Disney+ may be better known for its original works like the recently released live-action film Pinocchio and a new animated series Cars On The Road. But the streaming platform has been quietly adding a variety of Asian shows to cater to a broader audience.
From Singapore films to Taiwanese movies, Disney+ has been slowly but surely expanding its library. Every once in a while, you’ll find something new in its “Asian Spotlight” category. Regrettably, though, its search function still needs to be improved for its Asian offerings to be better discovered.
For now, we’ve filtered out the shows so you didn’t need to. Apart from these Hong Kong films, you can also find these seven movies that star Louis Koo on Disney+.
Luk and Ching work on a Customs corruption case that is linked to King, the leader of an international human trafficking group. Emma Pong, the Chief Justice of Southeast Asia, is also involved. Luk and Ching, together with Chief Inspector Lau Po-Keung, work to bring King to justice.
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Liu Yue Ping reports to the ICAC about a rich 2G Cao Yuen Yuen who bribed officers of the Hong Kong Correctional Service from inside the prison. William Luk decides to infiltrate the prison as an inmate to conduct his investigation, while his partner Ching Tak Ming and Chief Inspector Lau Po Keung back him up from the outside. Danger springs from all directions inside the prison, but with the help of a slick cell mate Wong Lam Luk, William Luk is determined to complete his mission.
Independent Commission Against Corruption Investigator William Luk and Joint Financial Intelligence Unit Chief Inspector Lau Po-keung both hit a dead end in their investigation of a bribery and money laundering case.
In the quadripartite drug market in Hong Kong, Dizang gradually expands his power across the border. Meanwhile, a chain of dog-eat-dog events shock and bring the whole trade on high alert. Tin, now a financial tycoon, offers a bounty to eliminate the number one drug dealer.
When Superintendent Yip and Chief Inspector Ching detain a journalist who was so close to decoding a child-abducting terrorist group's infiltration activities, the case is soon reassigned to Superintendent Cheng. With suspicions of corruption rising in the police force, the three officers are determined to find the culprit among them in this double-agent, cat-and-mouse thriller.
Gazer Man Nip Fun (Louis Koo) who can shoot electric currents with his eyes, and Aroma Woman Siu-hung (Sandra Ng) who can overwhelm enemies with fragrance, are extremely tired of all the fighting and killing. After they get married, they retire to live in a secluded Rainbow Village on a small southern island, living boring lives.
But, once a hero, always a hero. While living in seclusion for several years, they use their martial arts skills only on household chores. The ordinary lifestyle of ordinary people gets insanely boring for them. Just as they are getting too restless to bear, they hear the new martial arts convention will be held at Rainbow Village. Already itching to fight, the magical heroes begin to practice, in order to leave retirement and join the fun!
Anita Mui, the "Queen of Cantopop," was a cultural icon in Hong Kong during its heyday in the 1980s and 1990s. Mui's musical career began at an amusement park when she was just four years old. As "The Daughter of Hong Kong," she was a source of inspiration and a role model for generations of young women in the city. The story begins with Anita Mui's farewell concert, as it looks back on her life and legacy.
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See also: Anita (Director’s Cut) (2022)