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   Young-eon (Kim Ok-bin), the top singer at an all girls school, is murdered by a music sheet cutting her throat in the opening scene. The day following her death nobody can see or hear her except her friend Seon-min (Seo Ji-hye).
   After Young-eon convinces Seon-min that it is her voice that can be heard the two attempt to find out what happened to Young-eon.

   Champion competitive marksman Ken comes across an armored van robbery. He sees a policeman held hostage and shoots and kills four of the robbers.
   One of the robbers escapes and the policeman survives. The case is handled by Jerry Chang, whom Ken knows from having recently beaten him in a shooting match. Ken is found not guilty in court. Soon after, Ken is attacked by the escaped robber Pang Tao.

   Song Kang-ho is a former intelligence agent ("Han-kyu") who was kicked out of his job six years ago following a suspicious event that unfolded in the heart of Seoul.
   Facing a similar situation north of the border, Kang Dong-won plays "Ji-won", a North Korean spy who has also been cast out from his job, whose personality is described as cold on the outside, warm on the inside.

   In 1996 a small Korean town is undergoing a large-scale construction in preparation for Winter Olympics bid. In the middle of the construction, the local committee receives a report that they do not have sufficient athletes to compete. They conclude to form a ski jump team in order to represent the event.
   Former American Junior alpine athlete Bob is an adoptee who came to Korea in search of his mother. With 4 other non-experienced athletes, he form the first Korean ski jump team. there's no turning back, it's a challenge they committed to.

   Cat and Mouse is a costume comedy loosely based on the popular Chinese novel Qi Xia Wu Yi about the story of Judge Pao in the Song Dynasty and his group of heroic helpers, who together solve cases and catch criminals galore.
   In the original story, Zhan Zhao (aka "the Imperial Cat") is constantly at loggerheads with Bai Yutong (aka "the Multicolored Mouse"), a Robin Hood figure who assists Judge Pao from the other side of the law. Their conflict experiences a modern rendition in this hilariously iconoclastic film, where Bai Yutong is turned into a cross-dressing heroine played by Cecilia Cheung with a crush on Zhan Zhao played by Andy Lau.

   Dan (Fan Siu Wong) is assigned to work together with Fang (Charlene Choi) on the same police department under the instruction of her father, Inspector Chung (Hui Siu Hung). One day Fang rescues a murder witness, June (Maggie Lee) during her first patrol.
   As June will be required to stand as a key witness during the trial she needs full protection as she is one of the participants in "Miss Asia Beauty Pageant". The duo, assisted by Madam Tie (Sandra Ng) and Lok (Lu Yi) decide to go undercover in order to protect June.

   Seven-year-old Sang-woo is left with his grandmother in a remote village while his mother looks for work. Born and raised in the city, Sang-woo quickly comes into conflict with his old-fashioned grandmother and his new rural surroundings. Disrespectful and selfish, Sang-woo lashes out in anger, perceiving that he has been abandoned. Sang-woo doesn't much care for his Grandmother, and prefers to spend his time playing with his hand-held video game rather than have anything to do with her.
   When Sang-woo's mother finds work and finally returns for him, Sang-woo has become a different boy. Through his grandmother's boundless patience and devotion, he learns to embrace empathy, humility and the importance of family.

   The young singer Britney Bich called Teenage Princess, together with her 5 weird bodyguards have caused a lot of ridiculous troubles which give her good lessons for her music career.

   In 1970s Hong Kong, rapacious landlords try to evict 72 tenants but sworn brothers Ha Kung and Shek Kin help the group of 72 defeat the landlord and landlady and coincidentally rescue Pinky from a planned forced marriage. When both sworn brothers fall for Pinky and propose to her, she flips a coin heads or tails, they both cheated during the toss but Ha wins her hand in marriage.
   The sworn brothers become sworn enemies and Sheks hatred fuels intense rivalry against Ha in business dealings ranging from the manufacture of plastic flowers to the selling of stinky bean curd. Even after 40 years they continue to clash and in 2010 they are in keen competition selling electronics appliances in Sai Yeung Choi Street, Mongkok, the busiest street in the city and still home to the 72 tenants.

   Based on a cell-phone novel that moved 11 million people to tears, "Sky of Love" is a story about a regular girl's three stormy years in high school. While her friends are absorbed about their boyfriends, Mika is clueless about falling in love. She begins receiving phone calls from a boy she doesn't know and is gradually drawn to him. She finally meets him but their happy days soon pass as trouble is brewing on the horizon.

