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DVD: Shanghai Noon (DVD, 2000) An action-comedy with a decidedly Western twist, SHANGHAI NOON features more acrobatics from superstar Jackie Chan. Chon Wang (Chan) is a dedicated member of the Chinese Imperial Guard. When the emperor's former captain, Lo Fong (Yuan), oversees an...
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DVD: Buck and the Preacher (DVD, 1999, Subtitled Korean, Portuguese, Spanish, Th... Sidney Poitier directs and stars in this all-black western about an ex-Union Army cavalry soldier leading a group of recently-freed slaves to the western frontier in post-Civil War America. Tagging along with Buck are his wife Ruth (Ruby Dee) and a...
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DVD: Five Deadly Venoms (DVD, 2009) As the master of the Poison Clan lies dying, he sends his one faithful disciple to hunt down the five "Venoms," former students now turned to evil. But each of the students has his own special kung-fu skill, and besting them may be impossible.
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DVD: Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (DVD, 2001, Special Edition) Known for making films about familial relationships, director Ang Lee surprised everyone with his martial arts epic CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON. Based on a novel by Wang Du Lu, CROUCHING TIGER starts with the revenge plot common in the wuxia...
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DVD: Kung Fu Hustle (Blu-ray Disc, 2006) Stephen Chow's follow-up to SHAOLIN SOCCER ups the over-the-top action quotient by about three zillion percent. The story is set in 1930s Hong Kong, with Chow as a shaggy-haired, would-be bad guy named Sing, who gets caught up in the middle of a war...
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DVD: Rush Hour 3 (DVD, 2007, O-Sleeve) In director Brett Ratner's RUSH HOUR 3, African-American cop James Carter (Chris Tucker) once again reunites with Chinese inspector Lee (Jackie Chan) to both taunt and battle bad guys. Whereas the first movie was on Carter's turf, and the second was...
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DVD: Shanghai Noon/Shanghai Knights (DVD, 2008) An action-comedy double feature with a decidedly Western twist, SHANGHAI NOON and its follow-up SHANGHAI KNIGHTS offer high-flying acrobatics from superstar Jackie Chan and delightfully dry humor from co-star Owen Wilson. SHANGHAI NOON stars Jackie...
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Book: The Five Chinese Brothers by Claire Huchet Bishop (1996, Paperback) The classic picture-story about five clever brothers, each with a different extraordinary ability, has been in print for over 50 years. "An original nonsense tale told with...spirit and gusto." -- The Horn Book
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DVD: House of Flying Daggers (DVD, 2005) Following up his award-winning martial-arts drama HERO, director Zhang Yimou (JU DOU, RAISE THE RED LANTERN) tells an intricately detailed love story in the swordfighting epic HOUSE OF FLYING DAGGERS, set during the final days of the Tang Dynasty. A...
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DVD: Kung Fu Hustle (DVD, 2005, Widescreen) Stephen Chow's follow-up to SHAOLIN SOCCER ups the over-the-top action quotient by about three zillion percent. The story is set in 1930s Hong Kong, with Chow as a shaggy-haired, would-be bad guy named Sing, who gets caught up in the middle of a war...
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