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  • In The Mood For Love [2000] In The Mood For Love | DVD | (29/10/2001) from £9.48  |  Saving you £14.51 (60.50%)  |  RRP £23.99

    This Special Edition 2-disc set of 'In The Mood For Love' presents a vast and sumptuous array of the very best of director Wong Kar-Wai's selected additional features. The special bonus features will satisfy the longings for audiences who have been seduced by 'In The Mood For Love' and its timeless beauty style and sensuality. Hong Kong 1962. Chow (Tony Leung) is a junior newspaper editor with an elusive wife. His new neighbour Li-zhen (Maggie Cheung) is a secretary whose husband s

  • Hero [Blu-ray] Hero | Blu Ray | (19/09/2011) from £8.89  |  Saving you £16.10 (64.40%)  |  RRP £24.99

    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.

  • Project A 2 [DVD] Project A 2 | DVD | (19/03/2012) from £4.99  |  Saving you £13.00 (72.30%)  |  RRP £17.99

    Inspector Dragon Ma (Jackie Chan), a one-man army against organised crime, is forced into an unholy alliance with beautiful revolutionaries Lau and Cheung on his desperate quest for vengeance, dispensing the roughest of justice with extravagant aplomb...Once again Chan interweaves jaw-dropping, death-defying stuntwork with peerless fight choreography and a comic genius; another classic from the undisputed master! Special Features: Digitally re-mastered and restored DVD transfer 2:35:1 Anamorphic version enhanced for widescreen TVs Dual language format: Cantonese Language with re-mastered English subtitles and English Dubbed Dolby Digital 5.1 Audio Feature length audio commentary with Bey Logan Trailer Archive 'The Big Boss' : An interview with co-star Chan Wei-man 'Warriors Two' : An inside look at the action sequences with Bey Logan and Jackie Chan stuntman Anthony Carpio

  • In The Mood For Love [2000] In The Mood For Love | DVD | (16/04/2001) from £7.99  |  Saving you £12.00 (60.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Hong Kong 1962. Chow (Tony Leung) is a junior newspaper editor with an elusive wife. His new neighbour Li-zhen (Maggie Cheung) is a secretary whose husband seems to spend all his time on business trips. They become friends making the lonely evenings more bearable. As their relationship develops they make a discovery that changes their lives forever... In this sumptuous exploration of desire internationally acclaimed director Wong Kar-Wai creates a world of sensuality and longing

  • Hero [2002] Hero | DVD | (21/02/2005) from £2.74  |  Saving you £12.61 (70.10%)  |  RRP £17.99

    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

  • New Dragon Gate Inn [1992] New Dragon Gate Inn | DVD | (31/07/2000) from £7.05  |  Saving you £12.94 (64.70%)  |  RRP £19.99

    New Dragon Gate Inn is the DVD title of the 1992 swordplay adventure Dragon Inn, producer Tsui Hark's follow-up to Once Upon a Time in China and Swordsman 2 (both 1991). In the wake of the huge success of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon it is a film ripe for rediscovery. A pair of warriors (Brigitte Lin and Tony Leung), who only admit their love when it is too late, have to rescue two children from the clutches of a corrupt warlord. Fleeing through the vast, highly pictorial desert, they seek shelter in the isolated Dragon Inn run by the man-eating Maggie Cheung (traveller's tip, don't try the "mixed meat"). The scene is set for intrigue, romance and exhilarating wirework, as our heroes wait for the enemy to arrive in what is essentially the classic High Noon scenario. The build-up isn't always coherent, though that may have something to do with the subtitles, which are unnecessarily crude. Despite this the production values and high-flying fights are first-rate and the two actresses make the film, particularly the devilishly sexy Maggie Cheung. The final showdown in a desert storm is breathtaking.On the DVD: In the cinemas this was an absolutely gorgeous 2.35:1 widescreen film, which here has been reformatted to 16:9 TV ratio, sacrificing important visual information at either side and significantly damaging the stunning cinematography. Enough survives to indicate just how beautiful the complete images are, and the anamorphically enhanced 1.77:1 transfer is sharp and clean on exterior shots, though some of the dimly lit interiors display considerable grain. Although only mono the sound is full and free from distortion, providing a good showcase for the atmospheric score. The film can be watched with the original Mandarin soundtrack and English subtitles, or dubbed. Included is an interview with Donnie Yen and detailed text biographies of the two female stars. The music promo is Hong Kong Legends' own trailer, included together with five further trailers for other releases. The original theatrical trailer is also present, and no matter what screen setting it is played at, everything looks vertically compressed. However, change the DVD player setting from widescreen to 4:3 letterbox and the trailer plays in the correct 2.35:1 proportions, confirming how the film was really shot. Though the DVD packaging bills this edition of Dragon Inn as the full-length original version though there is no explanation of what footage has been restored from previous releases. --Gary S. Dalkin

  • The Iceman Cometh The Iceman Cometh | DVD | (25/07/2005) from £N/A  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £16.99

