• Violent masked protester acting violent under the mask of anonymity. *surprised! not.* That's Hong Kong needs the anti-masked policy. Would those masked protesters acted that way if they are not anonymous and are being recorded. absolutely no.
  • A TV star in a closed mediocre entertainment industry found out she is just an extra/kalefare outside.
  • @tomtom I read somewhere that Ken also knows Sammi, as his wife or girlfriend (basically his other half) works in the same company as Sammi’s sister. Not sure how true that is but if IS true, then yea, threatening to call Sammi or her sister or whatnot might have been a viable option. But at the end of the day, it wasn’t his responsibility to prevent Andy and Jacqueline from having an affair. He already did the best he could given the circumstances....
  • While in the taxis Ken should have said very loudly so both Andy and Jacqueline hear clearly that he is going to call Sammi and that Andy is on the way back. That might have stopped what happened in the taxis this time. However, cheating have been happening and would continue to happen between those two.
  • >Nobody wants to learn martial arts these days anymore. You don't really need to be a martial artist to make good action movies. Look all those super hero action movies from Hollywood, you just need good script, actors, cinematography and settings. It is those combinations, and not the real martial artists, that make those movies fun and enjoyable.
  • >The 80s and 90s was definitely the golden era for HK for movies and pop culture. Im not even sure what happened to cause its decline. HK Movies/tv in the 80s and 90s were simple; settings wise, plots wise, actor skill wise and low budge. In spite of all that, HK films/tv flourished simply because of lack of competition. These days, with much more competitions and audiences are more sophisticated, same boring plots, over used actors, boring settings just won't do it anymore; so HK movies/tv are failing. Will HK be able to recapture the golden era like the past? Not likely. Will HK be able to stop the decline? Sure, but it will a lot of change and money.
  • Hummingbird Music, like most Hong Kong business, only have the capacity look for short monetary gain instead of long term growth and development. Really hope GEM will find a better management agency to continue her future growth. She does have talent.
  • But isn't this how a free and capitalist society works? If these actors/actress are not working or contributing to the company then their pay would obviously be decreased. If these actors/actress doesn't agrees on their paid then they can always go find works somewhere else. Nobody forces them to work with TVB.
  • "With their blessings, we have also selected an auspicious date and will be holding a wedding banquet on February 27. We hope to celebrate our marriage with family and friends." What so special about Feb 27 in the Christian faith that it is considered to be "an auspicious date" for this to marrying Christians? congrats.
  • First, HK, including TVB, doesn't have the acting talents, finances and movie production capacities to produce any global hit movies. This is about the same with Korean movies; Garbage in, Garbage out, shallow and unmemorable actors/actress, and predictable and uncreative plots. Second, Warner Bro is not here to give a helping hand, it is here to make money. And the money is at mainland China with its movie goers, and not HK. However, this cooperation will benefit all parties, including some HK talents.
  • @cuckoo I think Liying belongs to the more new, modern and open actress; like the ones around the world and not the conservative HK ones.
  • @flakpanzer40 First, congrats to Fan BB for her hard work and dedications to get to where she is today. and Flakpanzer, maybe it it time for you and your pals to start another occupy protest in hk again? lol
  • @msxie0714 Transformer did well in many countries for many reasons and just as The Crossing I and II failed for many reasons. Right or wrong, some critics even said TC is somewhat similar to The Titanics, but The Titanics was a great movie and did very well in China and other countries. Lastly, your assumption and generalization of the Chinese in China are monolithic and only watch certain type of movies are plainly wrong.
  • It failed because it wasn't entertaining, thought-provoking, well-scripted, interesting or fun to watch. To some movie watchers, it might be a good movie because it have few/some good shots, or few good crying scene. To investors, it definitely was a bad failure. To general movie goers, and according to the box office numbers, it definitely failed.
  • in any case, failed movie , failed.
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