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The Heavenly Kings (2006)

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Plot: Four Heavenly Kings is about four semi-famous actors (Daniel Wu, Andrew Lin, Terence Yin & Conroy ‘BaBa’ Chan) whom decide to form a boy band – “ALIVE”, although only really Terence can sing. With the help of computer technology they manage to make a plausible track “Adams Choice”, they try and get a contract going with a big music company. The company offers them a contract, but they a 10 year contract and 50% of all the money they make.

None of them want to do this for the next ten years so they instead they come up with a rather in-genius plan to make them famous. Although with their fame growing and with band arguing amongst themselves, can ALIVE survive? Read the rest of this entry »

The Blacksheep Affair (1998)

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Plot: Yim Dong (Chiu Man Cheuk) is cop dedicated to his job, one day disobeyed orders during a hijacking and killed the leader of the hijackers (Hung Yan-Yan). With Yim carelessness he is reposted in the East European country of Lavernia. Upon arriving in Lavernia he is reunited with an old work colleague, Hung (Ken Wong).

When leaving the train station Yim & Hung and up battling and arresting a Japanese Cult leader, Keizo Mishima (Andrew Lin). Keizo was responsible for the Tokyo Train Station Gas Attack earlier in the year. Yim slowly settling into his new surroundings he meets his childhood sweetheart, Tammy (Shu Qi). Tammy fled from China a couple years back after war broke in Tiananmen Square. She too now lives in Lavernia and feels blessed to be reunited with her ‘knight in shining armor’.

But now Yim finds out the Lavernian Minister is linked with Keizo and he wants his leader back or the Chinese population in Lavernia will fall… Read the rest of this entry »

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