Update : Spring 2006
After an absence on my part since the Fall of 2005, exasperated by Omini TV’s changing of url (while keeping the old page up!), I’m back.
Omini’s 2 listing are ok for a quick advance glance over at Super Cinema. All Movies run on Saturday’s at 9:00 PM and go for 2 hours till 11:00 PM. Most films are Cantonese with English subtitles, although not all of the Korean, Mandarin language film include English as well as Chinese subtitles. They have marking some of them with footnote “Korean Movie With Chinese Subtitles And Lip Sync in Cantonese”.
Drink, Drank, Drunk
Romantic Comedy, 2005
Miriam Yeung Chin-Wah, Daniel Wu;
Saw this in the Fall (September?) and it is a surprisingly good and enjoyable movie, with Miriam Yeung as a HK beer girl.
I Love How You Love Me
Taiwanese (?) Romantic Comedy 2005
Jimmy Lin, Hsu Ambrose, Yang Kung Ru, Liu Yi Fei; director: Chu Yan Ping
Oh! Soo-jeong (Virgin Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors)
Korean Romance, 2000 (NOT 2005, as claimed by Omini tv) –
Lee Eun-joo, Jeong Bo-seok, Moon Seong-geun; director: Hong Sang Soo.
Based on the review on Koreanfilm.org, it sounds interesting, but we may not have any English subtitles.
Bug Me Not!
Isabella Leong (Leung Lok-Si), Wilson Chen Bo-Lin, Kenny Kwan Chi-Bun, Steven Cheung Chi-Hung, Gillian Chung Yun-Tung, Charlene Choi Cheuk-Yin
A CGI Comedy vehicle for various Cantonese pop stars (including the “Twins”). Prepare for sugar shock! Isabella Leong did get a 42nd Golden Horse Awards Nomination for Best New Performer.
Leo Koo Kui Kei, Angela Chang (Chiu Ham), Ren Quan (Yan Cheun)
Stars Hong Kong’s super star Leo Koo, Taiwanese Angela Chang, and from Mainland China Ren Quan.
Please Teach Me English (Yeong-eo-wan-jeon-jeong-bok)
Korean Romance, 2003
Jang Hyeok, Lee Na-young, Nah Moon-hee, Kim In-moon, Kim Yong-geon, Jeong Sang-hoon, Jeong Doo-hong (Cameo), Jeon Jae-hyeong.
Korean Film.org calls it “Goofy”, so you’ve been warned. And again we may or may not have any English subtitles.