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Shanghai heroic story

Movie Title: 
Shanghai heroic story
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Shanghai heroic story

Year of Production: 
1992
Genre: 
Action
Director: 
Chris Lee
Internet Movie Database: 
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0284671/
Video Information: 
Shanghai heroic story – Chris Lee (1992) Cantonese | Subtitle: English (hard coded) | 1: 36:28 | 720 x 416 NTSC | DivX | MP3 – 117 kbps | 700 MB Genre: Drama/Action Cast: Damian Lau, Nadia Chan, Vincent Wan Yeung-Ming, Roy Cheung, Li Yu
Movie Description: 
In the effort to watch every film made by charismatic actor Takeshi Kaneshiro, this reviewer happened upon a 1995 stinker called School Days. A Taiwan-Hong Kong production, the film stars Kaneshiro as Eagle, a reformed rebel who still scares the bejesus out of all his classmates. His too-cool stoicism comes into play when new kid Jimmy Lin moves into town. He's from a rich family, is mighty cute, and dances real well during recess. Sadly, the evil bullies envy him, which leads to lots of...well, bullying. Thankfully, Eagle has his back, but not because he really gives a crap about the new kid; he just likes to stop people from bullying others. Somehow a friendship is born, and our heroes manage to go bungee-jumping. Meanwhile, the audience falls asleep or gets a high score on "Tetris" for their Game Boy. Yes, this garbage is made-to-order crap for twelve or thirteen year-old girls, but it lacks the depth of an ABC afterschool special, much less an entire feature film. Nothing that occurs in this film is worth your time, unless you simply have to watch every Takeshi Kaneshiro movie ever made. I thought I wanted to. After this movie, I didn't want to anymorefilm, when it's not.

Curiosity Kills the Cat

Movie Title: 
Curiosity Kills the Cat
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Curiosity Kills the Cat

Year of Production: 
2006
Genre: 
Drama
Director: 
Zhang Yibai
Internet Movie Database: 
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0805513/
Video Information: 
DVDRiP |avi |91 min |750 mb Director: Zhang Yibai Cast: Carina Lau, Lin Yuan, Song Jia, Liao Fan Original Title: Hao qi hai xi mao Production Country: China 2006
Movie Description: 
This story takes place in a city by the Yangzi River where skyscrapers stand around falling slums... In a luxurious apartment an enchanting story of modern China unfolds... As the Chinese economy blooms so does the gap between rich and poor... These events unite an unlikely cast of a lady of noble decency, her power- hungry husband, a manicure store owner, a security guard, and a countryside girl and series of mysterious events haunted them... What happens in this luxurious apartment building? Are you curious? Well, curiosity kills the cat...

Hero

Movie Title: 
Hero
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Hero

Year of Production: 
2002
Genre: 
Action
Director: 
Zhang Yimou
Internet Movie Database: 
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0299977/
Video Information: 
Ying xiong (Hero) Chinese w/English subtitles | 2004 AVI | 640x272 911kbps | 115 Kbps 48000 Hz | 01:33:33 | 687Mb
Movie Description: 
China is split in six kingdoms and the King of Qin (Daoming Chen) wants to unite them. He summons the nameless hero (Jet Li) that killed his three greatest enemies - Moon (Zhang Ziyi), Broken Sword (Tony Leung Chiu Wai) and Flying Snow (Maggie Cheung) - to visit him in his palace and tell how he defeated the menaces. In the end, the King questions the truth of the story told by the hero. He believes that the hero indeed wishes to kill him.

The Founding of a Republic

Movie Title: 
The Founding of a Republic
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The Founding of a Republic

Year of Production: 
2009
Genre: 
Drama
Director: 
Sanping Han, Jianxin Huang
Internet Movie Database: 
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1438461/
Video Information: 
The founding of a republic – Han Sanping, Huang Jianxin (2009) Mandarin | Subtitle: English (hard coded) | 2:14:58 | 624 x 272 NTSC | DivX | MP3 – 121 kbps | 529 MB Genre: Drama Cast: Chen Kaige, Tang Guoqiang, Jackie Chan, Chen Daoming, Chen Kun, Chow Yun-Fat, Jet Li
Movie Description: 
First things first, this film is obviously made for the Chinese market. Why? You gotta know your Chinese history, and you also need to be pretty comfortable with the Chinese view of their government - and I'm not talking about those country-loathing people you see complaining on the papers. I'm talking about the Chinese people who love how China has risen to where they are now - as a technical point of view. What was up with the editing? I'm tempted to say it was the fault of the version I saw, or they did mess up the cutting of the film. Other than that, well... casting was perfect, like the actor playing Mao actually looked a lot like him. The cameos were alright, I guess... but I could have done without them especially if they bring in the crowd thinking that they're in for a Jackie Chan/Jet Li martial arts film, when it's not. The star-studded epic charts the ascendancy of Chairman Mao was made by the state-owned China Film Group and is intended as a focal point for anniversary celebrations which will culminate on Oct 1. With hundreds of stars from China and Hong Kong, including the kung-fu hero Jackie Chan and Jet Li, telling the story of the Communist rise to power in 1949, the film is being tipped as one of the biggest box office hits in the country for years. In a break from a long tradition of ideologically sound but mind-numbingly dull Party propaganda, the film's producers say they hope the cast-list - as well as the subject matter - will attract in a younger, internet-obsessed generation back to the big screen. Centred on the exploits of Chairman Mao and his rag-tag band of revolutionaries, the film chronicles the heroic but arduous birth of Communist China through the defeat of the Nationalist forces of Chiang Kai–shek in a series of bloody battles between 1945-49. The £6 million budget for The Founding of a Republic, or Jianguo Daye in Chinese, was kept in check by the fact that many of the film's celebrity cast donated their time for free, dropping onto the set for a few hours at a time to record cameo roles.