Update for Septebmer 2005: new listing at the new url :Saturday Night Hong Kong Films in Toronto (Omini TV ) Fall 2005
Omni TV 2 Listing for the next 12 Movies for March, April and May are now up for what they call “Super Cinema Night”. All Movies run on Saturday’s at 9:00 PM and go for 2 hours till 11:00 PM.
Update: April 9th, the inserted the The 24th Hong Kong Film Awards into their schedule, like we wouldn’t notice! I’ll adjust things later….done.
OMINI TV is to be congratulated for improving the quality of their listings; they now (finally) include a thumbnail image and a brief description of the movie.
Giving viewers information about Cast and Crew is still to difficult for most of the movies. Update: They Now have the core cast info!
sorry for the delays in getting this up. I hate formatting issues!
|Musa The Warrior (2001) -Korean Action/ Drama (no english subtitles for me!)|
|Set in 14th centary China, a delegation of Korean diplomats face many problems in trying to fulfill their mission between the oler Yyuan dynasty and new Ming dynasty.|
|Cast:Jung Woo-Sung, Zhang Ziyi, Yu Rong-Guang, Joo Jin-Mo, Ahn Sung-Gi|
|The Attractive One (2004) – Hong Kong romantic goof ball comedy. Moves a little slowly, very sweet and silly but with it’s heart it the right place. ; Want happens when a girl grows a moustache?|
|Cast: , Joey Yung Tso-Yi, Chapman To Man-Chat, Yumiko Cheng Hei-Yi, Jia Zong-Chao, Sophie Huang, Wang Yiyi, Lee Fung, Hyper BB, Hayama Go, Charlene Choi Cheuk-Yin (one half Twins cameo)|
|Dream Of A Warrior (2001) – Korea Drama (84 minutes long) with elements of Science Fiction|
Leon Lai Ming, Lee Na-Young, Park Eun-Hye, Yoon Tae-Young, Kim Ji-Moo
|Yesterday Once More (2004) – Romantic Drama|
|Normally the pairing of Andy Lau and Sammi Cheng would mean a good time but I found it slow to boring. Very Disapointed|
|Cast: Andy Lau Tak-Wah, Sammi Cheng Sau-Man, Jenny Hu, Carl Ng Ka-Lung, Gordon Lam Ka-Tung, Hui Siu-Hung, Chun Wong, Lin Chun|
| April 9th,
they inserted the The 24th Hong Kong Film Awards
|Phantom The Submarine (1999) – Korean Action|
|This Korean thriller takes place aboard the Phantom, a Sierra-class nuclear submarine. Sent on a peaceful mission to monitor Japanese subs, the crew is taken by surprise when the submarine’s commander takes over the ship with the intention of attacking Japan. Determined to prevent a full-scale nuclear war, the crew must figure out how to stop their rogue commander.|
|Cast : Choi Min-Su, Jeong Wu-Seong, Yun Ju-Sang, Son Byeong-Ho, Go Dong-Up, Han Ban-Do, Park Gil-Su, Seol Gyeong-Gu, Jeong Eun-Pyo|
|Escape From Hong Kong Island (2004) – Comedy|
|Stock trader attempts to cross Victoria Harbour and who gets handed a day from Hell in a satirical comedy.|
|Cast: Jordan Chan Siu-Chun, Chapman To Man-Chat, Paul Wong Koon-Chung, Steve Wong Ka-Keung, and more..|
|Too Young To Die (Jukeodo Joha) (2001) – Korean Romance|
|A man and woman in their early seventies meet, fall in love, and rediscover sex. They tease and learn from each other, argue over trivial matters, and make love over and over again, just like a couple in their twenties. Based on a true story.|
|Cast : Sun-ye Lee, Chi-gyu Park|
|The White Dragon (2004) – Costume Action/Comedy|
|looks good. House of the Flying Daggers with a sense of humour?|
|Cast : Cecilia Cheung Pak-Chi, Francis Ng Chun-Yu, Andy On Chi-Kit, Shuet Nei, Hui Siu-Hung, Siu Yee, Liu Lei, Huang Xiao-Xu, Tang Jin-Fung|
|Crazy First Love (2003) – Korean Romantic Comedy|
|Tae-il is a problem child with a IQ of 148, but he’s only interested in marrying his first love Il-mae. Young-Dal, Il-mae’s father openly declares that he would allow Tae-il to marry his daughter if he could be admitted to the Law School of Seoul National University and pass the Judicial Examination. From then on, Tae-il’s ultimate missions are to study and protect Il-mae from all the sleazeballs who approach her!|
|Cast: Cha Tae-Hyeon, Son Ye-Jin, Yu Dong-Geun|
|Leave Me Alone (2004) – Drama|
|Twin Brothers exchange Lives in Hong Kong and Thailand. One is Gay, One is Straight. Hilarity ensures. Acutally better than it sounds.|
|Cast: Ekin Cheng Yee-Kin, Charlene Choi Cheuk-Yin, Dayo Wong Chi-Wah, Jan Lam Hoi-Fung, Kenny Bee, Lawrence Chou Chun-Wai|
|recently added: May 28|
|CHRISTMAS IN AUGUST (KOREAN WITH CHINESE SUBTITLES OR LIP-SYNC)|
|6 AM (2004) – Comedy|
|Bowl (Kenny Kwan) and Noodle (Steven Cheung), otherwise known as the BOY’Z, are best buds who get into a predicament that only happens in the Movies, including, most important of all, a Twins cameo (Charlene Choi and Gillian Chung)|
|Cast: Kenny Kwan Chi-Bun, Steven Cheung Chi-Hung, Katie Kwok Sin-Hung, Ray Lui Leung-Wai, Cheung Tat-Ming, Tats Lau Yi-Tat, Chan Wai-Man, Law Kar-Ying, Wu Feng, Lau Shun, Yau Yuet-Ching, Roderick Lam Chung-Kei, Bonnie Wong Man-Wai, Charlene Choi Cheuk-Yin, Gillian Chung Yun-Tung, Jeff Lau Chun-Wai|