Lung Fong

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An Eye for an Eye

When Fung’s cop boyfriend Tats (Wilson Lam) puts her supposedly reformed triad father (Foo Wang-tat) behind bars, her daughter Fung (Joey Wong) aims to rid the organization of its dirty ties, but one of Fung’s father’s chief goons Cheong (Jimmy Lung Fong) in a deliciously over-the-top portrait of plans for a very hostile takeover. To ensure her cooperation, he rapes her, videotapes her naked the deed, and sells copies to his pals when he’s whipping … Read more

Secret Police

Alex Fong hangs around gangsters, stresses out his girlfriend with his reluctance to commit and embarrasses his father (Ku Feng) when he gets into trouble. Moon Lee is his sister who’s also a cop working at the same the station of her father and she can’t stand her brother nor his lifestyle. When their father is murdered in cold blood by a hired hitman (Billy Chow), Moon Lee vows to avenge his death.

The Longest Nite

Caught in the middle of a fierce gang war in Macau, a corrupt cop named Sam (Tony Leung Chiu-wai) handles negotiations between two Triad leaders who plan to join forces. He meets a suspicious bald man named Tony (Lau Ching-wan), who keeps following him around and disrupting his personal business. But when Sam finds out he’s a suspect in a nightclub owner’s murder, he’s sure his stalker has something to do with it.

Century of the Dragon

Rookie policeman Shing (Louis Koo) grapples with right and wrong in this action-packed story about Hong Kong gangsters. Assigned to go undercover, Shing is so successful in playing the part of a gang member that he becomes right-hand man to gang leader Fei Ling (Andy Lau). Shing comes to respect Fei Ling and question his original motives, but the troubled cop must make a crucial decision before rival gangs and impatient cops move in for … Read more

My Name Is Nobody

Nobody (Nick Cheung) is a top gambling whiz who falls in love with blind model Candy (Shu Qi). Nobody uses his skills to fix card games in Shenzen, but when Candy’s father (Hui Siu-Hung) gets involved, Nobody turns on his bosses – with devastating results. A fallen man, Nobody struggles back to reclaim his pride and reputation, but will Candy ultimately pay the price?

Fist Power

Cheuk is a mainland security officer who’s thrown into a race against the clock when he discovers a man is holding an entire school hostage in exchange for his adopted son, so it’s up to Cheuk to use his formidable martial arts skills to retrieve the boy and bring him back before the man decides to kill everyone.

God of Gamblers III: Back to Shanghai

After the events in God of Gamblers II, Tai-Kun who lost his ESP powers has regained the abilities again and seeks revenge against Sing, the Saint of Gamblers. When Tai-Kun, aided by his fellow disciples, exerts ESP powers under full force against Sing who is doing likewise to them, the spacetime becomes distorted and sends Tai-Kun and Sing to Shanghai in 1937. Meeting his own grandfather Chow Tai Fook and the benign millionaire Ding Lik, … Read more

The Big Score

Wong Jing wrote and directed this film, he also co-stars as a shady and bumbling individual who’s forced to confront the people who have maimed his best friend and killed the poor guys family. They’ve also made his life extremely miserable. Danny Lee plays a cop who’s job is to protect Wong Jing from a gang of sadistic gangsters. As in all of Wong Jing films, the villains are just plain rotten and they love … Read more

Crocodile Hunter

Two cops are partnered together and decide to protect two beautiful women who are actually rivals–one, a woman released from prison, the other, an actress who’s been targeted for rape–while in search of escaped murderous convicts.

Casino Raiders

For most of the running time it’s business as usual as gamblers Andy Lau and Alan Tam pull scams when they’re not exposing them for casinos and incurring the wrath of a family of Japanese gangsters before Tam marries rich girl Idy Chan and Lau, as is the way with all movie hustlers, gets a busted hand, a drink problem and Rosamund Chan (so not entirely a bad shuffle there).

Lee Rock

The film chronicles the rise and fall of a corrupt police force that Lee Rock becomes a part of.

Master of the Flying Guillotine

A one-armed martial arts master is being stalked by an Imperial assassin, the master of two fighters (the Tibetan Lamas) who were killed in the previous film. When the One-Armed Boxer is invited to attend a martial arts tournament, his efforts to lay low are unsuccessful, and the assassin soon tracks him down with the help of his three subordinates competing in the tournament: a Thai boxer, a yoga master, and a kobojutsu user.