There was a movie in the 90s called “Hong Kong Movies“! BGM sounded as if back to that VCD era

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The 1980s and 1990s was the peak of Hong Kong's film industry. During this period, many myths about small costs and big box office emerged, and many g

During the 1980s and 1990s was the peak of Hong Kong's film industry. During this period, many myths about small costs and big box office emerged, and many geniuses and talents directors almost always used movies only in In the production of the picture, all the plots can be found in the old movie. The feeling of acquaintance from the time is found in the old movie. The director of that period led the film impact of the next 15 years or so with his personal imagination. bottleneck.

Wu Yusen’s "Heroic True Colors" series, "Hot Detective", "Blood-blooding Duo"

Xu Ke "Huang Feihong" Series, "Green Snake", "Man and Han Banquet", "Knife", "Downstream", "A Chinese Ghost Story" series, "Double Dragon Club", "Shu Mountain" series, "Black Knight"”

Lin Lingdong’s "Prison Situation" series, "Dragon and Tiger Situation", "High Security", "Rogue High Flying"

Du Qifeng, "A Lang's Story", "Executive Officer", "Gunfire", "Three Heroes of the East" series, "One Hundred Thousand Hot" "True Hero"

Jackie Chan "Plan A", "Police Story" series, "Dragon Brothers and Tigers", "Flying Eagle Project", "Who Am I" p>

Zhou Xingchi"Sage of Gamblers", "Playing Back to School", "Laughing Westward Journey"

Wang Jing, "God of Gamblers", "New Shaolin Five Patriarchs", "Supreme" series, " "City Hunter", "Deer Ding Ji", "Nine Grade Sesame Officials", "The True Colors of New Heroes"

Wang Jiawei, "Carmen in Mong Kok", "A Fei Zheng Chuan", "Chongqing Forest", "Happy New Year" "Leaves", "Evils in the West", "Fallen Angels"

There are too many classic movies. I can only list the ones I saw when I was a child and left a deep impression. Masterpiece.


Jingwu Hero (1994)

There was a movie in the 90s called “Hong Kong Movies“! BGM sounded as if back to that VCD era

At the end of the 1920s, in order to fulfill Master’s volunteerism, Chen Zhen (played by Jet Li) went to the East to learn advanced technology. He liked The Japanese girl Mitsuko Yamada (played by Shinobu Nakayama). Because of the death of master Huo Yuanjia, Chen Zhen returned to China to assist Master’s son Huo Tingen (played by Qian Xiaohao) in presiding over the business of Jingwumen, but he unexpectedly aroused his jealousy. On the other hand, Chen Zhen traced the cause of Master’s death and suspected that it was a Japanese officer Fujita Takeshi (played by Zhou Billi) secretly using chronic poison to kill Huo Yuanjia. Chen Zhen asked a doctor for an autopsy to confirm that Master was indeed poisoned and died. .Fujita fears that the conspiracy will be revealed, murdering and setting up blame, unfolding a series of evilsBucket. Soon, Fujita challenged the Jingwumen, and he induced the head ship of the Japanese Black Dragon Association to challenge the Jingwukan. On the day of the competition, the two sides launched a thrilling decisive battle.

There was a movie in the 90s called “Hong Kong Movies“! BGM sounded as if back to that VCD era

this The film may be the best in the history of Jet Li's kung fu movies. Whether in terms of action design, ideological expression, or understanding of martial arts and martial arts, it is an unparalleled model in kung fu movies. The movie was born in the era of the big bang of new-style martial arts and kung fu movies, and this is also the time of the end of the Hong Kong-style martial arts film. In these years, the best Jet Li encounterHe played with the best Tsui Hark, Yuan Heping and Ping Ping. At the same time, he left many excellent plays. In the film, Jet Li’s three heavy head fights were all against real masters, especially Fujita Gang Zhou Billy. Champions of the World Fighting Championship, the two moves have been ingeniously designed, and their effects are rarely seen in movies so far. Jet Li’s Chen Zhen expressed his understanding and perception of kung fu, as well as the concept of martial arts, and surpassed a lot. The state of kung fu movies. In contrast, the story itself does not have much brilliance, and for national sentiment, it is not blindly used and incited. It adopts an objective and rational attitude. The characters are distinctive and the supporting roles are also brilliant. The younger sister of Miho Nakayama Zhongshan Ren is stunning