   Set during China's Warring States Period (475 BC - 221 BC), "The Warring States" centers on the rivalry between military strategists Sun Bin (Honglei Sun) and Pang Juan (Francis Ng)...

   Choy Lee Fut" revolves around two best friends in Europe (played by real-life best friends Sammy Hung and Kane Kosugi) who love martial arts. They are Hung Gar exponents after learning the art from Hung's father (Sammo Hung). When they want to learn other forms of martial arts, they head off to China in an attempt to learn the art of Choy Li Fut Kung Fu.

   "Floating Lives" centers around a peasant family living in the Mekong Delta and a man's search for romantic redemption. The peasant family consists of the father Mr. Vu, daughter Nuong and son Dien. The family lives nomadicaly on a boat after the father burned their house down in retaliation for his wife's infidelity. One day, the children bring in a prostitute who was severely beaten by the townspeople...

   Set in pre-1997, before the return of Hong Kong to the People's Republic of China, the film opens with brothers Archer, Tony and Tiger discussing a drug deal with Sam, a rival gang leader. Ma Jun, a serious criminal investigations detective, along with a team of police officers, raids the nightclub for investigation...

   The Lost Bladesman is a 2011 Hong Kong film adapted from the story of Guan Yu crossing five passes and slaying six generals in Luo Guanzhong's historical novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms. It stars Donnie Yen as Guan, who also served as the film's action director. Written and directed by Alan Mak and Felix Chong. Filming began in March 2010 and wrapped up on 30 June 2010.

   Khang is a charming and handsome playboy; Hieu is his earnest and hardworking "Bill Gates" wannabe sidekick. "The Boys" are sent to study abroad in the US. And love changed everything. The romantic comedy sensation that swept Vietnam comes to America.

   Cinderella Man is a Korean drama directed by Yeo Jeong-Joon and starring Kwon Sang-woo and Im Yoona as the main protagonists. Modeled after a more modern, masculine version of Cinderella.The drama is about twin brothers Kwon Sang-woo (Oh Dae-san and Lee Joon-hee) in differently opposite lives. Dae-san is a clothing designer who operates a small shop in Dongdaemun Market and dreams of wealth. He meets Joon-hee one day, the heir of a fashion empire, who invites him to model. And the story starts...

   Based on the biblical story of Adam and Eve's first two sons, Cain and Abel is about Cain's jealousy towards his brother Abel. Lee Cho In is a very gifted doctor who has everything that he wants whereas his older brother, Seon Woo, is jealous of all the attention that Cho In receives. Seon Woo blames his brother for taking everything good in his life away from him. Seon Woo blames Cho In for getting their father's love, getting more recognition as a doctor, and for stealing the woman he loves.

   Aftershock is a Chinese drama film depicting the aftermath of the 1976 Tangshan earthquake directed by Feng Xiaogang. In 1976 Tangshan, Yuan Ni lives in a small apartment with her husband and their twins Fang Deng and Fang Da. Suddenly the ground shakes, and buildings begin tumbling down. Their house falls down, trapping her two children...

   Journey to the West is a Chinese television series adaptation of Wu Cheng'en's Chinese classical novel of the same title. The series was first broadcast on CCTV in China on 1 October 1986. The series became an instant classic in China and is still being praised as the best and most authentic interpretation of the novel.

   Reign of Assassins is a wuxia film directed by Su Chao-pin and co-directed by John Woo. The film is shot in China and set during the Ming Dynasty. The film stars Michelle Yeoh, who plays an assassin who tries to return to a normal life after being counseled by a priest. After saving her husband and herself from a gang, she attracts the attention of her former assassin gang.

   Ten years ago, a heroic couple was kidnapped to a remote island to look for the Dragon Sabre. Now they return to mainland with their son Wuji, and all the swordsmen are after them for the legendary weapon. The couple commits suicide to uphold their honor, leaving Wuji an orphan to adventure in the martial arts world alone...

   It's the year 1930. Xu Wenqiang was expelled from his university when he was captured by the police during a protest. That was the last time he saw his university love, Fang Yanyun. After he got out of prison, he went to Shanghai...

   Goong is a story about young love in face of tradition, politics, and intrigue. In the imaginary world, modern-day Korea is a constitutional monarchy and the Royal Family lives in a grand Palace, the Goong. Story opens with the sudden death of the reigning the King...

