Posts Tagged ‘Andy Lau’

Cast From The Past: Podcast On Fire 17 – Super-Impose Me

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The next Cast From The Past (a series of shows lost from our iTunes feed and website) from 2008 features Stoo, Kenny B and Scott Napier. Talking last movies watched (including Ken-crap and normal movies like Warlords), we further the discussion on action performers who never broke out and what makes a good dvd presentation according to the hosts. Cops And Roobers gets a tribute by Ken in the Underrated Films-Segment as well.

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Podcast On Fire 167: Running On Karma & Flirting Scholar

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In this episode we all find out if we’re gonna die soon by pumping iron and watching each other’s karma auras.  And we laugh. It’s easy to draw the conclusion therefore that we’re covering 2003’s Running On Karma by Johnnie To & Wai Ka-fai and the Stephen Chow box office smash Flirting Scholar by Lee Lik-chi. Kenny B and Tom K-W are at hand to discuss with returning co-host Hong Kong Dave!

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Podcast On Fire 162: As Tears Go By & Mad Detective

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Mixing vintage Hong Kong cinema of the recognizeable kind rather than us going for obscure only has been our tac this year but the programmer of this episode Dr. Lam brings Kenny B and Tom K-W a slice of current too. First up is our review of Wong Kar-wai’s debut movie, the triad-romance As Tears Go By from 1988 and second is Lau Ching-wan’s welcome back party into the fold of Milkyway Image in the form of Johnnie To’s and Wai Ka-fai’s Mad Detective.

Ken’s note. Audio gets a little low on my end at points for some reason. Sorry about that.

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Podcast On Fire 154: A Moment Of Romance & Bullet In The Head

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Remember the summer of 1990 when two action-drama and romance classics came out and that you were left devastated after each one? If you did (and even if you didn’t), here’s your chance to relive some of that through Kenny B’s and Tom K-W’s discussion on Benny Chan’s A Moment Of Romance and John Woo’s Bullet In The Head. Dr. Lam is also at hand, providing two separately recorded reviews and check out his show specific doodles in the show links! Pardon the audio quality of these two segments.

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Podcast On Fire Network Bonus Episode 9: Members Only Archive Dusted #1

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Bringing the old forum exclusive Members Only section to the bonus episodes, for this first look into its archive, we go back to Podcast On Fire 10 and the additional 20 minutes Stoo, Kenny B and Mike Banner cut from the main show. Among other things contained in these bits is random banter, friendly ribbing containing topics such as who’s the better Twin out of Charlene Choi and Gillian Chung, does Ken have any fan website and we look at the still amazing you tube clip of Andy Lau leaping off stage to aid a fan who’s being roughed up by security guards. You can too by going to this url: tinyurl.com/andybox

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Cast From The Past: Podcast on Fire 10: Andy Lau = Saviour

One of the early episodes lost to some website issues, we’re re-posting it while at the same time adding the cut conversations and outtakes previously only available on the forum as a BONUS EPISODE. So get the full context with Stoo, Kenny B and Mike Banner as they talk of suiitable introductory movies when it comes to Hong Kong cinema, books, Taiwanese war movies and an hour in a tipsy Mike gets abuse.

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Podcast On Fire 140: Milkyway Treasures FINALE – A Hero Never Dies, Running Out Of Time & The Mission

Bringing the Milkyway Treasures to a close, Kenny B and Tom K-W have a big Johnnie To-90s-A-Thon with A Hero Never Dies, Running Out Of Time and The Mission.

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Running times:
00m 00s – Intro/A Hero Never Dies Review
41m 27s – Running Out Of Time Review
71m 43s – The Mission Review

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