The martial world can be a dirty, grimy place of gory violence, and that can warrant a Category III classification. It did, in the case of the 1993 Wuxia film The Assassin. With Sleazy K and The Great Lord Joshua Regal. Read More
Tag: Rosamund Kwan
After having no real action requirements placed on him in Fruit Punch and Wicked City, Leon Lai has to go to action-work in Frankie Chan’s Fun And Fury. Also, Leon and Jacky Cheung fight over the affection of Rosamund Kwan as cop and triad respectively in With Or Without You. With Kenny B and Phil G. Read More
Andy Lau takes on Ni Kuang’s creation, the adventurer Wesley in Andrew Lau’s The Wesley’s Mysterious File. Cue uncomfortable silence. Also to finish off the series on “the other Wisely films”, we take a look at A Tale From The East from 1990 where the creator plays his creation. With Kenny B, Paul Fox and Kevin Ma of the East Screen West Screen podcast.
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00m 00s – Intro/The Wesley’s Mysterious File reception
17m 15s – The Wesley’s Mysterious File review
63m 12s – A Tale From The East review
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Welcome back to the George Lam Defaming Sessions! It’s here we determine whether George Lam is Lam… or Lame. Movies chosen for judgment: Banana Cop which sees George play a British Born Chinese and has adventures with a criminal in London played by Teddy Robin Kwan while searching for another. Also, he’s a stupid vampire having stupid romance with not so stupid Rosamund Kwan in A Bite Of Love. ALSO set in London. With Kenny B and Phil G of Eastern Film Fans.
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Plot: Johnny (Lau Ching-Wan) and the ‘La Brassiere’ gang return for more sticky situations.
Johnny and Lena (Gigi Leung) have been hired by the president of a Japanese baby production company known as ‘B&B’, the wealthy Japanese business man has bought the when he discovers that his wife is pregnant. It’s now up to Johnny and Lena to design and produce the very best baby product that money can buy.
Johnny seeks help from his old buddy Wayne (Louis Koo). Wayne is a little bit of a playboy but he finds himself happy with his current girlfriend and now work colleague – Lena. He loves her despite her little quirks (her frequent use of the phrase “Huh” and late in the movie “Grr…like this”).
The three amigos admit they don’t really know the first about babies so they decide to hire Japans leading baby expert – Boey (Cecilia Cheung). Boey has a special talent which allows her to communicate with the babies. She also wants to help cure Wayne’s fear of babies.
Johnny finds himself in need of a personal assistant so he hires the clumsy and breathless – Sabrina (Rosamund Kwan). At first both he and Wayne made fun of the poor woman until loving flame ignites between the two. Problems occur when Johnny’s ex-girlfriend Samantha (Carina Lau) returns to the scene.
With relationships on the fritz and the all their test projects going horribly wrong, can the group sort everything out in time? Read More