Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon could be called "Swordswomen Two." Three decades earlier, Shen Yi, Essie Lin Chia, and Pan Ying-tzu took on Shaw's first international superstar, Lo Lieh for the Han Family Sword - making this a four-star treat for action fans.
Shen Yi, Essie Lin, Pan Ying-tzu, Chang I, Lo Lieh
Two Con Men is a wonderfully twisted, pseudo-romantic comedy in the vein of "Robin Hood" meets "The Sting". Starring Liang Tien as Clever Chan and Chang Ying (who's done over 400 films) as Tricky Ching, it's the age-old competition between a rookie con artist versus the ultimate, experienced flimflam man. It's a game Chen cannot afford to lose, because people's lives - including his own, hang in the balance of good versus evil.
Three young doctors pursue three hard-to-get beauties in this romantic film set in the 70s “a-go-go” era. They have no idea where to start and use Rock-paper-scissor method to match themselves with the girls. The tactics and tricks they use are hilarious and they have to reshuffle their plans when nothing leads to success!
A young singer Hsiao Yun becomes an overnight sensation after standing in for another singer at the eleventh hour. Her success comes at a heavy price however, when her love with a pianist suffers. On top of this, Hsiao Yun must also deal with the unwanted affections from an influential backer of her show.
Released two years after its star's suicide, the sequel to the original box office hit becomes all the more moving because of it. Set during World War II, the movie follows a singer who searches battle-scarred China for her lover, who is entangled with Japanese invaders, communist insurgents, and a warlord's beautiful daughter.
Su is a schizophrenic who refuses to believe that her pilot lover is killed in a plane crash and makes up stories to deal with things. She runs into an old classmate Lai, who is also a doctor one day, and he finds ways to treat her illness. Su slowly recovers and accepts the reality, as well as her newfound love.
Tycoon Zhou is a playboy who is engaged to be married, but that did not keep him from working his charms on as many ladies as he can. He keeps a diary about his romantic escapades and soon, the women with whom he has been intimate with are being murdered one by one. Zhou becomes the number one suspect by the police but is the killer someone else?
Chin Han, Tina Ti, Fang Ying, Margaret Tu Chuan, Fanny Fan
A vicious Japanese judo expert wants to prove that Chinese are the “sick people of Asia” and sets out to sabotage and kill the best martial artists in dangerous tournaments. To save his son from this, the head of Ping Pai Boxing Institute sends him to the mountains to learn the powerful Thunderbolt Fist technique from master fighter, Red Butterfly.
A poor student, Lin, is engaged to the daughter of a rich man who despises Lin because of his family’s declining status. Lin visits his fiancée before he leaves for the imperial examination, but finds a maid lying dead in blood. As Lin’s bloody handprint is left on the site, he is accused of the murder. How can Justice Bao prove his innocence?
Young Taoist priest Lu and his friend are nearly killed by a female ghost during an exorcism. Luckily, Master Lian saves their lives, so they beseech him to teach them his skills. When his friend is killed by ruthless ninjas, Lu decides to learn the ultimate witchcraft and teams up with his master to defeat them.
Wei Chun is a cocky young man sentenced to jail for killing a man in a fight. One day, Wei Chun picks a fight with a seemingly defenseless old man who completely thrashes him! The old man turns out to be the master of monkey style kung fu and as they become friends, he gives Wei Chun half of a medallion that would direct him to hidden secrets.
A young girl Chen is sent away by her parents who are going through divorce, to stay with the Changs. On the Chang’s farm, she meets their daughter Ling Yun, the eldest son Ling Hsiao, and a young artist Hsu, and spends a summer with them that she will never forget.
Fang Yin, Chiao Chuang, Yueh Hua, Wang Hsia, Ching Li
Southern Swordsman Ting is named “The Fastest Sword” but is defeated by a street monk and has to fulfil his promise of working on stone craving with the monk for three years. Ting returns home to lead a peaceful life after that and declines all fight challenges. Even so, he is forced to fight the Northern Swordsman. Who will win finally?
Pan Lei, winner the China Literary Award for three consecutive years, wrote and directed this film about the lives and loves of a fishing village. It starred the glorious Cheng Pei-pei in her first film as a woman (she had debuted in a man’s role), and her much-lauded performance won her the prestigious Golden Accolade Award from the International Association Of Independent Producers a first for any Asian woman.