   Many years ago, Yan Chixia aspired to become an excellent demon hunter, so he chose Black Hill as his place of training and fulfilling his dream...

   Many years ago, When Gong Chan (Lee Dong Wook) meets the lively and beautiful Yoo Rin (Lee Da Hae), he finds out that she has connections to his missing cousin, whom his grandfather has been searching for. He asks Yoo Rin to lie about being his long missing cousin until he can find his real cousin. She says yes, but soon their feelings for each other get in the way of their plans. Gong Chanís friend, Jung Woo (Lee Joon Ki) falls for Yoo Rin while Gong Chanís ex-girlfriend, Seo Hyun (Park Si Yeon), a pro tennis player, tries to win him back. Will the two ever tell each other how they feel? Will Gong Chan ever find his real cousin?

   Jang Joon Ha is a man out for vengeance. In one day, Joon Ha lost the two most important people in his life. His brother, Young Ha, was wrongly convicted of a crime that he did not commit. The woman that he loved was murdered and his brother was the prime suspect. Joon Ha, an attorney, sets out to prove that someone else committed the crime...

   Shin Hwa School is a school for rich people, attended by Goo Jun-pyo, the heir of the global corporation Shin Hwa Group, Yoon Ji-hoo, So Yi-jeong, and Song Woo-bin which form a gang called F4. Jun-pyo, the leader of F4, is the main ruffian. Geum Jan-di, who is not from rich family, ends up attending Shin Hwa School when she saves a boy from jumping off the rooftop and is given a scholarship to quiet down all the publicity the incident has caused. The entire school worships the F4 except for Jan-di. However, she holds a certain soft spot for Yoon Ji-hoo, who appears to be different from the other three. Jan-di finally speaks up against F4 to defend her friend, Oh Min Ji. From then on, she becomes Jun-pyo's main rival...

   Adapted from Gu Long's novel of same title, "A shooting star burns but briefly, but while it burns what other star in the heavens is as bright, as brilliant. When a shooting star appears not even the stars in the enduring constellations can match its light. The life of a butterfly is delicate even more fragile than flowers, but alas it lives only in the spring. It is beauty, it is freedom, it is flight. Although its life is short it is fragrant. Only swords, in comparison are eternal. A swordsman holds his light, his brilliance and light in his hands, but should the sword feel emotion will its brilliance be as short as that of a meteor". The novel touches on the themes of life, love and ambition and what is endured, betrayed and sacrificed to achieve each...

   The Battle Continues. L is still Suspicious about Light Yagami. which he believes to be Kira and on the other Hand Light Yagami met a Girl who is believe to had a Death God Eyes and a Death Note. Now there are two Kira. Will L Succeed in Tracking Down Kira. Who will be the Last Name. Will Light Succeed in showing the new world?

   L: Change the World (also known as Death Note III), directed by Hideo Nakata, is a spin-off film and a sequel to the Death Note film series. Kenichi Matsuyama reprises his role as L from the previous Death Note films. The film chronicles the final 23 days of L's life, as he solves one final case involving a bioterrorist group that aims to wipe out much of humanity with a virus with one hundred times the infection rate of Ebola. He takes a boy he names Near, the sole survivor of its use in a village in Thailand, and an elementary schooler named Maki Nikaido under his wing...

   Bruce Lee, My Brother (aka Young Bruce Lee) is a 2010 Hong Kong biographical martial arts drama film based on the life of Bruce Lee in his teenage years to part of his adult years.

   This new version of The Spirit of the Sword departs from the original novel by revolving around Japanese swordsman Bai Yi Ren, offering a new perspective on the story. Tse stars as a young swordsman who travels to the Middle Kingdom in search of seven mythical swords to fulfill his father's dying wishes. Though he has no intentions of causing trouble, his quest unwittingly brings him into conflict with the martial arts world as he gets pulled into mysterious conspiracies and a dangerous clash with his stepbrother...

   Bangkok Knockout is a 2010 Thai martial arts film. A group of martial arts students are enjoying a reunion party, but they all get roofied. When they wake up, some of their friends have been kidnapped and they soon find a group of assassins coming after them. The only way to survive is to fight their way out...

   Detective K tells about the adventures of Joseon's top detective (Kim Myeong-min) as he investigates, as ordered by the King, a series of mysterious murders that is plaguing the country. During his secret mission, he meets Han Seo Pil (Oh Dal-soo) who eventually becomes his sidekick, and Han Gaek Ju (Han Ji-min), an influential business woman who is a key figure in the case. As they dig deeper into the mystery, they uncover disturbing secrets that link the murders to a massive conspiracy that will shake the whole nation of Joseon...

