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.
Get out your swords! Cheng Pei Pei is the heroine equipped with a bad temper and great marital arts; she will not let anything, let alone a man, get in her way! The bandits of Hulu Valley slay the chief of the Mei Clan while searching for a treasure map. In retaliation, the Mei's clan's top swordsman, Feng-chun (Chen Liang) infiltrates the bandit's fortress hideout in anticipation of a surprise attack by a larger force, only to find himself falling in love with the bandit leader's strong-willed daughter, Pearl, also known as Red Chilli (Cheng Pei-pei)! Mei Clan's plot is eventually uncovered, but they receive unexpected aid from The Red Chili after she discovers the hidden truth about her past.
An evil clan plans a discord so as to dominate the martial arts world. Their masked assassins massacre another clan and one of the assassins is arrested and brought to trial at a tribunal of all the clans. What judgement will they make and can they uncover the truth?
Tu Meng Fei makes his way to the world after completing his kung fu training. En route, he rescues Mu Wan Erh and Li San Nan from a band of thugs and later learnt of a 20-year conflict between the evil Thunder Gang Chief Leng Tian Lei and the Dragon Sect. Mu’s lost father is none other than the Thunder Gang Chief, who also killed Li’s father…
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...
The Emperor orders Feng to find proofs of Master Tian’s rebellion in his house. Feng falls in love with Tian’s granddaughter and marries her. When he finds the proofs and tries to leave with her, his wife is killed in the fight against Tian. Feng creates the mantis-style martial arts and vows to avenge her death.
David Chiang, Gordon Liu, Lily Li, Huang Hsing Hsiu
Japanese director Inoue Umetsugu takes on the glitzy world of nightclub performers in The Yellow Muffler. The film depicts the struggle of two singing sisters, Ching-ping (Irene Chen I-ling) and Pai-hung (Betty Ting Pei) and ends when they are cast in a new movie.
Betty Ting Pei, Tsung Hua, Paul Chin Pei, Irene Chen
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
From director Lo Chen comes The Shepherd Girl, a heartwarming 1963 musical from Shaw Brothers! In this musical drama, Julie Yeh Feng stars as Hsiu Hsiu, a beautiful shepherd girl who falls in love with a handsome boatman named Liu Ta-lung (Kwan Shan). Unfortunately, she cannot afford to marry him because her father has a tower of debt due to gambling. To complicate the matter, a rival suitor promises to pay off all her father's debts on one condition: that Hsiu Hsiu marries him. She initially declines, but jealousy gets the better of her when she assumes Ta-lung is flirting with another woman. In retaliation, she starts flirting with her possible husband-to-be. What she doesn't know is that her jealousy is based on an actual misunderstanding!
Jien Chiu and Bai Yu Tong are equally matched rivals in martial arts. Bai saves the emperor one day but did not believe his identity. Jien rescues the emperor later and gets promoted to the royal guard. This angers Bai and he attempts to jeopardize Jien’s position by stealing the imperial jade seal. Luckily, Jien is able to reclaim the seal with his skills.
Asian fans of Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon recognized that its director Ang Lee was actually inspired by director Chu Yuan and novelist Ku Lung's wonderful tales of a "martial arts world" where all wushu warriors try to attain the "Deer Sword" and escape from the insidious maze-like "Toy Land." Master kung-fu choreographer Tang Chia leads the king and queen of Shaw - Ti Lung and Lily Li - to engage in a fascinating and entertaining swordplay adventure of consummate swordsmen and sorceresses.
Yen Tzu-fei (Ling Yun) is a college and martial arts student. A letter from his father tells him that Japanese financier, Nomura (Ching Miao) plans to seize the family mine and forest lands, and that Ichimura (Chan Shen) has been instructed by Nomura to use force against him. Yen's father asks him to return home and help resist the threats. Once home, Yen introduces Kuan Yueh-hua (Ching Li), who he met during the journey home, to his family, and the attraction he previously felt for her, grows. Later, Kuan Yueh-hua discovers that her father is plotting with the Japanese to get Yen Chien-kuang's property. Nomura and Ichimura hire professional killers to murder Yen Tzu-fei.