Another compilation and I would like to call it Part 3 to the busy weekend and probably the most exciting one for everyone! Things in motion! Trailers! Teasers! Previews! BTS! The Making! Some of these are revealed before the festival and some after. It’s crazy how many press conference took place this past weekend. Have a sneak peek/feel of your anticipated movies!
Formerly known as the Deadly Reclaim (I like this title better!), now it’s called Call Of Heroes. The odds are against our villain played creepily by Louis Koo (Triumph In The Sky Movie) if the whole village is keen on his execution, led by Sean Lau (The Vanished Murderer) and joined by Eddie Peng (Legend of Wong Fei Hung), with solid action star in Wu Jing (SPL II: A Time For Consequences) and Sammo Hung as the action director. Now these actors are already up there in age so can we please get some fresh faces in the cinema world of Kung Fu? I don’t know, someone like Ashton Chen? If these actors have been playing similar roles for years, so can he! I don’t care anymore at this point. Lol.
Such wonderful and emotional-tugging trailers and posters for a beautiful cast in Sean Lau, Tang Wei, Boran Jing, and Qin Hai Lu. A Tale of Three Cities is a romantic war film featuring the love between two widowed people and how they are forced to leave the city they love and the son they share. Written and directed by a female figure, Mabel Cheung (The Soong Sisters), it is a film not be missed.
Oh! I like the premise of this movie. A hotshot psychiatrist (Huang Xiao Ming) is assigned to provide medical treatment for a highly violent and intelligent psychopath (Sean Lau), who is locked up after murdering his wife. When he refuses treatments and lapses again, what could our psychiatrist do to protect himself and his beloved daughter? Newbie director David Lee will helm the psychological thriller under the wings of director/screenwriter Derek Yee (The Great Magician, One Night in Mongkok, Protégé). The story is written/co-directed by Lee Kuan Yew, and the production crew has been reworking the scripts since 2008. Such dedication! I’m excited to see the final results.