The Liu Chia-liang trained Hui Ying-hung was considered the top action martial arts female star in the 1980s. It is her martial arts abilities that Michelle Yeoh tries to emulate. In The Tiger and the Widow, Hui Ying-hung is somehow mixed up in a salt smuggling ring that stinks of missing persons and rotten dilemmas.
Swordsman Peng fought against many swordsmen and won, so he could not accept his first defeat and wanted to commit suicide. It is at this time that Peng meets the granddaughter of a mystic Sect leader. They fall in love and want to get married. The Sect leader gives Peng the “Full Moon Scimitar” on the condition that he will never leave the sect.
The story is based on a famous Chinese opera. A young impoverished scholar, Zhang, is enchanted by Hong, the daughter of an influential family whom he meets in a temple. The young couple faces the threat of separation due to her family’s objection, so Hong’s maid secretly helps to arrange their rendezvous in the West Chamber!
The curious title in this Huangmei Opera romance refers to the two props that signal a happy beginning between a scholar and a local beauty. The scholar polishes mirrors so as to be closer to his love, who signals her approval by tossing him some lichees. From that point on the course of their love becomes rocky, complete with murder and suicide.
Convoy Master Li’s wife has an affair with his rival Long, who plans to steal Li’s Golden Blade and kill him as well as his young daughter. Li and his daughter manage to escape and the latter grows up to be a skilled swordswoman who vows to avenge her mother’s death – a lie told by Li. The truth is revealed when she sees her mother alive by chance.
An imperial minister Cheng betroths his pretty younger daughter, Ye, to his friend's son, Mu. His wife however, refuses to let Ye marry before her elder daughter Yan, who is ugly and undesirable. Yan is asked to pretend as Ye to meet Mu but scares him away. A rich guy who likes Ye meanwhile pretends as Mu to attend the wedding...
Li Hsiang-chun, King Feng, Kao Pao-shu, Jen Chieh, Ching Miao, Chiang Kwong-chao
One of the first kung fu comedies, this is a story about a con artist who uses kung fu to swindle villagers for money by pretending to be possessed by spirits. When they are threatened by bandits, he must use the same skills for good.
Hell may have no fury like a woman scorned, but hell literally, really has no wrath like a lusting ghost scorned! Cult classic director Kuei Chih-hung shoots the works with this amazing horror romance starring muscular "Venom" Lo Meng.
Wong Yang is a famous martial artist who is forced to teach kung fu to the Mong Clan, an evil clan which is trying to destroy its nemesis, the Chow Clan. Chow Ping from the Chow Clan is a student of Wong’s caught in the Mong’s territory and as punishment, the Mong Clan wants to cut off Chow Ping’s limbs. Wong steps in to defend his student.
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.
Mrs Lin's husband and his friend both have affairs with a belly dancer Sasa, and are both blackmailed by her. Sasa is stabbed one day and her brother shows up asking for money. A mysterious man also claims he can offer evidence for cash to help Lin’s husband. Lin has to unveil the deceit, double-crosses and blackmailing before she is in danger too!
Ivy Ling Po , Kao Yuen , Li Hsiang-chun , Wang Hsieh