daughter, once winning the competition Sai-Yuk must retrive the box for Chan or else he will have all his Kung Fu destroyed! Read the rest of this entry »
A Group of five men all leading different life styles come together forming a cult to kidnap a corrupt businessman, Wong Yat-Fei. The group is led by Raymond Hung (Kent Cheng), a lead detective in Organised Crime & Triad Bureau. The other four are Ng Kwok-Wah (Chung Fat) head of Wo Lok Tong triads along with his brother Ng Kowk-Yan (Ken Lo). Simen Ting the director of Xing Ha Brokerage & Yen Chi-Sheng the CEO of ‘Red Star Cooperative’.
The reasons for this vast crime is of the dream that their actions will bring them great wishes…
Wong Yat-Fei has suspected this kidnapping, he believes in a sixth sense which has brought his business great success in the past. Although people believe that Yat-Fei is being too over protective as he was kidnapped in the past.
Inspector Chan (Jackie Chan) has been been given the case to protect Wong. After a false alarm Chan actually a labour dispute between Wong and his workers. But later that day the real deal happens and Chan is at a race against the clock to save him and his wife… Read the rest of this entry »
Plot: Ryu Saeba (Jackie Chan) is the number one guy when it comes to being a private detective and professional girl chaser, with his partner Makimura (Michael Wong). They make a indestructable duo, until Makimura dies! In Makimuras last words he plays with Ryu to look after his younger sister Kaori (Joey Wong). Although Makimura only has one request, “Keep your hands off her!”.
Saeba agrees with Makimura, until he notices that Kaori is a stunner! Saeba holds a strong face and treats her more of a sister than a girlfriend, yet she is mad for him!
One day Saeba is approached by Mr. Imamura, head of the Imamura Newspaper Company. His daughter, Kiyoko ran away after a family desput, leaving Saeba on a trail to bring her home.
Ryu Saeba ends up on a luxury cruise with Kiyoko and Kaori too has come along, but with her puny twat of a cousin. Which is quite sick when you find out he is in love with her!
Little do they know that the cruise is being taken over by Cornel MacDonald (Richard Norton) and his group of masked terrorists. Although Saeba isnt the crime fighter aboard! Tramp Kao-Ta (Leon Lai) is a fast handed card slinger. There is also sassy cop (Chingmy Yau) and her no-brained big breasted side kick! With this fighting force, they plan on putting MacDonald behind bars, before its too late! Read the rest of this entry »
Plot: Boys Are Easy is a wacky romantic comedy about a father (Richard Ng) encouraging his three daughters to get married before he dies of testicular cancer. First of all, he is really lying, this fake illness is a plan by him and his son (Jimmy Lin) to encourage the daughters to marry.
Daughter number one, Ching Siu-Tung (Brigitte Lin) is a tomboy ass kicking cop. At the start of the movie she is battling against the wild gun slinging Wild Dog (Ken Lo). She manages to arrest him with the help of the King of the Gigolo Karaoke – Tse Sai (Tony Leung). Siu-Tung decides to pay Tse Sai a wealthy sum for him to act as her boyfriend for the six months.
The second daughter, Ching Siu-Nan (Maggie Cheung) is a Care Worker, to whom is set up with one of her patients sons, her son is a crazy Triad named Wu Ying (Jacky Cheung). Although Wu Ying has a alterative motive for dating Nan. His Triad leader has chosen him to murder the famous cop ‘Ching Siu-Tung’.
The youngest daughter Siu Sze (Chingmy Yau) is a young doctor. One of her regular patients (really regular, twice a week!) attempts to set her up with her son, Chi Ko (Ekin Cheng). Chi Ko is a 27 year old virgin from the USA, he spent his years studying. She declines and forgets all about it. Later in the evening she goes for a work out at the gym, where a group of rowdy teens mistake her as a prostitute. The teens force Chi Ko to pay her for a quick session. Siu Sze decides to play along with Chi Ko. It turns out that Chi Ko doesn’t want to sleep with her, so he tells her to take the money and just tell the guys what they want to hear.
Siu Sze decides to date Chi Ko for being such a gentleman, but she is still playing along that she is a whore, coming up with a story about her being raped as a child and working on the streets since she was able. this leads into some funny scenes between Chi Ko and her uncle (Wu Fung), who was claimed to have raped her. Read the rest of this entry »
Plot (Wide Sight Entertainment): Moon Lee, Yukari Oshima, Cynthia Yang, and Michiko Nishiwaki are the four butt-kicking girls-with-guns in this action-packed cult classic! Mainland China agent Chin (Yang) slips into Hong Kong in search of national treasure antiques suspected to have been smuggled into the island. Her investigation gets complicated when a Japanese spy (Oshima), her partner (Nishiwaki), and a mysterious woman (Lee) all want the antiques for themselves. With explosive firepower action and knockdown climactic fight featuring all four ladies, “The Avenging Quartet” is one femme fatale action thriller you can’t afford to miss! Read the rest of this entry »
Back Cover Contents: With Jackie Chan making a cameo appearance in a hilarious fight scene (in drag!), the undoubted star of this movie is Michelle Yeoh; James Bond’s latest sidekick in ‘tomorrow never dies’.
Michelle reprises her role as inspector Wah from the awesome ‘police story 3’ and is assigned to Hong Kong to work with the Task Force set up to counter a cross border crime-wave. Read the rest of this entry »