Tuesday, June 23, 2015

[2015.06.24] FOR THE WEEK ENDING JUNE 21 2015

For the week ending June 21 2015
Photos courtesy of Yahoo! Movies Hong Kong

  Can : Sor Law Moon Dik Ngai Jing: Hau Pin Jung Sum
    d. Izuru Narushima
    Ryok Fujino, Kuranosuke Sasaki, Haru Kuroki
  Rating : IIA
  Length : 149 mins.
  Opening June 11 2015

  On a Christmas morning, the body of a classmate is discovered on the ground below a high rooftop. When the adult teachers forsake the students to protect themselves, the Junior High students rise up and organize a five-day mock trial at the school to expose the 'real truth'! When the school bully, former principal, teacher police and writer of anonymous letters attend the trial, the truth is much more complicated than the students believe...SOLOMON’S PERJURY, the masterpiece of Japan's best-selling author, Miyuki Miyabe, is finally released as a movie!

  Can : Sim Lik Dik Oi Ching
  Lit : Flashing Love
    d. Ryuichi Hiroki
    Sota Fukushi, Kasumi Arimura
  Rating : I
  Length : 115 mins.
  Opening June 18 2015

  Honest, pure unassuming Ninako is inexperienced in love. When she meets Ren, a handsome, enigmatic guy who all the girls worship at school, her life takes an unexpected turn. Though simultaneously discovered he has a girlfriend, she cannot deny her feelings for him, even if they aren’t reciprocated. A live-action adaptation of a blockbuster manga love story which has sold over 5.8 million copies in Japan.

    d. Doug Ellin
    Adrian Grenier, Kevin Connolly, Jerry Ferrara,
      Kevin Dillion, Jeremy Piven

  Can : Yut Yuk Yut Sai Gai Go Dung Foot Siu Mau Gam Yut Gei
  Lit : One Jail One World Golden Rich Kid Prison Diary
  AKA : The Prison Diary of A Golden Toff
  AKA : A World In An Iron Grile
    d. Christopher Sun Lap Kei
    Gregory Wong Chung Hiu, Justin Cheung Kin Sing,
      Wong Kwong Leung, Liu Kai Chi,
      Babyjohn Choi Hong Yik, Jessy Li Zhiyan,
      Candy Yu On On, Elvis Tsui Kam Kong,
      Ken Low Wai Kwong, Philip Ho Man Keung,
      Lam Suet, Vincent Wan Yeung Ming, Deon Cheung Chung Chi,
      Hanjin Tan (Chan Woon Yan), Anita Chui Bik Ka,
      Coffee Lam Chin Yu, Aaron Chow Chi Kwan, Hui Ka Kit,
      Raymond Chiu Wing Hung, Yeung Kin Ping, Tony Ho Wa Chiu, Fu Ka Jing,
      Ng Chi Hung, Yuen Qiu, William Ho Ka Kui,
      Joyce Cheng Yun Yi, Zach Lu (Lo Yin Chak), Ashina Kwok Yik Yui,
  Rating : III
  Opening May 28 2015
  Trailer : https://youtu.be/uyW4ZGRRELg

  This is a story in jail. A story about learning a "new life”...

  Richard Yu, a typical fop, hits a passer-by when drink-driving and is sentenced to one year in jail.

  Contrary to what the outside world believes, life behind bars is not full of atrocity. Much to his surprise, it is a secluded world of its kind. This world has its own rules the survival tip from his cellmate Uncle Tat says it all, "give way, and get a way." As one learns the rules of survival, one can pass his time peacefully in jail.

  Uncle Tat teaches Richard many survival tactics, which helps him get by pretty well. Another friend Wu also watches over him, but Wu commits suicide before his release. Much to Richard’s grief, it is rumoured that the insult of his daughter in the outside world induces Wu’s death. The prime suspect in Richard’s mind is the newly transferred cellmate Jack. He’s not only against Richard in all aspects but also acts like a tyrant in jail, even the cell bosses Seatto and Coyote are somewhat fearful of him.

