Andy Lau Tak-wah, better known as Andy Lau, in the entertainment industry is a Hong Kong singer, actor and producer who entered the Guinness Book of World Records for the Most Awarded Cantopop Male Artist. He is best known for his role in the movie ‘Saving Mr. Wu’ (2015). His other highly rated performances include his role as Tide in ‘Days of Being Wild’ (1990), Lau Kin Ming in ‘Internal Affairs’ (2002), Leo in ‘House of Flying Daggers’ (2004) and Roger in ‘A Simple Life’ (2012). His movies ‘What Woman Want’ (2011) and ‘The Beginning of a Great Revival’ (2011) both turned out to be box office disasters in the same year.
Lau established his own production company called Teamwork Motion Pictures which was later renamed Focus Group Holdings Limited. His award winning films include ‘Made in Hong Kong’ (1998), ‘Running out of Time’ (2000), ‘A Fighter’s Blues’ (2001) and ‘Lost and Love’ (2015).
Jui Kuen II is a Hong-Kong action comedy film, which tells the story of Wong Fei-Hung, a martial artist, who wants to respect his pacifist father’s wishes, but at the same time, he has to stop a group of smugglers from stealing ancient Chinese artifacts.
This action war drama film takes us to China, which is torn apart by civil war. During this time, General Qingyan, whose army is slaughtered, joins forces with two bandit leaders and decides to get the country free of all rebels once and for all.
After ambushing and killing his rival, a warlord decides to head towards a Shaolin monastery seeking salvation, as he has lost everything in the process.
European mercenaries, Irishman William Garin and Spaniard Pero Tovar, reach China during the reign of the Song dynasty, to find the secret to gunpowder. Their lives are changed when they discover that the Great Wall is built to stop an alien race of monsters called Tao Tei from capturing China.