    Too cool for words! In 16th Century China Ming guard Fong Sau-Ching (Yuen Biao) relentlessly tracks the ruthless villain Fung San (martial arts legend Yuen Wah). After Fung San steals the priceless and magical Black Jade Buddha a titanic martial arts encounter atop a cliff ensues and is only ended when the two men tumble into a glacier where they are instantly frozen. Mistakenly thawed out four hundred years later Fong Sau-Chin must continue his pursuit of his quarry altho

  • As Tears Go By [1988] As Tears Go By | DVD | (24/01/2005) from £N/A  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Low-level triad big brother Wah (Andy Lau) has a hot-tempered little brother Fly (Jacky Cheung) who can't keep out of trouble and consequently is in constant need of being bailed out by his protector. Wah is super cool but lacks the ambition to rise in the ranks of the triad societies and once he meets his cousin (Maggie Cheung) and falls in love with her he decides he wants to leave the life. But it turns out that he has to bail out Fly one more time. And this time Fly may have gone too far....

  • Police Story [1985] Police Story | DVD | (24/09/2001) from £3.99  |  Saving you £6.57 (32.90%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Jackie Chan has become a genre unto himself, and watching Police Story, you'll understand why. The plot is minimal: Chan is a hero cop involved in a raid that goes wrong. He's assigned to guard a witness, the kingpin's attractive female secretary (Brigitte Lin). For the rest of the film, Chan's protecting himself from the secretary, from the gangsters out to silence her and from his own jealous girlfriend (Maggie Cheung). But watching Chan for plot is like watching porno for existential themes. While most modern action films steal cues from Westerns, Chan condenses those open mesas into the dense throngs of modern Hong Kong--and tosses in Buster Keaton slapstick. For example, when the opening raid goes haywire, there's an unbelievable car chase through the steep huddle of a hillside shantytown. That's through. No roads, just shacks. Flimsy shacks. As the film progresses, Chan scales a speeding bus using an umbrella, uses cow dung as an excuse to break into some Shaolin moonwalking and transforms an urban shopping mall into a demented gymnasium (think clothes racks, escalators, and lots of plate glass displays). Chan is amazingly versatile both physically and emotionally--and he's a secure enough star-director to let his co-stars shine, too. --Grant Balfour

  • Irma Vep [1994] Irma Vep | DVD | (31/03/2008) from £8.99  |  Saving you £11.00 (55.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Maggie Cheung (playing herself) has been cast by a once revered but now out of touch director as the latex-clad cat-burglar in his ill-fated remake of the French classic Les Vampires. From the moment she arrives in Paris chaos ensues until the director finally has a breakdown and is replaced by another who doesnt know why she was cast in the first place. Amidst all the confusion Cheung becomes drawn to her character and is soon pulling on latex and prowling her hotel corridors at night. This critically-acclaimed satire on the world of filmmaking is one of the freshest and coolest French films of the 90's.

  • Police Story 2 [1989] Police Story 2 | DVD | (25/03/2002) from £10.13  |  Saving you £9.86 (49.30%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Police Story 2 (1989) is one of those rare sequels that's more fun than its predecessor. Jackie Chan plays his usual rule-breaking cop, loyal to superiors that carp at the destruction he leaves in his wake but are prepared to take credit for every success he has. Here he finds himself up against vengeful gangsters whose plans he frustrated in the first of the series; but he also has to combat a ruthless team of extortionists with a taste for explosions both large and small--blowing up large buildings, turning people into human bombs and torturing people with firecrackers are all part of their repertoire. He has girlfriend trouble, too, since his fiancée is worried that he always puts the job first. Like its predecessor and the quasi-sequel First Strike (1996), Police Story 2 is transitional between Chan's early more fight-orientated Hong Kong movies and his later, blander Hollywood films. The fights and stunts here are most of the point of what is essentially a very good generic Jackie Chan vehicle; he takes on progressively larger groups of opponents, coping, for example, with a dozen gangsters armed with swords in a terraced garden by leaping from level to level and paying each opponent individual attention. The final fight in a fireworks factory is a Chan classic, depending as it does as much on the comedy of frustrating repetition as on daring stunts. --Roz Kaveney

  • Ashes Of Time Redux [Blu-ray] [2008] [DVD] Ashes Of Time Redux | Blu Ray | (26/01/2009) from £8.65  |  Saving you £11.34 (56.70%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Leslie Cheung, Brigitte Lin, Maggie Cheung, Tony Leung Chiu Wai, Tony Leung Kar FaiDirector: Wong Kar-Wai

  • Twin Dragons [1999] Twin Dragons | DVD | (29/04/2002) from £2.55  |  Saving you £12.44 (83.00%)  |  RRP £14.99

