Unknownsu wrote: My interest, therefore, have been shifted over to the Koreans. I started watching Korean movies just over a year ago and I must admit, they took me by surprise! The quality and ingenious themes of their recent blockbusters, in my opinion, set a new standard for Asian cinema.
violet wrote:I never watched any Thai movies or Vietnam movies.
Unknownsu wrote: I heard of Vertical Rays of the Sun and Scent of the Green Papaya but I have yet to see them. If I remember right, Essie has seen both and I think I recall him telling me that they were OK movies.
LennyeTran wrote:violet wrote:I never watched any Thai movies or Vietnam movies.
I you can check out for "Good morning Vietnam," "Cyclo" (Tony Leung is in it, by the way ).
Chet Baker wrote: Last year, We have “Internal Affair I, II & III”. This series is good, especially, if you like Tony Leung and Andy Lau.
Chet Baker wrote: These are great movies, Part I is not the best among the others. I think that Part III is the best. Leon Lai is ok, I am not trying to defense for him, I don’t like him though, but he is better than more than I expected, honestly he is fairly good in Part. Btw he only appears in Part III.
Chet Baker wrote:I must mention one to you, he is Mr. Chan Dao Ming, he acted as an undercover from China police department in Part III. He is one of top 10 actors in China. I really admire him very much. Other actors and actress are also good. Today is Saturday in Hong Kong, if you are in Asia, we are in the same time zone. I suggest you to borrow both Part II and Part III from blockbuster and finish them on Sunday. I hope you will like them.
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