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Aftershock | DVD | (27/12/2010)
from £5.05 | Saving you £6.20 (31.00%) | RRP
Infernal Affairs III | DVD | (26/09/2005)
from £4.47 | Saving you £9.37 (62.50%) | RRP
10 months after the murder of Chen Wing Yan (Leung) the investigation is closed with the conclusion that Ming (Lau) successfully took out the Triad's mole. Relegated to a benign office job and his marriage over a new star enters the IA team in the form of the up-and-coming Superintendent Yeung whose meteoric rise mirrors that of Ming. Suspecting that Yeung is a mole like he was Ming begins to investigate the new hot-shot... Involving a complex flashback narrative binding the new
Aftershock | DVD | (27/02/2012)
from £4.69 | Saving you £1.30 (21.70%) | RRP
Chinese disaster film based on events surrounding the 1976 earthquake in Tangshan, which took the lives of 240,000 people. In the aftermath of the devastating quake, a widowed seamstress (Xu Fan) must choose which of her brother-and-sister twins will be saved after rescuers find them pinned down by a single concrete block. She chooses her son, Fang Dan (Chen Li), unaware that her daughter Fang Deng (Jingchu Zhang) has in fact also survived the ordeal. The film then follows the divergent lives of the two siblings from this point until their eventual reunion in the Sichuan earthquake of 2008.
Hero | Blu Ray | (14/09/2009)
from £10.98 | Saving you £13.01 (54.20%) | RRP
One man will challenge an empire... In pre-Imperial China feared warrior Nameless (Jet Li) is granted an audience with the ruler of the most powerful of the seven warring kingdoms (Chen Daoming). Posing as a minor official Nameless sets about his mission of revenge by relating the tale of how he defeated the three most fearsome of the ruler's adversaries. However nothing is as it seems and Nameless is placed in great personal peril as the king suggests a very different version of events which brought him to the palace... Filled with breathtaking wirework-enhanced martial arts sequences from action choreographer Ching Siu-Tung ('New Dragon Gate Inn' 'A Chinese Ghost Story') truly sumptuous cinematography from the legendary Christopher Doyle ('In The Mood For Love') and an expressive traditional score from Tan Dun ('Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon') Zhang Yimou's elegant epic features an intriguing 'Rashomon' style flashback structure that will keep the audience guessing until the very end. The most expensive movie ever made in China and a blockbuster upon its' theatrical release in the U.S. 'Hero' showcases the outstanding talents ofa multi-award winning cast including the pairing of Tony Leung and Maggie Cheung as star crossed lovers the coquettish Zhang Ziyi ('Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon') as a feisty apprentice venerated Chen Daoming lending gravitas as the Emperor-in-waiting and real-life martial arts masters Donnie Yen and Jet Li who co-designed perhaps the greatest duel ever committed to celluloid. Nominated for both an Oscar and a BAFTA 'Hero' is an exceptional example of Asian cinema and really is one of the best looking films ever made. - The Guardian.
Hero | DVD | (24/08/2009)
from £1.98 | Saving you £-3.90 (-21.70%) | RRP
Director Zhang Yimou brings the sumptuous visual style of his previous films (Raise the Red Lantern, Shanghai Triad) to the high-kicking kung fu genre. A nameless warrior (Jet Li, Romeo Must Die, Once Upon a Time in China) arrives at an emperor's palace with three weapons, each belonging to a famous assassin who had sworn to kill the emperor. As the nameless man spins out his story--and the emperor presents his own interpretation of what might really have happened--each episode is drenched in red, blue, white or another dominant color. Hero combines sweeping cinematography and superb performances from the cream of the Hong Kong cinema (Maggie Cheung, Irma Vep, Comrades: Almost a Love Story; Tony Leung Chiu-Wai, In the Mood for Love, Hard Boiled; and Zhang Ziyi, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon). The result is stunning, a dazzling action movie with an emotional richness that deepens with every step. --Bret Fetzer
Infernal Affairs 3 | DVD | (28/01/2013)
from £4.40 | Saving you £7.02 (54.00%) | RRP
Ming (Andy Lau) and Tan (Tony Leung) lead parallel lives: Ming is a Triad mole in the police department; Yan is a police stooge in mob boss Sam&prime;s (Eric Tsang) Triad Gang. Both men have a desire to put their false lives behind them and to take their rightful place in a society that eludes them One night during a police raid to bring down Sam's Empire the two men&prime;s paths finally cross. Both the police and the mob soon realise that there is a mole amongst them and a deadly game of cat and mouse ensues. In this race again time nobody is safe and the lives of everyone involved becomes threatened. In the meantime Superintendant Wong (Anthony Wong) does his best to keep Yan&prime;s secret safe but how long can the men&prime;s hidden lives remain undiscovered