Oct 26

Las Vegas Happy Woman (1996) aka Du cheng kuai huo nu

MadamQ96In 1987, A gambling contest gets nasty, and the loser has his hand chopped off. 1992, The other side loses. A spiral of revenge begins. 1997, The main competitors this year come from Japan, and the Hong Kong side fears losing. There is a gambling champion who has two women vying for his attention, one of whom is Japanese. The champion’s assistant has another Japanese lady after him. There are dirty tricks and changing allegiances all over the places, as well as sex scenes aplenty.

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Oct 25

1448 Love Among Us (2014) aka รักเรา..ของใคร

Relationships that men do not understand. It is rather predictable. Pim is unsatisfied with her man and when he chooses to leave her to study abroad, she makes sure all ties with him are cut. Enter another woman, Pat. The two women embark on a relationship almost too quickly. They go as far as having a wedding, in which Pat’s parents refuse to attend.

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Oct 24

Maid’s Secret: Welcome Home (2007) aka Meido no hi · mi · tsu

They’re beautiful, they’re exotic, and in this particular case, what’s underneath that Maid uniform may not even be human! After all, if you’re an otherworldly spirit and you’re trying to hide your existence from the world, what better way to do it than working at a restaurant where the waitresses dress as maids and pretend to cater to their customers’ every whim? Starring international AV star Maria Ozawa. Maid’s Secret: Welcome Home is a cute enough show that plays up a few different areas well enough to get by. The sex is appealing, it has some fun with the supernatural – I especially liked the talking wall that hits on women walking by – and it runs with the cosplay and maid material in a decent way. It’s cute and harmless for the most part but it also felt like the torture stuff didn’t fit in with the rest of the show. Maid’s Secret: Welcome Home is mostly harmless and it plays up the titillation aspect nicely with attractive actors and decently done scenes for what it is.

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