Crazy Love attempts to mix soft-core sex with broad situation comedy, and the surprise is that it actually works all right, for the most part. Continue reading
A really young girl wants to grow up as quick as possible to be with her swim teacher. Mysteriously, her wishes come true the next day. As a small kid in a woman’s body, she becomes exposed to the adult life, and finds that it’s just not right for her. Peach is a young girl of eight who makes a wish on a wishing tree. She wants to be older. Continue reading
Events in a brothel in HK in the 1920s, concerning several sets of characters. There’s a group of businessmen who try to outdo each other, to their eventual financial ruin. There’s young Mr Chan who has a rich father, and who is adored by two sisters (Sim and Nan) who are sold to the brothel. There’s a beauty contest, the winner being the one who raises the most for charity, who then sleeps with the winner, but the winner is Kwai Piu Heung, who has hated men ever since she was screwed sore by the bane of HK whores, Master Ma. Loads of nudity and sex scenes with a number of very pretty girls.
Gong Tau takes the audience back to an earlier time, when Hong Kong movies were gory, twisted, and enormously entertaining guilty pleasures. Mark Cheng (Election 2) stars in this Category III shocker as Rockman, a chiseled cop whose latest case may be the death of him. Continue reading
The sexy antics of four now-adult classmates. Chu, the only male, is unsure which of two of the group he really fancies. Continue reading
Tony is engaged to Sandra Lo, whose mother is company chairwoman Helen Lo. Although Tony swears he’ll be true to Sandra, he quickly beds mother Helen. But Tony is secretly working for Chiu, who is planning a hostile takeover of Lo Enterprises by fair means or foul, including showing photos of Tony having sex with Helen to Helen’s business partner Tsang. Chiu’s son Fat is also a rival for Sandy’s affections, causing he and Tony to have a few spectacular brawls over her. Roy Cheung puts in a guest appearance as Chiang, the trainer of the Lo’s racehorse Lucky, and he (Roy, not the horse !) gets a few fu kicks against the villains as well. And their family chauffeur Li puts up a pretty good final fight against Tony.
Ma is married to a bad-tempered old basttard in a wheelchair, but also loves a young man. When he is killed by her equally awful cousin, Ma has a spell cast to keep her at the same age until her lover reincarnates. Forty years on, Ma (now Maria) has not aged, and she finds him. But he (now named Robert) is happily married to Amy. When Robert travels to Manila, Maria follows him, and finds a sorcerer to cast a love spell. Amy finds out, and tries to take her husband back.
Lin Guocai and Miao Keyi was an admirable couple. Lin appeared to be a very loving husband, but in fact he was having an affair with his assistant Stella. He even contemplated to murder his wife for her sumptuous wealth which was worth over billions. One day, Miao was kidnapped by Stella’s husband Pang, whose initial plan was to beat Lin up. He hid Miao in a rented boat and left. Miao was almost raped by the vicious boat keeper Biao. Fortunately, she was saved by Pang and they became friends. It wasn’t long when Pang gradually discovered he has fallen in love with Miao….. Continue reading
Veronica hires a former gigolo (Simon, of course) to impregnate her. What starts out as a job for him, turns into an obsession for her, as he takes his job very seriously and does it well. As she is falling deeper for him, he has fallen for lawyer, Sandra Ng, which has Veronica on the brink of insanity. Veronica, not getting what she wants, eventually frames him for murder, with Sandra coming to his aid in court to attempt to clear his name and expose Veronica for the scorned former lover that she has become.