Plan A (1983)

There was a movie in the 90s called “Hong Kong Movies“! BGM sounded as if back to that VCD era

At the beginning of the last century, rampant Hong Kong pirates hijacked merchant ships. Considering that the investment confidence of merchants in various countries would be reduced as a result, the status of the Hong Kong International Trade Center might not be preserved. Law and order.
   Captain Ma Rulong (Jackie Chan) was framed while performing official duties and resigned in anger. Pirate leader Luo Sanpao (Di Wei) took the families of officers and soldiers as hostages, and the authorities decided to use insider Zhou Yongling to mediate. Ma Rulong volunteered to rescue the hostages because he had known that Zhou Yongling had colluded with the pirates., He reorganized the navy division and formulated Plan A, hoping to work with his boss Hong Tianci (Yuan Biao) and his good brother Zhuo Yifei (Hong Jinbao ) Combining inside and outside to catch all pirates.

There was a movie in the 90s called “Hong Kong Movies“! BGM sounded as if back to that VCD era

Port The classic Iron Triangle model of the film laid a solid foundation for a series of tacit cooperation after Jackie Chan, Yuen Biao and Sammo Hung. The pioneering work that established Jackie Chan's modern action comedy style, and paid tribute to Chaplin and Bath in the Western silent film eraThe funny action styles of Te Keaton, etc., make full use of space, props, body language, etc. to design the action scenes with ease and full of laughter (the bike street fighting is the most exciting). The biggest highlight of watching this kind of old film is naturally the filming highlights at the end, Jackie Chan’s famous deeds of jumping the clock tower.


Play Back to School (1991)

There was a movie in the 90s called “Hong Kong Movies“! BGM sounded as if back to that VCD era

Zhou Xing Xing (Zhou XingChi (Chi) is the captain of the Flying Tigers. He was ordered to go to Sheng Yuqiang Middle School as an undercover agent to find the gun that was stolen by the Superintendent during the visit. Zhou Xingxing accepted the task even though he was helpless. He quickly adapted to the school life. He was also supported by many students in the school, and Zhou Xingxing also took advantage of the trend to investigate the missing gun case. Another police undercover agent, Cao Dahua (Wu Mengda), also participated in this case, and finally joined forces with his classmates to help Zhou Xingxing crack a large arms trafficking case.

There was a movie in the 90s called “Hong Kong Movies“! BGM sounded as if back to that VCD era

General The plot of the undercover investigation, everything is also Hong KongThe usual routines of police films, but it is because of Mr. Zhou Xingchi's joining that it has become so different. Zhou Xingchi’s appointment in danger, blackboard erasing, tutoring lessons, including the final maze decisive battle, have all become classic bridges. Through Zhou Xingchi’s vivid, delicate, exaggerated and wonderful performances, they are perfectly performed, making this film deeply imprinted by Zhou Xingchi. . This is another classic that broke the record of Hong Kong Films. The style of "Zhou's comedy" took shape.


A Chinese Ghost Story (1987)

There was a movie in the 90s called “Hong Kong Movies“! BGM sounded as if back to that VCD era

The scholar Ning Caichen (played by Leslie Cheung) failed to collect the bill,There is nowhere to go, so he stays at Lanruo Temple, a ghost temple, and meets the hero Yan Chixia (Wuma ornaments), and the two become neighbors. One day, I ran into a beautiful girl named Xiaoqian (Wang Zuxian). The two of them are in love, but Xiaoqian is a ghost controlled by the tree demon's grandmother, who specializes in confusing the strong man to absorb the sun on her behalf. Xiaoqian saw that Ning Caichen was kind-hearted and couldn't bear the harm, and her relationship with him gradually deepened. Ning Caichen wanted to save Xiaoqian from the clutches of her grandma, but because of her profound skills, Xiaoqian could not get out of her clutches. The two asked Yan Chixia for help...