    For 1992's Twin Dragons Jackie Chan resurrects the old Corsican Brothers chestnut of identical twin brothers separated at birth who meet up as adults and discover that they share more than blood ties. Poor boy Chan is a mechanic and race-car driver whose black-market activities have made him the target of some nasty mobsters, while jet-setting Chan is a world-famous conductor back in Hong Kong for a concert. In the same vicinity for the first time in years, they can suddenly feel each other's pain, and more. As one Chan jumps a jet boat for a wild escape, the other becomes a victim of the furious ride, thrown around a posh restaurant while drenching his date with drinking water. The whole thing is overloaded with silly slapstick, Chan's incessant mugging and cartoonish mistaken-identity gags as the boys swap girlfriends and dance. But wade through the crude comedy and you're rewarded with a gymnastic free-for-all climax in a car-testing workshop, where Chan leaps over, under and through cars while taking on an army of gangsters before split-screen brothers team up for a bit of marionette martial arts. Tsui Hark and Ringo Lam co-direct, Tsui taking the comedy and Lam handling the action, and John Woo makes a cameo as a priest in the wedding finale. --Sean Axmaker, Amazon.com

  • Hero [DVD] Hero | DVD | (30/05/2011) from £3.28  |  Saving you £16.71 (83.60%)  |  RRP £19.99

    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

  • Clean Clean | DVD | (21/08/2006) from £2.07  |  Saving you £17.92 (89.60%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Emily Wang (Maggie Cheung) is a woman who wrestles with her dream of becoming a singer her fitness as a mother and daily life without her partner Lee (James Johnston). Her past is riddled with drugs and regrets the result of which left Lee dead in a desolate motel room in Hamilton Ontario and landed Emily with a six-month jail sentence. The only thing that she desires for the future is a loving relationship with her son Jay who is being cared for by Lee's parents Albrecht (Nick

  • Dragon From Russia [1990] Dragon From Russia | DVD | (24/02/2003) from £5.95  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £9.99

    Based on the Legend of Crying Freeman Dragon from Russia is a spectacular visually flamboyant 'Manga in motion' concept adventure from the director of 'Naked Killer'. An invincible killer the Crying Freeman is the most skilled assassin of the Secret Chinese Society 'The 108 Dragons'. Once an ordinary artist with a passion for life and love he was kidnapped by the society's leader the Dragon Master and trained in the deadly arts of the sect. His memory erased he has no recol

  • Police Story [DVD] Police Story | DVD | (01/08/2011) from £5.24  |  Saving you £12.75 (70.90%)  |  RRP £17.99

    Regarded by fans and critics alike as the apex of Jackie Chan’s celebrated career, Police Story breaks new ground with its breathtaking fights and incredible stunt sequences.Featuring a top-notch cast, which includes multi-award-winning actresses Brigitte Lin & Maggie Cheung, director Chan combines a compelling storyline of an honest cop on the run from a false murder charge with dynamic visuals and full-blooded fight action which is electrified with emotional underscoring.In the case of this particular project the price of excellence was high, with many of Jackie’s elite stunt team being seriously injured during the course of principal photography. The opening bus sequence alone sent 4 stunt players to hospital for a long term vacation, and Jackie has been unable to get insurance coverage for any of his Hong Kong projects ever since.One of the most influential films ever to come out of Hong Kong, Police Story is now fully restored and digitally re-mastered for its premiere UK DVD release. A fitting tribute to one of the best loved action-adventure stars of all time!

  • Days Of Being Wild [1990] Days Of Being Wild | DVD | (24/01/2005) from £8.82  |  Saving you £11.17 (55.90%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Hong Kong 1960. In a sweltering hot summer York (Leslie Cheung) an amoral disillusioned and cruel young man is kept in luxury by his foster mother a retired courtesan who gives him everything but the one thing he needs to know; the identity of his natural mother. A self-obsessed man desperately seeking his true identity York plays carelessly with his lovers a lonely submissive bargirl (Maggie Cheung) and a beautiful club hostess/dancer (Carina Lau) and his friends before leaving them all for Taiwan in search of the truth that has been denied and may ultimately destroy him...

  • Ashes Of Time Redux [2008] Ashes Of Time Redux | DVD | (26/01/2009) from £6.95  |  Saving you £9.04 (56.50%)  |  RRP £15.99

    In ancient China on the edge of a vast desert swordsman Ouyang Feng (Leslie Cheung) lives the life of a vagabond controlling a network of deadly assassins. Pitiless and cynical his heart has long been wounded by a love he neglected then lost. But as seasons friends and enemies come and go he begins to reflect back upon the origin of his solitude. Action-packed and visually dazzling with an all-star cast of Hong Kong cinema greats and extraordinary cinematography by Christopher Doyle Ashes of Time Redux is the ultimate edition of Wong Kar Wai's long-lost martial arts classic brilliantly re-cut and remixed for the 21st Century.

  • Eagle Shooting Heroes [1993] Eagle Shooting Heroes | DVD | (09/02/2009) from £2.89  |  Saving you £13.10 (81.90%)  |  RRP £15.99

    The Eagle Shooting Heroes is Wuxia comedy at it's absolute best! A parody of Jin Yong's novel of the same name puts together a complex plot snappy performances musical numbers and lots of action.

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