A feature length animation of the beloved Monkey King saga.
When Phil Simms sprained his foot against the Buffalo Bills in Week 15, an unproven Jeff Hostetler was thrust to the forefront. Hostetler exceeded expectations by winning four straight starts, including two playoff games, to reach Super Bowl® XXV. Veteran Ottis Anderson, a fill-in for the hobbled Rodney Hampton, rushed for 102 yards as New York beat Buffalo, 20-19, in one of the most thrilling Super Bowls® ever.
Bill Parcells has coached many great players over his NFL career, yet only a select few have been allowed to enter his inner circle. These are his "guys." The 86 Giants had a few "Parcells guys". Outside linebacker Lawrence Taylor collected 20.5 sacks that season and won the NFL MVP Award, the first defensive player to do so since 71. Joe Morris, a 1,500 yard rusher, was a Parcells favorite. Harry Carson, the vocal middle linebacker, and Mark Bavaro, a reserved tight end, were Parcells men, too. Quarterback Phil Simms was another matter. In eight years with the Giants, Simms had been maligned by the media and the fans for being good, but seldom great. Even a 14-2 regular season did not silence Simms' critics, or fully satisfy the demands of his head coach. Then, in Super Bowl XXI against Denver, Simms became the ultimate Parcells player, passing with a degree of precision unmatched in the big game's history.
The effect of people moving away from the Chinese countryside, portrayed in poetic, occasionally stunning and often magical scenes. A student returns to her birthplace because she has a premonition that her father, who has already been in his coffin for seven years, is dying.
An evil witch in Thailand is kidnaping and brainwashing beautiful women into joining her cult. A man and his girlfriend, searching for her missing sister, join forces with a priest and a local cop to fight the cult.
A grandfather and his young grandaughter travel to atown with a very unusual proposition: if any man can beat her in a fight, she will be his bride.
When the boss of a highly profitable Triad family is forced to flee from Hong Kong, rival gangs swoop in to steal any piece of the action they can. York Koo (Andy Lau) becomes the family's acting boss, and must do what he can to handle the difficult situation, with mounting pressure from both the Hong Kong police, and rival families.
It's Prohibition, and the boys wind up behind bars after Stan sells some of their home-brew beer to a policeman.
Shaw Brothers Exploitation Flick, 5th installment in "The Criminals" series.
A poor farmer who loves a woman he is forbidden to associate with becomes a hardened mercenary, and is hired by a local warlord as a professional assassin. Years later, he runs into his old love and begins to question his violent past
Shaw Legends Chi Kuan Chun (5 Masters of Shaolin, Men from the Monastery) and Lee I Min (Shaolin Temple, 7 Grandmaster) join forces to take on action maestro Tommy Lee (Hot, Cool and Viscous, Eagles Claw) in a marital arts masterpiece. Chi is the master of the Wing Chun Kung Fu, which has devastatingly close quarter combat techniques. The character played by Chi Kuan Chun is sent to look for a killer. The impulsive character played by Lee I Min is Lee is a student of the Buddha's Palm, a high level style from the Shaolin Temple. Mad that he wasn't chosen to go, he somehow finds himself on the same quest as Chi. Nonstop fights and comedy ensue with Lee I Min playing jokes on Kuan Chun and competing with him to achieve their goal. It all leads up to a fantastic team up in they end as together they face the insidious character played by Tommy Lee.
Storm over the Yangtze River tells the true story of undercover intelligence agent "Yangtze Number One" and his colleagues in Jianli County of Hubei Province, who risk their lives to carry out the "Dead Bridge Plan" to secure the "Yangtze 180 Blockade". The film garnered 4 awards at the 1969 Golden Horse Awards, including Best Leading Actor and Best Leading Actress.
Chai Jing's documentary about the massive smog problem in China. Chai Jing started making the documentary when her as yet unborn daughter developed a tumour in the womb, which had to be removed very soon after her birth. Chai blames air pollution for the tumour. The film, which combines footage of a lecture with interviews and factory visits, has been compared with Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth in both its style and likely impact. The film openly criticises state-owned energy companies, steel producers and coal factories, as well as showing the inability of the Ministry of Environmental Protection to act against the big polluters.