There was a movie in the 90s called “Hong Kong Movies“! BGM sounded as if back to that VCD era

The most classic romance, the most perfectOne of the Hong Kong films! The director's photography, editing, soundtrack, lighting and modeling props scripts are all top-notch. As for the actors, Leslie Cheung and Joey Wang, their acting skills are extraordinary, majestic, and glamorous. Love martial arts thriller comedy blends perfectly, with no pee, sometimes laughing and tearing. The real one is: Shili Pinghu is full of frost, and every inch of green silk is sad, looking at the moon shape alone, only envy mandarin ducks but not immortals.


Xiaolin Boy 2: New Wulong Courtyard (1994)

There was a movie in the 90s called “Hong Kong Movies“! BGM sounded as if back to that VCD era

The demon head, the devil, who disappeared a while ago, came out again, this time herThe purpose is to print the marrow washing sutra on the right hand of the master wall master in the Wulongyuan. So, the demon bought the confused killers Huang Ningmen (played by Zhang Weijian) and Red lemons (played by Ye Quanzhen), and sent them to the Oolong Courtyard to chop the lower wall master's right palm and bring them back. After Yellow Lemon and Red Lemon came to Oolong Yard, they met three grotesque disciples in the temple. These three people fought with their master (played by Li Mingyang) from time to time, but Red and Yellow Lemon thought these three were not easy. These three disciples behaved strangely, and hilarious scenes appeared from time to time. Can the red and yellow lemons complete the task?

There was a movie in the 90s called “Hong Kong Movies“! BGM sounded as if back to that VCD era

Super Engage inLaugh, just click it. After all, it was late at night and thought it would shut down soon. Unfortunately, the plot is very attractive, and I stayed up again. At that time, Shi Xiaolong and Hao Shaowen were so cute, just like that, they just held up the whole film and watched these bad mentally handicapped films. I miss it very much. And the temple is very impressive, the scene of cleaning the fallen leaves in late autumn, instantly kills. Zhang Weijian is very boring, and Uncle Da still has feelings even after leaving the star.


God of Gamblers (1989)

There was a movie in the 90s called “Hong Kong Movies“! BGM sounded as if back to that VCD era

Gao Jin (played by Chow Yun-fat) came to Hong Kong to fight against the gambling demon. Unexpectedly, when he arrived in Hong Kong, he was chased and killed by Nan Ge (played by Yang Zelin). He lost his memory after falling into a trap. Fortunately, Dao Zi (played by Andy Lau) and his girlfriend Zhen (played by Wang Zuxian) were rescued. They took Gao Jin home to recuperate, and found that Gao Jin was proficient in gambling. Big money, but lost money because of Gao Jin’s instability.
   Gao Jin’s wife was insulted and killed by his cousin Gao Yi after being drunk. Gao Yi then teamed up with Nan Ge to design the murder of Gao Jin and searched everywhere for Jin’s hiding place. Go to chase and kill. While fleeing, Gao Jin was injured when the car overturned, and he recovered his memory-but he couldn't remember what happened during his amnesia. Dao Tsai reminded Jin that Gao Yi was not a good person, but Jin was resolutely kept in the dark. Don’t know the danger.