  His half a year jail life allows Richard to realise his shortcomings in the past, disappointing his loving mother and is ungrateful to Mayo, his girlfriend of four years. Richard promises Mayo to reform himself, and marry her upon his release.

  But Richard cracks up when Uncle Tat falls down the stairs from Laundry Room resulting in a coma. He believes the accident and the death of Wu are plotted by Jack, who is determined to exterminate him and those close to him. His repression accumulated over the months causes his break out, and Richard rushes into the Laundry Room to beat up Jack, but is subdued and his sentence increased. Being in the punishment cell for a month, Richard breaks down and is at the edge of insanity.

  Can : Sum Yeh Sik Tong
    d. Joji Matsuoka
    Kaoru Kobayashi, Saki Takaoka, Tokio Emoto
  Rating : I
  Length : 119 mins.
  Opening May 28 2015

  The Master’s cooking and the friendly low-key atmosphere of his establishment fill the Midnight Diner night after night. One evening a burial urn left there brings a frown, but to his customers this is something new and it becomes the seed of entertaining speculation. An old customer, Tamako, comes in one night for the first time in a while. The mistress of a wealthy man who has died, she is between patrons, and strikes up a conversation with a young man. Michiru, a girl from the provinces without any money, walks out without paying her bill, then returns and begs the Master for a job. Living upstairs, she becomes part of the life of the diner; all the while her past is coming in search of her. Kenzo, a victim of the Fukushima tsunami disaster, comes to Tokyo and stirs things up in pursuit of Akemi, a diner regular. But through all of these small dramas, the question remains about what will become of the burial urn.

 5 20 TWENTY
    d. Lee Byung-Hun
    Kim Woo-Bin, Kang Ha-Neul, Lee Jung-Ho
  Rating : IIB
  Length : 116 mins.
  Opening June 18 2015

  A super-charming slacker who pursues a life of doing nothing after high school; a caretaker who works hard for his dream of becoming a cartoon artist despite the financial hardships; a college freshman whose college activities are entirely geared toward attaining his ultimate goal of landing a job in a global corporation...

 4 SPY
    d. Paul Feig
    Melissa McCarthy, Rose Byrne, Jason Statham, Jude Law

    d. Brad Peyton
    Dwayne Johnson, Carla Gugino, Alexandra Daddario

  Can : Sat Por Leung II
  Lit : Kill Break Wolf II
    d. Soi Cheang Po Shui
    Tony Jaa, Wu Jing, Simon Yam Tat Wa, Max Zhang Jin,
      Louis Koo Tin Lok, Ken Low Wai Kwong, Jun Kung Shek Leung,
      Dominic Lam Ka Wa, Babyjohn Choi Hong Yik, Ai Wai,
      Philip Keung Ho Man, Zhang Chi, Kou Zhanwen, Aaron Chow Chi Kwan,
      Candy Yuen Ka Man, Unda Kunteera Yhordchanng
  Rating : IIB
  Length : 120 mins.
  Opening June 18 2015
  Site : https://www.facebook.com/SPL2Movie
  Trailer : https://youtu.be/aI8vjd2gPak

  After busting a local gangster Hong in an undercover operation, hard-boiled cop Kit is captured by Hong's men and wakes up in jail in Thailand facing a life sentence.

  While in police custody, Hong strikes a deal with Kit's supervisor Wah to trade his freedom for Kit's. Wah traces Kit to Thailand and manages to convince to new prison guard Chai to help save Kit because Kit is one of the few eligible bone marrow donors who can save Chai's daughter, who's suffering from leukemia.

  Hong breaks out of jail and flees to Thailand and order Kit's executive. When Kit learns of Hong's jailbreak, he's determined to bring him to justice.

    d. Colin Tervorrow
    Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard

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