   In the 11th year of Kwang Hae-gun, Jo-seon soldiers go to war with China after an invasion. In the middle of Manchu, three people who have barely survived are being cornered by the Chinese forces, and begin a bloody battle not with their enemies but with their friends...

   The film tells a story of two outstanding military men competing for the position of division commander. They go through misunderstandings and life-threatening moments before finally coming to a common understanding. Eventually they pull together and complete the air force exercise perfectly...

   Female Crime Boss is a Vietnamese movie, directed by young director Le Hoang. Two poor sisters (played by top list models My Duyen and Bang Lang), living in a slum area in Ho Chi Minh City, have found a malicious way to get money, usually by acting disabled. At one scene, they manage to trick a guy and put him to sleep and stole all his belongings, which included money. The sisters decided to go out to this fancy restaurant, and soon, met a young owner. The younger sister eventually fall in love with the young owner, even though the two sisters decided to kidnap him for ransom. However, in the end of the movie, karma happened to one of the sisters.

   Trinh (Ngo) is a mercenary forced to complete a series of missions in order to save her kidnapped daughter. She enlists the aid of several other mercenaries, including Quan (Nguyen), a man she becomes romantically involved with. Trinh and Quan's relationship becomes complicated as it becomes evident that their motives are not the same.

   Actresses is a South Korean film directed by E J-yong. Six actresses - Yoon Yeo-jeong, Lee Mi-sook, Ko Hyeon-jeong, Choi Ji-woo, Kim Min-hee and Kim Ok-bin, each portraying themselves-come together for a Vogue magazine photo shoot on Christmas Eve, resulting in a clash of egos between individuals not used to sharing the limelight.

   This gangster comedy chronicles the White Tiger Family of Jeolla Province. Hong Deok-ja, head of the crime family, quits the syndicate to open a kimchi business after her son marries a prosecutor. She is pulled back into the crime family when the familiar member of the rival Axe Gang is released from prison and seeks revenge upon the White Tiger Family.

   Park Eun Woo (Lee Dong Wook) worked as a doctor in a clinic in Hanoi where he fell in love with a Vietnamese girl Ly Thi Vu (Kim Ok Bin). Due to the sudden death of his father, he had to return to Korea in a hurry but the message wasn't related to Ly Thi Vu. His elder brother Park Sok Woo (Lee Won Jong) who worked as a farmer in the field was hard pressed by his mother to go to Vietnam to find a wife and he ended up bringing Ly Thi Vu to Korea with the intention to marry her...

   The sudden death of the young Shunzhi Emperor (Sunny Chan) shocked the whole kingdom. The second prince, Fuquan (Kenneth Ma), was originally the successor for the throne, but Empress Dowager Xiaozhuang (Ching) changed the successor to the third prince, Xuanye, who subsequently becomes the Kangxi Emperor (Chan). Angry with this, Fuquan dispatches a spy, Nip Dor-po (Steven Ma), and instructs him to gain Kangxi's trust///

   A bittersweet success story of a man whose wife does everything she can to help her husband get a leg up in society so that she can also reap the rewards from his success and become a glamorous housewife. But what is the real reason that drives her and her female friends to obsess about success?

   "Pasta" covers the dreams and success of a young woman who aspires to become an elite chef at La Sfera restaurant.

   After successfully finishing his college years in the United States at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Yoon-Sung returns to South Korea to fulfill his step-father's plan for revenge. He enters the Blue House (South Korean presidential palace) as an IT expert under the National Communication Network Team. In Chung Hwa Dae, he meets bodyguard Kim Na-na (Park Min Young). The story of love and revenge begins. Eventually the bodyguard Kim Na-na, helps him to take revenge, as they discover that they have the same goal in mind. So both of them start working together but problems occur during their revenge plot. A big shocking twist occurs as the truth unveils...

   Go Mi Nyu is a sister-in-training. Her twin brother Go Mi Nam successfully auditions for the musical band A.N.JELL but is forced to leave for the United States to correct a botched plastic surgery. Mi Nyu is approached by Mi Nam's manager to pose as Mi Nam while he recovers. She is against it at first but agrees in order to fulfill her dream of finding their mother. Now, posing as Mi Nam, Mi Nyu enters the group A.N.JELL and meets its members: Hwang Tae Kyung, Kang Shin Woo and Jeremy.