Director Wang Feng (Carry On Conmen) gets back into the madness with Old Mr. Funnybone (Wang Sham) back in this belly-splitting sequel to the wildly popular live action version of Hong Kong's most beloved modern cartoon character. This time, Mr. Funnybone's nice-but-dim sidekick, Big Potato (Ngai Tung-kwa),opens an old fashioned Chinese clinic, but finds that his traditional approach to health and medicine is not welcomed in ultra modern Hong Kong. His treatments actually seem to be driving business away, no matter how hard he tries.. there's only one thing to do... Mr. Funnybone to the rescue!
Costume drama auteur Li han-hsiang adapts thee erotic and mystic tales from the Chinese classical literatures and visualizes them on screen into an instant cult classic. Starring the hottest stars Tien Ni, Hu Chin, Chen Ping, Yang Chun, and Yueh Hua, the stories span across time from the Tang to Ming dynasties, filled with exotic characters such as emperors, concubines, monks, and fortune-tellers, intertwined in a world of adultery, lust and greed. Costume drama buffs should not miss it.
Young love and its comedy of errors. Hsiao Fang, played by Li Ching, is a spunky young girl not afraid to fight back against hooligans. Unfortunately, she mistakes the handsome Ma Ta-hai, for one such hoodlum. The two are immediately attracted but refuse to admit their true feelings. The real hooligans are from a rich family led by a devious Madam who devise a revenge plot. With plot twists, mistaken identities, along with some terrific musical numbers, romance has never been this much fun.
Lei Kung, the leader of the Boxer Clan in Yunnan, dissolves the clan to save his disciples before going into self-exile. The Clan sends various assassins to kill him but failed. They then assigned Kung’s brother Yong to find and kill Kung, leading to a battle between the two brothers.
Liu Chia Liang, Liu Chia Yung, Kara Hui, Gordon Liu
Like legendary director Chu Yuan did so often and so successfully, Chang Peng Yi adapted this film from a story by Ku Lung. Following the footsteps of the equally legendary Chang Cheh, Chang also casted the majestic Ti Lung, along with "Venoms” Lo Meng and Sun Chien, for a spectacular showcase of mystical Martial Arts World’s intrigue and consummate Kung Fu.
Stephen Chow takes on the role of delivery boy for a fast food joint, and Hong Kong's comedy diet is never quite the same. A top blockbuster of 1994, LOVE ON DELIVERY delivers laughs, romance, and kung-fu as only Chow can. He's a combination of Charlie Chaplin and Bruce Lee when, under the tutelage of sidekick Ng Man-tat, the mild mannered delivery boy becomes a Chinese boxing ace. He vanquishes the enemy and wins the heart of the voluptuous Christy Chung. How can she, or anyone, resist the sight of Chow dressed like Garfield the Cat? Asian audiences gladly surrendered to Chow, making LOVE ON DELIVERY one of the biggest Chinese New Year hits of the '90s.
Young swordsman Lung Fei encounters strange omens portending the death of his fiancé. His enquiries with the help of Chief Constable Tieh Hu reveal an astounding story, in this tale of men and women struggling to save their true loves.
A Chinese man (Liu) marries a Japanese woman through an arranged marriage and manages to insult all of her Japanese martial arts family by issuing a challenge to her that is misinterpreted by the others. He must then prove how good Chinese Kung Fu really is through a series of duels with the seven Japanese martial artists who come to meet the challenge!
Shaw Brothers pulled out all the stops to make this star-studded magnificent drama. Fan Chia-soo (Kwan Shan) is a kind-hearted student who is smitten with Shen(Li Li-hua), a heart-rending love song singer. The General's henchmen are determined to present the songstress to their superior as a gift no matter what. Fan receives aid from an unexpected person just in time to save the woman he loves...
Cheng Pei-pei was Hong Kong's first and most celebrated Queen of Kung-fu where her on screen performances set all the standards for future female martial arts stars like Michelle Yeoh. Lady Of Steel is a high plains drifter adventure where Cheng Pei-pei plays a swordswoman on a mission: to find the bandits that killed her parents and save the country from foreign invaders. Cheng Pei-pei's success garnished international acclaim with her Jade Fox character in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.
Derek Yee is a magic solar baby sent Earthbound by a benevolent god, raised by an old carpenter, has martial art superpowers and "green kryptonite" loses them during solar eclipses. That's when the evil baby counterpart shows up. Demon-paced martial arts action by Jackie Chan's kung-fu classmates Yuan Pin and Yuen Hua compliments Toho Studio style special optical effects.
An elderly landowner marries the young Dai Nan to keep his inheritance away from his unscrupulous nephew before he dies. When Dai Nan brings along the deed to meet his other nephew, a series of amusing incidents happen with this “young” auntie, the nephew and his son. Kara won Best Actress in the first Hong Kong Film Awards for her role as Dai Nan.
Liu Chia Liang , Kara Hui, Hsiao Hou , Wang Lung Wei
Perfectly cast as a woman impersonating a man, Ivy Ling Po - who has made a career in Huangmei Opera playing male roles - is the tomboyish daughter of a general who has grown up fooling everyone that she is a boy. Like Yentl forced into disguise, Pei-ngo (Ivy Ling Po) maintains her masculine facade for the freedom she isn't allowed as a girl. Her act is so good, she has fooled her two closest schoolmates for years. However, her mother believes she has reached an age to contemplate marriage. Which one of her schoolmates will she accept? And how will Pei-ngo break the news to them that she is a girl? Complicating things further, another girl wants to marry the cross-dressed Pei-ngo. It's another historical period triumph with terrific Huangmei Opera music to charm and delight.