I Just Didn’t Do It (2006) (Japanese)


Kaneko Teppei (Kase Ryo) heads off to a job interview one morning by subway. As he gets off the crowded commuter train, a high school girl accuses him of sexual harassment, and he is apprehended on the spot. At the police station, the police and his court-appointed attorney advise him to just confess, in which case he would be released after settling compensation with the victim. Teppei, however, emphatically denies the charges, refusing to give in when he is innocent. Held in detention, he begins a long and harrowing battle with the grueling court system. …

Year: 2006
Directed: Masayuki Suo
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 142 mins
Country: Japan
Subtitles:. English / Chinese
IMDB URL: http://imdb.com/title/tt0794350/

The Romantic President (2002) (Korean)


The story starts with Young-hee, who was being spoonfed by her attendants as she sat in her father’s limousine to school.

A scene showed Choi entering the class, disguised as a new student. Choi sat beside a girl as she acted blatantly and introduced herself as a transfer student. With the girl’s help, Choi identified the exceptional students, from the rebel to the most studious student and so on. Choi left the classroom shortly before the class started.

The students ran back to their seats as the principal introduced their new teacher. They were shocked when Choi, who had disguised herself as a transfer student earlier on, was their new teacher.

Title: Piano Chineun Daetongryeong
AKA: The Romantic President
Year: 2002
Directed: Jeon Man-Bae
Genre: Drama/Comedy
Runtime: 93 Minutes
Country: Korea
Language: Korean
Subtitles: English (Soft)

To Live (China | Hong Kong) 1994

To live

“To Live”
Release Date: 1994
Genre: Drama
AKA: Huozhe

Director: Yimou Zhang

Actors: You Ge, Li Gong, Ben Niu, Yan Su, Zhang Lu


– Set against four decades of Chinese political turmoil, -To Live- follows the lives of one couple as they struggle to survive their own changing status within the upheaval. As the years go by, bringing bizarre twists, tragic losses and profound hope; This family persevere, striving to reach a calm within the storm so they can do the one thing they’ve always wanted: To Live.

Vid-Codec: XVID
Resolution: 640×352
Frame Rate: 23.98 fps
Aud-Codec: Mpga(128kb/s)
Duration: 2:12:20
Subtitles: English(Hard)

Nowhere to Hide (Korean) 1999


Description from LoveHkFilm.com:

Lee Myung-sae has been called the “Korean Wong Kar-wai” for his visual creativity, irreverent genre deconstruction and unconventional narratives. Here he steps out of the romantic comedy genre and creates this exciting, visually stunning exercise in style. It revived Park Joong-hoon’s career, and gave hope to those who want something more than another Heroic Bloodshed clone or the umpteenth Young and Dangerous spin-off.

For years, reality wasn’t marketable for action movies. Directors were more interested in showing unrealistic icons or glamorizing young delinquents. That’s until Lee Myung-sae entered the arena with Nowhere To Hide, and it became the fourth most watched film of the year in Korea. Soon, the film was met with acclaim from Festivals all over the World, and a US and European release followed.

Nowhere To Hide shows what other action movies are afraid to: real life. Cops aren’t any better (or worse) than criminals, and they don’t necessarily have heroic values behind their actions. It’s just a job which mostly consists of waiting, waiting and waiting some more. Lee explores the full range of cop emotions with this film, from adrenaline rushes to “boring” stakeouts, and from intense, wacky anime-like fights, to cops and criminals eating ramen noodles together.

Directed by: Lee Myung-sae

Cast: Park Jung-hoon, Ahn Sung-ki, Jang Dong-gun, Choi Ji-woo

County………South Korea
Video……….1266Kbps XviD
Audio……….384Kbps AC3
Frame rate…..23Fps
Subtitles……English .srt

Bullet and Brain (Hong Kong) 2007


Description :

Amidst the gunfights and bloodshed in a city of sin, there lived two legendary figures, known only as Bullet and Brain. Bullet, as the name suggests, is the sharpest shooter the city has ever seen and can take someone out with a pistol in less than a tenth of a second. Brain, on the other hand, is a calculated genius with excellent problem-solving skills, not to mention some cool gadgetry. These two men are called into action again when an old score involving a little girl needs to be settled.

Starring : Eric Tsang, Alex Fong, Anthony Wong, Francis Ng
Subtitles:…………… English Softsubs(.srt, .idx, .sub)
Release Date : 1st November 2007
Country : Hong Kong
Language : Cantonese
Subtitle : N/A
Running Time : 94 mins
Genre : Action, Comedy, Crime
Director : KwokMan Keung
Local Distributor : Ram Entertainment

Rising Son: The Legend of Skateboarder Christian Hosoi (2006)


How a Japanese kid transformed the skating industry!
The rise, fall, and rebirth of Christian Hosoi, the young man who helped skateboarding re-emerge as a major cultural influence in the 1980s. The inventive skater and businessman was incarcerated in 2000 for trafficking controlled substances across state lines, and since his parole in 2004, the Born-Again Christian has dedicated his life to being a good father and positive influence on the sport.

Jay Adams … Himself – Zephyr Team
Tony Alva … Himself – Zephyr Team (also archive footage)
David Arquette … Himself
Eric ‘Tuma’ Britton … Himself – Pro Skater
Steve Caballero … Himself – Pro Skater (archive footage)
Kareem Campbell … Himself
Don Cassel … Himself
Sandro Dias … Himself
Herbie Fletcher … Himself – Surfer
Ray Flores … Himself – Skateboard Historian
Grant Fukuda … Himself
Pierre-Luc Gagnon … Himself – Pro Skater (as Pierre Luc Gagnon)
Jim Ganzer … Himself – Artist
Brad Gerlach … Himself – Surfer
Jeff Grosso … Himself – Pro Skater
Tony Hawk … Himself
Dennis Hopper … Narrator
Christian Hosoi … Himself (also archive footage)
Eric Koston … Himself
Shogo Kubo … Himself – Zephyr Team
Danny Kwock … Himself – Quicksilver
Jason Lee … Himself
Mike McGill … Himself – Pro Skater (archive footage)
Colin McKay … Himself
Lance Mountain … Himself – Pro Skater (also archive footage)
Jim Muir … Himself
Chad Muska … Himself – Pro Skater
Javier Nunez … Himself
Steve Olson … Himself – Pro Skater
Scott Oster … Himself – Pro Skater
Chris Pastras … Himself – Pro Skater
Brian Patch … Himself – Pro Skater
Max Perlich … Himself
Louanna Rawls … Herself – Stylist
Red Hot Chili Peppers … Themselves (archive footage) (as The Red Hot Chili Peppers)
Mickey Reyes … Himself
Josh Richman … Himself
Robert Rusler … Himself
Kelly Slater … Himself – Surfer
Craig Stecyk … Himself – Photographer (also archive footage)
Kevin Thatcher … Himself
Tony Trujillo … Himself
Sergie Ventura … Himself – Pro Skater (also archive footage)
Fausto Vitello … Himself – Independent Trucks (also archive footage)
Danny Way … Himself – Pro Skater