There was a movie in the 90s called “Hong Kong Movies“! BGM sounded as if back to that VCD eraClassic, a landmark work in the gambling era, and one of Fa Ge’s masterpieces First, the high advancement of the gambling god in this film has almost become the label of Fa Ge's acting career. This may be the most influential and well-known work that Wang Jing has ever shot. This film set off a major climax in Hong Kong gambling films in the early 1990s. Even in terms of the design of the story itself, it is not particularly good. But by constantly creating conflicts and arranging eye-catching bridges to appear, Wang Jing still controls the rhythm of the film well, and the overall visibility is high. In fact, compared with the plot, it is undoubtedly the performance of the actors that is more deeply rooted in the hearts of the people, especially theBrother's god of gambling, after his high advancement, almost no one can compare with it. What is even more rare is his different interpretations of the two roles of the character, his performance is perfect, and the little figure Huazi is also in place. ; The appearance of Wang Zuxian and Zhang Min is really a combination of beauty, Zhang Min is so beautiful, Wang Zuxian is even more shocking, and also shows a sexy figure; Xiang Huaqiang, as an investor boss, stays as an investor. Under the classic character of Dragon Five.


Happy Ghost (1984)

There was a movie in the 90s called “Hong Kong Movies“! BGM sounded as if back to that VCD era

Qing Dynasty, ten consecutive examsAfter failing to get the top pick for many times, Zhu Xiucai (Huang Baiming) was angry with his father and left his wife. He also committed suicide by hanging a beam in a temple. As a result, he was unable to reincarnate and his soul was attached to what he used to commit suicide. On the twine.
  Time came to the 1980s, Hong Kong high school girls Lin Xiaohua (Li Lizhen), Lin Qingqing (Luo Mingzhu) and Yan Ruyu (Lin Shanshan) encountered a storm during their summer trip. To avoid the rain, they broke into the temple where Zhu Xiucai committed suicide. Lieutenant Lin Qingqing brought the twine with Zhu Xiucai’s soul into the room, causing a scream, but as the exchange deepened, they gradually became friends with Zhu Xiucai. Through the encouragement of each other, each other became more clear about the way to go next-of course, there were many jokes in the process.

There was a movie in the 90s called “Hong Kong Movies“! BGM sounded as if back to that VCD eraThere are five films in the Happy Ghost series with the following names: "Happy Ghost", "Happy Ghost in Summer Vacation", "happy ghost hits ghost", "happy ghost saves happy ghost", "happy ghost goes wrong ". The one-act play "Zhu Xiucai" inspired by a stage is a drama competition for middle school students. Huang Baiming and Tsui Hark were invited as guests. The screenwriter of "Zhu Xiucai"And the director is now the famous Ma Weihao.

I watched the disc when I was young. In the hot summer, I couldn't sleep in the middle of the night and went to the refrigerator to grab an iced watermelon and smiled while watching. Pure and good teenage time.


A happy event at home (1992)

There was a movie in the 90s called “Hong Kong Movies“! BGM sounded as if back to that VCD eraThe Chang's eldest brother Changman (played by Huang Baiming) has a successful career, but he dislikes his wife, Sister Cheng (played by Wu Junru), who is a yellow-faced woman and does not know how to dress up. Sister Cheng serves the elderly demented in-laws at home every day. She is loved by Chang Sao (Legislation Leslie) and Chang Huan (Chow Xingchi).The sissy Chang Sao and Liang Wushuang (played by Mao Shunyun), a cousin of the "male woman", are rivals, but when they are both emotionally hurt at the same time, love begins. Chang Huan is a famous playboy, but accidentally broke his mind. Girlfriend He Liyu (Decorated by Maggie Cheung) is still willing to stay with him. When everyone has a sense of belonging, they have to help the elder brother find a way to restore the relationship with Sister Cheng.

There was a movie in the 90s called “Hong Kong Movies“! BGM sounded as if back to that VCD eraHong Kong movies in the 1990s are in full swing, this The film can be said to be a masterpiece of Hong Kong comedy movies, with big names gathered, and many people will become the queens of heaven in the future Hong Kong film industry. Video laughIt is full of material, humorous and not vulgar, and many of the comedic effects in the film are still common stalks of the film. At the end of the film, the scene of Leslie Cheung, who was in a suit recovering his original handsome appearance, made me cry.


There was a movie in the 90s called “Hong Kong Movies“! BGM sounded as if back to that VCD era


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