Magnolia Pictures is excited to present EXILED in theaters starting August 31st. Official website at http://exiledfilm.com/
New York, NY: Angelika Film Center
Pasadena, CA: Playhouse 7 Cinemas
San Francisco, CA: Lumiere Theatre
West Hollywood, CA: Sunset 5
Chicago, IL: Music Box
Seattle, WA: Varsity Theatre
Hartford, CT: Real Art Ways Cinema
Portland, OR: Living Room Theaters
Chattanooga, TN: Bijou
Boulder, CO: International Film Series
Director : CL Hor
Executive Producer : Adrian Wong & Wong Chee Meng
Producer : Jean Liang, Andy Lee & Andrew Lee
Photography : Jacky Tang
Scriptwriter : Chow Kam Leong
Music : Chow Kam Leong
Screenplay : Chow Lam Leong & CL Hor
Art Director : Ben Hor
Stunts Director : Chin Kar Lok
The movie is set in the Kinta Valley in the 1880s, when tin ore was discovered in the area and Chinese immigrants flooded the valley in the hope of making their fortune.
As Malaysia’s First Martial Arts Film, Kinta 1881 would be one interesting flick to catch this year. Directed by CL Hor (3rd Generation) and the action sequences will be choreographed by Hong Kong’s actor/stuntman – Chin Kar Lok.
November 2007 (Malaysia)
Director : Prachya Pinkaew
Cast : Tony Jaa, Petchtai Wongkamlao, Pumwaree Yodkamol, Suchao Pongwilai, Wannakit Sirioput and Chumphorn Tepphithak
Booting lives in a small and peaceful village. One day a sacred Buddha statuette called Ong Bak is stolen from the village by a immoral businessman who sells it for exorbitant profits. It soon becomes the task of a young man, Ting to track the thief down to Bangkok voluntarily and reclaim the religious treasure.
by Edward Tang
Tony Jaa. He’s a guy who has already reached acclaim with his first film, just like Bruce Lee did, what 35 years ago? Jaa’s skills outweighs his charisma as he is presented in his first feature film, Ong-Bak. It’s hard to live up to the hype this film has on it’s back, but it delivers every single moment of such. From the moment I saw Tony Jaa fight, I was awe struck on how well done these fights were, especially considering the idea of good action films hadn’t hit me in the land of Thailand. But what story was there is this film?
The erotic spy thriller “Lust, Caution,” the latest from director Ang Lee, has drawn an NC-17 rating from the Motion Picture Association of America.
The movie, starring Tony Leung and newcomer Tang Wei, will screen during the Toronto International Film Festival before opening in New York Sept. 28 and expanding to more U.S. markets Oct. 5.
Focus Features, the film’s distributor, was said to have accepted the MPAA rating without a fuss, Variety reported Thursday.
“As with so many of his previous films, Oscar-winning director Ang Lee has crafted a masterpiece about and for grown-ups,” said Focus Chief Executive Officer James Schamus, who co-wrote “Lust, Caution” with Wang Hui Ling.
The Mandarin-language, sexually explicit film is based on Eileen Chang’s short story about a shy Chinese drama student drawn into an assassination plot against a Japanese collaborator during World War II.
The MPAA created the NC-17 rating in 1990 as an attempt to remove the stigma of an X rating.
Lee’s last film, the provocative “Brokeback Mountain,” earned him the Academy Award in the director’s category.
Source : UPI
Director : Alexi Tan
Producer : John Woo & Terrence Chang
Cast : Daniel Wu, Shu Qi, Liu Ye, Chang Chen, Tony Yang.
Blood Brothers (aka Gateway to Heaven) tells the story of 3 youngsters from the countryside who arrives in decadent, dangerous 1930s Shanghai where they find life is the big city isn’t quite the paradise they hope for. As time goes by each is forced into a life of crime, taking a different path in life. The days of innocence have passed for them and the three men must grow up quickly and make hard choices.
Produced by John Woo and Terrence Chang and directed by newcomer Alexi Tan, Blood Brothers is a stylish and elegant gang flick. Inspired by John Woo’s classic -Bullet in the Head (1990), Blood Brothers shares similar story where three youngsters arrives in Shanghai to find fame and fortune. There are some beautiful moments in the movie but overall Brood Brothers still lack of depth and never satisfy as a gangland epic.
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Director : Benny Chan
Cast : Nicholas Tse, Jaycee Chan, Shawn Yue, Andy On, Wu Jing
The rise of Ronin Gang, a band of notorious robbers affected the lives of three policemen drastically. Each of the three policemen: Fang (starring Shawn Yue), Jing Hau (starring Jaycee Chan) and Chen (starring Nicholas Tse) have their own stories but are motivated to achieve a common goal: to bring Jiang (starring Wu Jing), the leader of the Ronin Gang to justice.
Time is running out as Jiang’s influence grew and the gang’s ruthless acts are getting out hand. With Fang’s wit, Jing Hau’s courage and Chen’s dexterity, the three vowed to capture Jiang. However, it was also during the intense period of tracking the Ronin Gang that the three learnt about the presence of a prominent figure in the police force who is in cahoots with Jiang… With all these against them, they are even more determined to rid the evil doings of Jiang and his accomplice…