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Free Drink Special! Ladies, no shirt tonight? No problem!Sign has a slightly...Read Full Story
It’s the movie that put Jackie Chan in the major league in the U.S., but the Hong Kong star isn’t a fan of his successful action comedy franchise “Rush Hour.”
Chan said when he made the first installment of the “Rush Hour” series in 1998 he only wanted to test the U.S. market and didn’t have high hopes.
“When we finished filming, I felt very disappointed because it was a movie I didn’t appreciate and I did not like the action scenes involved.
I felt the style of action was too Americanized...Read Full Story
If you have never seen Sammo Hung before, when you see him your first impression would be...Oh my God he is fat and out of shape and you couldn't be more wrong. This first impression thing Sammo used to his advantage to introduce his show Martial Law to a new audience. Sammo is in fact a very fit Martial Artist who uses his appearance and the first impressions law to his advantage in a lot of his work.Sammo Hung is a Kung Fu film star, director and choreographer. He went to the same Opera...Read Full Story
Celebratory movies have become a common sight during Lunar New Year This year, we have Hong Kong's renowned comedian Sandra Ng and Raymond Wong working together once again, in "All's Well Ends Well 2009". Although it has been a 12 years gap, since their last collaboration, the duo still portrays good chemistry in bringing laughter to the audiences through their act.
Q: Hello and Happy Lunar New Year in advance to all of you (Sandra, Raymond and Vincent Kok). You guys had just experienced the...Read Full Story
For film critics and fans of Big and Little Wong Tin Bar, the Jackie Chan movie filmed in 1962 in Hong Kong. Also stars Sammo Hung Kam-Bo and Li Hua Li. When Jackie Chan was cast for this role, he was only 8 years old!