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RE: Chinese Culture. Movies. Music. Food. Here. - The Diet Butcher - 01-19-2014 12:29 AM

This is the next big kung fu action flick coming out of HK. Once Upon A Time In Shanghai stars Philip Ng, new kid on the block who some say may be the next Donnie Yen. Gonna watch it next week.






RE: Chinese Culture. Movies. Music. Food. Here. - Gimp - 01-19-2014 09:29 AM

^ Looks bad ass! Sammo Hung is an inspiration to fat people everywhere. The rotund old man is still bustin' out the kung fu moves.


RE: Chinese Culture. Movies. Music. Food. Here. - EVILYOSHIDA - 01-20-2014 05:12 PM

looks interesting.

all star cast too


RE: Chinese Culture. Movies. Music. Food. Here. - The Diet Butcher - 01-22-2014 12:17 AM

Just saw Once Upon a Time in Shanghai today. Probably the best kung fu flick since Ip Man. Predictable plot, but still very entertaining. One of the stars, Andy On, is currently dating Nic Tse's sister, which means this guy...

[Image: shanghai+andy+on.jpg]

... is having Dong Johnson's sloppy seconds!


RE: Chinese Culture. Movies. Music. Food. Here. - Som-Pong - 01-22-2014 04:07 PM

That's awesome.


RE: Chinese Culture. Movies. Music. Food. Here. - The Diet Butcher - 01-29-2014 02:31 PM

TTT for Stickgrappler

CNY openings!

Trailer for The Monkey King 3D (Donnie Yen, Chow Yun Fat)





From Vegas to Macau (Chow Yun Fat)






RE: Chinese Culture. Movies. Music. Food. Here. - EVILYOSHIDA - 01-29-2014 02:35 PM

monkey king looks like it would be good cheap entertainment.


Chinese Culture. Movies. Music. Food. Here. - Stickgrappler - 01-29-2014 02:46 PM

I met Donnie Yen at the 4th annual NYC Chinese Film Festival - he said Monkey King is probably his most favorite movie

I'm going to sleep. Will check this thread Tomorrow. Thx TDB!


RE: Chinese Culture. Movies. Music. Food. Here. - EVILYOSHIDA - 01-29-2014 02:48 PM

good night stickgrappler


Chinese Culture. Movies. Music. Food. Here. - Stickgrappler - 01-29-2014 10:06 PM

(04-26-2013 02:49 AM)DONG JOHNSON Wrote:  We watched a Stephen Chow movie after. I was baked. It was hilarious.

Forget what it was called but he ran a company where people pay him to play pranks on people they don't like. It was fucking jokes.

TRICKY BRAINS - one of my all-time favorite HK movies

Came out around the time of when Stephen Chow was at the height of his 'mo lei tau' fame


RE: Chinese Culture. Movies. Music. Food. Here. - EVILYOSHIDA - 01-29-2014 10:09 PM

king of comedy was good too.

he has a lot of good movies that stephen chow.


RE: Chinese Culture. Movies. Music. Food. Here. - DonJohnson - 01-29-2014 10:32 PM

(01-22-2014 12:17 AM)The Diet Butcher Wrote:  Just saw Once Upon a Time in Shanghai today. Probably the best kung fu flick since Ip Man. Predictable plot, but still very entertaining. One of the stars, Andy On, is currently dating Nic Tse's sister, which means this guy...

[Image: shanghai+andy+on.jpg]

... is having Dong Johnson's sloppy seconds!



OOOOH SHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIT


RE: Chinese Culture. Movies. Music. Food. Here. - DonJohnson - 01-29-2014 10:35 PM

Stephen Chow is a legend.


RE: Chinese Culture. Movies. Music. Food. Here. - SeƱor Penis - 01-30-2014 01:01 AM

I like that guys hair length. I am actually letting my hair grow that long but not for that type of style.

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Chinese Culture. Movies. Music. Food. Here. - Stickgrappler - 01-30-2014 01:10 AM

(04-26-2013 03:49 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  Asian film has really dropped off the map.

By "Asian" if you mean Hong Kong - then yeah i agree for awhile it definitely did. Actually still may be down in the dregs outside of some of Johnnie To's films

But "Asian" should include Japanese, Korean, Thai, Indonesian - and Korean cinema has been taken notice by Western critics. I'm not a fan of horror films but there were plenty of notable Korean horror films. Of course there were the My Sassy Girl, Shiri and Oldboy darlings of the critics to pave the way for the rest of Korean cinema and it is a major Asian playa

On the strength of Tony Jaa's Ong Bak, the world took notice of Thai cinema followed by Chocolate etc

And by virtue of one movie, The Raid: Redemption - Indonesia is not to be overlooked