Posted on February 9, 2017 | No comments
Fooling Around Jiang Hu / Jiang hu bei ju (2016)
Action | Comedy | Thriller
Underworld godfather Kim, nicknamed Egg Tart, is friendly and sociable. He likes singing more than being the leader of triads. With his principle of peace, harmony and stability, he has won the support of the gang elders. Meanwhile, the cool and handsome Lung becomes a gangster because he is attracted to the cool image of gangsters portrayed in the 'Young and Dangerous' movies, and he believes that he has what it takes to be the big boss. To support Lung, his wife sets a trap by trying to seduce Kim in order to obtain the secret of becoming the godfather.
Starring: Alan Tam, Jordan Chan, Christine Ng, Jaime Chik, Babyjohn Choi, Sin-San Tam, Jacky Cai
Director: Chiu-Wing Lam
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Posted on January 24, 2017 | No comments
Weeds on Fire / Dim ng bo (2016)
Action | Biography | Drama | History | Sport
The 1st FFFI Winning Film Projects Create Hong Kong (CreateHK) of the Commerce and Economic Development Bureau first launched the First Feature Film Initiative (FFFI) in March 2013 to identify new talents through a competition on screenplay and production proposals. In the year of 1984, Sino-British Joint Declaration was signed and the future of Hong Kong became unclear. In the stream of history, this story of a baseball team beneath the Lion Rock had gradually been forgotten: In that year, 'Shatin Martins', the first Hong Kong youth baseball team, was formed. The 10 young players were living an uneasy and restless life as Hong Kong. Being humiliated by one defeat after another, the faith of 'Shatin Mart their strong rival, the Japanese Buffalo ins' hanged in the balance. However, the hardship only brought out their bravery to surmount themselves and overcome the struggles. Living in the golden age, these players ignited their glory with every game as they grew together with their city. Eventually, it all comes to the final game facing.
Starring: Kai Chi Liu, Ka-Ki Sham, Yiu-Sing Lam, Tony Wu, Sin-San Tam
Director: Chi Fat Chan
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