• 12:10 am

    This refreshing musical comedy about teenage life stars a young Leslie Cheung & fresh-faced newcomer Elaine Chow. It earned a number of Golden Horse & HK Film Award nominations.

    Lesile Cheung, Chou Hsiu-lan, Rowena

    Tsai Chi-kuang

  • 01:45 am

    In River Of Fury, the self-discovery of a young man (Danny Lee), Lily Ho played a role which has helplessly fallen prey to the irresistible temptations of wealth under the influence of her mother. Ho demonstrates her remarkable talent in Chinese opera once again after her Beijing-opera showcase in The Warlord (co-starring Michael Hui Kwun-man).

    Lily Ho, Ku Feng, Danny Lee

    Chang Tseng-chai

  • 03:15 am

    Best Picture, Best Director, Best Music, Best Editing, Best Actress and special awards for outstanding performance, this sumptuous adaptation of a Chinese folk tale won them all. Glorious Betty Loh Ti stars as a beauty that disguises herself as a boy to get forbidden education. This sort of pre-Yentl gender-bender role-playing is traditional when it comes to Chinese opera, yet there is nothing old fashioned about the superlative screen treatment given to this all-time classic.

    Betty Loh Tih, Ivy Ling Po

    Li Han-hsiang

  • 05:25 am

    Tales Of A Eunuch reunites the potent mix of martial arts superstar Gordon Liu Chia-hui, who plays Emperor in cognito Kang Hsi, with the kung-fu comedienne Wang Yu, an anti-Ching revolutionary. It is a film laced with wild barrages of excellent martial arts chiefly choreographed by Yuen Hua and Yuan Pien; Jackie Chan's long-time kung-fu classmates. At one time, Wang was considered to be the next Alexander Fu Sheng.

    Wang Yu , Ku Feng , Linda Chu , Liao Li-ling , Liu Chia-hui

    Hua Shan

  • 07:05 am

    In one of his early contemporary martial arts actioners, Alexander Fu Sheng teams up with director extraordinaire Chang Cheh in CHINATOWN KID to battle the Five Venoms before they poisoned themselves into cult status. Although Chang was chastised for using San Francisco stock shots to make like it was filmed in America, it's reminiscent of Jackie Chan's New York stock shots for RUMBLE IN THE BRONX. But to CHINATOWN KID'S credit, the incredibly violent fights are immensely satisfying as man on the run Tan Tung (Alexander Fu Sheng), one by one defeats each triad gang related venom while succumbing to the seductive powers of the ultra-sexy Shirley Yu only to realize that, in typical Chang Cheh style, materialism and heroism leads to nihilistic desecration.

    Fu Sheng , Kuo Chue , Sun Chien , Shirley Yu , Shaw Yin-yin

    Chang Cheh

  • 08:40 am

    Fatherless as a child, Hsiang (David Chiang) supports his mother, but gangsters kill his mother, so he starts killing in revenge. Unlike his swordplay heroes, Hsiang admits guilt, expresses sorrow and is imprisoned. Directed and played by Ti Lung, the film features great fights by Yuan Hsio-tieng (The Matrix's fight choreographer Yuen Woo-ping's father).

    David Chiang, Ti Lung

    Ti Lung

  • 10:30 am

    In the finale of this action-packed trilogy, Liu Chia-hui reprises his famous role, Monk San Te, as he tries to support Shaolin hero Fang Shih-yu who purposely attacks corrupt Ching officials.

    Liu Chia-hui, Hsiao Hou, Liu Chia-liang

    Liu Chia-liang

  • 12:10 pm

    Double Bliss tells the story of two students who fall in love and want to wed, but there is one small snag: their parents don't agree! The two ingenious lovebirds come up with what they think is a foolproof plan...They play dead!

    Liang Hsing-po, Ching Li, Chin Feng, Kao Pao-shu, Wei Ping-ou

    Chin Chien

  • 01:45 pm

    Long before he became internationally famous for directing Bruce Lee's first film and giving Jackie Chan his big break, Lo Wei was famous for his acting. He was, in fact, a wellknown matinee idol in the 1950's. He enjoyed appearing in front of the camera throughout his career - even in his five years working at the Shaw Studio. This was one of his most central roles, as the loyal swordsman ShangkuanHao, leader of the Black Dragon Clan. Sharing the screen with him was swordswoman supreme Cheng Pei-pei, the lovely and luminous superstar who also created an international stir with her one and only villainous role (in Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon). Here she is as most fans love her best: the heroic woman warrior who saves the country. But she must face the duplicitous White Dragons, the Flying Leopard, and the Red-headed Monk, among others, to secure the throne and safeguard a hoard of treasure.

    Cheng Pei-pei , Yueh Hua , Wu Fung, Lo Wei, Tien Feng

    Lo Wei

  • 03:45 pm

    Ling Yun plays a young musician hired by the manager of a popular band when the group's former drummer/leader Charlie, a guy with an ego bigger than his drums, quits to join a rival group. As the new drummer, Ling becomes an immediate hit. But there's trouble brewing. The former drummer is now very jealous of his replacement while the young drummer's mother is dead set against him having a music career.

    Lily Ho, Ling Yun, Yang Fang, Cheng Wen-ching

    Inoue Umetsugu

  • 05:30 pm

    The "godfather of the kung-fu film," Chang Cheh created this sweeping, all-action adventure of undercover, traveling patriots battling corrupt Mongol chieftains and their bloodthirsty henchmen. Choreographers Hsieh Hsing and Chen Hsin-yi guides a spectacular all-star kung-fu cast, led by international favorites Alexander Fu Sheng, David Chiang, Chi Kuan-chi and even Li Yi-min. With all of them fighting, plus more, there's hardly a moment to spare as stolen gold, hostage villagers, raging soldiers, corrupt courts, and an ammo dump complicate matters until both exceptional martial arts and explosions fill the screen.

    Fu Sheng, David Chiang, Chi Kuan-chun

    Chang Cheh

  • 07:15 pm

    The crazy bumpkins return for the third time! Ah Niu is minding his own business when a bag of jewels falls from the sky. And that's just the beginning of a series of misadventures!

    Ai Ti, Yeh Feng, Wang Sha

    John Lo Mar

  • 09:00 pm

    The "Venoms" were no more. After five years and more than a dozen films together, the only one of the original five who proved so successful for the director was the muscleman Lo Meng. But with just that one "venom" and his incredibly agile new star Cheng Tien-chi, he made this spectacular, internationally popular, favorite. Evil ninjas (who attack with, and from, fire, sun, wood, water, and the ground) brutally slaughter a noble Chinese kung-fu school's students. The one survivor finds a teacher and four students who are ninjitsu experts. The five graduates take revenge. With this strong structure and exceptional kung-fu choreography (from the star and co-star Chu Ke), Chang Cheh produced platinum. This film was one of the director's best of his superheroic, grand guignol period. By any name, it could be called, almost literally, "bloody good" entertainment!

    Lung Tien-hsing, Chen Tien-chi, Chen Hui-min

    Chang Cheh

  • 10:55 pm

    To the tune of the Osmonds hit song, this is a story of adolescent playfulness & innocence lost. Two best friends grow up together and teasingly meet two delightfully impish boys leading to the four to flirtatiously intermingle. However, the innocence of partner swapping eventually leads to a roller-coaster bouts of misunderstood emotions.

    Lin Shan-shan, Dicky Cheung, Pai Yin-jan

    Su Ching-wen