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I Come with the Rain

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I Come with the Rain
Ex-Los Angeles cop turned private eye Kline travels to Hong Kong in search of Shitao, the missing son of a powerful pharmaceutical conglomerate boss. Enlisting Meng Zi a friend and a former colleague now working for the Hong Kong Police, Kline follows a faint trail left by the ethereal Shitao. The path leads to local gangster Su Dongpo and his beautiful, drug addicted girlfriend Lili. But Kline is distracted from his search, haunted by memories of the serial killer Hasford whose body of work was the reason Kline quit the police force. Will Kline once again need to lose his mind to find his latest quarry?

I Come with the Rain

Chungking Express

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Chungking Express
Suddenly, the "Hong Kong style" is in. Not only are director John Woo and actor Jackie Chan both releasing English-language films early in 1996 (Broken Arrow and Rumble in the Bronx, respectively), but the number of Hong Kong titles obtaining widespread American distribution is on the upswing. Two of those films, Wong Kar-wai's Chungking Express and Fallen Angels, are being released by Miramax under Quentin Tarantino's Rolling Thunder imprint. Depending on how they are received, this could open the floodgates, at least temporarily, since no one knows what will happen to the Hong Kong film industry next year when the country reverts to Chinese rule.

Chungking Express

Flash Point

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Flash Point
Ma Jun, a cop known for dispensing justice during arrests, teams with Hua Sheng, whos undercover, to try to bring down three merciless Vietnamese brothers running a smuggling ring in the months before the mainlands takeover of Hong Kong. The eldest, Xian Wei Cha (called Zah), is arrested in an operation that exposes Sheng and almost gets him killed. His girlfriend, Qiu Di, whos been unaware of Shengs profession, wants to see him quit. Jun pursues the gang tirelessly, sometimes ignoring police protocols. Zahs trial approaches, witnesses are in danger, and a showdown is inevitable.

Flash Point

Contagion

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Contagion
Soon after her return from a business trip to Hong Kong, Beth Emhoff dies from what is a flu or some other type of infection. Her young son dies a few days later. Her husband Mitch however seems immune. Thus begins the spread of a deadly infection. For doctors and administrators at the U.S. Center for Disease Control, several days pass before anyone realizes the extent or gravity of this new infection. They must first identify the type of virus in question and then find a means of combating it, a process that will likely take several months. As the contagion spreads to millions of people worldwide, societal order begins to break down as people panic.

Contagion

Red Is the Color

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Red Is the Color
The tense marriage between two painters is shaken and stirred when the husbands provocative free-spirited nude model ignites his wifes sexual and spiritual awakening. In a three way game of subtle seduction, each of the three confront desires and frustrations that threaten to destroy the illusions of their lives.

Red Is the Color

My Lucky Stars 2: Twinkle Twinkle Lucky Stars

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My Lucky Stars 2: Twinkle Twinkle Lucky Stars
A police informant sent a letter containing sensitive information on an illegal drug operation to his friend, Yi-Ching. While on vacation in Thailand, the informant is assassinated by the drug lords henchmen and, to cover-up their operation, they attempt to eliminate Yi-Ching and double-agent Lau. Back in Hong Kong, police detectives Muscles and Ricky Fung are assigned to protect Lau and Inspector Barbara Woo is assigned to protect Yi-Ching. She takes her to the hideout of the Five Lucky Stars and also enlists their help in bringing down the drug operation.

My Lucky Stars 2: Twinkle Twinkle Lucky Stars

Knock Off

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Knock Off
On the roster of films not screened for the critical community before their release, there are generally two kinds of entries: bad movies and movies that make bad movies look good. Knock Off, the latest pairing of legendary Hong Kong director Tsui Hark with less-than- legendary Western "actor" Jean-Claude Van Damme (they previously joined forces for Double Team), belongs solidly in the latter camp. This motion picture is almost worth attending for the experience of seeing how low film makers can sink in their never-ending quest to bilk the action picture audience out of a few hard-earned dollars.

Knock Off

Largo Winch

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Largo Winch
Who would have thought there was a Belgian comic book hero out there to rival Tintin? I will come clean on this one right away and admit that I had never heard of Largo Winch before watching this film. However, a quick trip to Wikipedia exposes him as having a legacy spanning several decades, including numerous chronicled adventures, in both novel and comic book form, as well as a previous film incarnation and even a TV series to his name.

