Amber Kuo

Amber_KuoAmber Kuo (Chinese: 郭采潔; pinyin: Guō Cǎijié; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Kok Chhái-kiat, born 19 February 1986) is a Taiwanese Mandopop singer and actress.

Kuo made her debut in the music video of “我們小時候” (When We Were Young) by Taiwanese singer Tank. She was also featured in Stefanie Sun’s music video of “雨天” (Rainy day) and F.I.R’s music video “其實還愛你”. She was featured in the song “This Is Love (就是愛)” on Nicholas Teo’s album The Moment Of Silence (沉默的瞬間).

Kuo has also released five solo Mandarin solo albums.

She was nominated in 2010 for Best Actress at the 45th Golden Bell Awards for her role in The Happy Times of That Year. She was awarded Best New Talent at the 12th Taipei Film Festival in 2010 for her role in Au Revoir Taipei. [wikipedia]

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Poster for the movie "Triumph in the Skies"

Triumph in the Skies

Poster for the movie "Triumph in the Skies"

Triumph in the Skies (2015)

100 min - Comedy, Drama, Romance - 19 February 2015
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Young pilot Branson (Louis Koo) recently takes over Skylette, his father's aviation empire, only to realise his old flames Cassie (Charmaine Sheh) is a flight attendant there. Several years ago, he was forced to break up with her and move to New York to take care of his father's business. To this day, the two continue to harbour feelings for each other but decide to keep them bottled up. In an effort to rebrand the airline, Branson invites rock idol TM to star in an upcoming commercial and appoints Sam (Fransic Ng) as her flying consultant. Incongruent in both tastes and experience, this odd couple gets off on the wrong foot. As the shoot progresses, however, they slowly discover each other's merits, developing a strong mutual attraction. Jayden (Julien Cheung) has left Skylette Airline to become a pilot for private jets. He meets the young and vivacious Kika (Kuo Tsai Chieh) during a flight and assumes her to be wayward and shallow...

Director:  Matt Chow, Wilson Yip

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Young pilot Branson (Louis Koo) recently takes over Skylette, his father's aviation empire, only to realise his old flames Cassie (Charmaine Sheh) is a flight attendant there. Several years ago, he was forced to break up with her and move to New York to take care of his father's business. To this day, the two continue to harbour feelings for each other but decide to keep them bottled up. In an effort to rebrand the airline, Branson invites rock idol TM to star in an upcoming commercial and appoints Sam (Fransic Ng) as her flying consultant. Incongruent in both tastes and experience, this odd couple gets off on the wrong foot. As the shoot progresses, however, they slowly discover each other's merits, developing a strong mutual attraction. Jayden (Julien Cheung) has left Skylette Airline to become a pilot for private jets. He meets the young and vivacious Kika (Kuo Tsai Chieh) during a flight and assumes her to be wayward and shallow...


Collections: Matt Chow, Wilson Yip

Genres: Comedy, Drama, Romance

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Country:   Hong Kong
Language:  普通话, Cantonese
Release Date:  19 February 2015

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Production Companies:  Shaw Brothers, Media Asia Group

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Runtime:  1 h 40 min

Young pilot Branson (Louis Koo) recently takes over Skylette, his father’s aviation empire, only to realise his old flames Cassie (Charmaine Sheh) is a flight attendant there.

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Poster for the movie "Keeper of Darkness"

Keeper of Darkness

Street-smart exorcist Fatt has an unique method of dealing with vengeful spirits: He negotiates with them and persuades them to let go of their grudges. After recordings of his exorcisms go viral, Fatt attracts the attentions of a murderous spirit who’s targeting mediums, as well as a troublesome reporter who takes great interest in Fatt and his close relationship with a female spirit.

Poster for the movie "Where the Wind Settles"

Where the Wind Settles

“Where the Wind Settles 風中家族” is a film about China during World War II wartime period. The later half of the movie is filmed in Taiwan depicting early Kuomintang rule in Taiwan.

Poster for the movie "Crazy New Year's Eve"

Crazy New Year’s Eve

Crazy New Year’s Eve (Chinese: 一路惊喜) is a 2015 Chinese romantic comedy family film directed by Eva Jin, Pan Anzi, Zhang Jiarui and Song Di.

Poster for the movie "Paris Holiday"

Paris Holiday

Poster for the movie "Paris Holiday"

Paris Holiday (2015)

Romance, Comedy - 23 July 2015
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Two strangers, both heartbroken, share an apartment in Paris.

Director:  James Yuen

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Two strangers, both heartbroken, share an apartment in Paris.


Collections: James Yuen

Genres: Romance, Comedy

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Language:  普通话, Cantonese
Release Date:  23 July 2015

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Paris Holiday (Chinese: 巴黎假期) is a 2015 romantic comedy film directed by James Yuen. A China-Hong Kong co-production, the film was released in Hong Kong on July 23 and in China on July 31, 2015.

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Poster for the movie "(Sex) Appeal"

(Sex) Appeal

Huihua, a music school freshman, is raped by Professor Lee. She files a suit against him with the help of another professor, who involves his attorney friend, Fang Anyu. As the film focuses on the secondary abuse inflicted on Huihua, it narrows in on the characters’ inner lives. Why does Fang Anyu defend Huihua while his marriage crumbles? Why does attorney Lin so actively defend her husband? Above all, Huihua’s complex psyche is evident in … Read more

Poster for the movie "Amazing"

Amazing

“Amazing” centers on a video game company boss, Frank (Eric Mabius of TV’s “Ugly Betty”), who is eager to rush his firm’s new thought-controlled basketball game to market, despite the objections of the project leader Bingshan (popular Chinese actor Huang Xiaoming), who warns that a bug in the system could escape the computer and infect players’ brains.

Poster for the movie "Tiny Times"

Tiny Times

When four best friends try and move forward in their work and personal life, they realize that trying to live their life’s dream is more difficult than they imagine — especially in the high fashion world of Shanghai.