A deranged swordsman travels the land taking on all comers and defeats them all with ease. News of these vile fights travels fast, and before long two other students of the sword are dispatched to rein him in.
The Magnificent Monk is a Hong Kong Martial Arts movie
A crazy swordsman is on the loose, wreaking havoc and devastation in his wake. Before long a beautiful swordswoman is deployed to put an end to his vile antics.
An undercover marshal wants to arrest famous bandit Kao Pao Tien, and he wants his daughter to help him find the castle where the bandit lives. He mistakes a young lady for Kao Pao Tien's daughter and saves her life while she is in an inn where she met her father's friend, who was Kao Pao Tien's man. She discovers that Kao Pao Tien was her mother's brother-in-law and that he tried to rape her once when he was drunk. He fought with the young lady's father and hurt her mother with a poisoned dart. During the 18 following years, the lady's father trained her to fight in order that she takes revenge for her mother's death.
The Petite Wife
Qing hai duan chang ren
Li Tsui-Ying (Pai Hung), the Best Secret Agent, disguises herself as a train conductor to assist Changjiang guerrilla leader Chiang Hsiao-Tien (Wu Chia-Chi) to evade the patrol of Japanese troops. Li adopts the pseudonym of White Peony in her Peking opera performance for the puppet government president, Han Zhaogui. Chiang discovers that his former lover Liu Feng has become Han's wife, but he finds that Liu still loves him and keeps their love token golden pheasant heart. White Peony would like to destroy the Japanese army’s project of building a secret airport. However, when she rescues Chiang from Han’s secretary, Ma Zuo-wen during an attack of Han in the cinema, White Peony falls in love with Chiang, without knowing that Chiang’s lover is Liu. In a final duel between White Peony vs Ma and Han, she realises how much Chiang loves Liu. She returns the golden pheasant heart that Ma took away from Liu to the lovers. The next day when Liu wakes up, White Peony has gone.
On Mount Hehuan
Snow Maid spends years practicing kung fu under the guidance of Ugly Maid in the mountains. All she has on her mind in these years is to avenge her mother’s death. Nevertheless, after she bids farewell to her master and leaves the mountains, she unexpectedly falls in love with her enemy’s son. As they both conceal their true identities and misunderstanding keeps accumulating, how will this romance end?
Taiwanese monster movie
Part of Golden Horse's 100 Greatest Chinese-Language Films.
Centers around gambling problems and both good and evil spirits.
A detective writer and his girlfriend are involved in a mysterious case when he watches at his neighbor's house.
Hsiao-yueh and her widowed father receive a flock of genetically-improved ducks from the state agricultural council to participate in a breeding experiment.
A young boy witnesses his mother’s cheating ways and, after the death of his sick father, grows to despise her. When he’s adopted by another family, the road to reconciliation proves achingly difficult.
Have no other info than it was part of Golden Horse's 100 Greatest Chinese-Language Films.
Three years had passed since Ichiro Takeo left Japan. He was a young physician with a promising future, until his medical error caused the death of a big-shot politician. He was discharged from the hospital and had since sailed around the world as an on-board doctor. As he was about to reach the Taiwanese piers of Kinmon Island, thoughts of his days in Japan crossed his mind - he reminisced about the Taiwanese girl, Yan, who had scooped him out of his misery during the time of the medical accident. At times of war, the two rekindle an old flame.
An anti-communist propaganda film by CMPC
Taiwanese huangmei opera film.
Hong Kong comedy directed by Li Han-Hsiang.
Peigang, his family's only son for three generations running, is to be executed on account of larceny, but not without the intervention of his grandmother.
Winner of the Golden Horse Best Feature Film Award in 1967.
A musical set in Taiwan produced by the Shaw Brothers
The story centers on the passionate and turbulent romance between a tea-picker girl, Yu Lan, and a fisherman, Chun Yang.Complications soon arise when a love rival, Hu San Bao, appears.
A swordsman uses a specialized weapon made from a deformed sword, the lethal hook, to fight an underworld clan to clear his family name and save the girl he loves in ancient China.
A comical look at the preparations and anxiety associated with marriage. As a young man searches for his ideal mate, he reflects upon this madness and has second thoughts about matrimony.