Largo Winch

So Close (Chik yeung tin si)

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So Close (Chik yeung tin si)

The brothers Chow Nunn and Chow Lui's giant computer company is facing a tense crisis - a powerful computer virus is rapidly wiping out their computer network. At the last minute a cyber-friend arrives to join the battle.

So Close (Chik yeung tin si)

Vanquisher

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Vanquisher
In the noir-ish dystopian future of Sector 70, prosperity belongs to the few - and those determined to take it. Jarron Brenner did well by the system until his body was invaded by the technology he helped to sell. After a series of traumatic events, a mysterious agent Miranda May takes it upon herself to help save Jarron's life. Soon, however, they find themselves hunted by the shadowy forces of a conspiracy to dominate humanity's very soul. The Vanquisher is an enthralling mix of Hong Kong style action and X-Files atmosphere. It is an epic story of man versus destiny.

Vanquisher

My Sassy Girl 2

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My Sassy Girl 2
Given that the original Korean romantic comedy “My Sassy Girl” was such a phenomenal and influential hit back in 2001, the idea of a sequel probably shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise. However, “My Sassy Girl 2” has come a little from leftfield, arriving nearly a decade later and shifting the action from Korea to China, with a Hong Kong director in Joe Ma (“The Lion Roars”) and an all new cast headed by Lynn Xiong (“Ip Man”), Singaporean idol Leon Jay Williams (recently in the Stephen Chow produced “Jump”), Mainland TV show host He Jiong, gorgeous Taiwanese actress Abby Fung, and popular Hong Kong TVB actor Bosco Wong (“I Love Hong Kong”). Although the film has no real links to its predecessor, it does see the return of writers Choi Seok Min and Kim Ho Sik, who ensure that it sticks to similar themes and delivers the same brand of aggressive, comic courting.

My Sassy Girl 2

Rush Hour 2

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Rush Hour 2
While the rules of the buddy/action comedy are significantly different from those of the romantic comedy, one key ingredient is common to both popular genres: that of chemistry between the leads. Unfortunately, while both motormouthed Chris Tucker and rubber limbed Jackie Chan are energetic and charismatic in their own right, they mix as well as oil and water. Yes, their characters - Hong Kong Detective Inspector Lee and LAPD's Detective James Carter - are supposed to be mismatched. The problem is that the actors seem to be less in synch than their on-screen alter egos. There's more going on between sizzling Roselyn Sanchez and Chan, who only share a handful of scenes, than between Chan and Tucker.

Rush Hour 2

Largo Winch (Tome 2)

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Largo Winch (Tome 2)
Who would have thought there was a Belgian comic book hero out there to rival Tintin? I will come clean on this one right away and admit that I had never heard of Largo Winch before watching this film. However, a quick trip to Wikipedia exposes him as having a legacy spanning several decades, including numerous chronicled adventures, in both novel and comic book form, as well as a previous film incarnation and even a TV series to his name.

Largo Winch (Tome 2)

Icarus aka The Killing Machine

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Icarus aka The Killing Machine
There were those who called him Icarus. Everyone else knew him as a divorced father working for an investment company. But they didnt know his other side-his dark side. Because Icarus was at his best when he was killing people. For years, hed worked as a sleeper agent in America-but when the Soviet Empire collapsed, he found himself in a foreign country with no one to trust. Determined to break from his dark past, he started over with a new identity. But you can only escape your past for so long. When a sudden mishap in Hong Kong blows Icarus identity, past and present collide - and the assassin realizes he is now the target. The people that want him dead will stop at nothing to get to him. And that means going after what he cares about most-his wife and daughter. Fighting for his life, Icarus is forced to face the demons of his past to protect the loved ones in his present. He must fight to save the only thing hes ever done right in his life. He needs to uncover who is after him and protect his family - before its too late.

Icarus aka The Killing Machine

The Replacement Killers

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The Replacement Killers
''The Replacement Killers'' is such a sleek piece of filmmaking that it suggests the visual equivalent of an ambient dance record. The soundtrack's measured beats and dabs of generically dramatic orchestration are synchronized with the movie's continual gunfire and the gliding camera movements to sustain a mood that is dreamlike and almost lulling.

The Replacement Killers