Hot on the heels of Shaolin Soccer, Kung Fu Dunk is a dazzling collision of hi-impact martial arts and red-hot sports action from the action-director of Hero and House of the Flying Daggers.Orphaned from birth, Jay (Jay Chow) is raised in a martial arts school, and becomes a prodigious master in the ancient art of Kung Fu. When he is expelled for overshadowing his teachers in an epic bone-crunching showdown, he hits the streets in search of a new challenge.Adopted by a local street-hustler (Eric Tsang), he soon discovers that lightning fast reflexes and a super-human eye are good for more than just fighting, and accepts the challenge to play for the college basketball team in exchange for information that may lead to his long-lost family.After a dazzling display of backboard-breaking slam-dunks, alley-oops and gravity-defying circus-shots, he quickly becomes the team’s new star-player. Now, with one eye on the championships and the other on girl of his dreams, he must call upon all his training to survive a headlong race to the finals against a team whose trademark brutality is legendary. However, when most of his team-mates end up benched or broken, skill alone will not bring home the gold…A three-pointer of explosive kung fu, gymnastic basketball and crowd-pleasing humour, Kung Fu Dunk delivers a high-velocity, hoop-tastic thrill-ride that will have you cheering for overtime!
Recognised as the inspiration for Stanley Kubrick's Full Metal Jacket, Boys of Company C is a high-end member of the cannon of classic battle-field movies and a frighteningly realistic critique of the pointlessness and corruption universally associated with the US/Vietnam war.Boys of Company C follows the lives of five naïve young Marine inductees from their training in boot camp through a tour in Vietnam that quickly devolves into a hellish nightmare. Disheartened by futile combat, appalled by the corruption of their South Vietnamese ally, and constantly endangered by the incompetence of their own company commander, the young men find a possible way out of the war. They are told that if they can defeat a rival soccer team, they can spend the rest of their tour playing exhibition games behind the lines. But as they might have predicted, nothing in Vietnam is as simple as it seems. Extras: Chapter Index Dolby Digital 5.1 audio track Dolby Digital 2.0 stereo audio track Original Theatrical Trailer Also Available Trailers