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Top 10 Hong Kong Classic Films

I believe that every post-80s and post-90s generation will have an old Hong Kong film with the deepest influence on themselves. It seems that it is difficult to define how Hong Kong films made in that era should rank. After all, there are so many wonderful films, which are all brilliant. The top ten Hong Kong classic films we have calculated are selected according to your preference. Let's have a look at the top ten Hong Kong classic old films.

10. The infernal way

Infernal Affairs is a 2002 Hong Kong crime thriller directed by Liu Weiqiang and Alan mak. The film is hailed as reviving the moribund state of many Hong Kong films seen as handed over. Infernal Affairs transcends its poor English title and portrays itself as a modern masterpiece of crime thrillers.

9. Best partner

Best partner is a 1982 Hong Kong comedy film directed by Zeng Zhiwei, who starred with Carl Maka. It's an incredibly old-fashioned movie, but it contains some real enjoyment. Hui and Maka have some good chemical reactions. There are also some good stunts, the frenzied pace is a clear bonus because it will never allow a joke to be flat without another five cars filling the gap.

8. Plan a

Plan a is a 1983 Hong Kong martial arts, action and comedy film directed by Jackie Chan. Jackie Chan guides himself and martial arts superstar Hong Jinbao in the movie. Chan served as the coast guard office in the 19th century, defending the Hong Kong border for smugglers and unwelcome people. The film's biggest gimmick is a tribute to the 1923 Harold Lloyd sequence, where Harold runs out of a chaser and ends up dangling from the hands of the belfry.

7. Sweet honey

Honey is a love story. It is a 1996 Hong Kong film directed by Miss Chen and starred by Maggie Cheung, liming, Zhiwei Zeng and Gongru Yang. This film is not only a fascinating romantic story, but also a twinkling snapshot of Hong Kong, which captures the obvious anxiety and disorientation of the metropolis in the process of approaching profound historical change.

6. The soul of a beautiful girl

"The ghost of a beautiful girl" is a 1987 Hong Kong romantic horror film starring Zhang Guorong and Wang Zuxian. It is the representative of ghost film, almost the same type of other films can not surpass. The demonic world, the beautiful image of the female ghost Nie Xiaoqian and the romantic atmosphere of the whole movie have become the unique image lingering in the hearts of the audience.

5. The iron monkey of young Huang Feihong

"Iron Monkey of young Huang Feihong" is a 1993 Hong Kong martial arts film directed by Yuan Youping, starring Donnie Yen, Yu Rongguang and Jean Wang. The film tells the story of the childhood of Chinese folk hero Huang Feixiong and his father Wang Jiying, as well as their encounter with iron monkey.

4. The true story of a Fei

The true story of a Fei is a 1990 Hong Kong film directed by Wong Kar Wai, starring Cheung Kwok wing, Andy Lau and Maggie Cheung. It's a complex story of multiple characters dealing with desire and rejection. The film won many trophies in the Hong Kong Film Awards.

3. A journey to the West

"Journey to the west" is a 1995 Hong Kong fantasy comedy film directed by Liu Zhenwei, starring Zhou Xingchi, Wu Manda and LAN jieying. The film is adapted from the classic Chinese novel Journey to the West. It combines the elements of farce comedy and martial arts, and revolves around the central theme of love story.

2. JingWuMen

JingWuMen is a 1972 Hong Kong kung fu novel directed by Rowe, starring Bruce Lee. JingWuMen is one of Bruce Lee's most influential works. In the 1970s, the film launched the golden age of kung fu films.

1. The nature of a hero

"Heroes" is a 1986 Hong Kong crime film directed by John Woo, starring Chow Yun fat, Dillon and Cheung Kwok wing. The film had a profound impact on Hong Kong's film production industry, and later on internationally.